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Japher
07-05-2009, 18:14:20
Taco Bell, home of authentic mexican food

I had the enchorito, nachos (chips and cheese), and a crunchy taco

Funny how I've been to Mexico a bunch of times and, when there, never had any of that

MOBIUS
07-05-2009, 18:18:11
I once sat next to tourists from Indiana in Texas (surreal I know!), who proceeded to regale us as to how they have delicious Mexican food all the time at Taco Bell...:rolleyes:

Japher
07-05-2009, 18:24:16
So they like to take their own food to crappy fast food restaurants?

Asher
07-05-2009, 18:32:24
I had a sammich with a muffin and cookies and a Coke.

Japher
07-05-2009, 18:35:32
Originally posted by Asher
I had a sammich with a muffin and cookies and sum Coke.

fixed

MDA
07-05-2009, 19:00:01
leftover pizza, an apple, and cranberry juice

stealth biased
07-05-2009, 19:24:10
deep fried perogies, french fries, and instant iced tea.

qchan
07-05-2009, 19:37:47
Italian Beef and Sausage sandwich.

I just came back from it though, and was accosted by a strange man walking his kid, who said, "We already had lunch!" apropos to nothing, and then followed it with, "It's gotten so expensive lately!"

I didn't think $5 was so bad for lunch.

MOBIUS
07-05-2009, 19:53:32
Homemade Pizza from Ciabata bread with usual toppings + anchovies and capers

MOBIUS
07-05-2009, 19:58:00
Originally posted by qchan
I didn't think $5 was so bad for lunch.

I think it is!

Multiply it by your working days and that's at least a grand a year wasted IMO...

Tomorrow is leftover Chicken and Sweet Potato Risotto for lunch. If I'm lazy then I get a baguette from one of the local coffee shops @ 2.10 or 2.20, depending on which one I go to...

Then again, I am a bit of a cheapskate when it comes to unnecessary expense...:D

JM^3
07-05-2009, 19:59:43
tea (from leaves, not bagged) and soymilk

little cookies (after giving blood)

box of morningstar farm veggie meat (just now)

later tonight... I don't know what, probably more tea, possibly some pasta, possibly some drinks, I don't know?

JM

Lurker
07-05-2009, 20:13:16
Originally posted by MOBIUS


Then again, I am a bit of a cheapskate when it comes to unnecessary expense...:D

Yeah, food is so overrated when it comes to sustenance.

qchan
07-05-2009, 20:53:56
Originally posted by MOBIUS
I think it is!

Multiply it by your working days and that's at least a grand a year wasted IMO...

Tomorrow is leftover Chicken and Sweet Potato Risotto for lunch. If I'm lazy then I get a baguette from one of the local coffee shops @ 2.10 or 2.20, depending on which one I go to...

Then again, I am a bit of a cheapskate when it comes to unnecessary expense...:D
*shrugs* Yes, but if it's not a daily expense? Chicago does have a slightly higher cost of living than most places, actually--with current exchange rates, 2.20 pounds is about $3.25, and you can't even get a McDonald's value meal for that.

Oerdin
07-05-2009, 21:01:31
I had a burger.

Greg W
08-05-2009, 01:58:11
Originally posted by MOBIUS
Then again, I am a bit of a cheapskate when it comes to unnecessary expense...:D The term is tightarse. :p

Felch
08-05-2009, 02:56:53
I had three ham and cheese sandwiches. Bought the cheese and ham at Costco, so they were dirt cheap. The bread I paid about 2.50 for the loaf.

I used to eat out every day. But hours got cut, so I had to economize.

notyoueither
08-05-2009, 03:09:55
Juice to start the day. Then yogourt a couple hours later. Then a banana about an hour after that. Then an apple in another hour or so. Then a bun with cold cuts and cheese. And some peanuts sprinkled in.

I've started eating a lot better lately. I don't know if that is overpowering the 34 beer, but I have my suspicions.

Japher
08-05-2009, 03:14:18
34 beers? Probably, since that isn't a whole lot of beers.

$2.50 for a loaf? I pay $.89

Felch
08-05-2009, 03:17:14
It was very nice bread.

MoSe
08-05-2009, 06:11:01
ah, sorry, I thought this was The "What I Had for Lunch" Thread

Funko
08-05-2009, 07:59:05
I've got leftover curry from yesterday for lunch. Curry FTW.

mr_B
08-05-2009, 08:00:07
2 eggroles with loads of sambal for breakfast

Dyl Ulenspiegel
08-05-2009, 08:14:00
"Sweet Potato Risotto"

Is that something like lemon curry?

JM^3
08-05-2009, 08:47:09
Curry is great

I am contemplating getting something

JM

Tizzy
08-05-2009, 08:54:09
I have a cheese salad sandwich today.

Funko
08-05-2009, 08:59:28
My sources tell me you can't get good Curry in the US.

JM^3
08-05-2009, 09:03:15
my roommate is indian

he would disagree, well he might agree about restaurants

but I think he would disagree about none of the other indians being able to make good curry

JM

Funko
08-05-2009, 09:18:39
A very fair distinction.

Funko
08-05-2009, 09:19:00
I was trying to stir controversy. :(

Funko
08-05-2009, 09:19:27
You can't get good mexican food in Europe.

Where can you get great mexican and indian food?

JM^3
08-05-2009, 09:23:03
I wish I knew...

JM

MDA
08-05-2009, 11:11:35
Originally posted by Funko
You can't get good mexican food in Europe.

Where can you get great mexican and indian food?

I can think of a lot of great places, but they don't seem like "authentic" mexican and indian food.

protein
08-05-2009, 11:33:53
breakfast/lunch - a spoonful of leftover moussaka, a bite of brie and a cup of white tea. i feel terribly guilty about the brie. i'll walk to work today.

might have some fruit or something later.

Oerdin
08-05-2009, 11:37:58
Most of the Mexican food in the US is about as authentic as most of the Italian food which is to say not very. I don't know about Indian.

MoSe
08-05-2009, 12:13:17
Originally posted by Oerdin
in the US as authentic as most of the Italian food which is to say not very.

WOT?

I thought Pizza was invented in the US !!!!!

Fistandantilus
08-05-2009, 12:15:24
Chicago style pizza for sure :cute:

MOBIUS
08-05-2009, 13:20:38
Originally posted by Funko
You can't get good mexican food in Europe.

Where can you get great mexican and indian food?

Ironically, there is a great Tex Mex restaurant in the middle of West Wales in a small town called Llandeilo. The woman who runs it is originally from San Antonio...

MDA
08-05-2009, 13:31:45
I'm done with work at eleven today. Looks like I'm making garlic bread with mozzarella cheese. I'll probably have another apple and a glass of iced tea with it.

MoSe
08-05-2009, 13:42:25
how do you say San Antonio in Welsh?

JM^3
08-05-2009, 13:45:54
4 egg omelot
drink
biscuit
grits

JM

Dyl Ulenspiegel
08-05-2009, 13:55:47
Gnocchi with broccoli, ham and a bit of creme sauce.

Asher
08-05-2009, 14:01:28
It's not lunch time yet.

MOBIUS
08-05-2009, 14:02:49
Originally posted by MoSe
how do you say San Antonio in Welsh?

San Antwn :cute:

King_Ghidra
08-05-2009, 15:11:41
Originally posted by JM^3
omelot

http://www.gotpetsonline.com/pictures-gallery/exotic-pictures-breeders-babies/ocelot-pictures-breeders-babies/pictures/ocelot-0008.jpg

Asher
08-05-2009, 15:12:20
Adorable

qchan
08-05-2009, 15:16:35
かわいい!!! ^_^

Asher
08-05-2009, 15:17:15
konolulu!!! *_*

Asher
08-05-2009, 15:17:37
kaui!!! >_<

Sirius Black
08-05-2009, 15:19:10
Yesterday I had food court chinese food. Damn them and their tastiness.

MOBIUS
08-05-2009, 15:21:28
AKA MSG

qchan
08-05-2009, 15:22:30
The default encoding should always be Unicode!

Asher
08-05-2009, 15:23:15
Originally posted by MOBIUS
AKA MSG
Mega Sumptuous Goodness

Asher
08-05-2009, 15:23:36
Originally posted by qchan
The default encoding should always be Unicode!
PHP has issues with unicode. PHP6 will fix it all...

Sirius Black
08-05-2009, 15:25:10
Originally posted by Asher
Mega Sumptuous Goodness

And how!

qchan
08-05-2009, 15:30:54
Originally posted by Asher
PHP has issues with unicode. PHP6 will fix it all...

It does, but I mean the site doesn't specify it in the HTML head.

Also, it's still using HTML 4.01 Transitional. ;_;

Dyl Ulenspiegel
08-05-2009, 15:37:20
Originally posted by King_Ghidra
http://www.gotpetsonline.com/pictures-gallery/exotic-pictures-breeders-babies/ocelot-pictures-breeders-babies/pictures/ocelot-0008.jpg

I read that as Sir Omelot, fearless knight.

MOBIUS
08-05-2009, 15:41:57
"Run away! Run away!":eek:

Japher
08-05-2009, 16:31:14
Today I went home and had lunch with my daughter. We had grilled ham and cheese sandwiches, carrots, and grape juice.

Oerdin
08-05-2009, 18:15:17
I'm not really hungry so I think I'll skip lunch.

Asher
08-05-2009, 18:20:59
I went out to Shoeless Joes and had some pasta.

Sirius Black
08-05-2009, 21:46:40
I had an Arby's Roastburger.

Sirius Black
08-05-2009, 21:47:10
Originally posted by Japher
grape juice.

Is that what we are calling wine during work hours now?

Provost Harrison
09-05-2009, 12:36:11
Ask that question to a bulemic and you can get to see for yourself!

Lurker
09-05-2009, 12:53:47
You need to go to London for real mexican food:

http://www.qype.co.uk/place/74286-Lautre-London

Turd
09-05-2009, 12:57:21
For lunch I just picked some of the corn out of myself.

Turd
09-05-2009, 12:58:47
Originally posted by Lurker
You need to go to London for real mexican food:

http://www.qype.co.uk/place/74286-Lautre-London

Mexican and Polish in one restaurant? First it gives you indigestion and then it gives you the runs?

Provost Harrison
09-05-2009, 14:08:45
Mexican polish? Good for gringos to keep their furniture sparkling? :D

Funko
11-05-2009, 12:23:27
Spicy lentil 'soup' that I could have eaten with a fork

alsieboo
11-05-2009, 12:26:50
My meals all roll into one...So far I've had: a bagel, a cup of tomato soup (with croutons) & 2 mini galaxy bars. It seemed like so much more when I was spreading it out, but now I realise that with only my yogurt & copious cups of tea to see me through till 5pm, I really am starving myself :(

Tizzy
11-05-2009, 12:34:06
I've had a ham and mustard sandwich and I'm very probably going to give into my craving for crisps after I've been for a walk.

King_Ghidra
11-05-2009, 12:37:25
Monster Munch

Funko
11-05-2009, 12:47:08
Originally posted by Tizzy
I've had a ham and mustard sandwich and I'm very probably going to give into my craving for crisps after I've been for a walk.

Where did you get ham from?! Why didn't I get ham?

Tizzy
11-05-2009, 13:33:42
You didn't see it in the fridge I guess

MoSe
11-05-2009, 13:44:05
she hid it in the back

http://www.fratelliberetta.com/new/italiano/sponsor.asp#

(click on the thumbnails at the bottom to see the ads)

Funko
11-05-2009, 13:48:47
I didn't know to look in the fridge, you must have sneaked it from the shop yesterday.

Tizzy
11-05-2009, 13:49:25
There was no sneaking involved.

MDA
11-05-2009, 14:52:27
The best way to hide something in the fridge (if you're hiding it from a guy) is to put it front and center on the top shelf.

Funko
11-05-2009, 14:52:54
That's where the beer is!

Greg W
11-05-2009, 14:55:29
Today I had beef Korma and Butter chicken. Yum. :D

Tizzy
11-05-2009, 14:59:12
Originally posted by MDA
The best way to hide something in the fridge (if you're hiding it from a guy) is to put it front and center on the top shelf.

It was front and centre on the second shelf. On top of the cheese so very obvious (I thought)

Greg W
11-05-2009, 15:02:16
weird. Why did I capitalise Korma and Butter, but not beef or chicken? :clueless:

Funko
11-05-2009, 15:03:26
I didn't look in the fridge, I didn't know it was there to look for, if I had known it was there I'd have hunted it down until I got porky goodness in my sandwich.

MoSe
11-05-2009, 15:08:48
Originally posted by Funko
if I had known it was there

you couldn't have been properly "looking for" it

Funko
11-05-2009, 15:10:42
Yes. I wasn't.

MDA
11-05-2009, 15:14:20
looks like I have a Lebanon bologna sandwich, and another apple, with a bottle of cranberry juice

Its not actually made of Lebanese people. I think its heavily smoked/spiced beef.

Greg W
11-05-2009, 15:15:21
Originally posted by Funko
I didn't look in the fridge, I didn't know it was there to look for, if I had known it was there I'd have hunted it down until I got porky goodness in my sandwich. was was

Funko
11-05-2009, 15:15:52
jj inderdeed. I had cereal for breakfast. Cereal!

Greg W
11-05-2009, 15:16:50
was was again... :eek:

Dyl Ulenspiegel
11-05-2009, 16:13:46
Originally posted by MDA
Lebanon bologna

Interesting geography.

Japher
11-05-2009, 16:48:24
I had Chili (not Cincinnati Chili, which is a mockery of what Chili really is) with Frank's Redhot and pork rinds. Yeah, pork rinds, low carb and crunchy. And, a Diet Dr. Pepper.

MDA
11-05-2009, 18:07:50
not that interesting, just a reused name

Lebanon Bologna is a Pennsylvania Dutch thing

JM^3
11-05-2009, 18:25:29
Tea with milk and chips.

JM

Sirius Black
11-05-2009, 19:30:00
Donar kebab with hummus.

devilmunchkin
11-05-2009, 21:34:56
I haven't eaten yet today. I think I will have Blueberry Special K cereal. It's my new favorite.

JM^3
11-05-2009, 21:38:05
tea with milk

and I just had a couple of cookies left over from a conference

JM

MOBIUS
11-05-2009, 23:05:23
Leftover mystery meal today

alsieboo
12-05-2009, 07:12:01
Today will be much the same as yesterday. But no chocolate. And cous-cous with roasted veg. And a different yogurt. Possibly some cereal. And an Alpen bar.

JM^3
12-05-2009, 07:40:30
Yeah, I forgot I had already posted in this thread.

It isn't age, it is because it was spam. I swear!

JM

JM^3
12-05-2009, 07:41:25
I kept myself from chocolate on Monday as well, I might not be so strong tomorrow.

JM

alsieboo
12-05-2009, 07:42:24
I had too much chocolate yesterday. I couldn't stop!

MoSe
12-05-2009, 08:07:26
so you left brown skidmarks?

Tizzy
12-05-2009, 08:29:37
Today I've got a ham and cheese sandwich. And some pineapple.

Greg W
12-05-2009, 13:03:24
Today was fish and veges.

alsieboo
12-05-2009, 13:04:34
Now on the cous cous and roasted veg. Yummy.

King_Ghidra
12-05-2009, 13:20:05
mexican chicken with kidney beans in a spinach wrap with lettuce and red and green jalapenos

Japher
12-05-2009, 16:18:09
Spicy Italian... again, it's cheap

MDA
12-05-2009, 17:05:15
leftover pizza, an apple, cranberry juice, again

JM^3
12-05-2009, 17:08:42
yams

broccoli

chocolate

JM

stealth biased
12-05-2009, 18:39:48
apple stuffing pork chops.

Provost Harrison
12-05-2009, 19:54:14
Originally posted by Greg W
weird. Why did I capitalise Korma and Butter, but not beef or chicken? :clueless:

Because you're a spazz, of course :D

Tizzy
13-05-2009, 08:14:58
Today: mystery lunch.

I've got a lunchtime meeting and have no idea what food we'll get. I predict rubbish sandwiches and crisps.

King_Ghidra
13-05-2009, 08:34:52
as long as it's not mystery meat

alsieboo
13-05-2009, 09:02:50
I wish I had a mystery lunch.

Tizzy
13-05-2009, 09:06:19
What do you have? Maybe we can swap

alsieboo
13-05-2009, 09:16:51
Alpen bar (chocolate & fudge) mini twirl, muller yogurt (with chocolate bits) and cous cous with roasted veg.

Scabrous Birdseed
13-05-2009, 09:58:43
Yesterday: Leftover minced meat and broccoli macaroni-cheese with rosemary and ginger, absolutely gorgeous.

Later today: Sausages.

Funko
13-05-2009, 10:03:54
Spicy lentils for lunch. Theoretically soup but actually not.

MOBIUS
13-05-2009, 10:33:54
Hmmm, options today:

Lazy - 2 bananas and a scotch egg

Not lazy - 1 banana and a baguette from the sandwich shop on the other side of the railway station.

Being lazy involves eating my snack food for the rugby game I'm going to straight after work...

What a dilemma!

alsieboo
13-05-2009, 12:25:55
The suspense of Tizzy's mystery lunch is killing me!

MOBIUS
13-05-2009, 12:51:15
Have eaten the scotch egg - with coffee

MoSe
13-05-2009, 12:58:56
could that give you scotch tapeworm?

Greg W
13-05-2009, 14:30:19
Today was leftover lamb korma and butter chicken with some pasta on the side.

Tizzy
13-05-2009, 14:51:22
Originally posted by alsieboo
The suspense of Tizzy's mystery lunch is killing me!

I shoulda swapped :(

Selection of sandwiches (I had brie & bacon, and beef & horseradish), fruit and biscuits

I didn't have any biscuits.

JM^3
13-05-2009, 14:59:41
grillers

rye bread

cheese

lettuce

probably some juice

JM

King_Ghidra
13-05-2009, 15:01:06
too many people in this thread have veered into probables. this is a past tense thread, not a future tense thread

Funko
13-05-2009, 15:03:00
Can't have people veering off topic! I've created a thread for future lunches.

Scabrous Birdseed
13-05-2009, 15:09:59
Good idea, because I ended up not having suasages for lunch at all. Instead Sabina came home and we had elk-and-pork burgers with cheese, sour cream dip, red onion, chard and hoisin sauce.

Funko
13-05-2009, 15:11:08
That's taking fusion too far!

Dyl Ulenspiegel
13-05-2009, 15:11:12
How norwegian.

Scabrous Birdseed
13-05-2009, 15:12:22
Elk = swedish, pork = danish, elk-and-pork = norwegian? Fair enough.

Scabrous Birdseed
13-05-2009, 15:13:04
Originally posted by Funko
That's taking fusion too far!

The hoisin sauce was a bit disgusting in the combo. I left it out for my second burger.

Funko
13-05-2009, 15:14:16
Good call, other than that it sounded delicious.

Sirius Black
13-05-2009, 19:13:30
I had Popeye's Fried Chicken... so greasy, but sooo good (that's always what I say about Jon Miller).

alsieboo
14-05-2009, 06:27:10
Originally posted by Tizzy
I shoulda swapped :(

Selection of sandwiches (I had brie & bacon, and beef & horseradish), fruit and biscuits

I didn't have any biscuits.

Aw :( There's just no thought that goes into these meeting lunches any more

Tizzy
14-05-2009, 11:10:44
Spicy crab baguette today. I didn't really enjoy it, bit too spicy and a funny aftertaste :(

Thankfully I have Monster Munch to make it all better.

MoSe
14-05-2009, 11:23:47
I let myself go and took a veggie lasagna and a baked slab of brie, today

(instead of my usual 50g white undressed rice plus purple cabbage salad :()

Funko
14-05-2009, 11:32:25
I was just about to post in this thread about what I am going to have for lunch. Just stopped myself! *phew*

MDA
14-05-2009, 11:32:51
fifty gold for rice and cabbage? what a ripoff, it probably only cost the shop a few coppers

Funko
14-05-2009, 11:33:53
:lol:

We need a nerd smiley.

MDA
14-05-2009, 11:34:15
also, I had popcorn and a coke at Star Trek yesterday afternoon, then we grabbed subs at Quiznos on the way home for dinner

MoSe
14-05-2009, 11:36:31
it's not fifty gold you MegaDumbAss, it's 50 times the force of gravity, very heavy rice

:p

MDA
14-05-2009, 11:43:54
I stand corrected.

I should probably be hurt that I'm not worth the effort to make a more insulting acronym out of my initials.

edit: just found the other thread... :lol:

Scabrous Birdseed
14-05-2009, 11:47:08
I had some veggie lasagna and a leftover burger, this time topped with fresh homebaked bread and some eggplant. It was nicer today.

MoSe
14-05-2009, 11:49:02
btw, a recipe by Gualtiero Marchesi, once the best itlaian chef, always in our top 5 anyway, had a real gold leaf placed on a risotto.

http://www.teatronaturale.com/article/46.html

I once ate it a dozen years ago, although not in that form and not at his place.
Yes you actually eat the gold.
The leaf is ultra thin so it doesn't really raise the cost, IIRC the fancy-stylish-vegatarian restaurant Iwent to already charged ~20 for a ~2 inch cube of basmati rice and vegetables, even if you didn't drape it in gold...

MDA
14-05-2009, 11:51:19
another weird use for gold foil

I think some fancy makeup companies use it for labelling, too.

King_Ghidra
14-05-2009, 11:54:09
spag bol

MoSe
14-05-2009, 11:55:57
what?
stag balls?

Greg W
14-05-2009, 11:59:05
Tortellini with mushroom and ham sauce. :beer:

Funko
14-05-2009, 12:18:18
Lentils. Not soup.

mr_B
15-05-2009, 08:35:53
i will go for a hot dog today

alsieboo
15-05-2009, 08:56:52
I had an early lunch. Cheese rolls. With no butter. :( It wasn't that great and now I'll be hungry later on and no food :(

MDA
15-05-2009, 16:37:04
leftover pizza, a minneola orange, and iced tea

thank god for the pizza, the rest is totally different from what I usually eat and could have caused a panic

Dyl Ulenspiegel
15-05-2009, 17:01:47
Pork filet with basmati rice.

And a lecker toastje for dinner. A propos, where's the dinner thread?

Japher
15-05-2009, 17:38:49
Chinese Buffet. Mostly chicken like substances, noodles, and rice. The pepper chicken was the best, still not sure if it really was chicken though.

Scabrous Birdseed
15-05-2009, 19:33:42
Sabina took me out to lunch so I had this gorgeous Merguez with roast potatoes, thyme-and-chickpea mash and plum gravy, with a chocolate fudge cake slice for desert.

qchan
15-05-2009, 19:54:31
So far, nothing.

Japher
19-05-2009, 16:22:05
Limeade from Sonic and two 99cent burgers that were really yummy. My neighbors kid gave me a card that gets me 99cent 44oz Limeades any time I want for the whole summer. So, I'll be having a lot of those.

Scabrous Birdseed
20-05-2009, 16:01:03
Pancakes!

Lazarus and the Gimp
20-05-2009, 16:41:36
Egg and bacon buttie.

JM^3
20-05-2009, 17:28:23
chocolate - espresso escape by ghodiva

1 protien bar type thing (10g, so not extreme)

2 peices of free pizza

JM

Japher
20-05-2009, 19:50:24
Peanut Butter and Jelly and Diet Mt. Dew

rather disappointing lunch

Tizzy
21-05-2009, 08:32:46
Originally posted by Lazarus and the Gimp
Egg and bacon buttie.

I could do with one of them right now

Lazarus and the Gimp
21-05-2009, 16:20:11
Sushi.

The Mad Monk
21-05-2009, 18:49:45
Macaroni shells and cheddar, spiked with a can of stewed tomatoes and a can of chunk light tuna.

Japher
21-05-2009, 19:56:24
sub sandwich, other half is for lunch

MOBIUS
21-05-2009, 20:13:05
I had two left over cinnamon bagels with ardennes pate and gherkins I scavenged from the fridge. Ms MOBIUS made them the day before for her lunch but didn't take them. Taxed!:)

MoSe
22-05-2009, 08:30:50
Originally posted by The Mad Monk
Macaroni shells and cheddar, spiked with a can of stewed tomatoes and a can of chunk light tuna

CHEESE with FISH????

:eek:

Funko
22-05-2009, 08:34:41
Ah the great Italian phobia.

tuna + cheese ftw.

Had a great tuna, mozarella and spring onion panini last saturday. Take that Italy.

Fistandantilus
22-05-2009, 08:36:42
Heathen.

Funko
22-05-2009, 08:39:10
It was delicious. Then we watched Star Trek.

MoSe
22-05-2009, 09:30:15
I was pusing it a bit
:p
Mozzarella is a unique kind of cheese, and canned light tuna isn't regarded as really real fish by many
tuna and mozzarella is a pairing I sometimes indulge into too
or salted anchovies and mozzarella

but tuna and cheddar nononononononono

:D

BTW, a spring onion has a spiral instead of rings?
lol

Dyl Ulenspiegel
22-05-2009, 09:32:52
Four spring duck technique

Oerdin
22-05-2009, 10:17:22
The German and the Prostitute

A German chap asks a prostitute for a shag and she tells him it's 50 dollars.
"Fine" he says, "but I'm a bit kinky". She agrees that this is OK as long as he doesn't do anything violent. They get back to her flat and he gets out four big springs attached to some straps.

"I want you to put one of these on each elbow and one on each knee" he asks. The prostitute is worried that she's getting into something a bit heavy, but she goes along with his request.

Then she is told to get down on all fours, naked, in front of him which she does grudgingly. Then he asks her to start bouncing up and down on the springs and finally he takes a duck call whistle from his pocket.

"Blow on this while I am shagging you" he tells her. So he's banging away at her from behind while she's bouncing on the springs blowing the duck whistle.

Suddenly she starts to enjoy the shagging, so much so in fact that she experiences the most fantastic orgasm she's ever had.

After they've finished she says "Wow, that was the most fantastic sex I've had in 25 years on the game, how the hell did you make it so good?"

...
...
...

"Ah," he replies, "Foursprung Duck Technique".

Har Har Har.


You must have to drive an Audi to find that funny. ;)

Provost Harrison
22-05-2009, 10:48:02
I believe that joke was found alongside the Dead Sea Scrolls :p

Dyl Ulenspiegel
22-05-2009, 10:54:36
Or the San Diego scrolls.

Oerdin
22-05-2009, 11:26:39
That wouldn't be very old.

alsieboo
22-05-2009, 14:24:29
I had a solero :D Exotic fruits, mmmm it was lush!!

Tizzy
22-05-2009, 14:30:56
I had fish pie

Japher
11-06-2009, 13:56:13
Should I go home for lunch and have some soup and see my kids today, since I won't get home until after they are asleep

or

Should I go to Taco Bell and get a volcano burrito?

Japher
11-06-2009, 17:18:00
Taco Bell was packed so I ended up meeting the family for lunch at a bagel shoppe... it was really good, not sure I got what I ordered though.

Scabrous Birdseed
11-06-2009, 17:36:14
Pizza.

Japher
11-06-2009, 17:37:28
To me, pizza for lunch is a comfort food. It's like breakfast for dinner.

MDA
11-06-2009, 17:49:13
I was craving the Jewish Bagel/Deli place, but I'd brought a sandwich, apple and juice with me from home. Again.

JM^3
11-06-2009, 17:50:40
I had pasta

cheaper than eating out

JM

Scabrous Birdseed
11-06-2009, 19:12:24
To me, pizza for lunch is a comfort food. It's like breakfast for dinner.

In my defense:

(a) it was three o'clock in the afternoon and all the real lunch places had closed.

(b) I was on my way to Mickey D's, which surely is even worse.

(c) What I had for dinner was even worse: pickled herring, new potatoes and sour cream, aka. the traditional Midsummer's eve starter. Totally inappropriate, but my local store has a massive deal on pickled herring this week.

Lazarus and the Gimp
11-06-2009, 19:28:22
Chicken sandwich with mayo and chopped jalapenos.

Japher
11-06-2009, 19:29:46
That sounds like what I ordered at the bagel shop. It was suppose to be a jalapeno cheese bagel with chicken, cream cheese, tomato, and jalapeno. I got chicken, but I didn't see any jalapeno, nor did I taste any. It was still good though.

Lazarus and the Gimp
11-06-2009, 19:32:05
I don't like bagels. They're like doughnuts for masochists.

Provost Harrison
11-06-2009, 20:11:44
I had sea bass :p

Lazarus and the Gimp
11-06-2009, 20:18:55
Ooooooo. A posh lunch for a Yorkshireman.

Provost Harrison
11-06-2009, 20:20:23
Yeah, no bread and dripping for me ;)

I was out at a seafood restaurant with the rest of the team I am currently working with. Been nice to be sat outside with the glorious weather (if a bit hot).

paiktis
11-06-2009, 21:00:14
tortelini with prosuto

two cheeseburgers

beef with red sauce

(from morning untill now - i'm thin)

paiktis
11-06-2009, 21:10:23
CHEESE with FISH????

:eek:

i had a girlfriend once who was a great cook. she was also a little overweight. very pretty though.
she used to put cheese in literally everything. having grown up on the spartan side with very austeric food I thought that was an extravagansa of the fattest sort.
made everything more tasty, it's true but also much more heavier.

she also used to put milk in omelate something that my mother never had done.
anyway she was a far better cook than my mom and she used it i think to "overcome" her in a way?

anyway the only period of my life where i ate like a human being. but very heavy food.

paiktis
11-06-2009, 21:11:38
she didn't put cheese in fish though
for the name of god

paiktis
11-06-2009, 21:31:10
oh and three beers and half a bottle of wine and two red buls. ok.
1.85 at 80kilograms it's good.

Oerdin
11-06-2009, 23:29:37
I made mac and cheese.

MDA
12-06-2009, 11:27:52
a little parmesan in the breading on broiled fish is kinda good, I do it sometimes

Tizzy
12-06-2009, 11:53:17
Spicy chicken and salad

Scabrous Birdseed
12-06-2009, 12:02:02
More herring.

Oerdin
12-06-2009, 12:06:27
I have left over chicken and rice in the fridge so that will likely be lunch today. Exciting stuff I say.

Funko
12-06-2009, 12:22:47
WRONG THREAD!

http://www.counterglow.com/forum/showthread.php?t=42698&highlight=lunch