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    (Original post by piginapoke)
    Yes food by definition should be edible. Those pizza hut eat all you want things are the same, crabby bits of left over pizzas and mistaken orders!
    Sigh. I wish I could pass for 12 again. £2.50 for unlimited pizza and pasta .
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    (Original post by Zapsta)
    Ah. Well, no food poisoning. If only it were that simple. Basically it was an all you can eat buffet. Now, I'm a hard working man (at least I have hard working parents anyway) and I wanted to get as much value out of my £8 as possible, maybe even to beat the system, force the restaurant into submission. However, I tragically fell at the first hurdle. The food was abysmal. I started with some spring rolls. "Can't go wrong with spring rolls" I hear you say. Alas, you are wrong. Eating them was comparable to eating a raw onion. In fact I have eaten a raw onion, and if I were blind folded I would find it impossible to distinguish between the two events. Next were the noodles. They tasted like they were fried in ****. Now unlike the raw onion comparison, I have never tasted anything I have known to be fried in ****, but I am guessing that the experience cannot be far off this one. Attempting to play it even safer, my next venture was the sweet and sour chicken. The description was slightly off I hasten to add. A more fitting title would probably be "sickly and bitter balls of fat". Suffice to say I did not get much value out of my £8 in the end. In fact, starting the meal with a full plate, I'd be exaggerating if I said that I got through a third of the stuff on it. But I'm not ashamed - the food simply was that bad. And that is why you should never get a Chinese in Liverpool.
    oh...
    i went to a chinese in Manchester for a buffet and dont want anymore...
    if you want try good chinese food u'd better ask some good chinese cook (e.g me) to make sth u cant find in the restaurants.
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    (Original post by J.S.)
    I've a few Japanese friends who went to Liverpool, they had their car broken into there, i.e. a good taster of what life is like in Britain. Also, I've heard Liverpool being described as "one gigantic council estate" - so I think you'll fit in fine
    Thats charming isn't it. I live in a posh (well poshish) area I will have you know. And I don't know many people who have had their car broken into, its quite rare, none of my dads cars ever have. They are a lot of scallies in Liverpool though, seemingly more than Manchester.
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    (Original post by sz72)
    oh...
    i went to a chinese in Manchester for a buffet and dont want anymore...
    if you want try good chinese food u'd better ask some good chinese cook (e.g me) to make sth u cant find in the restaurants.
    Hmm. Could you make me something you can't find in the restaurants?
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    (Original post by piginapoke)
    ...12 year old girls don't fancy you any more, the list is endless
    12 year old girls tend to only stop fancying people when they die (the people they fancy, not the 12 year old girls, although that would work too), and even that's pushing it.
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    (Original post by Zapsta)
    Hmm. Could you make me something you can't find in the restaurants?
    oh no problem,
    would u like to have some fried bees? my personal favourite
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    (Original post by piginapoke)
    You know too much of this for my liking.
    You started it...
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    (Original post by piginapoke)
    I'm grooming you.
    *imagines Piginapoke brushing Zapsta and braiding ribbons into his hair*
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    (Original post by piginapoke)
    Well you're next my pretty...
    The Piginapoke Pervy Salon
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    (Original post by F. Poste)
    *imagines Piginapoke brushing Zapsta and braiding ribbons into his hair*
    I'm pretty sure he didn't mean it quite that way... well, I hope.
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    (Original post by piginapoke)
    But its soft and silky! Do you moisturise?
    Moisturise my hair?!
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    (Original post by Zapsta)
    Moisturise my hair?!
    Here's a man in need of conditioner!!! :eek:
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    (Original post by piginapoke)
    You have a lot to learn about hair products my young padawan.
    Soap and water will do me fine thank you. And possibly a bit of a cut.
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    (Original post by Zapsta)
    Soap and water will do me fine thank you. And possibly a bit of a cut.
    I wouldn't say that in Pig's Pervy Salon, god knows what'd happen!
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    (Original post by F. Poste)
    I wouldn't say that in Pig's Pervy Salon, god knows what'd happen!
    Don't worry, there's plenty to go around .
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    (Original post by amazingtrade)
    I am bored as hell and need to get out of Manchester. There is a £2.50 return bus I can either get to Liverpool or Leeds, which one should I visit? I've been to Liverpool before but never been to Leeds, however Liverpool may have more to offer.
    Go to Wakefield.
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    Leeds.

    Not been for ages but used to love it. I'm always suprised by how small Liverpool seems.

    I think you should have a poll and just go with the result. You could do this every couple of weeks. Put two or 3 choices up, let people vote and then go wherever this forum sends you.
 
 
 
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