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    what did you/are you having for lunch/dinner today?

    chicken sandwich and an apple for me, sat at my desk, not sure what I'll have this evening, new PHQ opened not far from here so could get something from there.....but then again i've probably had enough crap food this week to last me a while...

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    Meat butty. Just sent the missus out for my tea, thinking chicken burgers

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    Popcorn in the cinema
    Then a dacent roast beef dinner.
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    All You Can Eat Chinese meal. Was fairly good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DCC_legend View Post
    All You Can Eat Chinese meal. Was fairly good.
    How many did you eat?
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    I had one of those once, couldn't manage more than one tbh
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    shocking, should have at least managed 3, they are only small after all.

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    Rooster Roll Combo. Average at best.

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    Subway Melt for lunch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by James View Post
    Subway Melt for lunch.
    Good choice. I had a foot-long Melt for dinner last night.

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    Rate the Melt quite highly among the Subway range. Up there with the BMT as my favourite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dontcloseyoureyes View Post
    Rate the Melt quite highly among the Subway range. Up there with the BMT as my favourite.
    Best bloke. A toasted BMT with BBQ sauce is hard to beat.

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    Damn fine choices guys - my two personal favs too.

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