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Justin Cyder

12,624 posts

57 months

Saturday 13th October 2012
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George H said:
Fish, chips and curry sauce



yum
Dear Jim. Please could you fix it for me to st on my fish supper.

Drive Blind

1,658 posts

85 months

Saturday 13th October 2012
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George H said:
Fish, chips and curry sauce
boak

that is just so wrong.

well done! smile

SomeMinorTrouble

378 posts

50 months

Saturday 13th October 2012
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Had one of them gormet pizzas from dominoes and the new garlic cheese dough balls.
The pizza was crap but the dough balls were sublime..

V8mate

38,123 posts

97 months

Saturday 13th October 2012
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SVX said:
George H said:
Fish, chips and curry sauce



yum
Dear lord, that looks like a Happy Meal from WrongDonalds.
hehe

calibrax

4,781 posts

119 months

Saturday 13th October 2012
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I'm puzzled as to why anyone buys from Dominos these days, or for that matter any pizza chain. The prices are exorbitant!

Example:

Dominos Mighty Meaty (Large) £16.99
Pizza Hut Meat Feast (Large) £15.99
Pizza Gogo Meaty-One (Large) £12.95

I have a local place (Rochester Grill) that delivers pizza, and they charge £11 for a 15" Mighty Meat. That's on a Friday or Saturday. If you order from Sunday to Thursday, it's just £8! And the quality is better than the major chains, plus they do a much wider choice of sides (which are also considerably cheaper... 4 pieces of garlic bread with cheese for £2.10!)


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texasjohn

3,637 posts

139 months

Saturday 13th October 2012
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Justin Cyder said:
Dear Jim. Please could you fix it for me to st on my fish supper.
rofl

DukeDickson

3,962 posts

121 months

Saturday 13th October 2012
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SVX said:
George H said:
Fish, chips and curry sauce



yum
Dear lord, that looks like a Happy Meal from WrongDonalds.
biggrin


I don't see a lot of happiness there. Pain and disgust maybe.

I suspect a certain degree of inebriation, blindness or serious commitment to the ethos of this thread is required to wolf that down thumbup

Mighty Flex

731 posts

79 months

Saturday 13th October 2012
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Disappointing biryani tonight. It was perfectly square until I panicked in attempt to stop the spillage of curry juice by tipping the plate. And the obligatory keema naan. Beer is hiding under the poppadom.

My housemate had a equally boring chicken ceylon.



Consumed while watching Goldeneye.

SVX

1,819 posts

119 months

Saturday 13th October 2012
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Mighty Flex said:
Disappointing biryani tonight. It was perfectly square until I panicked in attempt to stop the spillage of curry juice by tipping the plate. And the obligatory keema naan. Beer is hiding under the poppadom.

My housemate had a equally boring chicken ceylon.



Consumed while watching Goldeneye.
All present and correct. biggrin

ambuletz

3,772 posts

89 months

Saturday 13th October 2012
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SVX said:
Mighty Flex said:
Disappointing biryani tonight. It was perfectly square until I panicked in attempt to stop the spillage of curry juice by tipping the plate. And the obligatory keema naan. Beer is hiding under the poppadom.

My housemate had a equally boring chicken ceylon.



Consumed while watching Goldeneye.
All present and correct. biggrin
Impressive. I can't recall the last time I ever ordered a curry. I miss that bright red curry.

vladcjelli

2,188 posts

66 months

Saturday 13th October 2012
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Drive Blind said:
George H said:
Fish, chips and curry sauce
boak

that is just so wrong.

well done! smile
Is it curry sauce on fish & chips that you don't like? Or that "curry" in particular?

Have to say I could eat f & c & curry any day of the week. Lovely.

DukeDickson

3,962 posts

121 months

Saturday 13th October 2012
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vladcjelli said:
Drive Blind said:
George H said:
Fish, chips and curry sauce
boak

that is just so wrong.

well done! smile
Is it curry sauce on fish & chips that you don't like? Or that "curry" in particular?

Have to say I could eat f & c & curry any day of the week. Lovely.
Presumably 'that curry'. Was catching a bit of Dogma while reading this and it looked remarkably like the emergence of the Golgothan.

Vieste

10,532 posts

68 months

Saturday 13th October 2012
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It's the look of the curry,sod all wrong with having fish and chips with curry sauce.

russ_a

2,122 posts

119 months

Saturday 13th October 2012
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calibrax said:
I'm puzzled as to why anyone buys from Dominos these days, or for that matter any pizza chain. The prices are exorbitant!

Example:

Dominos Mighty Meaty (Large) £16.99
Pizza Hut Meat Feast (Large) £15.99
Pizza Gogo Meaty-One (Large) £12.95

I have a local place (Rochester Grill) that delivers pizza, and they charge £11 for a 15" Mighty Meat. That's on a Friday or Saturday. If you order from Sunday to Thursday, it's just £8! And the quality is better than the major chains, plus they do a much wider choice of sides (which are also considerably cheaper... 4 pieces of garlic bread with cheese for £2.10!)
dominos are always half price around here, well buy one get one free

vladcjelli

2,188 posts

66 months

Sunday 14th October 2012
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DukeDickson said:
...it looked remarkably like the emergence of the Golgothan.
Suppose it does have more than a hint of st monster about it.

Still would though.


ambuletz

3,772 posts

89 months

Sunday 14th October 2012
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calibrax said:
I'm puzzled as to why anyone buys from Dominos these days, or for that matter any pizza chain. The prices are exorbitant!

Example:

Dominos Mighty Meaty (Large) £16.99
Pizza Hut Meat Feast (Large) £15.99
Pizza Gogo Meaty-One (Large) £12.95

I have a local place (Rochester Grill) that delivers pizza, and they charge £11 for a 15" Mighty Meat. That's on a Friday or Saturday. If you order from Sunday to Thursday, it's just £8! And the quality is better than the major chains, plus they do a much wider choice of sides (which are also considerably cheaper... 4 pieces of garlic bread with cheese for £2.10!)
I'm a big fan of pizza GOGO. £10 for a super size pizza. They can't be beaten on value, and if you like that classic pizza takeaway taste. Sometimes I find their pizza to be somewhat inconsistent. On a good day the dough is soft and light, on a bad day the dough is somewhat dense, hard to eat, feels heavy in your stomach, and gives (me) terrible number 2's.

porridge

1,109 posts

52 months

Sunday 14th October 2012
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rs_a said:
calibrax said:
I'm puzzled as to why anyone buys from Dominos these days, or for that matter any pizza chain. The prices are exorbitant!

Example:

Dominos Mighty Meaty (Large) £16.99
Pizza Hut Meat Feast (Large) £15.99
Pizza Gogo Meaty-One (Large) £12.95

I have a local place (Rochester Grill) that delivers pizza, and they charge £11 for a 15" Mighty Meat. That's on a Friday or Saturday. If you order from Sunday to Thursday, it's just £8! And the quality is better than the major chains, plus they do a much wider choice of sides (which are also considerably cheaper... 4 pieces of garlic bread with cheese for £2.10!)
dominos are always half price around here, well buy one get one free
yes lots of offers if you look online

Besides they (I hope) use actual ingredients rather then my local ethnic takeaways who offer ultra cheap pizza due to the processed chicken cubes and god knows what else

dotty

386 posts

106 months

Sunday 14th October 2012
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Bonefish Blues

8,749 posts

131 months

Sunday 14th October 2012
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Ah, Cotty's sister I guess smile

chilistrucker

3,461 posts

59 months

Sunday 14th October 2012
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George H said:
Fish, chips and curry sauce



yum
title says dirty, this ticks all the boxes smile
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