The Cancer Thread


#21

Prostrate


#22

I will prostrate myself before you @iron_mike if that is your wish


#23

No need. I am not your leader. I am your equal


#24

Get away from that window you liudramáin.


#25

I see AA Gill has cancer too. I hope AA pulls through.


#26

Is he the restaurant reviewer? If so I enjoy his scathing reviews and I hope he recovers


#27

That’s the chap. I love his reviews.


#28

He says he’s riddled with it. His best chance is that all the cancers get each other maybe.


#29

He has no qualms about giving a restaurant 1 out of 5.
The Irish ones are basically just paid adverts where no one gets worse than an average review.


#30

Gay may have cancer… he may… What an announcement


#31

Who know s bad genes


#32

Did you read his review of Rio Ferdinand’s place in Manchester a couple of years back @Fagan_ODowd?
One of the finest critiques of a restaurant, and a city pond life you’d ever read.


#33

link?


#34

I’ll have a look.


#35

The restaurant is called Rosso. His review caused quite the stir. It was a quite brilliant evisceration of a chunk of Manchester society. It’s behind the Sunday times firewall unfortunately, and I can’t find it in full anywhere else.
October 2010 it was actually. Tempus fugit. .


#36

Talcum Powder :scream_cat:


#37

Big news there today… Processed food leads to cancer. Wowzers…

Includes carbonated drinks but I didn’t clarify if that includes alcohol. Tinned goods, meats and so on…

Advice is to est more fruit and vegetables…


#38

This is a game changer. I’m pretty fucking smug here after eating a bowl of home made vegetable curry.


#39

Ive already alterted lthe likes of @Smark to the dangers of salami and the likes rotting your hole from the inside out


#40

Don’t forget plastic containers, especially after microwaving them and blending them with their contents.