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  1. Tallshort

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    How German
     
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    Breakfast American Blueberry pancakes.
    Tonight - English style with Nutella, Ice cream and Maple syrup.

    Followed by crying myself to sleep over the amount I have eaten.
     
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    Nutella and Jam...... Nutella and mother****ing jam. That's right.
     
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    The Irish literally can't do anything right.
     
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    Strawberry nd Nutella and a splash of lemon
     
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    Cinnamon and maple syrup or honey... Doubt I'll bother this year, have no ingredients and less motivation!
     
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    Smashed 5! yes 5 of those bad boys tonight.
     
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    Don't believe you. You're talking crêpe
     
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    Same here. 2 Nutella, the rest sugar and lemon.
     
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    Talking Tooth Rot:

    What with having a French wife; we had to do saviury crepes for dinner :(
    So it was basically Tacos, just with crepes instead of... taco shells. It's weird; just weird.

    Still, I was allowed a couple with honey and lemon "for desert"
     
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    What's a saviury crepe? Sounds fancy!

    Always used to have savoury pancakes (just with cheddar) when I was a kid, before lemon and sugar, golden syrup or jam.

    I eat american pancakes for breakfast most weekends.
     
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    O
    it's what I made
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    Either sardines in oil with onion slices marinated in lemon juice and a bit of bread, or cornflakes and milk, or two fried eggs and some toast. Depends on my mood when I get up.

    Yeah nah, no pancakes for me.
     
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    Do you guys not have some sort of pancake day?
     
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    The Poles have a pancake day it was last week they call it Fat day and tend to eat more doughnuts and cakes now instead of Pancakes.
     
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    Americans seem to call it fat day too, wonder whether they picked it up from there...?
     
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    The whole thing is just an excuse to use up whats left in the pantry after winter and its got many names but I think the its meant to be a final binge before the Christian Lent.
     
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    They have Mardi Gras in France which is "fat Tuesday", think it's called Carnivale in places too, not a big deal from what I could tell yesterday though.
     
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    How have I never made the association between Mardis Gras and Fat Tuesday?
    That's hilarious
     
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    I've actually been told that before... I completely forgot.
     
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