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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#5 - insanefreak
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There are people who can't fix a loose chain?
#6 to #5 - anon id: dd885064
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i cant


I'm sorry
#10 to #6 - shtinkyfinger
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Turn the bike upside down and it practically fixes itself
User avatar #51 to #10 - kierz
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Judging by the 'built a bike from spare parts' part of this. I'm taking a stab that it's a motorbike.

Good luck turning that upside down.
User avatar #99 to #51 - trojanmannn
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>mountain bikes
User avatar #103 to #99 - kierz
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They have beards.

Like those dudes you see on Harley's that look like gay pirates.

Those dudes aren't generally related to mountain biking, are they?
User avatar #104 to #103 - trojanmannn
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I am a gay pirate and this offends me
User avatar #54 to #5 - Cilreve
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I think you'd be surprised
User avatar #7 to #5 - dylandiekunst
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I think this was more more snapped than loose
#61 to #7 - medopu
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I also think that's what author meant. How would "Fixing a loose chain" work? It's snapped chain.

User avatar #128 to #61 - dylandiekunst
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Pulling the wheel back to increase tension on the chain but that a pretty obvious thing anyway
#21 to #5 - doddythechef
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nope i'm terrible with vehicles    
   
thats why i cook
nope i'm terrible with vehicles

thats why i cook
User avatar #24 to #21 - RisenLichen
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If I ask you for recipes will you give me recipes?
User avatar #26 to #24 - doddythechef
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i guess

what were you looking for?
User avatar #28 to #26 - RisenLichen
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i dunno. Tea, maybe? How to properly boil etc.

Also, got any vegetarian recipes?
User avatar #30 to #28 - doddythechef
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how to properly boil tea.... what in the world do you mean?
place a tea bag into a cup or teapot, boil water, pour into cup or teapot

vegetarian like pasta dishes? stir frys ? quishes ?
User avatar #31 to #30 - RisenLichen
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Well, I simply heard there was a proper way of boiling tea, I meant with the leaves not with the tea bags, but I'll ask my dad how to do that

And anything you recommend that would be easy with someone with hardly any cooking experience to do, and on a college student's budget.
#37 to #31 - sanguinesolitude
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i guess i gotta go faggy on this.

proper boiling of tea depends on the type you are doing. In general green teas and asian teas in general shouldn't be actually boiled, while english style teas and many black teas should have boiling water.

In general with black teas heat water to boiling (212 F or 100C) and pour directly over tea while still bubbling. Allow to steep for 3-5 minutes depending on strength preference.

For green tea its often more complicated, but a good rule of thumb is 180F ( 82C ) will work for most non delicate teas. Pour water over tea and steep 3 minutes. Green tea tends to get bitter quickly so oversteeping is generally not recommended depending on your taste preference.

Myself i usually drink green tea, heat water to 190 and pour it in my iron teapot on the tea, after 3 mins i pour a glass and leave the rest of the tea in the pot with the leaves still. I enjoy a more bitter flavor as well as the standard. There isn't any wrong way to do it, but only better ways.

mfw i finished typing
#46 to #37 - doddythechef
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thats pretty good tea knowledge sir

i applaud you
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User avatar #110 to #109 - sanguinesolitude
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hm i haven't really even come across someone who boils the tea, i mean i don't see why you couldn't, but the heat would be tough for alot of teas. What kind of tea/where are you from?
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User avatar #120 to #111 - sanguinesolitude
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i figured turkey or russia. Good tea there, i went to istanbul once and drank alot of it.
User avatar #80 to #37 - linktheherooftime
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What about Chai?
User avatar #84 to #80 - sanguinesolitude
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chai is weird because usually you boil the water with herbs and spices in it, then brew tea with it. but definitely boiled.
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User avatar #39 to #37 - funnyrage
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and also if you haven't tried it yet. keep the pot and the teacups warm before you add the water.
User avatar #38 to #37 - RisenLichen
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What if she likes earl gray tea?
User avatar #40 to #38 - sanguinesolitude
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boiling water 3 minutes in a teapot. pour over milk in the mug.
User avatar #41 to #40 - RisenLichen
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so..boil the water while the leaves are in there?
User avatar #42 to #41 - sanguinesolitude
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NOOOOO. boil the water, and pour boiling water over the leaves. leave to sit for 3 minutes, then pour the tea away from the leaves into a cup with some milk
User avatar #47 to #42 - RisenLichen
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Pour the tea away from the leaves?

Also sorry if I'm being retarded, just trying to learn for her ^_^;
#53 to #47 - sanguinesolitude
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well depends if its loose tea or teabags and your setup. Ill go over all of them.

for teabags boil water, place teabag in cup, pour boiling water over teabag. Wait 3 minutes, remove teabag. Add milk if desired. drink.

for loose tea you need a teapot and a strainer (some have built strainers or wire sections for the tea instead of using a strainer) and a separate mug. Place tea in teapot (about a tablespoon per serving so if 3 mugs, 3 tablespoons etc.) boil water and pour over the tea. allow to sit 3-4 minutes. pour milk if desired into mug, then pour tea through strainer into cup to strain out loose bits of tea.

Straining or otherwise removing the tea from the hot water after steeping is important because not only do you want to drink chunks of tea, but the tea will continue to brew and become stronger and bitterer. Some people (myself included) like tea brewed quite strong and am happy to drink overbrewed tea, many people do not like this. 3-5 minutes typically is the difference between normal and strong brewing, any more gets bitter.

note on milk. Some black teas like english breakfast, indian chai, and earl grey are typically served with a splash of milk, where most green teas and asian black teas are almost never served with milk.
User avatar #56 to #53 - RisenLichen
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Would teabags taste better or actual leaves?
#60 to #56 - sanguinesolitude
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loose tea is better generally, but more work. I am a pretentious **** so i always buy loose tea. For earl grey bags would be just fine, its not that "good" a tea quality wise because it is a flavored tea. Not knocking earl grey, i love it and buy it in teabags. Stash and Twinings make a good earl grey in a teabag. Best earl grey teabags are made by murchies, but they arent very commonly found.
User avatar #105 to #60 - pawtucketpanda
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I use a Keurig how pissed
User avatar #108 to #105 - sanguinesolitude
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i bought one used it for 2 weeks and returned it. I didn't think the coffee was very good. IF you're using a keurig for tea, i don't need to insult you, your life is the insult.
User avatar #62 to #60 - RisenLichen
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Well she takes her tea seriously as well, so I would like to do it right. So leaves would be better for earl gray?
User avatar #64 to #62 - sanguinesolitude
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the quality matters more than whether its in a bag or not. See if there is a local tea store and go there. Or specifically if youre gonna order earl grey i recommend
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User avatar #70 to #64 - RisenLichen
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thank you very much
User avatar #45 to #42 - sanguinesolitude
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assuming she likes tea with milk
User avatar #34 to #31 - doddythechef
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proper tea well you need a sort of mini sieve above the cup with tea leaves in it, then you pour hot water through the sieve and tada tea

very old fashioned, infact to con people they mixed in dried horse droppings to bulk out tea

student budget hey... hmm you want cheap vegetables, what country you from?
User avatar #35 to #34 - RisenLichen
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Well I have a job and get paided about 90-100 bucks every two weeks, so not too bad but still not the best.

Maybe not cheap, but not super expensive in case I **** up. I live in the US
User avatar #43 to #35 - doddythechef
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Apricot, Avocado, Banana, Cantaloupe, Grapefruit, Honeydew, Kiwi
Papaya, Pear, Starfruit, Tangerine, Watermelon, Corn, Kale, Onions
Eggplant, Brussels, sprouts, tomatoes

These are all cheap veg for amercian stores, and easily mixable to make great dishes

ege eggplant bake - simply slice the eggplant and layer it a dish, on each layer a simple tomato sauce and on top a layer of cheese (best cheese is mozzarella)

for desert you can poach pears in sugar syrup (sugar and water equal amounts boiled down to make a thick syrup) make sure syrup coverspears and leave to cook for 20 minutes or untill pear is soft. you can use the syrup about 3 times, just sieve when storing.

a simple avocado salad would be cutting up peppers, spring onion, lettuce and diced avocado. mix all in a bowl with pepper and olive oil serve in bowl

if you want more add me as a friend and i'll make aload more :D
User avatar #48 to #43 - RisenLichen
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I don't think she likes eggplant
User avatar #49 to #48 - doddythechef
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dw i can tell you how to make a homemade pineapple pizza
User avatar #50 to #49 - RisenLichen
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She doesn't like pizza too much ^_^;
User avatar #57 to #50 - sanguinesolitude
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assuming shes a meat eater. google barbara kafka's simple roast chicken. make that, drown in a tsunami of pussy.
User avatar #59 to #57 - RisenLichen
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Shes a vegetarian, but is slowing getting back into meat. I don't think her stomach can handle that, assume it has a lot of chicken/meat in it
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User avatar #90 to #13 - kiermatv
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BUT WHAT IF IT'S THE SAME BEARD!
#55 - sandmage
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You're move, OP.
User avatar #114 to #55 - lutzswartzman
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You are move, op!

You told him lawl
#78 to #55 - anon id: 43560259
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>you're
pls
#81 to #78 - sandmage
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OP is move.
OP is move.
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profile pic related
#101 to #55 - anon id: 3cf731fe
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*your
User avatar #63 to #55 - salts
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fantastic
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#12 - miva
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May the power of the beard enlighten your path.
May the power of the beard enlighten your path.
#8 - Cleavland Steamer
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And if you have a beard like this...
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You know a **** ton about motorcycles
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User avatar #73 - dildoes
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Doesn't everyone know how to fix a chain?
#74 to #73 - anon id: ba35a1bb
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Well we know what your beard to bike ratio is.
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