FAO @iamaperv (Also discussion on great posters of our time)


#1

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#2

what’s a souvenier glass?


#3

Is this the one off Ashbourne Rd?


#4

thought this thread was going to be about me


#5

I hear they’re popular on the continient


#6

smh :roll_eyes:


#7

does it conclude with a night of unhygienic sex in a hot tub?


#8

That sounds great. I had some of their beers at the Exeter Arms, they were cracking, the best bitter was superb.


#9

Given my name is in the title I very very genuinely thought @Songs_about_ducking was making a gushing (wahey) thread in my honour :frowning: Extremely disappointed by this, and very angry that my name has been associated with this unacceptable culinary content


#10

I do not understand this thread


#11

I’m glad you grasped it :smile:

It made me do an internal chuckle when I saw it


#12

I think it’s french


#13

Think so, although isn’t brewery tap one of them too? Dunno really. Prefer greyhound at least.


#14

Chip cob is a chip butty, which I was blissfully unaware of until the age of 23. Posted a thread about my discovery a few days later on here and all hell broke loose as I was gaslighted and dubbed a troll for having never heard of a northern delicacy. (Apparently they exist down here too but everyone agreed that barely anyone down here eats them.)

Can’t remember if I ever revealed in that thread that I don’t like chips in the first place.


#15

We hope it’s chips
It’s chips


#16

I’ve never heard of chip cob before either.

Or fish supper.

Or anything much really


#17

how is that man’s pint not spilling??


#18

Not strictly true. Chip butty normally involves chips between slices of bread, chip cob is chips in a bread roll