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Inspired by the Skoda Ad

Post by Philip Chidlow »

Anyone fancy doing a BX 25th Anniv. cake for the National? :lol:
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Post by mountainmanUK »

Sorry Phil.....the wife says our oven's not big enough! :lol:

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I cant cook. Sorry.

Great idea though.
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Post by Stewart (oily!) »

How about a pie made to look like a wheeltrim :wink:
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Stewart (oily!) wrote:How about a pie made to look like a wheeltrim :wink:
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Love it! :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Stewart (oily!) wrote:How about a pie made to look like a wheeltrim :wink:
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It would have to be the exact correct design and proportions.....or Tim wouldn't go near it! :wink:
(Speedline Steak 'n Kidney sounds nice...but that wouldn't be a trim!)

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Post by Vanny »

hmmmm, i know a house down the road to me fully of rather nice looking femals sorts (my GF has gone away for 8 weeks so i've been spending time round there a lot) and they like to make cakes! Maybe i should ask :D

SHall we have a poll to decide which wheel trims should be fitted, and or if it will be a petrol or a diesel, and a baby walker spoiler etc

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Post by Kitch »

I'd be quite happy to eat the cake, if that helps :?:
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Post by Philip Chidlow »

Mmmm...

Here's one I prepared earlier...

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Nice!!! :lol:

Have you been Photoshopping again Philip? :wink:

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Post by Philip Chidlow »

It's a habit I have :roll:
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Does anyone else think the Skoda is a real car just covered in marzipan?

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Post by tim leech »

Philip chidlow wrote:Mmmm...

Here's one I prepared earlier...

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Ph8il can you make me 4 of those please!

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Post by cavmad »

Marty wrote:Does anyone else think the Skoda is a real car just covered in marzipan?
It'll probably last longer now :lol:

Can't offer to make any food myself sorry, I have a wife for that sort of thing.
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Post by Stewart (oily!) »

I had breakfast today in a cafe above a Vau*hall showroom, made me feel right queasy it did :oops:
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