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    Lunch?

    I’m on my way for lunch at A Wong. Yes, I am feeling smug about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir C View Post
    I’m on my way for lunch at A Wong. Yes, I am feeling smug about it.
    2 Wongs don't make a White sc

    What is A Wong? Never heard of it
    Northern Monkey ... who can't upload a bleeding Avatar

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pokster View Post
    2 Wongs don't make a White sc

    What is A Wong? Never heard of it
    It’s the finest chinee in all of them Londons, p. My god, the dumplings with the soup inside!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir C View Post
    I’m on my way for lunch at A Wong. Yes, I am feeling smug about it.
    you are going for a Chinese when there is an Indian just a few doors down? For shame, sc.

    Fish and Chips
    “Other clubs never came into my thoughts once I knew Arsenal wanted to sign me.”

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir C View Post
    I’m on my way for lunch at A Wong. Yes, I am feeling smug about it.
    I’ve gone for a coronary inducing, Heuvos a la Flemenca. Nothing spared on the chorizo and Serrano ham either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir C View Post
    I’m on my way for lunch at A Wong. Yes, I am feeling smug about it.
    Lovely little Italian restaurant with a good pal and his rather stunning 25 year old work filly. Had worse lunches

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    Does that expression Chinee come from Kung Fu - the David Carradine one? - only other time I've come across it.

    He ain't no red injun - he a chinee man!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir C View Post
    I’m on my way for lunch at A Wong. Yes, I am feeling smug about it.
    I read that as I'm on my way to munch a mong. Nothing against it if it floats your boat and all that. But are you allowed to do this in this day an age?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Herbert Augustus Chapman View Post
    Does that expression Chinee come from Kung Fu - the David Carradine one? - only other time I've come across it.

    He ain't no red injun - he a chinee man!
    I associate it more with early 20th stuff like Bulldog Drummond by Sapper and the Fu Manchu books by Saxe Rohmer.
    They were forever on about ‘The wily chinee’

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir C View Post
    I’m on my way for lunch at A Wong. Yes, I am feeling smug about it.
    Lunch for two £640. Decent effort, that.

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