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    Gee, thanks for all that, Captain Bleedin’ Obvious.

    Thing is, not having been brought up with my head up my arse in the south east, nothing is ‘distorted’ for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    Gee, thanks for all that, Captain Bleedin’ Obvious.

    Thing is, not having been brought up with my head up my arse in the south east, nothing is ‘distorted’ for me.
    Brought up? You were clearly dragged up without the benefit of a formal education hence the sorry sad state of you now. Someone who is supposed to be an educator yet struggles to string more than a few words together and incapable of thinking for himself.

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    Maybe they should have had the referendum done on the basis of 'square kilometres who favour brexit'



    But tell me again about the million people who voted for BREXIT in Scotland, because it really does sound like lots and lots, doesn't it?



    You dumb fuck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    Maybe they should have had the referendum done on the basis of 'square kilometres who favour brexit'



    But tell me again about the million people who voted for BREXIT in Scotland, because it really does sound like lots and lots, doesn't it?



    You dumb fuck.
    Again as always you have no point and show your continued stupidity and ignorance with every post. 1.6 mill Scots voted remain, 1 mill voted leave. You claimed or rather made up that Scotlands anti Brexit stance is hardening, yet in the last GE which was after the referendum the SNP lost seats and the Tories and Labour gained. How many people in Scotland voted for remain parties last Thursday?

    Can you actually see what a thick clueless cvnt you are?

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    Quote Originally Posted by buriramboy View Post
    House prices are not cheap, especially in desirable areas, I generally have a gander on Zoopla once a month. Edinburgh or anywhere in commuter distance will cost a small fortune. Perth is decent value but start getting up into the highlands and not many properties on the market and again not cheap.
    Edinburgh is the most expensive place in the UK to buy a home outside the greater London area

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scottish Gary View Post
    Edinburgh is the most expensive place in the UK to buy a home outside the greater London area
    A night out is comparable prices to London aswell as I have a few trips up for the rugby every year. Stopped at the holiday inn next to Edinburgh zoo last time a few months and the Chinese opposite cost over 100 for dinner for 2. Food was probably best Chinese restaurant I've eaten at in UK though.

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    100 GBP for a Chinese meal? jesus, did it included a happy ending?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    100 GBP for a Chinese meal? jesus, did it included a happy ending?
    No just a couple of bottles of wine, think the dim sum starters were about 10 each. You've lived and worked in London, Edinburgh is London prices.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buriramboy View Post
    Again as always you have no point and show your continued stupidity and ignorance with every post. 1.6 mill Scots voted remain, 1 mill voted leave. You claimed or rather made up that Scotlands anti Brexit stance is hardening, yet in the last GE which was after the referendum the SNP lost seats and the Tories and Labour gained. How many people in Scotland voted for remain parties last Thursday?

    Can you actually see what a thick clueless cvnt you are?
    During the 2016 referendum 63% of Scots voted remain. 37% voted leave.....during the recent euro elections 62% of Scots voted for remain parties(SNP,Libs,Greens) 16.6% voted for leavers(Brexit and UKIP) and the rest went Tory or Labour.
    Scotland was and still is the most pro Eu place in the UK
    Last edited by Scottish Gary; 28-05-2019 at 04:06 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buriramboy View Post
    No just a couple of bottles of wine, think the dim sum starters were about 10 each. You've lived and worked in London, Edinburgh is London prices.
    so you spend 80 GBP on wine in a chinese restaurant? is your name TomCat by any chance?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    so you spend 80 GBP on wine in a chinese restaurant? is your name TomCat by any chance?
    No maybe 40 on wine and 60 on food. This place..
    Cool Jade Chinese Restaurant in Corstorphine, Edinburgh

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    Quote Originally Posted by buriramboy View Post
    No maybe 40 on wine and 60 on food. This place..
    Cool Jade Chinese Restaurant in Corstorphine, Edinburgh
    Corstorphine is out in the suburbs not far from the airport. Looks like they are charging the tourists city centre prices

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scottish Gary View Post
    Corstorphine is out in the suburbs not far from the airport. Looks like they are charging the tourists city centre prices
    Opposite Edinburgh Zoo and only 15 minute walk to Murrayfield. Have to book place gets rammed, dont book and you won't get a table and people from all over Edinburgh go there as is best Chinese in town. Service is exceptional aswell. 50 a head including wine for Edinburgh in good restaurants is about the norm in my experience over last few years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buriramboy View Post
    No maybe 40 on wine and 60 on food. This place..
    Cool Jade Chinese Restaurant in Corstorphine, Edinburgh
    looks nice, but a bit impersonal

    they have also takeouts

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    looks nice, but a bit impersonal

    they have also takeouts
    Unless you eat at the Holiday Inn itself which in fairness does good food in the restaurant you've got nowhere else in short walking distance, the take away waiting area isn't in the restaurant so dont have to mix with the riff raff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scottish Gary View Post
    During the 2016 referendum 63% of Scots voted remain. 37% voted leave.....during the recent euro elections 62% of Scots voted for remain parties(SNP,Libs,Greens) 16.6% voted for leavers(Brexit and UKIP) and the rest went Tory or Labour.
    Scotland was and still is the most pro Eu place in the UK
    Oh, did you have to tell the dumb fuck who thinks he knows it all?

    It's like a Tom and Jerry cartoon when he gets all excited thinking he knows something others don't...only to make a complete tit of himself yet again.

    Hint: Important part in bold.
    Last edited by cyrille; 28-05-2019 at 05:10 PM. Reason: trying to help out a terminally stupid poster

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    Oh, did you have to tell the dumb fuck who thinks he knows it all?

    It's like a Tom and Jerry cartoon when he gets all excited thinking he knows something others don't...only to make a complete tit of himself yet again.

    Hint: Important part in bold.
    Just when I think it isn't possible for you to get even more stupid and ignorant you yet again prove me wrong. Can you not even understand simple figures. 2016 63% voted remain, last week 62% voted for remain supporting parties. How is that support for remain hardening? Fucking retard, seriously how the fuck are you an educator even at kindergarten level?

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    Your 'point' has morphed quite a bit.

    It's now a speck of dust.

    Why don't you just fuck off and try annoying someone else?

    It's obviously your only goal for the day, and you're getting nowhere here.

    Yet again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    Your 'point' has morphed quite a bit.

    It's now a speck of dust.

    Why don't you just fuck off and try annoying someone else?

    It's obviously your only goal for the day, and you're getting nowhere here.

    Yet again.
    It wasn't my point, it was made up bullshit that support for remaining had hardened in Scotland made by you, even when pointed out to you with simple figures of 63 and 62 you still persist in making a total tit of yourself rather than just admitting yet again you dont have a clue what you are talking about. Pathetic parasite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buriramboy View Post
    2016 63% voted remain, last week 62% voted for remain supporting parties. How is that support for remain hardening? Fucking retard, seriously how the fuck are you an educator even at kindergarten level?
    Support for remain is actually hardening. Only 16.6% voted for Brexit and UKIP, 20% voted Tory or Labour.
    How big part of those voting Tory or Labour do you think are remainers?

    There is, as in England, a likeliness that Remain has a bigger part of those votes and that for a simple reason:
    Remainers are interested in getting MEP's for their own party elected since they hope that Brexit will not happen and the elected MEP will represent them for the whole mandate period.
    Leavers doesn't care , expecting Brexit to happen so casing their vote on the Brexit party instead of their own parties MEP.
    The Brexit party has with that drained the other parties of leavers so the votes for those other parties will contain an unusual high percent of remainers.
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    You do realise not everyone who votes for the Greens, SNP is a remainer? Tens of thousands of people who vote SNP still voted leave in the referendum. People vote Greens for numerous reasons, mainly they are tree huggers which is of more importance to them than Brexit in elections. Support for remain is not hardening at all and will lose a 2nd referendum if one happens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lom View Post
    Support for remain is actually hardening. Only 16.6% voted for Brexit and UKIP, 20% voted Tory or Labour.
    Where do you get those figures from?

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    ^ A few posts up.

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    Even more than I thought, 1/3 of SNP supporters voted for Brexit in the referendum. Figure was from an article in the Scottish Herald forgot to copy the link before closing it. Google is your friend.

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