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Post by Adam J Purcell » Mon Dec 30, 2002 11:11 pm

Is it my imagination or do Ginsters (the pie/pasty/sausage roll people) have a 50% extra free whenever a big news story about a missing person (or persons) becomes news? :twisted:

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Post by RH » Thu Jan 09, 2003 3:34 pm

Dear Mr Purcell,

The answer to your question is: yes.

Hope this helps. :twisted:

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Post by macfadyan » Thu Jan 09, 2003 9:48 pm

I can never have anything nice :(
All i did was eat a Ginsters in front of Purcell. I should have known better, obsessed as he is with all things dead.

Bloody yummy they were. the chicken and mushroom type. Possibly a bit too much pepper.

Still, they were on special from Suimmerfield, 5 for the price of four.


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Post by Adam J Purcell » Fri Jan 10, 2003 2:10 pm

There you go - a special offer! Did they find all of the parts to those two dismembered bodies that were discovered recently? I'm sure they didn't! Why do you think they put so much pepper in those pies? Probably a better preservative than salt...

Anyway, if you want something nice perhaps you should shop somewhere a bit more upmarket than Summerfield! How about Waitrose? :)

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Post by tallorder » Thu Jan 16, 2003 10:29 am

Ginsters! They used to do a 'Breakfast Bar' and a 'Brunch Bar'. One claimed to be made up of egg and sausage, the other bacon. Both coated in breadcrumbs and, to my mind, consisting mainly of oat and cardboard and packing pieces.

However, in light of this conversation thread perhaps they were dismembered fingers from short, stubby people? Consider this... Perhaps they were the fingers of Cornishmen forced to sell their digits in order to keep the family pasty shop out of the hands of the recievers as Ginisters slowly price them out of the market?

Adding more weight to the argument - ginsters almost rhymes with sinister. :!:

Well, just a thought :shock:

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Post by macfadyan » Thu Jan 16, 2003 6:36 pm

PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT.

THE PERSON CALLED TONY GALLICHAN IS CURRENTLY OUT OF ORDER.

NORMAL SERVICE WILL BE RESUMED AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.
UNTIL THEN, HERE IS SOME LIGHT MUSIC


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