Late Night Snacks


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ilmaestro
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I often go with a cheese toastie, but I'm about to have some M&S guacomole flavored tortilla chips with a BBQ jalapeno dip while I watch a movie.
#1 at 02:12:13 - 08/08/2007
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I miss my uni days :o(

Warmed up Chinese food is only beaten by fresh Chinese food that was collected after spending 5 hours getting pissed in the pub.

At the moment I'm on water as a "snack". It's great.
#2 at 02:18:18 - 08/08/2007
ilmaestro
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And here I am thinking of water as 'essential for continued existence'. Man, the luxories some people have.
#3 at 02:31:49 - 08/08/2007
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None of that bottled stuff either - pure tap water: the best there is.

I think it's all the free crap they put in it such as oestrogen.
#4 at 02:41:39 - 08/08/2007
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Just had indian snacks. (traiangle and ball things)
Also like toasties.
#5 at 03:09:13 - 08/08/2007
ilmaestro
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Samosas and onion bhaji?
#6 at 03:11:18 - 08/08/2007
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Yup, nice stuff though I used to hate bhajis
#7 at 03:31:08 - 08/08/2007
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If it's late in the evening and my bellys-a-rumbling I usually crack open a tin of rice pudding, slap on a dollop of strawberry jam and jobs-a-guddun.

#8 at 11:20:51 - 08/08/2007
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Stealth crisps when I'm getting a glass of water or warming a bottle for the sprog.

And stray chocolate thats been left in the fridge.

And any dried fruit left in the cupboard.

And any fruit loaf in the bread bin.
#9 at 11:33:50 - 08/08/2007
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Either a nice wedge of roquefort, or a saucisson sec. At least, those are my favourites.

/has heart attack
#10 at 12:11:39 - 08/08/2007
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last night raisin toast with peanut butter... really a bit too good.
#11 at 14:02:00 - 08/08/2007
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Spicy chicken wings (mmm) while watching a little baseball.

Not really any alco in the house though. Just lots of spirits.

/mixes spirits
#12 at 04:16:21 - 09/08/2007
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To be honest, you can't beat a bit of bread with lots of marj and marmite. Washed down with a glass of milk.
#13 at 14:54:05 - 09/08/2007
Roobs
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Marmite? Boke! ;)

Those M&S oat and cranberry bites for me, or choc covered cornflake ones, also from M&S. :9
#14 at 15:37:30 - 09/08/2007
Alastair
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Roobs said:Marmite? Boke! ;)

:op
#15 at 16:00:21 - 09/08/2007
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Alastair said:
marmite

/Shun
#16 at 16:06:38 - 09/08/2007
ilmaestro
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Marmite? Doesn't the relative merit of the flavor split opinion a bit?
#17 at 16:47:20 - 09/08/2007
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Retroid said:
Alastair said:
marmite

/Shun

/counter shuns
#18 at 18:01:25 - 09/08/2007
Hughes.
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slice of toast
enough beans to just cover the toast to an uniform depth of one bean
cover with sliced cheese
grill until bubbling

perfect with blended scotch like Teachers or Grants (single malt would be a waste for snack-time drinking)
#19 at 23:48:05 - 09/08/2007
ilmaestro
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Hughes. said:to a uniform depth of one bean

:D

I love it when people are thorough.
#20 at 23:57:04 - 09/08/2007

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