the majesty of roll
what % would you need a sandwich to be discounted to buy it over a fresher one? Let's say discounts date is today and fresh is 19th September.
Imagining a baby coming out the vagina doesn't scream miracle to me. It makes me want to cross my legs and never think about having sex again.
and on and on
*contains a disclaimer
if there's lettuce and it's liquidy, then the price is irrelevant.
just answer the fucking question.
40% I reckon (liquidy dependent)
Don't women poo as they're pushing the baby out?
This is hard work.
I'm not paying over half the price for a sandwich that's out of date today.
seems about right to me
Do you think it's the weather?
Regardless, I am never pushing a baby out of my hole.
to transfer their fertilized egg into a test tube which they can raise and grow like a plant from home
kind of like owning a sea monkey
You've got the microminge.
and you get what you deserve
which has an inflatable membrane around it which protects the embryo fomr the elements and is also connected to a food and oxygen supply. Easy, see, i totally should have been a doctor.
At the Freddie Mercury tribute concert just this weekend :)
Brie, Stilton, Vintage Cheddar
sliced Edam and Boursin.
...fuck that shizzle.
I'm a big fan of a good strong cheddar
Red Leicester or Double Gloucester?
Boursin is also a good shout, but I'm trying to vary flavour and texture here.
If so, can we talk vinegar. my parents wnat to buy me some culinary bits and bobs to make up for the fact that they have somehow managed to wreck some of my stuff that had been ni storage in their house. I'd like some fancy vinegars. What fancy vinegars should I get? At the moment i only have white wine vinegar (homemeade.)
I'm not down with that.
Excellent with tiger loaf and proper butter.
But fried with basil and a little bit of chilli it is the nicest thing <3
Otherwise all a bit dull. Unless we're putting it on some toast with Worchester sauce?
might be a bit weird though
What about rice vinegar. Is there any point to it?
especially on top of a caprese.
Also you can take a chicken (or some other poultry), score it with a knife, and rub the fig balsamic over before roasting and it is bloody wonderful.
The fig one sounds amazing!
It's a little thicker and has a sweet fruitiness than you get with a regular balsamic, which makes it just perfect.
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