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we once had 2 platefuls of spag bol thrown over our fence!! needless to say the teenage son next door and his 'freind' had something to do with it!!Mum was informed and the 2 boys were sent round to clean it up!!!
Anyone else notice where this has been put?<points to MN Classics>
But if dilemma has half of fab's roast, who's got the other half????
Lol @ police station. So she leaves her name and if no one claims it in four weeks it's hers!
Ah I understand. It has taken a lot less than that to drive me to drink ........
<knocks on Dilemmas door><shuffles feet about and stares at the floor><mumbles> Can I have my roast beef back please? I'll promise to be more careful next time.
I expect she was knocked out by the roast potatoes.
........... has she not come back yet
I think you should hand it in to your local police station. They have procedures for this sort of thing. Maybe it's already been reported missing?
Heh - I await the next instalment!
I think it's a love token. You might get a shoulder of lamb tomorrow if you're lucky
Vital question - was it torn (eagle), chewed (human) or cut (mad butcher, presumably) in half?
yep, you have FAB's dinner
Message withdrawn at poster's request.
So take a picture of your dinner the joint.
No sorry, I'm not having that. Half a roast dinner comes flying into your garden and you're not going to investigate further?? Get yer mug shot in the paper and get it solved, I insist!
Diff's idea is great. Please contact the local paper!
am amzaed at how many threads have recently mentioned flying roast beef! only on mn
Are you sure you're not the MIL from this thread and that you don't have a small viscious dog 'who wouldn't hurt a fly'?(see BoF's post of 17.15)
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