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23-09-2018, 20:33   #16
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Snack box, onion rings, battered sausage, curry sauce.

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23-09-2018, 20:34   #17
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Happy 10,000 to the last thread and here we go again! I'm toasting the experience with a Heineken. I had a a nice experience in Dublin today. Instead of spending 60 quid and Q'ing up in empty your pockets at Eddie Rockets. I got away with 25 quid in the Abra Kebabra next door which was empty. How common we felt, but the burgers were cooked to order and very nice. I felt like flashing my arse out the window at the Q for Eddie Rockets as they stared in with disgusted faces on them.
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23-09-2018, 20:40   #18
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I'm sure it means something to somebody but it's lost on me.
I know the phrase, but I'm certain we'll get the thread title back to a "Part Two" scenario soon enough.
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I know the phrase, but I'm certain we'll get the thread title back to a "Part Two" scenario soon enough.
I just looked it up, bloody cheek.
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I just looked it up, bloody cheek.
Prove me wrong
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23-09-2018, 20:59   #21
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I just looked it up, bloody cheek.
Just looked it up. I find it quite disingenuous and not a fair comment.
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You'll have to tune in to the next 10,000 posts then.
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I'm sure it means something to somebody but it's lost on me.
Not sure what the poster means, but I know there was a break dance movie in the 80s...
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Some great cooks here, I'm not one of them,but I can learn.

We all seem to have one thing in common though, our love of chocolate and all things sweet.
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Lunch Box, garlic sauce, large coke, chocolate muffin and ice cream from the Supermacs at Galway Plaza. Delicious. Served by none other than Pat McDonagh himself. The man knows what the Irish customer wants.
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Any article I have read gushes over how good coconut is for you, sooo:



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Any article I have read gushes over how good coconut is for you, sooo:



Copper for brain function, Iron and Fibre in the coconut. Bound to be some fruit in the jam, so one of your five a day.
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Second half of a special kebab from last night with spuds cabbage and carrots!
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Currently eating a pizza which i haven't done in a long while. It's the Ristorante pizza pollo and it's nice. Tomorrow it might be cake as it's my birthday.
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