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Originally Posted by m@T View Post
actually, and I know people will heap shit on me for this, but as one of The Older Guys around here (at the stately age of thirtyfuckingthree) it's been really great to watch the way Kyle has come on professionally.

From the lost chubby kid from hicktown that first joined, to culinary school kid who clearly really had a passion for what he was doing that I think even he was surprised by, to where he is at now, working in one of the top restaurants in the land.

It's really cool to watch someone - admittedly even via the internet from a couple hemispheres away - discover something they are passionate about and mature in their field.

Seriously kiddo, congratulations and good luck with it.

Wow... Thanks Matt. That's touching. I appreciate it!
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Kyle, one helluva effort there. Man, I have to echo what Matt said. Good work.
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Kyle, one helluva effort there. Man, I have to echo what Matt said. Good work.

You guys are embarrassing me here.
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Originally Posted by kwilkinson View Post
You guys are embarrassing me here.

I'm stil jealous of all you can buy at Oakville Market! We were at the inventory. I did bring back a few cured salumi, ontop of the selection I was gifted.
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You guys are embarrassing me here.

I still think you are a fat, one-nut, culinarily pretentious, deep in the closet twat.

K
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Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post
I'm stil jealous of all you can buy at Oakville Market! We were at the inventory. I did bring back a few cured salumi, ontop of the selection I was gifted.
That place is so awesome. If I was as high rollin as you, I'd get all my groceries there.
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I still think you are a fat, one-nut, culinarily pretentious, deep in the closet twat.

K

I'll give you fat, one-nut, and deep in the closet, AND twat. But how am I pretentious? My daily food intake consists of poptarts, mac and cheese, beer, and burgers/wings/hotdogs.
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Originally Posted by kwilkinson View Post
That place is so awesome. If I was as high rollin as you, I'd get all my groceries there.


I'll give you fat, one-nut, and deep in the closet, AND twat. But how am I pretentious? My daily food intake consists of poptarts, mac and cheese, beer, and burgers/wings/hotdogs.

Making stock from fucking scratch. Like packet stock isn't good enough for you anymore.

Next thing you'll be telling me you want to eat real mashed potatoes instead of powedered "add water" stuff.

And you'll be wanting to love up anatomically correct dewdz like GoSurface instead of semi-manly looking girls like Conne.

K
post #3638 of 25543
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Originally Posted by m@T View Post
actually, and I know people will heap shit on me for this, but as one of The Older Guys around here (at the stately age of thirtyfuckingthree) it's been really great to watch the way Kyle has come on professionally.

From the lost chubby kid from hicktown that first joined, to culinary school kid who clearly really had a passion for what he was doing that I think even he was surprised by, to where he is at now, working in one of the top restaurants in the land.

It's really cool to watch someone - admittedly even via the internet from a couple hemispheres away - discover something they are passionate about and mature in their field.

Seriously kiddo, congratulations and good luck with it.

exactly my thoughts.

I have found some of the young guys on the forum interesting and puzzling - why a 16 year old is hanging out with us, people like Jet, Connie and Kyle (not to lump them together, but they do fit together age wise to some extent). I have no idea what is happening with Jet, and connie is a lost cause, but I think that it is cool how much Kyle has found a place absorbing and maturing with people from the forum, as well as in parallel with his real life. I find him really an excellent role model for young people.
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Originally Posted by VKK3450 View Post
Making stock from fucking scratch. Like packet stock isn't good enough for you anymore.

Next thing you'll be telling me you want to eat real mashed potatoes instead of powedered "add water" stuff.

And you'll be wanting to love up anatomically correct dewdz like GoSurface instead of semi-manly looking girls like Conne.

K
Hey hey hey hey you wanker. Let's get it right. I've already been with an anatomically correct GoSurface.
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exactly my thoughts.

I have found some of the young guys on the forum interesting and puzzling - why a 16 year old is hanging out with us, people like Jet, Connie and Kyle (not to lump them together, but they do fit together age wise to some extent). I have no idea what is happening with Jet, and connie is a lost cause, but I think that it is cool how much Kyle has found a place absorbing and maturing with people from the forum, as well as in parallel with his real life. I find him really an excellent role model for young people.

Thanks GT. BTW, Jet is a good dude, but he's a few years older than me.
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Originally Posted by m@T View Post
actually, and I know people will heap shit on me for this, but as one of The Older Guys around here (at the stately age of thirtyfuckingthree) it's been really great to watch the way Kyle has come on professionally.

From the lost chubby kid from hicktown that first joined, to culinary school kid who clearly really had a passion for what he was doing that I think even he was surprised by, to where he is at now, working in one of the top restaurants in the land.

It's really cool to watch someone - admittedly even via the internet from a couple hemispheres away - discover something they are passionate about and mature in their field.

Seriously kiddo, congratulations and good luck with it.

+1. Kyle is like the one-nut little brother everybody wishes he had.
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udon
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Just had some rice noodles with sesame seeds and green onion as well as a beef/kim chi wrap.
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Originally Posted by kwilkinson View Post
Thanks GT. BTW, Jet is a good dude, but he's a few years older than me.

I think he means Jetblast. Isn't he 17 or so?

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Originally Posted by VKK3450 View Post
Can one be a couple of hemispheres away? Or by definition aren't they back on the same hemisphere?

K

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I'm just reading the thing about kwilk and realizing that I got on the forum when I was a poorly dressed 19 year old student. Time flies.
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The oh-so-wrong McRib is back on sale in SoCal, so it was only natural to buy three of them and make a McTriRib. I'm sure Wilks will steal this to serve at Cyrus.



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