The Saints Playoff chance (1 Viewer)

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Nov 28, 2006
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I know all of you think the saints are gonna make the playoffs but im thinking otherwise.
You obviously don't know anything Blake Allen from Slidell Louisiana
How about a big, tall glass of shut the *** up.

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This thread is allsome.


parity :ezbill:

sorry, couldn't help it.

Freudian slip?

Only if it had been "panty"

Can anyone on this thread see my replies?

You mean this reply? ---^

this thread is 5 star quality

i can't see jacob's replies but i can see mine

now, that would have been nice. :_rofl:

This thread is useless without Tyrone...


I hate it when that happens!

Read this thread for the HOT Aviators!

Oh, and that gets me real excited!

Help! Has anyone seen CA_Saints_Fan? :shrug:


Hot aviators are useless without pics.

Recipe name:
fried yam puffs - epok-epok keladi

6 serving

Yam cut into small pieces 1 1/2 lb
Salt 1 ts
Msg 1 ts
Sugar (gula melaka preferred) 2 tb
Softened butter 2 tb
Tapioca flour 2 tb
Stuffing Ingredients
Prawns 4 oz
Meat, minced 4 oz
Onions chopped 3 sm
Frozen green peas 2 oz
Spring onion chopped 1
Mushrooms diced 2
Salt 1/2 ts
Msg 1/2 ts
Sugar 1 ts
Soy sauce 1/2 ts
Oyster sauce 1/2 ts
Cornflour in 3 T water 1/2 tb
Cooking oil 2 tb

Puff Ingredients
1. Steam yam until cooked. Remove and mash. Leave to cool.
2. Heat cooking oil in pan. Add prawns and meat and stir for 1 minute.
Add onions, spring onion and mushrooms and stir for another minute.
3. Add salt, msg, sugar, soya sauce, oyster sauce and cornflour mixture.
Stir well. Add in green peas and stir. Remove and cool.
4. Put puff ingredients in a bowl and mix well. Knead thoroughly. Divide
into 20-25 portions.
5. Roll each portion into a ball and flatten.
6. Put 1 t stuffing in centre of dough. Moisten edges, fold over and
7. Heat cooking oil for deep frying. Deep fry until golden brown. Serve


This pretty much sums it up for me.

Speaking of yams, without cheating and looking it up, anyone know the difference between a sweet potato and a yam, if any?

PS. Despite the ridicule, Dan Quayle probably has more practical daily influence on my life than any other vice president. I still remember to leave the "e" off potato, a mistake I would be easily tempted to make.

my g/f was the yambille queen so she fowarded me this explanation

Sweet Potatoes
Popular in the American South, these yellow or orange tubers are elongated with ends that taper to a point and are of two dominant types. The paler-skinned sweet potato has a thin, light yellow skin with pale yellow flesh which is not sweet and has a dry, crumbly texture similar to a white baking potato. The darker-skinned variety (which is most often called "yam" in error) has a thicker, dark orange to reddish skin with a vivid orange, sweet flesh and a moist texture.

The true yam is the tuber of a tropical vine (Dioscorea batatas) and is not even distantly related to the sweet potato.
Slowly becoming more common in US markets, the yam is a popular vegetable in Latin American and Caribbean markets, with over 150 varieties available worldwide.

Generally sweeter than than the sweet potato, this tuber can grow over seven feet in length.

Excellent. Bottom line, in the US, it is probably a sweet potato you are eating.

Yes. We are all tiny, tiny men. You could probably beat the entire board up. Here's to you, tough guy!

Speak for yourself. I am a freakin beast, even Ojo-like. :hihi:

Would a 7 foot Yam be OJO-Like?

I could be wrong, but I think sweet potatos also have more vitamins and minerals than yams. :shrug:

Btw, this thread is useless without the Ruby Tuesday sign!


I've been saying this for months.
I cant believe bclemms quoted me I feel honorerd now, and I agree ive been telling my wife the same thing for months
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