Fruit Tarts : LUSENET : Luxuriamusic : One Thread

Are they worth the while, or the devil's pancake?

-- Anonymous, September 08, 2001


I bought pg tips! I use sweet n low too!

-- Anonymous, October 19, 2001

they are the spawn of the devil. as are bakewell tarts. do you have bakewell tarts in KC?

-- Anonymous, September 09, 2001

bakewell tarts? i'm not familiar with them. perhaps we have them and i just don't know about it

-- Anonymous, September 09, 2001

bakewell tarts aren't very nice - i doubt if you have them in kc-land. xx

-- Anonymous, September 09, 2001

are they like pop tarts? I am a bit of a tart my self actually.

-- Anonymous, September 09, 2001

I couldn't be arsed trying to make a tart! Eating them can be nice, aothough I do find that they can be a bit rich for my refined pallet.

-- Anonymous, September 10, 2001

Does your refined pallet approve of Oreos?

-- Anonymous, September 10, 2001

never heard of your bakewell tarts. I do like tarts though. Although I am not so much into sweet tarts. Tarts need to be TART and so sour that they make your mouth water... if ya know what I mean! Er.. yes... anyway... never heard of this English phenomenon "bakewell tarts." I like nut "tarts," which aren't tart at all. Er... guess I am full of contradictions. Never mind me.

-- Anonymous, September 10, 2001

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-- Anonymous, September 10, 2001

Didint you used to make tarts? Alessandra cakes?

-- Anonymous, September 11, 2001

tart can also mean 'loose woman'...a bit like the word strumpet. spidey has a very delicate palate, as does badger the dog.

-- Anonymous, September 15, 2001

tart can also mean 'loose woman'...a bit like the word strumpet. spidey has a very delicate palate, as does badger the dog...... i love badger. he is very nice, especially when he leans against my knees for a cuddle. the only problem is, he is smelly.

-- Anonymous, September 15, 2001

Yes, dogs are often smelly. Just ask Blanche form Godle Girls. I wish I could meet badger. Tart= classic name for lascivious person

-- Anonymous, September 17, 2001

Have you heard of Joe Simonton's pancakes? Joe Simonton had some sort of flying saucer craft land in his yard. Some men in black coveralls climbed out and began cooking pancakes on a flameless grill. He said they looked italian. They asked him for some fresh water. They gave him some pancakes and flew away.

-- Anonymous, October 05, 2001

i like pancakes with sugar and lemon juice!

-- Anonymous, October 07, 2001

I love the parallels between Joe Simonton's story and stories of the faeries

-- Anonymous, October 07, 2001

lemooo in griddle cake forbidden!

-- Anonymous, October 08, 2001

pancakes with lemon and sugar...sounds delicious! i may have to try that.

-- Anonymous, October 11, 2001

tresey do you like treacle and pg tips?

-- Anonymous, October 12, 2001

yes penny! always a cup of pg tips on the go at my house! treacle is ok too [ in toffee ] xxxxxxxxxxxxxx

-- Anonymous, October 18, 2001

call me finiky fanni!

-- Anonymous, October 21, 2001

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