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This could've gone in many threads but this it where it lives.  

Believe in batter.

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5 hours ago, TheToeSucker said:

an hour. An Hour to get there, collect, and then an hour to get back. 

On the estate I used to work on, there was a woman called Mignon Herring who used to get pies from Greggs for her dinner, and to keep them warm on the way home, she placed one under each of her enormous, naan bread shaped breasts.  Do you have a similar form of transportation?

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4 hours ago, wordsfromlee said:

Battered chips, basically. Black Country delicacy. 

indeed, round these parts, battered chips are a common thing, and delightful! Does anyone else ever ask for "batter bits" at the chippy? ive fond memories of asking for them as a kid 

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59 minutes ago, Ralphy said:

indeed, round these parts, battered chips are a common thing, and delightful! Does anyone else ever ask for "batter bits" at the chippy? ive fond memories of asking for them as a kid 

Bag of scraps. 

Those jojo things are a delight round your way. Had some years ago when I was visiting a friend down there. 

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On 8/20/2019 at 1:33 AM, Thunderplex said:

On the estate I used to work on, there was a woman called Mignon Herring who used to get pies from Greggs for her dinner, and to keep them warm on the way home, she placed one under each of her enormous, naan bread shaped breasts.  Do you have a similar form of transportation?

Yes. My tits are giant and they can hold chip suppers.

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Honestly, the happiest I've ever seen my Dad was when he walked through the door with two bags of chippy tea for all the family, grinning from ear to ear, because after more than a decade of living in Jersey, he'd finally found a chippy that did scraps.

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22 minutes ago, BomberPat said:

Honestly, the happiest I've ever seen my Dad was when he walked through the door with two bags of chippy tea for all the family, grinning from ear to ear, because after more than a decade of living in Jersey, he'd finally found a chippy that did scraps.

You lot would have a shit fit down south. All the scraps are just thrown in the bin. No selling of scraps past the Watford gap

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I’m boycotting my chippy as I got a small chips and saveloy with a can of Coke last night and got home to discover a Coca Cola LIGHT which is practically Diet Coke.

Ironically I watched The Serenity Now episode of Seinfeld whilst watching it, but even screaming “serenity now” couldn’t alter my foul mood. Was fuming. 

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