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David Cameron holds in his piss in order to concentrate. What weird borderline OCD shit do you do and why?

(, Thu 15 Dec 2011, 14:17)
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Yorkshires at 12 O clock
When I cook a sunday roast, the food has to arrayed on the plate in certain clock face order.
Yorkshires at 12
Meat occupies the space between them and 3
Mashed potato up to 5
If there are roast parsnips they are at 6 & 7
Carrots at 8
Green veg at 9, 10
Mashed swede at 11
Roast potatoes slot in the middle

I didnt realise I always did this until fairly recently when having sunday lunch elsewhere and got all fizzy in my chest that the yorkshires were in the wrong place.
When I moved them , it didnt matter that everything wasnt in the order im used to.
But yorkshire puds must always be at 12 o clock on the plate.

One day i'm going to rise up and rebel and place those damn yorkshires at the bottom of the plate.
That'll teach em
(, Fri 16 Dec 2011, 0:01, 12 replies)
You are fucking crazy

(, Fri 16 Dec 2011, 4:24, closed)
I know, Mash Potatoes with a roast?

(, Fri 16 Dec 2011, 8:51, closed)
Hanging's too good for the likes of him.

(, Fri 16 Dec 2011, 8:57, closed)
Mashed potatoes BELONG with a roast, as long as there are roast potatoes too. Don't they?!
(, Fri 16 Dec 2011, 9:52, closed)
Creamy mashed potato goes just right with sunday roast gravy
(, Fri 16 Dec 2011, 16:29, closed)

I concur
(, Fri 16 Dec 2011, 16:26, closed)
Did you move the Yorkshires on the plate
..or just rotate the plate? Because if it's the first one, then you also must have some sort of way of determining where the top of the plate is, which might make interesting (relatively speaking) reading.
(, Fri 16 Dec 2011, 9:22, closed)

or spin yourownself around
(, Fri 16 Dec 2011, 9:58, closed)

the top of the plate is surely the bit furthest away from you?
(, Fri 16 Dec 2011, 16:27, closed)
Perhaps not.
If the plates have, I don't know, pictures of ducks on them, they might have an absolute top, where the duck is the right way up, rather than a relative top as you've described. I was just wondering if this was the sort of stuff you thought about.
(, Mon 19 Dec 2011, 17:18, closed)
Mashed potatoes?
The current term is "crushed" potatoes, sounds so much posher.
(, Fri 16 Dec 2011, 9:50, closed)
I think I shall open a cafe
And offer people "Subjugated potatoes with shredded pork and herb elongated terrines and a rich onion jus".
(, Fri 16 Dec 2011, 11:27, closed)

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