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    Quote Originally Posted by Hugh Cow View Post
    the pretend europenis
    ...so, you've examined a real europenis then...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomcat View Post
    ...so, you've examined a real europenis then...
    I couldn’t possibly comment on that, but he is correct that butters should have a much more appropriate username.

    Pea coq Perhaps?

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    Gosh, Tax, the papers seem to be full of Ford preparing to move out of the UK...........

    You read it here first, a long time ago.......

    Har, har.

    Got your Irish passport yet or are you just going to overstay the next time you fancy popping over to Spain and " staying as long as I like 'cos I'm English, innit".
    I'd rather chew my arm off than become a stumpy fucking pikey.



    Most of the motor industry redundancies in the uk and in europe are due to the downturn in diesel sales, thanks to impossible to meet EU regulations, the volkswagen scandal and the publics misconception of diesels cleanliness.

    brexit uncertainty admittedly doesnt help, but is not the main driver of this. nissans decision to build the x trail in japan is certainly due to diesels unpopularity rather than a consequence of brexit.

    we should have "no dealed" it the day after the vote.

    by now we would be trading profitably with not only the eu but the rest of the world too, and i could be enjoying fish and chips, mushy peas and dandelion and burdock in benidorm for as many days of the year as i choose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by taxexile View Post
    by now we would be trading profitably with not only the eu but the rest of the world too
    Is Britain to become a manufacturing country again or perhaps you only meant import from rest of the world?
    Last edited by lom; 14-02-2019 at 01:41 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by taxexile View Post

    we should have "no dealed" it the day after the vote.

    by now we would be trading profitably with not only the eu but the rest of the world too, and i could be enjoying fish and chips, mushy peas and dandelion and burdock in benidorm for as many days of the year as i choose.
    This is the bit I simply do not get when trotted out by so-called intelligent folk who really ought to know better but clearly do not.

    Two simple questions: 1) what is it that Britain is going to trade with the rest of the world that it cannot already do whilst a member of the EU that would significantly enhance manufacturing's current output of a modest 9% per annum, and 2) Why did you/do you think an immediate cessation of all EU/UK protocols, agreements and legislation would a) ensure Britain's trade with the EU continued without adverse effect, and b) permit continued free movement of British citizens into the EU but not reciprocate the same rights to EU citizens into the UK?

    Christ, Tax, you were a fucking dentist, surely you cannot be this stupid, can you?

    Or, are you really slipping into the gentle embrace of Mr. Dementia?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomcat View Post
    ...so, you've examined a real europenis then...
    I'm examining one now, at least it'll be one until the 29th of March

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomcat View Post
    ...so, you've examined a real europenis then...
    of course he has, he is British

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    again, what's the point

    Brexit: MPs to debate next steps
    https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-politics-47231597

    MPs are to debate and vote on the next steps in the Brexit process later, as Theresa May continues to try to get a deal through Parliament.

    A series of amendments - designed to change the direction of Brexit - will be considered in the debate, which is expected to be a routine procedure.

    But BBC political editor Laura Kuenssberg said the PM could be facing another defeat.

    Some Tory Brexiteers are refusing to back the government, she said.

    No 10 insists Mrs May still plans to hold a vote on a deal as soon as possible but Labour has accused her of "running down the clock" in an effort to "blackmail" MPs into backing her deal.

    The prime minister has asked MPs to approve a motion simply acknowledging that the process was ongoing and restating their support for the approach.

    But several MPs have tabled amendments - which set out alternative plans - including one from Labour that would force the government to come back to Parliament by the end of the month to hold a substantive Commons vote on its Brexit plan.

    Another, from the SNP, calls on the government to pass a law leading to the Brexit process being halted.

    Commons Speaker John Bercow is yet to decide which of these will actually be considered by MPs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NamPikToot View Post
    I'm examining one now, at least it'll be one until the 29th of March
    Presumably you are using the usual tweezers and magnifying glass?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seekingasylum View Post
    Presumably you are using the usual tweezers and magnifying glass?
    what no invective or reference to family members? did wingman put out this morning....nice

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    Quote Originally Posted by NamPikToot View Post
    I'm examining one now, at least it'll be one until the 29th of March
    ...so, still pre-op then...

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    £ now trading at 40.25 baht.

    If no deal then $1.10 on April Fool's Brexit Day is on the cards for sure.

    Once the Brit lower end cotton on to the realities there'll be tears before bedtime. Messrs. Johnson and Mogg won't be able to show their faces for years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomcat View Post
    ...so, still pre-op then...
    TC you know it, more trouble than its worth..... thinking of donating it to the Gent, he's had penis envy all his life poor little chap..

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    to go back to the people and ask them whether they want the negotiated Brexit deal or would prefer to stay in the European union.
    the smelly isles will stay suctioned to the armpit of the french

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seekingasylum View Post
    £ now trading at 40.25 baht.

    If no deal then $1.10 on April Fool's Brexit Day is on the cards for sure.

    Once the Brit lower end cotton on to the realities there'll be tears before bedtime. Messrs. Johnson and Mogg won't be able to show their faces for years.
    The Brit doesn't care that expat sexual deviants based in Pattaya are paying a few baht more for a ladyboy schlong. What they care about is wages rose by 3% and inflation is 1.8% thus people are better off.

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    What you care about (and want) is the pound heading down the u-bend and house prices in SE England crashing, so that you can move back there from that shithole you're in now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    What you care about (and want) is the pound heading down the u-bend and house prices in SE England crashing, so that you can move back there from that shithole you're in now.
    Ah look the potless pleb TEFLer chimes in with another pointless, tedious post yet again showing his jealousy and envy of me. This shithole I'm in now is a large 4 bed detached house paid for in cash in a nice Cheshire village. Must really suck to be you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buriramboy View Post
    What they care about is wages rose by 3% thus people are better off.
    3% based on 3 months of data from 7 months ago? But, in real terms wages are still lower now than 8 years ago so the claim "people are better off" is not vaguely true.

    In other news:

    British households are more than £900 worse off after the vote to leave the EU


    Economy was 2% smaller than forecast before the EU referendum, despite the strength of the global economy and the Bank’s emergency cut in interest rates after the Brexit vote.

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    Quote Originally Posted by foobar View Post
    3% based on 3 months of data from 7 months ago? But, in real terms wages are still lower now than 8 years ago so the claim "people are better off" is not vaguely true.

    In other news:

    British households are more than £900 worse off after the vote to leave the EU


    Economy was 2% smaller than forecast before the EU referendum, despite the strength of the global economy and the Bank’s emergency cut in interest rates after the Brexit vote.
    Foobar yet again showing he can't read and understand basic figures. I'm not going to waste my time correcting you again as you have still failed to acknowledge your incorrect made up bullshit figures from the other day. And basically you're even dumber than simple Sybil.

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    I see Mr Soros is panicking because people in Europe aren't happy with his pet project. Ungrateful scum, getting rid of the 'antiquated' democratic election system will soon fix that.

    https://www.bangkokpost.com/opinion/...elections-loom

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    Quote Originally Posted by buriramboy View Post
    Foobar yet again showing he can't read and understand basic figures. I'm not going to waste my time correcting you again as you have still failed to acknowledge your incorrect made up bullshit figures from the other day. And basically you're even dumber than simple Sybil.
    I fear you may be right BRB. It is indeed a sad day when someone is found to be even dumber than Cheryl. Of course that economically illiterate little fellow, the poisonous little public pen pushing curtain twitcher in Pattaya was the first to take that "honour".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    of course he has, he is British
    As in everything you post, wrong yet again you pathetic little euro wanabee.

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    Sterling baht exchange rate now - 40.14

    The worst in over 20 years and several thousand Thai wives will be sweating it as they work harder to send the money home.

    The worst self inflicted disaster in British political history is taking shape and will kill the UK.

    Quite exciting really.

    That's the problem when your electorate are as fucking stupid as a bunch of rocks.

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    and on.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seekingasylum View Post
    Sterling baht exchange rate now - 40.14

    The worst in over 20 years and several thousand Thai wives will be sweating it as they work harder to send the money home.

    The worst self inflicted disaster in British political history is taking shape and will kill the UK.

    Quite exciting really.

    That's the problem when your electorate are as fucking stupid as a bunch of rocks.
    I'd imagine the majority if not all Thai wives in the UK are considerably better off than you, have more disposable income than you and couldn't give a fuk about the exchange rate.

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