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Don't know how I'm going to get through the rest of my day or sleep tonight hearing this dreadful news!!!!!! Read More
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4m, 4d agoPosted 4 months, 4 days ago
Don't know how I'm going to get through the rest of my day or sleep tonight hearing this dreadful news!!!!!!
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4m, 4d agoPosted 4 months, 4 days ago
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i have lived through this, once there was a few pieces of courgette in my lasagne :(
life goes on but will never be the same
5 Likes
what a pickle X)

I blame Brexit voters for this...& Trump...& Mossad

Edited By: DarkEnergy2012 on Jan 19, 2017 14:44

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5 Likes #1
i have lived through this, once there was a few pieces of courgette in my lasagne :(
life goes on but will never be the same
#2
What are you two talking about?! :D
#3
cdm22
What are you two talking about?! :D


just been on the 1 o'clock main news that there's a courgette shortage oO ....which they described as a "crisis" X)X):D ...
#4
Learning about all those dead vegetables makes my inner child very happy indeed :)
#5
bevalor
cdm22
What are you two talking about?! :D
just been on the 1 o'clock main news that there's a courgette shortage oO ....which they described as a "crisis" X)X):D ...
Yeah huge demand because of the latest spiralisation craze . I suppose I will have to leave any I find on the shelves ,for people who really need them .
1 Like #6
easiest vegetable to grow yourself
#7
ok I suppose the Lidl 59p a kg didn't help the cause last week
#8
It's just a small marrow, bland
2 Likes #9
As rare as a hatchimal in December and about as disappointing. I got one on Tuesday but I've eaten it now. Maybe I should've stocked up
3 Likes #10
Bought 4 for eBay, thanks! :p
#11
It's the wrong type of weather (from what I understood when it was mentioned a week ago)

All that flooding and recent freezing temperatures have ruined the normal crops
1 Like #12
don't care, Yorkshire's still got the rhubarb triangle.
#13
chaywa
Bought 4 for eBay, thanks! :p


you got the right idea :DX)
1 Like #14
http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-tPNWrGFYMm0/Vfm9lcC_8KI/AAAAAAAAjTo/8BiqqIc1EQU/s640/PmHTfHu.jpg
5 Likes #15
what a pickle X)

I blame Brexit voters for this...& Trump...& Mossad

Edited By: DarkEnergy2012 on Jan 19, 2017 14:44
3 Likes #16
DarkEnergy2012
what a pickle X)
I blame Brexit voters for this...& Trump...& Mossad

Likely to be Russian Hackers I think.
2 Likes #17
http://i41.tinypic.com/nqeo1f.jpg

Going to get fat now :( might actually have to exercise till they come back D:
1 Like #18
shadey12
don't care, Yorkshire's still got the rhubarb triangle.
I live in the rhubarb triangle but I don't think it would've worked as well in my carrot and halloumi burger as the courgette did

Edited By: psychobitchfromhell on Jan 19, 2017 17:43
#19
psychobitchfromhell
shadey12
don't care, Yorkshire's still got the rhubarb triangle.
I live in the rhubarb triangle but I don't think it would've worked as well in my carrot and halloumi burger as the courgette did


I thought you lived in Scotland, then Bradford, now I'm unsure.
are you a traveller.

Edited By: shadey12 on Jan 19, 2017 17:48: add
#20
devonbob
easiest vegetable to grow yourself
Still got a couple I grew back in August
not sure how edible it will be going to make soup
http://i.imgur.com/HFg6p3U.jpg
no it isn't a pumpkin it is a round corgette
#21
shadey12
psychobitchfromhell
shadey12
don't care, Yorkshire's still got the rhubarb triangle.
I live in the rhubarb triangle but I don't think it would've worked as well in my carrot and halloumi burger as the courgette did
I thought you lived in Scotland, then Bradford, now I'm unsure.
are you a traveller.
I live in Bradford which is one of the three corners of the rhubarb triangle along with Leeds and Wakefield. I have lived in Scotland and a number of other places for that matter. I see myself more as peripatetic than a traveller
1 Like #22
If this is worst shortage we have to endure the UK it does not have any problems.
The BBC news must be very short of news to be reporting this!
1 Like #23
thewongwing101
devonbob
easiest vegetable to grow yourself
Still got a couple I grew back in August
not sure how edible it will be going to make soup
http://i.imgur.com/HFg6p3U.jpg
no it isn't a pumpkin it is a round corgette
Save them. They could be worth a few Bob if the crisis continues
#24
there's a news shortage as well !?! oO this really is the end of the world :(

landros1
If this is worst shortage we have to endure the UK it does not have any problems.
The BBC news must be very short of news to be reporting this!
1 Like #25
landros1
If this is worst shortage we have to endure the UK it does not have any problems.
The BBC news must be very short of news to be reporting this!
I'm not sure you grasp the gravity of the situation. I alone must go through at least half a dozen courgettes a year. Thewongwing has had to resort to growing them. Thin end of the wedge if you ask me...
#26
psychobitchfromhell
shadey12
psychobitchfromhell
shadey12
don't care, Yorkshire's still got the rhubarb triangle.
I live in the rhubarb triangle but I don't think it would've worked as well in my carrot and halloumi burger as the courgette did
I thought you lived in Scotland, then Bradford, now I'm unsure.
are you a traveller.
I live in Bradford which is one of the three corners of the rhubarb triangle along with Leeds and Wakefield. I have lived in Scotland and a number of other places for that matter. I see myself more as peripatetic than a traveller


i don't go on these new fangled ideas, to me it finishes in Morley.
when I lived in tong I didn't consider myself part of the triangle.
#27
has anything mysteriously disappeared in the rhubarb triangle?

Edited By: DarkEnergy2012 on Jan 19, 2017 18:37
#28
shadey12
psychobitchfromhell
shadey12
psychobitchfromhell
shadey12
don't care, Yorkshire's still got the rhubarb triangle.
I live in the rhubarb triangle but I don't think it would've worked as well in my carrot and halloumi burger as the courgette did
I thought you lived in Scotland, then Bradford, now I'm unsure.
are you a traveller.
I live in Bradford which is one of the three corners of the rhubarb triangle along with Leeds and Wakefield. I have lived in Scotland and a number of other places for that matter. I see myself more as peripatetic than a traveller
i don't go on these new fangled ideas, to me it finishes in Morley.
when I lived in tong I didn't consider myself part of the triangle.
I saw some growing in the allotments across the road this very afternoon. I personally would put it as a small splodge around Rothwell but I'm just going by what Harry gration said on look north so it must be true.
#29
psychobitchfromhell
shadey12
psychobitchfromhell
shadey12
psychobitchfromhell
shadey12
don't care, Yorkshire's still got the rhubarb triangle.
I live in the rhubarb triangle but I don't think it would've worked as well in my carrot and halloumi burger as the courgette did
I thought you lived in Scotland, then Bradford, now I'm unsure.
are you a traveller.
I live in Bradford which is one of the three corners of the rhubarb triangle along with Leeds and Wakefield. I have lived in Scotland and a number of other places for that matter. I see myself more as peripatetic than a traveller
i don't go on these new fangled ideas, to me it finishes in Morley.
when I lived in tong I didn't consider myself part of the triangle.
I saw some growing in the allotments across the road this very afternoon. I personally would put it as a small splodge around Rothwell but I'm just going by what Harry gration said on look north so it must be true.


don't believe what harry tells you.
1 Like #30
DarkEnergy2012
has anything mysteriously disappeared in the rhubarb triangle?


main rule of the rhubarb triangle, don't tell strangers about its mystic secrets,
especially one who comes asking with the name dark in his name, he will try to gain your trust and knowledge.
1 Like #31
shadey12
psychobitchfromhell
shadey12
psychobitchfromhell
shadey12
psychobitchfromhell
shadey12
don't care, Yorkshire's still got the rhubarb triangle.
I live in the rhubarb triangle but I don't think it would've worked as well in my carrot and halloumi burger as the courgette did
I thought you lived in Scotland, then Bradford, now I'm unsure.
are you a traveller.
I live in Bradford which is one of the three corners of the rhubarb triangle along with Leeds and Wakefield. I have lived in Scotland and a number of other places for that matter. I see myself more as peripatetic than a traveller
i don't go on these new fangled ideas, to me it finishes in Morley.
when I lived in tong I didn't consider myself part of the triangle.
I saw some growing in the allotments across the road this very afternoon. I personally would put it as a small splodge around Rothwell but I'm just going by what Harry gration said on look north so it must be true.
don't believe what harry tells you.
How very dare you! Next you will be casting doubt on Paul the weatherman's long range forecast. As for tong, they sell rhubarb plants in tong garden centre. I've seen them there
1 Like #32
DarkEnergy2012
has anything mysteriously disappeared in the rhubarb triangle?
Nobody knows. They hide them all in mysterious buildings lit by candles called forcing sheds.
2 Likes #33
psychobitchfromhell
landros1
If this is worst shortage we have to endure the UK it does not have any problems.
The BBC news must be very short of news to be reporting this!
I'm not sure you grasp the gravity of the situation. I alone must go through at least half a dozen courgettes a year. Thewongwing has had to resort to growing them. Thin end of the wedge if you ask me...
I also grow rhubarb :p
3 Likes #34
thewongwing101
psychobitchfromhell
landros1
If this is worst shortage we have to endure the UK it does not have any problems.
The BBC news must be very short of news to be reporting this!
I'm not sure you grasp the gravity of the situation. I alone must go through at least half a dozen courgettes a year. Thewongwing has had to resort to growing them. Thin end of the wedge if you ask me...
I also grow rhubarb :p
Rhubarb and courgettes? I am in awe. I had two courgettes off my 10p b&q plants but the slugs got to them before I did. Had I known of this impending crisis naturally I would've taken more care of my precious crop. Having recently moved I am currently without rhubarb plants
2 Likes #35
the candles are really lights from alien space ships coming & going,
they bring the rhubarb here from another planet because it's toxic & they're trying to kill us

The Truth Is Out There

psychobitchfromhell
Nobody knows. They hide them all in mysterious buildings lit by candles called forcing sheds.
#36
psychobitchfromhell
thewongwing101
psychobitchfromhell
landros1
If this is worst shortage we have to endure the UK it does not have any problems.
The BBC news must be very short of news to be reporting this!
I'm not sure you grasp the gravity of the situation. I alone must go through at least half a dozen courgettes a year. Thewongwing has had to resort to growing them. Thin end of the wedge if you ask me...
I also grow rhubarb :p
Rhubarb and courgettes? I am in awe. I had two courgettes off my 10p b&q plants but the slugs got to them before I did. Had I known of this impending crisis naturally I would've taken more care of my precious crop. Having recently moved I am currently without rhubarb plants
I think you can grow new plants from pretty much any old bit of root(but I expect you know more about this than me )
2 Likes #37
zucchini still available.
1 Like #38
thewongwing101
psychobitchfromhell
thewongwing101
psychobitchfromhell
landros1
If this is worst shortage we have to endure the UK it does not have any problems.
The BBC news must be very short of news to be reporting this!
I'm not sure you grasp the gravity of the situation. I alone must go through at least half a dozen courgettes a year. Thewongwing has had to resort to growing them. Thin end of the wedge if you ask me...
I also grow rhubarb :p
Rhubarb and courgettes? I am in awe. I had two courgettes off my 10p b&q plants but the slugs got to them before I did. Had I known of this impending crisis naturally I would've taken more care of my precious crop. Having recently moved I am currently without rhubarb plants
I think you can grow new plants from pretty much any old bit of root(but I expect you know more about this than me )
Are you suggesting I go nick some out of someone's garden? Suppose I could acquire some from a nearby field.
#39
davewave
zucchini still available.
Light at the end of the tunnel
#40
DarkEnergy2012
the candles are really lights from alien space ships coming & going,
they bring the rhubarb here from another planet because it's toxic & they're trying to kill us

The Truth Is Out There

psychobitchfromhell
Nobody knows. They hide them all in mysterious buildings lit by candles called forcing sheds.
If they can do that why can't they bring some courgettes too? Don't they know there's a crisis going on down here?

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