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  1. FreedomEclipse

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    how bout you FedEx some of that to me boss?
     
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    Puddding-[​IMG]

    Dinuguan(same as pudding)-[​IMG]

    But different way of cooking
     
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    Behave my children :shadedshu ........................
     

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    HEre..
     
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    to be honest Dinuguan looks like something you can find a lot of in a field of cows and the first one (pata) doesn't look to fantastic either

    @tatty:its not a real auction
    1:we were bidding downward
    2:we were adding in useless items
    3:i'm not really sure a crispy PATA would survive the royal mail
     
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    will not survive with this:toast: this is a good appetizer when you and your mate having a drink of alcohol
     
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    if you need some real food burgers take about a week to go off so i could post one to you...
     
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    wahhhhh im craving... London road is quite far in my house
     
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    when are you coming back from wherever it is you are and however it is you spell it?

    if you have a pc i'm looking for someone to kill in BC2
     
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    i Want these...

    [​IMG]
     
  12. FreedomEclipse

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    until you've worked in Royal Mail...you havent seen half the amount of shit people send through the post.

    On day before april fools we got a jiffy bag with turd in it. we have also had something which musta been fish or some sort of pork being sent through the post that had obviously gone off while in transit and had stunk up the entire bag full of peoples letters. we left that bag outside, and no-one would go near it for about a week lol
     
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    i'm just going to say one thing in this post - double whopper burger with bacon and cheese
     
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    only thing i've seen the royal mail do is kicking the parcels
     
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    no you havent -- that was Jim Carrey and he was working for FedEx USA
     
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    Id like to know which branch it was...Hopefully it wasnt the south london one....
     
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    i think it was near brixton
     
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    Phew, Im safe then!
     
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    they did it in another one as well but that was in east london so...

    @kieren - i think that's my postman
     
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    I think im the only person who has a good postal service with Royal Mail. I live 15 mins from the depot too so if anything is returned i can just go collect it myself.

    I saw the Panorama program on the Royal Mail in London, it snowed and some of the post workers just wouldn't go up certain streets or just clocked off early. I think people that work for royal mail don't really give a shit because no one is inspecting the places catching out the buggers.
     
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    The service isn't bad with royal mail its just not as good as any other postal service, apart from city link, which is terrible
     
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    I had a bad experience from city link last march. better to choose parcelforce courier
     
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    citilink have always been good in my area, it is HDNL we have MAJOR issues with
     

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