|Cos I'd have to make the samosas and do you know how long they take!?!|
When garnish goes beyond a joke • Page 2
There are actually a couple of superb Italian sarnie places round the corner, but they're cash only and I don't carry cash any more, so I have to go the English Shop (that's what it's called) and buy their soggy specials.
Edited by otto at 12:58:49 17-06-2003
UncleLou wrote:I'm guessing neither of you have two-year olds.
And why do people pay for premade sandwiches? £3/€4 when you can get an entire loaf of bread and enough filling for a few sandwiches for the same price. Does it really take that much extra time to make them or can't you find room to take a sandwich with you?
Cause their lazy. Like me. And it's so much easier to just buy a sandwich when you want one and not carry it around the whole day.
Killerbee wrote:Yeah, 79p plus the 140 quid airfare.
Anyway, why not just go down to Tescos where you can get a bog standard cheese & onion sanga for 79p?
Rocket is God's Own Garnish. Marvellous.
Khab wrote:Yeah, there's no excuse for that. It should result in a forum ban. It would, if I was in charge!
They also write "he should of" when they mean "he should have"!
I pay for said soggy Brit sarnies in euros. Nice electronic virtual euros. So ner!
Nice try though.
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