CONVICTS in stir doing porridge
are calling for more, not less, of the breakfast meal.
Those doing porridge
will be eating better than I will.
Porridge "Doing porridge
" is British slang for serving a prison sentence with porridge the breakfast served in UK prisons.
The request comes from cons doing porridge
- which has 171 calories per bowl - at HMP Hull and follows complaints of stodgy "prison pies and cheap sausages".
So when Santa crash lands in London and finds himself doing porridge
in Steve's old prison, it's up to father and son to break Santa out in time for Christmas.
So when Santa crash-lands in London and finds himself doing porridge
in Steve's old prison, it's up to father and son, plus a few trusty reindeer, to break Santa out of jail and make sure he's in his sleigh in time to deliver presents on Christmas Eve.
As a former player who never pulled in that wage in a year it's hard to fathom how it could be possible but I've played with a host of team-mates who have ended up doing porridge
IT MIGHT be known as "doing porridge
", but a stint in jail left inmates at Cardiff prison enjoying a festive feast including turkey and gammon with all the trimmings on Christmas Day.
It's not meant to be like Masterchef when you're doing porridge
HARDENED criminals are reading Goldilocks while doing porridge
Understandably, the loveable hick found doing porridge
rather difficult, but not nearly as hard as Randy, who took a job as a prison warden as he couldn't bear to be away from his elder brother.
A spin-off, Going Straight, aired in 1978 but it lacked the pent-up frustration of life doing Porridge
and lasted just a series.
QUAKERS are doing porridge
at Birmingham nick, new statistics have revealed.
He should be doing porridge
, not making money from it.
"When Martin Clunes did the Reggie Perrin on TV he got so much stick, but this is a different thing doing Porridge
for the stage."