16-01-13, 11:05 #1
Une Burger du Cheval s'il vous plait....
C'mon cough up, someone's eaten a Tesco horse burger surely.....?
16-01-13, 11:55 #2
16-01-13, 12:09 #3
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Horsemeat is probably one of the least offensive ingredients in those pre packaged frozen burgers.
16-01-13, 13:41 #4
According to a Gallop poll one in three of us have them in the freezer but they don't last furlong.
I had one but it gave me the trotts. But now I'm stable. Probably too much additives and Shergar.
Not mine - but it has to be shared.Make Britain Great again - shoot a liberal.
16-01-13, 19:23 #5
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16-01-13, 19:33 #7
DOnt want to stirrup anything but saddling us with that was un called forLogical
16-01-13, 19:57 #8
It really saddles me to read such unbridled tripe.FEED ME.
16-01-13, 20:30 #9
Dunno what the fuss is about, it's all meat isn't it? Which is a bit of a rarity in those cheap burgers I'd have thought.
17-01-13, 01:01 #10
18-01-13, 09:14 #11
Went in their yesterday, I said I'm having a dinner party, do you have any horses for courses ?Rage rage, against the dying of the light
18-01-13, 10:34 #12
Well, we were a bit skint when the Mule died, and they offered us a good price......SIMMERING CAULDRON OF RAGE
19-01-13, 00:33 #13
Nope but did have a very nice Bison burger at my local burger eatery the other week.... mmmm!
20-01-13, 09:04 #14
What's the difference between a buffalo & a bison?Pootleist
20-01-13, 09:05 #15
You can't wash your hands in a buffalo.
23-04-13, 16:57 #16
Hello Mr Rollins. Or can I call you Henry?There is no such thing as bad weather, only inappropriate tyres