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Fri 11/11/05 at 13:37
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Quite an apt one this, seeings as quite a few people are out on the lash by the sound of things.

What's the best post pub/club food?

Burger (chicken? Cheese? Bacon?), kebab, Pizza, toast, sarnie?

Personally, a kebab or a burger goes down well. If I've not enough money left then it's usually a sandwich when I get home.

I do like pizza, but not after the pub as once I burnt the inside of my mouth badly after being too drunk to realise how hot it was.
Sun 13/11/05 at 11:40
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Duck Fish wrote:
> I blew a fuse downstairs by outrageously trying to
> switch a light on

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Well if you will take liberties on your home...

Since I got back from holiday I've spent the week at home from work relaxing (and by relaxing I mean watching DVDs and playing games) so I've run through all the meals I know how to make - pasta and tuna, rice and tuna, noodles, assorted pasta microwave meals and, er, toast.

When I was alone in the house for two weeks when my parents were in Jersey I was so sick of pasta, rice and noodles that I started ordering pizza over the internet (despite the freezer being full of frozen pizza)
Sat 12/11/05 at 22:27
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Bah, I'm hungry. I blew a fuse downstairs by outrageously trying to switch a light on, now all the lights downstairs are out.

My flatmate should know where the torch / fusebox / takeaway menu are, not sure when he'll be back.
Sat 12/11/05 at 21:14
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That sounds positively disgusting. Anywho, probably a ploughmans is the best thing you can get in a pub.
Sat 12/11/05 at 21:00
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Chunks of black pudding parcelled in slithers of tripe with a side-serving of curried taramasalata and chips. Followed by a bunch of grapes (seedless), thirteen tangerines, a jam butty, tiramisu, and a bowl of coco-pops with sliced banana and raspberry ripple.
Sat 12/11/05 at 14:47
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Thats what I tend to do have something for tea but make more than I usually would so I can just heat it up when I get in. Tuna Pasta Bake is the usual.
Sat 12/11/05 at 13:12
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I made some potato and leek soup last night for dinner, and there's some left so I may well have a bowl of that to warm me up when I get into tonight.

Not particularly macho perhaps, but it tastes bloody lush.
Sat 12/11/05 at 13:07
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MoJoJoJo wrote:

> Anyway for me it's wait until you get home, stick some pasta and tuna
> together, make a mess eating it. None of that kebab crap.

There have been quite a few times I've come down one morning to a bombsite for a kitchen. I've only been trying to make something simple like a toastie but it looks like I've been trying to prepare a banquet!
Fri 11/11/05 at 22:39
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gamesfreak wrote:
> FinalFantasyFanatic wrote:
> There's a little shop called the Sarnie Shack outside a club ... and
> oh my.
>
> Where is this 'Sarnie Shack' you talk of FFF?
>
> Outside Ritzys?

...

yes


We went again, I wasn't happy.
But then everyone went a bit mental, with lots of falling over, which was quite fun. 6 to get in probably wasn't worth it, but I didn't buy a drink due to already being pretty plastered and bringing in a few favours off people, so it was alright really.
Fri 11/11/05 at 21:09
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"Well, I think it was lamb..."

Did you notice a drop in the pigeon population around your local area?

Anyway for me it's wait until you get home, stick some pasta and tuna together, make a mess eating it. None of that kebab crap.
Fri 11/11/05 at 20:43
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FinalFantasyFanatic wrote:
> There's a little shop called the Sarnie Shack outside a club ... and
> oh my.

Where is this 'Sarnie Shack' you talk of FFF?

Outside Ritzys?

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