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About grangervoldemort

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  1. This guy probably is referring to grey market. AKA stolen goods.
  2. Yeah I agree to some extent. FREAKING diabetes sugar mothertruckers advertising everywhere COCA freaking COLA. The reason why I started this is actually because most xmas music is utter dog poop and VERY annoying. They play some of the most horrible songs in supermarkets during xmas. There are certain xmas songs where if they are playing... say for example a supermarket, that I hate it SO much I walk out. Music and smells are powerful things that we can either love or hate. It's interesting to see just how many people hate xmas due to the consumer aspect.
  3. WTF is wrong with all you Linus forum guys? Why do you hate xmas?
  4. Seems everyone hates xmas. It is magical in movies. In real life it can be. Depends on who you are with and where you are. With a hot girl and good friends in a luxurious log cabin with a fireplace and a deep rug, huge bed etc (friends in their own log cabins) in the french mountains with french hot chocolate (real hot chocolate not that powder crap... real hot chocolate starts at 12 Euros a small jug)..... well. We can all dream huh.
  5. It's xmas all year round. Good xmas songs are cheery and warming and upbeat and childish to some extent. They can be dreamy. Who doesn't like songs like 'I'm walking in the air' from the movie the snowman? Or some of my personal favs, songs from movies that have children that are magical. How about HOT CHOCOLATE from the Polar Express? Catchy song. Excellent hot chocolate is hard to come by. I would recommend Cafe de Flore in Paris, France.
  6. Noise levels EVGA 8800 GTS 640MB KO ACS3 - Whisper quite - Runs at 85c when gaming Gigabyte HD 7870 OC Windforce 3x 2GB - Insanely loud - Has vibrating shroud which is HIGHLY irritating and loud - Runs loud even when idle - Can't remember temps as the card is now RIP Why is it that a card from 2007 is whisper quiet whereas a card from 2012 sounds like a jet engine?
  7. Best before only indicates when the food item will taste as it's meant to, and have all it's nutritional value intact. NOT when it is SAFE to eat by which is the USE By date. I ended up not cooking the minced beef as I wasn't even sure it was minced beef and instead pork which I hate. Long story. It's from Hellofresh. I would strongly not recommend buying hellofresh as the macros are insane. The chicken chow mein paste and sauce (which both go into the dish) combined contain more sugar than a can of soda. More than 35g of sugar! It also doesn't taste good. The thai prawn curry I made to
  8. Read my OP. I haven't really ever cooked. It's been years since I cooked properly and even then I have never cooked an entire days worth of food by myself for myself as I don't know any good recipes. Either my mum and aunty cook or I eat out for the past many years and go hungry most of the time. Also I just discovered a game on the Mac called Rimworld. I have been playing it for 10 hours straight now apart from sleeping. Help me. It's one of the most addictive games I have come across. I haven't eaten for over 24 hours now.
  9. Please emember the difference between use by and best before. Easy to mix it up. In that video he lady says minced beef has basically a larger surface area and so goes bad faster. I have MINCED beef with TODAYS use by date. 1) Is it safe to cook and eat it today? 2) Is it then safe to store it in the fridge once it's cooled down (it will be cooked with other stuff obv like potatoes, rice, red pepper etc) and then eat it over the next 2-3 days, bearing in mind the USE BY date is TODAY?
  10. This is written on the NHS website. I live in the UK. If you don't know what the NHS is look it up. Prove you wrong? What die or become disabled somehow due to infected meat? No thanks,
  11. This is wrong: Don't use any food or drink after the end of the "use by" date on the label, even if it looks and smells fine. This is because using it after this date could put your health at risk. ... Once a food with a "use by" date on it has been opened, you also need to follow any instructions, such as "eat within 3 days of opening".
  12. oK so that just tells me cooked meats are ok to eat 2-3 days. Which I already know. My cirumstance is outlined above - TODAYS use by date etc etc.