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(Telegraph)   Great news, carnivores of the UK: grouse is making its way to the high street. "Grouse meat is usually a deep, dark red and has an intense gamey flavour with a bloody undercurrent"   ( divider line
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2013-08-14 07:26:33 AM  
You know who else has a bloody undercurrent?

2013-08-14 10:03:22 AM  
This just in -

Some people think that Marks & Spencer is a 'high street' store.

2013-08-14 10:20:36 AM  
FTFA: The start of the grouse shooting season traditionally falls on August 12, known as the Glorious Twelth

Poor spelling of Twelfth aside I always find this hilarious, killing grouse and killing papists it is all the same really, if a month apart.
2013-08-14 10:46:06 AM  
They eat stuff with flavor over there?
2013-08-14 01:04:39 PM  
Used to eat grouse stew in Alaska all the time. Not bad stuff really.
2013-08-14 03:53:05 PM  
2013-08-15 09:28:50 AM  
Bloody undercurrent!  Strewth, that's how me uncle drowned.
2013-08-15 10:57:29 AM  

abhorrent1: They eat stuff with flavor over there?

Yeah we haven't killed our tastebuds with chillidogs.
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