ANOTHER Poll - What Breakfast?

What kind of breakfast do you have?

  • Full English fry up

    Votes: 1 100.0%
  • Full Scottish fry up (you must be brave)

    Votes: 1 100.0%
  • Cereal and milk

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Kiddy style chocolate / sweetie cereal and milk

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Muesli and yoghurt

    Votes: 1 100.0%
  • Toast and Jam

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Toast and Marmite

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Toast and cheese (or Cheese on Toast!)

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Some kind of kipper concoction

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Other

    Votes: 1 100.0%

  • Total voters
    1

Tetedelacourse

New Member
Location
Rosyth
Ou est le poll mosnsieur?

And what type of day?
 
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Melvil

Guest
Uncle Mort said:
"Other".

You have omitted to put the bacon sandwich in your list - your polls are getting sloppy :biggrin:
They are ;):sad: but, like, whatever.

I rule that Bacon sandwich goes under 'English Fry up'!
 

stevenb

New Member
Location
South Beds.
Lmao.....nice poll.
Well.....some days I have none.....others I eat fruit eg. banana and an apple.

This morning I had Morrisons smooth Peanut Butter on two slices of Warburtons Seeded batch wholemeal bread with margarine and a banana chopped up. Very filling and good for you.
 

Arch

Married to Night Train
Location
Salford, UK
Melvil said:
That goes under 'Kipper' stuff ;):biggrin:
But it's nothing to do with kippers! It's haddock!

Bah!

Also, I had to tick toast and jam, but I usually have two slices of toast, one marmite and one jam...

Was once explaining the breakfast menu to a German couple in the same Scottish B and B as us...

"Vat is Kippers?"
"Er, a sort of salty smoked bony fish..."

"<doubtful sounding> Ah.. Vat is porridge?"
"Er, a sort of hot paste made of oats and milk"

"<doubtful sounding> Ah.. vat is Black pudding?"
"Er.. a sort of sausage made of blood..."

"<happy> Ah! Ve vill hav ze full breakfast!"

When you stop to explain some stuff, you realise how odd it might seem!
 

bonj2

Guest
you've put a poll of what cyclists have for breakfast and haven't included porridge.
I normally have either porridge, with yoghurt on top of that, with muesli (luxury style) on top of that, OR, a ginsters cornish pasty (disgusting, but nice).
 
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Melvil

Guest
Arch said:
But it's nothing to do with kippers! It's haddock!

Bah!

Also, I had to tick toast and jam, but I usually have two slices of toast, one marmite and one jam...

Was once explaining the breakfast menu to a German couple in the same Scottish B and B as us...

"Vat is Kippers?"
"Er, a sort of salty smoked bony fish..."

"<doubtful sounding> Ah.. Vat is porridge?"
"Er, a sort of hot paste made of oats and milk"

"<doubtful sounding> Ah.. vat is Black pudding?"
"Er.. a sort of sausage made of blood..."

"<happy> Ah! Ve vill hav ze full breakfast!"

When you stop to explain some stuff, you realise how odd it might seem!
Slightly OT: I once had to explain to a fairly conservative chinese teacher - in mandarin chinese - what spotted dick was and why the name was considered humorous. It was pretty embarassing...

...But not as embarassing as, after the teacher had read a (somerset Maugham, I think) novel and demanded to know what 'latex model of a dick' was...

Anyway, look, Kippers, Haddock, they both swim, breath through gills, get caught and put on a plate; slight coding differences in their DNA notwithstanding they could be brothers and sisters!
 

barq

Senior Member
Location
Birmingham, UK
I used to be one of those people who didn't bother with breakfast, but I've learned the error of my ways. Now it is a really substantial meal. I go for a fried medium sized egg (I have a special egg pan - so it hardly needs any oil), a thick slice of my own wholemeal bread lightly toasted and about 1/3 of a can of Branston baked beans.

On the occasions where I've used sliced bread from the shops it just doesn't keep me filled up until lunch so I suspect the relatively low GI of my bread is important.

Porridge is good too, but I don't enjoy eating it as much.
 
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