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    (Original post by AMYC1999)
    :nah: wait..I just realised that I don't think I've made pasta before...oh no, I did, lasagne (that didn't go too well)
    The hard part is serving it out nicely :mmm:

    I love experimenting in the kitchen. Cooking is an art :pierre:
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    (Original post by AMYC1999)
    No worries, how about now? win a game?
    How about not ???
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    Nope - shamefully I'm not a doctor who fan.
    you're not? watch it! really good! what do you watch then?

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    (Original post by AMYC1999)
    *crosses fingers*

    One day...

    OK, let me give you a proper response, well I think I've told you enough about it so I'm not going to tell you where. And TGND isn't on atm so..
    :crossedf: < :fyi:

    Hopefully more than just the one.... :puppyeyes:

    That was not a proper response Is this an 'ask me anything thread'?
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    (Original post by AMYC1999)
    you're not? watch it! really good! what do you watch then?
    Top gear , strictly, I'm a Celebrity . Things like that.
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    (Original post by Occams Chainsaw)
    The hard part is serving it out nicely :mmm:

    I love experimenting in the kitchen. Cooking is an art :pierre:
    Yeah, this was in school btw, not of my choice really, i don't do cooking experiments...

    I've mostly made fairy cakes at home :yep: I think I would attempt doing lasagne again but the greatest thing I made was a chocolate gateau :yep: was really nice.

    I take it you do a lot of cooking, when did you start doing so?

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    (Original post by mccrae01)
    How about not ???
    Not taking that for an answer
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    Anybody know what number we're on ?
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    (Original post by AMYC1999)
    No worries, how about now? win a game?
    yeah! let's do it! -2
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    (Original post by mccrae01)
    Top gear , strictly, I'm a Celebrity . Things like that.
    I don't like Top gear, seems boring to me, I've watched some of strictly and I'm a Celebrity though :yep:

    I watch things like Merlin (finished now ), stuff on cbbc and other kids channels, Atlantis and that's pretty much it i think, don't watch tv much.
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    (Original post by incipientT)
    :crossedf: < :fyi:

    Hopefully more than just the one.... :puppyeyes:

    That was not a proper response Is this an 'ask me anything thread'?
    I know, cbb to use emoticon.

    :yep: hopefully, i can't see the future so... (shall we take our TARDIS's?)

    Well then I'm not going to say anymore... *zips mouth shut* (is there an emoticon for that too )
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    (Original post by AMYC1999)
    Yeah, this was in school btw, not of my choice really, i don't do cooking experiments...

    I've mostly made fairy cakes at home :yep: I think I would attempt doing lasagne again but the greatest thing I made was a chocolate gateau :yep: was really nice.

    I take it you do a lot of cooking, when did you start doing so?
    Cakes are cool. Have you ever made cuppa-cake? :mmm:

    The first time I made something for somebody apart from myself was when I had a girl coming over for dinner when I was 14. I decided to make bolognese I remember that the spaghetti was a little starchy but the bolognese was good so I was pleased with it for a first attempt.
    Before then it was just simple things like omelettes.

    If you want to start cooking then getting your mum to show you her recipe is a great way to learn while being supervised so you don't totally mess up and also a nice way to spend time together, I guess. :yep:
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    yeah! let's do it! -2
    Alright! Let the games begin!!!

    (Original post by mccrae01)
    Anybody know what number we're on ?
    I'll work it out.

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    (Original post by Occams Chainsaw)
    Cakes are cool. Have you ever made cuppa-cake? :mmm:

    The first time I made something for somebody apart from myself was when I had a girl coming over for dinner when I was 14. I decided to make bolognese I remember that the spaghetti was a little starchy but the bolognese was good so I was pleased with it for a first attempt.
    Before then it was just simple things like omelettes.

    If you want to start cooking then getting your mum to show you her recipe is a great way to learn while being supervised so you don't totally mess up and also a nice way to spend time together, I guess. :yep:
    :nah: No I haven't

    I don't think I've made anything for anyone, when we cooked in school, i obviously went home and shred with my family though, but still.. (that makes me sound selfish) I have planned many times that I will make something (usually cakes) but end up not doing so...

    My age :lol: I think you cooked more than I at the time. Well done I'd probably get something wrong when making it but it would turn out nice or ok at the end. (almost always happens to me) When making the gateau (that was a nightmare) I was following the instructions and it didn't seem right because we had to use water I think which I did but then the mixture became runny so then I had to use more flour or something, i though it'd end up bad but it tasted really good.

    Is a good idea, but I doubt I'll get myself to do.

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    (Original post by AMYC1999)
    I know, cbb to use emoticon.

    :yep: hopefully, i can't see the future so... (shall we take our TARDIS's?)

    Well then I'm not going to say anymore... *zips mouth shut* (is there an emoticon for that too )
    You used more letters without the emoticon than with

    Well, TGND claims to be able to.... (No, mines not back yet )

    :mob: you didn't answer my question! Is it?
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