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  1. WALES wheres that then mick, never heard of it
  2. where we going on holiday then this year
  3. <_< [Hey caz, lidl bip explains a supermarket chain. Its a cheap aldi lol bip. this evening caz i am now opening a bottle of good ozzie cabernet sauvignon that cost me £6 quid, well worth it, australian wine is so so good grape content. when i hiccup please excuse me and blame the ozzies hiccup again, thats the advert, try some bip and caz and stay off the beer.
  4. Would really welcome other forum members on this subject of wine or rip off britain! I know nottscops cant really respond to this one or we will all get booked lol But we live in hopes dont we people, he looks like a nice cop or dont he? sadly he should have been at the trip that night when angels daughters car got broken into. sorry BIP subject is now truly dropped love you ice, chrissie
  5. caz For a decent ozzie red around £8 and upwards a bottle. Its all the damn tax they add on it love, this is truly rip off Britain.
  6. hey Caz aussie wine good too, especially that red you churn out by the barrel, but here its expensive, same as the chillian red good stuff. Scooter boy could be doing with drinking some, looking at the size of his belly lol
  7. I love a nice glass of good french red wine not the cheap ones the good ones, being as my sister owns a good old irish pub in Brittany. Coupled with the wine sitting in the garden, slowly tasting its ambience to perfection. Wine is so so under rated in this country, come on you lot, try some.
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    Hey John my favourite subject as a once non believer. But most of my family now gone to the other side(if that exsists that is) none have appeared to me in person, just hubby and he is more sceptical than me until .... one day :o Where do i start, my best mate Margaret died of an incurable disease, not thru her fault however, it was passed on to her by her then husband. You can guess which it is, it started in Africa??? Anyway she died in her early 40,s. her family rang us and told me to sit down, they had bad news for us. Totally unprepared, they said she had committed suicide, and hun
  9. Hey forgot this principal, going in Nottm on a weekend, seeing the cops who look about 18yrs old, thats getting old John. When your kids start telling you what to do, how to do it and why! Making a fool out of yourself thinking your still sweet sixteen (ask cali girl she will confirm that about me). And remembering to log onto this forum
  10. hey hey, forgot the other one most importantly, playing sixties music to your grand kids, and getting em into it
  11. Womans point of view now men, HRT not mentioning the creams. Getting the names of the kids in the wrong order (demensia) Smoking more ciggarettes to aleviate the stress of age Trying to keep up with drinking with an eighteen year old Wearing articles of clothing you would not want your partner to see, ie, everything is now going south, turn light off. Eyes fading but labido in tact from my point of view lol. Having to dye ones hair, from choice i might add. Listen to your kids telling you what to do now (who is the mum) Lastly humiliation of going to eat out in restaurant and the waito
  12. Hey John Dont tell mad jenny about the turd thing in cars lol, remember the get together, maybe i should have left a turd for her daughters car near the Trip, the smell would put em off hey, and the car would still be intact now without the missing items. The other thing us meddars mates used to do was hide in "wide entry" that was inbetween Goodhead Street and Rupert Street, there were little yards off it, we used to wait until it got dark and hide, when an unsuspecting victim came down it we used to jump out and scare the living daylights out of em. How pathetic it seems now, especialy wit
  13. We used to tie two door knobs together with string, knock on both doors and run off. Also we used to get an old shoe box, wrap it with loads of gift paper like a parcel and leave it under the lamp post and watch for the victim to come along, pick it up thinking he had found a pressie, then hear them curse when they finally opened it to find an eightney.
  14. Hey guys you must try this one for summer in the garden, Picnic Pie, sounds yuk but try it hubby loves it, passed down from my grandma. 8oz Ruff puff pastry, 1 LargeOnion finely chopped and fried, 8 oz sausage meat pork of course, 6 oz cheese (mature) 2 tablespoons Tomato Puree 2 tablespoons White Breadcrumbs 1 Egg beaten Salt/pepper Milk to glaze Mix Onions, sausage meat, cheese, tom puree, breadcrumbs, egg and salt and pepper in bowl with hands. Roll out ruff puff pastry into a strip like sausage roll size 14 x 10. fill with above mixture in the centre of the pastry , Dampen t
  15. Wilford road, the Loco pub as we called it, my mum god bless her worked there, my x brother in law was in the 60's the Landlord, Ernie and Kath Hart. When i was 18 i did my first bar stint at the Castle Pub just futher up Wilford Road towards Castle Boulevard end. Me mams favourite shop on Wilford Road was the porn shop. As for eightpenny bridge, Deering School was over it and we didnt have to pay then. Another infamous pub was the Magna Carta, Wilford Road and Kirkwhite Street Junction, there was a blind woman who played the organ there at weekends and her faithful guide dog, i think her