Are takeaways a treat any more?

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PostRe: Are takeaways a treat any more?
by Oblomov Boblomov » Sun Jan 27, 2019 8:58 am

Wow :lol:

I'm impressed you managed all three double cheeseburgers alongside the quarter-pounder meal.

Edit — I swear it said it was the chicken nuggets in the fridge before?!

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PostRe: Are takeaways a treat any more?
by Ad7 » Sun Jan 27, 2019 9:04 am

Bunch of fat bastards in here :dread:

You probably had to wipe your arse with a cheese slice after eating that lot

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PostRe: Are takeaways a treat any more?
by LewisD » Sun Jan 27, 2019 9:10 am

Poo isn't a problem this morning.. but the guffs.. jeeeeezus!

And I didn't eat it all :lol:

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PostRe: Are takeaways a treat any more?
by Ad7 » Sun Jan 27, 2019 10:36 am

:lol:

Probably belongs in TCRT but I feel this is more appropriate for here now I've read Lewis' tale.

Instead of getting takeaways which are rarely amazing and usually disappointing, we save that money and go and have a nice Indian meal out at a great place local to us.

Didn't eat much in the day so we were suitably hungry, eyes bigger than stomach when looking at the menu and as we like to try something different every time we go, I suggested 3 mains instead of 2 (first mistake) and that we could save the leftovers and take them home for today.

I forget the names of what the mains were, but one had chicken, minced lamb, curried egg and thick tomatoe sauce, one was a handi chicken and the other was chicken and lamb chunks with peppers and onion in a thick hot sauce. Here it all is:

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My plate is closer. Yes it's chips and rice, half and half because wales innit butt. The key thing here is I was a bit pissed and decided that rather than save it, I'd just eat everything :dread: My Mrs hardly had any of the food, maybe half that middle one and a bit of the others, but I had 3/4 of the rogin naan, most of the chips, most of the rice and 2 and a half mains :lol: I'm pretty slim now and not used to eating that much, it wasn't too bad at first but after half an hour and more beer, it started to expand in my stomach and I had to go to the toilet as I thought I was going to throw up all over the place :fp: I had to undo my belt my a notch and sit there burping and huffing for an hour until our taxi arrived. Felt strawberry floating awful.

Best bit was becuase of the beer it ended up costing £72 For the two of us, and I'd eaten so much I felt terrible for a good couple of hours at home. Then I got over it and ended up having cocktails and tequilla cream, which means I'm now really hungover shitting out what smells like pure undigested Indian food. Be wiping my arse with a garlic naan soon .

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PostRe: Are takeaways a treat any more?
by Rocsteady » Sun Jan 27, 2019 10:43 am

:lol:

A lovely tale for the ages there.

My gut's been smooth sailing since yesterday's McDonald's 8)

Did have some quinoa feta cheese shite in the evening as I felt a bit dirty though.

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PostRe: Are takeaways a treat any more?
by KK » Sun Jan 27, 2019 11:02 am

I've never had a curry house serve me yellow pilau rice before, very much a supermarket staple.

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PostRe: Are takeaways a treat any more?
by LewisD » Sun Jan 27, 2019 11:06 am

Progress report:

I've just had a double with two three nuggets.
Smothered in ghost chili sauce to help it go down.

Three two nuggs and two doubles to go

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by Karl » Sun Jan 27, 2019 11:13 am

@Ad7: Whereabouts in Wales are you? That's not the Patti in Swansea, is it? Looks familiar is all!

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PostRe: Are takeaways a treat any more?
by Oblomov Boblomov » Sun Jan 27, 2019 11:18 am

LewisD wrote:Progress report:

I've just had a double with two three nuggets.
Smothered in ghost chili sauce to help it go down.

Three two nuggs and two doubles to go

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Oven reheat or split the bun into the toaster with the rest in the microwave?

Or cold? :dread:

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by LewisD » Sun Jan 27, 2019 11:22 am

Oblomov Boblomov wrote:Oven reheat or split the bun into the toaster with the rest in the microwave?

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Oblomov Boblomov wrote:Or cold? :dread:

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PostRe: Are takeaways a treat any more?
by Oblomov Boblomov » Sun Jan 27, 2019 11:37 am

:lol: :dread:

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PostRe: Are takeaways a treat any more?
by Ad7 » Sun Jan 27, 2019 3:26 pm

Karl wrote:@Ad7: Whereabouts in Wales are you? That's not the Patti in Swansea, is it? Looks familiar is all!


Cwmbran, near Newport. Didn't realise you lived around these parts too.

KK wrote:I've never had a curry house serve me yellow pilau rice before, very much a supermarket staple.


It's garlic and mushroom :datass:

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PostRe: Are takeaways a treat any more?
by Moggy » Sun Jan 27, 2019 3:56 pm

Ad7 wrote::lol:

Probably belongs in TCRT but I feel this is more appropriate for here now I've read Lewis' tale.

Instead of getting takeaways which are rarely amazing and usually disappointing, we save that money and go and have a nice Indian meal out at a great place local to us.

Didn't eat much in the day so we were suitably hungry, eyes bigger than stomach when looking at the menu and as we like to try something different every time we go, I suggested 3 mains instead of 2 (first mistake) and that we could save the leftovers and take them home for today.

I forget the names of what the mains were, but one had chicken, minced lamb, curried egg and thick tomatoe sauce, one was a handi chicken and the other was chicken and lamb chunks with peppers and onion in a thick hot sauce. Here it all is:

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My plate is closer. Yes it's chips and rice, half and half because wales innit butt. The key thing here is I was a bit pissed and decided that rather than save it, I'd just eat everything :dread: My Mrs hardly had any of the food, maybe half that middle one and a bit of the others, but I had 3/4 of the rogin naan, most of the chips, most of the rice and 2 and a half mains :lol: I'm pretty slim now and not used to eating that much, it wasn't too bad at first but after half an hour and more beer, it started to expand in my stomach and I had to go to the toilet as I thought I was going to throw up all over the place :fp: I had to undo my belt my a notch and sit there burping and huffing for an hour until our taxi arrived. Felt strawberry floating awful.

Best bit was becuase of the beer it ended up costing £72 For the two of us, and I'd eaten so much I felt terrible for a good couple of hours at home. Then I got over it and ended up having cocktails and tequilla cream, which means I'm now really hungover shitting out what smells like pure undigested Indian food. Be wiping my arse with a garlic naan soon .


“Oh look here’s my meal, I’m putting it up on Instagram so I can be an influencer like my fave girl Kendall Jenner”

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PostRe: Are takeaways a treat any more?
by LewisD » Sun Jan 27, 2019 4:47 pm

My guffs have been upgraded from "Hungover bedroom" to "Auschwitz Shower".

strawberry floating Christ. Send glade air fresheners asap.

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PostRe: Are takeaways a treat any more?
by Albear » Sun Jan 27, 2019 5:07 pm

:lol: You animal

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PostRe: Are takeaways a treat any more?
by Moggy » Sun Jan 27, 2019 5:30 pm

LewisD wrote:My guffs have been upgraded from "Hungover bedroom" to "Auschwitz Shower".

strawberry floating Christ. Send glade air fresheners asap.


I’m not sure that’s the best joke to make on Holocaust Memorial Day.

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PostRe: Are takeaways a treat any more?
by LewisD » Sun Jan 27, 2019 5:40 pm

Oh strawberry float, you ain't kidding :/


Ummmm .. sorry about that.

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PostRe: Are takeaways a treat any more?
by Denster » Sun Jan 27, 2019 5:42 pm

(Cancels pulse rifle order for Nazi Lew)

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PostRe: Are takeaways a treat any more?
by Peter Crisp » Sun Jan 27, 2019 5:44 pm

It could be worse. You could be one of the 1 in 20 people who deny it ever happened.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-47015184

I'd really be interested to know what they think happened to the millions of Jews who vanished and how they were kept secret all this time.
That's a lot of people to forcefully hide.

jiggles wrote:Nobody with a VR headset is going to be using it regularly this time next year, let alone in 4 years time.


Posted 16th March 2016. Let's see.
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PostRe: Are takeaways a treat any more?
by Jenuall » Sun Jan 27, 2019 5:55 pm

LewisD wrote:My guffs have been upgraded from "Hungover bedroom" to "Auschwitz Shower".

strawberry floating Christ. Send glade air fresheners asap.


Albeit Macht Fart.

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