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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    Mailbox registration will not be allowed for passporting,

    don't you read the news, it has been addressed quite a few times how it's not possible to do that

    everyone is moving out anyway, too late to go back
    I did read months ago this going to be the likely outcome and everyone already made plans for it. More who move out the better as I need a 50% drop in house prices in Essex.

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    Paris is getting the European Banking Authority

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    The only other realistic choice was Frankfurt and that really wasn't that realistic so Paris was a no Brainer. No one wants to live in Paris though apart from French speaking African illegal immigrants of course.

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    The English expat community in Paris is quite large, and let me tell you, they don't want to come back to miserable UK

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    The English expat community in Paris is quite large, and let me tell you, they don't want to come back to miserable UK
    The English expat community is large all over the world and obviously many have to suffer the odd hardship posting in places such as Paris. Rest of France is OK though hence many Brits retire there but why anyone would want to live in Paris is beyond me.

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    Does Brexit mean we can bring back the death penalty? Some chav cunts just stole my wife's car and have just discovered her emergency credit card, the police took 140 minutes to answer the phone and the insurance company appears to be located in Moldova and have a contractual clause which absolves them from paying for anything ever! If all these fuckers can be killed once we leave the EU I'm more than happy to make the break.
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    That's a bit rough Bob.
    Get yourself a his and hers crook lock, a good visual deterrent and act as a reasonable bit of self defence kit

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang View Post
    Get yourself a his and hers crook lock, a good visual deterrent
    Had one. They smashed in the windows, removed the krooklok, disabled the immobiliser, and off they went.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DrB0b View Post
    Does Brexit mean we can bring back the death penalty? Some chav cunts just stole my wife's car and have just discovered her emergency credit card, the police took 140 minutes to answer the phone and the insurance company appears to be located in Moldova and have a contractual clause which absolves them from paying for anything ever! If all these fuckers can be killed once we leave the EU I'm more than happy to make the break.
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    Theresa May and the Holy Grail......


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    Quote Originally Posted by buriramboy View Post
    but why anyone would want to live in Paris is beyond me.
    indeed you wouldn't know why

    funny how even bankers moving out of the UK all want to go to Paris

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    The only downside is the absence of pubs. Frogs don't do pubs properly and if they did it would be stratospherically expensive. Better they went to Brussels/Antwerp.

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    actually we do have quite a few Irish pubs and they can be very busy and lively in the week and the week-ends,

    need to get out more, SeekingAss

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    Indeed, it seems I have been away too long. Just did a search and there are many proper looking establishments. Do the Irish have a policy of excluding French chaps after, say, 1900 hours - they're fine sober but with a few pints inside them they become foolish. I'm fairly au fait with saucisson policies so no silly jokes please.

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    I think you can bring your own grocery, and saucisson, in all pubs there

    no bouncer to make a silly fuss about it, total freedom

    I have myself brought a few saucissons inside and never had a problem

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    actually we do have quite a few Irish pubs and they can be very busy and lively in the week and the week-ends,

    need to get out more, SeekingAss
    Are they called pubs or perbs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    actually we do have quite a few Irish pubs
    One of the major downsides to living in Paris.Why on earth would you want to go to a pub in Paris when it has so many excellent bars?
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    Some might be surprised that the people in Paris speak mostly French language...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrB0b View Post
    One of the major downsides to living in Paris.Why on earth would you want to go to a pub in Paris when it has so many excellent bars?
    well, actually they do provide entertainment for us locals

    I really like them, they are properly done, and quite busy

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    So the cabinet is going to cut at least some of the bs and pay up a sum approaching 40 billion for the 'divorce bill'.

    Twice what it said it would pay.

    Yeah, that's some hard bargaining right there.

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    yeah, being fucked and then paying the bills

    silly Brexiters

    fucking love them though, it couldn't have happened without their precious help

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    Ah but nothing much has changed in Crewe, so not to worry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    Ah but nothing much has changed in Crewe, so not to worry.
    Is there some reason as to why you haven't offed yourself yet, you boring tedious cvnt. Now get back to trolling the forum looking for people making spelling and grammar mistakes so you can pounce on them like the sad lifeless TEFLer you are. How many times on how many threads have you mentioned me today, creepy little cvnt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    So the cabinet is going to cut at least some of the bs and pay up a sum approaching 40 billion for the 'divorce bill'.
    A step in the right direction, innit?
    The missing 25 billion can always be billed as royalty for using EU laws during a transition period.
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    it's December soon, and still no plan, the cluster fuck is about to begin

    hard brexit here we go

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