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A friend of mine recently attended a 'Champaign Lunch', where he was compelled drink as much fizzy stuff as he could between the first and last courses. In an ideal world we'd ask restaurant staff to tell us stories about fatties stuffing themselves at All You Can Eat places, but we recognise that our members don't all work in the catering trade, so for the rest of you - tell us something about abusing freebies. BTW: Bee puns = you fail.

(, Thu 8 Nov 2007, 14:16)
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My boss has just had 6 guys round the office table having a meeting, I bought biscuits for them and they scoffed the lot.

Freebie abusing bastards. They were posh biscuits as well. I haven't had a posh biscuit in ages.
(, Tue 13 Nov 2007, 15:07, 7 replies)
That was a bit daft of you
You should have kept a couple of biscuits for yourself before putting them out for the visitors.

Then you could have abused their freebies, which would be even more satisfying.
(, Tue 13 Nov 2007, 15:13, closed)
I like your sig
and admire your subtlety...

(, Tue 13 Nov 2007, 15:19, closed)
Next time,
slip a couple of stale ones onto the plate, sit back and watch!

Cheap and satisfying!
(, Tue 13 Nov 2007, 15:22, closed)
Okay, I simply have to ask. WTF is a "posh biscuit"? Is that some sort of weird British code for something? Over here a biscuit is a crumbly form of bread popular in the South because they're cheap to make, and usually end up with stew or sausage gravy slopped over them to be consumed by the Jethro Bodine types around here. How in hell would you make that "posh"?
(, Tue 13 Nov 2007, 18:02, closed)
We call them biscuits
you'd probably call them cookies. Posh ones (in our house at least) come in a tin rather than a cheap plastic wrapper.
(, Tue 13 Nov 2007, 18:53, closed)
What you call biscuits in the US
as served with KFC chicken, we would call (if anything, as we don't have anytihg quite like them) savoury scones.

Our biscuits are your cookies. Posh biscuits are particularly fine examples of the genre, typically coated with Belgian chocoloate or some similar extravagant confection.
(, Tue 13 Nov 2007, 19:47, closed)
Ah. Thank you.
I was afraid that a "posh biscuit" was something that one of the Spice Girls flushed...
(, Tue 13 Nov 2007, 21:19, closed)

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