locals are eating them we are the last vikings ya know hehehe
the lost vikings, eh?
I saw someone eating a banana today, such a strange fruit and when I see people eating them they immediately look like monkeys/gorrillas to me
I eat them, yum.
It could have been if I had eaten some dubious mushrooms.
but reminds me of an episode some years back, a friend and i got in a small boat and went over the fjord to pick mushrooms..
first we didnt know wich we could eat and second we did not check the weather before we left, so we got 3 mushrooms and then a great big storm came and we couldnt go back in that little boat so we took shelter under a giant rock.. hehe
we sat under the rock for almost 6 hours before the wind calmed down and we could go back. lucky we got so much booze with us so we had something to do while the storm lasted
before we went back we made some mushroom-soup with the three mushrooms, garlic apples and some other things we had with us and made a sauce of beer
we didnt get sick so i guess the mushrooms were good
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Shaun, snow is cool man.. It's one of those quirks that people in some places don't get too see all types of weather.
In the UK, we don't usually get a whole load of snow, and when we do it's usually slushy icey snow. Sometimes tho, we have gotten the real type of snow which is really fluffy and light and simply springs off branches when shaken. I remember when I lived back home we got that one winter, it was an awesome experience to walk across fields of white. It was like kicking flour around as you walked, and forming snow balls is difficult with this type of snow as to have to try really hard to compact it together.
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