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Breakfast and first coffee of the day completed, car washed and inside cleaned, got rid of a bit more of the birch tree debris through the shredder/chipper, now time to fire up the vintage engines, cant beat a bit of "industrial music" on a Sunday,

 

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Today after a small bowl of Shreddies, I did knee exercises. 

Later, I took the long way round to the shops on foot and was totally 'banjaxed' when I got back.

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7 hours ago, plantfit said:

vintage engines, cant beat a bit of "industrial music" on a Sunday,

Wow this is truly Lister erotica..............

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Thankyou sir, can't beat a D running at 700 rpm and the ST at 1100 rpm and the little Suffolk enjoying itself at 1500 rpm

 

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Ooh I love Shreddies but has to be with hot milk.

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I used to have my cornflakes with hot milk when I was at school.

I have Shreddies with cold semi skimmed milk but like to let them soften for a few minutes before eating. 

 

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I buy the Tesco cheap version of Shreddies …….. and they are my favourite at the moment but never with hot milk - yuk

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No Margie, it were Ian 'Beefy' Botham. When offered a third at breakfast, he replied, "No thank you, two's more than enough for me".

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Lizzie, my dads favourite too was 2 shredded wheat, Shreddies is the latter day version but definitely not as good as the original. Golly, might have to buy one or the other when I go shopping tomorrow now.

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4 hours ago, LizzieM said:

My Dad had 2 Shredded Wheat every single day of his working life for breakfast.  I’ve never been keen on it. 

Neither have I, it is like chewing soggy string.

I quite liked Weetabix and had a workmate who ate them dry with honey and peanut butter on them for morning tea.

Puffed Wheat was my favourite as a kid, did not like Sugar Puffs, far too sweet.

What was your favourite breakfast cereal

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Danny Blanchflower (Spurs footballer) used to say "Pass the hot milk please" when he was advertising Shredded Wheat back in the late 50's early 60's

 

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My father in law used to say that one of his neighbours who was very bald but had a rather splendid bouffant comb over

 “he has 3 shredded wheat every day. 2 on his plate and one on his head”. 

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Philadelphia cheese on two slices of Toast....plus 2 boiled eggs finished off with Marmalade on Toast...4 or 5 times a week......

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I haven't had Shredded Wheat for many years, but when I had it in my younger days I could only eat it when it was softened in warm milk; I never wanted it crispy and sharp. Which I suppose was totally defeating the whole point of it.

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