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My local curry house, the Shanaz in Lewes has not only dumped it's full colour glossy take away menus in favour of a cheap black & white DIY job, but are no longer giving away a free bottle of wine with orders over £20! Does this mean my 'chicken' dhansak will be more akin to roadkill than tikka in future, or that I can expect to buy a house for a sensible price anytime soon??

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My local curry house, the Shanaz in Lewes has not only dumped it's full colour glossy take away menus in favour of a cheap black & white DIY job, but are no longer giving away a free bottle of wine with orders over £20! Does this mean my 'chicken' dhansak will be more akin to roadkill than tikka in future, or that I can expect to buy a house for a sensible price anytime soon??

You gotta tikka the rough with the smooth, nan!

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In that case why not pop down to a selected branch of Tesco and enjoy a Halal chocolate bar.

It just gets better doesn't it.

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This is it! This is the trigger. :lol:

business must be good if they're no longer offering inducements or offers.

expect house prices to keep rising.

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I was a looking at a place to buy last night. Went in the bathroom, but no toilet there. "Hang on," I said to the EA, "I can't vindaloo".

Sorry that was terrible. I'm going for a lay-down on the satay. I mean sittee.

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Don't tikka the piss, I was just chicken out what you thought, but naan thinks its a valid observation. I do think cost cutting like this points to a wider tightening of belts though.

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My local curry house, the Shanaz in Lewes has not only dumped it's full colour glossy take away menus in favour of a cheap black & white DIY job, but are no longer giving away a free bottle of wine with orders over £20! Does this mean my 'chicken' dhansak will be more akin to roadkill than tikka in future, or that I can expect to buy a house for a sensible price anytime soon??

What's wrong with roadkill? Perhaps I can recommend the 'Badger' suasages :D

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/cornwall/4660060.stm

"Roadkill fan penning recipe book

Arthur Boyt has been cooking roadkill for 30 years

A man from north Cornwall who regularly eats animals killed on the roads is set to share his unusual taste with others."

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Yes, the missus is quite partial to my Badger sausage too :D

:D

Must put that book on the reading list in preparation for the coming depression / apocalypse. A good Xmas pressie for the super frugal, but perhaps not in the future when there will be less road kill as we'll all be riding cycles & horse carts :unsure:

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In that case why not pop down to a selected branch of Tesco and enjoy a Halal chocolate bar.

It just gets better doesn't it.

Hey whistleblower, weren't you going to blow the whistle on an Estate Agents?

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You should speak to the manager next time you fancy a curry and see what deal he can offer you.

If he has nothing to offer I'll send you some fab curry recipes. :)

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Too many posters here are trying to curry some favour ,with whom I am not sure.

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This threads cummin along nicely dahlings, we're having a raita laugh, I'm off now to biriany some money from the bank so I'll pakora my bags and make a balti for the exit. :blink:

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  • 301 Brexit, House prices and Summer 2020

    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


      • down 5% +
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