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Q: 2022/23 You are the Chairman what do you do with Moyes?
a. Stick with him obviously, he's delivered two good seasons back to back and will see us out of this dip in form
32%
  
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28%
  
c. What are we waiting for 2 wins in the last 20 PL games is reason enough to sack him, go now
33%
  
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7%
  



Leonard Hatred 4:41 Fri Sep 23
Mulligatawny soup
Talk to me

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aldgate 8:17 Sun Sep 25
Re: Mulligatawny soup
Ah the akash - used to tumble in to there after a night in the kings head. Happy days

COOL HAND LUKE 8:12 Sun Sep 25
Re: Mulligatawny soup
Used to love Heinz Mulligatawny as a kid, with plenty of crusty bread. Now, it's on a list of things like, for example, Chinese takeaway, which I really fancy before I've had it, I pig it down once I've got it, and then (almost immediately afterwards) even the smell of it makes me feel ill.

Hammer Oz 2:16 Sun Sep 25
Re: Mulligatawny soup
Back on the sauce Lennie?
I've tried to be patient with you but you drink and spam too much

PistonHammered 6:20 Sun Sep 25
Re: Mulligatawny soup
Back in the day....

The Akash Hornchurch.

Mmm mm.

Hammer and Pickle 9:39 Sat Sep 24
Re: Mulligatawny soup
That as well

Nurse Ratched 9:37 Sat Sep 24
Re: Mulligatawny soup
*abomination

Hammer and Pickle 9:24 Sat Sep 24
Re: Mulligatawny soup
22 quid a kilo for cheese for toast that float on soup is an ABERRATION.

Cheddar and Gouda is the way forward.

ironsofcanada 9:03 Sat Sep 24
Re: Mulligatawny soup
Lots of onions sitting in the garden so onion soup for mom sounds like a great idea.

Gruyère was pretty cheap in the UK
£16.60/kg at Aldi for AOP Swiss Gruyère

At least compared to 53 CND/kg for the same.

Hammer and Pickle 8:26 Sat Sep 24
Re: Mulligatawny soup
Making ONION soup for tomorrow as it goes. Not us using Gruyère though - far too pricey, fuck that!

simon.s 7:36 Sat Sep 24
Re: Mulligatawny soup
I like the Heinz version, and I used to like the minestrone they did, which I’m sure years ago had meat in it, then it became veggie. Or did I imagine that?

ironsofcanada 6:02 Sat Sep 24
Re: Mulligatawny soup
Was all the rage in North America 15-20 years ago.

I could do without the apple but other than that pretty nice in -20C, living as a student in the basement of an old house.

eusebiovic 5:04 Sat Sep 24
Re: Mulligatawny soup
Wasn't this invented by Indians so that British Soldiers could have boiling hot soup in a tropical climate?

Manuel 5:21 Sat Sep 24
Re: Mulligatawny soup
Tried this for the first time a couple of years ago, it's shite.

Sydney_Iron 12:44 Sat Sep 24
Re: Mulligatawny soup
Years ago when I was at Tech College I worked at a local pub at the weekends helping out in the kitchen etc, remember this soup, the Chef would combine whatever was usable in the fridge, bits of cooked meats, vegetables, bits of other soups etc, boil it all up with some lentils and then puree it…………….And that was then on the menu as the Soup of the day, Mulligatawny!

Keep dreaming 12:02 Sat Sep 24
Re: Mulligatawny soup
Intellectual stuff Hatred. You must be in pretty hard drugs to be this creative.

gph 11:46 Fri Sep 23
Re: Mulligatawny soup
SOUP = Software Of Unknown Provenance

Not sure what Mulligatawny is an acronym of

Hello Mrs. Jones 10:06 Fri Sep 23
Re: Mulligatawny soup
Brown Windsor

Hammer and Pickle 9:55 Fri Sep 23
Re: Mulligatawny soup
You’ve got soup! Why don’t I get any soup?

lab 9:49 Fri Sep 23
Re: Mulligatawny soup
I love it as indeed tarka Dahl

LongTimeUser 6:01 Fri Sep 23
Re: Mulligatawny soup
It looks like vomit.
Pass.

violator 5:29 Fri Sep 23
Re: Mulligatawny soup
WHU(Exeter) 5:01 Fri Sep 23

Good memory mate, its a winner!

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