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Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by OutThere, Jul 5, 2006.
guess what I had for dinner?
they're so damn good...
Did you happen to have an alcoholic beverage or two with those fish and chips?
I think he's maybe, just a wee little drunk
haha, drink a lot of water tonight to help with that hangover.
I want to quote just in case he sobers up and edits the OP
They look great!
(if you are coherent enough to read this, add a g to the image tag )
I also second the water drinking advice. It might help with the head tomorrow if you're lucky.
Yup he's drunk...drink one for me too pal
As I sit here eating some odd combination or rice, chicken, and peppers that sounds unbelivably delicious.
Ah well. Soon those chips and fish will be mine! ALL MINE!
Fish and Chips are a delicious meal OutThere.
I wish I had fish and chips for dinner. I had a blah dinner tonight.
Sunday night I had fried soft shelled crabs, and wow were they amazing!
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.
At least he has an excuse. While sober, I quite regularly try to close [quote] with [/url] and vice-versa.
Anyways, yes, fish and chips are awesome, and a staple of the New England diet (especially during Lent).
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.
Last time that I had fish and chips was at college when we were celebrating St. George's Day- it was delicious!
Looks like beer-battered fish and chips. Something was battered with beer, at least.
You have to love them, even though they're not very popular around Orlando. They were more popular in the U.S.A. in the 1970s with shops popping up everywhere.
18 ...and drunk?
They sure do start early these days.
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.
I think OutThere posted then passed out!
Yes, something was definitely battered with beer.
I think that you are right njmac!
Aww, theres nothing wrong with a bit of glug glug as long as there is no driving/uprotected sex/alcohol poisoning.
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.
And I love it when fish and chips have a light batter that doesn't really taste oily, but you know it's probably oily enough to kill you if you have 4 more.
fish bleh, chips yum
Gosh, this is making me hungry...
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.
Fush and Chups are clearly inferior to English Fish and Chips. You just need to go to the right place.
18? That's late. 18 is the legal age here, most of us start at the dinner table around 14.
I had the best fish and chips in St Kilda, just outside of Melbourne. Ultra-fresh fish, light, tasty batter and big fat chips done to perfection.
So, what about Feesh and Cheeps? Are they inferior as well?
damn can't even get an image tag right.
On topic, I love Fish and Chips, here or in London.