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    (Original post by Student403)
    OMG :rofl: And then he put tar on him as Spike was coming home!
    hahaha then tom was being chased up that pole lmao
    remember the episode where Tom and jerry were performing some opera concert thing
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    (Original post by mkap)
    did you have warm jalebi with ice cream :sogood:
    that is the oneeeeeeeeee!:h
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    (Original post by Eternalflames)
    It's their dish, Zulabia is from Arab countries. South Asians took it later on, same with samosas
    god is their anything original about desi cuisine lol
    are u arab then?
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    (Original post by habzi)
    that is the oneeeeeeeeee!:h
    what flavour ice cream do u lot eat jalebi with?
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    (Original post by MevMev)
    hahaha then tom was being chased up that pole lmao
    remember the episode where Tom and jerry were performing some opera concert thing
    Oh yeah and they were having a chase down the street :love: tom and jerry were the best characters ever
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    (Original post by MevMev)
    search it up on google images
    its heaven
    (Original post by Eternalflames)
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jalebi

    It's a dessert snack in Arab and South Asian countries
    From the sound of wikipedia its comparable to early onset diabetes. Still sounds nice though.
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    (Original post by Student403)
    Oh yeah and they were having a chase down the street :love: tom and jerry were the best characters ever
    hey were u the boy who had the princeton interview? how did that go?
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    (Original post by MevMev)
    what flavour ice cream do u lot eat jalebi with?
    Vanilla is the best one as it doesn't take away from the taste of the jalebi too much
    It's that nice taste between hot and coldd yummmmmm
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    (Original post by Fickschlitten)
    From the sound of wikipedia its comparable to early onset diabetes. Still sounds nice though.
    true that lol
    should be eaten in moderation
    my mum does not permit me to have more than 2 at a time
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    (Original post by Fickschlitten)
    From the sound of wikipedia its comparable to early onset diabetes. Still sounds nice though.
    Hahahah, it is!
    I find it too sweet, it's literally dripping in sugar syrup
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    Nothing beats warm gajar halwa and vanilla ice cream right?
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    (Original post by habzi)
    Vanilla is the best one as it doesn't take away from the taste of the jalebi too much
    It's that nice taste between hot and coldd yummmmmm
    yeah the contrast in temperature and texture is nice
    i don't think we have spoken before btw what do u study?
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    (Original post by MevMev)
    god is their anything original about desi cuisine lol
    are u arab then?
    I don't know, South Indian food is definitely desi. North Indian is heavily influenced by Arab, Afghan, Persian and Turkish food. But the spices are our thing!
    And no I am your desi sister
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    (Original post by MevMev)
    Oh no not at all i don't like jelly babies personally
    i mean jalebi as in the orange syrupy crunchy asian sweet
    i think that our "Jelly baby" may be a corruption of the Hindi word Jalebi... perhaps it was brought over during the Raj ?
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    (Original post by Student403)
    Jalebi is gross and sickening

    Ur attitude is gross and sickening tbh :noway:
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    (Original post by Eternalflames)
    I don't know, South Indian food is definitely desi. North Indian is heavily influenced by Arab, Afghan, Persian and Turkish food. But the spices are our thing!
    And no I am your desi sister
    ahaha no one can beat us when it comes to making dhaal though!!
    and nice to meet u sis
    i have seen your vibrant comments on tons of other threads lol but never acc spoken i dint think

    which part of desi land are u from
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    (Original post by MevMev)
    hey were u the boy who had the princeton interview? how did that go?
    Yeah lol Thanks it went pretty well but they don't really weigh it as much
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    (Original post by habzi)
    Nothing beats warm gajar halwa and vanilla ice cream right?
    don't be silly
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    (Original post by Fickschlitten)
    From the sound of wikipedia its comparable to early onset diabetes. Still sounds nice though.
    It is, my dad get's so P/O if my mum get's some on the way home because of how unhealthy it is :rofl:
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    (Original post by habzi)
    Nothing beats warm gajar halwa and vanilla ice cream right?
    Chocolate barfi tho :coma:
 
 
 
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