Jinx! But on the swordfish-stabbing-sharks thread. (Does that count as a jinx?)
I’m confused, can you go slower
I wish they had tried harder to find out who called the cops.
We have a right to know who was the leeker.
I think this story has many layers that we will have to peel back one at a time.
So that’s what that vegetable is called in English. Good to know.
(Linked comment started a subthread arguing about the distinctions between leeks, green onions, and shiro negi.)
Lol I love this forum. Thank you for the link! Now I just gotta figure out why Asian Americans think I’m asking for ginger when I say galangal.
Bloody hell…I send you to the market to fetch a bag of machetes and you come home with bloody leeks. I’m fed up. Last week you swapped our cow for “magic beans”. Where’s it gonna end Jack?
If on the way home you get viciously attacked by a homicidal maniac wielding a Jerusalem artichoke, Don’t Come Crying to Me.
These days, I’d expect that a machete maniac wouldn’t be wearing a mask.
Thanks, everyone, this thread has made my day! I am, quite literally, wiping tears from my eyes, through laughing, not because of onions I hasten to add…
Well, it WAS Aberdeen. They have probably never seen a fresh vegetable there.
I bet anyone could walk the streets there carrying a black pudding aka Ecky Thump!
Battered and deep fried of course
Pfui! Leeks are nothing against the great British rolled newspaper! These lumps on my head could tell a tale!
(Aw, man. My gifs aren’t working…)
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