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Dan Harwood wrote: Henry Rindhoops wrote:
One can only assume to apprehend someone. Or to pick up that Strawberry Frapp and a melted camembert baguette. For the latter, this would not have happened in the days of the 'RA.
No, it would have been a Bacon butter and mug of milky tea. None of that poncy crap.
The Regent Caf would have been a better call.
awful scenes. Those who ran towards what was going on and helped are heroes.
Ed is the real hero in this one. Having to alter his lunch time run along the Thames to take in the delights of Lambeth instead.
Can't believe a thread hasn't been started.
We were all waiting for you to start the thread, Edward.
Can see Westminster from my office, so fairly close to the shenanigans. On my way in this morning, a police car was steaming down the wrong side of the road towards Vauxhall Station. Sirens and lights blazing. Then pulled up outside Pret. One can only assume to apprehend someone. Or to pick up that Strawberry Frapp and a melted camembert baguette. For the latter, this would not have happened in the days of the 'RA.
Aye. Seconded that Part 2 is da bollox.
Do you think Sasha looks at Danny Rampling now and thinks: "Fucking hell. I used to look that good?"
Lol at Sweden. Hope I'm safe boarding the train to Malmo this week.
Diminished Responsibility wrote:
Lion - Did not want to watch this, but Mrs. Rhouses insisted. Not a bad watch, the first half which is set in India, is much better than the second. Dev Patel isn't half bad in it. Mrs. Rhouses was crying like a big baby for a good 15 mins at the end. 7/10
A departure from your usual date movies? Thought you had:
2) Straw Dogs
3) Nil By Mouth
As your all time favs, for getting in the mood?
Always difficult trying to put together these ambient mixes. As I can testify. And it usually results in me contemplating suicide, followed by downing a bottle to Talisker and then giving chase to my missus around the house. I am usually dressed in her sister's pyjamas at that point.
This could well be a classic, Presto. If our paths every do meet, I'll buy you a big bag of Beef Monster Munch as a thank you for making a Monday afternoon at work that little bit more bearable.
Jackie. A 3.5/5.
I would like to elaborate on it a little. But I'd hate to ruin the ending for DuFunk.
liquitech1 wrote: smallman1 wrote:
The security guard where I work is Nigerian.
He's also Moses Odubajo of Hull City fame's dad.
His wife made me some Nigerian food for lunch last week, it was both delicious and spicy.
What a terrific story.
..the security guard's wife made you some lunch? Nothing weird about that. Nothing at all.
Was there a video camera, a wardrobe and your sister's pajamas involved by any chance?
Beijing Dave wrote: DuFunk wrote:
Calm you little pussy hole that is not the point here at all. The point is foreigners are coming here on a so called holiday purposely to use the NHS for expensive procedures, One doll from Nigeria built up a 300k bill and we don't really have a decent system is place to recoup any of it. No passport checks nothing in place.
Do you realise how much the NHS relies on imported labour, you uneducated fucking embarrassment?
I'd miss my mate Mark who lives there. There have been times when I've actually understood what he said to me, despite the accent.
You have an imaginary friend who is an ex-pat? Only a Scandinavian education can teach you stuff like that.
So many top tracks and Hanners and Smalls give it the Vs.
Loved this. Top stuff. The re-ed of that Villager track is superb.
Wouldn't expect Hannu to like this, so no surprise here really.
And a cellar with lots of leather straps and some sounding equipment? I think I may have met them.
Surbiton is alright you meff. Oh yes, it's so rough they based 'The Good Life' there.
Ted Kasprow. Norbiton Local Handyman's number PM'd.
Part 3 is all sorts of bossness.
Part 2 is really good, btw. Love that Ted Kasprow track. He also mends leaky roofs in the Norbiton area. Cash in hand ask no questions. Does a bit of gardening as well. Not the uphill gardening variety, I should clarify.
Aye. Really good that, Dan. And I'm not saying that in an Ed kinda way where I haven't actually listened to it. I did. And will listen again at work this week to ease the pain of the working day (and fucking annoying colleagues).
If shoplifting makes you happy Edward, who am I to argue.
We have a disturbingly similar taste in music Damo.
But in Damo's defence, he mixes them in a different order.
Great mix as per. Second listen now.
I got absolutely wasted last night and recorded a mix in the early hours of this morning. It's a selection of the bigger tracks that I have been liking lately with loads of melodies, wobbly basslines and a few vocals to keep Jules happy.
Part 3 - https://soundcloud.com/jaminsk1/january-2017-part-3
Where's Part 1 FFS? Instead of leading us all a merry dance of Part's 2 and 3, we need Part 1 to fulfil our shallow and shit-filled lives. I honestly can't handle this right now. Tax Return just submitted and I am ON THE EDGE and will be heading out in the rain shortly in my England Admiral World Cup 1982 silky shorts and a bulge to match. Kingston. Lock away your MILFs.
Caught Diggers there quite a few times over the years. And all were brilliant nights. Best night was the one where Sasha didn't turn up. Zabiela warmed up and finished and was absolutely amazing. And was even on hand to fix John's cabling situation which got out of hand with his sampler and was looking like the back of my telly.
So, great club on the night. Even if you were searched for chewy on the way in.
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