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    Default whats for tea?

    2 battered sausages & curry chip for me
    plenty salt & vinegar
    tomato sauce
    a party size moro
    cup of tea

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    A muff sandwich for me, and maybe a smoke afterwards, ah who am I kidding , definatly a smoke aftewards
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    2 nice fillets of Lemon sole with chips and garden

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elle of Edinburgh View Post
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    LMAO........... nice one Elle.........
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    Quote Originally Posted by luther View Post
    LMAO........... nice one Elle.........
    Go on Luther give your answer don't be shy I encourage u

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    Quote Originally Posted by experienced punter View Post
    Go on Luther give your answer don't be shy I encourage u
    Guess you's guys want a dinner invite sometime huh

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    Quote Originally Posted by experienced punter View Post
    Go on Luther give your answer don't be shy I encourage u
    Ah go on EP........ I'm sure you know what she meant...............

    As for my tea..... I'm not feeling to hungry at the moment but I'm sure Nicegirls is going to come along and suggest something healthy..............
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    Quote Originally Posted by luther View Post
    Ah go on EP........ I'm sure you know what she meant...............

    As for my tea..... I'm not feeling to hungry at the moment but I'm sure Nicegirls is going to come along and suggest something healthy..............
    jeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeez

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    I don't eat healthily all the time... just certain times of the year, especially in the good weather it seems to be easier to keep it up. I'm trying to make it more and more all year around though.

    Blueberries are one of the foods with the highest ORAC (antioxidant capacity) values and good for all kinds of things.... it's only this year they're prominent in shops in Ireland though. They're delicious and cheap as well, so you should keep an eye out for them.

    I'm having black coffee now, it's not so bad because it's something that comes from the earth just like tea, and has a lot of benefits and antioxidants in it. I used to take it with milk... but milk can have hormones and stuff in it...

    Apart from fruits, salads are the easiest thing to pick up and eat and they're prewashed. My favourite are the Italian ones, they're cheap as well.

    I try not to eat much meat except from eggs and fish. They're the best sources of animal protein. Sometimes I'll have chicken or turkey, the closest thing I get to red meat is sausages which I used to eat quite an amount of...

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    Quote Originally Posted by nicegirlsarenice View Post
    I don't eat healthily all the time... just certain times of the year, especially in the good weather it seems to be easier to keep it up. I'm trying to make it more and more all year around though.

    Blueberries are one of the foods with the highest ORAC (antioxidant capacity) values and good for all kinds of things.... it's only this year they're prominent in shops in Ireland though. They're delicious and cheap as well, so you should keep an eye out for them.

    I'm having black coffee now, it's not so bad because it's something that comes from the earth just like tea, and has a lot of benefits and antioxidants in it. I used to take it with milk... but milk can have hormones and stuff in it...

    Apart from fruits, salads are the easiest thing to pick up and eat and they're prewashed. My favourite are the Italian ones, they're cheap as well.

    I try not to eat much meat except from eggs and fish. They're the best sources of animal protein. Sometimes I'll have chicken or turkey, the closest thing I get to red meat is sausages which I used to eat quite an amount of...
    nice answer nicegirls at least u made an effort unlke others

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