Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Mary, Oct 17, 2013.
Ummm dry roasted.
Sorry I meant I've lost my discus.
It looks like this.
Have you seen it?
no but i think theirs a bloke who cumz on ear that could make ya one
Does he have lumps?
And I'd rather he didn't come on my ear.
thats him up their^^^^^^^ , wouldnt be sure he wouldnt do either
I never used to enjoy going to a discus cos I'm rubbish at dancing
Why don't you Brits like garlic?
Where did you read that?
I heard that you couldn't even buy it till not so long ago, and i've read that British families on holiday to Spain took over hotel kitchens so they wouldn't have to eat any dishes dipped in ghastly garlic.
Seems a tad extreme ,taking over a Hotel kitchen ,surely an English gent ,accompanied by his family would smile and apologies while refusing said fare?(in that wonderful way only an English gent can do)
In the boys own book on typically 1950s English life.
Some of us even speak other languages too @Sven Shock horror the stereotypical English man is a thing of the past. unless you venture on to an estate, either will do- council or country
Love it so I moved to France and I am still to see one Frenchman wearing any over his striped top .
I also love chilies and Marmite.
I once ate raw sea urchin on a beach in Lazio whilst trying to convince an Italian Doctor I was English using my best Napolitano dialect. He saw me eat the raw sea urchin and said abruptly that I was " never English!" and walked off in disgust!
Your decustin PT.
I've had oysters, ten a penny in these parts.
I have never eaten is oyster, Not because I don't want to. just never had the chance. I have eaten an awful lot of stuff out of the sea though, cooked and raw depending on recipe.
What!!!!! you get too much Peter Kay over there!
Im bored with this now but... "Garlic bread!"
@poptop2 - Eddie Shoestring btw!
Well i asked coz i'm stuck with this Welsh guy (my sort of stepfather) for two months, and he can't stand garlic, if he gets any in his food, he goes to the bathroom and spits it out (that bad haha), so i got to hear some history from him, apparently the British isles were never very keen on this vegetable.
Separate names with a comma.