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Dennis Wise used to live round the corner from me. He'd to take his 2 great danes out for a walk. Or rather, they would take him for a walk. Was quite a funny sight tbf, this small, stocky chap being pulled around at arm's length by these dogs just as high as him.

Chug house has links to obesity

Mahrez is another

Yant wrote:
Squidgy wrote:
smashdad wrote:

Pedro?

Papy Djilobodji

Got to be Falcao, surely.  Fucker hasn't even played.

On loan
Has played for more than 1 min (unlike Papy) and scored goals
Has been injured (mentally, physically or both)
Yes, still very disappointing. Maybe he is best off going to the MLS.

Generally pissed off with that shark, Emenalo, and his shit choices. He should take a lot of the blame for the state of this season.

erik.b wrote:
shaunstrudwick wrote:
Squidgy wrote:

There are 4 types of men... Skoda, Audi, Ford, Ferrari. Which one are you?

i drive a BMW


And I drive a VW, so that's 6 types right there


Lol, well that went right over your heads...

smashdad wrote:
fadass wrote:

Memphis has been worst signing in the premiership all round this season, I'd say. Can anyone beat that?

Pedro?

Papy Djilobodji

Lol, someone's been on the beers.

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MattBlack wrote:
jamie wrote:

after the praise that people had given that Gotye bootleg in this thread I went back and had a proper listen to it tonight.

good lord - what a load of old tosh. the vocal doesn't sit right on that track at all. would have made a half decent track in itself without the vocal. anyone fancy making an edit without it?

You can actually buy the track that it comes from, its on the Habischman Ep on Selador

http://classic.beatport.com/track/dub-r … ix/7529553

I'm sure Comer mentioned something about this... can't forget what exactly, but it was something to do with it being free.

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Yeh, they're relying on the research that once you're in the likes you're there forever. Just unlike/unfollow. Done.

There are 4 types of men... Skoda, Audi, Ford, Ferrari. Which one are you?

Careful chaps... my 'Now that's what I call deep house vol 1' is on the verge of completion

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Boring wrote:

Don't know what game you were watching. After Willian De Gea was the most important player on the pitch.

Seems a game you weren't watching, Boring. Willian was great in a lot of plays, but again, his passing let him down massively. De Gea did some important work, but not close to what Courtois did. Suggest you watch it again. With your eyes open.

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I meant more that there were poor attempts, Jules. De Gea wasn't the best goalkeeper on the pitch today. Do agree, they're playing more the football they should be. Mata played a good game.

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that was a good watch. plenty of 'why didn't you fucking score' moments from Chelsea. Not so much from United tbf and the only reason they scored was because Zouma came off and Cahill had lazy positioning.

Seriously, why the fuck does Costa think he's any good on the left hand side???? YOU DON'T FUCKING SCORE GOALS THERE YOU CUNT!

Excellent. Already on there. Cheers Smashy!

Er... anyone? Moby - Southside (Pete Heller park lane mix)

Lol, don't start that again

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Koh Tao is excellent because half of the island has some action with beach bars, nice restaurants etc and the other half is quiet with a wee touch of paradise. Again, timing is key. The roads are a bit shit there too so moving round the island can be bumpy and slow. Hotels will do shuttles for about £4 per person a couple of times a day, but I befriended one of the taxi drivers there and got cheaper prices.  I might still have the taxi driver's number that I used which I can pass on if you go. I'd recommend the Montalay Beach hotel there. Great staff, great food and great accommodation (and great price) - the treetop/hillside rooms are the best, BUT no aircon... wasn't a problem for me and the fan did just fine, but might be a bit much for others. The beaches can be a bit shit if they haven't had anyone clear them recently as some of the crap people throw on the beach and in the water from Phangan and Samui can sometimes end up there. Another reason to avoid Samui. The water around Tao is lovely though...

The other thing to consider with the islands is getting out of there. Takes a long time by boat for Koh Tao and would be worthwhile checking out what your options are if you have an emergency. I was never that bothered about myself being sorted by the local meds, but you might think differently now you've got a littlun.

Koh Lanta is nice, but I only saw the backpacker side of it, so I can't really make much of a comment on it. You could travel there for a couple of days from Krabi which is also nice. Thing to consider there is the timing, because the weather in the gulf of Thailand can be almost the opposite of the Andaman coast at times.

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Glad you enjoyed it, Rhouses.

Wally - the only thing I'd say about a week in Bangkok is that it does feel like you've done some heavy smoking on the lungs. Particularly if you go when it's really hot.
Nov-Feb for most of Thailand is best when it's cooler and doesn't really rain. The littlun will prob appreciate that lol. Plus your pasty, northern skin won't get a blasting wink. Koh Samui monsoon is for most of that time though unfortunately, so you're probably looking at Feb.

Thought after parties were an anything goes affair since everyone's already spannered?

smashdad wrote:

Anyone got this...

... as featured on this,


It's fucking frustrating - there's loads of his shit available digitally all over the place but not the one fucking track I want...

Maybe send him a message on SC if you haven't already? https://soundcloud.com/ebeaudio

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jamie wrote:
Squidgy wrote:

Ernst & Young are certainly lacking in the strumpet count. Their walls are grey too. Ever so stimulating.

We were Audited by a couple of their ladies a few years back and they were both stunning.

Ah yes, "client-facing"

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Ernst & Young are certainly lacking in the strumpet count. Their walls are grey too. Ever so stimulating.

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Did you mix them or do it Jimmy Saville style?