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Mich the Tester
19th November 2009, 14:53
...with HP sauce.

Just enjoying one now. Hmmm delicious.

NotAllThere
19th November 2009, 14:54
I hate you with a deep and abiding hatred. You bastard.

:ohwell

Spacecadet
19th November 2009, 14:54
...with HP sauce.

Just enjoying one now. Hmmm delicious.

Glad you made it double layered, helps avoid those egg yolk on clean shirt moments :D

Coalman
19th November 2009, 15:01
I hate you with a deep and abiding hatred. You bastard.

:ohwell

WHS++++++++++++++


Any going spare? :mad::mad::mad:

Mich the Tester
19th November 2009, 15:01
I hate you with a deep and abiding hatred. You bastard.

:ohwell
ooooh that was delicious. I think I'll have another one now.

Tarquin Farquhar
19th November 2009, 15:02
...with HP sauce.

Just enjoying one now. Hmmm delicious.Sadly, HP sauce is not as good as it was, now that it is made abroad. Daddies likewise.

NotAllThere
19th November 2009, 15:03
While I thought I'd already plumbed the depths of loathing for you, I now find new resources for detestation of your vile personage.


:ohwell

SuperZ
19th November 2009, 15:41
Ewww, gross, you unhealthy lot. There should be a special tax on food like that to pay towards tripple heart bypass in the future, SuperZ says while eating a rocket and spinach brown sarnie with tuna (no mayo)

:devil

Jeebo72
19th November 2009, 15:44
Reminds me of the good old days back in Scotland, the tripple decker: square sausage, fried egg and tattie scone, on an over fired roll. Greatest hangover cure known to man.

MrMark
19th November 2009, 16:38
No bacon at home - the missus can't stand it (although she loves roast Pork). So it'll have to be a chip n egg butty I think.:tongue

Churchill
19th November 2009, 16:49
Reminds me of the good old days back in Scotland, the tripple decker: square sausage, fried egg and tattie scone, on an over fired roll. Greatest hangover cure known to man.

Square Sausage....:yay: :yay: :yay:

Microwaved then put on a roll with grated cheese and brown sauce... :banana: :banana: :banana:

Breakfast when I worked in Bellshill washed down with a can of Irn Bru!

Now that is a hangover cure and a half!

EC4N
19th November 2009, 16:53
Sorry chaps couldn't help but post some facts. I ain't no evangelist either. Enjoy :)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1oW8qbQ9FVo

Churchill
19th November 2009, 16:56
Sorry chaps couldn't help but post some facts. I ain't no evangelist either. Enjoy :)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1oW8qbQ9FVo

What's your point?

You've posted a link to a qualified nutritionist I presume?

Mich the Tester
19th November 2009, 16:57
Sorry chaps couldn't help but post some facts. I ain't no evangelist either. Enjoy :)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1oW8qbQ9FVo
Spaghetti carbonara tonight, made with chunks of delicious streaky bacon.

Jeebo72
19th November 2009, 16:58
Square Sausage....:yay: :yay: :yay:

Microwaved then put on a roll with grated cheese and brown sauce... :banana: :banana: :banana:

Breakfast when I worked in Bellshill washed down with a can of Irn Bru!

Now that is a hangover cure and a half!

I wish they served the squares in london, rather than this premium waitrose malarky ...

Jeebo72
19th November 2009, 16:59
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/scotland/8341873.stm

Churchill
19th November 2009, 16:59
I wish they served the squares in london, rather than this premium waitrose malarky ...

Get some sent down from Glasgow - don't bother with that posh sh!te from Edinburgh! :wink

Jeebo72
19th November 2009, 17:00
Get some sent down from Glasgow - don't bother with that posh sh!te from Edinburgh! :wink

I do, but it's gone in one weekend, breakfast, lunch, dinner, mid night kebab replacement, 3am munches and so on.

RichardCranium
19th November 2009, 17:01
I wish they served the squares in london, rather than this premium waitrose malarky ...Lidl's sell it.

They also do a 'Scottish breakfast' made up mostly of stuff even I can afford not to buy.

Churchill
19th November 2009, 17:02
I do, but it's gone in one weekend, breakfast, lunch, dinner, mid night kebab replacement, 3am munches and so on.

Ahh, now I see the problem. You're a greedy bastard. :laugh

NotAllThere
19th November 2009, 17:15
When I worked in Geordieland and the canteen was shut, we'd send out for a few "heartattack-in-a-buns". Blackpud, hamburger, sausage, bacon, egg, brown and red sauce, in a half a stottie.

yummy

The place that made them was just round from my flat. I found out that if I bought one of these, I could eat it, and be just licking my fingers as I walked into the very splendid and worthwhile lounge of the Killingworth Arms, at the top of the Heaton Road, having nicely lined my stomach in preparation for an evening's quaffing of many fine ales.

Fondue and kirsch just isn't the same.

Ruse
19th November 2009, 17:49
Lidl's sell it.

They also do a 'Scottish breakfast' made up mostly of stuff even I can afford not to buy.

Ahhh someone else who now finds they need to shop at Lidl, I detest the place with a vengeance, the one I go to is like being in Saudi, half the shoppers only have their eyes peeping out. It is cheap as chips though.

RichardCranium
19th November 2009, 20:04
Ahhh someone else who now finds they need to shop at Lidl, I detest the place with a vengeance, the one I go to is like being in Saudi, half the shoppers only have their eyes peeping out. It is cheap as chips though.I've been using Lidl's for about 8 years. They do some stuff I can't get elsewhere, like proper cheese and decent yet cheap wine and bacon without added water and soft drinks with no artificial sweetener and and and.

Why do you detest the place? Pride?

d000hg
19th November 2009, 20:41
Lidl/Audi is fun for the odd visit, but I wouldn't want to do my weekly shopping there.

Square-sausage is a wonderful invention. Now we just need square eggs.

Ruse
19th November 2009, 20:52
I've been using Lidl's for about 8 years. They do some stuff I can't get elsewhere, like proper cheese and decent yet cheap wine and bacon without added water and soft drinks with no artificial sweetener and and and.

Why do you detest the place? Pride?

2 reasons

1) Many years ago I worked for them as a permie. They treat their staff very, very badly, especially the least well paid ones on the shop floor. The store managers and area managers made Hitler look good.
2) My nearest Lidl is full of customers wearing full burqa, which makes me feel very uncomfortable and is why I don't live in the Middle East.

Ruse
19th November 2009, 20:54
Lidl/Audi is fun for the odd visit, but I wouldn't want to do my weekly shopping there.

Square-sausage is a wonderful invention. Now we just need square eggs.

Already there. My kids regularly request it for breakfast. Mrs Ruse found a device in a charity shop, you put in a normal boiled egg and leave it in the fridge for 10 mins, out comes a square boiled egg.

Alf W
19th November 2009, 21:06
Reminds me of the good old days back in Scotland, the tripple decker: square sausage, fried egg and tattie scone, on an over fired roll. Greatest hangover cure known to man.

Nope! Triple fried egg, chilli chutney sandwich.

darmstadt
19th November 2009, 21:13
I remember working at the DHSS at the Elephant & Castle some years ago. The breakfast in the canteen there was great, a real good fry up which kept you going until the mid-morning coffee break onto the extended lunch break in the pub followed by siesta then high tea. Them were the days (and being paid weekly with a cheque)

d000hg
19th November 2009, 21:21
2) My nearest Lidl is full of customers wearing full burqa, which makes me feel very uncomfortable and is why I don't live in the Middle East.So if they wore T-shirts and jeans you'd move out there?! Seems a bit of a shallow reason. Now I don't think it's un-PC to admit you aren't 100% comfortable with people who cover their faces, but choosing your shops based on this is a little extreme. You don't go to the supermarket to interact with people do you?

Ruse
20th November 2009, 09:09
So if they wore T-shirts and jeans you'd move out there?! Seems a bit of a shallow reason. Now I don't think it's un-PC to admit you aren't 100% comfortable with people who cover their faces, but choosing your shops based on this is a little extreme. You don't go to the supermarket to interact with people do you?

That and public executions, cutting off hands and public lashings for relatively minor offences, no rights for women, no democracy etc etc

I don't really care if it isn't PC I don't like Burqas in the same way I wouldn't be happy in a shop full of people wearing balaclavas.

NotAllThere
20th November 2009, 09:27
2 reasons

1) Many years ago I worked for them as a permie. They treat their staff very, very badly, especially the least well paid ones on the shop floor. The store managers and area managers made Hitler look good.

I know a contracter who works for Lidl. They're so anal that he's even been denied access to the professional support forums...

otoh, wifey shops at Lidl in Germany, and a trolley load of basics is half the price of CH, of reasonable quality - and the speed of the checkout operators has to be seen to be believed.

Tarquin Farquhar
20th November 2009, 09:54
Morrison's have square sliced, and round pies.

Aldi & Lidl sell beer brewed according to the Reinheitsgebot at domestic rather than imported prices, e.g. Aldi Spaten 500ml for £1.10 or so.

Even supermarkets remember their heritage, it seems.

Churchill
20th November 2009, 10:21
Scotch Pies! :p

gingerjedi
20th November 2009, 10:37
Morrison's have square sliced, and round pies.

Aldi & Lidl sell beer brewed according to the Reinheitsgebot at domestic rather than imported prices, e.g. Aldi Spaten 500ml for £1.10 or so.

Even supermarkets remember their heritage, it seems.

You can get 20 bottle of Becks for less than a tenner in Tescos and Sainsbuys most weeks, the German supermarkets don't have a great selection of English beer apart from Wychwood which is only so so IMO.

Aldi have award winning mince pies though.