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Love a Nike trabb, not those mind. The Air Pegasus 83 or 83 SD are the finest trabbs ever made.

Grant wrote:

Two weeks in Mexico at the end of August. Ridiculously, it's cheaper to go there than Europe.

And there's a reason for that. The hotel I'm staying at is lovely, food and booze are great, but the main problem by some margin are the 30 and 40-something American couples who think they're on some kind of spring break - there is EDM and RnB being pumped out everywhere and the swim-up bar is a massive no-go area - leathered yanks shouting their fucking heads of about bollocks.

I've also convinced myself they're all Trump voters just so I can despise them more.

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I've had an eggcellent night there years ago (think it was that Milo night Benson), but a couple of poor ones since. It's a bit grubby from memory.

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What's with the Diadoras?

Always considered you a master trabbsman Dave, but those are horrendous.

And Yant, those Adidas horrors are daps at best, not trabbs - shite.

Not for me that. I'm a gaming heathen - run and gun for me all day long.

Get out of it Wally - you've seen Superman versus Batman voluntarily, so you're opinion counts for very little, surely?! <insert winking yellow face>

Only managed two films on the flight, slept a hell of a lot.

Eddie the Eagle - watched that as a family, an okay feel-good film - 6/10

Spotlight - a cracker of a film and would thoroughly recommend it. Great acting throughout the whole cast. 9/10 and best film I've seen since The Big Short.

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millsy23 wrote:

By the size of the loops and the apparent angle of trajectory used to pull the knots, I would deduce they were tied by someone else.

LOL - where the fuck did that come from? Hilarious.

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Diminished Responsibility wrote:

http://thumbs.ebaystatic.com/images/m/mYLqrZ6oc8WentgsY-aIQ4w/s-l225.jpg

Picked these up in malaysia, too good to resist.

Fucking hell! You've got to be taking the piss?! I'd rather wear Loopy's proverbial tramp trabbs.

Big Sam out!

What a dreadful first call.

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Yant wrote:

Always thought there was something a bit "Stephen Kings IT" about good old Ronald.

It must be the clown thing Yant.

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Pull your finger out Ed, it's only 9 minute miles!

Suicide Squad?

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Hang on a minute, you've not done a sub-4 yet?!

ghostriddenhuffy wrote:
Grant wrote:

Just watched Vanilla Sky - got awful reviews and a poor Rotten Tomatoes score, but I actually thought it was excellent. I might be in a good mood mind.

Suicide Squad? I had to sit through the trailer when I watched the new Bourne film - absolute fucking bollocks - why anyone would even consider watching it over the age of 8 is beyond me.

Vanilla Sky offered an oblique stab at "isolation" and a grim, but oftentimes, darkly humorous take on existentialism.  With a resounding, yet dampened thud, the "aloneness" that confronts all of us is cleverly un-mapped and deconstructed to such an extent that you cannot but help to want to live life, instead of going through the motions.  Resigning myself to a feeling that we are all truly alone is as tangible in this film as awakening from a dream that for the first few minutes of  consciousness, you would swear that it was real.  Cryogenic Stasis or just a dream, the film leaves the door ajar just the slightest, so that the tiniest sliver of light pierces through.

Cheers Barry!

Just watched Vanilla Sky - got awful reviews and a poor Rotten Tomatoes score, but I actually thought it was excellent. I might be in a good mood mind.

Suicide Squad? I had to sit through the trailer when I watched the new Bourne film - absolute fucking bollocks - why anyone would even consider watching it over the age of 8 is beyond me.

MattBlack wrote:
shaunstrudwick wrote:
BedRob wrote:

lol


TBF any other team would have murdered Liverpool down the left side yesterday with Moreno playing, he makes Pascal Cygan look like Maldini, They scored some cracking goals though

Liverpool v Arsenal has been probably the most entertaining fixture in the league for several years now, mainly because neither team have a clue how to defend

Moreno is shit at defending

So replace him with Milner, yeah that makes sense. Can someone explain how you can go from beating Arsenal away to losing at Burnley?

Inconsistency?

This is a worrying trend Hannu. Although I thought the end was great.

Thought the same Fads

Edge of Tomorrow. Very low expectations to be honest, but actually, and against my will, I enjoyed it. 7/10

Off on holiday on to Mexico on Wednesday, so I'm going on a film fest

Bolton have had their best start to a season in 72 years.

LOL at Liverpool, that made my weekend.

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Lol

This is good ADEs then?

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It's never been the same since we lost Giant Haystacks.

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LOL, Ed's on fire today. Not literally.