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What's the English name for this?

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Language gurus, is there an equivalent English name for this? Our tutor tells us is a cooking vegetable, is it a guord?
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Oh, and apparently the photo needs to be upside down...
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StroppyChops wrote:Oh, and apparently the photo needs to be upside down...
I see the tutoring it's coming along nicely.
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Slowly, bong, very slowly. But thoroughly.
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Thanks UT.
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Useless piece of general knowledge for today. They make water containers out of those fruit.
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Yup, that seems to be the global 'tribal' use for guords. Or musical rattles.
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Essential knowledge if you are into 'The Life of Brian' - Monty Python

Keep watching, your learning will be expanded about 1:50 in.

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starkmonster wrote:Useless piece of general knowledge for today. They make water containers out of those fruit.
I have one hanging from my rearview mirror that I probably paid too much for from a roadside vendor. Another hanging in my house, bought at the same time, that I use for portable rice wine.... not because I need it, but because sometimes stupid touristy shit is just fun.
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