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    (Original post by Student403)
    I once told someone in school I had that most days for lunch and her exact words were "What the hell you liar? That's exotic food you can't have that everyday"
    lmao really? well like how some asians have rice most of the times us asians have chapatti lol she should try having it everyday won't be so exotic anymore.
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    Spag bol, and then a cheeseburger from McDonalds.
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    (Original post by Serine Soul)
    PRSOM

    Me to parents: 'rice is getting boring'
    Parents: 'stfu'
    Me: ;_;
    This is the exact conversation I have with my mum about potatoes.

    Every meal.

    Potatoes.
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    (Original post by mk_cbc)
    lmao really? well like how some asians have rice most of the times us asians have chapatti lol she should try having it everyday won't be so exotic anymore.
    I tried explaining it to her but she thought everyone had casseroles and pasta and potatoes for dinner :rofl:
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    (Original post by Student403)
    I once told someone in school I had that most days for lunch and her exact words were "What the hell you liar? That's exotic food you can't have that everyday"
    my white friend has either steak with chips or chicken with chips or curry and chips, i laugh every time x-D
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    (Original post by Serine Soul)
    PRSOM

    Me to parents: 'rice is getting boring'
    Parents: 'stfu'
    Me: ;_;
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    (Original post by ihatePE)
    my white friend has either steak with chips or chicken with chips or curry and chips, i laugh every time x-D
    Damn your friend likes chips
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    Serine Soul you reminded me of this

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    (Original post by ihatePE)
    i love chapati, thought they sell them at supermarkets but it was naan instead >_>
    I get all the chapatti i want at home, its actually quite easy to make them just need good atta (flour for chaptti lmao) and some water not to much or its gunna be soggy af kneed it until its smooth then roll out a circular shape (hardest bit trust me the amount of times i've cried tryna make a circle) then place it on flat pan flipping it over repeatedly then you're done yay.
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    I had BBQ pasta bake with chocolate roll after
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    I had ur mums punani very nicee
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    (Original post by mk_cbc)
    I get all the chapatti i want at home, its actually quite easy to make them just need good atta (flour for chaptti lmao) and some water not to much or its gunna be soggy af kneed it until its smooth then roll out a circular shape (hardest bit trust me the amount of times i've cried tryna make a circle) then place it on flat pan flipping it over repeatedly then you're done yay.
    any flour? or chapati flour :-s
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    (Original post by Student403)
    I tried explaining it to her but she thought everyone had casseroles and pasta and potatoes for dinner :rofl:
    please dem be on those special days when your mum tries to go western for the day lmao. its either dahl, veg, or meat and if you're lucky brown rice or biryani lmao.
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    home made thai curry.
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    (Original post by mk_cbc)
    please dem be on those special days when your mum tries to go western for the day lmao. its either dahl, veg, or meat and if you're lucky brown rice or biryani lmao.
    :rofl:

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    home made thai curry.
    I'm jealous! :O I loooove Thai!
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    (Original post by ihatePE)
    any flour? or chapati flour :-s
    chapatti flour, normal flour won't get you that exotic taste boy. I recommend champion atta or elephant atta ( im dying whilst typing this the word atta always gets to me lmao)
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    (Original post by mk_cbc)
    chapatti flour, normal flour won't get you that exotic taste boy. I recommend champion atta or elephant atta ( im dying whilst typing this the word atta always gets to me lmao)
    naaaaa chakki atta is the best
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    (Original post by Student403)
    naaaaa chakki atta is the best
    we have elephant atta haven't you seen them adverts makes the whole fam happy and sometimes the atta be too good it makes them cry.
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    (Original post by mscaffrey)
    This is the exact conversation I have with my mum about potatoes.

    Every meal.

    Potatoes.


    Thing is, potatoes can be

    chips
    boiled
    mash
    diced in pastries
    sliced
    wedges

    but rice...


    rice is just


    nothing special, sure can be fried and you can add stuff like any carbohydrate but its basically just


    what is life>?
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    (Original post by mscaffrey)
    This is the exact conversation I have with my mum about potatoes.

    Every meal.

    Potatoes.
 
 
 
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