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My banana's not looking too appetising today. <img src="/images/graemlins/frown.gif" alt="" />

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Go see a doctor, then.

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Why? Because my banana's bruised?

Besides, can't get an appointment for at least 2 weeks at my GP's. <img src="/images/graemlins/mad.gif" alt="" />

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Oh that's rotten

Just like the banana will be in two weeks!

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It'll be worse than rotten - I ate it! <img src="/images/graemlins/alk.gif" alt="" />

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What I really like - one of the things - is a banana sliced up on Kelloggs Special K With Red Berries, for breakfast.

Dead nice, I recommend it.

Mr Happy in particular should try it, it's better than Shreddies.

Waitrose bananas seem to be about the biggest, BTW - the ordinary ones, not the organic or the Fair Trade stuff. They are relatively straight, however, so may not the best option for those who prefer a banana with a pronounced curvature.

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I'm just eating an extremely nice banana with yoghurt!

Trust you Invis to go on about curvature. Mind you I had you marked down as someone who went for the curved form!! <img src="/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" />

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Oh yes, banana in Greek yoghurt with honey - brilliant!

Yes there is something about curves - the delicate form of the banana, the sublime parabola of a curled free kick, the graceful arcs of Gothic tracery, the shimmering wonder of a rainbow, the swell of a filled sail and the ournful droop of the weeping willow. Not forgetting the glorious golden relief of a pee in the Lea.

Ah yes, curves! Mind you Land Rovers are pretty square though.

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(vaguelly)Interesting fact-sainsburys policy won't LET any of it's stores sell out of bananas,it's one of the things that must be in stock.

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Another vaguely interesting fact - I had a banana and yoghurt yesterday with my breakfast. This morning I had a pear, though.

If you want to buy the last banana in a Sainsburys store, how do they stop you?

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I really do like a nice pair!

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(vaguelly)Interesting fact-sainsburys policy won't LET any of it's stores sell out of bananas,it's one of the things that must be in stock.


Always seem to have run out of the organic ones as my Mum keeps moaning (to me I might add, as if I can do anything about it!). Problem with organic banana's, they go off very quickly. The one's with goodness knows how many pesticides/chemicals used on them always last longer. Much better.

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I really do like a nice pair!


I really am worried about you Mr Happy. It seems the asylum is the best place for you!! Under the circumstances I would have second thoughts about accepting your invitation to the Old Wheatsheaf unless of course you were accompanied by your psychiatric nurse or Mrs Happy!!! <img src="/images/graemlins/wink.gif" alt="" /> <img src="/images/graemlins/wink.gif" alt="" /> <img src="/images/graemlins/wink.gif" alt="" />

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Or his English teacher or a parent

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My Mum and Dad never go in pubs! however, my old English teacher was a regular in the back bar of the George in Enfield town years ago. Many of my sixth form collegues used to love putting the world to rights in there!

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Ah, so you're an Old Grammarian, then!

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Back to bananas and breakfast: I was in M&S at lunchtime, and as they don't sell Kellogs stuff I bought a packet of their own brand Berries Cherries and Flakes - their equivalent to Kellogs Special K With Red Berries, I presume. I also bought Seven Small Bananas to go with it.

I shall report after breakfast tomorrow.

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Can't wait.

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Colin, Germany said:
If you want to buy the last banana in a Sainsburys store, how do they stop you?

hheeeeeeellllllllllllllllllooooooooooo...........well,the situation should never arise so i dont think there is a back up plan/;

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Right, well I had the M&S flakey things for breakfast, with a banana sliced on top. Not totally convinced, frankly, they're a bit hard and a tad bland.

So it's back to to the Kellogs SKWRB for me!




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