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1  General / The Forum / Re: MKF! 6th Birthday w The Bug, Luke Vibert, Horsepower Productions, Kutmah!!! on: January 28, 2011, 11:04:46
Kutmah was amazing last time I saw him for Fly Lo night, and Luke Vibert will bring the noize. Looking forward to this one thoroughly. BIG!!!!
2  General / The Forum / Re: decent curry house, reasonably central? on: December 14, 2010, 01:57:22
Sheesh Mahal is by far the best Indian Restaurant I've been to in Bristol. I couldn't recommend it more strongly. DO IT!!!
3  General / The Forum / Re: Tesco Squatters being evicted today..well right now in fact - now NSFW on: September 22, 2010, 19:36:57
We do need a butcher though! Not everyone is vegetarian round there you know.  BRRRAAAAP

Couldn't agree with statement more.  Two Thumbs
4  General / The Forum / A Decent Dentist in Bristol on: September 15, 2010, 10:57:36
First of all sorry if this thread has been done already, but I canny find anything through the Hijack search.

So I'm thinking a visit to the dentist is a good option that should be done sooner or later. Now I was using Ashley Court on the St Pauls frontline, and surprise surprise, it was a shit service and I'm now left with the ominous decision of who to turn too now. I'm embarrassingly shit scared of the dentists and in particular the dentist chair. I'd particularly like a dentist who can deal with nervous/scared shitless patients, and preferably NHS. I'd be open too cheap private places, but I dunno if there is such a thing. I'd also like to know of places to avoid too, but don't fill me in on too much details and horror stories, otherwise I'll never go back.   

Responses muchly appreciated
5  General / The Forum / Re: Stokes Croft...changing a bit on: August 25, 2010, 10:56:50
still no cash machine tho
Post office in the day and early evening ssssshhhhhhhhh  NERD ALERT!
6  General / The Forum / Re: Awesome poker game on: July 23, 2010, 13:55:57

That guys a Douche! Sucks out so often, bluffing badly...
7  General / The Forum / Re: The Hijack One-Word Review Thread on: July 18, 2010, 13:10:16
Insomnia: Tiresome
8  General / The Forum / Re: Hijack Fantasy World Cup 2010 - First pick deadline today! on: July 14, 2010, 19:16:15
I'm chuffed with 3rd and reckon I could of done a whole lot better if I had the time and patience to do all that substitutioning between games. Congrats to all involved and I only wish we could of seen each other team players and formations. Seems silly you cant. I reckon the top 8 should have it out in a £10 buy in poker game. Sort the winners from the losers.....
9  General / The Forum / Re: BigTrack is back! on: July 07, 2010, 18:37:52
Awesome! The potential terrorist applications for this could put the suicide bomber trade out of business.

10  General / The Forum / Re: Hijack Fantasy World Cup 2010 - First pick deadline today! on: June 11, 2010, 00:39:05
Bobby Basics Gintas
Starting 11 for round 1



Di Maria

Van Persie
Luis Fabiano

11  General / The Forum / Re: The World Cup Thread on: June 05, 2010, 15:38:10
My tip on the top scorer of the tournament is Higuain and with support from Aguerro and Messi, Argentina will be hard too beat.
Higuain video link worth watching, he's got the mad skills to smash it this tournament http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vQPnLqCtKUY&feature=player_embedded
12  General / The Forum / Re: ceiling cat x 10000000 on: March 23, 2010, 19:33:17
Is this your cat and does it live on Shaftesbury Avenue, Montpelier?
13  General / The Forum / Forum etiquette video. lol on: January 28, 2010, 18:10:42
Probably a repost, but made me chuckle today
14  General / The Forum / Re: Cocktails... with gin! on: January 19, 2010, 03:26:34
Elderflower Collins using Tanquery 10 FTW
15  General / The Forum / Re: Florence and the Machine - Please fuck off. on: January 08, 2010, 02:50:21
Hijack in standard popular person hate-vibe shocker.  


I have to agree here, she's a pretty fucking good singer and she's also pretty fit in a ferrel kind of way. The "You've got the love" cover has been swallowed up and spat all over every tv advertising campaign at present, and I also feel the use of "Dog Days Are Over" is not appropriate and doesn't really fit with the Slumdog film, (even if Channel 4 think it's clever, because of the dog element) and whats wrong M.I.A.'s "Paper Planes", surely that's more appropriate.
Overall she's a good singer and not really worth such a rant. But if it helps your hate and rage in anyway, I know quite a few of my friends up in London who hang out with her, say she's a right twat and is well up her own arse. But hey, if you had such a rise to success fame and money in such a small space of time, I'm sure we'd all be a bit of a cunt (I'm sure people will disagree with this statement, but whatevers Trevors).
16  General / The Forum / Alan Smith AKA Bear's Funeral 6th January 2009 on: January 05, 2010, 11:19:16
Alan Smith the Street Poet known to many as Bear, will have his funeral service this Wednesday (tomorrow) at 9:15am at Canford Crematorium, up in Westbury on Trym. Please inform anyone too whom it may concern. The service is open to the public, so please attend and don't feel that you need any invitation. Sadly there was no next found for Alan, so if anyone has any info on his family and whereabouts, please come forward.
Bear was a legend and an amazing spirit that will always be with me, especially when I've get down about the trivial trials I might face in life. Bear soldiered on and kept in good spirits and remained friendly and polite, when life threw allsorts of hurdles and challenges, which many would never have survived or dealt with, in the manner and way he so did. Happy New Year Bear and hope you have finally found peace where ever you are. RIP BEAR...
17  General / The Forum / Re: RIP Bear aka Stokes Croft Street Poet on: January 04, 2010, 18:12:05
Just to inform people, Alan Smith will be having his funeral this Wednesday at 9:15am up at Candford Crematorium in  Westbury on Trym. http://maps.google.co.uk/maps?hl=en&client=firefox-a&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&hs=smq&resnum=0&q=canford%20crematorium&um=1&ie=UTF-8&sa=N&tab=wl

More information will be posted, once I know more about the proceeds of the service. If anyone has any has any very specific questions, please call Jamaica street hostel on 0117 924 6415, for information more directly, as this news has been sprung upon me, with very little time to go till the service and unfortunately I'm very busy and may not be able to respond to private messages or phonecalls, due to work and what not. An sadly I do not have a car at the moment and would really appreciate a lift up there this Wednesday, if anyone is going from around the Montpelier town area.
18  General / The Forum / Re: Estate/Letting Agencies in Bristol on: December 09, 2009, 01:28:15
They're all cockmunchers, gumtree and rightmove

ABSOTRUTHLY  Script Script Script

Here here
19  General / The Forum / Re: RIP Bear aka Stokes Croft Street Poet on: November 26, 2009, 18:44:40
I just recently became very emotional involved with Bear and was heartbroken to hear of his departure. Bear was a true gentleman and a person who I wish to remember as somebody who never let bullies and the man drag him down. Unfortunately Bear had a very difficult life to live and towards the end he met many struggles, and as a person trying to support him proffessionally, I found myself very emotionally involved. I knew Bear as like many other people did, as the chirpy, highly articulate individual he was. I was extremely sorry to hear about his death on Wednesday morning, as I was trying to implicate some sort of extra support to him, as i could see he was very tired with the trials of life he was facing.

I've been in contact with Jamaica Street Hostel, where he was residing. They informed me that he may well be having a mandatory funeral arranged by the council, due Bear possibly not having any next of kin. If the funeral is open to the public, then I feel that it would be nice that people who were touched by his spirit and enthusiasm for the spoken word, might wish to come along. This is still very loose arrangements and things may change and if his next of kin, wish Bear to have a private funeral, then we as a community have to respect that.

I'm currently in the process of drawing up some form of cooperative fundraiser for an appropriate form of placard and memorial. A bench wouldn't really suit Bear, as he was always on his feet walking around the city and that it might just encourage winos to sit and drink, an I know Bear wasn't a big fan of Stokes Croft's street drinkers. I feel that if we can get together enough of his poems, it would be nice to put up several placards around the city, where maybe people feel are appropriate to where he would of recited his poems. This is just one idea, but one that I feel strongly about and really want to put in motion. I'm suggesting that those that knew him and wish to take part in this cooperative fundraiser and memorial meet. I will be working at the canteen tomorrow afternoon til 5pm and would love to meet with people on here, like Rogue, who wish to get involved with this. I think this is something need to done and done in a fair and cooperative manner. If anyone wants to come along to talk about any ideas, then I suggest you private message me and we can arrange a time tomorrow or in the near future to meet and discuss what we can do.

Can I please ask anyone who wishes to leave any rude or disrespectful messages, can they please think twice, and if anymore are left, can the Mods please take action.

20  General / The Forum / Re: Bristol Hells Angels on: October 30, 2009, 13:54:33
Just head down the Packhorse in Lawrence Hill, an have a wee bevvy with boys. They're pretty safe, only they come as a unit and a pack of any kind of creature, is something to be wary of. An to be fair, they do have a knack of operating outside of the law. Not that i should be saying this, but they are the biggest exporters of speed and probably ket nowadays. But then again, if you choose to deal with Angels, then it's on your head. You don't wanna be in debt to them or piss them off.

Loving the story Sven, you big Goon.
21  General / The Forum / Help needed with Halloween raving up in LDN... on: October 30, 2009, 13:41:46
I'm off to London inabit and as a group, we're all pretty undecided. I'm wanting more dubstep/drum N bassy vibes and possible a fatty free party (there's gonna be a stinker on somewhere), while others in the group are favouring more band and vice magaziney cock. Anyone know of any good events listing websites or wish to point me in the direction of a good party up in London this weekend. I wanna go here http://wordpress.hyponik.com/2009/10/greco-roman-hyponik-present-night-of-the-living-bassheads-plan-b/  where as others are suggesting here http://www.facebook.com/inbox/?ref=mb#/event.php?eid=194984680010&ref=share
Any ideas people? Especially interested in anything huge in a warehouse or old disused mortuary or abattoir, I wanna get freaky seen.
22  General / The Forum / Re: Wheres a good place to have dinner in the city centre? on: October 30, 2009, 02:03:57

Also, Hotel du Vin, got an offer on if you're not bothered about it being a school night or Sunday lunch: http://www.hotelduvin.co.uk/2009/

Nice one, cheers  Two Thumbs
23  General / The Forum / Re: Super Ultra Mega Presents NARCOSSIST a week today!!!! on: October 28, 2009, 18:03:25
Nice flyer.
24  General / The Forum / Re: Mussels on: October 13, 2009, 14:28:24
Fishminster on North St, Southville has them.
Cheers dude. I probably should of added that I live in Montpelier and whether there was anywhere nearer that part of town.
25  General / The Forum / Mussels on: October 13, 2009, 14:12:36
Where is the cheapest and best place to buy mussels in Bristol today? Not after loads, just enough for 2/3 people in a pasta dish.
26  General / The Forum / Re: Trustifarians...... on: October 10, 2009, 23:20:02

Made me laugh loads last time i saw this clip.
27  General / The Forum / Re: Poker on fridays @ Gala on: September 23, 2009, 13:39:01
most people don't drink and you have to be on the ball with dealing and blinds etc. Good fun though.

Do you have to shuffle up and deal until final table then?
28  General / The Forum / Poker on fridays @ Gala on: September 22, 2009, 16:26:39
Has anyone on here, been and whats the crack? I'm considering a visit down with some crew and wondered what sort of numbers turn up and what sort of stack you start with. I'm gonna be heading down there for 7:30 and the £30 freezeout, which I hope means no frickin rebuys. Anyone go there or been there on a friday? Be good to get some idea what the play is like and what not...

29  General / The Forum / Re: Dubstep reccomendations pleasings Hijack! on: September 21, 2009, 23:33:42
Excision and Datsik are both pretty meaty players
Tasty little Excision mix from 2008.
And another more current 2009 mix from Excision again.
Both absolute stonkers
30  General / The Forum / Re: HELP!! - Need a Field or a Barn - Any Ideas? on: September 11, 2009, 02:26:33
Grotbags officially opened Stroud fete in 1986 - I WAS THERE!

I met her in Nunney Catch Little Chef just outside of Frome and Shepton Mallet.
31  General / The Forum / Re: FREE PARTY @ MOTION, BRISTOL on: September 10, 2009, 17:41:49
The day of my graduation. Might have to get on this.

32  General / The Forum / Re: Festival/Camping Food on: August 07, 2009, 13:37:12
All I've got is a box of wine  Cheesy


I might buy a load of salad material and a bottle of this stuff

Also gonna buy some vodka, tomato juice, worcester sauce and tabasco. Bloody Mary's are Standard practice at festivals for me. Might also get the Quiche out for some Quiche dancing

Ask Gavin where he's hiding his banana when you camp with him... It will end up messy if you don't do this!

So long as he doesn't try and hide any sausages Wink
33  General / The Forum / Re: Festival/Camping Food on: August 07, 2009, 13:21:20
All I've got is a box of wine  Cheesy


I might buy a load of salad material and a bottle of this stuff

Also gonna buy some vodka, tomato juice, worcester sauce and tabasco. Bloody Mary's are Standard practice at festivals for me. Might also get the Quiche out for some Quiche dancing
34  General / The Exchange / Re: Loads of Hoodies / Jackets and tops for sale NOW JUST £10 Each on: August 04, 2009, 18:12:47
I'll give you £8 for the King hoody and I'll pick up tonight.
35  General / The Forum / Re: AKIRA KITESHI / LOOPS HAUNT - FIRST 5 REPLIES GET FREE ENTRY on: August 04, 2009, 00:44:16
Yes Please. Been wanting to see Akira loads recently! Brup!!!!
36  General / The Forum / Re: Glastonbury was effing brilliant. on: June 30, 2009, 22:14:05
Meeting loads of new people who I will definitely stay good friends with, especially Callum and his not so innocent sister Kate
Trashcity (especially on the Friday night, Nik Diezel rocked it)
The lovely piece of MILF I pulled and fell in love with over the festival
Rosie and Becky with their Walkie Talkie and the games we played on the airwaves
Blue Lightnings
Eye Candy
Bluenote Cafe
Jazzworld Staff for being so fucking Bristol and good for a laugh
The Boyscout and the Narnia Crew who came to our campsite. Strongest of looks and funniest of conversations.
My endless supply of Bloody Mary's and Yayo
One of my bosses John, for being so animated and dry

Sporadic Rain showers
Sweltering heat
Profuse sweating
Anal chaffidge
Pissing in my Rum and Coke
The number of Flags
People who complain about me being too tall when Kasabian's on. (Honestly old timer, I hate you and everything your hypocritical ass spills out!)
paying £13 for two red bull and tequilas. 

The list can go on forever.
37  General / The Forum / Re: Liverpool sign bent on: June 18, 2009, 15:20:50
Have they not learnt anything from buying strikers from Spurs  Laugh Roll Eyes
38  General / The Forum / Re: Werburghs Fest / Farm Lost Property? on: June 18, 2009, 11:06:22
Tele won't know Jack Shit buddy, as he's been on his Honeymoon for the last fortnight and won't be back for a while. I was working at the farm on that night and we found nothing on the floor that night (granted it was pretty dark by closedown) neither did we have anything handed in. Best give the acting managers Jo and Phil a call, as they may have picked up something the following day when it was a bit lighter. To be honest the place was a shit tip by the end of it, so if it is there, you can expect it to be cider drenched and thoroughly trodden on (sorry but it's the truth, hope it aint a white beanie). Call (0117) 944 2384
39  General / The Forum / Re: 2 many DJs last night on: June 10, 2009, 20:37:20
Me my friend TaskForce were lucky enough to be asked by 2ManyDJs to film there set and lighting show for them last night. It was first time the pair had watched their show from a punters perspective and I have to say those guys put on a wicked show and are possibly the nicest chappies ever. Totally music driven and orientated and really enjoyed feedback on their show and their new visual element.

To the numpty who threw beer everywhere and somehow splashed a smidgin of beer on the lens, your a dick!!! Just a tiny blob of beer on a HD camera lens = annoying visual defect for a lot of the film.

A really a good show over all considering it was at the academy which will always suck the atmosphere and life out of most music nights. Nice to see so many lovely lady 2ManyDJ fans going for it with sunglasses and pout's on around. One girl was completely out of time swaying/.swinging her hair like she was on a Euphoria Dance compilation CD advert on the TV. Like so http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sOg2wBi7KD8&feature=related

Wicked night with an interesting very Monty Pythonesque take on visual DJ show.

40  General / The Forum / Re: Dubstep just got mentioned on Neighbours on: June 05, 2009, 14:10:05
<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/MDthMGtZKa4&amp;hl=en&amp;fs=1&amp" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/v/MDthMGtZKa4&amp;hl=en&amp;fs=1&amp;</a>

Oh the Fonze was so cool! That clip made my day, Richie Cunningham looked so pleased after the jump Grin
41  General / The Forum / Re: Caspa vs Simon Reynolds on: June 04, 2009, 21:33:05
can i read your esssay please??

Depending on my mark I may get it put up online as a journal as I actually think it's quite an important little study. But if I get less than a 2.1 I wont be posting up anywhere. I'm currently rolling in A4 paper at the mo, so maybe head over my gaff in the next week or so for a BBQ and maybe a game of poker and I'll print you off a copy, tis 4000 words long mind. Got a nice contribution Laurie AppleBlim which really strengthens a lot of my arguments.  Two Thumbs 
42  General / The Forum / Re: Caspa vs Simon Reynolds on: June 04, 2009, 15:57:23
Reynolds has every right to write this decent piece of writing and Caspa has just responded with utter jumped up egotistical tripe.     

But is it not blatantly obvious that Caspa's response was just him talking off the top of his head, probably when he was wasted?

I read your message after my mesage finally posted (working on a diesel powered PC out in the stick today) and reckon you have a fair point, he could of been. But he stilll comes across like a jumped up numpty chav. 
43  General / The Forum / Re: Caspa vs Simon Reynolds on: June 04, 2009, 15:48:57
This whole thing is getting a bit boring I reckon.  

Some of Caspa's beats have been good (Cockney Flute  Slayer),  some have been bad (imo) ...so what?  Some of it doesn't appeal to some people (me included), but the amount of opinion that anti-wobble-selfproclaimedinternet-dubsteppas throw down on DSF is fucking gash.  People need to get on with their shit, rather than complaining about it.

I think jealousy fuels most of it.  Of course no one wants to BE Caspa, but the skills, gigs, releases, experience, radio play, reputation, and hype he gets/has/had is basically what most people are looking to achieve. I think a lot of the people that complain about this shit would love to be in his position.  

All you have to do is look at the majority of tunes that amateur/new producers put on the "dubs" section of DSF, 75% is "wobble".  Some good / some bad.  But if everyone is supposedly against it, why do the majority of producers make tunes that are mediocre - poor  Caspa/Rusko joints, with shit names.

Can't everyone just forget about it.   Doh!

I get what your saying Bry. But at the same time Reynolds is no position or does he feel any jealousy or envy towards Caspa Iím sure. If you refer to the comments made by others, then maybe some of this is the case. But IMO his tunes are becoming increasingly worse and worse and Reynolds is just a clever music writer who decides to dissect the individual, as well as the scene and the tracks and their names and origins in more depth than you might find from a boring Mixmag journalist with objective/sit on the fence style of jounalism or a subjective in the DJs'/Producers pants giving them a blowy in a kind of basic spunk stain style of music journalism we find all to often.

I've just written a whole research report on how internet forums, in particular dubstepforum and DOA have effected the shape of how producers are perceived and whether the internet communicate ramblings create a good environment to promote/demote new music. Looking at whether faceless communication via internet forums promote envious slating of others peoples production and also the affect of elitistic narrative conservationism i.e. purists and whether their strict ideals of what they see as Drum and Bass or Dubstep, has a negative impact on the hybridization of genres and intertextuality from others. It might not be the original idea of what is Dubstep to some purists, but are these people just short sighted and putting on the blinkers and not allowing their own and through their public posts others vision for different more novel ideas and originality,  as well intertextual music lending from genres.

So I hear what your saying Bry and agree with what your saying, but when you say ĎCan't everyone just forget about it.   Doh!í I donít think people can, because some people rightly (freedom or speech and what not) have closed eyes to innovation because yes some people are stuck in their ways and donít like change and new people (possibly younger more affluent) joining in with their subcultural music genre and scene. But this article by Reynolds is by no means an attack on Caspa through envy, just a decent insightful and quite witty piece of journalism, an come on, Caspa openly chose to make a slightly paranoid/boisterous attempt to spark a discussion with his Album title.

Sadly Caspa's music caught the eye of Reynolds who knows a lot more about dance music than Caspa and will probably ever know and choose to know, as Reynolds is deep in the game and has made and active academic choice to understand the dance music scene through participant observation and investigative journalism/research. TBH Caspa is far to busy having fun, getting his ego massaged and making tunes and money to really understand or frankly care about the whole spectrum of dance music. Hence why Reynolds has every right to write this decent piece of writing and Caspa has just responded with utter jumped up egotistical tripe.    
44  General / The Forum / Re: 10 Day work extension at Uni: What's the Crack with bank holidays? on: June 04, 2009, 14:20:29
Cheers peeps and yes I gave my lovely student advisor a shout and yes I have another day to sort this blinking evaluation out.  NERD ALERT! Two Thumbs
45  General / The Forum / 10 Day work extension at Uni: What's the Crack with bank holidays? on: June 03, 2009, 23:21:33
I've got a ten day extension on a late piece of work, only I put a lot faith in the bank holiday weekend just passed and assumed that, that one bank holiday monday would be regarded as not a working day within a 10 working day extension scheme at university. I know that you don't include weekends, but whats the crack with bank holidays if it's not obstructing the hand in date itself, but is within that 10/11 days. I may have made a big boo boo.

Anyone ever been in the same situation or maybe any student advisor outhere in the world of Hijack.
Any help or advice will be gratefully recieved.

IMO 10 working days means you don't include the bank holiday monday within that 10 working day time frame and so you add on another working day. right or wrong?  Undecided Undecided Undecided Undecided Undecided Undecided Undecided Undecided
46  General / The Forum / Re: Picton St Flapjack more moreish than Crack on: June 03, 2009, 19:00:19
Just swung past and had one (ginger & choc FJ). I have to say it was a bit too crispy for me. It was nice, but I prefer 'em more goo-ey. Still, I'm happy to work through these in the name of research

Fairplay to you and the power of the internet Two Thumbs Next time you come accross an attractive goo-ey flapper, give us a headz up on where to go on this here thread and I'll give it a goo (poor gramatical joke).
47  General / The Forum / Re: Caspa vs Simon Reynolds on: June 03, 2009, 16:19:02
Caspa's ego and pride has definitely allowed him to overlook a lot of text and to be honest with you, I don't even think he read past first three paragraphs. But to be fair, Caspa is obviously too busy having fun and touring the world for him to read an article about himself properly.

Bit like back in the day with Twisted Individual's track Bandwagon Blues beefing Distorted Minds for their supposed copycats sound. I'd love to see Caspa make a retaliation tune aimed at Reynolds called '1700 words of Hate' cleverly blending together 1700 people (probably the adoring Caspa fans from all over the world on his tour) saying the word 'Hate'. But the chance of him doing something inventive and clever like that would surprise me Roll Eyes

Loving the 'Put A Donk On It' reference at the end of Reynolds article Laughing
48  General / The Forum / Re: Caspa vs Simon Reynolds on: June 03, 2009, 15:58:43
It's almost like a BNP MP having a pop at Paxman or Donny Tourettes trying to outwit Bill Bailey. It just ain't gonna work is it!
49  General / The Forum / Re: Caspa vs Simon Reynolds on: June 03, 2009, 15:37:50
Simon Reynolds is one of the best writers I've read over the past few years and found his work instrumental in a lot of academic study. He's a writer and academic, not just a fucking journalist. Caspa needs to do some reading and respect someone who probably definitely knows far more about Dubstep and the dance music scene than Caspa could ever know. Caspa's responses are lame and he needs to stop sucking his own ego inflated cock.

IMO Reynolds's article is jokes and cheers to Koast for putting the link up.
50  General / The Forum / Re: Picton St Flapjack more moreish than Crack on: June 03, 2009, 15:09:21
I make my own, plain with white chocolate on the top, cost fuck all to make apart from the chocloate.

Diggity dun know!! My ex did make a serious flapjack, glad she passed the knowledge on to me

Flapjacks are the shit... closely followed by millionaires shortbread Slayer

They're a piece of piss to make as well. If I remember I'll post up the recipe I use, but I'm sure there are plenty on the net.

Really? Thought they'd be harder to make. That's why I buy them from Amore Grin

The tough part of millionaire's is the shortbread base, the caramel is easy, but does tend to fuck up your pots! Flapjack is the simplest to make though.

I'm the other way round with millionaire's - I find the shortbread easy (Jamie Oliver's recipe is DING), the caramel is easy, but I haven't cracked the chocolate. Most recipes use dark, but I don't like it, but similarly milk choc just doesn't seem right either.  Undecided

Who wants to be a Millionaire Short-thread jacker
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