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Re: Random Stuff # 27

Postby measurer » Mon Mar 11, 2019 6:20 pm

He sounds a bit like Labi Siffri
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Re: Random Stuff # 27

Postby LordRaven » Mon Mar 11, 2019 6:20 pm

Goodwife wrote:
Dean wrote:
Goodwife wrote:
Dean wrote:
Goodwife wrote:I am not. None of what you lot have posted is the truth


Your own words were posted you silly old Cunt :pmsl:



My words are the truth. The crap the rest of you are spouting sounds nothing like the truth.

That's your problem not mine :dafinger:


And the truth is you battered a woman in a pub and get barred. Chavvy little Cunt


For a week on an evening big wows :roll:

How long was your drink drive ban?

Never worn burberry in my life either :snooty:

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Re: Random Stuff # 27

Postby Lady Murasaki » Mon Mar 11, 2019 6:22 pm

measurer wrote:He sounds a bit like Labi Siffri


Bless him, he was shaking like a leaf but still did it. Tom Jones coined it when he called him a Gentle soul.
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Re: Random Stuff # 27

Postby Stooo » Mon Mar 11, 2019 9:29 pm

Slow night... :ciggie:

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Re: Random Stuff # 27

Postby LordRaven » Mon Mar 11, 2019 9:58 pm

Stooo wrote:Slow night... :ciggie:

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There’s a kind of wine you want to buy to appear more classy, like you look like you know what you’re doing. Not quite a wine snob but far from an amateur too. Something just above the usual bottles you’d buy. Deep and velvety, because dinner party conversation always flows better with red wine lips.

Enter Casillero Del Diabo. It’s an obvious step up from the sweet Blossom Hill of the youth and the flowing Lidl special Chianti you drink at home on a Tuesday night.

Its Cabernet Sauvignon is the best. It’s dark, deep red and juicy – with a delicate flavour of berries, if you’re describing it to your friends. It’s nicer than the Merlot and so much better than any white you’d find in any line.

And it even wins over some of the wine experts who want something cheaper. Fergus Stewart, private account manager at London wine merchants Berry Bros & Rudd’s explain, “it’s made in big volumes but it’s a wine at that kind of price which is easily available and certainly ticks a lot of boxes. I would say it’s a good readily available entry-level wine which is of decent quality for its type.”
https://thetab.com/2016/02/22/casillero ... wine-76081
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Re: Random Stuff # 27

Postby Niv » Mon Mar 11, 2019 10:03 pm



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Re: Random Stuff # 27

Postby Stooo » Mon Mar 11, 2019 10:03 pm

LordRaven wrote:
Stooo wrote:Slow night... :ciggie:

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There’s a kind of wine you want to buy to appear more classy, like you look like you know what you’re doing. Not quite a wine snob but far from an amateur too. Something just above the usual bottles you’d buy. Deep and velvety, because dinner party conversation always flows better with red wine lips.

Enter Casillero Del Diabo. It’s an obvious step up from the sweet Blossom Hill of the youth and the flowing Lidl special Chianti you drink at home on a Tuesday night.

Its Cabernet Sauvignon is the best. It’s dark, deep red and juicy – with a delicate flavour of berries, if you’re describing it to your friends. It’s nicer than the Merlot and so much better than any white you’d find in any line.

And it even wins over some of the wine experts who want something cheaper. Fergus Stewart, private account manager at London wine merchants Berry Bros & Rudd’s explain, “it’s made in big volumes but it’s a wine at that kind of price which is easily available and certainly ticks a lot of boxes. I would say it’s a good readily available entry-level wine which is of decent quality for its type.”
https://thetab.com/2016/02/22/casillero ... wine-76081


Nah, it was on offer...
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Re: Random Stuff # 27

Postby Rolluplostinspace » Mon Mar 11, 2019 10:49 pm

A few years ago a friend of mine turned up with his wife for a meal.
He brings in two bottles of red asks for a cork screw .... you're eager says I.
No you open the wine beforehand to allow it to breath.
Ok says I and instantly pour myself a glass .... what you doing he says?
It'll breath quicker out the top of my glass instead of that pokey little hole in the top of the bottle yes?
Oh it's done breathing already .... glug smile pour another.
His wife was not impressed.
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Re: Random Stuff # 27

Postby Stooo » Mon Mar 11, 2019 10:56 pm

Rolluplostinspace wrote:A few years ago a friend of mine turned up with his wife for a meal.
He brings in two bottles of red asks for a cork screw .... you're eager says I.
No you open the wine beforehand to allow it to breath.
Ok says I and instantly pour myself a glass .... what you doing he says?
It'll breath quicker out the top of my glass instead of that pokey little hole in the top of the bottle yes?
Oh it's done breathing already .... glug smile pour another.
His wife was not impressed.


I sorted this shit out on live fucking radio, stop your bollocks!
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Re: Random Stuff # 27

Postby Why no » Mon Mar 11, 2019 11:40 pm

Rolluplostinspace wrote:A few years ago a friend of mine turned up with his wife for a meal.
He brings in two bottles of red asks for a cork screw .... you're eager says I.
No you open the wine beforehand to allow it to breath.
Ok says I and instantly pour myself a glass .... what you doing he says?
It'll breath quicker out the top of my glass instead of that pokey little hole in the top of the bottle yes?
Oh it's done breathing already .... glug smile pour another.
His wife was not impressed.

Phillistine! :yikes:
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Re: Random Stuff # 27

Postby jra » Tue Mar 12, 2019 3:48 am

Goodwife wrote:
Dean wrote:
Goodwife wrote:
Dean wrote:‘Battering’ is even worse than ‘Clobbering’ :shake head:



Regional word


At least we proved that you did indeed attack that poor young lady in the pub all those years ago... :shake head:



That's not what happened :dunno:


Dean and co are always looking for morsels they can dine out on.

I'm very anti-fighting, but getting a moral lesson from a convicted drunk driver is a bit rich.
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Re: Random Stuff # 27

Postby Rolluplostinspace » Tue Mar 12, 2019 3:57 am

This is Paul Kenward, husband of Victoria Atkins MP who is the UK drugs minister. He grows cannabis for a living.




Victoria Atkins MP is now a junior Home Office minister with responsibility for drugs policy. She has spoken out forcefully against any form of legalisation or regulation of cannabis in the UK. She also rigidly maintains the government’s line that there is ‘no therapeutic value’ in cannabis. Of course, when it comes to her husband she takes a different view and, of course, she has authority to see licences issued entirely on her own discretion.

Ms Atkins spoke about drugs regulation in Parliament in July 2017:

“We are talking about gun-toting criminals, who think nothing of shooting each other and the people who carry their drugs for them. What on earth does my hon. Friend think their reaction will be to the idea of drugs being regulated? Does he really think that these awful people are suddenly going to become law-abiding citizens?” https://www.clear-uk.org/paul-kenward-h ... is-living/?
Isn’t it is her husband who is exactly the person she is talking about? He seems to be doing just fine as a “law-abiding citizen and Mrs Mays husband too?
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Re: Random Stuff # 27

Postby jra » Tue Mar 12, 2019 4:19 am

Got lost have we rolly? :roll:

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Re: Random Stuff # 27

Postby Gabby » Tue Mar 12, 2019 5:13 pm

No work now till Friday evening, and a full weekend too :smilin: .... shopping and pub lunch tomorrow! :canny:
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Re: Random Stuff # 27

Postby Gabby » Tue Mar 12, 2019 6:20 pm

10 years of forum crap :ooer:.... I really can’t visualise another 10! :paranoid:
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