Should Walt of the Walts leave ARRSE?

Should Walt of the Walts leave Arrse?

  • Yes

    Votes: 31 26.1%
  • No

    Votes: 10 8.4%
  • Who cares

    Votes: 78 65.5%

  • Total voters
  • Poll closed .
Title says all. Anonymous.
It had to happen, however IMHO "who cares" could be replaced with" who give a monkeys arrse".
I couldn't give a flying cheese toasty.

That may or may not have a little egg on, and a little bit of ham.

Who the fuck cares? Is he touching your child? My dog?

Who fucking cares?

This is the internet. It's not real life.

Real life is Dingerr with no peepee or legs.

Real life is drinking a beer with k13.

Out of his leg.

I sometimes despair.
I must agree with le slug............ Hole - preferably right up the slugs arrsehole where this thread belongs......
Title says all. Anonymous.
Who the fuck are you to dictate who stays and who goes. He is a mongaloid, but you are just as much as a mongaloid as he is for posting this pathetic thread. Get a life you fucked up freak.

What the fuck is going on these days with these fucked up pathetic polls and people actually voting?
I've been away for a few days, what's all this about? What have I missed?
Of course it isn't, or Steak & Kidney pies wouldn't be able to co-exist. a S&K pudding is a pudding because it is made with suet not pastry. Fcuking pie amateurs, everywhere.
However, it consists of gravied meat inside a cooked paste crust. If varied pastes such as shortcrust, flaky and puff can be tolerated, then surely suet paste crust can be deemed a pie even it be called a pudding. It is essentially a steamed pie.
I say that for a pie to be a pie, it must have pastry on all sides. Steak pies, with puff pastry on top only are not worthy of the name. They should be called pie-lets, or demi-pies.
Pork pies... steak and kidney... Scotch pies.

Handbags at ten paces over whether or not a Steak and Kidney Pudding is a 'pie'.
THe clever bit about distinguishing it from being a pie is in it's name, if you look hard enough you may find the clue.

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