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Postby cannedmoose » Wed Apr 20, 2005 2:46 pm

GammaDragon wrote:I think this thread has been unnecessarily blown completely out of proportion now :?


Yup, it's gone completely off-subject... nothing new...
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Postby Alex L » Thu Apr 21, 2005 1:58 pm

Could I try to resurrect this thread without the interventions of muppets who have no interest in providing a constructive answer...? :?

Webbie, start your own thread about your love for mashed potato and scotch eggs or something, but do it in the right place.

Just to remind, this thread is about sourcing Cypriot food in London and the SE (apart from Green Lanes), any constructive comments welcomed.
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Postby cannedmoose » Thu Apr 21, 2005 2:34 pm

Alex L wrote:Could I try to resurrect this thread without the interventions of muppets who have no interest in providing a constructive answer...? :?

Webbie, start your own thread about your love for mashed potato and scotch eggs or something, but do it in the right place.

Just to remind, this thread is about sourcing Cypriot food in London and the SE (apart from Green Lanes), any constructive comments welcomed.


Alex, my wife's second-cousin is a Cypriot butcher in north London (not sure if he's in Green Lanes or not). My wife is speaking to him later today - trying to find which cuts of meat we need to order for a souvla next Sunday :D , I'll see if I can get his address for you.

Alternatively, there was a publication called 'Greek Directory UK', which has listings of many Greek-owned businesses in the UK, centred predominently on London and the SE. Not sure if it's still going as its website www.greek192.com isn't responding. I have the paper version so tell me which areas you're looking in and I'll see what listings they have.
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Postby Webbie » Thu Apr 21, 2005 5:58 pm

I bet you've had a few soulva's up your slack rear end!

hahahahaha

Get it right up ye!!!!!
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Postby cannedmoose » Thu Apr 21, 2005 6:01 pm

Anyone else want to send a copy of this thread to Admin, they'll be getting fed-up if I send yet another :lol:

At the risk of being as offensive as this 'person', Webbie, you are a total f... no wait a minute, it's beneath me to resort to your tactics. I'll leave the gutter-scraping to you.
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Postby Alex L » Thu Apr 21, 2005 8:26 pm

Thanks moose. I'd be interested in any listing in the Brighton/Lewes/Eastbourne areas and also anywhere in central London, the nearer to Victoria the better. Hope you enjoy the Souvla - I don't know if you're familiar with Green Lanes, but I miss living near it - it had just about everything.
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Postby city » Thu Apr 21, 2005 11:07 pm

Who is this webbie? Only two days in the forum and already and only writing senseless things, without giving any meaningful input and on top of that keeps on offending people !
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Postby city » Thu Apr 21, 2005 11:09 pm

btw, I just returned from a two weeks trip to Cyprus and already miss the food, 31 :-) and the easy way of life.....
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Postby GammaDragon » Fri Apr 22, 2005 5:14 pm

Webbie, why don't you return to this thread when you have something constructive to say? Or if that's not possible, try not to join the threads in the first place. Don't get me wrong, you started out fine - but your conduct at present has become childish and entirely unnecessary.
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Postby brother » Fri Apr 22, 2005 5:29 pm

City babes i hope you had plenty of 31, and of course some meze too. :wink:
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