A heart attack on a plate,..... but what a way to go,...... and you forgot the mushrooms, black pudding, beans, sausages (2) onion rings, tomatoes, and brown, sorry, HP sauce, all washed down with a mug of hot sweet strong tea, Bliss!
I think a round of applause, and a vote of confidence should be given to the OP of this thread, for allowing fellow Arssers the platform to air their views on, bacon sarnies, Cumberland sausage, HP sauce and all things relating to the full English breakfast and associated scran. Well done, inspired.
Correct, as dad was rebuilding RAF Duxford, bombed by the Germans, mum took lodgings in St peters street while pregnant with me, and in august 1950, I appeared in Mill Road hospital, after 7 days mum moved back to the east end, the E5 area, back to her parents house, where I was brought up. I left London to join the army, 3 years at 10 sigs west London, then 6 years abroad, and back to London as a civvie, until 1988, and now 30 years up here in south Staffordshire. Now retired after 51 years as a sparky, in and out of the kate. END
As an aside to the above:- My father told me years ago, that the first born male of any man resident in Cambridge has the rite of a University education, by royal decree, this was proclaimed when the university was founded in 1209, by king Henry 3rd. As at the time I had left school, and was in an apprenticeship, and it was far to late. I still to this day do not know if anyone has claimed this Rite.