View Poll Results: Gravy & chips ?

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  • Oh yes....lashings of gravy on my chips !

    29 60.42%
  • Yuk....gross sloppy mess - makes the chips soggy!

    19 39.58%
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  1. #17
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    A nicely battered Fish with Chips and all covered in Curry Sauce
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    Quote Originally Posted by Diamond GSer View Post
    Nay lad, tha allus as thi chips in a teacake, wi bits on!!!!




    Breadcake twat !

    Tearcake for fekks sakes.

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    I'll have gravy on my chips if I'm having them with a pie but gravy on fish just isn't happening if I'm going to eat it.

    Sausages with chips need HP sauce as do eggs chips and beans but neither tomato sauce nor mayo have a place on anything I eat.

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    I love chips and gravy.

    Had it on a cruise once which made the waiters pull funny faces until others on our table said they'd also like some gravy on their chips.

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    Chips, sausages, egg, and gravy, perhaps a bit of tommy on that ; and as Tinytim pointed out, a big fuckoff breadcake. Teacake fer fuck sake.

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    Thick gravy on fat chips.. with white bread and butter mmmmm

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    Currently sat at the seaside eating fish and chips with the wife. A quick look around and about 60% have gravy on theirs. About 25% have curry. Most have also bought a breadcake.

    The Mrs seems to be an odd one with cheese and gravy on her chips
    If it ain't broken, fix it 'til it is!

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    They sell lovely chips and gravy at the IOM TT grandstand. Looking forward to having some at The Manx soon

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    Quote Originally Posted by snelly View Post
    Chips, sausages, egg, and gravy, perhaps a bit of tommy on that ; and as Tinytim pointed out, a big fuckoff breadcake. Teacake fer fuck sake.
    bap its a fucking bab, breadcake, teacake fucking spliters!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cooperman View Post
    It's chips then gravy
    Exactly this

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    Just a bit of gravy for me. As there was not this option I did not vote

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeC View Post
    Just a bit of gravy for me. As there was not this option I did not vote
    Ahem - a drop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cooperman View Post
    Ahem - a drop.
    I like thick gravy!

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    Chips with gravy.. maybe peas and a sausage.. but always lots of salt and vinegar so I involuntary cough when i open the paper....

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    Did I miss the gravy and chips?

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