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Meusli 5 19.23%
Fry up 3 11.54%
Mini wheats, golden syrup and milk 0 0%
French bread with cheese and ham 1 3.85%
Hot toast with lashings of homemade marmalade 4 15.38%
Kedgerie 3 11.54%
Porridge 4 15.38%
Crunchie nut cornflakes,milk and fruit 1 3.85%
Other 5 19.23%
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What do you reckon I had for breakfast?

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I reckon porridge

Because if you'd had a fry up you'd have bumped my brekkie thread
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I'm hoping it's the toast with home made marmalade :drool:
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There's option for 'Nothing (I didn't have time)'?

Should I use the 'other' option???
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There's option for 'Nothing (I didn't have time)'?

Should I use the 'other' option???
That's why there should always be an 'other' option

I just hope by the time I have a reasonable number of results I
can remember what I had
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So what did you have
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Mini wheats and extras, then Porridge, then a fry up

Did I tell you I have a heck of an appetite
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Is it them stair rod thingies you have to take that make you eat like a horse then
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not kerdgerie then?
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Anything curried for breakfast is wrong
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apart from left over curry, of course
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Is it them stair rod thingies you have to take that make you eat like a horse then



[Love that description... I'm calling them that from now on ]
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I bet you remember stair rods from the days when all folk could afford was a strip of carpet up the middle of the stairs to keep the noise down

that said so do I
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Anything curried for breakfast is wrong
Any time of day is a good time for curry...

hmmm..... might go curry some Pilchards now actually...
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Good lord that's disgusting
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Bhargis are rather nice on occasion!
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Bhargis are rather nice on occasion!
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I bet you remember stair rods from the days when all folk could afford was a strip of carpet up the middle of the stairs to keep the noise down

that said so do I
I think ours were made from woven straw
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Good lord that's disgusting
better than you'd think. I normally douse them in tobasco (works especially well on mackerel) but a stout sprinkling of balti curry powder does the job well.
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I think ours were made from woven straw
I think my dad just used nails

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better than you'd think. I normally douse them in tobasco (works especially well on mackerel) but a stout sprinkling of balti curry powder does the job well.
I like fish, I'm not a fan of curry so I'll give that a miss thanks
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I was introduced to it at the Hastings seafood and wine festival - one stand was serving oysters with either lemon or tobasco. Both were awesome.
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