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Bic-throwaway :roll: and a mixed kebab meat and chips with mayo & lots of chilli sauce. :lol: oh and salad :lol:
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Beard. :lol:
Moules-frites and several Leffes or Kwaaks at the Belgian Monk. :D
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Amor Vincit Omnia wrote:several Kwaaks at the Belgian Monk. :D

I doff my cap to you....several Kwaaks is a feat of bravery 8)
I hope they serve them in the minature 'yard of ale + holder' glasses?
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Home alone, stretch out on bed, play recoding of Vaporetto journey down the Grand Canal and 'Ciao' back in Venice, blood pressure lowered, big grin on face, stresses gone (hopefully).

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Mrs M does a lot of baking and you just cant resist freshly baked Bread and her cheese scones, (as well as her cakes) I went a bit mad one day when the scones came out of the oven, there where about 20 of em on the tray....Mrs m says there surposed to last the week....ooppps half of them gone and looking like a hampster replying kids tut tut must of eaten them :-"
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Lorn loves baking as well. She used to get requests for varied scones, cheese, blackberry, rhubarb, all bloody sorts! One day, a guycame to our house, and pinched twenty scones meant for someone else and ate the bloody lot before he got home and his missus found out! :lol:
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You guys have got me in the mood now...think I'll make my speciality tomorrow...gruyère, sun-dried tomato and basil bread...got some Lincolnshire Poacher in the fridge which is perfect with it! And a bottle or two of Leffe! :thumbup:
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gwells wrote:i'm starting to make a small collection from saddleback leather.
Thank you! I needed a wallet and bought one from these guys. Can't wait to get it. :thumbup:
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that's the first thing i bought there. it's a great wallet. have a belt and ipad sleeve, too. and bought my wife a bag.
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got to be multi seed bread crunchy peanut butter sliced mature cheddar and a dollop of coleslaw :silent:
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Xtriples is the best one.....and no one spotted it......reading between the lines

"a double dose"......does this mean sleeping with 2 women, and of course neither being the wife? :D

For me at the moment asking the son if he wants the roof down....when it's freezing.....and hoping he says yes. so far a 100% success rate......

does sticking a knife into the Nuttella jar count as giving up chocolate for lent?.....aprt from you lot no one knows !
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jimbo wrote:Xtriples is the best one.....and no one spotted it......reading between the lines

"a double dose"......does this mean sleeping with 2 women, and of course neither being the wife? :D

For me at the moment asking the son if he wants the roof down....when it's freezing.....and hoping he says yes. so far a 100% success rate......

does sticking a knife into the Nuttella jar count as giving up chocolate for lent?.....aprt from you lot no one knows !
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jimbo wrote:does sticking a knife into the Nuttella jar count as giving up chocolate for lent?.....aprt from you lot no one knows !
Nutella is a separate food group from chocolate. Eat away my friend!
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