PIE & MASH (n.) Sustenance primarily for those residing in deprived East London, now fashionably eaten by hipster gentrifiers.
Dr. Johnson’s London Dictionary for publick consumption in the twenty-first century avail yourself on Twitter @JohnsonsLondon
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I always had two pies, one mash, no liquor. They could never believe I didn’t want any liquor, so I had to say that quick to stop them sploshing it on.
Best wishes, Pete.
The next thing you’ll tell me is that you like jellied eels!
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I never did like jellied eels, but my mum and dad loved them. 🙂