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Marauder
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5/21/2010 1:34:07 PM
Posted: 6 years ago
is it safe to claim this man can eat anything to the degree of chuck norris level awsome? To use Bear in chuck norris style jokes?

like.....
In threat of a nuclear strike, Bear Grylls is called to eat the missil if nescisarry to survive. you tell him it could save his life and he will eat it.
or
Bear Grylls can survive the Chuck Norris roundhouse kick by eating it.
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Lock Bear Grylls up in a room with nothing in it and he will still find something to eat and survive on.
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5/21/2010 1:37:36 PM
Posted: 6 years ago
At 5/21/2010 1:34:07 PM, Marauder wrote:




is it safe to claim this man can eat anything to the degree of chuck norris level awsome? To use Bear in chuck norris style jokes?

like.....
In threat of a nuclear strike, Bear Grylls is called to eat the missil if nescisarry to survive. you tell him it could save his life and he will eat it.
or
Bear Grylls can survive the Chuck Norris roundhouse kick by eating it.
or
Lock Bear Grylls up in a room with nothing in it and he will still find something to eat and survive on.

Yeah....what does this even mean?
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5/21/2010 1:43:33 PM
Posted: 6 years ago
At 5/21/2010 1:37:36 PM, Hurstman wrote:

Yeah....what does this even mean?

chuck norris is just a christian martial artist who's roundhouse kick has acended to mythological levels of awsome in the minds of many.

I ask if Bear Grylls can become the same as that except through his stomach.
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5/21/2010 1:46:18 PM
Posted: 6 years ago
At 5/21/2010 1:43:33 PM, Marauder wrote:
At 5/21/2010 1:37:36 PM, Hurstman wrote:

Yeah....what does this even mean?

chuck norris is just a christian martial artist who's roundhouse kick has acended to mythological levels of awsome in the minds of many.

I ask if Bear Grylls can become the same as that except through his stomach.

I know Chuck Norris. Who's Bear Grylls?
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5/21/2010 1:52:19 PM
Posted: 6 years ago
At 5/21/2010 1:46:18 PM, Hurstman wrote:
At 5/21/2010 1:43:33 PM, Marauder wrote:
At 5/21/2010 1:37:36 PM, Hurstman wrote:

Yeah....what does this even mean?

chuck norris is just a christian martial artist who's roundhouse kick has acended to mythological levels of awsome in the minds of many.

I ask if Bear Grylls can become the same as that except through his stomach.

I know Chuck Norris. Who's Bear Grylls?

the british guy in the vidoes eating a bug burger, drinking elephant crap, and so much more! he's the host of a show called man vs wild http://en.wikipedia.org...
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5/21/2010 1:55:23 PM
Posted: 6 years ago
At 5/21/2010 1:52:10 PM, Koopin wrote:
He is almost as cool as me.




lol. :)
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5/24/2010 11:29:18 AM
Posted: 6 years ago
I wonder if he's ever been to a bear grill?

In Russia they serve bear in restaurants – I had a delicious bear stew in a little village not far from St. Petersburg once.

I wanted to ask the waiter if the bear was sustainably-sourced, ethically-reared and slaughtered in accordance with the highest animal welfare standards but I didn't know how to say that in Russian so I just assumed that it was and ordered it anyway!
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5/24/2010 11:35:02 AM
Posted: 6 years ago
At 5/24/2010 11:29:18 AM, brian_eggleston wrote:
I wonder if he's ever been to a bear grill?

In Russia they serve bear in restaurants – I had a delicious bear stew in a little village not far from St. Petersburg once.

I wanted to ask the waiter if the bear was sustainably-sourced, ethically-reared and slaughtered in accordance with the highest animal welfare standards but I didn't know how to say that in Russian so I just assumed that it was and ordered it anyway!

is poached bear anything like poached eggs???

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5/24/2010 3:41:44 PM
Posted: 6 years ago
At 5/24/2010 11:29:18 AM, brian_eggleston wrote:
I wonder if he's ever been to a bear grill?

In Russia they serve bear in restaurants – I had a delicious bear stew in a little village not far from St. Petersburg once.

I wanted to ask the waiter if the bear was sustainably-sourced, ethically-reared and slaughtered in accordance with the highest animal welfare standards but I didn't know how to say that in Russian so I just assumed that it was and ordered it anyway!

Bear is one of the few meats I've not tried, whats it like?
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5/26/2010 1:14:56 PM
Posted: 6 years ago
At 5/24/2010 3:41:44 PM, Lukas wrote:
At 5/24/2010 11:29:18 AM, brian_eggleston wrote:
I wonder if he's ever been to a bear grill?

In Russia they serve bear in restaurants – I had a delicious bear stew in a little village not far from St. Petersburg once.

I wanted to ask the waiter if the bear was sustainably-sourced, ethically-reared and slaughtered in accordance with the highest animal welfare standards but I didn't know how to say that in Russian so I just assumed that it was and ordered it anyway!

Bear is one of the few meats I've not tried, whats it like?

I don't suppose you want to try bear?
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5/26/2010 2:46:08 PM
Posted: 6 years ago
Most of those Bear Grylls videos are faked. Most times he stays in hots with proper meals, not under a rock\shrub\spiders nest.

Also, I thought Brian meant that restaurants served Bears in Russia meals, which had me thinking.
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5/26/2010 3:36:03 PM
Posted: 6 years ago
At 5/26/2010 1:14:56 PM, SukiWater wrote:
At 5/24/2010 3:41:44 PM, Lukas wrote:
At 5/24/2010 11:29:18 AM, brian_eggleston wrote:
I wonder if he's ever been to a bear grill?

In Russia they serve bear in restaurants – I had a delicious bear stew in a little village not far from St. Petersburg once.

I wanted to ask the waiter if the bear was sustainably-sourced, ethically-reared and slaughtered in accordance with the highest animal welfare standards but I didn't know how to say that in Russian so I just assumed that it was and ordered it anyway!

Bear is one of the few meats I've not tried, whats it like?

I don't suppose you want to try bear?

Why not?
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5/26/2010 3:41:08 PM
Posted: 6 years ago
At 5/26/2010 3:36:03 PM, Lukas wrote:
At 5/26/2010 1:14:56 PM, SukiWater wrote:
At 5/24/2010 3:41:44 PM, Lukas wrote:
At 5/24/2010 11:29:18 AM, brian_eggleston wrote:
I wonder if he's ever been to a bear grill?

In Russia they serve bear in restaurants – I had a delicious bear stew in a little village not far from St. Petersburg once.

I wanted to ask the waiter if the bear was sustainably-sourced, ethically-reared and slaughtered in accordance with the highest animal welfare standards but I didn't know how to say that in Russian so I just assumed that it was and ordered it anyway!

Bear is one of the few meats I've not tried, whats it like?

I don't suppose you want to try bear?

Why not?

I don't know; perhaps because most are endangered?
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5/26/2010 3:51:23 PM
Posted: 6 years ago
Brown and Black bears aren't. Which is probably what would be sold as food.
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5/26/2010 3:56:08 PM
Posted: 6 years ago
At 5/26/2010 3:41:08 PM, SukiWater wrote:
At 5/26/2010 3:36:03 PM, Lukas wrote:
At 5/26/2010 1:14:56 PM, SukiWater wrote:
At 5/24/2010 3:41:44 PM, Lukas wrote:
At 5/24/2010 11:29:18 AM, brian_eggleston wrote:
I wonder if he's ever been to a bear grill?

In Russia they serve bear in restaurants – I had a delicious bear stew in a little village not far from St. Petersburg once.

I wanted to ask the waiter if the bear was sustainably-sourced, ethically-reared and slaughtered in accordance with the highest animal welfare standards but I didn't know how to say that in Russian so I just assumed that it was and ordered it anyway!

Bear is one of the few meats I've not tried, whats it like?

I don't suppose you want to try bear?

Why not?

I don't know; perhaps because most are endangered?

Where my wife comes from in the Balkans where its not uncommon to eat Bear. I'd not really stopped to think if they were endangered there, I'm pretty sure there not. If I thought they were I would definitely not eat it. Its not like I'm the kind of guy who would eat Panda if I were in China.
What can I say, I'm a bit of gastronaught. I love to try new foods. Charles Darwin was the same and was a member of a club called 'The Glutton Club' http://www.guardian.co.uk...
I don't think I would go so far as Owl but I have eaten some pretty funky things
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5/26/2010 3:57:09 PM
Posted: 6 years ago
At 5/26/2010 3:56:08 PM, Lukas wrote:
At 5/26/2010 3:41:08 PM, SukiWater wrote:
At 5/26/2010 3:36:03 PM, Lukas wrote:
At 5/26/2010 1:14:56 PM, SukiWater wrote:
At 5/24/2010 3:41:44 PM, Lukas wrote:
At 5/24/2010 11:29:18 AM, brian_eggleston wrote:
I wonder if he's ever been to a bear grill?

In Russia they serve bear in restaurants – I had a delicious bear stew in a little village not far from St. Petersburg once.

I wanted to ask the waiter if the bear was sustainably-sourced, ethically-reared and slaughtered in accordance with the highest animal welfare standards but I didn't know how to say that in Russian so I just assumed that it was and ordered it anyway!

Bear is one of the few meats I've not tried, whats it like?

I don't suppose you want to try bear?

Why not?

I don't know; perhaps because most are endangered?

Where my wife comes from in the Balkans where its not uncommon to eat Bear. I'd not really stopped to think if they were endangered there, I'm pretty sure there not. If I thought they were I would definitely not eat it. Its not like I'm the kind of guy who would eat Panda if I were in China.
What can I say, I'm a bit of gastronaught. I love to try new foods. Charles Darwin was the same and was a member of a club called 'The Glutton Club' http://www.guardian.co.uk...
I don't think I would go so far as Owl but I have eaten some pretty funky things

What kind of funky things? :p
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5/26/2010 4:10:38 PM
Posted: 6 years ago
At 5/26/2010 3:57:09 PM, SukiWater wrote:
At 5/26/2010 3:56:08 PM, Lukas wrote:
At 5/26/2010 3:41:08 PM, SukiWater wrote:
At 5/26/2010 3:36:03 PM, Lukas wrote:
At 5/26/2010 1:14:56 PM, SukiWater wrote:
At 5/24/2010 3:41:44 PM, Lukas wrote:
At 5/24/2010 11:29:18 AM, brian_eggleston wrote:
I wonder if he's ever been to a bear grill?

In Russia they serve bear in restaurants – I had a delicious bear stew in a little village not far from St. Petersburg once.

I wanted to ask the waiter if the bear was sustainably-sourced, ethically-reared and slaughtered in accordance with the highest animal welfare standards but I didn't know how to say that in Russian so I just assumed that it was and ordered it anyway!

Bear is one of the few meats I've not tried, whats it like?

I don't suppose you want to try bear?

Why not?

I don't know; perhaps because most are endangered?

Where my wife comes from in the Balkans where its not uncommon to eat Bear. I'd not really stopped to think if they were endangered there, I'm pretty sure there not. If I thought they were I would definitely not eat it. Its not like I'm the kind of guy who would eat Panda if I were in China.
What can I say, I'm a bit of gastronaught. I love to try new foods. Charles Darwin was the same and was a member of a club called 'The Glutton Club' http://www.guardian.co.uk...
I don't think I would go so far as Owl but I have eaten some pretty funky things

What kind of funky things? :p

When I was living in South East Asia I ate locusts, moth grubs, 1000 year old eggs (not recommended!), Durian (a big spiky fruit that smelled like rancid flesh but tasted delicious) In Morocco I ate sheep's eyeball, rancid sheep's fat (truly foul!) When I'm in France visiting the family I regularly eat frogs-legs as well as occasionally snails. In Cambodia I at a stew thing at a coach-stop with unidentified meat I asked the guy what it was and he went 'woof woof' but think he was f***in with me lol.
Most of the foods aint funky at all to the folkes from the countries that eat them but most Brits can be really fussy about them, I find.
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5/26/2010 4:13:24 PM
Posted: 6 years ago
At 5/26/2010 4:10:38 PM, Lukas wrote:

Most of the foods aint funky at all to the folkes from the countries that eat them but most Brits can be really fussy about them, I find.

Yeah, you wouldn't catch me eating that crazy ish.
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5/26/2010 4:17:05 PM
Posted: 6 years ago
At 5/26/2010 4:13:24 PM, feverish wrote:
At 5/26/2010 4:10:38 PM, Lukas wrote:


Most of the foods aint funky at all to the folkes from the countries that eat them but most Brits can be really fussy about them, I find.

Yeah, you wouldn't catch me eating that crazy ish.

Not likely to catch you eatin much apart from chicken! Ya fussy get! lol, at least you have graduated fom beans and chips!
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5/27/2010 9:45:10 AM
Posted: 6 years ago
At 5/24/2010 3:41:44 PM, Lukas wrote:
At 5/24/2010 11:29:18 AM, brian_eggleston wrote:
I wonder if he's ever been to a bear grill?

In Russia they serve bear in restaurants – I had a delicious bear stew in a little village not far from St. Petersburg once.

I wanted to ask the waiter if the bear was sustainably-sourced, ethically-reared and slaughtered in accordance with the highest animal welfare standards but I didn't know how to say that in Russian so I just assumed that it was and ordered it anyway!

Bear is one of the few meats I've not tried, whats it like?

Tough and gristly (not grizzly!) and it needs to be cooked for ages, which is why it is usually served in a goulash or similar stew.

It is also very dark and tastes a bit like a cross between pork and venison.

By the way, last night I had dionner at Simpson's-in-the-Strand. To start I ordered pan-fried scallops but what I really wanted was the roasted wood pigeon breast but the girl I was with said she liked pigeons and enjoys feeding them and thought it would be cruel to kill them and eat them, so I missed out.

If you are in London, you must eat there, the food is typically English but don't let that put you off, it's superb!

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