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"Beating off stiff competition"

Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by dontoe, Sep 7, 2005.

  1. dontoe

    dontoe 3/4 ton status GMOTM Winner

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    Balls-up leaves testicle cookers hanging

    From: AAP
    From correspondents in Zagreb

    September 07, 2005


    AN AUSTRALIAN hoaxer left organisers of the world testicle-cooking championship hanging after claiming he was Australia's leading kangaroo testicle cook.

    A man calling himself Nigel Bevan failed to turn up for the event after contacting organisers to boast of his credentials and order a supply of kangaroo testicles for the competition.

    Local villagers in Sumska Kuca in northern Serbia turned out in huge numbers to see what delights the Australian could come up with and a band was ready to strike up to welcome the mysterious Bevan.

    But they were disappointed and organisers were out of pocket after buying the kangaroo testicles but with no one to cook them.

    "We get cooks from all over Europe who come here to northern Serbia to take on Serbian chefs, but we have never had a cook from as far away as Australia, so when we heard that Nigel Bevan, Australia's top testicle chef, was on his way with a team of Australian chefs we were really excited," championship organiser Ljubomir Erovic said.

    "The caller told us cooked kangaroo testicles were a popular delicacy in Australia, and gave us the details of where we could get kangaroo testicles from so we could have them ready when Mr Bevan and his team arrived.

    "We were disappointed when no Australians arrived, we even had a band ready to welcome them."

    Mr Erovic, who arranged for a hotel for Mr Bevan and a VIP reception, said the man claiming to be the chef told him he had read about the contest in an Australian gourmet magazine.

    In the end a team of Serbian chefs called Boemi (Bohemians) from Gornji Milanovac won after beating off stiff competition from 11 other teams.

    "They prepared wild boar and bull testicles which delighted the jury", Mr Erovic said.

    "We are sorry Mr Bevan could not make it and hope he might still turn up next year once he realises that jokers have been pretending to be him. "We would like to compare the testicles of a kangaroo to those of wild boars and bulls. That would really make our unique competition the world championships."
     
  2. nc87k5

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    :eek1: :eek1: not no, but HELL NO! would I eat any of those....from any animal.
     
  3. sweetk30

    sweetk30 professional hooker Premium Member

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    just had to look at this as in the main screen it was funnnnyyyyy title.(beating off stiff ):p: :wink1: :laugh: :D
     
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    Z3PR Banned

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    "Like I said, NO BALLS".
     
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    I'm in the IBEW, and there is a "Turkey Testicle Festival" put on every year...I want to say in Indiana, but I'm not sure...I've just seen alot of the guys wearing the t-shirts they print up for them. :D
     
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    Mountain oysters are actually good. I accidentally ate them at a banquet one time. It was a buffet-browsing event with little chuck wagons everywhere with different kinds of food on them. The name of the dish being served was above each wagon on the roof but I didnt see them and came up to one that had fried strips of something and gravy so I decided to try some. They were a bit salty but prety tasty. I went back for seconds and noticed the sign, gagged a little then remembered that they tasted good so I got some more to eat and tricked my sister into eating them too. I will not, however, even try calf fries. The way I understand it is that mountain oysters are shredded cow nuts fried while calf fries are the whole nut fried, I think I'll pass on that one.
     
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    The organizers sound a little testy.
     

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