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    What comes to mind when you hear "Eskimo"?

    Ice cream or churrasco? Or both?
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    Quote Originally Posted by AarontheGreat View Post
    What comes to mind when you hear "Eskimo"?

    Ice cream or churrasco? Or both?
    My first date with my wife twenty years ago at the Eskimo restaurant in Managua
    She brought along a coworker as a chaperone a I realized
    I forget my wallet when the cuenta arrived

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    I use to be with an Indio from Alaska. I said, "So you are an Eskimo, right?"

    She said no, and in fact Eskimo is an insult. It means fish eater or something like that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by randude View Post
    I use to be with an Indio from Alaska. I said, "So you are an Eskimo, right?"

    She said no, and in fact Eskimo is an insult. It means fish eater or something like that.
    So I'm an Eskimo? Nice

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    Quote Originally Posted by randude View Post
    I use to be with an Indio from Alaska. I said, "So you are an Eskimo, right?"

    She said no, and in fact Eskimo is an insult. It means fish eater or something like that.

    I think it means in a more literal translation...."Smells like a fish".
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    Quote Originally Posted by bikingo View Post
    My first date with my wife twenty years ago at the Eskimo restaurant in Managua
    She brought along a coworker as a chaperone a I realized
    I forget my wallet when the cuenta arrived
    She still loved you, obviously! How did you get out of that one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AarontheGreat View Post
    She still loved you, obviously! How did you get out of that one?
    I left it at the office we took a
    Taxi there and I
    Settled up. I was lucky she has the willingness and the money to pay the bill. Our second date we went back and I was horrified when my front tooth which was a pin came out in my churrasco. Luckily I got back in without her seeing and no one was
    The wiser. I never took her back to the eskimo

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    I met Bikingo at his boat one time in the USA. He and his crew were modifying it for a different kind of fishing.

    He is a nice looking guy with a lot of charisma and the skipper of the boat. What woman wouldn't want him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by randude View Post
    i met bikingo at his boat one time in the usa. He and his crew were modifying it for a different kind of fishing.

    He is a nice looking guy with a lot of charisma and the skipper of the boat. What woman wouldn't want him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AarontheGreat View Post
    What comes to mind when you hear "Eskimo"?

    Ice cream or churrasco? Or both?
    Well, it used to the be the iconic ice cream bar. Now it's "Smelley Fish Eater".

    Ignorance is often bliss: this is the kind of thing that sticks in your head and pops up every time you eat ice cream.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Just Plain John Wayne View Post
    ginger.... :d
    True, but I got mary ann

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    Quote Originally Posted by bikingo View Post
    I left it at the office we took a
    Taxi there and I
    Settled up. I was lucky she has the willingness and the money to pay the bill. Our second date we went back and I was horrified when my front tooth which was a pin came out in my churrasco. Luckily I got back in without her seeing and no one was
    The wiser. I never took her back to the eskimo
    She was definitely a keeper, you are lucky man
    Dios es Amor!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bikingo View Post
    True, but I got mary ann
    To be called a "Has Been" I must surmise, is much Greater than to be called a "Nevah Been"... JW...



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