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    I'm on a train mother****er.

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    Nice one Diesel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GeraintIsMyHero View Post
    Rum & Coke is a winner, let's be honest
    Along with quite a few other things. ITSTL idea, rum and cherry-coke - might give it a try sometime in fact, could imagine it going rather well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard View Post
    I suppose some people are extra-sensitive to certain things, but I suspect this sentence would read more accurately as "mixing rather too much cider and rather too much vodka is the worst mistake I've yet to make in my short life" TBH.
    Indeed the quantity was the worst bit. Woke up to find I had projective vommited myself a new door poster and witha hang over to boot

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    Can tell that you two are southerners going on about all these soft arse drinks IMO
    I'm not even English and live in Yorkshire
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    Indeed but that post was made to sledger and Richard

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard View Post
    Nope. While others are drinking lager and whisky I'm unashamedly following ciders with Reefs, Bacardi Breezers etc. Couldn't give a damn TBH, and those I drink with have long since gotten bored of the tired cliches.
    TBH I would be happier with a chocolate milkshake, but that would look a bit weird at the bar, so I usually drink Black Lable or Windhoek lager.. Reefs are great but its like drinking Sunny Delight, probably even worse for you than Beer.. Add to that the fact that you look like a bell end drinking it
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    I tend not to give a damn about that either by the time I'm onto the stage where I'm drinking Reefs. I do things which are far more of a no-no-when-sober than drinking Reefs by the time I'm at the Reef-drinking stage. One such example below:

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    Stage two:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard View Post
    I tend not to give a damn about that either by the time I'm onto the stage where I'm drinking Reefs. I do things which are far more of a no-no-when-sober than drinking Reefs by the time I'm at the Reef-drinking stage. One such example below:
    I imagine that you're singing, "I aaaam the one and onlyyy". And it's hilarious.
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    The Filth have comfortably the better bowling. But the Gash have the batting. Might be quite good to watch.

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    Nah, that was later on, usually get it towards the end in that particular club. This one was either Return Of The Mack or Staying Alive (N'Trance sample-job not BeeGees original), not totally sure which.

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    Oh god, Return of the Mack is so dire.

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    Quote Originally Posted by andruid View Post
    I'm not even English and live in Yorkshire
    Neither is anyone else who lives in Yorkshire.

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    Ironic, considering the recent success of the BNP in that region.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sledger View Post
    Ironic, considering the recent success of the BNP in that region.
    what's ironic about the Banque Nationale de Paris doing well in Yorkshire?
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