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PostPosted: Tue May 03, 2016 7:25 pm 
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jape wrote:
soaking up the cold tea spilt in the saucer, yum


You is right posh then........ cup and saucer ???

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My favorite was a Banana and Golden syrup, when I was working we tried to get to a sandwich shop that did a breakfast sandwich, ie Bacon, sausage, egg, tomatoes, mushroom and black pud, in a large teacake, nightmare to eat, but kept you going for a while. Nos


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wine~o wrote:
jape wrote:
soaking up the cold tea spilt in the saucer, yum


You is right posh then........ cup and saucer ???


nah, gramps got the cup to dip his bread'n in, i got the saucer and his left over crust (unless he had his teeth in when I got nowt)!


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I'm definitely gone use the word "piece" from now on. I think the last time it was said in Stoke was circa 1976


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