The money is in the eyes

Welcome to TMO

Home
Talk
Rants
Life
Music
Web
Media
Society
Sex
Announce
Games

How do I get a tag ?

Read the FAQ !



email us
TMO Talk
Topic Closed  Topic Closed
Post New Topic  
Topic Closed  Topic Closed
my profile login | search | faq | forum home

  next oldest topic   next newest topic
» TMO Talk » Life » The original Lunch Club© (Page 37)

 
This topic is comprised of pages: 61 1  2  3  ...  34  35  36  37  38  39  40  ...  59  60  61 
 
Author Topic: The original Lunch Club©
dang65
it's all the rage
 - posted      Profile for dang65           Edit/Delete Post 
quote:
Originally posted by Hades:
Today... Boots Duck Wrap

You'll find that tortillas or pitta bread are much less chewy.
Posts: 8467  |  IP: Logged
Black Mask

 - posted      Profile for Black Mask           Edit/Delete Post 
Whopper, fries, Coke.

--------------------
sweet

Posts: 13919  |  IP: Logged
Ringo

 - posted      Profile for Ringo           Edit/Delete Post 
Minestrone soup (cup'a'soup), Walkers Sun Bites (onion and rosemary flavour), Granny Smith apple (small)

Thatisall

Posts: 12211  |  IP: Logged
Hades
TMO Member
 - posted      Profile for Hades           Edit/Delete Post 
Hmmmmm... Smocked Salmon and Cream Cheese Bagle.
Completly contray to both my only buying cheap lunches and my trying to eat healthyer during jan, plans... i have weak will power. I'm surprised i never took up smoking.

Posts: 520  |  IP: Logged
MiscellaneousFiles

 - posted      Profile for MiscellaneousFiles           Edit/Delete Post 
A cheese and tomato pizza slice and a ham, cheese & pickle sandwich.
Posts: 14015  |  IP: Logged
Black Mask

 - posted      Profile for Black Mask           Edit/Delete Post 
2 x Ginster Steak Slices
1l Sainsbury's Apple & Raspberry Juice Drink

--------------------
sweet

Posts: 13919  |  IP: Logged
Hades
TMO Member
 - posted      Profile for Hades           Edit/Delete Post 
Boots didnt have the heathly fruit salad i was planning on having today so went for the morocan chicken sandwich of the month instead.
Posts: 520  |  IP: Logged
H1ppychick
We all prisoners, chickee-baby.
We all locked in.
 - posted      Profile for H1ppychick           Edit/Delete Post 
5 x Jacob's Choice Grain crackers plus half a wodge of Cooperative's Wensleydale with spiced fruit (yummy), then a lemon cheesecake Muller light.

Like an IKEA bookshelf - not exactly balanced, but easy to assemble.

--------------------
i'm expressing my inner anguish through the majesty of song

Posts: 4243  |  IP: Logged
Kanye West
TMO Member
 - posted      Profile for Kanye West           Edit/Delete Post 
i haven't had any food since the khobez i mentioned earlier.
Posts: 3821  |  IP: Logged
Octavia
I hate Valentine's Day.
Stupid commercialised crap
 - posted      Profile for Octavia           Edit/Delete Post 
Three leftover dumplings, a peach slice and some tomato.
Posts: 3339  |  IP: Logged
Ringo

 - posted      Profile for Ringo           Edit/Delete Post 
Tomato soup, walkers crisps, and an apple.

I've got an Oxo cube for if I get a bit cold later.

Posts: 12211  |  IP: Logged
Kanye West
TMO Member
 - posted      Profile for Kanye West           Edit/Delete Post 
jerk chicken, rice n peas, sweet dumpling.
Posts: 3821  |  IP: Logged
Cherry In Hove
Channel 39
 - posted      Profile for Cherry In Hove           Edit/Delete Post 
You're a jerk, chicken.
Posts: 4934  |  IP: Logged
dance margarita
TMO Member
 - posted      Profile for dance margarita           Edit/Delete Post 
Sweet dumplings, though. Peanut butter sandwich, banana, apple. Not really enough.

--------------------
evil is boring: cheerful power

Posts: 1655  |  IP: Logged
Black Mask

 - posted      Profile for Black Mask           Edit/Delete Post 
Keepin' it real.

--------------------
sweet

Posts: 13919  |  IP: Logged
Ringo

 - posted      Profile for Ringo           Edit/Delete Post 
I'm drinking my Oxo cube
Posts: 12211  |  IP: Logged
Kanye West
TMO Member
 - posted      Profile for Kanye West           Edit/Delete Post 
quote:
Originally posted by Ringo:
I'm drinking my Oxo cube

bit dry?
Posts: 3821  |  IP: Logged
Ringo

 - posted      Profile for Ringo           Edit/Delete Post 
I added some water
Posts: 12211  |  IP: Logged
Kanye West
TMO Member
 - posted      Profile for Kanye West           Edit/Delete Post 
that's the ticket.
Posts: 3821  |  IP: Logged
Kanye West
TMO Member
 - posted      Profile for Kanye West           Edit/Delete Post 
do you think there's a wider market for drinking drinks made out of powdered cows? Beefy energy drinks? (red bull?) SteakShots? calf-based sparkling 'wine'?

[ 07.01.2010, 09:09: Message edited by: Kanye West ]

Posts: 3821  |  IP: Logged
dance margarita
TMO Member
 - posted      Profile for dance margarita           Edit/Delete Post 
Could you not afford a cupasoup? Current climate, i know.

--------------------
evil is boring: cheerful power

Posts: 1655  |  IP: Logged
Cherry In Hove
Channel 39
 - posted      Profile for Cherry In Hove           Edit/Delete Post 
It might be a vegetable oxo cube. You're just assuming it is beef
Posts: 4934  |  IP: Logged
Cherry In Hove
Channel 39
 - posted      Profile for Cherry In Hove           Edit/Delete Post 
Does anyone drink Bovril these days? How amazing is that though. "You can use this as a tasty meaty spread for your breakfast or you can add hot water to make a horrendous hot drink"
Posts: 4934  |  IP: Logged
Ringo

 - posted      Profile for Ringo           Edit/Delete Post 
I already had a tomato cup'a'soup for my lunch. This is a post-lunch beef treat.

It's a nice thing to drink when it's warm. Makes you feel cozy.

Posts: 12211  |  IP: Logged
Kanye West
TMO Member
 - posted      Profile for Kanye West           Edit/Delete Post 
ahh, a lovely beef treat.
Posts: 3821  |  IP: Logged
Octavia
I hate Valentine's Day.
Stupid commercialised crap
 - posted      Profile for Octavia           Edit/Delete Post 
quote:
Originally posted by Kanye West:
do you think there's a wider market for drinking drinks made out of powdered cows? Beefy energy drinks? (red bull?) SteakShots? calf-based sparkling 'wine'?

If Red Bull tasted like Bovril I would drink it.
Posts: 3339  |  IP: Logged
mart
Wearing nothing but a smile
 - posted      Profile for mart           Edit/Delete Post 
Wouldn't you just drink Bovril?

[ 07.01.2010, 09:11: Message edited by: mart ]

Posts: 7807  |  IP: Logged
Black Mask

 - posted      Profile for Black Mask           Edit/Delete Post 
I went to Millwall on Saturday, they still sell Bovril there.

--------------------
sweet

Posts: 13919  |  IP: Logged
Kanye West
TMO Member
 - posted      Profile for Kanye West           Edit/Delete Post 
quote:
Originally posted by Cherry In Hove:
Does anyone drink Bovril these days?

bovril is no longer beefy.
Posts: 3821  |  IP: Logged
Ringo

 - posted      Profile for Ringo           Edit/Delete Post 
I have a Bovril fridge magnet.
Posts: 12211  |  IP: Logged
Black Mask

 - posted      Profile for Black Mask           Edit/Delete Post 
quote:
Originally posted by mart:
Wouldn't you just drink Bovril?

And you're a translator, you say..?

--------------------
sweet

Posts: 13919  |  IP: Logged
Black Mask

 - posted      Profile for Black Mask           Edit/Delete Post 
quote:
Originally posted by Ringo:
I have a Bovril fridge magnet.

That's no way to talk about your wife!

--------------------
sweet

Posts: 13919  |  IP: Logged
Cherry In Hove
Channel 39
 - posted      Profile for Cherry In Hove           Edit/Delete Post 
Why is bovril no longer beefy? Surely the only reason anyone bought bovril instead of marmite was so that they could have a meaty spread for breakfast. It is now redundant.
Posts: 4934  |  IP: Logged
Kanye West
TMO Member
 - posted      Profile for Kanye West           Edit/Delete Post 
i like the taste of red bull. raz told me that they used some kind of extract from bull's testicles, and I believed him.
Posts: 3821  |  IP: Logged
Kanye West
TMO Member
 - posted      Profile for Kanye West           Edit/Delete Post 
quote:
Originally posted by Cherry In Hove:
Why is bovril no longer beefy? Surely the only reason anyone bought bovril instead of marmite was so that they could have a meaty spread for breakfast. It is now redundant.

surely we're all hoity-toity enough to have either liver paste or tescos value pate if we want spreadable meat?
Posts: 3821  |  IP: Logged


 
This topic is comprised of pages: 61 1  2  3  ...  34  35  36  37  38  39  40  ...  59  60  61 
 
Post New Topic  
Topic Closed  Topic Closed
Open Topic   Feature Topic   Move Topic   Delete Topic next oldest topic   next newest topic
 - Printer-friendly view of this topic
Hop To:


Contact Us | The Moon Online

copyright TMO y2k+

Powered by Infopop Corporation
UBB.classic™ 6.6.1