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Offline Gav Iscon

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Re: Adey Payne Cooking Lesson in Boston
« Reply #120 on: September 16, 2014, 10:05 AM »
The vote hasn't even taken place and we're at war already. When they went for the Scottish parliament, my haggismunching aunty used to always say, 'the last time we had a parliament we were at war with England'

PS I like shortbread. Second only to a ginger nut for dunkin' ???

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Re: Adey Payne Cooking Lesson in Boston
« Reply #121 on: September 16, 2014, 10:21 AM »
PS I like shortbread. Second only to a ginger nut for dunkin'

How anyone can voluntarily take a wonderful, crisp, perfect biscuit such as a ginger nut and voluntarily immerse it in hot liquid so as to completely destroy its texture is utterly beyond me.  Your curries may be the gnat's lower underwear, Gav., but your idea of what to do with a ginger nut is beyond comprehension :)

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P.S.  If the Scots do succeed in their plan to secede from the Union, I shall deliver next  year's "Address to the Haggis" in pure Oxford R.P. :)


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Re: Adey Payne Cooking Lesson in Boston
« Reply #122 on: September 16, 2014, 10:34 AM »

If the Scots do succeed in their plan to secede from the Union, I shall deliver next  year's "Address to the Haggis" in pure Oxford R.P. :)

  ;D ;D.

And the dunkin's all about the timing phil. Just a quick one to keep the structural integrity. I also missed chocolate hobnobs of the list.


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Re: Adey Payne Cooking Lesson in Boston
« Reply #123 on: September 16, 2014, 10:57 AM »
I think Phil is confusing Britain with the UK. Britain, to my knowledge, is a geographical name for the island. I don't think even Mr Salmond is proposing a physical split ????


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Re: Adey Payne Cooking Lesson in Boston
« Reply #124 on: September 16, 2014, 12:49 PM »
I think Phil is confusing Britain with the UK
You err, Sir.  The "UK" is the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Island.  Scotland will cease to be a part of Great Britain if it secedes from the Union.

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Britain, to my knowledge, is a geographical name for the island. I don't think even Mr Salmond is proposing a physical split ????

Think "Hadrian's Wall".  Following secession, we shall create "Salmond's Channel", a minimum of one mile in width and mined for its entire length :)

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Re: Adey Payne Cooking Lesson in Boston
« Reply #125 on: September 16, 2014, 02:16 PM »
I disagree, sir. If Britain is a geographical description of the island, as opposed to a political or sovereign description, then whether or not Scotland is independent, we will still be part of Britain....and, therefore, British.

As for the UK, it would cease to exist in the event of separation.

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Re: Adey Payne Cooking Lesson in Boston
« Reply #126 on: September 16, 2014, 03:35 PM »
about time someone renamed this thread too

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Re: Adey Payne Cooking Lesson in Boston
« Reply #127 on: September 16, 2014, 08:19 PM »
You err, Sir.  The "UK" is the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Island.  Scotland will cease to be a part of Great Britain if it secedes from the Union.

I didn't realise 'that' Shetland wasn't already part of Great Britain  ;)

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Re: Adey Payne Cooking Lesson in Boston
« Reply #128 on: September 16, 2014, 09:13 PM »
I thought this forum was called "lets talk curry".  Strange folk here.... ::)

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Re: Adey Payne Cooking Lesson in Boston
« Reply #129 on: September 16, 2014, 09:21 PM »
I thought this forum was called "lets talk curry".  Strange folk here.... ::)

No, this thread was started in a SECTION of the forum called "let's talk curry".

The forum is called "curry-recipes" so if the meandering nature of the discussion within this thread does not interest you, why not check out any one of thousands of excellent recipe threads?

Strange folks? We still achieve more than on forums where anything remotely off-topic is deleted.

I agree that it might sometimes be better to split a thread but it's simply not possible.


 

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