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Thread: Did you use the cooking pot?

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    Did you use the cooking pot?

    I hear that Suree and the King and Thai made it onto radio 4 yesterday
    (From about 12.20 into the program)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mort View Post
    I hear that Suree and the King and Thai made it onto radio 4 yesterday
    (From about 12.20 into the program)
    she was on the telly. about thirty seconds on midlands today so there you go, a tv chef cooked for the tossers
    I'D Rather be a live hasbeen than a dead Wanabee....

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