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Ian Browne's trainers after a science lesson with Fred the Weatherman

I bet Jay's shafted a few units in his time

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Happy birthday mate.

It was Renaissance's last night at the Cross and a retrospective set by Ian Ossia. Loads of old skool classics were played. Gutted I missed this.

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Yant wrote:

I'd say more Nigel Slater than Jamie Oliver judging by some of the choices.

And the shaved coconut euphemism.

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Ncable wrote:

What's the point of shaving a bloody coconut, the young, fresh ones are smooth anyway. And far more succulent.

Rather pungent whiff of hammers about this post.

Defo has an Ian Brown vibe to it. Thought that myself.

Your top ten summer non-house BBQ tunes

DuFunk wrote:

Fatboy 'Praise you'
Daft Punk 'Da Funk'
Aphex Twin 'Windowlicker'
Inner City 'Good life/Big Fun'
Octave One 'Blackwater'
Chic 'Dance Dance Dance'
Mory Kanté 'Yeke Yeke'
Rhythm Is Rhythm 'Strings Of Life'
Primal Scream 'Movin'On Up'

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After reading Hannu and Ncable's tete a tete messages here I'm off to the veg thread.

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What's the difference between a chickpea and a lentil? 

I wouldn't pay £50 to have a lentil on my face.

I know they're not vegetables,  but I wanted to use this joke again.

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I bet Milly's knob stinks of roquefort

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poirot wrote:

Millsy having a right old Reggiano

Was worth a go. He gruyeres wins.

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Gutted he missed that putt at the end to win the tournament at -19.

My constituency is a Tory constituency. Since I moved into  the area 6 years ago, all the roads have been resurfaced,  the shops on the high St have all been given funds to modernise their frontage, the pavements have all been relaid, council tax has stayed the same since I moved here and my house has virtually doubled in value. Hmmm
No brainer really.

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The Druid's Nephew was flying there until he slipped on that landing. Really wanted McCoy to win that at the end there and going onto the last couple of fences he looked a dead cert. Had a couple of mates who had put £20 on the winner at 33-1. Cunts

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Got a feeling Rose is going to nick this. Incredible putt on the 18th yesterday. Speith showing signs of a nosebleed.

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Sweet - did £25 on Duke of Lucca at 6-1 (my son's called Luke and we all know a Duke here). Little beauty.

Howells was great. Really great. Much better than the last few times I'd seem him.  Only gripe is that he was doing shots with my little brother at the bar and the little cunt was sick all over the floor,  bed and wardrobe in my spare room. Gertcha!

poirot wrote:
dutchy101 wrote:

3rd track was Beacon 'Fault Lies' (Dauwd remix). Always nice to have the odd track when a DJ plays it in his set.


The standout track for me on Kumquats April mix. Superb tune.

Yeah mate,  that's where I got it from funnily enough.

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That's a Cardinal sin right there, Grant. You know how this will play out now, don't you?

Love that track. Proper summer boat party / terrace house at its best.

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Going to have a reverse forecast on 2 of my Cheltenham winners this year. Cause of Causes and The Druid's Nephew.

Also considering a few quid on last year's horse Balthazar King which came 2nd.

Is it crazy to not do McCoy on his last major race. Hmmmm?

What are you guys doing?

3rd track was Beacon 'Fault Lies' (Dauwd remix). Always nice to have the odd track when a DJ plays it in his set.

EDWARDTHECONFESSOR wrote:
dutchy101 wrote:

My particular highlight was stacking it on the dance floor epicly and scissor kicking some poor fella who came down on top of me. Poor cunt didn't know what hit him. Straight red. Reg.

hahaha...i can see it in my minds eye, the poor fella in a johnny kwango scissor hold between dutch's mighty oak thighs choking the fucking life source out of him as he heard the angels haunting lament during the breakdown on the 'Age of Love'

http://www.onlineworldofwrestling.com/pictures/p/peterkaye/01.jpg
what a way to go..

beats off the rock chisel being forced into my anal tract via mica paris's kid gloves on the captains wheel.

or indeed a plastic  bag, twine, 40 paracetomol and a bottle of tesco scotch in my bedsit surrounded by hate mail from my children and a council tax bill.

the art of self deliverance, dutchy style.

count me in..

Haha. The bloke was sound about the whole thing which was good.  His grey hoodie was covered in shit from the beer slops on the floor.

jamie wrote:

have read he played the Funk Function mix of Science Dept too.

Seems he may have read through the threads on here for idea's - hats off to him for that.

Yep another one that got played. The more I think about what an amazing night. So good