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Old 12th September 2017, 1:25 PM   #61
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Only if you're crap and you can't handle a pint.
you got me there

not everywhere sells pints in Sydney though
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Old 4th October 2017, 11:41 AM   #62
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I mean like this guy's. After a hard, long afternoon of talking shit, I wanna be able to go to a clubs tuck shop and get some steamed dimmies.

Fuck buying them and cooking them. Way too hard.
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Old 11th October 2017, 2:40 PM   #63
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you got me there

not everywhere sells pints in Sydney though
That's what i hated about Sydney. But now living in Melbourne, everyone has Pints. Don't do schooners really. What a great state

Damn i want some dimmies now.
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Old 12th October 2017, 11:20 AM   #64
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Fuck buying them and cooking them. Way too hard.
Buy frozen, put a couple in the microwave in a container with a few tablespoons of water, microwave for 50sec-1min per dim sim, profit.

Not too hard at all.
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That's what i hated about Sydney. But now living in Melbourne, everyone has Pints. Don't do schooners really. What a great state
worse is when you ask for a schooner (425ml) and you get a schmiddy size (~ 350ml) but are charged schooner rates
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You can get the classic sports club style dimmies from Woolworths - I wonder if they have them over in Perth?

We used to have them all the time - you put them in bowl with some water, put some glad wrap over them and zap them - BOOM steamed dimmy
Can confirm that both Woolworths and Coles have these available in Perth. I don't remember seeing them elsewhere, not that I've looked. When the mrs and kid are away for the weekend, I have a not very nutritious weekend surviving off of these

Six at a time takes 5 minutes in the microwave (50 seconds per dim sim and cbf mathing time for non round quantities). Just a tablespoon of water and they come out magnificent! A little BBQ sauce for dipping and I'm set for Netflix binging.
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I have a not very nutritious weekend surviving off of these
But do they taste nice or is it just because they are easy to heat up?
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worse is when you ask for a schooner (425ml) and you get a schmiddy size (~ 350ml) but are charged schooner rates
I hadn't even heard of a schmiddy till just now and i'm offended they could do such a thing!!

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But do they taste nice or is it just because they are easy to heat up?
Eh, a bit of column A, a bit of column B.
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I hadn't even heard of a schmiddy till just now and i'm offended they could do such a thing!!

Tell me about it!!!
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