Andy From Sligo Registered User
#1

True this - Eating in the 50's - I am sure it was the same in Ireland too...

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Jimmy. Registered User
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In the 50’s in Shligo they used eat sheep testicles along with watery cabbage.

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Andy From Sligo Registered User
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Jimmy. said:
In the 50’s in Shligo they used eat sheep testicles along with watery cabbage.


God, I haven't had that in years - I wonder if it still tastes nice? ....

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Ipso Registered User
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Those things always have that last sentence to let you know how much things were better back then.

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Ipso Registered User
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Jimmy. said:
In the 50’s in Shligo they used eat sheep testicles along with watery cabbage.


They just told you there were from sheep.

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Andy From Sligo Registered User
#6

people were a lot thinner in them days - no fat bastrds like they are these days (yours truly included) ...

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Jimmy. Registered User
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Because there was no Macdonalds or chipper every second building. Parents are worse too to be feeding their children fast food.

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Andy From Sligo Registered User
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Ipso said:
Those things always have that last sentence to let you know how much things were better back then.


who puts their elbows on tables anyway these days - don't think my kids ever did ..

Andy From Sligo Registered User
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Jimmy. said:
Because there was no Macdonalds or chipper every second building. Parents are worse too to be feeding their children fast food.


well a lot of parents give their kids money ... which in turn they buy fast food and shyte with it ..

smelly sock Registered User
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Andy From Sligo said:
True this - Eating in the 50's - I am sure it was the same in Ireland too...



Sounds fxcking miserable to be fair.

Life expetancies were shorter.

Curable and common illness killed a lot more often.

But hey we had carpenters from china and big raincoats. Great.

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Canis Lupus Registered User
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Andy From Sligo said:
who puts their elbows on tables anyway these days - don't think my kids ever did ..


I do. Next you'll be telling me holding the fork in my right hand is wrong as well.

Andy From Sligo Registered User
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Canis Lupus said:
I do. Next you'll be telling me holding the fork in my right hand is wrong as well.


just had to look down at my hands then and think ... no, anyway your wrong - knife goes in right hand ... how can you eat properly with elbows on the table (unless your double jointed?)

my3cents Registered User
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Canis Lupus said:
I do. Next you'll be telling me holding the fork in my right hand is wrong as well.


Considered bad manners or lazy and American in our household not sure which was supposed to be worse?

No one cares now though.

Andy From Sligo Registered User
#14

Coffe was that liquid Camp stuff - I think they still do it over here in Ireland but it was called irel or something like that. Liquid chicory it was ..

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Vincent Vega Registered User
#15

Sounds pretty ****e.
Hooray for cultural diversity

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