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    (Original post by *Examboy*)
    I told you before...

    I've lived here almost 18 years.

    I know probably everything about it hence why I was the only person helping you in your Cardiff accomodation!

    Sorry you were probably talking to my partner we share this account. Are you in cardiff now? I just thought cos the location thing said you were somewhere else..
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    Let's just say if you eat anything from Greggs, you'd be best not knowing the calorie content...
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    (Original post by katechar_X)
    Sorry you were probably talking to my partner we share this account. Are you in cardiff now? I just thought cos the location thing said you were somewhere else..
    It probably was.

    Yes I am in Cardiff. I don't live too far from town.

    If you want any advice or help just PM me and I will be very willing to help.

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    LOL! I love cheese savoury sandwiches. But unfortunatley when i asked, they said 800kcal. sorry x
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    (Original post by *Examboy*)
    It probably was.

    Yes I am in Cardiff. I don't live too far from town.

    If you want any advice or help just PM me and I will be very willing to help.

    Aww ok thank you :p:
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    (Original post by danadd9)
    If you're so worried about it then don't eat it?
    Exactly. Or, make your own with 'lighter' cheese
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    I used to work at Greggs. Although they've got a healthy sandwich/baguette range, I doubt if the savouries get anywhere close to the same level. Think of all that pastry!
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    (Original post by FormerlyHistoryStudent)
    I used to work at Greggs. Although they've got a healthy sandwich/baguette range, I doubt if the savouries get anywhere close to the same level. Think of all that pastry!
    There's no pastry is there? Its a sandwich....
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    Eh? A cheese savoury is cheesy sauce and onion in a pastry case.
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    (Original post by FormerlyHistoryStudent)
    Eh? A cheese savoury is cheesy sauce and onion in a pastry case.
    Ohhh....wait...i mean the cheese brown bread roll...i call that a cheese savory...
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    (Original post by katechar_X)
    Ohhh....wait...i mean the cheese brown bread roll...i call that a cheese savory...
    Oh, I see. Well, I'd say that the cheese roll is quite healthy, more so than the pastry savouries anyway
 
 
 
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