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Discussion in 'Transfer forum' started by Mezrah, 1 Jun 2018.
In India, I have seen many people having tea without any milk at all. I personally hate that.
I remember how confused my 14 yo-self was when my English hosting family in the summer called me in the dining room for tea at 5.30 - 6 pm and I found dinner on the table. I heard that Brits often had a cup of tea at 5 pm so I just assumed that was what it was.
Also eating dinner so early took a bit of time to get used to.
What exactly is chips and gravy and barm?
You not heard...its off
My great-aunt makes the best tea when we go visit her, and it's just with lemon and sugar. When I drink it on my own, I often just put some sugar in it.
gravy was too lumpy, pep went fucking mad,he threw his puddin against the wall steak and kidney everywhere,all over the new contract,it has to get rewritten, so it will be tomorrow now
Yup. Lemon tea is something which i like with sugar and black peppers.
Second this, but only for barm. Seen it mentioned a lot on here and I have no idea what it is.
Chips with mayonnaise and black pepper, in a soft white batch, is quite extraordinary.