Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by RogerMac, Jun 29, 2018.
Crumpets are also affected
Agreed - a disaster of cosmic proportions to an Englishman. At least it's not in the winter when we stick'em on a fork and toast 'em in front of a roaring fire.
I eat them all year round.
I was tempted to say I have crumpet all year round but an English Gentleman does not boast nor kiss and tell
Not just Englishmen - I have a Swiss / German granddaughter who really , really loves them and she is visiting soon. I hope the shortage does not last
You could make them yourself - fresh crumpet is the most amazing combination of moistness, firmness and warmth - but if you want them for breakfast having to prove them for an hour is a bit of a drag.
Sounds like spinno's type of crumpet.
At my time of life, Frances and I agree that it's much better to stay with the same crumpet as before...
Well, be careful...
Don't want to start a panic!
Ha ha ha Adrian, I see you've edited your post ... which seemed to refer to 'Perving' with crumpets for an hour.....
With that description, how could I do anything but perve with them?
an hour...are you boasting or complaining
My lips are sealed.
So how do you manage to eat?????????
Photosynthesis. [insert "ba-da-boom chi" sound effect]
I'm just green with envy.
Leaf it out.
Note to self: garden puns grow all around.
Wood you beleaf it, eh?
Does this all stem from the seed I sowed?
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