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  • Jamie
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    Bloody hipsters 😡

    brakes
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    carbo diem brother

    which are you then ?

    Name Description Translation
    Campanelle Flattened bell-shaped pasta with a frilly edge on one end Little bells
    Capunti Short convex ovals resembling an open empty pea pod
    Casarecce Short lengths rolled into an S shape From casereccio meaning homemade
    Cavatelli Short, solid lengths From the verb cavare meaning to hollow
    Cencioni Petal shaped, slightly curved with rough convex side Little rags
    Conchiglie Seashell shaped Shells
    Conchiglioni Large, stuffable seashell-shaped Large shells
    Corzetti Flat figure-eight stamped
    Creste di Galli Short, curved and ruffled Cocks? combs
    Croxetti Flat coin-shaped discs stamped with coats of arms Little crosses
    Fantolioni Panda-shaped bow-ties commonly served with boiled olives Pre-packaged pandas
    Farfalle Bow tie or butterfly shaped Butterflies
    Farfallone Larger bowties Large butterfly
    Fiorentine Grooved cut tubes Florentine
    Fiori Shaped like a flower Little flowers
    Foglie d?ulivo Shaped like an olive leaf Olive leaf
    Fusilli Three-edged spiral, usually in mixed colors. Many vendors and brands sold as fusilli are two-edged From fusile, archaic/dialect form of fucile, meaning rifle. As the inside barrel of a gun is “rifled” using a similar screw-shaped device
    Fusilli Bucati A spring-shaped variety of the above Holed rifles
    Gemelli A single S-shaped strand of pasta twisted in a loose spiral Twins
    Gigli Cone or flower shaped Lilies
    Gnocchi Round in shape and often made with flour plus potatoes From the Italian gnocco, meaning “a knot in wood”
    Gramigna Short, curled lengths of pasta Scutch-grass; more generically, “infesting weed”
    Lanterne Curved ridges Lantern holders
    Lumache Snail-shaped From lumaca, meaning snail
    Lumaconi Jumbo lumache Large snails
    Maltagliati Flat roughly cut triangles Badly cut
    Mandala Designed by Philippe Starck in 1987 for French pasta-maker Panzani Design based on compensating for overcooking
    Marille Designed by Giorgetto Guigiaro in 1983 – like a rolling ocean wave in cross-section with internal rugosities, but unsuccessful and no longer produced From mare, meaning ?sea?
    Orecchiette Bowl or ear shaped pasta Little ears
    Pipe Larger version of macaroni Smoking pipes
    Quadrefiore Square with rippled edges Flower quadrants
    Radiatore Shaped like radiators Radiator
    Ricciolini Short wide pasta with a 90-degree twist From riccio, curly
    Ricciutelle Short spiraled pasta From riccio, curly
    Rotelle Wagon wheel-shaped pasta Little wheels (from ruota-wheel)
    Rotini 2-edged spiral, tightly wound. Some vendors and brands are 3-edged and sold as rotini
    Spirali A tube which spirals round Spirals
    Spiralini More tightly-coiled fusilli Little spirals
    Strangolapreti Rolled across their width Priest-chokers or priest-stranglers
    Torchio Torch-shaped Winepress
    Trofie Thin twisted pasta
    Tubular Pasta
    Name Description Translation
    Bucatini Hollow spaghetti Little holes
    Calamarata Wide ring shaped pasta Squid (also known as “calamari”)
    Calamaretti Smaller Calamarata
    Cannelloni Large stuffable tubes Big pipes or reeds
    Cavatappi Corkscrew-shaped macaroni Corkscrews; also known as Cellentani and Spirali
    Cellentani Corkscrew-shaped tube
    Chifferi Short and wide macaroni
    Ditalini Short tubes, like elbows but shorter and without a bend Small fingers
    Fideua Short and thin tubes
    Gomito Maccheroni Bent tubes Elbow macaroni
    Elicoidali Slightly ribbed tube pasta; the ribs are corked as opposed to those on rigatoni Helicoidal
    Fagioloni Short narrow tube Little beans
    Garganelli Square egg noodle rolled into a tube
    Maccheroni As long as a little finger, usually striped
    Maccheroncelli Hollow pencil-shaped pasta
    Maltagliati Short wide pasta with diagonally cut ends Roughly cut
    Manicotti Large ridged tubes that are stuffed Sleeves, from the Italian word manica
    Mezzani Pasta Short curved tube From Mezzo meaning half-size
    Mezze Penne Short version of penne Half-pens
    Mezze Bombardoni Short, wide tubes Half bombards
    Mostaccioli Sometimes mistakenly used as another name for Penne, Mostaccioli differ in that they do not have ridges. Mostaccioli are also called Penne Lisce or “smooth penne” Mustaches
    Paccheri Large tube
    Pasta al Ceppo Shaped like a cinnamon stick
    Penne Medium length tubes with ridges, cut diagonally at both ends Literally “pens” because the tip is similar to that of a quill, or fountain pen
    Penne Rigate Penne with ridged sides
    Penne Lisce Penne with smooth sides
    Penne Zita Wider version of penne
    Pennette Short thin version of penne
    Pennoni Wider version of penne
    Perciatelli Thicker bucatini From the verb Perciare meaning ?Hollow inside?
    Rigatoncini Smaller version of rigatoni
    Rigatoni Large and slightly curved tube From riga, meaning line: rigatoni is pasta with lines (large). Rigato or rigate, when added to another pasta name means lined, or, with ridges added, as in “spaghetti rigati”
    Sagne Incannulate Long tube formed of twisted ribbon
    Trenne Penne shaped as a triangle
    Trennette Smaller version of trenne
    Tortiglioni Narrower rigatoni From the verb Torcere meaning ?to twist.? Twisted, wringed
    Tuffoli Ridged rigatoni
    Ziti Long, narrow hose-like tubes
    Zitoni Wider version of Ziti
    Strand Pasta
    Name Description Translation
    Spaghettoni Thick spaghetti Thick little twine
    Spaghetti Most common round-rod pasta Spago means twine, spaghetto means little twine, spaghetti is plural
    Spaghettini Thin spaghetti Thin little twine
    Fedelini Between spaghetti and vermicelli in size Little faithful ones
    Vermicelloni Thick vermicelli Thick little worms
    Vermicelli Thicker than capellini, thinner than fedelini Little worms
    Capellini Thinner than vermicelli, thicker than angel hair Fine hair
    Capellini d?angelo Thinnest round-rod pasta Angel hair
    In order of thickest to thinnest.

    Various Strand Pasta
    Name Description Translation
    Barbina Thin strands often coiled into nests Little beards
    Spaghetti alla Chitarra Similar to spaghetti, except square rather than round, and made of egg in addition to flour Named after the device used to cut the pasta, which has a wooden frame strung with metal wires. Sheets of pasta are pressed down onto the device, and then the wires are “strummed” so that the slivers of pasta fall through
    Ciriole Thicker version of chitarra
    Fusilli Lunghi Very long coiled rods (like a thin telephone cord) Long rifles
    Pici Very thick, long, hand rolled
    Ribbon Pasta
    Name Description Translation
    Bavette Narrower version of tagliatelle Little thread
    Bavettine Narrower version of bavette
    Fettuce Wider version of fettuccine Ribbons
    Fettuccine Ribbon of pasta approximately 6.5 millimeters wide Little ribbons
    Fettucelle Narrower version of fettuccine
    Lagane Wide noodles
    Lasagne Very wide noodles that often have fluted edges Cooking pot
    Lasagnette Narrower version of lasagne
    Lasagnotte Longer version of lasagna
    Linguettine Narrower version of linguine
    Linguine Flattened spaghetti Little tongues
    Mafalde Short rectangular ribbons
    Mafaldine Long ribbons with ruffled sides
    Pappardelle Thick flat ribbon
    Pillus Very thin ribbons
    Pizzoccheri Ribbon pasta made from buckwheat
    Reginette Wide ribbon with rippled edges Little queens
    Sagnarelli Rectangular ribbons with fluted edges
    Sciatelli of Sciatelli Home-made long spaghetti with a twisted long spiral
    Stringozzi Similar to shoelaces From stringhe, meaning shoestrings
    Tagliatelle Ribbon fairly thinner than fettucine From “tagliare” – to cut
    Taglierini Thinner version of Tagliatelle
    Trenette Thin ribbon ridged on one side
    Tripoline Thick ribbon ridged on one side
    Micro Pasta
    Name Description Translation
    Acini di Pepe Bead-like pasta Peppercorns
    Anelli Small rings of pasta Rings
    Anellini Smaller version of Anelli Little rings
    Conchigliette Small shell shaped pasta Little shells
    Corallini Small short tubes of pasta Little corals
    Ditali Small short tubes Thimbles
    Ditalini Smaller version of Ditali Little thimbles
    Farfalline Small bow tie shaped pasta Either bowties or little butterflies
    Fideos Short thin pasta
    Filini Smaller version of Fideos Thin threads; (from filo, meaning thread)
    Fregula Bead-like pasta from Sardinia
    Funghini Small mushroom shaped pasta Little mushrooms
    Ochi di Pernice Very small rings of pasta Partridge?s eyes
    Orzo Rice shaped pasta, also ?Risoni? Barley
    Pastina Small spheres about the same size or smaller than Acini di Pepe Little pasta
    Pearl Pasta Spheres slightly larger than Acini di Pepe
    Quadrettini Small flat squares of pasta Little squares
    Risi Smaller version of Orzo Little rice
    Seme di Melone Small seed shaped pasta Melon seeds
    Stelle Small star-shaped pasta Stars
    Stelline Smaller version of Stelle Little stars
    Stortini Smaller version of elbow macaroni Little crooked ones
    Trachana Granular, irregular shaped pasta of Greek origin
    Stuffed Pasta
    Name Description Translation
    Agnolotti Semi-circular pockets; can be stuffed with ricotta or mix of cheese and meats or pureed vegetables Lambs? ears
    Cannelloni Oven cooked, stuffed rolls of pasta Big tubes
    Casoncelli A semi-circular stuffed pasta, specifically associated with the style alla bergamasca, which is stuffed with a mixture of bread crumbs, egg, cheese, ground beef, salami, raisins, Amaretti biscuits, pear, and garlic
    Fagottini A ‘purse’ or bundle of pasta, made from a round of dough gathered into a ball-shaped bundle, often stuffed with ricotta and fresh pear Little purses
    Mezzelune Semi-circular pockets; about 2.5 in. diameter Half-moons
    Occhi di Lupo A large, penne shaped pasta that is stuffed Eyes of the Wolf
    Panzerotti Pasta made from eggs cheese and flour
    Pelmeni Meat-filled dumplings, usually served in broth
    Pierogi Dumplings filled with meat, vegetables, cheese or fruit
    Ravioli Square. About 3x3cm. Stuffed with cheese, ground meat, pureed vegetables, or mixtures thereof Possibly from rapa, “turnip”
    Sacchettini Little sacks
    Tortellini Ring-shaped. Stuffed with a mixture of meat and cheese
    Tortelloni Larger version of Tortellini

    Ambrose
    Member

    which are you then ?

    Name Description Translation
    Campanelle Flattened bell-shaped pasta with a frilly edge on one end Little bells
    Capunti Short convex ovals resembling an open empty pea pod
    Casarecce Short lengths rolled into an S shape From casereccio meaning homemade
    Cavatelli Short, solid lengths From the verb cavare meaning to hollow
    Cencioni Petal shaped, slightly curved with rough convex side Little rags
    Conchiglie Seashell shaped Shells
    Conchiglioni Large, stuffable seashell-shaped Large shells
    Corzetti Flat figure-eight stamped
    Creste di Galli Short, curved and ruffled Cocks? combs
    Croxetti Flat coin-shaped discs stamped with coats of arms Little crosses
    Fantolioni Panda-shaped bow-ties commonly served with boiled olives Pre-packaged pandas
    Farfalle Bow tie or butterfly shaped Butterflies
    Farfallone Larger bowties Large butterfly
    Fiorentine Grooved cut tubes Florentine
    Fiori Shaped like a flower Little flowers
    Foglie d?ulivo Shaped like an olive leaf Olive leaf
    Fusilli Three-edged spiral, usually in mixed colors. Many vendors and brands sold as fusilli are two-edged From fusile, archaic/dialect form of fucile, meaning rifle. As the inside barrel of a gun is “rifled” using a similar screw-shaped device
    Fusilli Bucati A spring-shaped variety of the above Holed rifles
    Gemelli A single S-shaped strand of pasta twisted in a loose spiral Twins
    Gigli Cone or flower shaped Lilies
    Gnocchi Round in shape and often made with flour plus potatoes From the Italian gnocco, meaning “a knot in wood”
    Gramigna Short, curled lengths of pasta Scutch-grass; more generically, “infesting weed”
    Lanterne Curved ridges Lantern holders
    Lumache Snail-shaped From lumaca, meaning snail
    Lumaconi Jumbo lumache Large snails
    Maltagliati Flat roughly cut triangles Badly cut
    Mandala Designed by Philippe Starck in 1987 for French pasta-maker Panzani Design based on compensating for overcooking
    Marille Designed by Giorgetto Guigiaro in 1983 – like a rolling ocean wave in cross-section with internal rugosities, but unsuccessful and no longer produced From mare, meaning ?sea?
    Orecchiette Bowl or ear shaped pasta Little ears
    Pipe Larger version of macaroni Smoking pipes
    Quadrefiore Square with rippled edges Flower quadrants
    Radiatore Shaped like radiators Radiator
    Ricciolini Short wide pasta with a 90-degree twist From riccio, curly
    Ricciutelle Short spiraled pasta From riccio, curly
    Rotelle Wagon wheel-shaped pasta Little wheels (from ruota-wheel)
    Rotini 2-edged spiral, tightly wound. Some vendors and brands are 3-edged and sold as rotini
    Spirali A tube which spirals round Spirals
    Spiralini More tightly-coiled fusilli Little spirals
    Strangolapreti Rolled across their width Priest-chokers or priest-stranglers
    Torchio Torch-shaped Winepress
    Trofie Thin twisted pasta
    Tubular Pasta
    Name Description Translation
    Bucatini Hollow spaghetti Little holes
    Calamarata Wide ring shaped pasta Squid (also known as “calamari”)
    Calamaretti Smaller Calamarata
    Cannelloni Large stuffable tubes Big pipes or reeds
    Cavatappi Corkscrew-shaped macaroni Corkscrews; also known as Cellentani and Spirali
    Cellentani Corkscrew-shaped tube
    Chifferi Short and wide macaroni
    Ditalini Short tubes, like elbows but shorter and without a bend Small fingers
    Fideua Short and thin tubes
    Gomito Maccheroni Bent tubes Elbow macaroni
    Elicoidali Slightly ribbed tube pasta; the ribs are corked as opposed to those on rigatoni Helicoidal
    Fagioloni Short narrow tube Little beans
    Garganelli Square egg noodle rolled into a tube
    Maccheroni As long as a little finger, usually striped
    Maccheroncelli Hollow pencil-shaped pasta
    Maltagliati Short wide pasta with diagonally cut ends Roughly cut
    Manicotti Large ridged tubes that are stuffed Sleeves, from the Italian word manica
    Mezzani Pasta Short curved tube From Mezzo meaning half-size
    Mezze Penne Short version of penne Half-pens
    Mezze Bombardoni Short, wide tubes Half bombards
    Mostaccioli Sometimes mistakenly used as another name for Penne, Mostaccioli differ in that they do not have ridges. Mostaccioli are also called Penne Lisce or “smooth penne” Mustaches
    Paccheri Large tube
    Pasta al Ceppo Shaped like a cinnamon stick
    Penne Medium length tubes with ridges, cut diagonally at both ends Literally “pens” because the tip is similar to that of a quill, or fountain pen
    Penne Rigate Penne with ridged sides
    Penne Lisce Penne with smooth sides
    Penne Zita Wider version of penne
    Pennette Short thin version of penne
    Pennoni Wider version of penne
    Perciatelli Thicker bucatini From the verb Perciare meaning ?Hollow inside?
    Rigatoncini Smaller version of rigatoni
    Rigatoni Large and slightly curved tube From riga, meaning line: rigatoni is pasta with lines (large). Rigato or rigate, when added to another pasta name means lined, or, with ridges added, as in “spaghetti rigati”
    Sagne Incannulate Long tube formed of twisted ribbon
    Trenne Penne shaped as a triangle
    Trennette Smaller version of trenne
    Tortiglioni Narrower rigatoni From the verb Torcere meaning ?to twist.? Twisted, wringed
    Tuffoli Ridged rigatoni
    Ziti Long, narrow hose-like tubes
    Zitoni Wider version of Ziti
    Strand Pasta
    Name Description Translation
    Spaghettoni Thick spaghetti Thick little twine
    Spaghetti Most common round-rod pasta Spago means twine, spaghetto means little twine, spaghetti is plural
    Spaghettini Thin spaghetti Thin little twine
    Fedelini Between spaghetti and vermicelli in size Little faithful ones
    Vermicelloni Thick vermicelli Thick little worms
    Vermicelli Thicker than capellini, thinner than fedelini Little worms
    Capellini Thinner than vermicelli, thicker than angel hair Fine hair
    Capellini d?angelo Thinnest round-rod pasta Angel hair
    In order of thickest to thinnest.

    Various Strand Pasta
    Name Description Translation
    Barbina Thin strands often coiled into nests Little beards
    Spaghetti alla Chitarra Similar to spaghetti, except square rather than round, and made of egg in addition to flour Named after the device used to cut the pasta, which has a wooden frame strung with metal wires. Sheets of pasta are pressed down onto the device, and then the wires are “strummed” so that the slivers of pasta fall through
    Ciriole Thicker version of chitarra
    Fusilli Lunghi Very long coiled rods (like a thin telephone cord) Long rifles
    Pici Very thick, long, hand rolled
    Ribbon Pasta
    Name Description Translation
    Bavette Narrower version of tagliatelle Little thread
    Bavettine Narrower version of bavette
    Fettuce Wider version of fettuccine Ribbons
    Fettuccine Ribbon of pasta approximately 6.5 millimeters wide Little ribbons
    Fettucelle Narrower version of fettuccine
    Lagane Wide noodles
    Lasagne Very wide noodles that often have fluted edges Cooking pot
    Lasagnette Narrower version of lasagne
    Lasagnotte Longer version of lasagna
    Linguettine Narrower version of linguine
    Linguine Flattened spaghetti Little tongues
    Mafalde Short rectangular ribbons
    Mafaldine Long ribbons with ruffled sides
    Pappardelle Thick flat ribbon
    Pillus Very thin ribbons
    Pizzoccheri Ribbon pasta made from buckwheat
    Reginette Wide ribbon with rippled edges Little queens
    Sagnarelli Rectangular ribbons with fluted edges
    Sciatelli of Sciatelli Home-made long spaghetti with a twisted long spiral
    Stringozzi Similar to shoelaces From stringhe, meaning shoestrings
    Tagliatelle Ribbon fairly thinner than fettucine From “tagliare” – to cut
    Taglierini Thinner version of Tagliatelle
    Trenette Thin ribbon ridged on one side
    Tripoline Thick ribbon ridged on one side
    Micro Pasta
    Name Description Translation
    Acini di Pepe Bead-like pasta Peppercorns
    Anelli Small rings of pasta Rings
    Anellini Smaller version of Anelli Little rings
    Conchigliette Small shell shaped pasta Little shells
    Corallini Small short tubes of pasta Little corals
    Ditali Small short tubes Thimbles
    Ditalini Smaller version of Ditali Little thimbles
    Farfalline Small bow tie shaped pasta Either bowties or little butterflies
    Fideos Short thin pasta
    Filini Smaller version of Fideos Thin threads; (from filo, meaning thread)
    Fregula Bead-like pasta from Sardinia
    Funghini Small mushroom shaped pasta Little mushrooms
    Ochi di Pernice Very small rings of pasta Partridge?s eyes
    Orzo Rice shaped pasta, also ?Risoni? Barley
    Pastina Small spheres about the same size or smaller than Acini di Pepe Little pasta
    Pearl Pasta Spheres slightly larger than Acini di Pepe
    Quadrettini Small flat squares of pasta Little squares
    Risi Smaller version of Orzo Little rice
    Seme di Melone Small seed shaped pasta Melon seeds
    Stelle Small star-shaped pasta Stars
    Stelline Smaller version of Stelle Little stars
    Stortini Smaller version of elbow macaroni Little crooked ones
    Trachana Granular, irregular shaped pasta of Greek origin
    Stuffed Pasta
    Name Description Translation
    Agnolotti Semi-circular pockets; can be stuffed with ricotta or mix of cheese and meats or pureed vegetables Lambs? ears
    Cannelloni Oven cooked, stuffed rolls of pasta Big tubes
    Casoncelli A semi-circular stuffed pasta, specifically associated with the style alla bergamasca, which is stuffed with a mixture of bread crumbs, egg, cheese, ground beef, salami, raisins, Amaretti biscuits, pear, and garlic
    Fagottini A ‘purse’ or bundle of pasta, made from a round of dough gathered into a ball-shaped bundle, often stuffed with ricotta and fresh pear Little purses
    Mezzelune Semi-circular pockets; about 2.5 in. diameter Half-moons
    Occhi di Lupo A large, penne shaped pasta that is stuffed Eyes of the Wolf
    Panzerotti Pasta made from eggs cheese and flour
    Pelmeni Meat-filled dumplings, usually served in broth
    Pierogi Dumplings filled with meat, vegetables, cheese or fruit
    Ravioli Square. About 3x3cm. Stuffed with cheese, ground meat, pureed vegetables, or mixtures thereof Possibly from rapa, “turnip”
    Sacchettini Little sacks
    Tortellini Ring-shaped. Stuffed with a mixture of meat and cheese
    Tortelloni Larger version of Tortellini

    Surely the longest ever double post?

    sweepy
    Member

    Ramen brother 🙂

    Ambrose
    Member

    And now I’m hungry- cheers for that 🙁

    Surely the longest ever double post?

    like 😀

    I thought I had heard that stuff somewhere before!

    Jamie
    Member

    Surely the longest ever double post?

    Not as if they wrote it all out.

    …probably just used copy and pasta.

    Premier Icon MoreCashThanDash
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    Jamie – you’re barred!

    Premier Icon wwaswas
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    It’s made me cross – I have a short fusilli.

    Premier Icon somafunk
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    Unfitgeezer : We pastafarians don’t care for religious differences between varieties, at the end of the day we all cling to the wall if thrown hard enough.

    Premier Icon midlifecrashes
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    Ramen brother!

    Premier Icon zippykona
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    I’m going to put penne to paper and complain about you lot.

    athgray
    Member

    I was looking for some purpose in my life. Upon reading this thread the penne has just dropped.

    Premier Icon aracer
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    Surely the longest ever double post? quote

    brakes
    Member

    I thought I was the only one, and was feeling canneloni.

    Premier Icon gofasterstripes
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    Next time I hope they mention mine: Dudism

    Premier Icon gofasterstripes
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    Oh, and Jamie I think you meant

    Premier Icon somafunk
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    Looks like Jamie’s photoshop throne of awsumz has been stolen from under him by gofasterstripes.

    I bet Jamie is slowly simmering and just waiting to bite back – he’ll be tossing and going (pine)nuts over such a threat to his photoshop throne

    Premier Icon somafunk
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    I say “religion” but i choose it as is really just a box filler as such, it troubles me to leave the “religion” box empty on forms and would rather write “pastafarian” than “none”

    Pastafarian got a mention and Paxman uttered the words “the flying spaghetti monster” – i expect a mass exodus to this one true faith.

    Sign up here for wannabe pastafarian believers – down wi all other religions.

    Spin
    Member

    It doesn’t happen often but I got the starter question on that right and proceded to get all the bonus questions right too.

    No doubt you all want me to impregnate you now.

    Premier Icon gofasterstripes
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    No doubt you all want me to impregnate you now.

    I already have, thank me later.

    Jamie
    Member

    Looks like Jamie’s photoshop throne of awsumz has been stolen from under him by gofasterstripes.

    I bet Jamie is slowly simmering and just waiting to bite back – he’ll be tossing and going (pine)nuts over such a threat to his photoshop throne

    Nah, I’m fine with it. It was getting pasta joke, anyway.

    Premier Icon Pik n Mix
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    at the end of the day we all cling to the wall if thrown hard enough.

    Only when cooked otherwise its a tragic humpy dumpty kind of affair.

    Premier Icon wwaswas
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    “Ok, who threw that?”

    baby
    Member

    Several premier members have posted on this but none have used the Tag ‘liatelle’ yet?

    Shame on you.

    Jamie
    Member

    What is the sauce for this religion, anyway?

    Premier Icon somafunk
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    What is the sauce for this religion, anyway?

    No sauce for the STW cognoscenti, the only acceptable dressing that binds us as a religion is a toss in cold pressed virgin olive oil by buxom italian beauties………… Oh?…..you meant what sauce for the pasta?.

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