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photoblog image Half Time...................

Half Time...................

.............a refreshing tea in a fine polystyrene cup. Perhaps a pie of some sort. Football cuisine. Probably a lot of salt in the pie

Half Time...................

.............a refreshing tea in a fine polystyrene cup. Perhaps a pie of some sort. Football cuisine. Probably a lot of salt in the pie

comments (10)

  • Ray
  • Manila, Philippines
  • 22 May 2011, 00:27
Could be the wee dram of whiskey in the tea, too, Bill...
Bill Phillips: Good idea but don't bother with the tea
I suppose all the lady supporters are having to queue for the toilets ... thus their absence from this image.
Bill Phillips: No they just send the men to get the tea and keep the seats
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 22 May 2011, 07:42
Haha! Yes, we need some salt -I'm just boiling the soft five-minutes- Sunday eggs. A nice day for you and yours! It is actually Sun-day and Alan has birthday!
Bill Phillips: I love a nice boiled egg Philine...with toast soldiers of course
  • Chris
  • England
  • 22 May 2011, 08:37
I am SO GLAD I never got bitten by the football bug
Bill Phillips: So is football
  • remla
  • France
  • 22 May 2011, 08:56
boire un petit coup, c'est agréable !
Bill Phillips: On a cold night it is indeed!
  • Alan
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 22 May 2011, 09:11
Ah yes, catering at it's finest; haute cuisine. Have you ever hired any plants for the garden?
Bill Phillips: No but you can hire them for offices I believe
Apart from the salt the other ingredients would probably be a mystery smile
Bill Phillips: Probably just as well Tom
Well I hope the salt comes from Droitwich and not that other place that will forever be banished from mention on Shutterchance in view of the strange people who seem to come from there.
Bill Phillips: It was the strange visitors not the inhabitants Brian. Cheshire is a very nice part of the world and is famed for its' salt. As is Droitwich. You have to laugh grin
do a lot of people like a head on their "tea"? smile
Bill Phillips: Hehehehe.....probably Larry!
I am sure that Stanley would enjoy the salty pie filled with mystery meat!! Billgrin....petersmile

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