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Old 18th January 2011, 11:44
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Talking about borrowing in the kitchen, can I borrow a cup of sugar ?
oh do you know thats one step away form "coming in for a coffee"....and we all know where that leads
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oh do you know thats one step away form "coming in for a coffee"....and we all know where that leads
Does it involve liberal use of lard and a pillow to bite on ?
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Does it involve liberal use of lard
only if your lucky
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Lard's full of cholesterol /unsaturated fat, better using peanut, olive, sunflower or canola oil
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Lard's full of cholesterol /unsaturated fat, better using peanut, olive, sunflower or canola oil

lol...i see your well experienced in such matters of the eh...s ole

hope its not the lumpy peanut butter
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lol...i see your well experienced in such matters of the eh...s ole

hope its not the lumpy peanut butter
Lol that reminds me - you remember Topic candy bars in the UK ? The TV ad "What's got a hazelnut in every bite ? TOPIC !!"

The joke version "What's got a hazelnut in every bite ? A SQUIRREL'S SH*TE !!"
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ye i remember the joke too....ah those where the days lol
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