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      Re: Off to the Pub
      Reply #775: Jan 26, 2013 01:28:35 pm
      Off to give me local on Saughall Massie two and a half hours of the best.
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      Reply #776: Jan 26, 2013 01:59:09 pm
      Enjoy mate - I've just sorted out a proper night out with my oldest mates which is a rarity given distance (as a bunch we're all over the world) for 22nd February.

      It will be messy but I can't wait
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      Re: Off to the Pub
      Reply #777: Feb 01, 2013 06:44:04 pm
      Back on the ale tonight after a dry January

      Smithwicks or Heineken??
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      Re: Off to the Pub
      Reply #778: Feb 17, 2013 06:50:10 pm
      That's me out of here, off to the club.
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      Reply #779: May 12, 2013 04:59:51 pm
      Off to the ale house for a game of poker. Have a good night all.
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      Reply #780: May 25, 2013 06:18:08 pm
      Off to watch the final and have a few drinky,s.
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      Reply #781: May 25, 2013 07:29:02 pm
      Off to watch the final and have a few drinky,s.

      Sounds like you could do with a few as well Andy lad, enjoy.

      Staying in watching the footy and boxing tonight because I'm at a Christening tomorrow down Prenton Rugby Club. Going to be a messy one!
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      Reply #782: Jun 23, 2013 01:27:55 pm
      Well back off my jollies' and going for a Propper bevie with the box of toys,taste buds here they come!.
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      Reply #783: Aug 02, 2013 05:01:41 pm
       :f_whistle:few scoops on the way mouth like a barbers strop!.....Gone!!!
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      Reply #784: Aug 02, 2013 06:12:48 pm
      Happy hour at the bar here - €1 a pint.....aaaahhhh that's better!
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      Reply #785: Aug 02, 2013 08:57:38 pm
      Happy hour at the bar here - €1 a pint.....aaaahhhh that's better!

      F**k wish I was over there with ya lad..

      Have one for me will you
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      Reply #786: Aug 02, 2013 10:14:39 pm
      F**k wish I was over there with ya lad..

      Have one for me will you

      I fear I may have had more than one for you fella!
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      Reply #787: Sep 15, 2013 12:56:49 pm
      Well i'm off for a few of the what we drinkers do!,just sad no game today and a bit on edge to resume footy after the break (HATE INTERNATIONALS)!!.
      Will like most be foot-tapping till ko tomorrow.C'MON YOU REDS!!  :scarf: :kop5cf8koxp6: :scarf:.
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      Reply #788: Sep 15, 2013 04:12:17 pm
      Hope your having a good one el b - I may manage a quick pint on way back from shops. Thats after I build a new PC desk for the eldest and hang the new blind in the loo.

      Weekends used to be about watching sport and getting p#ssed what happened?

      I used to lie to my ol' man about how much I'd spent on my new gear to wear on a Saturday night or how many beers (general rule - divide by 3 then add 1 for authenticity) now I lie about how much the f#ckin power tools I buy at B & Q cost!

      Deary me!

       
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      Reply #789: Dec 08, 2013 01:34:53 pm
      Right that's it i'm goin for a pint!..telly's crap,speaking of crap what time is the "blueshite"! on.
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      Reply #790: Apr 26, 2014 10:17:24 am
      Cant decide if i am going to the pub for this one got a touch of the old man flu sh*te and feel bloody awfull ,but thinking of us busting the plazzy,s brings me out in a smile, by one tomorrow i should be buzzing and just might make it there. How many amongst us thinking of the same?
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      Reply #791: Apr 27, 2014 05:09:43 am
      You all might find this amusing.  There are a few places here in Cincinnati that identify as Irish or English pubs, and when I go into one I naturally expect at least an attempt at authenticity, but usually all the Irish or English flag means is, "We're an American bar that serves Guinness."  With that said, the other day I left my office to get the payroll money to the bank and there was a place I've driven by several times and had never been in.  The sign identifies it as an English pub and they even have a Union Jack flying next to the Stars and Stripes outside.  It being supper time or thereabouts and my wife being out for the evening, I figured I would stop in there for a bite.

      I sit down and look over the menu and I see fish and chips, so I decide I'll try it.  When it arrived, the fish looked good but it was served with what we call chips and not what I would expect to see on the plate in a place with a Brit flag flying outside.  I called the server over and explained that I expected fries and she replied, "The menu says fish and chips and that's what you asked for."  I said to her, "Fries are called chips over there and they call these crisps."  She replied, "I didn't know that.  You learn something new every day."  I told her that if I see chips on the menu in a place that has a Brit flag by the door and calls itself an English pub, I would expect proper English chips.  She went back with my plate and was incredulously telling the cook that I wanted fries and I should have asked for them when I ordered.  So why the pretense of the flag and calling it an English pub when you can't even get chips right?
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      Re: Off to the Pub
      Reply #792: May 09, 2014 10:07:31 pm
      Does el batez not be on here any more?
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      Re: Off to the Pub
      Reply #793: May 09, 2014 10:15:39 pm
      Does el batez not be on here any more?

      No,he hasn't come home from his last pub visit ! :f_tongueincheek:
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      Reply #794: May 09, 2014 10:18:29 pm
      No,he hasn't come home from his last pub visit ! :f_tongueincheek:

      :)
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      Reply #795: May 09, 2014 10:30:06 pm
      You all might find this amusing.  There are a few places here in Cincinnati that identify as Irish or English pubs, and when I go into one I naturally expect at least an attempt at authenticity, but usually all the Irish or English flag means is, "We're an American bar that serves Guinness."  With that said, the other day I left my office to get the payroll money to the bank and there was a place I've driven by several times and had never been in.  The sign identifies it as an English pub and they even have a Union Jack flying next to the Stars and Stripes outside.  It being supper time or thereabouts and my wife being out for the evening, I figured I would stop in there for a bite.

      I sit down and look over the menu and I see fish and chips, so I decide I'll try it.  When it arrived, the fish looked good but it was served with what we call chips and not what I would expect to see on the plate in a place with a Brit flag flying outside.  I called the server over and explained that I expected fries and she replied, "The menu says fish and chips and that's what you asked for."  I said to her, "Fries are called chips over there and they call these crisps."  She replied, "I didn't know that.  You learn something new every day."  I told her that if I see chips on the menu in a place that has a Brit flag by the door and calls itself an English pub, I would expect proper English chips.  She went back with my plate and was incredulously telling the cook that I wanted fries and I should have asked for them when I ordered.  So why the pretense of the flag and calling it an English pub when you can't even get chips right?

      That waitress was full of sh*t, as you say the dish should remain faithful to the pub theme.
      No coincidence that crisps entail opening a pack and spreading them on a dish, while chips entail a lot more preparation and expense. Original chips require peeling potatoes, slicing and frying, even frozen chips require frying before serving.
      Saved her and her employer some effort and expense that oversight.

      Had some superb Guinness in Boston it's got to be said.
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      Reply #796: Jul 18, 2015 06:45:03 pm
      Well its that time to head off to the ale house , has everyone gone te total in here not a lot of pub goers , mind mr Batez must still be in one .
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      Reply #797: Jul 18, 2015 06:52:08 pm
      Really wish i was off down the pub, could drink a lake of Guinness tonight
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      Reply #798: Feb 22, 2016 03:44:58 pm
      Got a new watering hole over the past 12 months or so. Kabinett, on Myrtle St. Next door to our work, staff are sound, belting music. Lacks any sort of atmosphere during the week but come the weekend it's boss. Always end Saturday nights there.

      Bit pricey like but it's nice enough. It's a wine bar as opposed to a boozer. Hence why I have to drink rum and coke when I'm there, cos they don't do bitter.
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      Reply #799: Feb 26, 2016 05:58:54 pm
      Well it's that time off to the ale house two of my best mates waiting for a session Wales are playing let's hope for a great night , have a good night peeps

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