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On 05/06/2019 at 22:32, Tony Moanero said:

Belmont Biscuits (Aldi) are biscuits for cunts. Just had their version of Biscoff and have to report that I feel thoroughly cuntish.

I've just had an Aldi Seal Bar, their version of the Penguin, and it was entirely acceptable. 

 

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2 hours ago, Sugar Ape said:

Not sure if they’re classed as a biscuit but they’ve in the same aisle. Stroopwafel. I’m addicted to the things. Fucking lovely.

 

 

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Never heard of them but what a fucking name 

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8 minutes ago, Bjornebye said:

Never heard of them but what a fucking name 

 

They sell them in the Sainsbury’s on Old Hall street mate by the biscuits. Get on them. 

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1 hour ago, Bjornebye said:

Never heard of them but what a fucking name 

Stroop is Dutch for syrup as in the golden kind. They are probably the best thing about the Netherlands. 

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2 hours ago, cloggypop said:

Stroopwafels are boss. Get different types here as well. 

 

If you aren't already, make sure you cover the top of a mug of coffee with one until it starts going soft. Waaaaaay better like that. 

 

2 hours ago, Tony Moanero said:

Better than dunking them in coffee?

T,  what you want to do is make a cup of coffee, cover your mug like Cloggy says until soft and munch. For the next one top up your coffee with hot water before adding your next stroopwafel and repeat until you've mauled them all. Then pour your full to the brim cup of coffee down the sink. 

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I can't believe none of you uncultured cunts have heard of Stroopwafels. Next you'll be saying you haven't heard of houmous. This is how the expression "it's grim up north" came about. 

 

I for one am OUTRAGED. 

 

This country. 

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2 minutes ago, Remmie said:

 

T,  what you want to do is make a cup of coffee, cover your mug like Cloggy says until soft and munch. For the next one top up your coffee with hot water before adding your next stroopwafel and repeat until you've mauled them all. Then pour your full to the brim cup of coffee down the sink. 

Ha ha. Will be back to rep.

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2 minutes ago, Remmie said:

I can't believe none of you uncultured cunts have heard of Stroopwafels. Next you'll be saying you haven't heard of houmous. This is how the expression "it's grim up north" came about. 

 

I for one am OUTRAGED. 

 

This country. 

 

It reminds me of the morons you get on Come Dine With Me, who all seem to have great jobs and live in lovely houses, but when it comes to the menus, they've never heard of stuff like coulis or filo pastry.

 

Pearls before swine.

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22 minutes ago, Remmie said:

 

T,  what you want to do is make a cup of coffee, cover your mug like Cloggy says until soft and munch. For the next one top up your coffee with hot water before adding your next stroopwafel and repeat until you've mauled them all. Then pour your full to the brim cup of coffee down the sink. 

Remmie knows. If you are in the Netherlands drink the coffee, if in the UK throw the coffee away. Especially if you are drinking 1980s Mellow Birds. 

 

 

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44 minutes ago, Remmie said:

I can't believe none of you uncultured cunts have heard of Stroopwafels. Next you'll be saying you haven't heard of houmous. This is how the expression "it's grim up north" came about. 

 

I for one am OUTRAGED. 

 

This country. 

I've heard of them. I got some from a Dutch market stall. In Norway. Bit too sweet for me. 

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2 minutes ago, cloggypop said:

You'd have no chance against a stroopwafel. It'd welly you everywhere. 

I'd crush the little bastards.

 

Nah I'm intrigued. Defo going to get some. 

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Just had my first one of these.  They are, quite frankly, a thing of beauty and majesty. 

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They're available from Sainsbury's and if you don't get some soon, then you deserve eternal damnation in a pit of boiling sulfur and dogshit and a thousand centuries of stale Oreos, because God hates you.

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On 20/06/2019 at 18:24, cloggypop said:

Remmie knows. If you are in the Netherlands drink the coffee, if in the UK throw the coffee away. Especially if you are drinking 1980s Mellow Birds. 

 

 

You're insulting Tony there. Or maybe he's stockpiled Maxwell House in his garden bunker?

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19 hours ago, AngryofTuebrook said:

Just had my first one of these.  They are, quite frankly, a thing of beauty and majesty. 

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They're available from Sainsbury's and if you don't get some soon, then you deserve eternal damnation in a pit of boiling sulfur and dogshit and a thousand centuries of stale Oreos, because God hates you.

Same company make a dark chocolate ginger.

 

Oh fucking yes.

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1 hour ago, Lizzie Birdsworths Wrinkled Chopper said:

Eternal damnation in a pit of boiling sulfur and dogshit sounds like the official cooking process for Oreos, btw.

 

They are, to paraphrase tlw’s finest son, a cunt’s biscuit.

 

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