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(853 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Strictly Oxfords when visiting my tailor. Sports shoes outside of a gymnasium! Not on my watch. I do tend to find summering most troublesome however. Wearing flip flops reveals to all and sundry that I have feet like a stop animation creature from the Sinbad the Sailor films.

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poirot wrote:

haha of rather be disabled than wear basketball boots.

yeah, granted not really something I would wear anywhere other than a basketball court.

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poirot wrote:

fucking hell, someone call the credibility police for millsy and rhouses.

Ever the imbecile Derms. The Jordans and CP3s are the pinnacle of basketball form and function. Fit like a glove and corner like a dream. Open them up on a fast break and watch me fly like a gazelle.

This just bangs

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Rhouses. Here's your opportunity to rip into me. Go for it.

Bought these recently, for my chosen sport.

http://cdn.nextimpulsesports.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/Air-Jordan-XX9-TEAM-ORANGE-2.jpg

and

http://content.nike.com/content/dam/one-nike/en_us/season-2014-ho/Shop/LAUNCH/11-8/Jordan-CP3-VIII-Par.jpeg.transform/default/image.jpg

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Diminished Responsibility wrote:
millsy23 wrote:
Diminished Responsibility wrote:

What do you think of the trabbs Millsy? Would you rock them?

If I was a Nigerian exchange student I would wear them with stone washed Tesco jeans, white shirt (tucked in) and a 'London' cap.

But as I am not I would just say go for it mate, get two pairs, they look really cool.

lol.

Happy belated birthday by the way!

Cheers. I got several cheques and a pair of Yoda socks. So thoughtful.

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dutchy101 wrote:

Guy J just doesn't do it for me as a DJ at all. Still yet to hear a mix of his that makes me want to listen to another set of his. His productions can be great. And they can also be like his DJ sets. Massive hit or miss for me - and more miss than hit at that.

Couldn't have said it better myself dutch my son. You wait, and wait for his mixes to pick up, but they generally stay in first gear. The musical equivalent of Holby City. Popular for no discernible reason whatsoever.

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Hop_Head wrote:

You could rock the server room with these.  Or your 9th birthday.

lol. You could be the super cool  cardiac consultant on your ward rounds.

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Diminished Responsibility wrote:

What do you think of the trabbs Millsy? Would you rock them?

If I was a Nigerian exchange student I would wear them with stone washed Tesco jeans, white shirt (tucked in) and a 'London' cap.

But as I am not I would just say go for it mate, get two pairs, they look really cool.

I think they just have the rule for Ahad. And his mobility dog gets a seat too.

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Diminished Responsibility wrote:

Is poirot dermo?

No, you're Poirot, Rhouses.

Nick Sneddon wrote:

Does it contain plenty of vocal house stormers?

Gonna blast this out when Ive listened to Kevin and Zacks one

Nice Ewan Pearson remix on there but no real 'touch me down there ooh yeah' type stuff. Sorry.

Big Fella wrote:

Particularly like the second hour Millsy, well done.

lol. Slag.

thanks lads. Tune selection wise I just play what I like and seems to fit in the flow of the mix. I listen to a lot of music, so glad to hear you think I've got good taste in that regard.

I use 'downloader for soundcloud' Strudders. Seems to work ok in most cases. Easy to use, just share the link with the app and you're done.

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You can see what Ed had for dinner in those shorts.

You still working on that mix mate? Afraid I had to take your last one off my phone as it was taking up half the 25GB memory card, so looking forward to part 2. If you could include some bonus video content from the dungeon/footage of you trampolining/medical history report that would be great.

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(328 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

My wife asked me to get them as she likes the taste.

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(392 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Ed's tight 'I heart Melbourne' tank and silver hotpants brings all the boys to the yard.

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I used contactless at my local Superdrug recently while buying a bumper 'party pack' of sheaths. The lady serving me had just started her shift and presumably had also just  awakened from a medically induced coma, as she looked at me as if I was some sort of lunar sorcerer from the future. 'What woz that wot you just did?' she enquired, cocking her head to one side in a way that made her look like a puzzled newfoundland. 'It's contactless payment' I replied, not quite fully understanding why an employee of a well known retail brand had not heard of the technology that now powered her till. 'They fink of everything!' she exclaimed, shaking her head in disbelief. Indeed Sandra, indeed they do. Let's hope you get that teaching assistants job at my son's school soon eh?

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EDWARDTHECONFESSOR wrote:
millsy23 wrote:

The judge in the case described Linghorn's actions as: 'A sustained campaign of hate against a well-loved national celebrity that has caused unnecessary emotional turmoil leading to said celebrity shaving off her eyebrows and throwing herself in front of the DLR'. He then rejected Linghorn's mitigation of 'but the cunt was everywhere m'lud' before handing out a lengthy term.

The deceased's father, Charles, said: 'Cara's passing could have been prevented' before wheeling out eight more daughters he had kept in the wings for such occasions.

hahahaha..excellent work with solid foundations..

..Grand Masterflash once lamented "its like a jungle sometimes it makes me wonder how i keep from going under". With yesterdays news that Jemery Clarkson & Zayne Malik are leaving their employment , The hip hop beat combo sage words certainly resonated with me. Fortunately the Standard was on hand to print a double page spread on Cara delevingne to sate my emotional wounds. Moreover you raised the stakes even higher by now referring to her as 'Cara D'.My commute is now no longer a jungle, its the garden of gethsemane.

Cara's eyebrows are cuttings from that very garden, Glenn. A message from god to the people, through the medium of free evening London newspaper. If you placed all of her eybrow hairlets together, end to end, they would reach Jerusalem. Coincidence? Hardly.

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Ed getting shorts envy.

Not long now until summer Smalls!

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(328 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

wankers paying for their morning £2.30 train coffee with a card. 'Are you ok with contactless?' the kindly coffee man asked the lady. 'No, I would rather enter my PIN. You can never be too careful!'

Oh lol.

lol. Let's all lol at the funny lady.

I hope your coffee spills all over you daft breasts as we pass Woking at speed you fat bifter.

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(328 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

The judge in the case described Linghorn's actions as: 'A sustained campaign of hate against a well-loved national celebrity that has caused unnecessary emotional turmoil leading to said celebrity shaving off her eyebrows and throwing herself in front of the DLR'. He then rejected Linghorn's mitigation of 'but the cunt was everywhere m'lud' before handing out a lengthy term.

The deceased's father, Charles, said: 'Cara's passing could have been prevented' before wheeling out eight more daughters he had kept in the wings for such occasions.

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Unbroken1 wrote:
erik.b wrote:

The 3 of them will end up on Sky

..Clarkson, Malik and Linghorn, the triumvirate of entertainment

Hell of a sitcom that.