Fire Swarm by Metro the horse.
Ooh, 5 stars on Amazon, thanks folks.
Well, if you count the reliability it’s worth it.
I read £80 just for the bloomin bread-pan/bucket bit!
Classy. Not cheeky.
I be a classy chick!
Reet classy innit.
She is, she told me before. 😉
Eek, £80 for a bit of it? Don’t think I spend that on bread in 2 years.
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Well, there are the cheese twists, 75p each. Perfect with salami and olives and sundried little toms.
From this page (you have to scroll down to the big box):
Got class coming out of my arse.
Or is that something else?
£80 for a bit, £85 (+6 p&p) for the whole kaboodle.
Ooh, nut dispenser eh? (I am thinking olive dispenser, Emms will know if I’m wrong.)
Class out yer ass?
Sounds about right.
*gone all squeaky*
Then why would you buy the bit?
Class pronounced a bit like arse. I have not gone native.
“They” say you can put dry additions straight into the pan with your bread mix … wet ones in the dispenser.
I put seeds in the tray.
Never tried wet stuff.
oh there must be a *snort* in ther somewhere
Well you wouldn’t would you, 51.
Class & ass pronounced correctly as in …
… well, erm; ass, not arse.
I say correctly … I meant “correctly”
Funny though, what your ears get attuned to. Took me ages to understand a deep-voiced man’s Welsh accent fully, now I can’t do Yorkshire and I was chuffing born there. (Chuffing used on purpose, I think only we do that. 😉 )
Don’t you try to Northern me, chowchops!
Much as I miss Tolworth (yes, I’m mentally ill!), I was born in Durham!
Blooming heck, you learn summat every day, you do not sound Durham at all, husband # 2 was born there, lived everywhere and I think is accentless. You sound a lot more southern.
Anyhoozels, I have accepted that cider at this point would be “not for the best” and shall wend my weary way up the wooden hill to Bedfordshire.
Who knows what the morrow may bring.
Nn Sleeps. I’m right behind you.
I sound southern to folk from the midlands or folk from further north than that. A lot of southerners think I’m a northener.
But when I spend time with someone, I sometimes speak in their accent. Which can be awkward.
I refuse to say certain words in localese in general conversation, it’s a weird way of hanging onto my Surrey and Berkshire times.
sulcy says I sound like somebody Mangan(?)
NN, sleeps and 51.
You don’t sound Yorkie to me, either.
Stephen Mangan, yes, another accentless person (and I think great comic actor) who you know there is something in there (the accent), you just can’t identify what. Nn x
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