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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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28 minutes ago, Bjornebye said:

The worst thing is, Ardja would pay 30 quid for that. 

 

We need Lifey back on bacon duty before we all start dying. 

 

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2 hours ago, Elite said:

Not a full brekkie but a light lunch.

 

 

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You are one sick fucking bastard.

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3 hours ago, Elite said:

Not a full brekkie but a light lunch.

 

 

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I hear the DUP would rather hold their next Christmas party at G.A.Y. than countenance eating this plate of nonsense. 

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4 hours ago, Mudface said:

Is it on trend not to bother cooking the bacon these days?

I reckon a lot of cafes cook it in advance and microwave it or something. 

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5 hours ago, TheHowieLama said:

No toast??? No tea???

 

The cafeteria tray is a nice touch - as is using yer Nan's old china.

 

Egg is done well -- bacon is borderline inedible -- shrooms needed a little more time on the fire.

 

No keys, no conker.

 

6.8/10

The bar set even lower.

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1 hour ago, Barry Wom said:

I reckon a lot of cafes cook it in advance and microwave it or something. 

Or cook it in advance and keep it warm, like chippies do.

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On 24/08/2019 at 10:50, Barry Wom said:

Well here's a home made one today. I was home alone for breakfast, so tried to make something that will get me the other side of the match. It was too much for me, I couldn't finish it and couldn't fit my beans on the plate. 

 

2 bacon

2 Ulster fry

2 black pud

1 white pud

2 pork and pepper sausage

2 tomato sausage

2 eggs

2 home made hash brown

1 fried slice

 

It was fucking lovely though, just a shame I couldn't finish it. 

 

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That looks really good but I'm not repping because of your usage of the word 'pud'.

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23 minutes ago, El Rojo said:

That looks really good but I'm not repping because of your usage of the word 'pud'.

Can’t get White Pudding down here for some reason as with Bacon Ribs so must bring some back next time ,also you don’t see Ulster Fry , I remember having it on a toasted sarnie at the Pier Head Bus Station years ago sometimes. A few weeks ago we had our breakfast in a cafe in Orrell Rd Bootle and had Liver Sausage too , can’t remember having that before in a full English, tasty.

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52 minutes ago, Spy Bee said:

Does anyone else like a bit of English Mustard on their brecky?

Boss has Gravy on his. 

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Just now, Spy Bee said:

Well, he's sir, is a disgusting son of a bitch!

So is anyone who has any kind of mustard on it you dirty bastard. 

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3 hours ago, easytoslip said:

Four rounds of Toast Toppers preferably Chicken and Mushroom, resembles a pewling baby’s discharge ,  but nice.

 

Repped for the use of the word toppers. 

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I had Belfast pal who used to smother his whole plate of a fry-up in Sarsons vinigar before getting stuck in and assured me it was common practice in that part of the world. For my part, I thought he was a dirty cunt.

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11 minutes ago, SammyAftershave said:

I had Belfast pal who used to smother his whole plate of a fry-up in Sarsons vinigar before getting stuck in and assured me it was common practice in that part of the world. For my part, I thought he was a dirty cunt.

I think I know the chap haha , and yes ghastly.

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4 minutes ago, easytoslip said:

I think I know the chap haha , and yes ghastly.

Is his nickname Mad Dog by any chance ?

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5 hours ago, easytoslip said:

Can’t get White Pudding down here for some reason as with Bacon Ribs so must bring some back next time ,also you don’t see Ulster Fry , I remember having it on a toasted sarnie at the Pier Head Bus Station years ago sometimes. A few weeks ago we had our breakfast in a cafe in Orrell Rd Bootle and had Liver Sausage too , can’t remember having that before in a full English, tasty.

 

4 hours ago, Spy Bee said:

Does anyone else like a bit of English Mustard on their brecky?

 

4 hours ago, Bjornebye said:

Boss has Gravy on his. 

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