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  • Food was delicious too - soup with fresh potatoes and carrots, plus meat and meatballs we call this "sodd" in Norwegian for dinner, and jelly plus a local "fruit porridge" made of whole barley, prunes and apricots - sounds weird, but tastes really good.

    Happy 94th birthday, grandpa!

  • We took up the green sodd, and laid it by, and digg'd a hole in the Earth where we put our Goods, and cover'd them with pieces of Timber and Earth, and then put in again the green

    The old Santa Fe trail The Story of a Great Highway

  • We had parched meal, excellent good, sodd [cooked] beans, which eat as sweet as filbert kernels, in a manner, strawberries; and mulberries were shaken off the tree, dropping on our heads as we sat.

    Captain John Smith

  • Bell end were you there when he earned the VC no? thought not I was now sodd of and smoke my bell end

    Army Rumour Service

  • Bell end were you there when he earned the VC no? thought not I was now sodd of and smoke my bell end

    Army Rumour Service

  • Bell end were you there when he earned the VC no? thought not I was now sodd of and smoke my bell end

    Army Rumour Service

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