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Old 10 December 2004, 16:45   #51
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mushy peas
mushy peas

fish and chips

look me and rich will have to brave bluewater and lakeside jams to come so its got to picture this sun set over levington eating fish chips and MUSHY PEAS on your rib i will dream about that all week
rich L just drop them shopping at lakeside and pick them up on the way back
problem sorted

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Old 10 December 2004, 16:54   #52
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Dan your starting to worry me with this Mushy Pea fettish you have.How about I bring my Doughnut and fill it with Mushy Peas and tow you around behind mine next Saturday,And what is it with all these Photo's of Fish & Chip Shops your've got?? have you spoken to your doctor about this.I think you could do with some counciling or something.
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Old 10 December 2004, 17:06   #53
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Dan your starting to worry me with this Mushy Pea fettish you have.How about I bring my Doughnut and fill it with Mushy Peas and tow you around behind mine next Saturday,And what is it with all these Photo's of Fish & Chip Shops your've got?? have you spoken to your doctor about this.I think you could do with some counciling or something.
wayne

bit fed up with doughnuts just fitted out that new krispe kreme shop at bluewater and in the name of testing the workers must have eaten 1000 doughnut in to days

fish and chips sounds much better
can do with out the peas

wayne i have to think about food due to the fact i have no fridge any more so
i can,t bring it with me

see you sat 18th

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Old 10 December 2004, 17:07   #54
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Just for you Dan

Mushy Peas

1 cup dried green peas
4 cups water
1 clove garlic, optional
2 tablespoons butter
2 teaspoons salt or to taste
1 teaspoon pepper or to taste

Soak peas in water (remove any that float!) over night. Bring them
to a slow boil in the water they were soaked in. Reduce the heat
and simmer until the peas are tender.(this could take upto an hour
or more depending on the peas) After draining the peas, mash slightly
and add the other ingredients. Mix well and serve hot.

1 cup of dried peas = 2 1/2 cups cooked
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Old 10 December 2004, 17:14   #56
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Dan your starting to worry me with this Mushy Pea fettish you have.How about I bring my Doughnut and fill it with Mushy Peas and tow you around behind mine next Saturday,And what is it with all these Photo's of Fish & Chip Shops your've got?? have you spoken to your doctor about this.I think you could do with some counciling or something.
Wayne i'd be more concerned about Phil D and his gummy rubber fetish and gun collection, i've heard the two dont mix that well, wet rubber and shooters, Dan and his mushy pea thing is fairly harmless by comparesion

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Au contraire, monsieur Rat, I think you'll find wet rubber and guns go very well together. I do in fact wear camouflaged neoprene chest waders when wildfowling on the Essex marshes, although purely for their thermal properties you understand. The fact that I have recently purchased a pair of black latex chest waders for my girlfriend is mere coincidence
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Old 11 December 2004, 17:23   #59
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Au contraire, monsieur Rat, I think you'll find wet rubber and guns go very well together. I do in fact wear camouflaged neoprene chest waders when wildfowling on the Essex marshes, although purely for their thermal properties you understand. The fact that I have recently purchased a pair of black latex chest waders for my girlfriend is mere coincidence

Far to much information Phil, myself and forum are not really interested in the perversions of the ruling classes, quite frankly i'm shocked at the level of depravatey your'll go to.

One question though, and i know i shouldn't ask as i know i'm asking for it but does the dog have to wear some form of rubber or latex outfit whilst out on one of your juants
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Far to much information Phil, myself and forum are not really interested in the perversions of the ruling classes, quite frankly i'm shocked at the level of depravatey your'll go to.

One question though, and i know i shouldn't ask as i know i'm asking for it but does the dog have to wear some form of rubber or latex outfit whilst out on one of your juants

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