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Flossie
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by Flossie

Sorry to be off topic and show my ignorance, but what does tikka stand for/mean?
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by rouleursteve

Over active cycling forum poster? :wink:

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legs 11
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by legs 11

You boys are just too rough, take it easy on the boy.
He's a good lad :lol:
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Flossie
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by Flossie

Come on ! :lol:

I keep seeing it at the bottom of peoples posts.
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by currieinahurry

lol its because my last name is currie so most of my mates call me tikka
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by Hyde

That a cultural thing? :?:


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by rd

Tikka is a type of curry.

Chicken Tikka Masala is particularly nice.

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by frd

Nooo, it's like when the evil friend told you that Santa Claus doesn't exist :cry:

I don't know why, but I always thought "tikka" was "cheers" in some north european language (Finnish, or something similar).
Who cares I'll forget this thread and add a good "tikka" to my signature :lol:

tikka,
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currieinahurry
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by currieinahurry

:lol:
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Here in Finland it´s a bird....
Same as Woody Woodpecker
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by Flossie

Hmmphh...... Ever wished you'd never asked?!?! :lol:
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legs 11
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by legs 11

I can't beleive you can't buy curry in stockport!!!
You know curry is the national dish of England. :lol:
Joking aside, for all you guys over seas, it really is the staple food of the average Englishman. :wink:
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legs 11 wrote:I can't beleive you can't buy curry in stockport!!!
You know curry is the national dish of England. :lol:
Joking aside, for all you guys over seas, it really is the staple food of the average Englishman. :wink:


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by jekyll man

Isn't Rusholme "curry capital of the world"?.
Thats close enough to Stockport to know what Tikka is (or should be).

Sorry Jalapeno- You're all wrong. Its lashings of brown sauce and toast with a dollop of beans!! Unless you went to the old Matthews nursuries at monks heath where you were served butter on your beans, but not on your toast!

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