O/T What time do you have your evening meal and...

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  1. Dan

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    What were your last 3 evening meals (can be eating out or something you cooked or had cooked for you). Curious what peoples habits are.
     
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    Do you mean tea ? If you do then it's 5 ish and fish and chips , belly pork and roasters and chicken and chips going backwards ;)
     
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    Usually about half 7/8. Get in from work and either go for a run or walk the dogs, get back in and shower, then food.
     
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    5 while watching the chase.
    Haggis tatties and neep
    Porridge
    Deep fried Mars bar
     
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    Between 5 and 7 or when dogs asleep.

    Today is steak
    Yesterday chilli n rice
    Wed was a takeaway.
     
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    Washed down with Iron brew?
     
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    5:30 - 6 - and it is tea at that time :)
    Chicken tonight
    Steak pie yesterday
    Fish and chips Wednesday
     
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    Between 6 and 7. Coconut chicken curry. Steak and chips. Some weird veggie concoction the missis cooked that involved aubergine that I had to pretend to like.
     
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    Dinner at 7
    Chinese tonight
    Salmon Salad yesterday
    Spaghetti Bol on Wednesday.

    Deserts every day - Fruit and Cream or Icecream
     
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    That mate goes without saying
     
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    Tea (though I say dinner now)

    Varies between 8 and 9pm

    Chicken satay rice noodles
    Bresaola and rocket salad
    Cod creole and rice
     
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    It's tea to me and it's different times every day

    Wednesday a kebab at 6:30 in tie for footy
    Thursday sausage chips and beans at around midnight
    Tonight was fish pie at about 8
     
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    Been at sea this week, they call it dinner onboard but I go for my tea, we have it at 7pm, if you want that in a more naval style it’s 7pm me hearties :)

    This weeks offerings

    Thursday - fillet steak, chips, peas, onion rings with chocolate angel delight for duff
    Weds - we bought shoreside pizza and the chefs cooked them for us to watch footy in the mess, the minions had pork steaks or lamb shank
    Tuesday - Mexican fajitas, wedges and salad with ice cream for duff

    There’s always 2 hot choices it’s not often there’s nowt you’d fancy!
     
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    When you say at sea where are you? If you don't mind me asking
     
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    Nowhere exotic this week unfortunately, just out in the English Channel, we do most of our training south of Plymouth in an area from lands end up to about Portland
     
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    What do you do then most of the time? Just take the boat out for a spin and back in again?
    And yes I know its not a boat. Isn't the definition something to do with the amount of decks above sea level?
     
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    Well not very much! Watch tv, sleep, maybe have a beer :) ha only joking, I’m the ops room manager, I supervise everyone who fights the war in there, from preparation beforehand to execution of drills and skills etc, the captain right down to the young sailor all do something in there and I facilitate that!

    We are often around Britain doing PR work, or training off the south coast, we get the odd run ashore here and there but nothing like the jollies of the past, work with foreign navies all the time, anyone mithering about an EU army well it’s been happening for 50 years at sea!
     
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    All washed down with Tennents Export... Mmmmmm mmm
     
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    Wednesday: 3pm, fish and chips from Park Road chippy.
    Thursday: 7pm, sweet and sour special from Jade City.
    Friday: 5pm, fried whitebait with baked vegetables.

    I'm finishing off the whitebait for my breakfast as I type...
     
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    O/T... Any remoaners worrying about us braking free from the fatherland... sorry Europe.. its not happening, its just a sham..

    The only hard bit is conning the 17 million that voted for it .. that it is actually happening..
     

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