HI there,

Just been out with the family for a fab mothers day chinese and my mother in law knows I LOVE prawns.during the buffet I polished off, as a starter 16 big tiger pranws and my motherinlaw said Atsronauts are asked to refrian from eating them before a flight as it increases their chance of a heart attack.OHH NO, will I be OK for my 18 miler tomorrow????

Ohh no I have been attacked by the dreaded prawns of doom!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

All the fishiest best,



  • i love them too but they are high in cholestrol, mind you you only live once so fill yer boots
  • RatzerRatzer ✭✭✭
    Prawns in space is a whole different situation!  You've seen Alien, right?
  • PhilPubPhilPub ✭✭✭

    The cholesterol content of food isn't anything to worry about.  Your own (bad) cholesterol levels are affected more by the amount of saturated fat you eat.  Prawns are nutritionally very good - very low in fat and a high proportion of protein.  On the other hand I bet tiger prawns in a Chinese restaurant are covered in all sorts of naughty stuff!

    Think of all those people who ate at the restaurant who aren't running 18 miles tomorrow.  They're a lot more likely to die prematurely of a heart attack!

  • Eeek, eating Prawns is just image

    *runs away quickly*

  • *stabs adrenaline pen into thigh*

    I'm allergic to Prawns..... - even Prawnie!image

  • I agree with Phil pub

    Come to think of it, I'm having prawns on toast for tea tonight: they're cooked with ginger, chillies, garlic, and flat leaf parsley. ............mmmmmmmm!

  • PhilPubPhilPub ✭✭✭

    Prawns on toast??  Interesting!

    Last time cooked prawns it was fresh tiger prawn kebabs with stir-fry noodles, onion, red pepper, ginger, garlic, with black bean sauce, hot pepper sauce and coriander.  Lovely!!

  • Oooh that sounds nice too, Phil!

    I've just finished my prawns on toast, they go well with a glass of red wine!
  • Not sure I could eat prawns again after watching district9.
  • SlugstaSlugsta ✭✭✭
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