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Ozzidoc Jul 24th 2007 4:31 am

Re: About Buns, not Bun Laws......
 

Originally Posted by hatfield1 (Post 5097216)
Sorry ancient Chinese secret. ;)

Not Arizonian secret?

hatfield1 Jul 24th 2007 4:46 am

Re: About Buns, not Bun Laws......
 

Originally Posted by Ozzidoc (Post 5097218)
Not Arizonian secret?

Could be but it’s hush-hush around here.;)

Leslie Jul 24th 2007 2:48 pm

Re: About Buns, not Bun Laws......
 

Originally Posted by Thydney (Post 5097001)
Has anyone seen their ad on tv? I always thought that a cows bum gave the best cuts the front stew and shite like that? WTF are they on?:)

Jews won't eat meat that has touched any of the poo-poo parts. :lol:

Silly Sod Jul 24th 2007 2:50 pm

Re: About Buns, not Bun Laws......
 

Originally Posted by Leslie66 (Post 5099495)
Jews won't eat meat that has touched any of the poo-poo parts. :lol:

Which is funny because brits tend to eat only those parts, specially on the way home from the pub :)

Leslie Jul 24th 2007 3:07 pm

Re: About Buns, not Bun Laws......
 

Originally Posted by Silly Sod (Post 5099502)
Which is funny because brits tend to eat only those parts, specially on the way home from the pub :)

I'll eat rump and guts. Yum. :)

dukeynorton Jul 24th 2007 5:24 pm

Re: About Buns, not Bun Laws......
 
Classic thread this one.

Greggs is legendary - "world" famous sausage rolls, grease dripping down your face. It's funny how some places become sort of chavvy though isn't it? Greggs is one of those places for sure; the one in Nottingham always had a load of "unsavories" hanging around. Man, you really had to WANT that sausage roll! The Co-Op is another chav magnet one and so was 7-eleven.

For pasties though, when you have the Oggy Oggy shop down the road, you don't do Greggs.

Ray Jul 24th 2007 5:29 pm

Re: About Buns, not Bun Laws......
 

Originally Posted by dukeynorton (Post 5100271)
For pasties though, when you have the Oggy Oggy shop down the road, you don't do Greggs.

I like to see pasties on girls ...

dukeynorton Jul 24th 2007 11:17 pm

Re: About Buns, not Bun Laws......
 

Originally Posted by Ray (Post 5100297)
I like to see pasties on girls ...


:rofl::rofl: Down boy, down!

dukeynorton Jul 24th 2007 11:18 pm

Re: About Buns, not Bun Laws......
 

Originally Posted by Ray (Post 5100297)
I like to see pasties on girls ...

......me too though! :p

Jimc_usa Jul 26th 2007 1:11 pm

Re: About Buns, not Bun Laws......
 
Speaking of buns - anyone miss balm cakes and baps?

Thydney Jul 26th 2007 4:35 pm

Re: About Buns, not Bun Laws......
 

Originally Posted by Jimc_usa (Post 5108237)
Speaking of buns - anyone miss balm cakes and baps?

yes

mandpete Jul 26th 2007 5:21 pm

Re: About Buns, not Bun Laws......
 

Originally Posted by Jimc_usa (Post 5108237)
Speaking of buns - anyone miss balm cakes and baps?

Yes but not as much as Lancashire Oven Bottoms.

nethead Jul 26th 2007 8:25 pm

Re: About Buns, not Bun Laws......
 

Originally Posted by dukeynorton (Post 5100271)
Classic thread this one.

Greggs is legendary - "world" famous sausage rolls, grease dripping down your face. It's funny how some places become sort of chavvy though isn't it? Greggs is one of those places for sure; the one in Nottingham always had a load of "unsavories" hanging around. Man, you really had to WANT that sausage roll! The Co-Op is another chav magnet one and so was 7-eleven.

For pasties though, when you have the Oggy Oggy shop down the road, you don't do Greggs.

I suppose it's lower down in the hierarchy of bakeries, after Devon Savouries and The Cornish Pasty shop :)

dukeynorton Jul 26th 2007 8:40 pm

Re: About Buns, not Bun Laws......
 

Originally Posted by Jimc_usa (Post 5108237)
Speaking of buns - anyone miss balm cakes and baps?

What are they?

Mskills Jul 26th 2007 11:11 pm

Re: About Buns, not Bun Laws......
 

Originally Posted by lapin_windstar (Post 5094576)
A US-wide ban on buns might save even more lives than banning guns. From the obesity statistics, there's eclair cause for concern...


So anyone caught without a currant licence for their bun should be taken into custardy?


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