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« Reply #20085 on: Tuesday, January 2, 2018, 20:38:19 »

Yep, add the Lewis Hamilton and O’Hara Davis recent twitter controversies to the list of overreactions
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« Reply #20086 on: Tuesday, January 2, 2018, 21:09:54 »

Fame at last!

https://news.sky.com/story/bell-end-residents-launch-petition-to-change-rude-street-name-11193060
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« Reply #20087 on: Tuesday, January 2, 2018, 21:37:06 »

There's a bell piece in Sutton Benger.
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« Reply #20088 on: Tuesday, January 2, 2018, 21:39:08 »

meh, people need to stop getting offended and outraged by stuff that doesn't matter.

fucking idiots.
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« Reply #20089 on: Tuesday, January 2, 2018, 21:51:43 »

Love it !.
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« Reply #20090 on: Tuesday, January 2, 2018, 22:03:47 »

There's a bell piece in Sutton Benger.

There used to be a decent pub called The Bell in Sutton Benger
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« Reply #20091 on: Tuesday, January 2, 2018, 22:05:46 »


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« Reply #20092 on: Tuesday, January 2, 2018, 22:06:20 »

Still is the bell house hotel in Sutton Benger.  A tiny village but it has the bell, the Wellsley and la flambe restaurant.  A lot in a little place.
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« Reply #20093 on: Wednesday, January 3, 2018, 16:39:07 »

Raw water. The latest health craze.

Apparently, drinking water that has not been treated for chemicals, pathogens and other nasties is good for you.

This can only be good for the gene pool.
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« Reply #20094 on: Wednesday, January 3, 2018, 16:50:14 »

Raw water. The latest health craze.

Apparently, drinking water that has not been treated for chemicals, pathogens and other nasties is good for you.

This can only be good for the gene pool.

I always take a glass of water to bed, sometimes I'll drink it, during the night, other times part or not at all. In the morning I just pour away any unused... it's water right so don't bother washing the glass. After a couple of weeks a red/brown (at least that's what I think it is) sludge starts to build up in the bottom of the glass. Fuck nose what it is... when I've had kidney stones in the past, I've questioned the quack as to whether dodgy Thames Water might have something to do with it, and maybe should go bottled, to be told no real difference.
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« Reply #20095 on: Wednesday, January 3, 2018, 17:14:46 »

I always take a glass of water to bed, sometimes I'll drink it, during the night, other times part or not at all. In the morning I just pour away any unused... it's water right so don't bother washing the glass. After a couple of weeks a red/brown (at least that's what I think it is) sludge starts to build up in the bottom of the glass. Fuck nose what it is... when I've had kidney stones in the past, I've questioned the quack as to whether dodgy Thames Water might have something to do with it, and maybe should go bottled, to be told no real difference.
Not the same but my Mums a bit strange with water. She will only drink bottled water. She buys the cheap Aldi stuff by the boat load.
If she has to use tap water, she will always boil it first.

Me..i couldn't give a toss, tap water all the way.
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« Reply #20096 on: Wednesday, January 3, 2018, 17:33:11 »

Not the same but my Mums a bit strange with water. She will only drink bottled water. She buys the cheap Aldi stuff by the boat load.
If she has to use tap water, she will always boil it first.

Me..i couldn't give a toss, tap water all the way.

Tap water is an amazing thing when you think about it.  My grandparents were probably of the generation that went from wells, pumps and springs as kids to taps as adults.
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« Reply #20097 on: Wednesday, January 3, 2018, 17:45:47 »

I always take a glass of water to bed, sometimes I'll drink it, during the night, other times part or not at all. In the morning I just pour away any unused... it's water right so don't bother washing the glass. After a couple of weeks a red/brown (at least that's what I think it is) sludge starts to build up in the bottom of the glass. Fuck nose what it is... when I've had kidney stones in the past, I've questioned the quack as to whether dodgy Thames Water might have something to do with it, and maybe should go bottled, to be told no real difference.

It's not sterile and not in a sterile environment.

Everything on the planet is pretty much 100% recycled anyway.
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« Reply #20098 on: Wednesday, January 3, 2018, 18:13:44 »

It's not sterile and not in a sterile environment.

Everything on the planet is pretty much 100% recycled anyway.


What is matter  Hmmm  Does it matter?

I've been doing it for years and don't seem to have gone down with anything, so it's probably benign sludge.
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« Reply #20099 on: Wednesday, January 3, 2018, 18:16:44 »

Raw water. The latest health craze.

Apparently, drinking water that has not been treated for chemicals, pathogens and other nasties is good for you.

This can only be good for the gene pool.

What is raw water, even rainwater is normally full of shit (acids, sands etc), do they mean mineral water?
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