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post #21 of 40 (permalink) Old 16-05-2019, 12:12
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Think how clean your chips have been Barry!!
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Baz, do you know never to get vinegar on carryout fish and chips to take home?


The acid in the vinegar eats them as you drive home. If you have far to go there'll be none left.
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Baz, do you now never to get vinegar on carryout fish and chips to take home?


The acid in the vinegars eats them as you drive home. If you have far to go there'll be none left.
He obviously must scoff them when he exits the chippy door then :- D

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He obviously must scoff them when he exits the chippy door then :- D

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I can't get proper fish and chips like you get from the chip shop 😡 and if a cook chips they aren't floppy, but straight and crispy.😄

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They vary dramatically here from absolute crap to come again gorgeous. Even at some outdoor events like Meshoui or fetes and Car Boots where it's all being cooked under canvas in a field by burley old farmers who smell like that have been sleeping with the pigs. No hygiene and fag ash everywhere.

Church bazar last week where everyone was high class and pretty frocks but the fish and chips was so hard and dried as to be inedible. Needless to say after hearing some comments we chose to leave and dine at home.

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... where everyone was high class and pretty frocks
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Including you Ray?! That would've been worth seeing!
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I thought I looked OK but just before going out I often get "You can't go like that".??

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I also use vinegar in the spray bottle for the loo - stops any calcium buildup there too, which holds the smells. Just thought you'd like to know that!
This is the best household tip of the year for me Jean.
After reading your post I immediately made up a solution and I have sprayed it 3 times so far, that horrible streak that goes down the back of the loo where the cistern drips, I have tried to remove with Viacal, bleach, scrubbing and even scrapped once and left the scrape mark
It is now all but gone. I thank you so much for your prize winning tip.

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There you go Jan! Your signature is true - you learn something new every day!

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We have also cleaned 2 pumps today rinsing with clean water after, the pipes are see through again.😃

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