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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?

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    • Nay, poke your beans up your bum, one at a time.
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1 hour ago, Barrington Womble said:

Of course it was a rip off. I would expect nothing else in a pub situation anyway. Unless it's wetherspoons of course and I'd sooner pay the tenner I just have than the £1.25 and 3 days of the shits or whatever the price is off our mate Tim. 

 

There was nothing but love from me for them just being open. Perhaps the five pints of Gamma Ray helped my mood. I was on number 3 when I got the beer

Were you on number 8 when you wrote that, Baz?

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I’m claiming this as perfect, much in the way Barry did earlier in the week. It was a perfectly sound breakfast, far from being bad, but being able to sit out with my girl and eat breakfast on a Sunday morning before heading down to the park and then onto her footy match a little later, this couldn’t have been more ideal.

 

I had a full English and a cappuccino, she had scrambled egg on toast (2 egg child version) and a glass of milk.

 

came to £8.95 all told.

 

bacon, sausage and egg all belting. Would’ve welcomed another egg. Tinned toms aren’t a favourite but we’re nice.

 

I cut the toast into triangles after buttering it, because I’m middle class.

 

 

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1 hour ago, TheHowieLama said:

8.95 for the brekkie, capuci and the kids brekkie?

Indeed. Didn’t read the menu til after we had ordered as the waitress arrived at our table just as we got sat down, so didn’t know prices in advance.

 

the brekkie was listed at £6.95 including tea, filter coffee or fruit juice so I can only assume I wasn’t charged for the cappuccino or if I was it wasn’t full cost and just an uplift. Still, very happy with that value in what I consider the best cafe in my town.

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7 minutes ago, Bob Spunkmouse said:

Indeed. Didn’t read the menu til after we had ordered as the waitress arrived at our table just as we got sat down, so didn’t know prices in advance.

 

the brekkie was listed at £6.95 including tea, filter coffee or fruit juice so I can only assume I wasn’t charged for the cappuccino or if I was it wasn’t full cost and just an uplift. Still, very happy with that value in what I consider the best cafe in my town.

So you asked for a cappuccino, a kids brekkie and can you ask the chef to ruin a perfectly good breakfast for me love ta ? 

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6 minutes ago, Bjornebye said:

So you asked for a cappuccino, a kids brekkie and can you ask the chef to ruin a perfectly good breakfast for me love ta ? 

You need to get past this Stig. You’re life’s not full. Embrace the bean. Never again will you get angry at seeing another mama breakfast, never again will you wonder “what can I do with this half a slice of toast I’ve still got on my plate when I’ve finished my brekkie”. You’re missing out on life and your pain and anguish are evident in your posting. Come on, lad. We’ll be here for you.

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2 minutes ago, Bob Spunkmouse said:

You need to get past this Stig. You’re life’s not full. Embrace the bean. Never again will you get angry at seeing another mama breakfast, never again will you wonder “what can I do with this half a slice of toast I’ve still got on my plate when I’ve finished my brekkie”. You’re missing out on life and your pain and anguish are evident in your posting. Come on, lad. We’ll be here for you.

Its painful that you cut them pieces of toast into triangles 

 

EDIT: I'm not really that arsed, looked fit I just wouldn't have had beans.

 

 

 

Or nonces serving my kid breakfast. 

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50 minutes ago, Bob Spunkmouse said:

You need to get past this Stig. You’re life’s not full. Embrace the bean. Never again will you get angry at seeing another mama breakfast, never again will you wonder “what can I do with this half a slice of toast I’ve still got on my plate when I’ve finished my brekkie”. You’re missing out on life and your pain and anguish are evident in your posting. Come on, lad. We’ll be here for you.

Negged for still having half a slice of toast left and not being sure what to do with it. Oh and being a bean fiddler.

48 minutes ago, Bjornebye said:

Its painful that you cut them pieces of toast into triangles 

 

EDIT: I'm not really that arsed, looked fit I just wouldn't have had beans.

 

 

 

Or nonces serving my kid breakfast. 

Negged for backing down.

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13 minutes ago, Remmie said:

Negged for still having half a slice of toast left and not being sure what to do with it. Oh and being a bean fiddler.

Negged for backing down.

I had half a slice left intentionally and no doubt at all where it was going. It mopped up the remaining bean and tomato juice and it did it with class and style in a triangle.

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20 minutes ago, Remmie said:

Negged for still having half a slice of toast left and not being sure what to do with it. Oh and being a bean fiddler.

Negged for backing down.

Read the rest of my post you angry little hawaiian midget 

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6 hours ago, Bob Spunkmouse said:

mopped up the remaining bean and tomato juice

Tinned juices should never be combined.

If you’ve have your jab it’s now ineffective.

You may also have bad, bad AIDS. 

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17 hours ago, Bob Spunkmouse said:

I’m claiming this as perfect, much in the way Barry did earlier in the week. It was a perfectly sound breakfast, far from being bad, but being able to sit out with my girl and eat breakfast on a Sunday morning before heading down to the park and then onto her footy match a little later, this couldn’t have been more ideal.

 

I had a full English and a cappuccino, she had scrambled egg on toast (2 egg child version) and a glass of milk.

 

came to £8.95 all told.

 

bacon, sausage and egg all belting. Would’ve welcomed another egg. Tinned toms aren’t a favourite but we’re nice.

 

I cut the toast into triangles after buttering it, because I’m middle class.

 

 

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There’s something peculiar about how you’ve placed the cutlery. I can’t put my finger on it but I’ve forwarded this photo to a psychologist for assessment. 
 

As for the breakfast. I approve of everything apart from the tomatoes. 7/10.

 

Note: Cutting toast in triangles, whilst living in Yorkshire, will lead to nothing good. Take that behaviour back to the other side of the Pennines, where it belongs. 

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17 hours ago, Bob Spunkmouse said:

I’m claiming this as perfect, much in the way Barry did earlier in the week. It was a perfectly sound breakfast, far from being bad, but being able to sit out with my girl and eat breakfast on a Sunday morning before heading down to the park and then onto her footy match a little later, this couldn’t have been more ideal.

 

I had a full English and a cappuccino, she had scrambled egg on toast (2 egg child version) and a glass of milk.

 

came to £8.95 all told.

 

bacon, sausage and egg all belting. Would’ve welcomed another egg. Tinned toms aren’t a favourite but we’re nice.

 

I cut the toast into triangles after buttering it, because I’m middle class.

 

 

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Why does the fob on the key ring say “straight” ? Is that a swinging thing for when you put your keys in a bowl ? 

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1 hour ago, YorkshireRed said:

There’s something peculiar about how you’ve placed the cutlery. I can’t put my finger on it but I’ve forwarded this photo to a psychologist for assessment. 
 

As for the breakfast. I approve of everything apart from the tomatoes. 7/10.

 

Note: Cutting toast in triangles, whilst living in Yorkshire, will lead to nothing good. Take that behaviour back to the other side of the Pennines, where it belongs. 

Woah 

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Posted to YouTube on the 11th April so clearly current. I think Grandma may be getting a knock from health and safety shortly. And not just for the double beans.

 

 

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8 minutes ago, Anubis said:

Posted to YouTube on the 11th April so clearly current. I think Grandma may be getting a knock from health and safety shortly. And not just for the double beans.

 

 

Looks like someone ordered it, thought it a disgrace so chucked it in the bin. A little later, this unfortunate has come along and fished it from said bin and tucked in. 
 

I feel a little sad. 

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1 hour ago, Anubis said:

Posted to YouTube on the 11th April so clearly current. I think Grandma may be getting a knock from health and safety shortly. And not just for the double beans.

 

 

They've already got the Scores on the Doors Environmental Health score on the window.

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2 hours ago, Anubis said:

Posted to YouTube on the 11th April so clearly current. I think Grandma may be getting a knock from health and safety shortly. And not just for the double beans.

 

 

 

They couldn't get Peter Kay so they got someone to pretend to be him.

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1 hour ago, Jarvinja Ilnow said:

They've already got the Scores on the Doors Environmental Health score on the window.

Looked blag to me so I checked it out. Turns out she does have a food hygiene rating, but it’s only a 4. Only a 4 out of 5 and double beans, the dirty mare.

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4 hours ago, Anubis said:

Posted to YouTube on the 11th April so clearly current. I think Grandma may be getting a knock from health and safety shortly. And not just for the double beans.

 

 

I’ve just spent 5 minutes of my finite time on the earth watching a fat bloke eat his breakfast in a cobbled street and listening to him say “absolutely gorgeous” over and over again with a mouth full of food and in a slightly leery way. I will never get those moments again. 

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