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Please describe either:

-what you last ate

-what you are eating atm

-what your intend to eat next

I last ate a 1 egg omlette drizzled generously with marmite in a crispy white cob/roll/bap :wub: and i'd really like a cold ginger beer now, but we dont have any so i'll settle for Vimto.

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I last ate a 1 egg omlette drizzled generously with marmite in a crispy white cob/roll/bap :wub: and i'd really like a cold ginger beer now, but we dont have any so i'll settle for Vimto.

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I'm about to have a shawarma from this awesome lebanese joint, can't wait :D

Paramount Restaurant on Yonge St by any chance?

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I just ate chocolate cheese cake for dessert and far too much of it, so dont plan on anything else tonight, apart from cups of tea.

I last ate some biscuits (rich tea)

currently I am not eating

I dont know what I will eat next

do you dunk them? my mum used to get them all the time when i was a kid, but you have to put about 3 together to dunk them! so many cups of tea ive had turned to sludge because of 'Rich tea' 'Morning Coffee'(eew) and 'Nice' biscuits >.< so now i stick to the bulky guys like chocolate covered Oreos or fig biscuits or Penguins. Actually, there is a delicate biscuit i like, i dont remember the name but theyre covered in peanuts. I dont dunk them though. You can get them in Sainsbury's for sure, they might be own brand. Nairns are nice too, nice and oaty...the ginger ones are my favourite, the ones with raisens have far too much cinnemon in. Theyre quite thin but not too bad for dunking because theyre quite dense and hard in texture.

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I just ate chocolate cheese cake for dessert and far too much of it, so dont plan on anything else tonight, apart from cups of tea.

do you dunk them? my mum used to get them all the time when i was a kid, but you have to put about 3 together to dunk them! so many cups of tea ive had turned to sludge because of 'Rich tea' 'Morning Coffee'(eew) and 'Nice' biscuits >.< so now i stick to the bulky guys like chocolate covered Oreos or fig biscuits or Penguins. Actually, there is a delicate biscuit i like, i dont remember the name but theyre covered in peanuts. I dont dunk them though. You can get them in Sainsbury's for sure, they might be own brand. Nairns are nice too, nice and oaty...the ginger ones are my favourite, the ones with raisens have far too much cinnemon in. Theyre quite thin but not too bad for dunking because theyre quite dense and hard in texture.

From what I can tell, you looooveee biscuits :D

and yep I dunk them into tea ! :D and coffee, and milk, and hot chocolate, and I eat them on there own too :D

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Peanut cookies! with tea :D (check pic)

If i was going to be picky i would say there is slightly to much peanut to biscuit ratio, i'd rather have slightly more biscuit than peanut, but that does make them slightly healthier i guess.

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