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    where does he stick the chicken?

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    Pats, have you been at the meths again?
    Quote Originally Posted by withnallstoke
    Doncaster.....
    Is that the best picture you could find/

    You can see my office in the Croydon pic. It's on George Street. Some people call it wetherspoons.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJ Pat View Post
    I visited London in dec 2005 and took the train from Gatwick and changed at East Croydon. I stood on the platform with my luggage, it was cold, damp, surrounded by miserable looking commuters and hadn't slept for about 18hrs ..I was so fucking pissed off ...Croydon is one of the arseholes of the UK
    It's developing nicely these days. Several developments are underway. The trams are already there which makes it feel like being a French city.




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    Slap , the Welsh snooker final starts at 1pm , Ronnie O'Sullivan to play Neil Robertson in Welsh Open final , Ronnie has been playing great snooker all week it's going to be a great match , get yourself a few beers and watch it .

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    Quote Originally Posted by somtamslap
    A year or so - but a lot depends on the children. They have taken quite a shine to the UK and I'm very happy with the education they get here.
    I said something similar over 10 years ago

    Get on the Polish lager like a car bonnet.

    4pm FA cup watch City beat Chelsea, snookers not a bad idea if you fancy a siesta.

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    Quote Originally Posted by somtamslap
    I've chanced upon Burmese peasants masturbating in ditches

    lucked upon

    sought out

    found after careful deliberation

    frequented with

    been enthralled by...


    Tell the fukin truth man!!! Chanced upon, bolloks...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bettyboo
    Chanced upon, bolloks...
    A small amount of baht may or may not have changed hands.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Henrie View Post
    It's developing nicely these days. Several developments are underway. The tramps are already there which makes it feel like being a French city.
    A French developing city. Great.
    Only thing missing are illegall stowaways

    How many alcoholic Polish blokes loitering about?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kurgen
    stick the chicken
    Quote Originally Posted by somtamslap
    office in the Croydon
    Quote Originally Posted by Henrie
    French city
    Quote Originally Posted by snakeeyes
    Welsh snooker
    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang
    Polish lager


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    I can honestly say I'd never seen anything like that chicken man. Obviously been in the barn yard too long.

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    Quote Originally Posted by snakeeyes
    Slap , the Welsh snooker final starts at 1pm
    I'm saving my snooker up for the masters - it's the only one that counts


    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang
    I said something similar over 10 years ago
    Well, doubtless you've done the right thing - but it begs the question: are you ever gonna go Siamese side? Permanently.

    ^^Has witnnall been on the lash? It's sunday, withnall. Observe the Sabbath and keep in holy for christ sake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bettyboo
    Tell the fukin truth man!!! Chanced upon, bolloks...
    You can't handle the truth, Betsy.

    Oh, if you must.

    Betsy, I was one of those masturbating Burmese peasants. I, Betsy, was pulling my plonker in a ditch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by somtamslap View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Bettyboo
    Tell the fukin truth man!!! Chanced upon, bolloks...
    You can't handle the truth, Betsy.

    Oh, if you must.

    Betsy, I was one of those masturbating Burmese peasants. I, Betsy, was pulling my plonker in a ditch.
    It's a man's right to pull ones plonker in a ditch.

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    ^ Quite right too. What a man does in the privacy of his own ditch is nobody else's business.

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    I lived in Thailand for best part of 10 years 1999-2009 and never thought I'd leave but I did mainly because daughter was 5 and had had 1 year of education in a Thai private school and that was enough for me plus my mother had cancer, when got back to the UK it was me who hated it and struggled to adjust after 10 years away. Daughter was straight in school, settled and loving it, misses started working after about a month and loving it, just me who fukin hated the place, but as time has gone on (7 years now) my attitude has changed and the desire to return full time to Thailand has gone which was always the plan after daughter finished her education, I've gone all smeg and would much prefer Southern Europe now and having taken the misses and kid for a few trips to Spain and the Canaries, they now seem to like that idea better too. But daughter is only 12 and a lot can change in the next 10 years.

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    That's what's got me thinking the education
    But they have an idyllic life there, I don't have much family in the UK
    I'm just not sure I assume my wife would hate it but kids adapt
    It's a nagging problem I can't work out

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimbobs View Post
    That's what's got me thinking the education
    But they have an idyllic life there, I don't have much family in the UK
    I'm just not sure I assume my wife would hate it but kids adapt
    It's a nagging problem I can't work out
    My wife and daughter had never set foot in the UK before we moved here and naturally I was worried about certain things but as it turned out I had fuk all to worry about as I guess was an adventure and could always have moved back if didn't work out but was best thing I ever did, only regret is that I didn't do it a few years earlier than I did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by somtamslap
    Has witnnall been on the lash? It's sunday, withnall. Observe the Sabbath and keep in holy for christ sake
    I should imagine he'll be potting the pink, brown and black as we speak.


    Quote Originally Posted by somtamslap
    but it begs the question: are you ever gonna go Siamese side? Permanently
    Maybe spend our retirement winters there, six months on and six months off.
    Still retaining our U.K rights.
    I can not see our children settling back there as they don't speak the lingo and personally i would see it as a step backward for them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by somtamslap
    Has witnnall been on the lash? It's sunday, withnall. Observe the Sabbath and keep in holy for christ sake.
    Big Thai religious holiday today, (Makha Bucha Day) so no alcohol sales today. He will be stoking up the boiler with Chang to ensure he maintains a suitable level of blood alcohol to last him until the wrappers come off the 7/11 coolers tomorrow morning.

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    Busted.

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    I'll likely test the waters later today- usually no ploblem getting a bottle of beer or two in the village, no matter what the day.

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    Maybe spend our retirement winters there, six months on and six months off.
    Still retaining our U.K rights.
    that is the way to do it.


    I've gone all smeg and would much prefer Southern Europe
    me too. thailand is a dead end, and the more westernised it becomes, the deader it gets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buriramboy View Post
    I lived in Thailand for best part of 10 years 1999-2009 and never thought I'd leave but I did mainly because daughter was 5 and had had 1 year of education in a Thai private school and that was enough for me plus my mother had cancer, when got back to the UK it was me who hated it and struggled to adjust after 10 years away. Daughter was straight in school, settled and loving it, misses started working after about a month and loving it, just me who fukin hated the place, but as time has gone on (7 years now) my attitude has changed and the desire to return full time to Thailand has gone which was always the plan after daughter finished her education, I've gone all smeg and would much prefer Southern Europe now and having taken the misses and kid for a few trips to Spain and the Canaries, they now seem to like that idea better too. But daughter is only 12 and a lot can change in the next 10 years.
    Find a job in Gibraltar, the British beach town in the Spanish sun. There are good free British schools there for your daughter. No need to wait 10 years.

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    I just remembered going to the home office in Croydon in 1999 with my wife

    For some reason, after that our marriage started going downhill

    Can't think why!!!!

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    lunar house?

    i had to go there with my wife for an interview. about 1995.

    they took us into separate rooms and asked us both personal questions about each other.

    took 10 minutes, and a month later she had indefinite leave to remain, the uk passport came automatically 5 years later. didnt cost a penny, apart from the regular passport fee.

    so easy.

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