Full English breakfast. Hopefully I checked all the boxes. [oc][4837x3227]


really though, whenever you make an effort to eat the eggs the yolk would drip off the just board. plating: 1/10 there were none big enough, by the looks of it go Alan that is full and your own ...



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  • seriously though, when you try to eat the eggs the yolk would just drip off the board. plating: 1/10
  • there were none big enough, by the looks of it
  • Go full Alan and bring your own
  • sigh, almost had it.
  • I'm British and honestly the guy above you is just giving constructive advice. It sounds harsh, but that's just because you can't hear the helpful inflection. Also yeah, use a facking plate mate, pretentious wanker.
  • I read the last bit in the same polite tone as the rest of it.
  • Everybody understands that already. Captain Obvious cunt.
  • Cheers mate.
  • Cheers!
  • Bus wanker!!!
  • Don't beat yourself up. Part of making an English fry-up and posting it online is being told that everything about it is wrong and that you've missed X Y Z. The only way to experience an authentic fry up is to buy it at a dingy Greasy Spoon that also serves frankly grotesque 'Belly Buster' challenges. The clientele needs to be exclusively construction site workers in high-viz jackets, drinking Sports Direct-sized mugs of tea with a few dying old people around mid-day eating liver & onions. There's a certain je nais se quois that trendy gastro-eateries are trying to copy, but they're inevitably fail because they can't bring themselves to allow tatty copies of the sun to remain on tables.
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