#1
Well, its been a rubbish day as far as dessert goes. I got home and pulled out a Tesco Lemon Sponge pudding out of the freezer, stuck it in t'oven until it was nice and hot and then tucked in.

It tasted like cardboard.
Wet cardboard that had been soaked in the sweat of fat men and paeodophiles.

What a let down. So dear friends, when have you been betrayed/decieved by a pudding? Or even pleasantly surprised at something you didn't expect?
#2
If ye don't wipe yer feet you can't have any pudding.
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#3
Chocolate cake always looks great then it's always shite.

Doughnuts too are disappointing 9 times out of 10.
#4
well, my stepdads british, and he had my mom make yorkshire pudding once, needless to say i was dissapointed it wasn't acctually pudding....
#5
Quote by crazy8rgood
well, my stepdads british, and he had my mom make yorkshire pudding once, needless to say i was dissapointed it wasn't acctually pudding....


Yes, but Yorkshire Puddings remain delicious despite having a deceptive name.
#6
Quote by LordBishek
Yes, but Yorkshire Puddings remain delicious despite having a deceptive name.

very true
#7
Quote by freedoms_stain
Chocolate cake always looks great then it's always shite.

Doughnuts too are disappointing 9 times out of 10.

Agreed


Quote by crazy8rgood
well, my stepdads british, and he had my mom make yorkshire pudding once, needless to say i was dissapointed it wasn't acctually pudding....

Yorkshire Puds are the best thing since sliced bread (which we also have in Yorkshire ) and pwn so hard because they aren't desserts, savoury FTW
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#8
Quote by LordBishek
Yes, but Yorkshire Puddings remain delicious despite having a deceptive name.


True. With roast beef = probably the best thing us Brits have ever done.

Anyways, if you're looking for a tasty dessert in Tesco's I'd go for their Sticky Toffee pudding. My God. It is a truely orgasmic dessert.
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#9
Quote by Robdir
True. With roast beef = probably the best thing us Brits have ever done.

Anyways, if you're looking for a tasty dessert in Tesco's I'd go for their Sticky Toffee pudding. My God. It is a truely orgasmic dessert.


I have one downstairs. Might go stick it in the oven for a bit of a crafty midnight snack

>_>
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Quote by LordBishek
Well, its been a rubbish day as far as dessert goes. I got home and pulled out a Tesco Lemon Sponge pudding out of the freezer, stuck it in t'oven until it was nice and hot and then ****ed it.
It tasted like cardboard.
Wet cardboard that had been soaked in the sweat of fat men and paeodophiles.

What a let down. So dear friends, when have you been betrayed/decieved by a pudding? Or even pleasantly surprised at something you didn't expect?


thats how I read it



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#12
Quote by LordBishek
I have one downstairs. Might go stick it in the oven for a bit of a crafty midnight snack

>_>


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#13
I once ordered a double big mac, and i got a DQ blizzard. Turns out they don't serve big macs there!

but really, i went a Mcdonalds, ordered a big mac, and i got something else which turned out to be much better tasting!
#14
Them chocolate cakes from M&S they had on the adverts with the molten goodness coming out of the middle.

Should have taken into account the size of the fork that separates it before I bought them.
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#15
Quote by apothecarrie
Cheesecake never fails me. Even the Tesco Value ones.
Cheesecake is awesome.

I want some now
#16
Oh and the time I was conned into believing quiche was a dessert. It looked like custard, but contained veg and other un-dessertly things.
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#17
^ That must have been horrific.
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#18
thats how I read it




This isn't American Pie, and I'm not Jason Biggs

Oh and the time I was conned into believing quiche was a dessert. It looked like custard, but contained veg and other un-dessertly things.


We have a winner. Or a loser depending on how you look at it. That's really cruel, man, I eel for you
#19
Quote by JohnnyGenzale
If ye don't wipe yer feet you can't have any pudding.

How can ye have any pudding if ye don't wipe your feet?
#20
Quote by JohnnyGenzale
If ye don't eat yer meat you can't have any pudding.

lolwut? fixed.


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#21
Quote by freedoms_stain
Chocolate cake always looks great then it's always shite.

Doughnuts too are disappointing 9 times out of 10.

Unless they're the original glaze fresh off th eline at a Krispy Kreme
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#22
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lolwut? fixed.



Yeah whatever. You recognised what I meant
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#24
No man is pudding!

/epuddingto anyone who gets the reference.
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