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  • [ – ] lambdog76 reply excellent post, one of your best so far. i thought in England the chips left in the bag were called "Drop-em-offs"? there was a comedy but of an englishman bargaining with a waiter offering one quid 20 pence for the drop-em-offs from the cheese fries. i'm sure it is lost in translation but to an egotistical american it is funny as all hell.
    • StefanJenkins parent reply Thanks alot it was pretty good day :) and hahahh its a really old saying we dont use that much anymore ahaha :)
  • [ – ] November_Fox reply My wife and I recently visited London and during our stay we ate dinner at the 5 Guys at Kings Cross Station. By any chance did you happen to go to the same one?
  • [ – ] JustABloke reply Oh I miss those days LoL yeah it was such a close battle and you knew who I was rooting for. All's fair in Love and War right. Personally I would've gone for a home cooked lamb roast with all that lovely fat rendered dripping loveliness. Seriously upload whatever you want, you both are that interesting.
    • StefanJenkins parent reply It was so much fun I am looking foward to her coming back and the challenge starting up again .A lamb roast would have been so much better than five guys. That is the one thing I have never tried to cook I know they are meant to be so easy to do I just don't have the time to wait for it to cook hahha : )
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