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What are you having for breakfast?

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

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    Mushrooms on toast after my morning dog walk.

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    I was a bit 'ungry this morning. ;)

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    Not breakfast, not lunch, me and Mrs Mottie had a brunch on the way home from our Sunday morning dog walk this morning. Niiice!

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    Two of the items on that plate possibly came from this bird - the egg and the piece of bacon on its head (don’t worry, a new piece will grow back overnight).

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  6. Fried egg with a sprinkling of black pepper two slices toast and tea
     
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    Strawberry jam on toast with a cup of Earl Grey. No photos though.
     
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    Weetabix and porridge oats with cold milk followed by a hot (pastry) sausage roll when I went up the Co-Op to get some croissants. I didn’t tell Mrs Mottie about the sausage roll. :sneaky:
     
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    I always forget to mention the sausage rolls too.
     
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    I have been having eggs, sausage and bacon all week. It will probably take me a month to get back to normal weight
     
  12. I could eat a full English and enjoy it for lunch but how can people stomach it for breakfast.
     
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    I had peanut butter on hot seeded toast.
     
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    Weetabix.
     
  15. Just like my son Andy , he needs his Weetabix to start off the day
     
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    Can't actually remember the last time I ate breakfast. :(
     
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    Had my breakfast around 7.00 before walking the dog. Working today so a quick brunch before setting off. Vegetarian roll.

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    Mind you, a bit messy to eat!

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    So nice, I had another. HP sauce this time but still as messy.

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    I might skip lunch!
     
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