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    Quote Originally Posted by Scouse Hibby View Post
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    Like that myself very tasty, always known it as Mett since I was first tempted by a german colleague.


    In Berlin they've started calling it "Bricklayer's Sushi".


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    Quote Originally Posted by Hibbyradge View Post
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    Oh oh.

    That I wouldn't eat.

    I contracted Hepatitis E from undercooked Pork. Not fatal, but very unpleasant.
    It has to be fresh. When we get management out from the UK I always order this as a snack during negotiations, there's nothing like the sight of a bunch of Teutonic unionists slapping lumps of raw meat on their bread to intimidate the opposition

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    2nd hand book shops. They have a real quiet to them that you no longer get at commercial book stores. And a pretty unique smell too!

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    Going to Asda early on a Sunday morning and getting the weekly shop over and done with by 8:30am.

    There’s almost a peacefulness about the place that’s the exact opposite of the mood if you go in the middle of the afternoon.
    Could be a day trip early next Sunday for hundreds of netters now that you've let the cat out the bag.
    Which Asda do we meet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scouse Hibby View Post
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    Like that myself very tasty, always known it as Mett since I was first tempted by a german colleague.
    I loved it when I lived in Germany, had it for breakfast often.
    Cheese and jam? I like chilli jam with Coldcut and cheese. There are some lovely rosemary jams for cold lamb too

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    Quote Originally Posted by snooky View Post
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    Could be a day trip early next Sunday for hundreds of netters now that you've let the cat out the bag.
    Which Asda do we meet?
    I could tell you but Iíd need to kill you.

    Not sure that really works on an Internet forum when I think about it so Iíll maybe just keep that info to myself.

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    Bonjela, love the stuff.

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    Bonjela, love the stuff.
    Me too. Don't know why but it tastes good and numbs your gums which is strange sensation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hibs#1 View Post
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    Me too. Don't know why but it tastes good and numbs your gums which is strange sensation.
    Yeah, knew a chap who'd put it on his "chap", this was before Durex brought out a similar gel product called "tingle",,,,
    When he told us in the pub it was a case of a moments awkward silence, bemusement then much ridiculing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hibs#1 View Post
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    Me too. Don't know why but it tastes good and numbs your gums which is strange sensation.
    I think you're confusing Bonjela with Absinthe!
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    Pouring a packet of crisps into soup (typically Heinz tomato, oxtail or chicken).

    Haven't had cereal for a long time but always loved the crumbs at the bottom of a packet of frosties and coco pops.

    Burnt tattie scones.

    Cheap imitations of coca cola.

    Smelling permanent markers, petrol, and de-icer.

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    Drinking the vinegar in a jar of beetroot

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    Quote Originally Posted by speedy_gonzales View Post
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    Yeah, knew a chap who'd put it on his "chap", this was before Durex brought out a similar gel product called "tingle",,,,
    When he told us in the pub it was a case of a moments awkward silence, bemusement then much ridiculing.
    😂 don't think I'd take it that far right enough.

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    Drinking the vinegar in a jar of beetroot
    Me too!

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    Lea and Perrins in tomato soup

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alfiembra View Post
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    Lea and Perrins in tomato soup
    Not that weird - just a hot, alcohol - free bloody mary.

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    Unfolding a paperclip, then cleaning in my ear with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by easty View Post
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    Unfolding a paperclip, then cleaning in my ear with it.
    I like cleaning my ears using cotton buds.
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    Unfolding a paperclip, then cleaning in my ear with it.
    Handy things those paperclips - I use the same method for cleaning the s***e out the erse of my phone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WeeRussell View Post
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    Handy things those paperclips - I use the same method for cleaning the s***e out the erse of my phone.

    I'm so glad you ended that sentence with "of my phone".

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    Oh oh.

    That I wouldn't eat.

    I contracted Hepatitis E from undercooked Pork. Not fatal, but very unpleasant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bingo70 View Post
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    Going to Asda early on a Sunday morning and getting the weekly shop over and done with by 8:30am.

    Thereís almost a peacefulness about the place thatís the exact opposite of the mood if you go in the middle of the afternoon.
    I have found myself doing this a lot recently, highly recommended!

    Just to add my own oddity to the discussion, my favourite baked potato filling is tuna mayo AND baked beans. Don't think I have ever had someone agree that its an acceptable combo!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lapsedhibee View Post
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    Bugger off!

    I meant it's not a deadly illness as you well know.
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    Piccalilli straight from the jar.
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    I'm so glad you ended that sentence with "of my phone".
    Me too now you mention it

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    Getting a brand new book and opening near the middle to smell the pages

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    This sounds weird but I like getting up early mid-week when I've got a day off work so I'm awake at the time I'd normally be starting work which gives me the satisfaction of knowing I'll not be working and can spend the day doing what I want.

    I always feel a day off is wasted by having a long lie.
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    To not give up.
    To go the distance.
    To stop at nothing.

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    I find that Judith bird that does the weather strangely attractive.

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    When the odd sock I take off the clothes horse makes a pair with one I've put aside previously.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hibbyradge View Post
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    I like cleaning my ears using cotton buds.
    I have developed a mild obsession with this and do it every day after my shower. I know it's not good for me and some wax is good but I can't help it.

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