I think he's maybe, just a wee little drunkWildCowboy said:Did you happen to have an alcoholic beverage or two with those fish and chips?
OutThere said:gues what i had fr dinnr/
why re they sooooooo goodd????
At least he has an excuse. While sober, I quite regularly try to close [quote] with [/url] and vice-versa.max_altitude said:(if you are coherent enough to read this, add a g to the image tag )
That's because you're too far south. You need to come up north, to Ye Olde Fish & Chips in Woonsocket, RI. Only open Thurs-Fri.CorvusCamenarum said:We had fish (smoked salmon), but no chips. I miss real fish and chips; it just seems no one stateside can really do it right.
CorvusCamenarum said:We had fish (smoked salmon), but no chips. I miss real fish and chips; it just seems no one stateside can really do it right.
It's funny how the worst fish and chips I had was when I lived in England. The best I ever had was in London as well.gwuMACaddict said:Had the best Fish&Chips in New Zealand... forget the name of the town, but near Sandspit, about an hour north of Auckland on the East side of the island... Yummmmmmm
Second best, takeaway in London's West End, sorta near that coffee shop that doubles as a sextoy shop.
You see? I've said it before... always freshly-cooked on the spot. Best greasies in the world. English (well London) fish and chips pale by comparison... not that I'm biased or anything.gwuMACaddict said:Had the best Fish&Chips in New Zealand...
18? That's late. 18 is the legal age here, most of us start at the dinner table around 14.EricNau said:18 ...and drunk?
They sure do start early these days.