Occasionaly in a pinch, if you are camping and ran out of REAL food perhaps. . .
For Christmas '99 my mother sent me a Y2K survival kit, in case the lights went out, heat turned off, world came to an end, etc.: a can of SPAM and a box of Twinkies. I have since eaten the Twinkies. Havn't touched the SPAM.
Piscis Babelis est parvus, flavus, et hiridicus, et est probabiliter insolitissima raritas in toto mundo.
"Creative British cooks devised the recipe for SPAM Fritters to spice up family meals during rationing, helping many to beat the wartime blues." Imagine how bleak the food must have been if that was considered spicing it up!
I havent had spam fritters since I was a kid... Ugh! :sicksmiley-if-there-was-one: Still you can get spam fritters and other such delicacy's such as cheese n' chips and deep fried Mars Bars at your local Fish n Chip shop (or just Chippie). Next week, a flame war ensues in MD when an argument breaks out over whats better on a Fish Supper: Salt and Vinegar or Salt and Sauce?
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Joined: Dec 08, 2001
Im waiting for his Menardness to walk in and proclaim: "Chips?!?! Why cant you stupid *�"�%"^& tree hugging liberal limeys call them Freedom Fries like the rest of the world". At which point we gang up and give him a wedgie Only joking Jason
Joined: Jan 30, 2002
"Chips?!?! Why cant you stupid *�"�%"^& tree hugging liberal limeys call them Freedom Fries like the rest of the world".
Seems to me calling them Chips puts the Brits ahead of the curve.
Joined: Jan 28, 2003
Originally posted by Mark Fletcher:
Do you get Deep Fried Pizza down South? Ah, Deep Fried Pizza; you have to add Salt n Sauce to give it some flavour!
Fried pizza? Are you serious?!! I can feel the bile rising Down south we have deep fried baked Alaskas because we're posh.