Malt vinegar. Or rather people who put it on anything other than fish and chips.
Scottish Brother-in-law, taken to a very nice restaurant for Sunday Lunch yesterday, ordered cod in red pepper sauce and demanded vinegar to put on it. Young waitress stopped in her tracks but said she would see what she could find. Her small jug of white wine vinegar was poured all over the dish before it was even tasted.
This evening I made salmon and courgette pasta with a small bowl of salad for each of us. Vinegar was demanded to go on the salad, rather than the French Dressing I had made. Then the salad was tipped into the pasta in his dish, and more vinegar added 'to make the fish taste nicer'.
More wine needed.
I was at one in Shrewsbury a while back. Good venue, and cut price beer coupons to boot!
You typed that in your p-stained Y-fronts and tobacco-stained string vest, didn't you?Right that's it...
Point 1. Using irony instead of hypocrisy - just stop it!
Point 2. Using patronising instead of condescending - see Point 1.
Yes yes, they sort of mean the same thing, but they don't. In the same way an aeroplane can be fixed wing or rotary wing, but we don't call a helicopter an aeroplane.
Irony is more relevant to an effect having an uncanny resemblence (but not necessarily related) to the cause. Example:
"Mark was ran over by an ambulance"
Patronising someone, whilst it is condescending, it more specifically relates to situations such as false praise or assurance. Example:
"Please stay on the line, your call is very important to us". (like how do they know I'm sat in my skiddies and only calling to ask the woman what undies she is wearing).
Time for a beer.
And a w@nk.
...Apparently, I'm supposed to tolerate such drooling imbecility.
There is an urgent need for a section of the site called CAPSLOCK CORNER, where Mods can relocate threads titled entirely in upper case.
The only reason I'm suggesting this is in anticipation of the wet fannies who would object to my personal preference of just deleting the threads out of hand.
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England’s Woman’s Football team winning an away match 10-0, ‘breaking records’ and getting more Radio airtime than the England T20 World Cup Cricketers.
I get it that Woman’s Football is gaining popularity, but please stop trying to convince us it is on a par with the men’s version - it’s embarrassing and pathetic imho.