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    What Grinds Your Gears?

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    Re: What Grinds Your Gears?

    Post by Guest on Sun Oct 18, 2015 8:10 pm


    Agreed. Good lulz Honeysett.
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    Re: What Grinds Your Gears?

    Post by DreadLord on Sun Oct 18, 2015 8:14 pm

    Bren wrote:You have obviously never had food poisoning DL or you are ignorant / dont know much about food safety otherwise you would be more careful about food storage.

    What doesn't kill you makes you stronger Neutral

    Had food poisoning in a few countries, most notably Egypt, and most likely due to not being used to the 'local' bacterium - a few days of shitting/spewing [usually at the same time] and then all sweet.

    I've had commercial kitchens in ALL of my workplaces for over 25+ years, and have been the liason between the Council Inspectors and the Food sub-contractors for the last 7....


    Oh, and I let my dog lick my face too Shocked Laughing
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    Re: What Grinds Your Gears?

    Post by Mighty Fishes on Sun Oct 18, 2015 8:15 pm

    Glad you said face!
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    Re: What Grinds Your Gears?

    Post by SI on Sun Oct 18, 2015 8:19 pm

    Sauce on the side for me with chips. Gravy is a different story though, gravy goes straight on top of those bad boys.

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    Re: What Grinds Your Gears?

    Post by Guest on Sun Oct 18, 2015 8:20 pm

    Having a dog lick your face has nothing to do with food safety but thanks for sharing none the less...
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    Re: What Grinds Your Gears?

    Post by DreadLord on Sun Oct 18, 2015 8:21 pm

    @Honeysett wrote:

    It also says on alcohol "Drink Responsibly"


    Clap  Touche'
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    Re: What Grinds Your Gears?

    Post by DreadLord on Sun Oct 18, 2015 8:27 pm

    Bren wrote:Having a dog lick your face has nothing to do with food safety but thanks for sharing none the less...


    That is all.
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    Re: What Grinds Your Gears?

    Post by SI on Wed Oct 21, 2015 5:55 pm

    Chip packet sizes shrinking.  From 200 grams, to 180 or something, now 170?  I bought a pack of Cheetos the other day as well and they were 130 grams  Shocked.  Since when did 130 grams become an acceptable derivative of the chip sizing scale?
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    Re: What Grinds Your Gears?

    Post by Honeysett on Wed Oct 21, 2015 6:07 pm

    @SI wrote:Chip packet sizes shrinking.  From 200 grams, to 180 or something, now 170?  I bought a pack of Cheetos the other day as well and they were 130 grams  Shocked.  Since when did 130 grams become an acceptable derivative of the chip sizing scale?

    I had an argument at a pub the other day, this is how it went down

    shane: can I get a pint of stone and wood
    bartender: sure mate
    *pours the drink at the other end of the bar, comes back with a schooner*
    shane: hey sorry mate I asked for a pint
    bartender: we don't have pints in WA
    shane: so, ugh ignoring that incorrect information why didn't you tell me that?
    bartender: it's common knowledge
    shane: so you're giving me less beer for the price of a full beer and that's OK?
    bartender: I don't make the rules sorry mate
    shane: yeah I understand that mate, do you mind if I pay in Canadian dollars? No? I don't like being ripped off either.

    Ended up going to the pub next door with a pint
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    Re: What Grinds Your Gears?

    Post by Krump on Wed Oct 21, 2015 6:17 pm

    @Honeysett wrote:

    I had an argument at a pub the other day, this is how it went down

    shane: can I get a pint of stone and wood
    bartender: sure mate
    *pours the drink at the other end of the bar, comes back with a schooner*
    shane: hey sorry mate I asked for a pint
    bartender: we don't have pints in WA
    shane: so, ugh ignoring that incorrect information why didn't you tell me that?
    bartender: it's common knowledge
    shane: so you're giving me less beer for the price of a full beer and that's OK?
    bartender: I don't make the rules sorry mate
    shane: yeah I understand that mate, do you mind if I pay in Canadian dollars? No? I don't like being ripped off either.

    Ended up going to the pub next door with a pint
    Fucking Schmiddies. Someone should legislate against that rubbish.Another gear grinder is the lack of Pacific Ale in Sydney, those Pricks at Stone and Wood have been upgrading that brewery for 2 years
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    Re: What Grinds Your Gears?

    Post by SI on Wed Oct 21, 2015 6:31 pm

    @Honeysett wrote:
    @SI wrote:Chip packet sizes shrinking.  From 200 grams, to 180 or something, now 170?  I bought a pack of Cheetos the other day as well and they were 130 grams  Shocked.  Since when did 130 grams become an acceptable derivative of the chip sizing scale?

    I had an argument at a pub the other day, this is how it went down

    shane: can I get a pint of stone and wood
    bartender: sure mate
    *pours the drink at the other end of the bar, comes back with a schooner*
    shane: hey sorry mate I asked for a pint
    bartender: we don't have pints in WA
    shane: so, ugh ignoring that incorrect information why didn't you tell me that?
    bartender: it's common knowledge
    shane: so you're giving me less beer for the price of a full beer and that's OK?
    bartender: I don't make the rules sorry mate
    shane: yeah I understand that mate, do you mind if I pay in Canadian dollars? No? I don't like being ripped off either.

    Ended up going to the pub next door with a pint

    Don't sell pints in WA  Lol

    Maybe he though a pot?  Either way you obviously said it enough times.
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    Re: What Grinds Your Gears?

    Post by Honeysett on Wed Oct 21, 2015 8:42 pm

    @SI wrote:

    Don't sell pints in WA  Lol

    Maybe he though a pot?  Either way you obviously said it enough times.

    If he thought I meant pot he would have given me a middie and hopefully an uppercut for not ordering a full sized glass.
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    Re: What Grinds Your Gears?

    Post by Pain on Wed Oct 21, 2015 9:11 pm

    I hate those plastic tags used to tie up loaves of bread
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    Re: What Grinds Your Gears?

    Post by Pain on Wed Oct 21, 2015 9:13 pm

    People that over rinse dishes before putting them in the dishwasher

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    Re: What Grinds Your Gears?

    Post by Guest on Wed Oct 21, 2015 9:32 pm

    @Pain wrote:People that over rinse dishes before putting them in the dishwasher

    How do you over rinse a dish before putting them into a dishwasher? Wash all the food off without using detergent? How does that GYG? lol!

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    Re: What Grinds Your Gears?

    Post by Guest on Wed Oct 21, 2015 9:35 pm

    @SI wrote:Chip packet sizes shrinking.  From 200 grams, to 180 or something, now 170?  I bought a pack of Cheetos the other day as well and they were 130 grams  Shocked.  Since when did 130 grams become an acceptable derivative of the chip sizing scale?

    So Fiddy's description of certain posters having Cheeto dust covering their fingers and down the front off their t-shirt wasn't far off?
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    Re: What Grinds Your Gears?

    Post by Pain on Wed Oct 21, 2015 9:47 pm

    My sister in law stands there with the tap running staring blankly until the dish is spotless then puts it in the dishwasher. Ffs. Make the machine work.
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    Re: What Grinds Your Gears?

    Post by Pain on Wed Oct 21, 2015 9:51 pm

    Maybe its her that grinds my gears. Everything is in slow motion.
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    Re: What Grinds Your Gears?

    Post by Pain on Wed Oct 21, 2015 9:55 pm

    The cheetos dusted fingers just made me lol. I then had to explain it to a 4 year old.
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    Re: What Grinds Your Gears?

    Post by SI on Wed Oct 21, 2015 9:55 pm

    @Pain wrote:My sister in law stands there with the tap running staring blankly until the dish is spotless then puts it in the dishwasher. Ffs. Make the machine work.

    I don't rinse at all, those dirty bitches just go straight in the machine.

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