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Here are the results of the latest YouGov poll for you to dissect. Savoury and Sweet edition. 

 

The full English has beans on it which says it all.

 

 

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Black pudding and kippers on the crap tier.

 

You all need to get the fuck out of there because you're going to end up with a minus deal brexit, closely followed by the entire country spontaneously combusting.

 

ETA I'm leaving for a while because I don't want to be around when Mook sees haggis on the crap tier.

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6 minutes ago, Babb'sBurstNad said:

I always associate scotch eggs with depressing buffets. You know when you see them on a table you're going to have a shit time.

No, you know you're about to have a fucking great time because you're about to eat a scotch egg.

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Beans on a full English for fuck’s sake. And putting Steak & Kidney Pudding, Black Pudding, Kippers and Haggis in the bottom tier shows that flogging needs to be returned.

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1 hour ago, General Dryness said:

Black pudding and kippers on the crap tier.

 

You all need to get the fuck out of there because you're going to end up with a minus deal brexit, closely followed by the entire country spontaneously combusting.

 

ETA I'm leaving for a while because I don't want to be around when Mook sees haggis on the crap tier.

It's fine, I've just went round the nearest YouGov office & massacred several employees with a machete.

 

An eye for an eye.

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It's telling that beans don't appear anywhere except for (incorrectly) on the full English.  Bacon and sausages both feature in their own standalone dishes.  

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