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    As a nipper I apparently had a penchant for a Snowball or three, sans cherry obviously. And I used to knock-up cocktails at an outside bar business I helped set-up in 89 and with that sort of thing you have to sample to get the right mix, so grew fond of the cream-based blends at that time.

    But no, I love cream liqueurs of all sorts and was recently lashed on some of that Sidekick stuff. I make no excuses or apologies.

    I don't and have never sucked cock or owt...

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    Flying to the Dominican Republic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lord Greenville View Post
    *Maybe with a Bailey's chaser...
    *gags! Heaves...*

    Bailey's is just wrong, fella. How could you?
    Was going to comment, but had a penchant for the stuff myself a few years ago. Well there is whisky in there somewhere, and i'd drink a bit at the start of the night to put a lining on my stomach.

    This stuff is very nice on a similar tip but dangerously strong at 30% as is v.drinkable. Good malt as well.

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    Pole dancing

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lord Greenville View Post
    Bailey's is just wrong, fella. How could you?
    I concur...I've even resorted to drinking the bottle of cooking brandy when I ran out of booze...but the missus' bottle of baileys will remain forever untouched

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    oooh get the forum software that spots slightly naughty words and won't show your post until it has been approved.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luke. View Post
    oooh get the forum software that spots slightly naughty words and won't show your post until it has been approved.

    There was a climbing forum once that edited Scunthorpe :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by BHB 10.6.6 View Post
    There was a climbing forum once that edited Scunthorpe :-)
    Rudeness aside, Scunthorpe really does need editing...................from the face of the Earth would be a start.................along with Slough, Swindon and Burnley.

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    Back sorting itself out.

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    In a previous job the software wouldn't allow words such as scunthorpe which was great when we needed to access maps and details for clients in the area.

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    I'm looking forward to the sun coming out and the rain going away!

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    May: What are you most looking forward to? - this bloody site to work properly! I'm trying to PM Dalesman and apparently he doesn't exist! Now I may be getting on a bit but I know that he does. No, really.
    Anyhoo, DM, if you do exist, a Sunday pass has been secured. *Can't access SpaceBook at work*

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    Yes sorry M'Lud what time Sunday not too early. Got a nice little route planned. Yet to get Sandy but I'd think 11:00 ish

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    less tumbleweed

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sniper View Post
    I'm looking forward to the sun coming out and the rain going away!
    hear,hear..
    me too..

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    The bad weather forecast for Monday, I'm working hopefully it will keep all the numpties at homewatching TV.

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