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Wed Jan 06, 2021 5:02 pm
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WARNING: THIS IS AN EXOTIC MEAT RECORDS, IF YOU DO NOT LIKE HEARING ABOUT MEATS OR GET EASILY OFFENDED BY PEOPLE EATING MEAT PLEASE STOP READING NOW

Spoiler! :
EXOTIC MEATS RECORD

REFERENCES:
- Beef/Veal/Cow
- Pork/Swine
- Poultry/Chicken
- Mutton/Lamb
- Rabbit

UNGULATES

ENTRY 1: American Bison
Location(s):
Nebraska, USA
South Dakota, USA
Wyoming, USA
Prepared as:
Burger
Ribs
Sirloin
Capriccio
Comments:
Drier and tougher than beef. Very little juice. Best prepared Rare or Medium Rare

ENTRY 2: Elk
Location(s):
Wyoming, USA
Prepared as:
Chop
Comments:
Tenderer and springier than beef. Some parts are fatter or juicier. Best prepared Rare or Medium Rare












ENTRY 3: Moose
Location(s):
Alaska, USA
Prepared as:
Meat Pie
Comments:
Like pork or beef but tougher and fatter than beef, but not as fat as pork

ENTRY 4: White Tailed Deer*
*Possibly another species of common deer
Location(s):
Ontario, Canada
Wyoming, USA
Prepared as:
Rib (Simmered)
Bratwurst
Comments:
More tender than beef but not as much as mutton. No fat but very gourmet.


MARSUPIALS

ENTRY 1: Kangaroo
Location(s):
Ontario, Canada
Prepared as:
Hot Pot
Comments:
Similar to mutton and rabbit but more bland than mutton and tougher than rabbit

BIRDS

ENTRY 1: Duck
Location(s):
Beijing, China
Ontario, Canada
Prepared as:
Peking style
Comments:
Greasier and more rubbery than chicken, with more texture




ENTRY 2: Quail
Location(s):
Ontario, Canada
Prepared as:
Chinese style (simmered)
Greek style (grilled)
Comments:
More tender than chicken with no grease. A lot of bones.

ENTRY 3: Pigeon*
*Possibly dove
Location(s):
Ontario, Canada
Prepared as:
Hong Kong style
Comments:
Smaller than chicken. Not many bones. A little crunchier than chicken.


BUGS

ENTRY 1: Millipede
Location(s):
Beijing, China
Prepared as:
Kebab
Comments:
Doesn’t taste like any meat tried before, not tasty, extremely crunchy

ENTRY 2: Cricket
Location(s):
Ontario, Canada
Prepared as:
Honey mustard, BBQ
Comments:
Sweet and crunchy. Has a slight honey taste. (Probably due to honey mustard)








ENTRY 3: Cocoon
Location(s):
Chengdu, China
Prepared as:
Spicy, BBQ
Comments:
Extremely crunchy, a little spicy, doesn’t taste like meat








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ANYTHING
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Hello!
I am here to write a little bit about this weird condition that I have called synesthesia

Types:
Grapheme-Color Synesthesia

Characteristics: Letters and numbers have color. And so do words, based on the color of the letters in that word. And however many digit numbers.


The good:

I am excellent at spelling because I easily memorize the words color, and history cause I can remember the date

The bad:

It is hard for me to learn languages:

Example:
the word friend is lavender, whereas amiga is reddish brown, and my brain has trouble connecting those.




Type Number 2: Time Unit to Color

Characteristics:
Months and Days of the week have color


The good: I easily remembered the order of the months by there color

The bad:

None




Type number 3: A bit of emotion color synesthesia


Characteristics:


Emotions have color. Example: annoyed is bright orange


The good:
It isn't good, or bad really.


The bad:

Sometimes if I meet a new person and they are wearing a green t-shirt, I will expect them to be sad because green is the color of sad.



Overall, I am very lucky to have synesthesia.

A lot of people say it is a brain disorder, but it is a gift.
  





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hannah0528 wrote:Come here and write anything!






As long it is not inappropriate and NO BAD WORDS
  





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anything, anything anything anything. Anything, anything anything. ANYTHING. Anything anything.

(What? We're supposed to write "anything")
Dumbledore: "Now, it's great that you've been saving the school and all Harry, but unfortunately your grades have been a tad low, and, well... perhaps Gandalf could explain it better... hit it, Gandalf!

Gandalf: "YOU SHALL NOT PASS!"
  





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Necromancer14 wrote:anything, anything anything anything. Anything, anything anything. ANYTHING. Anything anything.

(What? We're supposed to write "anything")

No, we are supposed to write about anything we want.
  





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BADOOPITY DO!
Hi! I used to be spunkyspacekitty, but my username got a new look!
  





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@hannah0528 okay then, "anything" is a word that means, well, any sort of thing. It's kind of a generic word that I can't explain very well. I guess Everything could be an anything.
Dumbledore: "Now, it's great that you've been saving the school and all Harry, but unfortunately your grades have been a tad low, and, well... perhaps Gandalf could explain it better... hit it, Gandalf!

Gandalf: "YOU SHALL NOT PASS!"
  





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Stellarjay says...



Hi I'm bored.
out of my gourd (whatever that's supposed to mean)

My back is bent like a shrimp
I wish I could disapear in a blimp

This poem isn't going anywhere
byeeeeeeee
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Spoiler! :
barnacle
Dumbledore: "Now, it's great that you've been saving the school and all Harry, but unfortunately your grades have been a tad low, and, well... perhaps Gandalf could explain it better... hit it, Gandalf!

Gandalf: "YOU SHALL NOT PASS!"
  





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Yoshikrab says...



hannah0528 wrote:
Necromancer14 wrote:anything, anything anything anything. Anything, anything anything. ANYTHING. Anything anything.

(What? We're supposed to write "anything")

No, we are supposed to write about anything we want.


about anything we want

about anything we want

about anything we want
When life brings you down, don't care at all, because the last thing you want is life being smug over it's victory against you. -yoshi

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Liminality says...



Hmm I guess I'll keep a list here of the sort of sounds I like!

Rules:
1. It mustn't be a song, that'll be too long a list
2. It mustn't be a nature sound, because that's Arc (g'home, Lim)

  • Typing sounds on a keyboard with big ol' keys. Not flat keys, but big ol' keys you see hackers use in early 2000s films. I mean early 2000s keyboards, what am I talking about?
  • The sound of a metal teaspoon tapping the sides of a porcelain mug.
  • The sound of a dog's paws tapping against the floor at home, especially if they're quick because that's how you know doggo is happ.
  • WINDCHIMES. I cannot believe I forgot about windchimes until this part of the list. I love all kinds of windchimes, from the metal sonorous ones my Grandma has to the more tinkly ones my Grandpa has (they're tinkly because they're smaller). I've also heard a wooden windchime before on an ambience and I love the way it sounds. All hollow and big and clunk-clunk.
  • A quiet buzz when a machine is being switched on.
  • @soundofmind :D
  • The sound of my ceiling fan late at night when nothing else is on, and it's almost like a self-creating gale trapped within these concrete walls
  • The soft whirring of my laptop when it's charging
  • To be continued . . .
    Here for the in-betweens and the left-behinds, the unconsidered,
    the out-of-this-world.

  • Pronouns? Any, to be honest!
  • I spend a sizeable chunk of my time in Poem a Week and the Worst Poem thread.
  • You can also come yell at me in WFPs.
  





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Bipitiy bopity boo I like you..... wait what......... skidity, midity lidity,
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