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What to have for tea at 2.30 in the afternoon? watch

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    Any suggestions? All happening cos of seeing a show this evening and not eating whilst out and won't be back till late (if you really wanted to know that!)
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    bangers and mash

    or some kind of curry...
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    But that involves effort...besides I'm veggie!
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    Cabbage. Just cabbage.
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    I like cabbage but not that much! I'm thinking I may just be having nothing....again. As usual.
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    (Original post by beach_surf_babe)
    But that involves effort...besides I'm veggie!
    Quorn bangers and mash

    bung in some bangers and mix up some instant mash et voila?
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    Smash?? Uurghhhh....that is vile!!!
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    How about stunning a pigeon on the way to the show with your handbag, then cooking it up on a travel iron? The wool setting works best...
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    Yeah....I'll try that one. I'm sure it'd be great
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    Since when were pigeons vegetables?

    Score one for Will! :p:
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    There was sarcasm there. Leave me alone..I'm too tired for this....
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    Why don't you have salad? :p:

    I love salad
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    Why is it any different to tea at 6pm or whatever? :confused:
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    Cos this isn't tea, it's... Tunch?
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    Because that is it once I've had lunch/tea ....its like lunch but then having nothing after. I'm gonna be soooo hungry this evening.
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    But surely you'd eat the same sort of thing as you would at an evening meal, then maybe have a lunchtime-style snack when you get back.

    It's just swapping the meals round...
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    I was just about to ask what to have for breakfast at 3.30 in the afternoon!
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    I strongly encourage you not to have waffles (4), beans (1 can) and grated cheese melting on the top. It leaves you overwhelmingly bloated.

    Stick to a bananna perhaps...something nice and light if you're not too hungry. I'm going to have to embark upon a hours cycling to burn some calories. I've been a very silly boy.
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    OOOOO OOOOOOO what about Falafel - its so scrumdiddlyuncious
    *dreams of dancing falafels flying into my mouth*
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    Felafels are yummy! Anyway, as it turned out I got back at half 8 so had some splodge...casserole type thingy. So disaster averted!
 
 
 
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