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i bet the view is marvelous , 
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If you use Google Earth search for "Hoad Hill" or "Sir John Barrow Monument"you can get a 360 (fake) panorama.

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Veering OT for a moment.
Can any of our English, British speakers tell me what a "Kibbly Biscuit"is?
It was used by someone from Birmingham & may refer to football (soccer).
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It's a type of dog food!

A second common form in which dog food of the biscuit type is produced is in a finely divided form. This type of product, frequently referred to as kibbled, may be prepared in a variety of sizes. Commonly, however, it is prepared in a size which may be of the orderof A to A1 inch although it may be in pieces as large as /2 to 4 inch. This product is in form readily suitable for use under conditions such that when a liquid is added, the liquid is readily adsorbed and the product becomes soft and readily edible.

The rough, open-faced surface of kibbled food which, together with its more or less characteristic non-uniform size, are the main distinguishing features of this product, is typically obtained by a standard method of production. A sheet of dough may be baked and subsequently broken into small pieces by appropriate means. The fracture of the sheet produces in the kibbled product a comparatively high ratio of open unglazed adsorptive surface to closed glazed non-adsorptive surface; the latter surface, of course, is derived from the portion of the sheet which was directly subjected to the high degree of convection and radiant heat within the baking oven.  Ideal feed for Moderators.

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..That must be the stuff they vend @ Soccer games in Blighty...that & Bovril. (Guess they'd kinda go hand in hand)
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Well if it wouldnt be to late at night right now I give Hoadie a call, just to make sure he didnt feed me any of that when I was up there !!! LOL!!!  May have to call him tomorrow then !!!!
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not certain id want to know - might give cause to reconsider the next visit , what ? 

sounds truly gruesome in so many ways , dehydration leaps to mind 
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It's quite often used as a complete diet for pets, it's supposed to have all the vitamins and minerals required by the animal. I personally wouldn't feed my dog on it, he gets 1 lb of mince mixed with biscuits every day, when he was a pup the folks we got him from were feeding him a complete diet which caused havoc with his digestion and resulted in him having the runs. I soon cured that with a balanced diet.
  Hoadie would probably eat it because mixed with water it forms a porridge, ideal for the gnome who hasn't got any teeth.
  As you say Mike dehydration is a possibility if the pet hasn't got access to an adequate supply of fresh water.
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Rhino! I wouldn't feed ya that stuff..have some faith!

Now ..Spotted d**k, that's a different story
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OK, thanks, that's what I thought it was but I couldn't figure it into a football context?
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Bovril's alright, almost as good as Marmite!
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Hoadie is very easy to feed. Just give him a Enfield and he can feed himself.
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Originally posted by A square 10 A square 10 wrote:

i bet the view is marvelous , 



Yeah..I bet if I went there (& had someone carry me up to the top), maybe I could see my house from there!
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Originally posted by hoadie hoadie wrote:

Rhino! I wouldn't feed ya that stuff..have some faith!

Now ..Spotted d**k, that's a different story


 Hoadie we don't want to discuss your medical problems on here.
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You call yerself an "Englishman" & you don't know 'bout Spotted d**k??!!
How 'bout "Boxty on the Griddle"? (Toad in the Hole, Rarebit, bangers & Mash?)
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"Boxty on the Griddle"
Oirish Rösti!

"Welsh Rarebit" is a 15 year old maiden from Cardiff.
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