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utter, utter morons.
it's almost a solid.
You people are freaks. Fat freaks. Fat virgin freaks.
FAT VIRGIN FREAKS WITH PROVISIONAL DRIVING LICENCES.
plus it's just plastic basically, you're not meant to eat plastic.
are you high or something?
next he'll pull out the "butter is one molecule away from plastic" fact and feel proper clever
you shouldn't either, you're not that fat. live a little.
i've seen a couple o' pics you've uploaded over the years. you're not a monster or anything.
that last bit is a KiK compliment. quit while you're ahead, notagin
That was 3 years ago and she may have been at the Tayto crisps since!
i was trying to pay her a compliment.
will take my as yet unborn children one there when I meet my non-existent wife!
There are large patches of Bournemouth which are mobile deadzones too. Have heard good things about Electric Picnic, I've never been, but my tent has.
he couldn't work out why he kept getting dirty looks, then realised that it was because he was carrying a massive olive green rucksack with my dad's name, rank, unit, army number and blood group written across the back in massive letters...oh and a union flag on the side. What fun!
butter or no butter?
i always put some on, better to be safe than sorry.
and totally unnecessary
If you do it under the grill, no cheese, won't work.
If you toast the bread and melt the cheese in the microwave, sure, add a little butter, but i normally add this to the cheese rather than sprad on th bread.
If you have toast with unmelted cheese, then sure, butter's necessary.
cheese on top
under the grill
toast with unmelted cheese sounds like a mental persons tea.
just re-read that.
i've been drinking heavily since about 3pm.
Grill one side of bread, flip, put cheese on and grill that side.
or if the grill try's manky.
You may have solved my lack-of-grill-based quandry whereby the closest I've got to C-o-T in the last few months is a cheese toastie on the George Foreman or Breville.
microwaving cheese is a bad idea it loses all structure, just oily liquid, more than other melting methods
I'm worried it may lubricate the melted cheese too much that it escapes from the toast when tilted to munching position.
but i don't want it to go dry so butter seems sensible
THERE IS NO BETTER THING IN THIS WORLD
Nice work, champ.
back in my moron days.
Then the fat melts in to the bread and you still get the meaty flopping and it's amazing.
I hate my phone.
but i like the taste of butter with tuna mayo.
stick that on a couple of slices of fresh white bread and i'm happy, though i'm a brown bread man for virtually anything else.
butter, red and brown, ground pepper.
glad to clear this up.
I've never considered putting butter on those.
Let the <insert sauce of choice> do the work, innit?
zero butter. grease and shit, innit
given that most people only eat that stuff when hungover.
the more grease the better.
but a rasher of bacon melting the butter on a barmcake and then mixing with the brown sauce gives me the sexual quivers.
bit of brown on sandwich two.
jam on nowt
haven't known what to do with myself since Morrisons stopped selling Danish Orchards jam.
there are no exceptions, all toppings need butter, bread and butter are more than the sum of their parts, sandwich bread isnt sandwich bread without butter, its part of the taste, and it holds things together, even relatively liquid fillings dont quite stick to the bread properly without that layer of butter
like say tuna mayo, unless you spread it right to the very edge, then when you get near the end it is just dry crusts, you could spread the tuna mayo to the very edge but could get messy when eating and I think it is actually rounds it off nicer when you finish the bulk of the sandwich with the higher bread ratio, having butter on it makes it satisfying to the last bite
Plain bread please. Or jam, or peanut butter, or paste or whatever, but NO BUTTER.
not for me, tbh.
it's ok if it's good and fresh.
do people butter a couple bits of bread to accompany their meals these days?
this used to be a staple in our gaff, back in the day. not with a roast or anything. stuff like, idk, sausage, beans and chips.
might start doing this again - the bread I throw away is absolutely criminal (usually the last 6 slices)
and obviously when it's chippy tea day.
Then it cries out for a bit of bread and butter to accompany it. It just feels right.
don't make a joke or anything, tell me why I should.
is it just a ball of meat in gravy?
Probably not the most attractive bits of meat they throw in them, either.
I'm not overly mad on them, but are quite tasty on occasion.
Nice to mop up a bit of sauce.
Well want a fish finger sandwich now.
Now do a pun spinoff thread with the last word replaced with "fist". The world is waiting.
DEFROST THEM VOL AU VENTS YOLO
Might just go to bed & listen to the News Quiz though.
on their pancake roll before adding the crispy aromatic duck.
tastes great and has helped me seriously shift the pounds... having a scientist girlfriend is great
but seriously tempted to try this with tea.
How does it help you shift weight anyway?
He attempts to butter a piece of bread. One of the finest wordless scenes in any comedy ever.
does not disappoint.
hope she enjoyed her dry, dry toast
Laugh now, but remember this post when you've gone blind from margarine and are reduced to pawing at the faces of your loved ones to remind yourself what they look like
I dont understand the point of margarine, it may have less fat or whatever but the quantity of butter it takes to coat a piece of bread is pretty minimal, doesnt seem worth the loss in taste
No need for butter there