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In that case, i can see new kinds of advertising popping up:

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Oh, yes... The problem is where: on arms, legs, or... :lol:

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Laotian Pizzas were not forseen, I am afraid.. :lol: :lol: :idea:

Bye Fridger


Sorry Fridger, but what mean "laotian"? What are the ingredients? :roll:


Fenerit, If I'm not mistaken, the good doctor was simply referring to a
pizza made in Laos. You know, the country in South-East Asia? Oddly
enough though, you might be surprised to know that such things DO
actually exist. At least, the influences from the old Vietnam war brought
about a few changes to the local eating establishments. Don't know if they
STILL exist, but they did use to exist.

Amazing what you can learn on a Celestial Matters Forum ain't it? :lol:

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Hey hey, Bob....

you were close but NOT spot on ;-)
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If I'm not mistaken, the good doctor was simply referring to a pizza made in Laos.


You missed out another possible alternative: "Laotian pizzas" might e.g. be prepared by a loving wife from Laos outside of Laos, in Paraguay for example ;-)

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...You missed out another possible alternative: "Laotian pizzas" might e.g. be prepared by a loving wife from Laos outside of Laos, in Paraguay for example ;-)


Dammit! This mystery seems to be almost clarified, now... :?


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...You missed out another possible alternative: "Laotian pizzas" might e.g. be prepared by a loving wife from Laos outside of Laos, in Paraguay for example ;-)


Dammit! This mystery seems to be almost clarified, now... :?


Not for Bob, my friend, ;-) . He spent almost a year in a hospital bed!!

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ElChristou wrote:
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...You missed out another possible alternative: "Laotian pizzas" might e.g. be prepared by a loving wife from Laos outside of Laos, in Paraguay for example ;-)


Dammit! This mystery seems to be almost clarified, now... :?


Yes, except that I don't have a CLUE as to whose wife were talking about. Or,
how the wife ended up making pizza for goodness sake, or what the hell any
of this has to do with Celestial Matters? I DO know about REAL Laotian
pizzas though. Bet THAT surprises someone here.

Sorry, confused and Brain-Dead Bob :lol: :lol:

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t00fri wrote:
...You missed out another possible alternative: "Laotian pizzas" might e.g. be prepared by a loving wife from Laos outside of Laos, in Paraguay for example ;-)


Dammit! This mystery seems to be almost clarified, now... :?


Yes, except that I don't have a CLUE as to whose wife were talking about. Or,
how the wife ended up making pizza for goodness sake, or what the hell any
of this has to do with Celestial Matters? I DO know about REAL Laotian
pizzas though. Bet THAT surprises someone here.

Sorry, confused and Brain-Dead Bob :lol: :lol:


Bah, Bob, I'll give you a hint; have a look again at some profiles and the last posts by Fridger and you probably solve definitively the mystery... :x


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Bah, Bob, I'll give you a hint; have a look again at some profiles and the last posts by Fridger and you probably solve definitively the mystery... :x


Ah, HAH!

So Christophe eats Laotian pizzas in Paraguay and these are made by his
wife (who is from Laos), and THAT explains why he talks all the time. He's
trying to keep his dinners down.

Well, I've got you beat... I was born in Cambridge, England, so I'm a Limey
and my truly British, 75-year old mother makes me a "British" pizza on
occasion. We really need to get together sometime and see if Fridger's
wife (Nah, he can't possibly be married to anyone) can make pizzas. Would
that be a "Deutschland" pizza?

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BobHegwood wrote:
Ah, HAH!

So Christophe eats Laotian pizzas in Paraguay and these are made by his
wife (who is from Laos), and THAT explains why he talks all the time. He's
trying to keep his dinners down...


You got it! :wink:


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Bah, Bob, I'll give you a hint; have a look again at some profiles and the last posts by Fridger and you probably solve definitively the mystery... :x


Ah, HAH!

So Christophe eats Laotian pizzas in Paraguay and these are made by his
wife (who is from Laos), and THAT explains why he talks all the time. He's
trying to keep his dinners down.

Well, I've got you beat... I was born in Cambridge, England, so I'm a Limey
and my truly British, 75-year old mother makes me a "British" pizza on
occasion. We really need to get together sometime and see if Fridger's
wife (Nah, he can't possibly be married to anyone) can make pizzas. Would
that be a "Deutschland" pizza?



Usually in Italy, in the pizzeries of a certain level, the pizzas whose ingredients are pomodoro, mozzarella, kraut and würstels are know as "deutsch pizza" in the menu.

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BobHegwood wrote:
We really need to get together sometime and see if Fridger's
wife (Nah, he can't possibly be married to anyone) can make pizzas. Would that be a "Deutschland" pizza?


What?

I am married since many, many years and we have a lovely daughter you studied theoretical physics for one year in your birth town: Cambridge UK!

She'll get her PhD in theoretical Cosmology this fall...;-)

But you were right here: my wife would NEVER cook me a Pizza! Cooking is not anything that happens in our house ;-)

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[Cooking is not anything that happens in our house ;-)


No cooking? But cooking is *fun*! Do you order your meals from the local laotian pizza takeaway?

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Fridger, what happen to yours research about the life in the garden? No news seems. How many coffees? I'm reflecting about on the possibility of a variation in the size distribution due to the entalpic function (that is, the count should be repeated both in hot-cold seasons). What do you think about?

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[Cooking is not anything that happens in our house ;-)


No cooking? But cooking is *fun*! Do you order your meals from the local laotian pizza takeaway?

- rthorvald


My wife spends almost 2 + 2 = 4 hours in trains + taxis every day to commute to Kiel University. So after a 13 hour working day, who wants to start cooking at night ;-) . On the weekends we go out to eat in restaurants. Good restaurants are ALSO fun ;-) . During the week we are eating in our respective canteens at lunch. Food shopping once a week. That's it.

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My wife spends almost 2 + 2 = 4 hours in trains + taxis every day to commute to Kiel University. So after a 13 hour working day, who wants to start cooking at night ;-) . On the weekends we go out to eat in restaurants. Good restaurants are ALSO fun ;-) . During the week we are eating in our respective canteens at lunch


Ok, weekdays, yes. But cooking can be recreation too if you have no hurry, know what you are doing and make the process enjoyable...

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