please comment below, I'll expect my double century by 5 ta
I've already deleted over 150 comments. damn.
cycle of having the same discussions every day, with people making the same points. We need to think of some new topics to have opinions on.
Are there any international political situations we can wade in on? Or new games to play or something?
when discussing politics, religion and food.
clearly this is post-election methadone.
could we do a thing on the supreme court contraception ruling? ONE of the board fascists must be up for defending that? Limmers?
people who are having regular sex.
people who don't want people having sex apart from once per conception
As long as they're having as little fun as possible.
and then loads of first-year students come and live in their old flats/post under their old usernames and talk about the same things but it's new and interesting for them
a la hollyoaks
Imagine a no chinned wally in sunglasses eating £8 fried chicken in a pop up restaurant in Brixton
one of my friends posted a picture of herself with a chinless friend the other day. His entire head was fascinating. So small. Such a sharp line from mouth to neck. Just astonishing. He wasn't even that ugly. He had a kind of handsomeness about him, but in a slightly unsettling way.
wonder where he's off to?
I went to Persepolis in Peckham at the weekend. £3.50 mezze platter. Fucking SUBLIME.
the food is fantastic and the amount you get for the money is an affront to god. they will STUFF you.
i had this rolled brisket thing this time. they also had this new spanish port but it wasn't as good as the one we had.
went somewhere nice in Derby on Saturday. can't remember the name.
I think I really came close to literally rupturing something when I did the soft open there.
only been once for the dinner menu and spent £50 on a date. that might not be much for you London types but its more than i spent on my last girlfriend in six months.
and not been back since, tbh.
If you literally had beers and bonus brisket it'd be well cheap, though.
dinner for two somewhere half decent (including a few drinks) would be at least £50
and said it was good.
Can I use this thread to add people who say 'nandos is just a middle class KFC'(as if that isn't a really appealing concept, to the people who list
^has never been to a nandos, ever
If I could find a way to avoid occasionally getting chicken that's been in the hot bin forever and dried out KFC would be flawless.
they both have shit chips though actually.
Next time I think "oooh Nando's" I hope I go to KFC instead.
also you'd well love that rotisserie place. they do them french-style so all the fat drips onto potatoes at the bottom. it's obscene.
couple of tubs of gravy. Honestly, KFC gravy is so good.
A good nandos, slightly chared but not dry is unbeatable. KFC are more consistently good
I had some nice pulled pork at the weekend
so good. clear reminder of why it became a thing; every chump now seems to serve gloppy slowcooker dogfood under that name.
Got a week off STAYCATION at the end of August and it's on my list of shit to check out midweek when its quiet.
It's probably the one thing we need most and it's grown into the single biggest contributor to environmental problems and econonmic instability we know of. The feeding of cattle contributing to world hunger is an insanly backward idea to me. Let alone the social problems of obesity and diets and body image we see in the capitalist west.
The fact we need it sold to us all middle class and aspirational is just the tragic freudian cherry on the shit cake.
this thread is for the celebration of middle class foodie ridiculousness. please just find a rage against the machine fansite or whatever for this stuff
Perhaps you'd rather I just post countless twee food articles for you to forget your pointless life over
maybe you're better off here
I'm sure you'll get over the pointlessness over existences sooner or later. Maybe just have a tea or something.
So long as you have food in your mouth, you have solved all questions for the time being.
It was shit.
I also made tapenade (9/10) and tzatziki (8/10) and flat breads (7/10). Strong aggregrate score of 8/10 utterly fucked by the houmous (5/10).
seriously I thought home-made houmous was terrible until I did that recipe. then I realised it was only because I'd only had it from vegan white-man-dreadlocked RFWares who brought it to barbecues .
Now I do need therapy
So, SO difficult to get it right. You'll waste so much time and money trying to nail it. M&S houmous is perfection and it's £1.50 a tub. Get that instead.
Still got a shedload of it in the fridge. But the effort/reward payoff with tapenade is incredible compared to houmous.