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  1. Standard memberSeitse
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    09 Jan '15 05:42
    Shadows over my squinting eyes
    a dark gray cloud of tears
    lightning blossoming, presaging gloom
    whenever I wake up to a new day
    and I am out of bloody cereal.

    Argh!
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    10 Jan '15 02:23
    Or even worse, you have the cereal but no milf... I mean milk :'(
  3. Standard memberwolfgang59
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    11 Jan '15 06:22
    Originally posted by Seitse
    Shadows over my squinting eyes
    a dark gray cloud of tears
    lightning blossoming, presaging gloom
    whenever I wake up to a new day
    and I am out of bloody cereal.

    Argh!
    The crumbs at the bottom of your biscuit barrel make an
    adequate replacement until you can get to Tesco. If it's
    a weekend have a lie in until the pubs open and buy some
    dry roast peanuts.
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    11 Jan '15 12:02
    Originally posted by wolfgang59
    The crumbs at the bottom of your biscuit barrel make an
    adequate replacement until you can get to Tesco. If it's
    a weekend have a lie in until the pubs open and buy some
    dry roast peanuts.
    Or you can have toast and marmalade. Come on be a rebel.
  5. SubscriberLEUR
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    11 Jan '15 12:171 edit
    Originally posted by Great Big Stees
    Or you can have toast and marmalade. Come on be a rebel.
    Who helps to perpetuate this ridiculous myth that breakfast is the most important meal of the day anyway?
    I contribute to that silly notion by stopping at a convenience store a couple of mornings each week on the way to work and getting chicken wings and coffee for breakfast...healthier than jelly donuts (I think).
  6. Standard memberSeitse
    Doug Stanhope
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    11 Jan '15 12:23
    Originally posted by LEUR
    coffee for breakfast
    And me thinking you Tejanos drank ranch dressing by the gallon for breakfast.
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    11 Jan '15 14:05
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    just had lidl mackerel on toast nom nom nom delicious
  8. In your face
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    11 Jan '15 14:16
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    It's supposed to be very healthy. I like it marinaded in lime, chilli, garlic, ginger and onions, then poached in tin foil in the oven. The only down side is that it repeats on me all night.
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    11 Jan '15 14:16
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    three portions of fish a week,2 oily Ie Mackeral then poached Haddock or cod, yeah Drew love it.
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    11 Jan '15 14:24
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    Never noticed that myself. Maybe I should eat more of it.
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    11 Jan '15 14:26
    Originally posted by Sicilian Sausage
    Never noticed that myself. Maybe I should eat more of it.
    remember take it out the tin first
  12. SubscriberLEUR
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    11 Jan '15 15:41
    Originally posted by Seitse
    And me thinking you Tejanos drank ranch dressing by the gallon for breakfast.
    ...ranch dressing on top of refried beans and scrambled eggs...😀
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    11 Jan '15 22:06
    I need to eat more mackerel, just to at it all the time when I was younger... Saturday morning market. It has to be fresh, even after a couple of days it's no where near as good as it should be... went out fishing for the things once and caught more than was possible to eat, good times.

    Pity the crap you get in supermarkets that is 'fresh' has already been frozen and is probably about a week from being caught already. For a country surrounded by water you'd be amazed at how hard it is to get quality fresh fish.
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    12 Jan '15 01:33
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    Especially after the holidays we all have to watch the ole waistline, I suppose ! ? !
    Being both a vegetarian and diabetic, I avoid carbohydrates . Fish is good !
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    12 Jan '15 22:42
    3 eggs over easy, 4 strips of crispy bacon, heap of home fries, 2 wheat toast, a dollup of strawberry jam a glass of orange juice, (fresh) 1 humongous cup of coffee. Oh and a dash of wooster on the eggs. Now that is breakfast.
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