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For the past 3 Decades or so I have been knocking University Graduares in Engineering saying “They Can Calculate the Voume of a Jar of Jam but can’t get the bloody lid offâ€as in know it all in theory but no practical experience,

 

I have been proven wrong, ot is not the jar of Hartley’s I summised but a basic “Fray Bentosâ€Pie, the food which built an empire, after eating ot one had a combined beer mat an ashtray with the tin.

 

Poor Smowflakes, can’t get the fucking lid off. Haha

 

https://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/latest-news/702535/fray-bentos-pie-tin-millenials-supermarket-youtube-open-can-video-baxters

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1 - Decent looking pies

 

2 - I Admit to guilt! I bought a big tub of ice cream to eat after a family dinner with a mate visiting on Sunday, I go to open it and I am stuck, can't budge it, I lever and lever, then look for any secret tabs, hooks, I can't even work out where the lid starts and ends. My mate, huge beefy builder, starts to just rip at it, he'll tear the plastic tub apart to get at the ice cream.

 

My sweet delicate darling daughter walks up, stares at us, groans, takes the tub, flicks a corner, and pops the lid.

 

Dam snowflake knows how to get food!

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Gorgeous Pies

 

I used live off them in my Uni Days. ..... Home from Pub, a Fray Bentos in the oven for 30 minutes and once consumed use the tin for that nights ash tray, what was there not to love.

 

Not only can todays youth not take the lid off a bloody pie it now seems as if they cannot even tell the time

 

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/education/2018/04/24/schools-removing-analogue-clocks-exam-halls-teenagers-unable/

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A taxi driver coming home the other day said that today's Thai students can't tell them how to get to their home. They type in their address on a Google Map and say "Take me there."

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55555 yes MLG does something similar - her English is quite good enough to communicate with me, but often a preferred method, is to show me a googled image.

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55555 yes MLG does something similar - her English is quite good enough to communicate with me, but often a preferred method, is to show me a googled image.

 

Hehe, what fun in the bedroom eh! :grinyes: :grinyes:

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saw this today

 

Foofs:

 

1. "I had no idea that peanuts grow underground ... I think I always assumed they grew on like, I dunno, a peanut tree? I was flabbergasted."

2. "A couple of weeks ago I was told that hay was just dried grass. I thought it was its own thing that grew and I just never saw it."

3. "I never knew you can buy individual bananas. I always thought you had to buy them in bunches. I am 30 years old."

4. "That Wednesday is called hump day because it's the middle of the week, so you're getting 'over the hump'. I thought it was a sex thing

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Funny thing about peanuts. My great

Grandmother had a garden. I was about 5 yrs old and she pulled the peanuts out of the ground

I go Grandma Thomas what are those.

Her quote was then are peanuts boy. Oh she was Applachain Tn. Born and bred lady..

 

There are different types of hay also.

Yes there is grass hay. The cheapest type there is. Then clover hay, Alphaffa hay.spelling not right. They will test it also for protein levels.

Washington state and Idaho exports a lot of their hay to Japan.. ld it up in containers and ship it out

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My grandfather used shake his head at the city folks who would move to the countryside and buy and horse ... then get bales of straw to feed it.

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