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    Default is it an irish thing

    Or am I becoming my mammy

    A person I haven't seen a lng time calling over later

    And there nothing in the house, like not even a biscuit for the tea,


    I feel the need to bake something or have something


    Reminds me of the epic cleaning before the visitors
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    Quote Originally Posted by annabel taylor View Post
    Or am I becoming my mammy

    A person I haven't seen a lng time calling over later

    And there nothing in the house, like not even a biscuit for the tea,


    I feel the need to bake something or have something


    Reminds me of the epic cleaning before the visitors

    That scene you paint sounds very familiar, just rush out and buy the finest, most expensive biscuits you can get or a Swiss roll or one of those triangle cakes covered with chocolate and you'll be ok.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dob View Post
    That scene you paint sounds very familiar, just rush out and buy the finest, most expensive biscuits you can get or a Swiss roll or one of those triangle cakes covered with chocolate and you'll be ok.
    I thought she said they were visiting tonight ,not October 1982

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    Quote Originally Posted by xagerate View Post
    I thought she said they were visiting tonight ,not October 1982
    Not a gateaux one, obviously

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    Cool

    putting the best side out, hide meanness, poverty etc..."what ya havin'?"
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    What time are they calling over at, have u time to bake a cake. Wouldnt u be quicker to go out and buy a pack of biscuits.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dob View Post
    Not a gateaux one, obviously
    Well try be more specific then
    I had you pidgeon holed as some hipster dufus

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    Plenty of firms out there who will deliver,,,Chinese , Indian, Domino's, or indeed the local chipper.

    And then there's Tesco as well

    They could ring the bell at a climatic moment, which is, of course, a downside.

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    Don't forget to clean the toilet!!!

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