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What constitutes the perfect cooked breakfast?

Beans with a full English?  

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  1. 1. Beans with a full English?

    • Aye, bean me up, Scotty.
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    • Nay, poke your beans up your bum, one at a time.
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On 15/08/2019 at 13:19, mattyq said:

Babushkas in Portrush... lovely little place overlooking the beach

It was £8 with tea

Delicious even the beans - they were homemade and spicy

Bacon very good as were the sausages, potato bread and something called Fadge which is a type of bread, apparently

Waitress top quality

 

 

 

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Big plate or miniature food?

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2 hours ago, Bjornebye said:

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Bacon that looks like afterbirth, Frankfurters and a piece of fried chicken?? Someone needs to nuke that plate, preferably whilst Piers is at the table. The massive cunt.

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Hot dogs on a breakfast, the deviant fucker. Somebody has killed the bacon. Fuck knows what that fritter thing is. And then we have the bean tsunami....

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I was away this last week in Portugal. I had 2 breakfasts, I normally never eat English breakfast abroad, but I just couldn't bring myself to take a picture of their shitness. The 2nd one (in an Irish bar in faro airport if anyone is passing through) was at least edible, but about 12 euros! How is it when in southern european countries, even when they're importing most of the ingredients from the UK, often have British workers, they manage to serve up utter shit? I know I should know better, but sometimes you just need a breakfast even against your better judgement. I may never learn. 

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22 minutes ago, mgw100 said:

I honestly don't get why 'scrambled' is a mainstream egg option for a fry up.

Properly done scrambled egg is delicious. Problem is we have deviants out there who use milk or microwaves when cooking it. 

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11 hours ago, Barry Wom said:

I was away this last week in Portugal. I had 2 breakfasts, I normally never eat English breakfast abroad, but I just couldn't bring myself to take a picture of their shitness. The 2nd one (in an Irish bar in faro airport if anyone is passing through) was at least edible, but about 12 euros! How is it when in southern european countries, even when they're importing most of the ingredients from the UK, often have British workers, they manage to serve up utter shit? I know I should know better, but sometimes you just need a breakfast even against your better judgement. I may never learn. 

 

At least neither of them was a Portuguese breakfast.

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5 minutes ago, Babb'sBurstNad said:

I always knew Morgan would be a pro-beaner.

He has that look about him

Shifty, weak chin, piggy little eyes

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19 minutes ago, Jarvinja Ilnow said:

The tomato is a pearl amidst a pile of garbage. 

The toast may have been passable but for two things.

 

1) only one slice.

 

2) It's been cut it into those poncy fucking triangles. 

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2 hours ago, Bjornebye said:

Properly done scrambled egg is delicious. Problem is we have deviants out there who use milk or microwaves when cooking it. 

I like scrambled eggs but on a fry up you need a runny yolk.

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17 minutes ago, Elite said:

Those hotdogs knock me sick everytime I see that breakfast, even as stand alone hotdogs they look completely diseased.

I think they're what those southerners call saveloys. 

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21 minutes ago, Moo said:

I think they're what those southerners call saveloys. 

Saville-loys would be more apt, the fucking perverts 

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4 hours ago, mgw100 said:

I honestly don't get why 'scrambled' is a mainstream egg option for a fry up.

They are not.

1 hour ago, mgw100 said:

I like scrambled eggs but on a fry up you need a runny yolk.

Si senor

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