Bloody love an occasional and unexpected tin of beans and sausage me...

Unexpected as in you forget about them and have one as a snack when you’re a bit down and that, might not be pleasant if people were forcing them down you in the middle of the night and that, especially if still tinned.

I normally fish the sausages out cold then warm the beans up and dip a bit of buttered wholemeal bread in 'em, because i’ve accepted myself as a human-being and that so don’t have too many food-related hangups.

Let’s hear it for beans and sausage.


:100: here for this

they definitely get the job done but don’t taste very good

More of a spaghetti and sausage man.

I’ll smash any of those Heinz yellow tins. If they’re on two for £2 then yes please, four. Two spag bol, two ravioli.

Some people are going to get majorly irked in this thread. Sensing a 300-reply’er.

how are we feeling about tinned macaroni cheese?

The sausages in tins of beans with sausages are nicer than expensive butcher’s sausages.


Asda do an own brand one that was a cornerstone of my hangover recoveries for around 5 years.

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It is very odd that this is the case but you are right

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that shit is utterly inedible. The others I could eat, but fuck me that stuff is grim

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wtf no, they are the worst sausages known to man


I always forget how thoroughly vile the sausages are. Get a bit excited by the novelty then realise the sausages are disgusting so what’s the point?
The veggie ones are ok though!

Beans > Rav > Spag Bol > Spag Hoops > Beans with them bad sausages > Macaroni cheese

this or the joint MVP for me:


Have edited my ranking because I forgot all about this.

on a few slices of toast too <3 was all I ate during 6th form I think.

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No idea why, but the picture of two bits of ravioli on the tin has done me a bit.

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They’re actually good

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You know when a dog chucks up and starts eating it?

Used to beg my mum to buy me these, again, forgetting they were vile every time.