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hmph!!!
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Yeah I did I did the later one.

Haha, some classic quotes on it though - you would have liked it! We had the whole microwave/fridge in the bedroom question and then the woman thought the building work was Aston Villa's stadium - I was like what?!?!?

The poor guy I took round was so set on being in Lakeside - I think he was a bit put off the whole uni by the fact that he wasn't definitely going to get it despite the fact he said the course was really good here :-S
I actually laughed loudly when I read that.
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I like to eat at 5 if I can...I thought this was the norm? Doesn't happen much nowadays though, it's usually between 5-7.

How the hell did that woman come to that conclusion?! HAHA. People are idiots, I love it!!
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Yeah I used to eat at 5-6ish at home, now it's drifted to be more like 7-8.

Haha, I know - I'd love to know what thought processes went in to coming to that conclusion.... maybe none?
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5 :eek: I'd die of hunger by 9pm!
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I tend to have a substantial breakfast (usually oats) and then snack throughout the day when i'm free to pop back to the flat. Evening meal is then a planned affair, usually carbs/protein based. Oh and whenever I spend time in the kitchen making something (e.g paste) I make sure I make enough for at least two meals

Works nice!
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Evening meal is between 6:30 and 8:30. I whine whenever I'm home and dinner is around 5-6ish
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Mmmm paste.

I hate eating the same thing twice. Dinner is a planned affair but is made in a small quantity, which allows variation for other meals (eg tomatoes, can use them first in quorn spag bol, then in a pasta sauce the next day) with the same resources :yep:
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Well not wasting time in the kitchen + having something worthwhile to eat > Taste for me personally. I can totally get why people spend time cooking but it doesn't appeal to me really, thus I tend to approach it from a purely functional perspective.

oh and I haven't chopped fresh ingredients for a sauce since GCSE food (2003!)
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Well not wasting time in the kitchen + having something worthwhile to eat > Taste for me personally. I can totally get why people spend time cooking but it doesn't appeal to me really, thus I tend to approach it from a purely functional perspective.

oh and I haven't chopped fresh ingredients for a sauce since GCSE food (2003!)
GTFO! Kitchen time is rarely wasted time. don't get me wrong, i'm not a uber purist who spits on anything that is not fresh organic etc, but I do love cooking.
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GTFO! Kitchen time is rarely wasted time. don't get me wrong, i'm not a uber purist who spits on anything that is not fresh organic etc, but I do love cooking.
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I can totally get why people spend time cooking but it doesn't appeal to me really, thus I tend to approach it from a purely functional perspective.)


Well, sure. I'm not gonna rant at people for not playing guitar or whatever
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I read that, I just don't get why it doesn't appeal to you.
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And my point that people are different. Explaining your confusion in simple terms ^^
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I read that, I just don't get why it doesn't appeal to you.
It doesn't appeal to me either.
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GTFO! Kitchen time is rarely wasted time. don't get me wrong, i'm not a uber purist who spits on anything that is not fresh organic etc, but I do love cooking.
Do do I, but is that the procrasting side coming out in me?!
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Hey

This is going to me my first pub crawl!! cant wait!. Im a bit unsure about some things. How much do you think I should bring with me (Money wise) and are the drinks going to be on special offers just for us guys? and is gat crasher entry included in the donation?

Cheers
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Hey

This is going to me my first pub crawl!! cant wait!. Im a bit unsure about some things. How much do you think I should bring with me (Money wise) and are the drinks going to be on special offers just for us guys? and is gat crasher entry included in the donation?

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30 quid? The special offers usually aren't so special. Gatecrasher entry is guaranteed usually if you get in by 11pm
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I'll probably be going. somehow getting the tickets lol.

Say hi if u see me
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