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Discussion in 'Rants & Raves' started by sub39h, Nov 28, 2010.
True, I meant to say for less than that! lol. And it's less distance . Quick blast down on the quad
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pizza hut is expensive. domino's ftw
i always call in on my way home from town drunk to any pizza establishment and order a pizza to be delivered and then get a lift with the delivery driver. Bingo a free taxi and hot food. sweet
A few of my customers do this, and the driver gets a few more quid tips! - WIN!
LMAO that's an amazing idea...
Must remember that one lol.
I am missing something here???
EVERY pizza delivery place round here uses little mopeds to deliver food. They can barely fit the pizza on the bike, let alone me!
Funny you said that Aye, I was doing deliveries in my Rav4 in the snow last week, I was held up by a PaPaJohn's moped mid delivery, I just had to blast past him! I'm sure the Pizza would have been cold by the time this guy got to the destination, he was doing no more than 10mph.
depends... in Brum i see a lot of companies using cars. some use Smarts. the Domino's driver from the night that started this threat was in a Peugeot 206
OOH where and is there an AS.net discount?
I live in Kenilworth though although work in castle bom sometimes!
Kenilworth has one of the best fish and chip shops in the country supposedly.
COSTCO 18" peperoni, made there and then £7.49
You must be loaded - they are license to print money round my way - constantly busy.
yeah but the Great British Eatery in Birmingham won best fish and chips in 2010 and take it from a Yorkshire lad, they're nothing special. gimme the name tho, i've been DYING for a decent chippy somewhere even slightly local
You need to try Bedders on the A45 opposite the Big Asda. They are only open for a few hours during the day, and I've been there twice. It's just nice, can't explain it!
Bedders was named the best chippy in the UK a couple of years ago, they are always busy whenever they are open, and there are always queues there.
Apparently they refry the chips, to give a good flavour.
The great british eatery won the award this year, not been there and probably wont, just due to them frying the chips in beef dripping....
Some of the nicest chippys in Brum are the Greek owned ones, much better taste than any of the others I have been to.