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what are you eating clarts?

Discussion in 'Lifestyle, Health & Diet' started by BBC, Oct 10, 2006.

  1. cookie_monster

    cookie_monster Well-Known Forumite

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    lets get this straight.

    im not a lemon.....although due to my prolonged singleton status one of my males colleagues asked me if i am.

    however, i would like to announce that im going out after work tonight for a few quiet drinks with a man. :lorks:

    how things move in mysterious ways. i met my old housemate for some food on wednesday and i saw the very pleasant distraction i had on the 1st day i moved into my house.

    he called me last night and were meeting up tonight. :D


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  2. db

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    was it just because you were single, or did anything else lead him to this conclusion?
     
  3. cookie_monster

    cookie_monster Well-Known Forumite

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    i think its just because ive been single for so long....im not aware of any outwardly lesbian tendencies that i have displayed- especially not at work!


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  4. db

    db #chaplife

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    i don't see why being single would suggest you're a lady-lover.. surely, if you did have a penchant for playing with the little man in a boat, you would still find yourself in relationships? :?:

    anyway, it's all moot so i don't know why i'm going on about it lol..
     
  5. Augustus Gloop

    Augustus Gloop Well-Known Forumite

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    An eccles cake.

    Absolutely delicious.
     
  6. cookie_monster

    cookie_monster Well-Known Forumite

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    ive just had a cheese and onion pasty wi chips n gravy.

    am now weighing up the pros and cons of having rice pudding for afters....are you sposed to feed or starve a fever?

    not that i actually have a fever, but i am coming down with a stinking cold, so surely that an excuse to stuff my face?


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  7. db

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    isn't it "feed a fever, starve a cold"? i'm sure it alliterates, whatever the saying is..
     
  8. cookie_monster

    cookie_monster Well-Known Forumite

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    i dunno, thats why i asked. :rolleyes: ;)

    oh buggrit, im gonna have it anyway.


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  9. jimbob23

    jimbob23 Official 1000th poster

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    I heard that you're supposed to feed or cold. Perhaps that's just what I wanted to hear.
     
  10. MISS T

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    Terry's All Gold, complimented beautifully by a bottle of Soave.
     
  11. victoriab

    victoriab victoriaboyle.co.uk

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    Peanut butter, from the jar, with a spoon.
     
  12. Andreas Rex

    Andreas Rex Banned for smiling

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    Is this some kind of punishment? If yes, what on earth did you do??!
     
  13. victoriab

    victoriab victoriaboyle.co.uk

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    Strewth! Peanut butter is the food of kings. It is the food of kings, emporers, lords, ladies, Stephen Fry, Mark Knoffler and Coolio.

    Not sure about the truth in the last three but hypothetically, on a sliding scale of 'shit' to 'really cool' peanut butter and those three people are at the good end.
     
  14. db

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    this lady speaketh the truth..

    ms. dirtybobby won't let me eat peanut butter cos she hates it lol..
     
  15. Sofa

    Sofa I'm a Staffooooooordian

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    I have always loved peanut butter, just as every vegetarian should, but ms sofa is intolerant towards nuts...
     
  16. Lisa

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    Teryaki chicken and vegetarian sushi rolls, with a red del apple finale. Sweet.

    :P
     
  17. MISS T

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    Makes my tuna/cucumber combo sound lame.
     
  18. cookie_monster

    cookie_monster Well-Known Forumite

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    chip and cheese butty with mayo on a breadcake.

    and a can of zero coke....:barf:

    however, on the upside, ive got an unopened 215g bag of bassetts fruit allsorts on my desk....sugar rush, here i come!


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  19. db

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    just thought i'd clarify for anyone who speaks english, and not northern: she means "bap" :teef:
     
  20. victoriab

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    Mmm that sounds nice. I just noticed that all I have in my possession at the moment (food-wise) is spinach and a tin of mixed beans. Party on!
     

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