Food doesn't go off

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  1. Freeborn

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    I used to like Pot Noodles as a kid, I really don't think they taste that bad. I haven't had one for many years though, although I tried a few of those Posh Noodles some years ago and quite liked them.
     
  2. whatthesmeg

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    Hey, Think of it this way. There loads of celebs paying hundrends of pounds for your fancy up your spout colonic irrigation when they could spend £1.50 on a Bad Boy and clear out the klinkers for virtually nothing. Their credit cards is intact, they have a warm feeling in ones tum, they've had a good hearty feed and a shiny new one to show the folks.:P
     
  3. dodgebizkit

    dodgebizkit Deck Sergeant

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    Well you just killed a whole industry thanks to your discovery. We know who kick started this recession...


    All I can say is...


    Keep finding ways to crush this economy! And eating those little pots of horror :P
     
  4. whatthesmeg

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    Hey, It's the marmite effect. You either hate them or love em. I walk like Charlie Chaplin so you can guess what I like and what passes my lips. And a clean response please. :twisted:
     
  5. mullauna

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    You walk like Charlie Chaplin?
    So, you're a 36 year old skeleton?
     
  6. whatthesmeg

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    I've been Ill recently. :P
     
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    And they can clean out the pot afterwards and use it to make all manner of useful items, from a desk pen holder to a silly party hat. Covered with silver foil it would make a great coffee table talking point.
     
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    A multi purpose item indeed. Pot Noodles a savoury fun pot of the gods with a mango chutney lubricant.:P
     
  9. dodgebizkit

    dodgebizkit Deck Sergeant

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    .... I've gone off food for life.
     
  10. whatthesmeg

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    Sorry to hear about that. Was it the mango Lubricant quote? :?
     
  11. dodgebizkit

    dodgebizkit Deck Sergeant

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    Well you found a use for pot noodle at last...
     
  12. whatthesmeg

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    But.... What.... Why... is that possible? :shock:
     
  13. whatthesmeg

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    Another Suggestion. How about Ryvita? It can be used as food of sorts, it lasts for bleeding ever and can be used a mock cladding for ones home or a rough flooring. Truly evil in my eyes as a food source but moist and sensual to ones lips when dipped in tea. :P
     
  14. Kittypaws

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    :shock: :shock:
     
  15. Curryman

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    Have you ever tried hard tack? Not much use as food, but it makes perfect sound insulation.
     
  16. whatthesmeg

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    Yeah, and it's a really bugger to chew too.:shock:
     

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