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 on: Today at 21:07:39 
Started by Varche - Last post by hotel21
I occasionally treat myself, when travelling, to the colonels secret recipe. Its a damn sight cheaper than other options like McCardboard and BK.

I quite like it.  But it doesn't like me - I have to set the timer for 45m after finishing a Bargain Bucket, as its coming out, ready or not.

That did make me laugh out loud. Thanks for that!   ;D

As a fellow sufferer of enforced voiding after eating certain things while travelling the highways and byways, I know the feeling of the rapid double time duckwalk/run to the services from the car Park!

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 on: Today at 21:00:03 
Started by Tilbo - Last post by terbert
Colouration

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 on: Today at 20:59:19 
Started by zirk - Last post by TheBoy
I do baked spuds in the slow cooker, chuck em in on low when going to work and they are deeeeeeeeeeeeeeelicious when I get in
That's another kitchen appliance that is to complex for normal blokes to master.

Pink job!

No no no it's perfect for the man, chuck a load of random stuff in and a jar of sauce switch it on and bingo a tasty dish when you get in, a leg of lamb done in it is unfluffing believable
Defo sounds like a pink job to me...

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 on: Today at 20:59:00 
Started by zirk - Last post by TheBoy
Ours is a Panasonic Inverter model, microwave/convection/grill, and does the job.

Its a bit too complicated for me, but she doesn't grumble about it.


It does do one of the best microwave baked spuds I've tasted, by using microwave and grill in unison.  Obviously still not a real baked spud, but close, and only 14mins.

That'smy model too - how do you use them in unison? I'm a bloke, so don't read instructions!

Ron.
It has a button that says baked spud, then type in weight, and wait for it to bleep 14mins later....

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 on: Today at 20:50:14 
Started by Automaticman - Last post by annihilator
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fit my single din Blaupunkt and 10 disc changer instead

if it has Bose speakers you'll need to change them as they are not compatible with "standard" car audio.

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 on: Today at 20:48:24 
Started by Automaticman - Last post by zirk
What sort of money is a reasonable price for a Bose CCR2006 if one can be found?[I'm after one as mines packed up]don't really want to be ripping out wiring/sourcing new speakers to fit a different hu if I can help it,but if they're too pricey that's what I'll do and fit my single din Blaupunkt and 10 disc changer instead[not too fussed about steering wheel controls or display on mid]
Why dont you ask RobseyMV6 is breaking a 2.6 and 3.2 Elite in the Sale section, one of them has probably got a Bose CCr2006 HU in it.

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 on: Today at 20:39:25 
Started by Field Marshal Dr. Opti - Last post by Sir Tigger QC
What we need is a First World Problem thread...  ::)

I wonder if anyone has told Lord Opti that his local KFC is shut?  :-\
He prefers fish  :-X

Really? Id heard his favourite was a nick s greasy kebab....  :-*

Or beef curtains with a side of cabbage leaves.  :y

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 on: Today at 20:37:46 
Started by Automaticman - Last post by zirk
I think no more than 50 tops  ???
And the rest,      ........for a decent one with working Laser.

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 on: Today at 20:33:49 
Started by zirk - Last post by omegod
I do baked spuds in the slow cooker, chuck em in on low when going to work and they are deeeeeeeeeeeeeeelicious when I get in
That's another kitchen appliance that is to complex for normal blokes to master.

Pink job!

No no no it's perfect for the man, chuck a load of random stuff in and a jar of sauce switch it on and bingo a tasty dish when you get in, a leg of lamb done in it is unfluffing believable 

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 on: Today at 20:25:47 
Started by Automaticman - Last post by Automaticman
I think no more than 50 tops  ???

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