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Cherry In Hove
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So no sauce or salad or butter or anything? Just a fried egg on a dry muffin?
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Cherry In Hove
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I have got salad including beetroot, sweetcorn, rocket, cous cous with roasted vegetables, jalapenos, some sort of pasta and potato salad.
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Thorn Davis

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Cheese sandwich.
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Kanye West
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I could well eat a mcdonalds.
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Thorn Davis

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The cheese in it is Boursin. Here's a page about boursin that Benway might enjoy - it's specifically designed to allow you to impress people with your Boursin related knowledge.
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Cherry In Hove
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I don't think I would like Boursin in a sandwich. I disapprove of your lunch.
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Tilde
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quote:
Originally posted by Cherry In Hove:
So no sauce or salad or butter or anything? Just a fried egg on a dry muffin?

Tomato ketchup, a bit of flora on the muffin. Salad? on a fried egg?
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Kanye West
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I've never had boursin, but I remember the adverts.

I've recently been on a gloucester tip. Stuff is great with mexican food.

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Cherry In Hove
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You can have salad with a fried egg. I suppose you don't have to specify "no salad" but the fact that you didn't specify sauce led me to believe that we weren't getting the full story so I had to check all possibilities.
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Boursin is no match for Le Roulé...
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Cherry In Hove
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Someone in my office went for the mushroom soup from the canteen and they're now complaining that it is a bit grey.

I'm not entirely sure what they were expecting when they got mushroom soup.

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Thorn Davis

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quote:
Originally posted by Cherry In Hove:
Someone in my office went for the mushroom soup from the canteen and they're now complaining that it is a bit grey.

That reminds me of when someone in my office ordered soup of the day at the local pub and her and the sales manager were horrified that it had stilton in it. They were like "Stilton? In soup?" as though it were the most insane and grotesque idea anyone had ever conceived.
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quote:
Originally posted by Cherry In Hove:
I'm not entirely sure what they were expecting when they got mushroom soup.

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Thorn Davis

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quote:
Originally posted by Kanye West:
I've never had boursin, but I remember the adverts.

Oh I'm sure you were making Boursin when you just eight years old and the very idea that anyone might find it interesting or glamourous is laughable to you.
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Ringo

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Bagel again today. Plain bagel with pastrami and some cheddar with chilli bits in it. Followed up with some black pepper crisps which I got from the ethnic foods section in Tesco, a blueberry Nutri-Grain bar, and a large Granny Smith apple.

Good lunch

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Kanye West
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there is a mcdonalds like ten minutes away. I could do that. Or I could get a curry or something from the market. I don't know. I just want to go home and sleep and cry and then have a wash, then cry again, then watch tv, then cry, then maybe shovel a disgusting chinese meal into my stomach, have a good cry, and then finally sleep. Such are tuesdays.
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Ringo

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You could go to Subway or something. I had a nice sub yesterday. Chicken Teryaki with cheese, green peppers and red onion. It was very nice, though the girl behind the counter was so common I couldn't make out her slurred speech which resulted in a rather tense moment when she tried to explain that I could choose between a free bag of crisps or a free cookie. It took several attempts before I could work out what the hell she was actually saying.

[ 24.11.2009, 07:27: Message edited by: Ringo ]

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Kanye West
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I have been unable to stomach subway after a moment of disgusting indulgence during my last jaunt to San Jose.
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Cherry In Hove
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Did you go for the cookie or the coke Ringo?
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Cherry In Hove
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reading comprehension FTL. cookie or crisps.
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Ringo

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Cookie. Though I asked for the double chocolate chip and she gave me the regular chocolate chip instead. I didn't have the inclination to bother correcting her.
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Hades
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quote:
Originally posted by Cherry In Hove:
FTL. cookie or crisps.

Faster than Light cookies and crisps? Might not do your stomach too much good.
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MiscellaneousFiles

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I picked up a chicken, salami and tomato sandwich from Marks's, largely because I'd never seen that combination of fillings before. It was £2.75.

I can report that it is fucking horrible. The filling is largely mayonnaise, the chicken is that disgusting sliced "roll" stuff (I'm surprised it didn't have a chicken's face drawn on it) and the salami reminded me more of the smell of lunch time in the form room at school, than what you might expect from a high class supermarket. Perhaps it's trying to be retro? I took three bites and chucked it in the bin.

Back to apples and orange juice (from concetrate) then.

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Ringo

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Chicken and salami sounds like a slightly unusual combination.
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Kanye West
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is anybody sobbing at their desks right now? [Cool]
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Hades
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quote:
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Chicken and salami sounds like a slightly unusual combination.

Thats nothing. While i was a student i worked in subway. I once made myself a chicken/ham/turkey/beef/salami/peperoni/stake with meetball sauce sub.

It was rather yummy but i did rather feel like my heart was seizing up as i ate it.

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quote:
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is anybody sobbing at their desks right now?

I'm at work, so I can't sob visibly at my desk.
But know that I am sobbing on the inside.

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Kanye West
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if you were working from home, would you be crying openly?
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Thorn Davis

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If I was working from home, I'd be delighted.
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Kanye West
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If I was working from home, I'd be warmer.
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Thorn Davis

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I'm picturing it now. I'd be up in the loft, listening to some music, thinking about rearranging the desk. Maybe Octavia would come up with a cup of tea and some flapjacks and we'd laugh at the baby, then I'd say "Anyway, I'd better get on with this back cover copy" and she'd leave and I'd spend the next three hours masturbating. It'd be idyllic.
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Thorn Davis

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Writing copy about Rwandan genocide alays gets me fired up, you see.
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Thorn Davis

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In fact I've been reading about it all morning. I'd never given it much thought before but it seems like a pretty bleak scene.
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Cherry In Hove
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Do you think it's just Rwandan genocide that you find bleak or do you have a similar opinion of other genocides?
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Thorn Davis

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I don't know. I think I'd have to look at each genocide on its own merits. I wouldn't like to dismiss all genocides any more than I would like to dimiss all hip-hop. Some of it can be quite listenable and energetic.
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