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Re: It's Dinner Time: Celerly Sricks and dips!

Postby miltiades » Fri Nov 27, 2015 6:01 pm

DrCyprus wrote:Evil people wishing evil things on people they disagree with then trying to tell everyone else they are "the good guys".

This forum is meant to be for adults, however on occasions a psychopath makes an entrance as well as naive and rather stupid people. To wish someone death is indicative of the individuals weekness and insecurity.
Now, I can take anyone on as indeed I have done for more than 9 years, but I will never wish on anyone death or inslult anyones family, as indeed this boy has done, copying his master the psychopath!!
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Re: It's Dinner Time: Celerly Sricks and dips!

Postby repulsewarrior » Fri Nov 27, 2015 6:05 pm

well said, milti.
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Re: It's Dinner Time: Celerly Sricks and dips!

Postby Pyrpolizer » Fri Nov 27, 2015 10:47 pm

I don't know in what sense he said "All I can say is good Riddance when you croak it in a few months!" probably in the sense that he is absolutely convinced Milti will die because of his wine drinking habit, hence it's all his fault. However all evidence points to the opposite,other than his diabetes the man is healthy, he will just get more crazy by drinking more i.e :wink: :lol:

Anyway if you ask a really good doctors he will tell you each human is different, certain parameters in blood analysis might cause huge problems to some and absolutely nothing to others...

I personally eat tons of sugar every day. I start my day with a 300ml cyprus coffee 3 full teaspoons coffee 5-6 sugar.
2-3 chocolates per day, almond sweets, I even bought a Christmas cake today (it's only end of November) and just "tasted" the first quarter. I have caramels in the first drawer of my office,and jello sweets. And that's not all, juices with sugar, cokes with sugar -hate those diet ones.
If I don't get something sweet for a whole day i feel sort of "dry"...
Everybody suspects I am diabetic, but I am not, done many blood tests, all clear.

I never understood those people who impose heavy restrictions on themselves because presumably they want to live.
So they will live longer, so?
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Re: It's Dinner Time: Celerly Sricks and dips!

Postby repulsewarrior » Sat Nov 28, 2015 1:34 am

...i make the most outrageous pastichio, once or twice a year, and i make a party of it so that what leftovers there are, are few.

Balance, i say, that's a great reduction from eating the same dish once or twice a month. (and i make sure to eat a lot of leafy dark green salad with it)

...sometimes i make these chocolate/nut based desserts, also filled with butter, topped with whipped cream, and sweetly delicious; still, i don't eat them, that's all.
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Re: It's Dinner Time: Celerly Sricks and dips!

Postby Paphitis » Sat Nov 28, 2015 1:44 am

Pyrpolizer wrote:I don't know in what sense he said "All I can say is good Riddance when you croak it in a few months!" probably in the sense that he is absolutely convinced Milti will die because of his wine drinking habit, hence it's all his fault. However all evidence points to the opposite,other than his diabetes the man is healthy, he will just get more crazy by drinking more i.e :wink: :lol:

Anyway if you ask a really good doctors he will tell you each human is different, certain parameters in blood analysis might cause huge problems to some and absolutely nothing to others...

I personally eat tons of sugar every day. I start my day with a 300ml cyprus coffee 3 full teaspoons coffee 5-6 sugar.
2-3 chocolates per day, almond sweets, I even bought a Christmas cake today (it's only end of November) and just "tasted" the first quarter. I have caramels in the first drawer of my office,and jello sweets. And that's not all, juices with sugar, cokes with sugar -hate those diet ones.
If I don't get something sweet for a whole day i feel sort of "dry"...
Everybody suspects I am diabetic, but I am not, done many blood tests, all clear.

I never understood those people who impose heavy restrictions on themselves because presumably they want to live.
So they will live longer, so?


I got a scare from a Doctor who called me up to do a 10 hour fast sugar blood test. Could lose my ICAO Class 1

Oh btw, the medicals have changed too.

So anyway, I don't have any sugar at all. Even avoid certain vegetables, fruit, and foods as well as Carbs.

Eat a lot of red and white meat. Salads, veggies and fish.

Also lost 7 kg doing it too. Exercise more.

Diabetes ran rampant through the family so I am a bit scared about it.
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Re: It's Dinner Time: Celerly Sricks and dips!

Postby miltiades » Sat Nov 28, 2015 8:32 am

I inherited my love of wine from my late grandfather who would drink a lamitzana of red wine each night. He lived to be 104 years old.

As a young boy I used to visit him and help crush the grapes the traditional way, shoes off and jump up and down on the grapes.

My late wife never touched a drop, did not smoke either, very English in her ways and very selective in what she ate. She died of cancer age 63. My late sister too, a non drinker, non smoker, she too died of cancer age 63.
My late father passed away age 83, he would have lived much longer but was a very stubborn man and did not believe in modern medicine, antibiotics, flue injections etc. He died of pneumonia.

I'm now 69 and a half, relatively healthy apart from my diabetes and prostate cancer ,and of late acute sciatica :lol:


Red wine will one day be offered on the NHS , a glass a day :lol:

Certain pleasurable physical activities naturally diminish as one gets older, thankfully I partake in such activities at least ....once a year :lol:

Three things happen as one gets older.
First your memory becomes less acute.
Second and third I cant quite remember right now :lol:
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