Friday, April 27, 2007

One Carlos Tevez

I'm at a motorway service station on the M4 on my way back from recording two programmes in Cardiff. Just had a tremendous Angus Pepper burger at Burger King. Too much information?

Loads of good stuff to write about tonight when I get back tonight...

One Carlos Tevez...

17 comments:

Matt said...

That'd be fotoball then.

I'm probably washing my hair.

Matt

Reactionary Snob said...

My favourite ever football chant was when Rangers goalkeeper Andy Goram had psychological problems.

Celtic fans 'There's only two Andy Gorams, two Andy Goram's...'

Theo said...

You must be bloody rich to afford a motorway Burger Knig

Ed (another Ed) said...

That's 41 grams of fat (of which 14 saturated), and 683 calories - without fries...

I'd pack a sandwich next time!

AussieGooner79 said...

Good job you weren't deducted points eh ;0)

Chuck Unsworth said...

"Just had a tremendous Angus Pepper burger at Burger King."

Good God! You know how to live, eh, Iain?

You'll be sorry in the morning though.

And the M4 on a Friday in either direction is always disgusting. Next time try a more leisurely route - like down the A4, or even go North and try the M40.

Was it raining in Wales? Always does on me. Every time I pay the toll it starts and it doesn't stop until I cross back to England. I'm beginning to think it's personal.

Anonymous said...

Wow - a £5.5 million fine, I can't imagine the Icelandic owners are going to be too pleased with their investment to date.
Does anyone know what actually happens to all that money, I mean £5.5 million takes some serious spending!

verity said...

One Carlos Tevez? Are you sure you didn't mishear it and it's Juan Carlos Tevez?

Anonymous said...

Hazel Blears getting in a tiz on Any Questions..

ramalamadingdong said...

I'm hoping that £5.5 million will cover Steve McClaren's severance pay.

Anonymous said...

That Angus Pepper Burger must have ran through your system awfully fast if you had to pull over on the motorway.

wrinkled weasel said...

Occasionally a visit to Burger King is a necessity, the desire for a Whopper being akin to an addict's need for heroin.

Of course afterwards you are filled with self-loathing and nausea.

BHM said...

Is that Spanish beer then ?

Anonymous said...

I take it you are going to write about this

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/wales/6599193.stm

Dont think Torch

http://www.torche.gb.org/newsstories/s28180103.htm

will be sending him a membership card soon....

Anonymous said...

what happened to the diet Iain !

Anonymous said...

Thanks anon @ 8.25pm 27/04.

Have just caught up with 'Any Questions' & Ms Blears is indeed on fine form.
She is a fuckwit of the first order & I can only hope she disappears along with the Vicar in a couple of weeks

Madame Scoffalot said...

If you ever pass one of the "OK Diners" on your travels, do stop in and try a classic American burger with cheese. The taste of real beef just cannot be beaten. Shows up the Angus for the weak imitation it is. (and I don't work for them!)

http://www.okdiners.com/