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    (Original post by JWH)
    I am currently eating a chip sandwich :coma: and for dessert I shall e having a mini cheese cake which is my most favourite desert :grin:
    oh god :coma:

    i just ate but you made me hungry again
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    (Original post by Cooro)
    Sweet and sour is gross :yucky: But deep fried squid is nice. I'm not a fan of deep fried foods though, I prefer something lighter.
    Tame :huff: What about nice, wholesome English breakfast? :coma:
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    (Original post by Liquidus Zeromus)
    Tame :huff: What about nice, wholesome English breakfast? :coma:
    As long as there is no black pudding that would be a very good breakfast for me :grin:
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    bah i better get out of this thread before i drown myself in my own :coma:
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    (Original post by JWH)
    As long as there is no black pudding that would be a very good breakfast for me :grin:
    What's wrong with black pudding?
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    (Original post by eugenius 8)
    oh god :coma:

    i just ate but you made me hungry again
    :evil:

    This mini cheese cake is rather nice but sadly it is not as good as the cheese cake that a cafe in my town sells. I still say to this day that they sell the nicest cheese cake I have ever eaten and I have eaten a lot of cheese cake :grin:
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    (Original post by Liquidus Zeromus)
    What's wrong with black pudding?
    I just don't really like it, everything else I am fine with though.
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    (Original post by Liquidus Zeromus)
    Tame :huff: What about nice, wholesome English breakfast? :coma:
    There is a lot in an English breakfast I won't eat, not because they're fried but because they're gross. I'll eat the tomatoes, the bacon as long as it's crispy, and the fried bread but everything else... :yucky:

    Black pudding is lush :coma:
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    My sister was coming home and saw a man lying in the road :s: not too far from our house, they called an ambulance and then phoned us, and mummy and I went to be nosy:ninja: he was one of the ones who seem to always be hanging round smoking
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    I finished my cheese cake :cry:

    I wonder if there is anything else I could eat at this time, I have a excuse to eat loads of food at the moment because I am actually trying to put on weight (I have been feeling that I am a bit underweight lately) so I can scoff as much as I want :grin:
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    (Original post by Cooro)
    There is a lot in an English breakfast I won't eat, not because they're fried but because they're gross. I'll eat the tomatoes, the bacon as long as it's crispy, and the fried bread but everything else... :yucky:

    Black pudding is lush :coma:
    I admit that I'm a fussy eater. I don't like alot of vegetables, including sweetcorn and peas and carrots :yucky:

    What about the fried eggs? :drool:

    I've never tried black pudding before, sadly :sad:
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    (Original post by JWH)
    I finished my cheese cake :cry:

    I wonder if there is anything else I could eat at this time, I have a excuse to eat loads of food at the moment because I am actually trying to put on weight (I have been feeling that I am a bit underweight lately) so I can scoff as much as I want :grin:
    Lucky :huff:
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    (Original post by Liquidus Zeromus)
    I admit that I'm a fussy eater. I don't like alot of vegetables, including sweetcorn and peas and carrots :yucky:

    What about the fried eggs? :drool:

    I've never tried black pudding before, sadly :sad:
    No, I hate fried eggs. Boiled, scrambled or poached, fine, but fried... ick :yucky:
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    (Original post by JWH)
    :evil:

    This mini cheese cake is rather nice but sadly it is not as good as the cheese cake that a cafe in my town sells. I still say to this day that they sell the nicest cheese cake I have ever eaten and I have eaten a lot of cheese cake :grin:
    nice im not a massive dessert fan but cheesecake once in a while is nice :yep:
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    (Original post by Liquidus Zeromus)
    Lucky :huff:
    Actually I don't eat brilliantly healthy in the first place and other than walking to school I have very little exercise so I have no idea how I lost the weight to begin with :lolwut:

    Unless that is I have managed to invent a diet that you can unholy amounts of junk food whenever you want and actually lose weight :grin:
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    (Original post by JWH)
    I finished my cheese cake :cry:

    I wonder if there is anything else I could eat at this time, I have a excuse to eat loads of food at the moment because I am actually trying to put on weight (I have been feeling that I am a bit underweight lately) so I can scoff as much as I want :grin:
    lucky, i has to do the opposite :sad:
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    (Original post by Cooro)
    No, I hate fried eggs. Boiled, scrambled or poached, fine, but fried... ick :yucky:
    I love them. Nutritious and tasty. :woo:
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    all kinds of eggs :coma:

    Sunny's eggs :mmm:
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    (Original post by eugenius 8)
    nice im not a massive dessert fan but cheesecake once in a while is nice :yep:
    I do like desserts rather a lot :grin: I also had cherry pie earlier today which was very good :grin: sadly there is none of that left either :sad:

    I think my liking for desserts has something to do with the fact the only thing I am that good at cooking are cakes :grin:
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