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Freddy Woo writes, "My wife thinks calling the front room a lounge is common. Worse, a friend of hers recently admonished her daughter for calling a toilet, a toilet. Lavatory darling. It's lavatory."

My own mother refused to let me use the word 'oblong' instead of 'rectangle'. Which is just odd, to be honest.

What stuff do you think is common?

(, Thu 16 Oct 2008, 16:06)
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Microwave kebabs
My mother denies having ever heard of them, let alone keeping them in the freezer when I was 18, for when I came in late.

She fucking did though.
(, Wed 22 Oct 2008, 23:08, 3 replies)
Microwave kebabs?
Found on the interwebs...


Riverside Foods reckons it has improved its monster kebabs. They now microwave from frozen in just four minutes.

Launched last year, the monsters weigh in at 130g and are made with fully cooked, juicy, tender pieces of chicken breast meat.

The food-safe kebabs come in a variety of flavours to suit any customer. Chargrilled and Salsa are particularly recommended, as are Tikka, Lime & Coconut, and Apricot & Tamarind.


"Food-safe" kebabs? The mind boggles...
(, Thu 23 Oct 2008, 4:51, closed)
The lowest form of protein
Yup, Microwavable Donner Kebabs.

From Iceland.

2 for £1.59.

Reader, I ate one.

For shame.
(, Thu 23 Oct 2008, 10:30, closed)
And truly....
......they are an amazing foodstuff. I've never eaten anything that tasted less like food.

They come out of their microwavable wrapper (paper bag) all sweaty and dripping with oily water. The meat is like boiled labia minoris trimmings, and the lettuce is usually brown and tiny.

Sometimes, on a good day, someone will have accidentally dropped 0.4 grams of onion on it.

(, Thu 23 Oct 2008, 12:40, closed)

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