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Fuck off knobhead

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Game on

Good to hear your well Mr.B

Like the look of the tracklist.Not sure about the tee though smile

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Grant wrote:

Why did you claim to support Celtic a little while back?

I think DuFunky was talkin about NI.They play in green and white.

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poirot wrote:

Are you Ahad now too, Doggy?

He does like a 747 tbf

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fletcher wrote:
roberto wrote:

A concerning lack of black pudding chat so far...

As long as it is

http://www.irishpost.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/clon-h.jpg

Black or White pudding, game on.

Check out the little Spanish Morcilla blood sausages.Most excellent with baked eggs and chorizo.
Hangover brunch of champs,then back on the ale.

Ncable wrote:
smashdad wrote:
Ncable wrote:

I'm still shocked by the extent of political-correctness which governs everybody not named Farage. I don't really pay much attention to UKIP policies but on the immigration issue he's basically trying to push the point that there's too many people in this country, which is entirely correct. The enlightened amongst us don't really give shit about being surrounded by a smorgasbord of peeps from every corner of the globe - it makes life a hell of a lot more interesting, especially if you're in London.

Did you read this?  Which was written about this...?


That's a good article Smashy and yes I did see that Trevor Phillips doc...trouble is all these statistics overlook the brass tacks of daily life in a place like London, where in actuality people from all possible races and creeds work, play and find common ways to communicate with each other. I live in Walthamstow and work in Kentish Town - you couldn't find a more ethnically diverse work/home balance than that quite frankly, and my daily life is being surrounded by, and helping people, who are completely different culturally from everything I've been used to.

During my first term in London I definitely had an issue with the burqa and anybody out wearing one, but now I've talked to women who wear them every day I'm completely at ease with it. There's a lovely young lady I deal with on a regular basis - a new mother - and I've only ever seen her eyes, but she's sweet, friendly and polite. It's quite simply a matter of remembering there's a human being under the cloth and they deserve the same respect as anybody else. Yes, you encounter ignorant people with no manners from all cultures, but I deal with Bangladeshi's, Indians, Eastern Europeans, Somali's, Eritrean's, Caribbean people's and others of indeterminate origin all the time with no problems at all. I also witness this same behaviour in all the other cultures I see regularly - if the chattering classes think there's any sort of race war on the horizon they're fucking deluded in my opinion. At street level ordinary people don't have time for that, we're all just trying to make a dollar and a dime in this world, wherever we come from.

Heartwarming

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Check out all the health freaks

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Coffee and a smoke

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BedRob wrote:

Amazing how far a band can go on a couple of repetitive chords

Oasis?

jules72 wrote:

The one from Burning Man last year was epic... Was there a bpm one? Dont think there was?

Just presuming it was recorded as most of the others were.The 2014 one is pretty good also.

Klopp and Hummels to Utd I reckon

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steelydan wrote:

I'm sure one will sprout up

Yam struggling tbh Dan

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I'm finding it chard to think of anymore

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smashdad wrote:

Searched the thread in vain for a vegetable based pun - can't find a single one - hoping one will turnip soon...

Courgetteing carried away now Smashy.

Still looking for the BPM one from earlier in the year

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Candy beetroot is a good un to do Rob

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Heritage varieties I hope

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Rather fondue of these threads

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These jokes are really starting to grate

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Thought you lot were more mature

Just hope this takes Doggy to a ten pager.

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If you can try Winterdale Cheddar from north Kent.
Haven't seen it in the supermarkets which tells you it's good.
Makes a cracking ploughmans with a good chutney and pint of Ale sat in the pub garden.

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Good to hear BF's chippy getting a plug on the 5Live commentary yesterday.

Woof Woof