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Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Gilly and Jess, Apr 1, 2011.


  1. Gilly and Jess

    Gilly and Jess PetForums Senior

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    :) anybody got a good one near them?

    We have one in Newton Aycliffe called Krums and I swear it's the ONLY joint in town where you get a sandwich so big you need scaffolding and a knife and fork to eat it!

    I've got brown sub, with prawn mayo, lettuce, cucumber, beetroot, sweetcorn, coleslaw, grated carrot and cheese.................£2.30.


    Was gonna go to macdonalds but I'm sooooooooooo glad I didn't.....:D :D
     
  2. Eroswoof

    Eroswoof Guest

    Ooo maybe it's a North East thing :eek:

    I love bagel of the north in Newcastle town center. Nom

    Em
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  3. Gilly and Jess

    Gilly and Jess PetForums Senior

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    Never been there, have to put it on me list of places to make a mess in! :D


    Jeez, it took me a half hour to eat it all and I need a bath now!! :eek: :tongue_smilie:
     
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    Best place near here is the butchers. :eek: They have a deli (sort of) part, where they cook their own meats and serve them on bagettes. Mornings is bacon and sausage, dinnertimes, depends what they're cooking, always at least two meats, usually beef, pork or chicken/turkey, with the stuffings, sauces, and theres usually a big pot of curry on the go too. :D
     
  5. Eroswoof

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    I love random places like that :D

    Bagel of the north is brilliant though because I'm veggie and it means I actually get a choice instead of egg all the dam time :lol:


    Em
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  6. Gilly and Jess

    Gilly and Jess PetForums Senior

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    Luuuuuuuuushdy!! Sounds like the one in darlington market. I've no idea what's in it, sausage I think, some kind of meaty soggy sludge, with onions and gravy and stuff.....heaps of pepper.......I sat on the monument in darlington eating it, had to do it standing up and bending over or it'd have been all ower me clothes! :tongue_smilie:
     
  7. Eroswoof

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    I've NEVER in my life seen as many Greggs as up here :lol:

    Shields road has FOUR! And it's not even a big road :lol:

    Em
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    Gilly and Jess PetForums Senior

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    Just mekin' sure everyone gets chance to smash a pastie, :lol:


    Used to like their pasties too, much rather have a sarnie now, more filling. Equally as messy mind ya, flippin' pastry's nightmare on them things! :eek:
     
  9. Eroswoof

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    There's even one by the departure gate at the airport :lol: Just in case you can't go 2 weeks without one. Don't know if they're duty free mind.

    Yeah I'm much more pro a sandwich and if it's messy then it's a winner :thumbup:

    Em
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    bigdaddy PetForums VIP

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    there lots of diffrent places that do sandwhichs round here the home made ones are normaly the best
     
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    Gilly and Jess PetForums Senior

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    Is there indeed?! I hope it's open tomorrow then when I go pick my sister up from there, lol.

    I think I'm gonna invest in one of these for me next sarnie from Krums....
     

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  12. Eroswoof

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    But I never know what I'll want :eek: I need choice :eek: :lol:

    Em
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    ps tis nice to see you back :D
     
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    bigdaddy PetForums VIP

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    you wont eat the sandwhichs i have full of meat :tongue_smilie:
     
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    None really in Airdrie Id recommend but there are a few in Parkhead/Duke Street/The Barras you get a meal the size of your head for cheap and are luvly!
    I got me and Shorty a tuna mayo sandwhich each from one in Parkhead the other day and it had so much filling (want one now!). It took Shorty 5 minutes to eat hers, that's how big it was lol!

    Much better than the fast food joints :thumbup:
     
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  15. Eroswoof

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    I'd just suck the bread then :( :lol:

    NO! You're not allowed one of those :lol: No one is :lol:

    :lol: nuff said :thumbup:

    One of the only things I'm ever tempted by is tuna actually, I can't imagine what it tastes like at all :lol:

    Em
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    bigdaddy PetForums VIP

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    sucking bread:lol:
     
  17. Eroswoof

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    I don't know why I assume sucking it would make it more vegetarian :lol:

    xxxx
     
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    bigdaddy PetForums VIP

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    your only wanting to suck it to get the taste of the meat :lol:
     
  19. Eroswoof

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    I can see this thread going downhill you know :rolleyes: :lol:

    xxxx
     
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    Same here but its entertaining none the less.

    :blink:
     
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