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Old 24-08-11, 02:33 AM   #1
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Talking Pease pudding!

hi folks,

heres one that might make ya laugh.

i was at work a couple weeks back now and on bbc3 there was a program called "geordie finishing school". basically these rich lasses came up from london and their mega rich lifestyles to learn what it is like to live in newcastle on the dole. yeah they got a shock to say the least and the program did wind me up as it was bigging out some estate in walker is really bad and its not etc etc.

anyways back at the house they had some pease pudding, they asked "what do we do? do we boil it? fry it? bake it???" they had no idea, to this point i was raging at how stupid they were and shouted at the tv "you put it on a effing ham sandwich you stupid git!" to where my supervisor replies "you northern folk are wierd!" this did make me laugh as he is from leeds and had never heard of pease pudding at all!

is it just me or what?

and another one, trem/jazz/any other member from the north east dont answer this...what is a parmo? (just seeing how popular they are)



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Old 24-08-11, 05:46 PM   #2
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Never heard of pease pudding or parmo...... definitely a southerner
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i suppose your like WTF if i ask for chips and gravy



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Not quite that far south

Originally midlands.... so still quite partial to the old chips and gravy
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haha nice one, i can remember i went to central london when i was at RAF halton and asked for a chip butty with some gravy and i got a look like i need to be locked up



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Ever try "Black Pudding" made from pig`s blood , absolutely fantastic yum yum

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Ever try "Black Pudding" made from pig`s blood , absolutely fantastic yum yum

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Ever try "Black Pudding" made from pig`s blood , absolutely fantastic yum yum

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its a MUST on a full cooked breakfast, have you had white pudding??.Have no idea what its made from but i didnt like it
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its a MUST on a full cooked breakfast, have you had white pudding??.Have no idea what its made from but i didnt like it
That`s made from Albino pig`s blood Don`t like white pudding myself
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