Phil Opian wrote:

Has your ex seen your new image? Might be a game changer.

lol

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(25 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

If you fancy popping down tomorrow folks, the night's called 'Statutory Frape' and I'm on from 2pm.

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(19 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

nitron wrote:
smallman1 wrote:

feedback!


Hopefully the electrical kind - wouldn't mind seeing the fat knacker lit up like a fucking Christmas tree.

Ed runs marathons and cuts a svelte, elfish silhouette on any dancefloor.

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(21 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Aoki reminds me of the 'young' Lo-Pan in Big Trouble in Little China.

Mind you, they all do.

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(21 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

I nominate Professor Stephen Hawking

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(21 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Word.

The current trend of introducing any video on the internet with copy such as: 'This old lady is about to cross the street, what happened next will make you cry' or 'This little puppy thought he would never see his owners.....what happens next will amaze you forEVA'

I believe the term is GERTCHA!

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(79 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Sasha striking out at Diggers again

It's a shame Sbando has got caught up in this ugly crossfire.

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(25 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Mr Boring wrote:
millsy23 wrote:

I was having an enjoyable day in the city, have just been fitted for a suit at Savile Row, grabbed a light gentleman's luncheon on the way through St James's, stopped into a public house to check on emails and see BF has reverted to type again. Well....You can't say i haven't tried!

Blatant "I get my suits fitted on Savile Row" thread.

My first time Boring. Most civilised I must say.

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(25 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

I was having an enjoyable day in the city, have just been fitted for a suit at Savile Row, grabbed a light gentleman's luncheon on the way through St James's, stopped into a public house to check on emails and see BF has reverted to type again. Well....You can't say i haven't tried!

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(25 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

what a horribly hurtful thing to say. I thought we had turned a corner.

Diminished Responsibility wrote:

I agree with the clunky part, but they've got the ortholite, ultra cush which make them extremely comfortable and light.

What do you even wear with such things? Dungarees? I wouldnt know where to start. Do you switch on cbbc and see what Dave Benson Phillips is wearing and go with that?

I once made the mistake of walking into one of those skater shops. I was greeted with a wall of what looked like corrective shoes and a couple of Eastpak bags each priced at the rather competitive £659.99. The clientele was mainly teenagers and their bewildered parents. And what's with the assistants in these places? I swear the one that walked up to me was from Mad Max. He had those horrendous earhole things in and I almost vomited on him out of principle. Nice enough chap though and was kind enough to let me know where the nearest burtons menswear was.

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(25 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

furry wrote:

No hotspot Millsy??

Yeah, but want decent signal. London can be shite in certain areas. Plus it eats battery. Might have to be Costa or somewhere equally vacuous.

Diminished Responsibility wrote:

haha They're pretty understated in fairness, that picture makes it look a bit flamboyant.

And cool.

Fucking lol Rhouses.  They're brill.

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(25 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Anyone know a few good places in the smoke to leech free wifi? Was thinking the South Bank Centre? I cant be arsed to go to my client's office as I'm in jeans and t shirt and would be looked at like I was maintenance staff by the suited and booted.

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(8 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

You need to uncheck the Strudders box and restart your PC.

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(36 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

I hate Baked Beans.

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(23 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

a grown man riding away on his mountain bike, doing that bow legged riding thing they all do. Says it all

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(8 replies, posted in Mixes & Free Downloads)

Big Fella wrote:

6.7/10

Taking accepted rounding into account, that's a solid 7.

I'll take that in a heartbeat from you Paul.

Cheers xxx

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gIzzE wrote:

Grabbing now, will try and listen to it tonight and give marks out of ten!! wink

Nice to get a grading system going smile

I'm going to start scratching all over my mixes like Jeremy Healy. That should fool 'em.

always game for a bit of gonzo voyeur DJ grot to be fair.

Yant wrote:
millsy23 wrote:

Finnebassen's Essential Mix. It's rather good.

Not bad.  A bit dull in places but defo worth a listen.

A fair enough assessment Jase. Thought the final hour was quality.

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New mix of mine featuring some music that I have rated of late. Some of which you may have heard, some of which possibly not. As usual all feedback welcome, good or bad. I can take it.

https://soundcloud.com/themills23/mixed-nuts

Tracks:

1. Barnt - what is a number, that a man may know it?
2. Morgan Visconti - Ride (Antenna Happy mix)
3. Eddie Matos - Hypnotized (Dubtribe Sound System mix)
4. Manuel Tur - Ara Aram
5. Pional - It's all over (John Talabot's Stormbreak Refix)
6. Nick Stoynoff - Berghain (Scotty A remix)
7. Doctor Dru - Alpha Ray
8. Marcus Gibb - Old Stars (Victor Munhoz mix)
9. Bourne - Runaway (Analog Trip mix)
10. Rework - Rise and Fall
11. Karl Friedrich - Claps
12. Tiefschwarz feat Ruede Hagelstein - Fire it out
13. Area Forty One - Nocturnal Passions part1
14. Clint Stewart, Marceiille - Look into the sun

https://soundcloud.com/themills23/mixed-nuts