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I Got A Right Bargain Today !


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As title says, I got a real good bargain today. Heres what happened -

Drove down to the border, met a guy in a pre-arranged spot in car park :unsure::unsure:

I handed him some bags, which contained 30 Scottish sliced sausages, 12 Scottish pies and 12 Scottish rolls :o :o

He then walked up to my Rav, helped my mother in law out of the back and into his car. He then took her away down south.

The cost ? £36 plus my diesel, now that is a RIGHT bargain. :lol::lol::lol:

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As title says, I got a real good bargain today. Heres what happened -

Drove down to the border, met a guy in a pre-arranged spot in car park :unsure::unsure:

I handed him some bags, which contained 30 Scottish sliced sausages, 12 Scottish pies and 12 Scottish rolls :o :o

He then walked up to my Rav, helped my mother in law out of the back and into his car. He then took her away down south.

The cost ? £36 plus my diesel, now that is a RIGHT bargain. :lol::lol::lol:

Hmmm.

I like Scottish sausage :drool:

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Ha Ha, should have got Davy to bring some to the TOC camping trip Steve :lol::lol:

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Ha Ha, should have got Davy to bring some to the TOC camping trip Steve :lol::lol:

He did.......................we had it for breakfast and supper :thumbsup:

Anyway................back to your story................I am curious :unsure:

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Topic moved to "General"...............................unless Dave M cares to make it more RAV orientated ;) :lol:

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Dear god Flexy, the very thought of it is making me ill :yucky::yucky::yucky: FOR HOU I MEAN OF COURSE :lol::lol:

Ok then the guy was my brother in law who lives in Lancashire. He's got her for a week.

:band::cheers::jester::toot::toast::toast::yahoo::yahoo::yahoo::yahoo::yahoo:

Not that I'm pleased or anything :rolleyes::rolleyes:

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Dear god Flexy, the very thought of it is making me ill :yucky::yucky::yucky: FOR HOU I MEAN OF COURSE :lol::lol:

Ok then the guy was my brother in law who lives in Lancashire. He's got her for a week.

:band::cheers::jester::toot::toast::toast::yahoo::yahoo::yahoo::yahoo::yahoo:

Not that I'm pleased or anything :rolleyes::rolleyes:

So its round to your brother in laws for breakfast then? :drool:

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Dear god Flexy, the very thought of it is making me ill :yucky::yucky::yucky: FOR HOU I MEAN OF COURSE :lol::lol:

Ok then the guy was my brother in law who lives in Lancashire. He's got her for a week.

:band::cheers::jester::toot::toast::toast::yahoo::yahoo::yahoo::yahoo::yahoo:

Not that I'm pleased or anything :rolleyes::rolleyes:

So its round to your brother in laws for breakfast then? :drool:

He has 3 lads who are all builders so best be quick.

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So when are you flitting Dave?... Monday morning?

Don't post your new address here just in case your brother in law reads it ;)

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Now this is a strange thread

What is it with you English and Scottish sausage?

I had a full Scottish this morning, square sausage, round sausage, fruit pudding, black pudding, fried egg with some toast and coffee...hmmmmm kept me going to tea time. Oops I forgot to mention some beans on the side

Yesterday I went to Blackpool to bring my Mother in Law home..!

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Now this is a strange thread

What is it with you English and Scottish sausage?

I had a full Scottish this morning, square sausage, round sausage, fruit pudding, black pudding, fried egg with some toast and coffee...hmmmmm kept me going to tea time. Oops I forgot to mention some beans on the side

Yesterday I went to Blackpool to bring my Mother in Law home..!

Strange indeed............................What is it with you Scotsmen that makes you send your Mother in laws to England :P ;) :lol::lol:

I can buy Scottish Square Sausage in England ......................but it somehow does not taste the same ;)

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Now this is a strange thread

What is it with you English and Scottish sausage?

I had a full Scottish this morning, square sausage, round sausage, fruit pudding, black pudding, fried egg with some toast and coffee...hmmmmm kept me going to tea time. Oops I forgot to mention some beans on the side

Yesterday I went to Blackpool to bring my Mother in Law home..!

My mums Scottish breakfast normally includes a slice of haggis also... whats wrong with you people???!!

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As title says, I got a real good bargain today. Heres what happened -

Drove down to the border, met a guy in a pre-arranged spot in car park :unsure::unsure:

I handed him some bags, which contained 30 Scottish sliced sausages, 12 Scottish pies and 12 Scottish rolls :o :o

He then walked up to my Rav, helped my mother in law out of the back and into his car. He then took her away down south.

The cost ? £36 plus my diesel, now that is a RIGHT bargain. :lol::lol::lol:

Sounds great Dave, doesnt want a BOGOF deal does he, cos i could meat him on Knutsford services, with my wife, :thumbsup:
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So when are you flitting Dave?... Monday morning?

Don't post your new address here just in case your brother in law reads it ;)

I should be so lucky mate :lol:

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Now this is a strange thread

What is it with you English and Scottish sausage?

I had a full Scottish this morning, square sausage, round sausage, fruit pudding, black pudding, fried egg with some toast and coffee...hmmmmm kept me going to tea time. Oops I forgot to mention some beans on the side

Yesterday I went to Blackpool to bring my Mother in Law home..!

My mums Scottish breakfast normally includes a slice of haggis also... whats wrong with you people???!!

And its missing tattie scones! :D

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Is it me or do Flexys images look like they are from some random 70's jazz mag?

No offence BTW.

Rustler ? :lol:

Now this is a strange thread

What is it with you English and Scottish sausage?

I had a full Scottish this morning, square sausage, round sausage, fruit pudding, black pudding, fried egg with some toast and coffee...hmmmmm kept me going to tea time. Oops I forgot to mention some beans on the side

Yesterday I went to Blackpool to bring my Mother in Law home..!

Strange indeed............................What is it with you Scotsmen that makes you send your Mother in laws to England :P ;) :lol::lol:

I can buy Scottish Square Sausage in England ......................but it somehow does not taste the same ;)

Steve, why should we keep all that misery to ourselves ?

Re the sausage or haggis thing, it seems to be an exiled scotsman thing. Allways wanting sausages and pies when someone

is going down south. But here is a strange one, when visiting brother in law's recently I was in their local chippy. Having a

look at the menu, I noticed it had HAGGIS but no black pudding ?????????? In Lancashire :o

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Your right there are some scottish bits missing, but to have all that breakfast and then tattie scons and haggis would probably bee too much for even me. I am trying to lose wait for my charity cycle run in September, so modestly cutting down........ha

Dave.m do you mean Lancashire or Lanarkshire?

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As many know, I'm partial to a pie myself (stop the chanting of who ate all the pies.........right now) :lol:

Those mutton pies in Bonny Scotland go down a treat, I think it's all the lard helps them slip down :drool:

Kingo :thumbsup:

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I don't get this thread at all, has your mother-in-law moved down south? :dontgetit:

Exported darn sarfff in exchange for pies........apparantly

Kingo :thumbsup:

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but just for a week :(

Last Sausage in Scotland I had that I can remember was a "Bender" in the Glasgow Wimpy - absolutely disgusting it was - full of sugar :eek:

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Your right there are some scottish bits missing, but to have all that breakfast and then tattie scons and haggis would probably bee too much for even me. I am trying to lose wait for my charity cycle run in September, so modestly cutting down........ha

Dave.m do you mean Lancashire or Lanarkshire?

Lancashire, where I think they invented black pudding.

I don't get this thread at all, has your mother-in-law moved down south? :dontgetit:

Kev, you wont appreciate this thread unless you are married and have a mother in law. :thumbsup:

but just for a week :(

Last Sausage in Scotland I had that I can remember was a "Bender" in the Glasgow Wimpy - absolutely disgusting it was - full of sugar :eek:

Dont know that one mate but sounds like it wouldn't be out of place in a wimpey :lol:

PS tattie scones are an essential for a full scottish breakfast :thumbsup:

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