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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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1 minute ago, Tony Moanero said:

Usually, decent establishments are sound if you have a valid reason for sending something back, it’s shit places that kick off. The other year, I was banned from a kebab house for returning a doner calzone. The meat was luke warm, yet the wanker went ballistic, was dead aggressive, shouting the odds. Turned out the cunts had a 1 out of 5 food hygiene rating.

Wasn't that guy was it?

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6 hours ago, viRdjil said:

 

That seems a bit on the low, as that plate looks really good to me. Do you think it wasn’t value for money? Keep in mind you got two Cumberland sausages and 2 slices of black pudding. 

6 is my score for average. So I added 2 for the sausage and pudding, then subtracted 2 for the bacon and lack of hot drink. Added 0.5 for containing the beans.

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6 hours ago, Tony Moanero said:

Usually, decent establishments are sound if you have a valid reason for sending something back, it’s shit places that kick off. The other year, I was banned from a kebab house for returning a doner calzone. The meat was luke warm, yet the wanker went ballistic, was dead aggressive, shouting the odds. Turned out the cunts had a 1 out of 5 food hygiene rating.

I bought a kebab once after a load of us had come out of a pub early hours. The usual too-ing and fro-ing who is going and what taxi and back to whose house to carry it all on etc. Anyway I ate some of my kebab and it was cold and had something that resembled spit in it so I bounce back into the kebab shop to complain and the fella behind the counter ran round the counter with one of them big skewers. Turns out we had slowly moved up the street a bit and I'd gone into the next kebab house up. I went from telling him I am going to stick that skewer up his arse while I'm running backwards trying not to fall over to trying to get him to let me hug him to apologise once one of my mates pointed out my mistake. Not sure which part he wanted to stab me for but I was invincible in my 20's. 

 

 

........ He should have just done it. 

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19 minutes ago, Mudface said:

Christ. Has that already been eaten? Or is it some very specialised porn?

Scary stuff! I reckon I’m going to start viewing twitter from behind the sofa, like I did Doctor Who when I was a kid.

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Just now, Tony Moanero said:

I reckon I’m going start viewing twitter from behind the sofa, like I did Doctor Who when I was a kid.

I watched one of the Sea Devils episodes from in between the banisters halfway up our stairs.

 

 

Still a better beach than New Brighton.

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6 hours ago, Tony Moanero said:

Just seen this breakfast on Twitter.

 

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Whoever ate that definitely ended up in hospital, which is lucky for them really because they’ll have got a better breakfast in there. 

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I didn't make a photo as it's not really a breakfast. But I'm going through a clear the cupboard and freezer phase at the moment, a bit of pre Christmas clear out. So the aim is to not try and buy in food and empty everything out. So today for breakfast I had a tin of Heinz spaghetti and sausage and some black pudding from the freezer. I fried the black pudding and then chopped it into little bits in the the spaghetti. It was pretty nice! Not quite a proper breakie, but it's certainly better than the Twitter shite on here the last couple of days. 

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We've all done things we're not proud of Baz, and it's very brave of you to tell us your breakfast story.

 

I must warn you though that Stig will be along shortly to accuse you of touching kids inappropriately. 

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The Brunch Club, Duke Street 

The Fry Up

£11

 

2 bacon - not well cooked, it tasted like it had been lying under a heat light for 30 minutes

1 sausage - normal pork sausage, short but stubby

1 hash brown - cheap standard

1 black pudding - over cooked

1 grilled tomato

2 fried eggs

Mushrooms

Beans

Granary toast

Some randomer green nonsense

 

A generous 5/10. No tea or coffee included again.

 

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They are a little nouveau for my liking at this establishment -- grain toast and green stuff is difficult to come back from. They are cheap bastards with only one short but stubby and the hash brown looks like it has freezer burn.

Fair play for them cordoning off the beans and further for only providing a thimble full.

 

You've been aRdj'ed.

 

Still better than Baz putting black pudding crumbles in a can of Chef Boyardee.

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The gentrification of the cooked breakfast is a frigging disgrace. £11 for a ponced-up but shit plate of breakfast food, in northern England, disgusts me.

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2 minutes ago, Tony Moanero said:

The gentrification of the cooked breakfast is a frigging disgrace. £11 for a ponced-up but shit plate of breakfast food, in northern England, disgusts me. 

I agree, £5 is about tops thereabouts.

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