Mellow by Zeb (Page 28 of 32)


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takestock
scooterchick wrote:I hope that ice bucket is nowhere near an electric cable.........

We should be allright Mankandy wired the telly up...... oh bugger, i'll move them
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Dave....

Posted 12 Jun 2012, 20:53 #541 

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scooterchick
Zeb wrote:
scooterchick wrote:
Zeb wrote:Sorry....she was just 'modelling' her new outfit so I could try out me camera settings....:D


Did you get all the shots you wanted? ;)



Oh dear....it doesn't look like it..:( Now we will have to do it ALL OVER AGAIN...:D

(Nearest Asda to me is 40 miles away...:()


Did your lens love me?
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Posted 12 Jun 2012, 23:02 #542 

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Zeb
Unquestionably ;)

Posted 13 Jun 2012, 00:17 #543 

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kandyman
Ok guys we are open from now to Monday, I got a fridge full of Magners and a freezer full of ice,

So bring on the football.
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Posted 22 Jun 2012, 18:58 #544 

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SpongeBob
One Magners over here, Mr K ;) :cheers:

Posted 22 Jun 2012, 19:02 #545 

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kandyman
SpongeBob wrote:One Magners over here, Mr K ;) :cheers:


This could be dangerous, 2 admins on the pee this early and all them admin buttons to press ;)
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Posted 22 Jun 2012, 19:03 #546 

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Duncan
What's football?

Anyhow, need to mellow out now as it's been a busy day. Sharing an oz red right now, if anyone cares for a glass.
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Posted 22 Jun 2012, 19:07 #547 

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Bernard
I hate cider, first thing that I ever got ratted on. It used to be cheap, that's why, 9d a pint. That's nine old pennies, y'know, less than 5p.
I'm relaxing now on the old Bordeaux.
I don't like signatures, they take up too much screen space.

Posted 22 Jun 2012, 21:26 #548 

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Duncan
Funny how similar experiences result in different outcomes. First thing I ever got ratted on was cider, cos it was cheap. In a barn, in Devon. Folks had given me a few pence because it wouldn't go far, but it did when it was the farmers own scrumpy.

Mind you, at least it was p, not d. Seem to remember it cost less than 50p to be , err can't remember.
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Posted 22 Jun 2012, 21:38 #549 

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Bernard
S'funny how you can remember things a long time back. When I first started having a drink, Cider was 9d, Mild was 10d and Bitter was a whole shilling for a pint! If my income had risen like the price of beer, well.......
Mind you, this Bordeaux is OK for the price.
I don't like signatures, they take up too much screen space.

Posted 22 Jun 2012, 21:44 #550 

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SpongeBob
I seem to remember the preferred choice of drinking was some cheap vodka and a bottle of cola. Usually consumed outdoors and usually somewhere "off the beaten track"... :gmc: Vodka and coke is still my favourite tipple nowadays though but it's not as much fun as back then when there was a whole group of us participating in the drinking together.

Posted 22 Jun 2012, 22:02 #551 

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Bernard
Spirits! We could only dream about spirits.
At 25 shillings per bottle it was way beyond a students disposable income back then.

This Bordeaux is well going down have I said that before?
I don't like signatures, they take up too much screen space.

Posted 22 Jun 2012, 22:11 #552 

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takestock
Quick nightcap or two for me, get the weekend off to a good start, now where is that cidre that Bernard won't drink ......
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Dave....

Posted 22 Jun 2012, 22:29 #553 

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Mick
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This is nice and peaceful. Think I might treat myself to a nightcap, a pointy one with a tassle. :) Or perhaps a tot of brandy. :)
Nope, changed my mind. Jamesons it is. Cheers.

Posted 22 Jun 2012, 22:50 #554 

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kandyman
Starting early this evening :)

Just having a nice refreshing disaronno and coke.

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Posted 23 Jun 2012, 17:52 #555 

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Bernard
kandyman wrote:Starting early this evening :)

Just having a nice refreshing disaronno and coke.



mmmmmm! That has prompted me to have an Amaretto and Baileys after my meal tonight. Haven't had one since we were last in Spain. Needs plenty of ice though, better give the ice maker a kick.
I don't like signatures, they take up too much screen space.

Posted 23 Jun 2012, 19:32 #556 

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takestock
Bernard wrote:
kandyman wrote:Starting early this evening :)

Just having a nice refreshing disaronno and coke.



better give the ice maker a kick.


Don't let Anna hear you call her that, :D Now pass the bottle opener for us real ale people :)
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Dave....

Posted 23 Jun 2012, 19:39 #557 

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Bernard
I never drink real ale from bottles so you are welcome to the opener.
No hospital visiting tonight so started a few tinctures earlier than of late.
I don't like signatures, they take up too much screen space.

Posted 23 Jun 2012, 19:51 #558 

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Duncan
Well have been 'forced' to share some sloe gin this evening. There's a splash left if you're quick.
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Posted 23 Jun 2012, 21:04 #559 

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raistlin
Ahh... Summer beer :) Golden Glory and Golden Champion. The only ales I'd ever put in the fridge.

Several bottles nice and cool now if anybody wants one. Half a bottle of Talisker left as well.
Paul

Cogito ergo sum... maybe?

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Posted 23 Jun 2012, 21:29 #560 


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