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  • don simon
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    I think they’re fine with the Ikea bread but trying to get them to fit with your regular high street bread is a PITA:

    Ikea = wrong.

    Two wrongs don’t make a right.

    clubber
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    They’re the only thing that makes an ikea visit bearable…

    retro83
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    it’s all about the Ikea Swedish ‘meat’ balls. Yummy.

    Meatballs and chips as you get in and then a hot dog on the way out.

    sc-xc
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    trying to get them to fit with your regular high street bread is a PITA

    My high street bread is Hovis. Not Pita.

    loddrik
    Member

    50p for a hot dog. What’s not to like…

    Premier Icon sturmey
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    “What’s not to like” the lips, tits and arseholes they are made of.

    sc-xc
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    They do veggie ones as well. And there’s nothing wrong with Ikea.

    Premier Icon wallop
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    Mmmmmmmmmmmm

    KINGTUT
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    clubber – Member

    They’re the only thing that makes an ikea visit bearable…

    Amen.

    I tried, but had bits left over at the end.

    don simon
    Member

    You’ll be trying to tell me that match-night hamburgers are bad for me too. πŸ™„
    [Homer] Hmmm! Football hamburgers… [/Homer]

    the lips, tits and arseholes they are made of.

    I now feel a strange urge to try them……….just 50p for a mouthful of lips, tits and arseholes ?……..what’s not to like ?

    wrightyson
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    Actually in theory we went there for dinner tonight, as we bought nothing other than the hot dogs, everyone fed for Β£3.70 πŸ˜†

    emsz
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    so very wrong, and so very right at the same time πŸ˜†

    lips and tits you say ernie? πŸ˜‰

    there Swedish so its all fine.

    lips and tits you say ernie?

    …….and arseholes.

    What time do they shut ?…..I’m only about a 20 minute bike ride from the Croydon IKEA.

    Mr_C
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    They do veggie ones as well.

    Was in there today and it appears the veggie ones are no more. They’ve been replaced with mozzarella and tomato calzone – which I must admit was not too bad.

    emsz
    Member

    10pm Ernie, loads of time!

    Why would anyone want to shop at Ikea at 10pm?

    It’s all about the meatballs and loganberry jam.

    I got lost in the Southampton branch, it’s like a maze.

    wrightyson
    Member

    I just couldnt resist, im sure they’re 100% meat. 😯

    marsdenman
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    Why would anyone want to shop at Ikea at 10pm?

    Rule 1 of an Ikea visit – the more detached the visit is from ‘normal shopping time’ – esp. weekends – the smoother your visit will go = rapid, unhindered transit to the tills and on to the hot dog stall on the way out.. πŸ™‚

    so so right, mmmmmmmmhhhh

    Premier Icon tomaso
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    Quick dirty and right

    Rich
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    ernie_lynch – Member
    the lips, tits and arseholes they are made of.
    I now feel a strange urge to try them……….just 50p for a mouthful of lips, tits and arseholes ?……..what’s not to like ?

    πŸ˜† πŸ˜†

    The coffee and 2 doughnuts for 99p are good too. And the 35p ice-cream! πŸ˜›

    Premier Icon rickmeister
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    Apparently it says on the ingredients list

    “No animals were harmed in the production of this food item”

    Lips, tits and arseholes indeed…. yum!

    I got hooked on pΓΈlse med lompe while visiting Norway. Hotdog type sausage in a flat potato pancake. Cheap and quick, and very tasty.

    bravohotel8er – Member

    I got lost in the Southampton branch, it’s like a maze

    i think they are all laid out on the same pattern and there are unsigned shortcuts you can use – certainly the shortcuts exist in the Edinburgh one which means you can find your way around in logical straight line going north south east and west

    postierich
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    After just moving all my furniture (Ikea) I will never buy so much as a tealight from them it all fell to bits 😯

    I got these cute little tealight holders from IKEA a while back. Made from electrical insulation ceramic stuff.

    Some of the cheaper furniture is a bit shoddy, but you can get some decent stuff too. Some of their kitchen units are really good, and much better value than other comparable stuff.

    brakes
    Member

    intolerable place
    intolerable furniture
    but somewhere that you just have to go to sometimes πŸ˜₯

    don simon
    Member

    After just moving all my furniture (Ikea) I will never buy so much as a tealight from them it all fell to bits

    Isn’t most of it flatpack that you assemble at home, I think I see the problem here.

    Premier Icon rickmeister
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    Elfinsafety.. isnt that a picture of part of the skills loop at Dalbeatie…?

    Premier Icon Pik n Mix
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    I hate ikea furniture but the hot dogs rock

    I have about 3 items of ikea furniture in this house, the rest is mostly hand carved oak, me and the mrs have just split up and bet your life i end up with the ikea stuff!!!

    andyl46
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    Tip for those with assembly issues (cough cough, postierich) where you use those wooden dowels, a dab of woodglue will go a long way to keeping your furniture in one piece for a long time. Much more solid and will tend to stay that way!

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