Weetabix. How many?

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PostRe: Weetabix. How many?
by Errkal » Sun Jun 17, 2018 8:38 pm

Rubix wrote:
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Jenuall wrote:
Ironhide wrote:
Saint of Killers wrote:
Pedz wrote:gooseberry fool, by porridge I meant Ready Break, you know children's porridge, can't be eating that nasty big pieces of oat porridge gooseberry fool.


Nasty? You're eating strawberry floating oat paste and you dare call rolled oats *nasty*?! strawberry float you man!!

Ironhide wrote:I can't remember the last time I ate breakfast cereals, if I'm ever up, dressed and in my wheelchair at a time when my first meal of the day can still be considered breakfast then I almost always have toast or a toasted muffin with cheese on it.

As for Weetabix, when I used to eat them I had two but I would only put one in the bowl at once, pour in the milk and eat it as quickly as possible before it went completely soggy then do the same with the second one - I couldn't eat them once they'd soaked up all the milk as the consistency made me retch.


WAT.



English muffin that is.

I also occasionally have melted cheese on crumpets, which is equally tasty.


Eggy crumpets, with optional bacon on the side, is the king of breakfasts.


The king is a home made double sausage and egg mcmuffin.


Round sausages?


Sausage meat patties.

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PostRe: Weetabix. How many?
by Rubix » Sun Jun 17, 2018 8:42 pm

Errkal wrote:
Rubix wrote:
Errkal wrote:
Jenuall wrote:
Ironhide wrote:
Saint of Killers wrote:
Pedz wrote:gooseberry fool, by porridge I meant Ready Break, you know children's porridge, can't be eating that nasty big pieces of oat porridge gooseberry fool.


Nasty? You're eating strawberry floating oat paste and you dare call rolled oats *nasty*?! strawberry float you man!!

Ironhide wrote:I can't remember the last time I ate breakfast cereals, if I'm ever up, dressed and in my wheelchair at a time when my first meal of the day can still be considered breakfast then I almost always have toast or a toasted muffin with cheese on it.

As for Weetabix, when I used to eat them I had two but I would only put one in the bowl at once, pour in the milk and eat it as quickly as possible before it went completely soggy then do the same with the second one - I couldn't eat them once they'd soaked up all the milk as the consistency made me retch.


WAT.



English muffin that is.

I also occasionally have melted cheese on crumpets, which is equally tasty.


Eggy crumpets, with optional bacon on the side, is the king of breakfasts.


The king is a home made double sausage and egg mcmuffin.


Round sausages?


Sausage meat patties.


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PostRe: Weetabix. How many?
by Jenuall » Sun Jun 17, 2018 8:44 pm

Rubix wrote:
Errkal wrote:
Rubix wrote:
Errkal wrote:
Jenuall wrote:
Ironhide wrote:
Saint of Killers wrote:
Pedz wrote:gooseberry fool, by porridge I meant Ready Break, you know children's porridge, can't be eating that nasty big pieces of oat porridge gooseberry fool.


Nasty? You're eating strawberry floating oat paste and you dare call rolled oats *nasty*?! strawberry float you man!!

Ironhide wrote:I can't remember the last time I ate breakfast cereals, if I'm ever up, dressed and in my wheelchair at a time when my first meal of the day can still be considered breakfast then I almost always have toast or a toasted muffin with cheese on it.

As for Weetabix, when I used to eat them I had two but I would only put one in the bowl at once, pour in the milk and eat it as quickly as possible before it went completely soggy then do the same with the second one - I couldn't eat them once they'd soaked up all the milk as the consistency made me retch.


WAT.



English muffin that is.

I also occasionally have melted cheese on crumpets, which is equally tasty.


Eggy crumpets, with optional bacon on the side, is the king of breakfasts.


The king is a home made double sausage and egg mcmuffin.


Round sausages?


Sausage meat patties.


Got ya


No foodstuff with the prefix "Mc" can be considered King-level food!

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PostRe: Weetabix. How many?
by Errkal » Sun Jun 17, 2018 8:45 pm

Jenuall wrote:
Rubix wrote:
Errkal wrote:
Rubix wrote:
Errkal wrote:
Jenuall wrote:
Ironhide wrote:
Saint of Killers wrote:
Pedz wrote:gooseberry fool, by porridge I meant Ready Break, you know children's porridge, can't be eating that nasty big pieces of oat porridge gooseberry fool.


Nasty? You're eating strawberry floating oat paste and you dare call rolled oats *nasty*?! strawberry float you man!!

Ironhide wrote:I can't remember the last time I ate breakfast cereals, if I'm ever up, dressed and in my wheelchair at a time when my first meal of the day can still be considered breakfast then I almost always have toast or a toasted muffin with cheese on it.

As for Weetabix, when I used to eat them I had two but I would only put one in the bowl at once, pour in the milk and eat it as quickly as possible before it went completely soggy then do the same with the second one - I couldn't eat them once they'd soaked up all the milk as the consistency made me retch.


WAT.



English muffin that is.

I also occasionally have melted cheese on crumpets, which is equally tasty.


Eggy crumpets, with optional bacon on the side, is the king of breakfasts.


The king is a home made double sausage and egg mcmuffin.


Round sausages?


Sausage meat patties.


Got ya


No foodstuff with the prefix "Mc" can be considered King-level food!


That's why i said "homemade" but as there is a fast food versions ita easier to say that they write out what it is init.

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PostRe: Weetabix. How many?
by Saint of Killers » Sun Jun 17, 2018 9:42 pm

Rubix wrote:I have muesli or porridge, yeah I’m that guy


:lol: I initially read that as muesli on porridge and feared you'd divided by zero.

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PostRe: Weetabix. How many?
by Ironhide » Sun Jun 17, 2018 9:57 pm

Errkal wrote:That's why is aod "homemade" but as there is a fast food versions it s easier to say that they write out what it is init.


Lolwut.

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PostRe: Weetabix. How many?
by Errkal » Sun Jun 17, 2018 10:00 pm

Ironhide wrote:
Errkal wrote:That's why is aod "homemade" but as there is a fast food versions it s easier to say that they write out what it is init.


Lolwut.


Yeah those 2 typos are so hard to just read, its like a code.....

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PostRe: Weetabix. How many?
by Jenuall » Sun Jun 17, 2018 10:01 pm

Saint of Killers wrote:
Rubix wrote:I have muesli or porridge, yeah I’m that guy


:lol: I initially read that as muesli on porridge and feared you'd divided by zero.


Chuck some granola on there as well and you've got yourself a winner!

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PostRe: Weetabix. How many?
by Zellery » Mon Jun 18, 2018 4:05 pm

I always have two and I'm full.

I don't even know how you would go about trying to eat six in one sitting.


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