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    Why did I dream I was in New York last night?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Craig View Post
    Why did I dream I was in New York last night?
    Coz you're in an Empire State of Mind?
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    Is Burgey derived from Burger?
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    Quote Originally Posted by G.I.Joe View Post
    Is Burgey derived from Burger?
    No, Burge, which i think is ye olde Pommie for "bridge" or something.

    But when I flew Lufthansa from Bangkok to London the hostie called me "Herr Burger" and started talking to me in German. So I had to tell her "I'm sorry, but I don't speak a word, and where I come from a Hair Burger is something very different to what you think it is". Sadly I was sitting next to my (now) work mate, so the nickname has stuck.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Burgey View Post
    Coz you're in an Empire State of Mind?
    I hope you grabbed your coat when you said that

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    Quote Originally Posted by Craig View Post
    I hope you grabbed your coat when you said that
    Yep, and the hat. BTW, Good luck with the job hunting mate - hope it goes well.
    Last edited by Burgey; 17-01-2010 at 11:55 PM.

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    Gah, Jay-Z references. Gah, I hope he dies, hate him hate him hate him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by duffer View Post
    Gah, Jay-Z references. Gah, I hope he dies, hate him hate him hate him.
    Why do you hate him mate? Not that I care for him one way or t'other, but that's quite some depth of feeling you've got going on there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burgey View Post
    Why do you hate him mate? Not that I care for him one way or t'other, but that's quite some depth of feeling you've got going on there.
    Might have to get aussie in here to fully explain but the gist of it is he's an unoriginal, overrated, up himself ****. His beef with Nas just the tip of the iceberg there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by duffer View Post
    Might have to get aussie in here to fully explain but the gist of it is he's an unoriginal, overrated, up himself ****. His beef with Nas just the tip of the iceberg there.
    Fair nuff. Suppose I've kind of forgotten what it's like to be so passionate about music.
    About 8 years ago the music played at my place started being the Wiggles. Only just starting to listen again regularly to grown up stuff tbh.

    Edit: I don't want to be rude, but I can probably do without an explanation by aussie
    Last edited by Burgey; 18-01-2010 at 12:27 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burgey View Post
    No, Burge, which i think is ye olde Pommie for "bridge" or something.

    But when I flew Lufthansa from Bangkok to London the hostie called me "Herr Burger" and started talking to me in German. So I had to tell her "I'm sorry, but I don't speak a word, and where I come from a Hair Burger is something very different to what you think it is". Sadly I was sitting next to my (now) work mate, so the nickname has stuck.
    Did you address her back as "Furr Burger"?
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    Quote Originally Posted by duffer View Post
    Might have to get aussie in here to fully explain.
    If you get him in, can you promise to keep him in here so CC and the football thread can have a spell of less dire?
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    ... How you can be having a perfectly normal conversation with someone as regards work..yet in your head be in a totally different place, having a totally different conversation..
    And I recall my fall from grace, another time another place..

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    Prince Wiiliam's motorcade just passed me heading into town. Vive le Republic!
    Would probably feel differently if he'd brought Katie along

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    Quote Originally Posted by vogue View Post
    ... How you can be having a perfectly normal conversation with someone as regards work..yet in your head be in a totally different place, having a totally different conversation..
    Happens regularly to me. Possibly because my job is so dire its untrue. Hardest part is suppressing the giggle when the conversation in your head its getting quite entertaining, whereas in the real world the manager is going through performance stats etc.....
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