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Re:The CHB in London... 2010/09/09 23:41:58 (permalink)


 
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Re:The CHB in London... 2010/09/09 23:52:17 (permalink)
A significant edit might be a really good idea here, GD.
This has been a fun thread. let's keep it that way.

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Re:The CHB in London... 2010/09/09 23:59:19 (permalink)
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A significant edit might be a really good idea here, GD.
This has been a fun thread. let's keep it that way.


Sorry, my perception is that it was harmless. Let's chalk it up as I'm ****ed? (and I'll edit, thanks Robert).

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Re:The CHB in London... 2010/09/10 00:11:32 (permalink)
So anyway, those english guys are nice looking chaps (no, there's no man-crush).

Oh, the other guy is cool too ......

(if i have to edit again please tell me, thanks)




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Re:The CHB in London... 2010/09/10 00:18:31 (permalink)
Good call. Thanks.

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Re:The CHB in London... 2010/09/10 00:44:29 (permalink)
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You guys crack me up.



What's with the hats?


LMAO!

I was gonna say you missed a cliche, but no the bus is right there behind me...

Nice work Mike.

I think one person is not going to like those hats ... that fur is too much competition ...

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Re:The CHB in London... 2010/09/10 01:05:32 (permalink)
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You guys crack me up.



What's with the hats?


LMAO!

I was gonna say you missed a cliche, but no the bus is right there behind me...

Nice work Mike.

I think one person is not going to like those hats ... that fur is too much competition ...
Okay, well I may have to edit my post again. But by you talking about "fur", I'm thinking this thread has "gone south", if you know what I mean.
 
 

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Re:The CHB in London... 2010/09/10 02:35:14 (permalink)
Hey, Guys,
 
Very cool picture!  It's great to see you all together, and it looks like you're having a good time!  Have a shot and a beer (or seven) for me!
 
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Re:The CHB in London... 2010/09/10 03:22:49 (permalink)
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Every time I look at that photo, Jon looks like he is rolling something.


He claims its a cigarette. I am not so sure.

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Re:The CHB in London... 2010/09/10 07:57:09 (permalink)
Really, I wasn't sure if they were hats or if the guys all stopped by Vidal Sassoon for a freshen up.

Still not sure.


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Re:The CHB in London... 2010/09/10 18:43:16 (permalink)
Oh Yeah... what a crew.  Meanwhile we're all waiting to hear about the pub crawl.  Come on... someone give it up.
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Re:The CHB in London... 2010/09/10 19:34:19 (permalink)
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Oh Yeah... what a crew.  Meanwhile we're all waiting to hear about the pub crawl.  Come on... someone give it up.


There has to be a party involved somewhere. Three band mates united for the first time. Hagist and a warm Guiness please!

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Re:The CHB in London... 2010/09/10 21:04:49 (permalink)
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so are you 3 just sitting at a coffee shop in London with your laptops all posting on the CH sitting next to each other?  you guys travelled all that way just to sit together when you posted?????


That's modern culture for you, I had to take my niece to a party and keep and eye on her last year. All my worries about her going off and having sex with someone went away quick when they all whipped their cell phones out and began their ritual...turn their backs on everyone and call or text people not at the party. Things have sure changed.


Oh Grant, that is SO true.  This is a statement about new societal norms if ever I saw one.  Not to take away from the 3 lads and their escapades, but this could have its own thread.
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Re:The CHB in London... 2010/09/11 00:16:54 (permalink)
So how's the food Bapu?

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Re:The CHB in London... 2010/09/11 04:43:28 (permalink)
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So how's the food Bapu?

The only 'traditional' food I've had so far is Fish And Chips. I've had three servings in three different pubs. None of the three were the same. Go figure.


I've had two different burgers. My Lovely Lady has had three. My second (her third) was from a place called Byron, their tagline is 'Proper Hamburgers'. About as close to an American burger as you can get.


A 'Traditional Breakfast' is included at the hotel. The sausages are good. The bacon is OK. The fried eggs (what we would call over easy in the US) were good. I'm not a baked beans kind of guy but I would never consider that a breakfast food, but they do here (at least in the hotel?).


I've had lasagna twice, one spaghetti and one shrimp dinner (not at the same time Mooch). No complaints other than price, but.... I'm in London and I expected food to be more expensive than my local eateries back home. The price you pay fro being a tourist.


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Re:The CHB in London... 2010/09/11 07:52:35 (permalink)
what?  no curry?

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Re:The CHB in London... 2010/09/11 09:20:28 (permalink)
don't forget the taffy.


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Re:The CHB in London... 2010/09/11 09:47:05 (permalink)
You've got to have faggots...

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Re:The CHB in London... 2010/09/11 09:57:22 (permalink)
Bapu: The bacon is OK



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Re:The CHB in London... 2010/09/11 11:42:16 (permalink)
The bacon is OK.


Methinks you need to use a good slice of raw tongue to tip off the chef that your becan needs crisping up some more before it is fit for Bapsuardo.

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Re:The CHB in London... 2010/09/11 11:43:28 (permalink)
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You've got to have faggots...


Don't you think that should be a personal choice?

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Re:The CHB in London... 2010/09/11 12:14:18 (permalink)
Ed - did you enjoy the War Horse?

 
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Re:The CHB in London... 2010/09/11 13:07:34 (permalink)
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what?  no curry?

thats in Rusholme,  machester (the curry mile) 3 hours away on the train.

but Ed's probably had "tourist" chips hehe (but they didn't even ask a born / bred Londoner where to get pie / mash / eel..hehe)... anywhere that needs to reinforce the fact they are "Proper" is a crock.. lots of pubs just fry up frozen chips that you'd get in a supermarket for convenience..

the best place probably in London , or one of them used to be a place in golders green I went there once.. it's not cheap (compared to others) but the food was lush.

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Re:The CHB in London... 2010/09/11 13:08:00 (permalink)
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You've got to have faggots...

Mooch said NO!


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Re:The CHB in London... 2010/09/11 13:13:01 (permalink)
mr brains faggots


I've never had em.. I thought they were just well.. pork meatballs

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Re:The CHB in London... 2010/09/11 13:14:57 (permalink)
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mr brains faggots


I've never had em.. I thought they were just well.. pork meatballs


so it looks like they're already rolled up, but do you "smoke" them? 

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Re:The CHB in London... 2010/09/11 13:20:38 (permalink)
thats in Rusholme, machester (the curry mile)


I always thought 'the curry mile' was the exclusion zone around Strummy's rear quarter after he has partaken a good helping of the Indian dish.

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Re:The CHB in London... 2010/09/11 13:24:17 (permalink)
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don't forget the taffy.





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Re:The CHB in London... 2010/09/11 18:40:05 (permalink)
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Ed - did you enjoy the War Horse?

Yes, we enjoyed it. Thanks.
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Re:The CHB in London... 2010/09/14 14:14:38 (permalink)
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Did bapu get to keep the hat?

No, but it appears I ended up with about 10 too many towels with the Hotel logo on them.*








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*** Actually it was none. ****






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