A week is not enough…

posted on 6 May 2019 in Chinglish, Menus

A snake a day prevents dry month.

Photo courtesy of Dennis Park.
Supposed to be “Mouth Watering Snacks”.

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  1. Droll not Troll | 4:07 am |

    Strange way to spell Motherf***ing.

  2. Droll not Troll | 4:10 am |

    I’ve had it with these mouth watering snakes on this mouth watering plane!

  3. Droll not Troll | 4:12 am |

    *Month, not mouth.

  4. Droll not Troll | 4:16 am |

    Does a month watering snakes make my asp look big?

  5. Droll not Troll | 4:18 am |

    After watering my snake I usually viper dry.

  6. Droll not Troll | 4:29 am |

    They stopped making the stewed chicken feed; there’s not enough money in it.

  7. Marum | 4:47 am |

    Mmmm. File Snakes, and Water Lily Bulbs. Standard fare for the coastal Bandjaung people of the Northern Rivers area, when they wanted a change from fish and shellfish.

    The were usually found in the coastal Wallum Country swamps, about a mile inland from the ocean. Most of those swamps no longer exist on the Gold Coast. (Filled in for houses)

    Two ways to cook them.
    1. Skin them, dip them in flour, and cook them in hot peanut or olive oil.

    2. Coat them in clay, and roast them in the coals of a fire. Removing the clay skins them. (traditional way)

  8. Marum | 4:48 am |

    Trouser Snakes, on Fridays.

  9. Marum | 4:58 am |

    I went with one of the blokes from Tassie branch, to the Yum Cha on Sunday morning, in Little Bourke Street in Melbourne.

    I intercepted the little Chinese lass (waitress) and asked what she had in the serving dish. She replied. “Chickens feet.” I requested some. She asked if I knew what I was doing. Being “a round-eye” she did not believe I would eat them. So every now and then I would see her peeking at me, to see if I really was eating them.

  10. Algernon | 5:03 am |

    How many snakes do you want

  11. Algernon | 5:03 am |

    It’s got a bite

  12. Marum | 5:33 am |

    @Algernon 0503.
    One at time she said. Just don’t start before me.

  13. Marum | 5:44 am |

    I spent a whole month watering the snakes, and not one of them floured.
    But several of them got hissed

  14. Marum | 5:47 am |

    I left the waterig of the snake to my lady.
    She liked to see it glow.

  15. Droll not Troll | 6:44 am |

    @Marum 0448: Friday is “hump” day now?

  16. Droll not Troll | 6:53 am |

    It’s a Monthy Python sketch.

  17. Marum | 2:44 am |

    For they who may have a vague interest in the original people of the Gold Coast, Northern Rivers area. (My mob)

    Ergo: TRADITIONAL COUNTRY
    The Bundjalung language was spoken in an area that included the north-east corner of New South Wales and the south-eastern corner of Queensland. This area stretches from Grafton on the Clarence River in the south, to the Logan River in the north and inland as far as the Great Dividing Range at Tenterfield and Warwick. It includes the regional centres of Lismore, Casino, Kyogle, Woodenbong, Byron Bay, Ballina, Coolangatta-Tweed Heads, Murwillumbah, the Gold Coast, Beaudesert and Warwick.

    Wasn’t some beaut country given them to be custodians of, by their Gods?

  18. Marum | 2:55 am |

    BTW Southport (Gold Coast) was my birthplace. I identify closely with most of the northern places in that area.
    Unfortunately they are now so commercialised, that there is little pleasure to be had, in watching the sun rise out of the ocean, or to sit on a rock all night, contemplating the ocean. The spirit has been driven out – possibly for good. (bad)

  19. Peter Chan | 1:50 pm |

    Finally it bears the snakefruit

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