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... contain dried whey. The investigation has found that no animal rennet is used in the production of the whey and that the ingredient is Kosher as well.

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Eat Halal, Canadian Bitches!!!


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When I eat a cookie I would generally assume there's no amial in there. What would meat be doing in a cookie? That's perverse, yo!

I'm not kosher as I love mixing meats, meat and milk products and most of all eating pig but I certainly think it's nice to give our kosher friends food they can eat whenever possible.

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w o w . . . ?


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Instructions


For a product to be Halal(lawful) for Muslim consumption all its ingredients should be Halal. Follow the following list:


    Read the ingredients on label carefully. Ingredients are listed according to the amounts present. The first ingredient listed is present in the largest amount.
    Identify the Halal/Haram/Mushbooh status of each ingredient using this guide.
    Search the ingredient name in the list and its status will be next to it.
    If all ingredients of a product are Halal, the product is fit for Muslim consumption.
    If any of the ingredient is Haram, the product should not be consumed.
    If any ingredient falls under Mushbooh category avoid this product, as the Prophet has advised us to avoid doubtful matters. This ingredient could come from a Haram source. To find out the status of this ingredient you should write or call the manufacturer of the product


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are we meant to be impressed, or was bored w hat you were going for?


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...mostly bored... blue-eyed devil!!


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too bad my eyes are green... missed out there *sighs*


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Though she is quite evil...

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janine wrote:
are we meant to be impressed, or was bored w hat you were going for?


god forbid you learn something about another culture, you closed minded harlot...

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`lol` evil is such a fickle term... ;)

Harlot is so 1980's.. get with the times old man.. really...


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janine wrote:
`lol` evil is such a fickle term... ;)

Harlot is so 1980's.. get with the times old man.. really...


harlot is actually a term that goes back to the speakeasy days of prohibition, little girl...

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http://dictionary.reference.com/search?q=harlot
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The word is first recorded in English in a work written around the beginning of the 13th century

So you're wrong for trying to pin down it's earliest use but Janine is not as she was simply stating that it has not been used much since the 80s. Sucker.

But yeah... did not actually know what the word really meant 'till just now so I feel I need to say "Hey! That's not nice. Cut it out." and such...

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but nice, albeit feeble, attempt ;) but don't worry old man savage! you can be a harlot too!

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“a man of no fixed occupation, vagabond, beggar,” and soon afterwards meant “male lecher.”
but will have to make that trendy again... shouldn't be that hard...


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Male lecher? Yeah! I'm harlot too!

I fully support this plan to bring back the word harlot.

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