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  • #4066
    Kotkijet
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    Hi everybody

    The other night, I made my chipper middle class chum a stonking good vegan meal.

    I enjoyed it so much that I wiped up the last dregs with a slice of bread. My friend looked like she saw a ghost.

    She said it was disgusting and utterly commoner etiquette.

    I told her to yank that f**king bug out of her arse and went to the pub.

    We didn’t speak for hours afterwards but we’re friends again now.

    So what does everybody else think about this area of table manners?

    #94697
    Zoz
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    Unbelievable.

    You have the sheer audacity to ruin your poor friend’s culinary experience by not adhering to the Atkins Diet?

    God man, you’re a savage.

    #94699
    lollys mate
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    Your full of cr@p Kotki.

    You cannot get vegan bread, vegan food has very little sauce, so you can’t wipe it up, and I’m sure that you have no chums, especially middle class ones!

    #94700
    Kotkijet
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    Hi lollys mate.

    You have never noticed that on many bread packets, it reads ‘Suitable for vegans’ and  Organic bread is generally fine anyway. Nor have you ever tried to cook a good vegan meal. As for the chums bit, I’m sure that’s your own personal resentment popping out.

    By the way, you missed out the apostrophe and an ‘e’ on the first sentence of your (possessive) post. Now if you’re (omission of letter ‘a‘) going to champion the ‘one rule for us, another for those allowed to let off fireworks after eleven’ argument, then for your own sake, sort your English out! If you don’t, then the poor MP who has to read your letter of complaint will think that you’re a d!ck.

    #94701
    graysonscolumn
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    Quote: from Kotkijet on 12:18 am on Nov. 2, 2005[br]By the way, you missed out the apostrophe and an ‘e’ on the first sentence of your (possessive) post. Now if you’re (omission of letter ‘a‘) going to champion the ‘one rule for us, another for those allowed to let off fireworks after eleven’ argument, then for your own sake, sort your English out! If you don’t, then the poor MP who has to read your letter of complaint will think that you’re a d!ck.

    <br>Very, very nice! :clap:<br>

    The patron saint of lower-grade fare. A gently critical friend of point-to-pointing. Kindness is a political act.

    #94703
    Kotkijet
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    Right on the cutting edge as always razzers.(except for the fact that you totally missed my response)

    Damn, you’re so cool!

    #94704
    lollys mate
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    You bit easier than I thought!

    Just back from hols and I thought Id have a laugh.

    Your epence. hoho

    #94705
    Racing Daily
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    My father in law tips the plate up and drinks the copious amounts of gravy from it when he has finished the dinner.<br>F***ing disgusting practice IMO

    #94707
    Sky
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    Found to be full s**t<br>as normal koki  ..<br>Why dont you talk about real life not your dreamlife,   Students ehh ..all the same , no experience but know it all , fancy in words , the hip bands , but know bugger all in real terms about anything<br>God I envy the youth , wish I was 25 again<br>Racing dailey —nothing wrong with supping the gravy from the plate by the way…Northern boys luv gravy<br>

    (Edited by Sky at 9:34 pm on Nov. 13, 2005)

    #94708
    Kotkijet
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    Not that I’m so interested in what goes on in your head but what the ****
    are you on about?

    #94710
    FlatSeasonLover
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    bad form:(

    #94713
    graysonscolumn
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    I regard it as neither good nor bad form to wipe clean one’s plate, but rather eminently sensible.

    Why waste potentially rather a lot of a very good sauce or gravy for the sake of not offending one rather minor social more?

    Now licking the plate or tipping it to one’s mouth – those are surely a few rungs further up the ladder.

    Jeremy<br>(graysonscolumn)<br>

    The patron saint of lower-grade fare. A gently critical friend of point-to-pointing. Kindness is a political act.

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