Being in a foreigh Country can have it's advantages.

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  1. DaveyR

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    Paul and I went supermarket shopping on our way back from work today. Normally it is a pretty tedious task but today was fun. :smile:

    The first aisle is made up of the fresh meat fridges(ironic considering today's events) and is pretty wide. I'm one side Paul is about 3-4 metres away at the other side. I'm at the cooler containing all the chicken produce when I look to my left and see this drop dead gorgeous mega fit Spanish guy around 25-30 years old next to me.

    In a flash I turned and yelled to Paul across the aisle "do you fancy chicken tonight"? "Hell yeah" came the reply and we both collapsed into laughter.

    Now I'm sure he did not understand a word we said but the smirk on his face said he had a good idea. :biggrin1:

    He did look embarassed when his girlfriend appeared though. :redface:
     
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    Was your reference to chicken meant to be the slang chicken? lol...
     
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    Let's just say I wasn't thinking of food :tongue:
     
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    I always think it's funny/interesting how true meaning translates cross-culturally.
     
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