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>> No. 10552 Anonymous
30th March 2014
Sunday 8:01 am
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How is it that i've never witnessed a thinner slice of bread than Warburtons medium white?
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>> No. 10553 Anonymous
30th March 2014
Sunday 8:43 am
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>>10552

Is that good or bad?

My dad's always buying "thick" slices that simply don't toast or make a good sandwich. It's not even like it's his favourite or something, he's always buying different brands.
>> No. 10554 Anonymous
30th March 2014
Sunday 11:24 am
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>>10553

Kingsmill extra thick is the king of shit bread. 8 slices if you are lucky, makes a fantastic bacon sandwich.
>> No. 10555 Anonymous
3rd April 2014
Thursday 2:45 am
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>>10554

Aldi started doing sliced bloomers about a month ago. They are shit for sandwiches but they are amazing with some stew as dipping loaf.
>> No. 10556 Anonymous
4th April 2014
Friday 12:18 am
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>>10555

You should try a version of bunny chow, filled with a good stew.
>> No. 10557 Anonymous
4th April 2014
Friday 3:15 am
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>>10556
I don't know why, but I'd actually be less repulsed if you'd posted a picture of your steaming turd.
>> No. 10558 Anonymous
4th April 2014
Friday 4:04 am
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>>10557

Because that image looks like it has too little juice, too much bread and would dry out your mouth, unlike his turd.
>> No. 10561 Anonymous
4th April 2014
Friday 12:38 pm
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>>10556
How the fuck do you even begin to approach eating that?
>> No. 10562 Anonymous
4th April 2014
Friday 12:49 pm
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>>10561

With a spoon. Eat the bread after.
>> No. 10563 Anonymous
4th April 2014
Friday 2:22 pm
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>>10562

Why would you ever want to eat that much bread? Other than a way to cheaply tease a family from the developing world, I genuinely can't think of a reason.
>> No. 10565 Anonymous
4th April 2014
Friday 5:30 pm
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>>10563

I used to sit across a desk from a humongous fat women who ate a whole french baguette every day at lunch.

Apart from the obesity, she was nice. Only fatty I've known that smelt nice, but I digress.

There isn't really a reason to eat that much bread. I imagine it must be constipating.
>> No. 10576 Anonymous
6th April 2014
Sunday 5:12 pm
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>>10563
The bread has been taken out (or should've, that one looks like it's gone a bit wrong). It works pretty well. I mentioned it here >>10231, and can attest that it was very tasty and not at all constipating.
>> No. 10579 Anonymous
6th April 2014
Sunday 5:59 pm
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>>10576

But that looks like much nicer bread, and somewhat less of it. >>10556 Just looks like a dying cow fell in a doughy well.

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