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    Quote Originally Posted by patsycat
    Even for me the large is just too much
    Ponce.

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    Quote Originally Posted by patsycat View Post
    I love it when i go to the pub in the UK and ask for a glass of wine. Then get the choice of small, medium or large.

    Even for me the large is just too much - its about the size of half a bottle!! A small fish bowl.

    I now go for a medium of medium dry. And the prices are high. Even here i can get a decent glass of wine for about a quid.
    I've just been reading a review of the (sic) 'Top 10 pubs in Sheffield'

    Every pub got a mention for cocktails FFS. Yes it was a young female reviewer.

    Don't go to pubs for wine or cocktails. Pubs are for drinking beer, an art which should be practiced without the need for children being present, or effeminate bar staff pushing cocktails.
    Women may be present and indeed they are welcome to imbibe provided they do not start offering opinions on sporting events or childcare.

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    I drink beer, a good pint of 80 shilling is not bad in Scotland.

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    Quote Originally Posted by withnallstoke View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by patsycat
    Even for me the large is just too much
    Ponce.
    No, and why should i pay five or six quid for a huge glass of undrinkable vinegar served to me by a spotty Australian?

    Thus, i go for the middle glass. In rather better watering holes. Where i can sit outside and smoke my very expensive bensons.

    But not next week. Frigging freezing in Edinburgh - 17 degrees. Today in sunny Swissland it was 36.

    I have to find some socks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by somtamslap View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by withnallstoke
    If the definition of true refinement is "a fat drunk who has spent the majority of his adulthood buggering livestock in North Eastern Thailand
    ...I also dedicated much of my time to masturbating in ditches, but I see you quite handily neglected to mention that little attribute.
    In ditches? Bloody shy fairy. A proper bloke does it on the top of the ditch, wearing nothing but a pair of ruddy great gumboots and an opened mac flapping in the wind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingwilly
    In ditches? Bloody shy fairy. A proper bloke does it on the top of a London Bus, wearing nothing but a pair of ruddy great gumboots and an opened mac flapping in the wind.
    FTFY Gratis,

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    Can someone suggest a suitable location for a pint to be served by this young barmaid?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainNemo
    Can someone suggest a suitable location for a pint to be served by this young barmaid?
    Looking at her knees she might be better suited to other purposes?

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    ^Chass if your in Sheffield try tracking down a Greasy Vera's Cheggy Burger.


    Remember Greasy Vera's? Memories of Sheffield - We ? Sheffield!

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    Wrong end of town for me mate, although I did work not far away in the early 70s.
    Living in Gleadless Valley you would be more likely to find me at a gig in the Compleat Angler. Only a 10p ride home on the bus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by klong toey
    if your in Sheffield
    Why would anybody want to be in Sheffield?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bettyboo View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by klong toey
    if your in Sheffield
    Why would anybody want to be in Sheffield?
    To watch the snooker ,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bettyboo View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by klong toey
    if your in Sheffield
    Why would anybody want to be in Sheffield?
    its a great town BB, some solid architecture in the town and the suburbs, adjacent to fine countryside and full of character.

    and if you are in leeds, try The greedy Pig on North Street





    for a superb breakfast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by taxexile
    for a superb breakfast.
    Veggie breakfast is always an option for southern pooftahs who get lost.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bettyboo View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by klong toey
    if your in Sheffield
    Why would anybody want to be in Sheffield?
    I used to work in Sheffield,it had a good muzic scene going on student night out Thursday evening beer was cheap very cheap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pseudolus View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by somtamslap
    Taste the wine:

    Unless it's corked,
    It does make me laugh as well seeing ponces go through this charade. Slap is clearly a man of true refinement that knows that a cursory sniff of the wine is enough to say if the wine is corked or not. As in properly corked rather than "Ohh I ordered this 50 quid bottle of wine and I don't like the taste so now I am going to say it is corked even though I do not know what corked wine is".
    In order to confirm a wine has suffered unwanted oxidation or has been corked, they are two different things actually but I wouldn't expect the lower end who revel in their ignorance to understand that, one would need to taste.

    Poor Pseud, too ignorant to know just how ignorant he is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seekingasylum
    corked
    I found one with an accent just like yours


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    I would say here i disagree with you i had good time there and would love to go there again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger
    Frinton on sea
    Yes ,In Essex theRd signs used to say Harwich for the Continent , to which the locals added and Frinton for the incontinent

    As for corked wine such matters seldom arose in the Pomona when dodging the ripper was a fine reason to escort the young ladies of Eccleshall all the way.
    Other than Australia which hardly counts nowhere have I found the ladies so willing, for what they lacked in sophistication they made up for with alacrity.
    How much deeper would oceans be without sponges

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