Discussion in 'SMB' started by xmfd, Apr 13, 2019 at 9:02 AM.
It is an essential building block though.
A rite of passage. From spotty faced youth eating Big Macs to a manly fat laden, mechanically recovered kebab.
Spot in there mate. Large chicken shish, extra onion and chilli, with chips and diet fizzy pop. Used to be our Wednesday night meal before the bairns came along.
Not at all. It's a magnificent bacchanalian ritual that is part of a well balanced life.
It's what I'll be having tomorrow night for tea after my colonoscopy , I figure after eating eggs, white bread, ham and cheese for a few days (and nothing today after 9am) I deserve the bugger (usually have a takeaway on a weekend so that will be my treat, cant wait, yum yum).
The bairns prefer a curry?
I had one of those the other week. The preparation was worse than the event.
The colonoscopy not a kebab.
I'm sitting here knowing I cant fart, because it won't be a fart will it . And I've had loads of them, I really hate the prep but the drugs you get on the day are mint, I take full advantage of the gas and air anarl .
I just caught last orders in Greggs then went for a couple of pints in Chesters.
True. Love a chilli kebab with jalapenos all ower it
Picolax is brutal but effective, Moviprep is just slow torture.
They taste miles nicer when you're sober and hungry and have a kebab.
I'm hungry now.
I only get a choice of Chilli, and/or Garlic sauce. I'm asking for some imo next feckin time!
You only get a choice of 1 sauce at my local gaff, so I just pay the extra to get the other one.
Chilli sauce all the way for me, don’t think I’ve had garlic sauce for about 15 year. Special mention for Indian efforts like Saffron where you can pick a tub of Madras, Pathia etc as your dip. Top notch
Madras sauce on a Kebab sounds canny. Good scran for the beer scooter home!
Fair play doesn't seem too unhealthy to be honest
I bought a chilli/garlic mixed sauce from Aldi and its canny decent!
Saffron and the likes are top draw for kebabs and sauces
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