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Fat Dave was obviously not content with pork and... err, whatever Djoko's edible equivalent is - he just had to complete this week's fine dining with a good helping of Swiss cheese

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Good one! I don't mind showing up for the roastings of my favorite player. Unlike RFK who never shows up on the piggy roasting thread, It's all in good fun!
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2007 has seen a surge in cheese connoisseurs. Apparently people have developed a taste for fine fromage.
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Fat Dave was obviously not content with pork and... err, whatever Djoko's edible equivalent is - he just had to complete this week's fine dining with a good helping of Swiss cheese
Djokodillo Roadkill. Too bad RonE and me drove along many of those, but we weren't able to stop in time to make a good pic of them. I can tell you it looks pretty nasty. Much worse than either Piggy Roast AND GOAT-cheese. Not as tasty, either.

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Djokodillo Roadkill. Too bad RonE and me drove along many of those, but we weren't able to stop in time to make a good pic of them. I can tell you it looks pretty nasty. Much worse than either Piggy Roast AND GOAT-cheese. Not as tasty, either.
I think Djokovic, even he hasn't won an slam yet, is ready to have his hunting, eating, or whatever someone would come up with, thread. He deserves the honour now.
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too bad sawan isnt here to spearhead that thread about djokodillo.

Maybe l_mac can do it.

its an honor to have a hunting thread. it means you have reached the big time

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too bad sawan isnt here to spearhead that thread about djokodillo.

Maybe l_mac can do it.

its an honor to have a hunting thread. it means you have reached the big time
Roll of Honor:

Federer (swiss cheese, spartan thread)

Nadal (piggy roasting)

Roddick (Duck Hunt)

Hewitt (potato peeling thread)

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too bad sawan isnt here to spearhead that thread about djokodillo.

Maybe l_mac can do it.

its an honor to have a hunting thread. it means you have reached the big time
Indeed.

Roadkill is PERFECT, Karin. Its not quite as complimentary as cheese or bacon...but that seems to fit, doesn't it?
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Federer (swiss cheese, spartan thread)

Nadal (piggy roasting)

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Hewitt ? (i'm not sure, but i think he had one of these threads not long ago)
You dont know?

eggy's potato peeling thread is one of the original ones.

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You dont know?

eggy's potato peeling thread is one of the original ones.
Now i do. Thanks for the info
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You dont know?

eggy's potato peeling thread is one of the original ones.
I'm sure I'll regret this, but what in the WORLD does peeling potatoes have to do with Hewitt?
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I'm sure I'll regret this, but what in the WORLD does peeling potatoes have to do with Hewitt?
kafelinkov said sth along the lines..."playing hewitt is like being in a potato field".

im not sure what he was trying to say but thats where it was born.

kafelnikov got smashed by hewitt and made that comment in an interview. boiledegg is the one who made the thread and knows more about the origins that I do.

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Djokodillo Roadkill. Too bad RonE and me drove along many of those, but we weren't able to stop in time to make a good pic of them. I can tell you it looks pretty nasty. Much worse than either Piggy Roast AND GOAT-cheese. Not as tasty, either.
Can somebody post a pic of Djokodillo Roadkill please I do think Djoko needs to win his first slam before he gets his own roasting thread.
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kafelinkov said sth along the lines..."playing hewitt is like being in a potato field".

im not sure what he was trying to say but thats where it was born.

kafelnikov got smashed by hewitt and made that comment in an interview. boiledegg is the one who made the thread and knows more about the origins that I do.
God I love Russians. Anyone who can compare tennis to a potato field is
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For whom the bell tolls...



Poor Rogi hadn't realized it was for him as evident from his facial expression betraying his astonishment towards the end of the match:




What happened in a nutshell: crafty Nalby displayed his talent and milked Rogi dry

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