Happy New Year a bit early

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But there are babies and children...
Yes, giant orgies can lead to those. :wink:
 
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What else is there to do on those cold Norwegian nights that last for six months?
 
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Yes, giant orgies can lead to those. :wink:
Certainly not DURING the giant orgies, though, so who invited the kids?
 
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maybe it's a TRIBUTE to the ORGIES----and the aftermath
 
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Its Europe. Say no more.
 
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What is the meaning of all of the bodies squashed together in what looks like painful torture?
It is meant to portray the struggle of life in how we tear and trample and make love to each other.

The resolution is found at its very top, the dome is made out of joining hands.
 
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Circa 2000

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I see that you guys have posted pictures of Smalehove. These pictures were actually taken by me...and I ate the head :biggrin: this is actually quite a popular dish especially around Christmas time and in the west of the country. And believe it or not...it is quite tasty (well, if you leave the eye out of this). So if you come to Norway in the wintertime be sure to try it...eating local food is an important part of the culture. That is why I tried cuy in Peru...fried guinea pig :-)

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You're a brave man Gard. Welcome to PF! :smile:
 
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:!!) What a handsome-looking Nordic man. Welcome to PF :smile:
Do you want your children roasting their small pets? :wink:
 
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Do you want your children roasting their small pets? :wink:
:rofl: :rofl: Good point!
 
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I know, the first thing that came to mind was OMG!!! He's killed the Fruit Bat!! :surprised
 
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:!!) What a handsome-looking Nordic man. Welcome to PF :smile:
Uh-Oh, just thinking about MIH's other thread. <cough>
 
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I know, the first thing that came to mind was OMG!!! He's killed the Fruit Bat!! :surprised
Ricco!!! :cry: :cry: :cry:
 
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Uh-Oh, just thinking about MIH's other thread. <cough>
I was thinking about the same thing. <cough> <cough>

So, how's the Nordic donor list looking?
 
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I was thinking about the same thing. <cough> <cough>

So, how's the Nordic donor list looking?
I've narrowed it down to Olaf and Sven. :biggrin:
 
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Hi

I see that you guys have posted pictures of Smalehove. These pictures were actually taken by me...and I ate the head :biggrin: this is actually quite a popular dish especially around Christmas time and in the west of the country. And believe it or not...it is quite tasty (well, if you leave the eye out of this). So if you come to Norway in the wintertime be sure to try it...eating local food is an important part of the culture. That is why I tried cuy in Peru...fried guinea pig :-)

Regards
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Was it really a dog?I'm sorry but I have to say :yuck:!You know it wouldn't have made any difference for me even if it was a ship or a fish . <note that I'm not a vegetarian>
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I think he's eating one of these..
guinea_pig.JPG

deep fried.

Although those Peruvian Guinea Pigs seem awfully large!!!
 
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Wiki said:
Peruvians consume an estimated 65 million guinea pigs each year, and the animal is so entrenched in the culture that one famous painting of the Last Supper in the main cathedral in Cusco shows Christ and the twelve disciples dining on guinea pig.
:bugeye:
 

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