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1 minute ago, Quark said:

NBJ fritters....you bloody tosser 😂

Mark!  😉 I've had half of my first pint.... And I'm bloody greeting again! This could prove to be embarrassing if it continues until Sunday. See you tomorrow.... You'll spot me easily. The crying Scotsman. With the inferior @Curlygirl cherry Bakewell. What is her recipe?

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5 minutes ago, Tranquility of Solitude said:

Mark!  😉 I've had half of my first pint.... And I'm bloody greeting again! This could prove to be embarrassing if it continues until Sunday. See you tomorrow.... You'll spot me easily. The crying Scotsman. With the inferior @Curlygirl cherry Bakewell. What is her recipe?

Smack. Pretty sure it's smack. Moreish.

Will endeavour to catch you somewhere over the weekend, I'll be shouting tosser in the Cockmill as much as I can get away with

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15 hours ago, Quark said:

NBJ fritters....you bloody tosser 😂

That cookbook they released a few years ago tells you how to make them- pretty simple too, you can indulge your addiction all year round now!

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29 minutes ago, Cannedm said:

£10....Jesus Christ.

Despite the massive increases in costs that vendors are taking on, there are still plenty doing food for a fiver this time. 

@Kim Wrong-Un is a food lover so they're naturally gonna be prepared to shell out for the top nosh

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1 minute ago, clarkete said:

Despite the massive increases in costs that vendors are taking on, there are still plenty doing food for a fiver this time. 

@Kim Wrong-Un is a food lover so they're naturally gonna be prepared to shell out for the top noshi 

A food festival with music attached 😀

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6 minutes ago, WM90V said:

How much are we looking for a can of pop/mixer this year?

Full fat coke is £6.50 for a muiltipack (10 x 330ml) at the coop which I thought was pretty decent by festival standards. They also had the lesser variants but obviously I didn't clock the prices of those.

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1 hour ago, Barry Fish said:

£10 ???

These prices are crazy...

Barry, you go to America/Disney and these prices are cheap as chips in comparison to the parks.  I know you post shit to get a reaction so I've fucked up by replying  but why not ease up on trolling a Glastonbury forum on the Glastonbury weekend and let people spend their hard earned money on what they want.  This threads for seeing food that's available at Glastonbury and you're posts are just gonna stop people posting which benefits no one.

Anyway, fuck it. Hope you enjoy the festival... there are plenty of 5 pound meal deals available and a Co-Op if you think it's all overpriced.

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53 minutes ago, SheffJeff said:

Barry, you go to America/Disney and these prices are cheap as chips in comparison to the parks.  I know you post shit to get a reaction so I've fucked up by replying  but why not ease up on trolling a Glastonbury forum on the Glastonbury weekend and let people spend their hard earned money on what they want.  This threads for seeing food that's available at Glastonbury and you're posts are just gonna stop people posting which benefits no one.

Anyway, fuck it. Hope you enjoy the festival... there are plenty of 5 pound meal deals available and a Co-Op if you think it's all overpriced.

Oh do go fuck off - I was genuinely shocked at the prices...

The potion sizes in the USA parks are quite a bit bigger and better than the ones I responded too.

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2 hours ago, Barry Fish said:

Oh do go fuck off - I was genuinely shocked at the prices...

The potion sizes in the USA parks are quite a bit bigger and better than the ones I responded too.

Everyone knows costs are rising and it's heavily hitting businesses who provide food, hence prices are rising. 

As Jeff says there are plenty of lower priced alternatives - indeed they've ensured that's the case. 

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