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Tattie scone, eggs, links, black pudding, beans, mushrooms, bacon, soda scone and square slice and a big steaming hot mug of tea. Yum Yum Yum. That'll do me until Tuesday. A week off work, a week on the bevy. Yeeha.

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was at the carvery at the pub tonight. Roast tatties, peas, green beans, pork and gravy - $10. Which is about £4.

Home to finish off the honey soy chicken crisps and weight watcher's eclairs for pudding....

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Breakfast: waffle

Lunch: tortilla chips, black beans, chile con queso

Dinner: quiche, probably

do you live abroad,swampy,or are you of Latin origin?all your grub seems to be Spanish/Italian.no wind up,just curious.

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Going to get myself a M&S lunch meal deal when I can be bothered to move, Chicken and Bacon baguette, Walkers big eat and diet coke :D

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I got taken out for dinner tonight..

Chicken tikka masala, pilau rice and a garlic nann. Was lovely :D

By whom; and what was for dessert (that's pudding BTW)? Be honest now.

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By whom; and what was for dessert (that's pudding BTW)? Be honest now.

My boyfriend and no dessert, I was rather full up.

Edited by Honest Saints Fan

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No McFlurry this time Kilt. Maybe he will treat me to one tonight.

:o:o

You'll note my restraint in the 'double-entendré' opportunities there! :D

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Dessert is the best part, you have to leave room for that.

It is the best part, but Swedes don't really have desserts on their menus. It's usually just ice cream.

:o:o

You'll note my restraint in the 'double-entendré' opportunities there! :D

Yes, well done.

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:o:o

You'll note my restraint in the 'double-entendré' opportunities there! :D

Its not like you, and that one was so obvious.

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It is the best part, but Swedes don't really have desserts on their menus. It's usually just ice cream.

Yes, well done.

I dont think I would like it there :(

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Going to get myself a M&S lunch meal deal when I can be bothered to move, Chicken and Bacon baguette, Walkers big eat and diet coke :D

Currently Noming it now :)

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Tattie scone, eggs, links, black pudding, beans, mushrooms, bacon, soda scone and square slice and a big steaming hot mug of tea. Yum Yum Yum. That'll do me until Tuesday. A week off work, a week on the bevy. Yeeha.

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