Very funny: James May making a sandwich.

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  1. Blazer

    Blazer Doctor of Teleocity Ad Free Member

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    You can always trust ol' captain slow to point out the Big Picture within the Big Picture.
     
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  2. Endless Mike

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    Sure would help if he used a lapel mike or something similar.
     
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    he has a few made recently...open mails...gives stuff away he has laying about the drive tribe office to people with a good reason...james may is very entertaining
     
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    well that's ten minutes I'll never get back

    perhaps this is an acquired taste?
     
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    The Sandwich or James May?

    CP.
     
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  6. Deeve

    Deeve Friend of Leo's

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    I see what you did there. Let me think on this.

    Peace - Deeve
     
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    You mean they upgraded the food in the U.K. since 1970? I'm a bit skeptical. Just sayin'

    Ducking.;)
     
  8. Dacious

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    Tripe and butty sandwich?
     
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    If he would have just put some bacon on there.........
     
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    Nah, you don't get it, that wasn't INVENTED yet in the seventies! :)
     
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    Count Friend of Leo's

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    Bacon butties along with chip butties were a UK staple all my life and that started in the late 40s. That salad sanwich though bought back memories of tasteless bread plus salad cream and tomato juice dripping dowmn my shirt front.
     
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    I’m skeptical that the U.K. Or anything else for that matter has been upgraded since the 70’s... I was there.
     
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    We got garlic, hummus and kebabs some time in the late 70's.

    Apart from that, everything is still strangely brown.

    We eat a lot of Indian food. It's the only thing that tastes of anything. Still brown though. Or orange, like the amps.

    Our culinary gift to the world is the Full English Breakfast, which is sublime.
    And it does not contain any kind of potato product.
    Or pancake, which we only eat on one day of the year.
    Pancake day, obviously.

    I can see this place is going to be most entertaining.
     
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