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Strange british rules

Postby g-man » 19:02 Fri 10 Dec 2010

http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20101208/od_ ... n_crackers

why would you be carded to buy some baked goods that maybe loaded with butter and unhealthy for you?

I thought the US was bad in controlling what we eat.
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Re: Strange british rules

Postby Glenn E. » 20:49 Fri 10 Dec 2010

Seriously!

I guess crackers might be flammable, but once you top them with a nice cheese spread I don't see what the fuss is all about!
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Re: Strange british rules

Postby DRT » 23:58 Sat 11 Dec 2010

You Americans have lots to learn from us risk-averse Brits. We take no chances with our health.

Eat all the crackers you want this Christmas and see where it gets you! :roll:
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Re: Strange british rules

Postby jdaw1 » 21:19 Mon 13 Dec 2010

Daft.
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Re: Strange british rules

Postby g-man » 22:38 Mon 13 Dec 2010

jdaw1 wrote:Daft.

Challenge 25!!
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