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    The complete show

    by Rumbold on 10th July, 2009 at 1:37 pm    

    Have you ever wondered what would happen if they combined a cooking show with singing and synchronised dancing? What do you mean, no? Well, luckily you don’t have to worry any more, thanks to Kuch Kook Hota Hai:

    Please treat this as the weekend open thread.

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    1. Adnan — on 10th July, 2009 at 1:52 pm  

      Very good - I like the helpful advice at the end about putting the food in a plate before eating (must be for the BNP Picklers ;) ). I’m sure Colin would love it with his Cobra beer.

    2. Dalbir — on 10th July, 2009 at 3:20 pm  

      Thanks for that Rumbold.

    3. Denim Justice — on 10th July, 2009 at 5:35 pm  

      Has anyone else noticed the new Asian Muslim presenter on T4? She might not be Konnie Huq but she is glamorous and might help raise the profile of Asians on TV.

    4. Amrit — on 10th July, 2009 at 5:59 pm  

      The title of this show still makes me laugh, even though I have seen it about 5 times. Hahaha.

      Speaking of Konnie Huq, she is way too thin. WTH happened?!

      And Denim Justice - what’s the presenter’s name?

    5. Amrit — on 10th July, 2009 at 6:33 pm  

      Sorry, but I just saw this on NDTV news:

      ‘SUNNY TURNS 60′


    6. Bill Corr — on 11th July, 2009 at 3:08 am  

      A pet care show combined with a show on how best to cook dog.

      While Koreans and Chinese can be sensitive in the presence of foreigners when the subject of eating Fido pops up, there are enough East Asians [and certainly enough bloody stray dogs and unwanted dogs] to make such a program worthwhile.

    7. Carmenego — on 12th July, 2009 at 10:41 am  

      #6 Bill Corr
      That was almost funny, well done, nearly there!

      Thanks very much Rumbold. Not only am I gonna have that song in my head until someone plays some Cliff Richard at me, but I also have to live with the knowledge that I never have two asian babes by my side when I cook (unless you count my mum and my gran standing over my shoulder criticising the way I chop onions)!

    8. chairwoman — on 12th July, 2009 at 12:37 pm  

      Can somebody please ban Bill Corr?

      I can handle his not too latent antisemitism, but I can’t tolerate a dogist under any circumstances!

    9. Scots Tiger — on 12th July, 2009 at 4:06 pm  

      All canophagists must be banned at once!

      Do all that you can to squash the vile rumour that Battersea Dogs’ Home acts as a front for a chain of Korean restaurants!

      Some people claim that Peruvians eat guinea pigs! Can this dreadful story be true?

    10. damon — on 12th July, 2009 at 7:20 pm  

      I too found what Bill Corr said there was mildly funny.
      Should he have got banned? I don’t know.

      And Carmenego, as a fellow Croydonian, I enjoyed your rant about it on your blog.

    11. Rumbold — on 12th July, 2009 at 8:04 pm  


      What a wonderful image.


      He was being deleted on other threads because he was being racist.

    12. damon — on 13th July, 2009 at 8:52 am  

      I know Rumbold, he was. He was a provocateur and said some pretty unpalatable things. But on another level, I found him quite interesting.

    13. persephone — on 13th July, 2009 at 9:53 am  

      great name for the programme - only an asian channel would have a cook wearing a satin kitchen apron

    14. Rumbold — on 13th July, 2009 at 9:56 am  


      You mean in a ‘car crash interesting’ sort of way?

    15. damon — on 13th July, 2009 at 10:27 am  

      Yes Rumbold, maybe you could call it that.
      He was obviously intelligent and knowledgeable, and I often look to see if there is anything more to people like that. To see if they can be reasoned with.
      I wrote a post yesterday in the thread called ”Proof the BNP are scum” about some online Milwall FC fans.
      It’s post number 96.
      I don’t know if what I said in it made any sense, but I tried to get a point across.

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