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Old 14.09.2011, 20:37
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Re: Soreen Malt Loaf?

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I was about to have my Tea At Three (Soreen's finest malt loaf and a nice cup of EG with lemon), and I thought I should share it with you all
Not a big enough portion - methinks you could easily fit another slice onto that plate
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Old 14.09.2011, 20:44
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Re: Soreen Malt Loaf?

any more food and snack p0rn from you and it will be straight on my ignore list for you, and I so mean it this time.

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I was about to have my Tea At Three (Soreen's finest malt loaf and a nice cup of EG with lemon), and I thought I should share it with you all
p.s. can the missus bring me one, pretty please?
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Not a big enough portion - methinks you could easily fit another slice onto that plate
Not really - I had already eaten the rest of it for Elevenses


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any more food and snack p0rn from you and it will be straight on my ignore list for you, and I so mean it this time.

p.s. can the missus bring me one, pretty please?
I'll see what I can do, but she flies out very early morning.

Having said that, the Tesco on the way to the airport is 24/7
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Old 15.09.2011, 10:54
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It's a Mackintosh Rose-motif Mug, e-e-e-ctually - a design classic
Ah. A designer girly cup.

Did Mackintosh not do anything with power tools. Or bears?
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Did Mackintosh not do anything with power tools. Or bears?
No. Macintosh things are well known to be totally the stuff of big-girl'ss-blouse-land, e.g.:




'Nuff said.
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Re: Soreen Malt Loaf?

Orderd my Soreen Malt loaf in a Internet shop in the UK.
Britstore Ltd t/as Britsuperstore Expensive Postage but worth it.
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Old 31.12.2011, 19:11
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Re: Soreen Malt Loaf?

I'm almost reluctant to tell you guys that I work next door to the Soreen factory. I smell the stuff every day, and can tell what kind of loaves they're making by the smell.

Mmmm. Cinnamon and raisin Soreen....

(yet I rarely have it in the house...)
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Old 31.12.2011, 20:38
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Re: Soreen Malt Loaf?

Not as good as the Uncle Joes Mint Balls factory in Wigan.

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I'm almost reluctant to tell you guys that I work next door to the Soreen factory. I smell the stuff every day, and can tell what kind of loaves they're making by the smell.

Mmmm. Cinnamon and raisin Soreen....

(yet I rarely have it in the house...)
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