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What are you having for breakfast?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Mottie, 29 Jun 2019.


  1. I wish I was that disciplined.... I'm lucky I've got a big van..:notworthy:
     
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  3. Better than at the same time....
     
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    Poached chicken toastie. Pc, sliced tomatoes grated carrot, cucumber, rocket or romaine hearts, s&p, slathered in ff mayo. ooof :)
     
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    Was considering a large full English at 'Spoons tomorrow, but weather maybe a little warm for all that.
     
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    Go for it. You can just it down with a nice cool pint of something. :whistle:
     
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    I've found that a pint of Thatchers Gold compliments a full English perfectly. Though I only drink it because the salty bacon makes me thirsty. :rolleyes: ;)
     
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    Drinking makes me thirsty...
     
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    Sounds like Oliver Read. No matter how much he drank, he never seemed to slake his thirst. RIP a fine actor and pi$$head.
     
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    Does Boris Johnson have a drink problem?
     
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    I would imagine he can put away his fair share of Chablis or Claret. He certainly drives me to drink.
     
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    Nah, he is just a d***head.
     
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    I recall coming home from the pub when I was about 19. I put the telly on and stumbled across a fairly high brow current affairs programme. I would have switched channels were it not for the fact that Oliver Reed was a guest. He was totally wasted. He was rude, disruptive and misogynistic but thoroughly captivating. RIP.

     
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    Yes, makes for great tv, but you wonder what the producers were up to adding Oliver Read + alcohol to a group of intellectuals and media types. Unfortunately would never happen now.
     
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    He doesn't come across as captivating to me, he just makes himself look like a ****. Let me say I did quite like the guy and thought his acting was pretty good but captivating? Nah!
     
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    I’ve gone all 'elfy this morning. A weetabix, some oats, a splash of milk, a dollop of Greek yoghurt, some milled golden flax seeds, half a banana, some green and red grapes and a drizzle of runny honey. Not bad.

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