Yea, the sparrow hath found an house, and the swallow a nest for herself, where she may lay her young, even thine altars, O Lord of hosts, my King, and my God.
No sausages? Mushrooms? Fried potatoes? Fried bread? and no Heinz baked beans? Really, Hilary, I don't think you had a proper English breakfast at all. Try harder tomorrow.
Small breakfast today.
With this thread in mind, you don't mind being used by Youth Defence then, Hilary.http://irishcatholics.proboards.com/index.cgi?board=tlm&action=display&thread=54&page=2"A lot of YD people treat the trad congregations in the same way - like some sort of captive audience."
Not if there's a fry-up in it for me.
Oh, and BTW: I think we've discussed the name issue, haven't we? The rules apply all the time, every day, all day. And hey, Obsessive-Person; why don't you go for a walk or something? I think your brain's record is skipping. We're talking about breakfast here. Shee!
I had kippers and eggs yesterday. Read about kippers in Jeeves and Wooster and it sounded like a grand idea. So I picked some up and fried them up with some eggs. A great start to the day.
Now kedgeree is very good...accompanied by poached eggs..
And you "Anon," are the one who keeps forgetting that there are rules of civilised discourse, and, much more importantly, rules for commenting on this blog.
Oh kippers! Yes, I remember those. They do make the house smell of fish though.
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