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Come Dine With Us

Posted by bohnanza on Tue 1 Nov 2011 to the BDSM Events web board

Having just moved to Falkirk in the last six months, we are going to have a Come Dine With Us in an attempt to meet some locals. Unlike the TV show you don't have to feed us on another night, though it would be nice, there won't be TV cameras imploring you to do something outrageous, we can do that ourselves, and there won't be a grand at the end of it, unless someone brings some Grand Marnier.

The only restrictions are:

1) We must not have met you.

2) You can get to Falkirk on the night, we are a mile from a station on the Glasgow Edinburgh line.

3) Err, that's it.

if you have dietary requirements let is know and we will attempt to cater for them.

I have the perfect accent for conflict resolution, shame about the personality.

Reply by night_porter on Tue 1 Nov 2011

Most intriguing. I know I'm ruled out because of the having-not-met-you requirement though.

The poon won't come flocking if you sit and do nothing.

Reply by a_dearheart on Wed 2 Nov 2011

What a wonderful opportunity to meet you both, how do folk go about it? memo? say we're attending?

Put your feelings where my mouth just went.

Ian Dury

Reply by Rhoobarb on Wed 2 Nov 2011 (modified Thu 3 Nov 2011)

a_dearheart wrote:
What a wonderful opportunity to meet you both, how do folk go about it? memo? say we're attending?

A memo would work. :) Posting on this thread would work. :)

Now that you've said you're interested we'll be in touch to ask about dietary requirements and food likes and dislikes.

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"People demand freedom of speech as a compensation for the freedom of thought which they seldom use." Soren Kierkegaard

Reply by Panzerhund on Wed 2 Nov 2011

Bugger. And there was me , wondering if either of you were handy in the kitchen.

Panzerhund 262

Reply by rehtael_ni_dal on Thu 3 Nov 2011

bohnanza wrote:
Come Dine With Us

Ah, you two having another one of your cannibal nights

I do not agree with what you have to say, but I'll defend to the death your right to say it.

Voltaire (François-Marie Arouet (21 November 1694 – 30 May 1778)

Reply by Rhoobarb on Thu 3 Nov 2011

lad_in_leather wrote:
bohnanza wrote:
Come Dine With Us

Ah, you two having another one of your cannibal nights

Shhhhh don't scare them off!

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"People demand freedom of speech as a compensation for the freedom of thought which they seldom use." Soren Kierkegaard

Reply by Lady_Toza_Scarlet on Fri 4 Nov 2011

Persia_Porsche wrote:
I can vouch that these people are very very unlikely to eat you ..... the first time they meet you :)

(and, in fact, are very lovely chaps well worth spending an evening getting to know.)

Seconded. Never sampled their cooking but they're heaps of fun to spend time with and will make their dining guests very welcome.

Have fun! :-)

Reply by jim_scot2000 on Fri 4 Nov 2011

Well I know that Rhoobarb makes good soup. Cheers, Jim.

Creosote is creeping back onto the market, sold behind the bike shed !

Reply by rehtael_ni_dal on Sat 5 Nov 2011

So can I come anyway and be Dave Lamb ?

Please ?

I do not agree with what you have to say, but I'll defend to the death your right to say it.

Voltaire (François-Marie Arouet (21 November 1694 – 30 May 1778)

Reply by DeletedProfile on Sat 5 Nov 2011

Janie_0 wrote:
The real challenge is finding someone who they haven't met lol

That was my thoughts too.

Wonderful idea though :-)

Reply by rosybutt on Sun 6 Nov 2011

What a great idea! Hope you're both well xx

r

Reply by a_dearheart on Sun 13 Nov 2011

Thank you for my memo, I am looking forward to meeting you both soon.

Put your feelings where my mouth just went.

Ian Dury

Reply by stevielouts on Sun 13 Nov 2011

You two sound amazing, even more so when I read the profiles. I only wish I was nearer to Falkirk.

Must stop reading this before I start looking up hotels in Falkirk!

happy volunteer for mind control and robotisation experiments

Reply by Rhoobarb on Sun 13 Nov 2011

stevielouts wrote:
You two sound amazing, even more so when I read the profiles. I only wish I was nearer to Falkirk.

Awww that's a lovely thing to say. Thank you :)

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"People demand freedom of speech as a compensation for the freedom of thought which they seldom use." Soren Kierkegaard

Reply by Symanski on Wed 16 Nov 2011

bohnanza wrote:
we are going to have a Come Dine With Us in an attempt to meet some locals. Unlike the TV show you don't have to feed us on another night.

I'm just trying to think what the sarcastic commentator would make of the night!

It's a brilliant idea, and one I also fail on both counts.

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Reply by Fuzzygoth on Sat 19 Nov 2011

Janie_0 wrote:
The real challenge is finding someone who they haven't met lol

Agreed!

Fuzzygoth

Fortune Cookie Advice Writer, Pointless Procrastinatinator and

Distribution agent for white cat hair that just gets everywhere!

Reply by night_porter on Wed 23 Nov 2011

Seconded. (Partly because I know how much that will make Mr B frown so)

KittyDeVil wrote:
stevielouts wrote:
You two sound amazing, <snip>

They ARE amazing ;) xx

The poon won't come flocking if you sit and do nothing.

Reply by Rhoobarb on Sun 27 Nov 2011

Menu:

Crab cakes with salsa, served with green leaves.

Marinated and pot roasted beef, with potato and onion cake, oven roasted selection of vegetables.

Knickerbocker glory.

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"People demand freedom of speech as a compensation for the freedom of thought which they seldom use." Soren Kierkegaard

Reply by a_dearheart on Sun 27 Nov 2011

Rhoobarb wrote:
Menu:

Crab cakes with salsa, served with green leaves.

Marinated and pot roasted beef, with potato and onion cake, oven roasted selection of vegetables.

Knickerbocker glory.

A wonderful evening, a delicious meal and the most charming and interesting hosts.

@Rhoobarb's courses were delicious but nothing quite prepared me for @Bohnanza's alternative cooking style, a hammer and a hot oven for Knickerbocker glory!

I shall leave the rest to your imaginations...

Put your feelings where my mouth just went.

Ian Dury

Reply by KinkyRoly on Sun 27 Nov 2011

I think that the concept for this party is a brilliant idea and one that I hope others try in other parts of the UK.

Maybe when J and I buy a bigger house next year, we can try something similar. I hope that the guests won't conclude that our cooking makes them think it's the bush tucker trial in "I'm a kinkster - Get me out of here".