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Lucy
12th September 2007, 13:00
Eggy Bread cooked by Marco Pierre White !

daviejones
12th September 2007, 13:04
Eggy Bread cooked by Marco Pierre White !

Post Coital eggy bread?

Lucy
12th September 2007, 13:05
Post Coital eggy bread?

Oh, if only my luck was that good. Still, he's single, I'm single - almost sort of... it's a big city...

wendigo100
12th September 2007, 13:06
Lucy, do you mind? This forum is for serious intercourse on the issues of being a contractor. :D

wendigo100
12th September 2007, 13:06
By the way - Wot? No sausage?

daviejones
12th September 2007, 13:07
Oh, if only my luck was that good. Still, he's single, I'm single - almost sort of... it's a big city...

What city are you in? I look nothing like him though ;-(

Lucy
12th September 2007, 13:07
Lucy, do you mind? This forum is for serious intercourse on the issues of being a contractor. :D

Oh dear, I must be on the wrong forum.

Where is ferret?

wendigo100
12th September 2007, 13:08
Oh dear, I must be on the wrong forum.

Where is ferret?I can't remember his password. :tantrum:

Lucy
12th September 2007, 13:11
I was rather hoping others would add their perfect breakfast...rather than it be a debate about MPW's looks or sausage.

Wrong time of day perhaps, it was because I just had my (almost) perfect breakfast for lunch.

eeek, daytime telly is turning me into a moron.

Churchill
12th September 2007, 13:13
eeek, daytime telly is turning me into a moron.

Turning?

Oh FFS!

Churchill
12th September 2007, 13:30
Who is MPW?:confused:

A nasty frog who cooks lizard gizzards...

Marco Pierre-White.

Dundeegeorge
12th September 2007, 13:30
who runs a couple of restaurants.

Lucy
12th September 2007, 13:32
A nasty frog who cooks lizard gizzards...

Marco Pierre-White.

He is not a frog, he doesn't cook lizard gizzards and there is no hyphen.

daviejones
12th September 2007, 13:34
He is not a frog, he doesn't cook lizard gizzards and there is no hyphen.

He is a frog!!!!

Churchill
12th September 2007, 13:35
He is not a frog, he doesn't cook lizard gizzards and there is no hyphen.

Ok, he does have a froggy name.

You would've thought that coming from Italian stock they wouldn't have given him a french middle name.

I bet he still cooks lizzard gizzards... secretly...

Lucy
12th September 2007, 13:35
He is a frog!!!!

He is not, he was born in Italy.

Churchill
12th September 2007, 13:35
He is a frog!!!!

Nope, he's English.

The attention seeking bint was quite correct.

Churchill
12th September 2007, 13:37
He is not, he was born in Italy.

Fecking wrong, he was born in Leeds, like!

Flubster
12th September 2007, 13:39
I was rather hoping others would add their perfect breakfast...rather than it be a debate about MPW's looks or sausage.
Okay, the cafe over the road from client I'm at does a great 'breakfast sandwich'. I normallt get in the office for 7am to check e-mail, give them a ring to warn them I'm coming over the road. Pickup said sandwich with my mocha. Gives me more time to flirt with the girls behind the counter who strangely seem to all be East European imports.

daviejones
12th September 2007, 13:40
Ok so he is a pretentious coont, born in Leeds with a froggy name?

Churchill
12th September 2007, 13:41
Ok so he is a pretentious coont, born in Leeds with a froggy name?

Italian/Froggy name.

But other than that, yes you pretty much have it right on the nail.

Don't forget the lizard gizzards!

Dundeegeorge
12th September 2007, 13:43
I thought that was in Cornwall or somewhere equally medieval?

Churchill
12th September 2007, 13:44
I thought that was in Cornwall or somewhere equally medieval?

Have they got independence yet?

Dundeegeorge
12th September 2007, 13:45
I don't think they've got electricity yet, have they?

Lucy
12th September 2007, 13:46
Ok so he is a pretentious coont, born in Leeds with a froggy name?

What makes you say he is pretentious? His name?

(I have to say I am very perplexed by northeners though, seem to be angry for no reason, all of the time)

Churchill
12th September 2007, 13:54
What makes you say he is pretentious? His name?

(I have to say I am very perplexed by northeners though, seem to be angry for no reason, all of the time)

Not angry, we just have a different sense of humour, decency, set of morals. That's all really. Perhaps it's just frustration at having to deal with ill-educated southern retards who have their heads up their own arses all day.

daviejones
12th September 2007, 13:54
What makes you say he is pretentious? His name?

(I have to say I am very perplexed by northeners though, seem to be angry for no reason, all of the time)


Every time I see him, I think "pretentious"...nothing to do with his name, more his personality!

DBA_bloke
12th September 2007, 13:56
MPW: A greasy, once talented (but now a shadow of his former self), all at sea, all-but-finished, these days a joke of a jumped-up burger van hobbit non-entity, trying to out-nasty Gordon Ramsay (but failing). There. I've said it.

Incidentally, Raymond Blanc: went to Raymond Blanc's Le Manoir aux Quat'Saisons twice (last year, and the year before). First time was heavenly; second time was fooking crap - and I mean crap. He's lost the magic - probably all eaten-up with jealousy with Ramsay (a lesser chef) getting all the limelight. And he's hardly made amends with his current, rubbishy "The Restaurant" show... dire stuff, indeed.

I'm off for a Big Mac.

Churchill
12th September 2007, 14:03
The barsteward.

No mate, have you not been listening? He's a Chef! Born in Leeds like!

Churchill
12th September 2007, 14:14
That explains it all...

Great Uncle Cadwallader went missing in Leeds... maybe it's his guts that MPW is cooking.... :(

At least you've got some sense of closure now. However cold that may be...

sasguru
12th September 2007, 14:14
Society nowadays, eh?
We get a couple of good cooks and make them stars like they've solved world poverty or something. Or get some thick East London blockhead who can kick a ball a bit and make him God.
No good will come of it - a society gets the heroes it deserves.

DBA_bloke
12th September 2007, 14:16
Society nowadays, eh?
We get a couple of good cooks and make them stars like they've solved world poverty or something. Or get some thick East London blockhead who can kick a ball a bit and make him God.
No good will come of it - a society gets the heroes it deserves.

As Mike Smash once said when asked how he'd solve world hunger, "Make 'em sandwiches".

Lucy
12th September 2007, 14:19
Society nowadays, eh?
We get a couple of good cooks and make them stars like they've solved world poverty or something. Or get some thick East London blockhead who can kick a ball a bit and make him God.
No good will come of it - a society gets the heroes it deserves.

I think it is more an UK thing, there is a distinct lack of stars in this country, movie, sporting or otherwise. Weird.