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This is the best apple I've ever had.
The perfect balance of crisp bite and fresh juice.
I can't believe it,
I've never had an apple
that tastes so good
cheapo Sainsbury's multipack job.
But well tasty.
Gonna tackle my sranies next.
Got some awesome cheese in one and turkey, stuffing and mayo in the other.
On seeded bread.
I spent Â£102 in Sainsbury's yesterday.
I now cannot afford to eat at ATP!
i've just had a sainsburys granny smith from a multipack and that was rather nice...
This is the best slice of pizza I've ever had.
The perfect balance of crisp stuffed crust and fresh grease.
I can't believe it
I've never had a pizza
that tastes so good
This coment has the perfect balance of humour and ironic post-modernism.
The "one 'M'" "comment" was a particularly avant-garde move.
And wishpig hauls me over the coals for a DVD Recorder thread.
I left my organic pears at home. How much of a doofus am I?
superflous thread I have ever had the pleasure of adding a witless remark to
it was silly wasn't it?
So I win.
You are meant to say:
"I don't know. How do you make a fruit cordial?"
Cos you think I'm asking how to concoct a fruit-based beverage.
Then I hit you with the hilarious punch-line. It's not difficult.
hilarious punch line then?
The joke is as follows:
Q: How do you make a fruit cordial?
A: Be nice to him.
is NOone interested in apple bobbing?
my question still stands
were both technically right.
You've done it!!
Got any more?
Well done Wishpig, you de winner.
in the eyes?
as she specified both eyes. 'Pig's would only work if he had only got one eye.
You wanna set up a company? :-D
Was probably poking a pirate in the eye, making her technically still right...
with a blunt object?
is "take away its chair", but it's much of a muchness.
I'll accept that, but "push it" is what I've got on the card.
how can that have a double meaning? What's a dinosaur float?!
Cos they get dirty if you kick em along on the ground?
1950's joke? I'm confused...
(coke and ice-cream drink - try it when you get home)
it sounds disgusting! Actually, I can't drink coke - will it work with lemonade?
Try it - it's lovely. Cream soda is even more sickening.
can you drink that?
I really did have a deprived childhood...
but that was when I was about 8 years old.
Bull charging? Take away it's credit card.
rabbit stew: keep it waiting for a few hours.
sodastream? anyone used to have one? i didnt, but i know people who did.
No one knows why they had them though. There wasn't really any point to it.
but it excites me:
my ex-boyfriend's ex-housemate's dad INVENTED Soda Stream. Ace.
I was never allowed one when I was little. We never had anything unhealthy :(
i cant really remember
then you added fizzy drink flavour cordial to it. It always tasted a bit inferior though. Like pub coke, I suppose.
what's cream soda?
but kind of icecream flavoured. It's nice but a bit sickly.
I was never allowed soda stream either, or coco pops or pop tarts, or to watch grange hill.
Cream soda is a sweet carbonated soft drink. In the American market it is usually clear or coloured brown and vanilla or bubble gum flavoured. Canadian cream soda is almost always pink and has a unique taste somewhat reminiscent of grenadine. Red cream sodas also exist, with tastes usually leaning towards the bubble gum variety. They are primarily sold in the South of the U.S., and especially Texas.
Apple Bobbing rules.
and in Casualty vs. Holby City they replaced the water with ACID. So now I'm really scared of it.
What the fuck?
special things where the two programmes cross. The best bit about it is where they mix the two theme tunes together, it's ace!
I love Holby City.
Actually I hope you are, but now I've met you I know you have a very trustworthy face so if you are lying it means you're actually evil.
Did you ever get your student card back off Crablin?
but I understand I have a problem.
And no, Crablin is still in possession of my face.
only women like Holby City. I had a flatmate and sh'd literally have a massive strop if she couldn't sit and smoke her bloody rollies whilst having an hour to watch Holby. I do'n tknow a single bloke who likes it.
to like it when Dennis Lawson was in it, due to the Star Wars connection. He got hooked then!
Nice try, though.
I think Nicey's mate must be a worryingly hardcore Star Wars fan for that. Wedge is hardly a major player! :-D
He's better in Local Hero anyway. Cool movie.
I nearly posted that earlier, but thought it would seem like I'm obsessed with Dennis Lawson.
but I'd forgotten.
Are you a Star Wars fan, then Nicey? You can marry me if you are and there aren't many girls who get that offer I can tell you.
as in, I like them, but I'm not really loyal to them. And the one that's just come out is my favourite.
Who am I marrying then?
Hss loads of Star Wars references. Irrelevant but true, so do Bearsuit. I don't know why i typed this, i think i want to add my name to the marriage battle.
We could all become moonies.
I'll leave that there...
he did. As well as alcoholic surgeon Tom Campbell-Gore.
Miss Marple should help out in 'Waking the Dead'...
Just a thought...
that's doing the rounds at the moment.
HARDCORE! how come they all still have chins?
please delete this thread so no one else wastes 5 minutes of their life reading it
in other news, theres two hours and 40 minutes until the Bristol meetup
people better turn up!
In Australia, cream soda is generally known as creaming soda and is pink, much like the Canadian version. Australians are also able to enjoy the American "brown vanilla" version as it is also made and marketed locally. The most common manufacturer of creaming soda in Australia is arguably Kirks, a soft drink manufacturer with a variety of other products. As of 2005, Kirks creaming soda is made and distributed by Coca Cola. Up until the mid 1990s, Kirks also produced Snow Cap, which was essentially the vanilla flavoured brown version of the drink. The name "Snow Cap" was created to differentiate the pink and brown versions of the drink. Snow Cap is no longer produced.
Another variety is one referred to as Italian cream soda. This is usually a mixture of carbonated water and Half and half or cream combined with vanilla syrup. Ratios vary widely, but the taste is usually that of sweetened, flavored milk.
The variety of cream soda sold in Japan is almost always green in colour, and the taste is reminiscent of melon-flavored Fanta.
In South Africa, Cream soda is sold under the name "Creme Soda", and Coca-Cola produces some under its Sparletta brand. It is green in colour and has a vanilla flavour.
it's all so complicated.
I need to try this. Who's buying me a cream soda 'float' then?
just stop right there.
Honeycrisp (this seems to be the best apple you can buy in canada)
Grannies and Braeburns right at the peak of the season when they're sweet and crisp
Pink Ladies are the best kind of apples!
names the apples.
him off neighbours, it's his day job that's why he's so crinkly like an old crabapple
I'm not evil at all, I really want to change that picture as I look like a right stroppy bitch. actually I should have stopped at 666, never mind.
Ah, the irony.
the profumo affair > profumagate.
1963, fact fans.