BBC News have literally got a video up about a man making his own lunch

What a revelation


I saw this the other day. That shit is for realz! I had no idea you could get food like that from shops.

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These sandwiches are all the fucking same. Ham and cheese.

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Different bread though! That introduces sufficient variety for this weapon, obviously. He’s the envy of his colleagues.

£1.90 a day on a homemade sandwich is a terrible effort. Should be sub £1.




^this, can do a week of full lunches for me and the television and get change from a tenner, and they’re better than this shit

Made a thread about the standard of the BBC news website a few months back, it seems to be in complete freefall these days.

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I’m interested

That’s impressively awful from start to finish.

Good hack this tbf

BBC News has gone so far down the shitter its actually impressive



‘pioneering method’

Don’t get this. Either it’s beyond fucking idiotic, or it’s satire…but if it’s the latter then…well, what is it going for exactly? and why is it on the BBC news website?

The home page of the BBC website is just clickbait.

Shitty clickbait about unimportant shitty stuff like some witless oik revolutionising sandwich eating by making his own or Beyoncé eating a cookie shaped like an angel (or was it more fairy shaped?!).

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Shit like this is the reason old people vote brexit and Tory and place ever increasing demands on public services. This is why they hate us.

You can customise it to get rid of the clickbaity garbage.

It’s proper “more from the web” bullshit. And I should really get round to customising my homepage.