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fartcatcher

Horseburgers

I ate one and it gave me the trots
Grind

I was going to take a gallop pole until I checked the spelling.
Forest

Me too, it gave me night Mares.
sheeps

Neighver had one.
Grind

I thought I had a slight cough, but it was actually a shetland pony.

* A Grind original as used extensively at petting zoos at state fairs every summer.  
Grind

I'll explain it later.
fartcatcher

talk about flogging a dead horse
Grind

fartcatcher wrote:
talk about flogging a dead horse


Stop that, or we'll get Frenchie Googlebots.
Forest

The wife asked if I would eat one I said would I Equus like.
sheeps

sheeps

It's usually a mane course dish in French Restaurants.
Grind

sheeps wrote:
It's usually a mane course dish in French Restaurants.


Horse d'oeuvres?
Plastic Man

Grind wrote:
petting zoos at state fairs every summer


Talk about the land of the free.

You have state fairs with zoos that actually encourage petting, whereas petting isn't even allowed in swimming pools over here.
Grind

Plastic Man wrote:
Grind wrote:
petting zoos at state fairs every summer


Talk about the land of the free.

You have state fairs with zoos that actually encourage petting, whereas petting isn't even allowed in swimming pools over here.


Some of the pigs are a bit lardy too.  
fartcatcher

Bit of a night-mare for Tescos. I bet they feel a bit foalish.
Sir Bulldog Craggwood

calling the Tesco helpline as I have equestrian for them
Grind

Thoroughbred sandwiches will be the new fast food at Tesco's Express.
smiling badger

Think Warnock must have the whole Leeds team on a diet of Horse Burgers with all of the hoof ball that they seem to be playing.
Grind

smiling badger wrote:
Think Warnock must have the whole Leeds team on a diet of Horse Burgers with all of the hoof ball that they seem to be playing.


Shite horses?  
smiling badger

Grind wrote:
smiling badger wrote:
Think Warnock must have the whole Leeds team on a diet of Horse Burgers with all of the hoof ball that they seem to be playing.


Shite horses?  


Donkeys..
Grind

Stolen from elsewhere:-

Horse burgers are low in fat, but high in Shergar.
fartcatcher

There's probably a lot worse stuff than horse in a Ginster's pastie.
carp

Re: Horseburgers

fartcatcher wrote:
I ate one and it gave me the trots

Made your ass sore?
fartcatcher

Re: Horseburgers

carp wrote:
fartcatcher wrote:
I ate one and it gave me the trots

Made your ass sore?


my condition is stable now.
fartcatcher

So

You kill a horse, cut it up into bits. Then you cover it with clingfilm, stick a label saying 'beef' onto it and sell it to a supermarket. Simple.
Plastic Man

fartcatcher wrote:
So

You kill a horse, cut it up into bits. Then you cover it with clingfilm, stick a label saying 'beef' onto it and sell it to a supermarket. Simple.


This is not just any food... this is totally knackered food supply chain food...
Grind

Potential glue tin?

* Warns Bearing. *
fartcatcher

Tesco have announced a new range of burgers in cheese sauce. Mascarpone.

 
Sir Bulldog Craggwood

although we brits have a long tradition of laughing off danger this is a scandal
.....
much of this horse flesh was full of deadly drugs and not fit for human consumption

indeed its arguable some of it wasnt fit to feed household pets

this Bute stuff is cancer causing isnt it?
Grind

I think pretty much everything causes cancer if you have enough of it.
Grind

Too much dogging: carcinogenic.  
fartcatcher

apparently they've found uniquorn in vegeburgers
Grind

fartcatcher wrote:
apparently they've found uniquorn in vegeburgers


Heh, heh.
Late Doors

Sir Bulldog Craggwood wrote:
although we brits have a long tradition of laughing off danger this is a scandal
.....
much of this horse flesh was full of deadly drugs and not fit for human consumption

indeed its arguable some of it wasnt fit to feed household pets

this Bute stuff is cancer causing isnt it?


Apparently poor lazy jobless people who buy cheap food deserve it according to some.
bearing

Grind wrote:
I think pretty much everything causes cancer if you have enough of it.


Even breathing will get you in the end.
Forest

Late Doors wrote:
Sir Bulldog Craggwood wrote:
although we brits have a long tradition of laughing off danger this is a scandal
.....
much of this horse flesh was full of deadly drugs and not fit for human consumption

indeed its arguable some of it wasnt fit to feed household pets

this Bute stuff is cancer causing isnt it?


Apparently poor lazy jobless people who buy cheap food deserve it according to some.


Giles Coren? Complete bellend.
sheeps

Now affecting the animal porn business, seems the ladies are refusing to put horse meat in their mouth.

True fact.
Grind

That won't last furlong.
Late Doors

The very Same Foz, christ knows why he is given so much air and column space. I quite like the way he reinforces the posh prick stereotype though. Its kinda reassuring.
Plastic Man

Late Doors wrote:
The very Same Foz, christ knows why he is given so much air and column space. I quite like the way he reinforces the posh prick stereotype though. Its kinda reassuring.


How dare you!

Oh, you mean Giles Coren...
bearing

Late Doors wrote:
The very Same Foz, christ knows why he is given so much air and column space. I quite like the way he reinforces the posh prick stereotype though. Its kinda reassuring.


His point may be based on some truths but instead of beating down on those folk why not try to do something constructive with his position.  Very lazy journalism really, picking on the little people.

Seasonality in our food would make a huge benefit, food would be cheaper and a lot more tasty.  Has anyone actually in the UK bought and enjoyed strawberries in December?
fartcatcher

can't they use all these surplus dead horses to make hospital/school food more nutritious?
wotsfortea

bearing wrote:
Late Doors wrote:
The very Same Foz, christ knows why he is given so much air and column space. I quite like the way he reinforces the posh prick stereotype though. Its kinda reassuring.


His point may be based on some truths but instead of beating down on those folk why not try to do something constructive with his position.  Very lazy journalism really, picking on the little people.

Seasonality in our food would make a huge benefit, food would be cheaper and a lot more tasty.  Has anyone actually in the UK bought and enjoyed strawberries in December?


The only Strawberries you can buy in December are Spanish, we don't have any bees to pollinate British ones.
bearing

wotsfortea wrote:
bearing wrote:
Late Doors wrote:
The very Same Foz, christ knows why he is given so much air and column space. I quite like the way he reinforces the posh prick stereotype though. Its kinda reassuring.


His point may be based on some truths but instead of beating down on those folk why not try to do something constructive with his position.  Very lazy journalism really, picking on the little people.

Seasonality in our food would make a huge benefit, food would be cheaper and a lot more tasty.  Has anyone actually in the UK bought and enjoyed strawberries in December?


The only Strawberries you can buy in December are Spanish, we don't have any bees to pollinate British ones.


That was my point, if we eat seasonally then we don't get food that is imported from thousands of miles away, that has been treated to keep it un-naturally fresh for longer periods and lack the flavour of fresh stuff.  If we eat locally sourced and seasonal foods then we get fresher and cheaper food.
Grind

bearing wrote:
wotsfortea wrote:
bearing wrote:
Late Doors wrote:
The very Same Foz, christ knows why he is given so much air and column space. I quite like the way he reinforces the posh prick stereotype though. Its kinda reassuring.


His point may be based on some truths but instead of beating down on those folk why not try to do something constructive with his position.  Very lazy journalism really, picking on the little people.

Seasonality in our food would make a huge benefit, food would be cheaper and a lot more tasty.  Has anyone actually in the UK bought and enjoyed strawberries in December?


The only Strawberries you can buy in December are Spanish, we don't have any bees to pollinate British ones.


That was my point, if we eat seasonally then we don't get food that is imported from thousands of miles away, that has been treated to keep it un-naturally fresh for longer periods and lack the flavour of fresh stuff.  If we eat locally sourced and seasonal foods then we get fresher and cheaper food.


I wouldn't get to eat for about five months.  
fartcatcher

bananas are shipped in ethylene gas to stop them from ripening*.

That's why they go off so quickly once they're in the shops.

* only thing i remember from A level chemistry
Plastic Man

fartcatcher wrote:
bananas are shipped in ethylene gas to stop them from ripening*.

That's why they go off so quickly once they're in the shops.

* only thing i remember from A level chemistry


That is incorrect.

Bananas are picked and shipped unripe and ethylene gas is applied during transit to ripen them.
Grind

Plastic Man wrote:
fartcatcher wrote:
bananas are shipped in ethylene gas to stop them from ripening*.

That's why they go off so quickly once they're in the shops.

* only thing i remember from A level chemistry


That is incorrect.

Bananas are picked and shipped unripe and ethylene gas is applied during transit to ripen them.


* Wonders what grade FC achieved in 'A' level chemistry. *

** 84, 14, 5, 71-90, 39    89-6, 7   9? **
fartcatcher

Grind wrote:
Plastic Man wrote:
fartcatcher wrote:
bananas are shipped in ethylene gas to stop them from ripening*.

That's why they go off so quickly once they're in the shops.

* only thing i remember from A level chemistry


That is incorrect.

Bananas are picked and shipped unripe and ethylene gas is applied during transit to ripen them.


* Wonders what grade FC achieved in 'A' level chemistry. *

** 84, 14, 5, 71-90, 39    89-6, 7   9? **


i passed and that's all you need to know  
fartcatcher

I note with interest that Tesco have put the prices of nearly all their pork, lamb and fish products up this week. By about 10% in some cases.

Coincidence?
Forest

fartcatcher wrote:
I note with interest that Tesco have put the prices of nearly all their pork, lamb and fish products up this week. By about 10% in some cases.

Coincidence?


I'm surprised it took them so long.

I'd become a vegetarian if it didn't taste so bloody nice.
fartcatcher

IKEA meatballs.

Fuck knows what goes into their furniture.

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