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« Reply #21435 on: Monday, October 8, 2018, 15:27:20 »

Cheers both. So the North East "bad boys" still wearing bootcut jeans as their attire of choice? Whoever knew  Soapy Tit Wank
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« Reply #21436 on: Monday, October 8, 2018, 15:28:30 »

Is that the one where he actually punched the horse in the face?
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« Reply #21437 on: Monday, October 8, 2018, 15:29:17 »

Yep, got banged up.
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« Reply #21438 on: Monday, October 8, 2018, 15:30:38 »

Cheers both. So the North East "bad boys" still wearing bootcut jeans as their attire of choice? Whoever knew  Soapy Tit Wank

Some of us still wear bootcut Iíll have you know

How people wear those skinny jeans is beyond me
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« Reply #21439 on: Monday, October 8, 2018, 15:35:08 »

Tyne/Wear derby

Yes. Fella got 12 months. Had he hit the copper, he'd probably got a small fine. The judiciary like horses better than coppers.

They also through their establishment links like multi nationals, which is why 3 fellas got 18 months, for a peaceful protest against fracking in Lancs... apparently a public nuisnace.  Yet it seems to me that fracking is more of a nuisance, after all it is banned in many countries like Germany. Further a UN report out today reckons there's about a 12 year window on reducing carbon fuel usage, before it's too late.
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« Reply #21440 on: Monday, October 8, 2018, 15:40:27 »

Some of us still wear bootcut Iíll have you know

How people wear those skinny jeans is beyond me

Bootcuts have their place and well...whatever makes you comfortable. Ahh the old 'ankle huggers/grazers'. I do wear them on occasion but I first wore them aged about 12. Though now, the negotiation of tucking your tackle into them is somewhat a challenge. At times you feel like you're going full on 'Danny La Rue". It's because of this, I have a lot of time for anyone who considers the challenge of cross-dressing on a daily basis.
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« Reply #21441 on: Monday, October 8, 2018, 16:17:53 »

The rum selection in Asda. Some good stuff in there now.
I am very late to the party i have developed a taste for spiced rum. I cannot get enough so any recommendation are welcome. I've just stuck to the typical captain morgans and sailor jerry for now. I hear good things about Kraken.
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« Reply #21442 on: Monday, October 8, 2018, 16:35:11 »

I am very late to the party i have developed a taste for spiced rum. I cannot get enough so any recommendation are welcome. I've just stuck to the typical captain morgans and sailor jerry for now. I hear good things about Kraken.

Kraken is probably my favourite but usually a bit steeper in price. Foursquare and Bumbu are two decent ones I had in the States but have never found them in the UK.
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« Reply #21443 on: Monday, October 8, 2018, 17:51:19 »

I have been drinking rum for about 10 years now. Love the stuff - just check my twitter feed.

Avoid captain morgans and sailor Jerryís. They are too commercialised.

Kraken is ok with Dr Pepper. Awful with coke. If you want a good coke mixer, bet Havana club 7 year old.

I tend to drink my rum neat, and will easily spend upwards of £30 a bottle. Plantation is good. My favourite is the pineapple one sold in m&s. mount gay black is also a good one.

I have even had rum made with seaweed! Even Ron Jeremy has his own rum out! That is some strong stuff!
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« Reply #21444 on: Monday, October 8, 2018, 18:18:55 »

Apparently the bloke who owns and runs WIMs has a video going around involving a black dildo!

Just been sent the video. Does he not know his landing light needs a new bulb in it. School boy error.
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« Reply #21445 on: Monday, October 8, 2018, 19:49:13 »

I have been drinking rum for about 10 years now. Love the stuff - just check my twitter feed.

Avoid captain morgans and sailor Jerryís. They are too commercialised.

Kraken is ok with Dr Pepper. Awful with coke. If you want a good coke mixer, bet Havana club 7 year old.

I tend to drink my rum neat, and will easily spend upwards of £30 a bottle. Plantation is good. My favourite is the pineapple one sold in m&s. mount gay black is also a good one.

I have even had rum made with seaweed! Even Ron Jeremy has his own rum out! That is some strong stuff!

Admiral Rodney and Chairmanís Reserve are decent Rums. That said I brought a bottle of each back from my honeymoon in St Lucia and they are still not finished so make of that what you will!
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« Reply #21446 on: Monday, October 8, 2018, 20:25:01 »

I have zero will power when it comes to a decent rum.
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« Reply #21447 on: Monday, October 8, 2018, 20:39:07 »

Cheers Sippo. Iím happy with anything I can pick up in Asda.
Iíve found I can drink it pretty much hangover free too.
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« Reply #21448 on: Tuesday, October 9, 2018, 18:36:40 »

Ahh love a good rum. Straight or on the rocks is best, lovingly sipped. If you're feeling adventurous go for Pusser's or try a Pusser's Painkiller. My old Navy mate told me a few stories about that. If you walk straight after 3 you're doing well!

Woods 100 straight isn't bad if you savour it and as Sippo says Mount Gay is decent. In fact it has such an earthy taste it's almost like having a whiskey like Dalwhinnie or  Lagavulin.
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« Reply #21449 on: Thursday, October 11, 2018, 15:26:21 »

This is massive news if true....

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