Yeah, this is fair. Sorry everyone.
It does feel like a thing that’s massively fallen out of fashion. Not sure why, but in the 80s a glass of milk was definitely a very normal thing to drink.
Possibly a combo of the rise of semi-skimmed and skimmed milk in houses meaning it lacks so much flavour, plus the fact that milkshakes and huge lattes are more of a thing?
Semi skimmed is the best one, cheers
Hate that slightly salty taste of milk
Been years since I had a sip of full-fat milk, reckon it’d overpower me with milkiness now
If there’s an interesting story hiding behind this headline then they’re really not doing it any favours.
TIL: before he went out with Kath Viner, Adrian Chiles went out with Rosie Duffield
Aw, I think this is nice. I want more of this guy.
I’ll confess, I have thought before about when society changed from average people eating more or less the same thing day by day to expecting to feeling affronted by eating the same dinner two days in a row. Not what the article is about though. I like that he specifies a big onion, nice detail imo.
Are you putting salt in it?
Greg Davies went out with Liz Kendell
I knew this one.
@Steved’s blank avatar makes this look like you’re referring to marckee’s Adrian Chiles post
no salt for me thanks
good thread this going back to 2018 pointing out the hypocrisy of their coverage of latin american politics
Reckon somewhere in here they should’ve also mentioned that Vargas Llosa is a well known neoliberal who ran as part of a centre right coalition in the 90s
What the hell is a tailgate?!
Kind of think that lockdown restrictions easing might be the opportunity to make tailgate parties a thing over here tbh tbf - like a car boot sale but with added BBQ…
The boot of a car, usually an estate car or SUV.
It originally means one that is hinged from the bottom, but is used to describe top opening ones now as well.