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Reasons to be Cheerful.

Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by MJB, Mar 14, 2019.

  1. spinno

    spinno Well-Known Member

    Dennis Law
     
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  2. Zou

    Zou Well-Known Member

    Who fought the law? Who won?
     
  3. spinno

    spinno Well-Known Member

    I shot Liberty Valance
     
  4. MJB

    MJB Well-Known Member

    Dennis Law?
     
  5. spinno

    spinno Well-Known Member

    Martial Law
     
  6. spinno

    spinno Well-Known Member

    Copycat
     
  7. SXH

    SXH Well-Known Member

    Fluck 'n' Law?
     
  8. spinno

    spinno Well-Known Member

    Sod's Law
     
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  9. Zou

    Zou Well-Known Member

    (have to focus hard to remember this isn't the word association game)

    I suppose Murphy can be cheerful that whilst someone stole the name of his law, at least it minimises his association with the expression.
     
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  10. Danno

    Danno Active Member

    Strangely, both are marketed here as turnips, but what are called Swedes over there, are called Rutabagas in our stores. I prefer the little purple-white turnips, my wife prefers the larger rutabagas ( swede) but she has always called them turnips.
     
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  11. Catriona

    Catriona Well-Known Member

    I often wondered why aubergines were called egg plants. Then I saw them growing in Egypt (I think) and wondered why plants that looked from a distance as potatoes were festooned with white eggs.
    I've never seen them in the shops here. Has anyone else seen them in this form?
     
  12. LesleySM

    LesleySM Well-Known Member

    Dave always said neeps were turnips.

    I like turnips (don't mind swede but don't have a heavy duty chainsaw to slice them with) but I haven't seen them in the shops for a long time
     
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  13. Zou

    Zou Well-Known Member

    Only in pictures, not the flesh.
     
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  14. gray1720

    gray1720 Well-Known Member

    I've seen them in Oxford, but only in the Chinese supermarket. Thoug I think a few seed catalogues now do white ones. Not sure how they'd grow outdoors in your neck of the woods - loads of lovely daylength, but the temperature might be a bit dodgy!
     
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  15. Mark101

    Mark101 Well-Known Member

    I've seen some in London a bit like you mention., but you can but the seeds in the UK if you are into that sort of thing and have a greenhouse. So I've read the white versions absorb less moisture when cooking than purple aubergines, meaning they soak up less oil...resulting in a lower calorie dish
     
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  16. Mark101

    Mark101 Well-Known Member

    Law & Order
     
  17. dream_police

    dream_police Well-Known Member

    One of these? I can't remember what the word was before egg on the label. They are sold in the Pakistani store I use.
    Not sure why I took the photo.:)

    willy egg.jpg
     
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  18. DaveS

    DaveS Well-Known Member

    Since I wholeheartedly dislike aubergines and marrows I avoid them.
     
  19. gray1720

    gray1720 Well-Known Member

    Dislike aubergines? You're so marrow-minded!
     
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  20. Catriona

    Catriona Well-Known Member

    That's the ones! Thanks.
     

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