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    All evening I have been salivating considering what it would be like to own
    a six-pack of these. Surely Mary Harney should be concerned about this
    type of preoccupation/addiction, and seek to control it? If I got some, I'd cooly walk
    in home and pretend nothing in front of the neighbours. Maybe I would dose out on 3 of
    them this evening leaving several there again for early 16/07/10. I could sell them/redistribute
    them to teenagers that live in my estate/society at large. The posibilities/consequences are endless really.

    Have you a liking for a certain cake or sweet food? Maybe you buy a Crunchie in your lunch break and get real
    satisfaction eating it before going into work again? It could be a Twix/Maltesers you keep in the glovebox of your car.
    What I'm saying is owning up to it tonight on E-I is the first step-were all adults here!

    Another thing I was wondering is how did they get the name Bakewell tart?
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    There is a small town in the Peak District in the UK where they were invented - oddly enough its called Bakewell!!

    Best Bakewell tart in Ireland is to be had from the garden centre cafe in Camolin on the N11 in Wexford

    Im sure Benin will be along with a picture of a cat with a Bakewell tart....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Monkeynut View Post
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    Im sure Benin will be along with a picture of a cat with a Bakewell tart....


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    FFS, tarts are good.
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    Went out for a spin around-ended up scoring in a convenience store.
    Mr Kiplings (the real deal-but €3.80 ffs!)

    Anyhow after munching on one with some dance music in the background
    two young ones (20ish) were stood near the car, smiling in at me.
    I just felt all lovey dovey (life is short) I wound down the window
    and handed them out-they took them-but one of them was a bit serious lookin'
    anyhow-tommorow is another day (hopefully)...
    Last edited by warmcome; 17-07-10 at 00:32.

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    Quote Originally Posted by warmcome View Post
    Went out for a spin around-ended up scoring in a convenience store.
    Mr Kiplings (the real deal-but €3.80 ffs!)

    Anyhow after munching on one with some dance music in the background
    two young ones (20ish) were stood near the car, smiling in at me.
    I just felt all lovey dovey (life is short) I wound down the window
    and handed them out-they took them-but one of them was a bit serious lookin'
    anyhow-tommorow is another day (hopefully)...
    coffee cake try it lads simply the best!..

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    Quote Originally Posted by warmcome View Post
    Went out for a spin around-ended up scoring in a convenience store.
    Mr Kiplings (the real deal-but €3.80 ffs!)

    Anyhow after munching on one with some dance music in the background
    two young ones (20ish) were stood near the car, smiling in at me.
    I just felt all lovey dovey (life is short) I wound down the window
    and handed them out-they took them-but one of them was a bit serious lookin'
    anyhow-tommorow is another day (hopefully)...
    But they were exceddingly good?


    Dont go clubbing without kiplings
    Last edited by ber; 17-07-10 at 18:31.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ber View Post
    But they were exceddingly good?


    Dont go clubbing without kiplings
    LOL

    The girl "want a cigerette?"

    The guy "want a kipling?"

    A whatttt?
    Westside.
    Last edited by Westsidex; 17-07-10 at 18:42.

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    MMMMMMMM cakes Love Mr kiplings.

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