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If you have a spare minute would all of you that use facebook take time to look at this group [Link] It has been created by friends for Harry who will be celebrating his 7th birthday on Sunday, sadly Harry died last month from a rare brain tumour We are trying to reach out to as many people around the world to post pictures of hearts and post them on Facebook with the location and #Heartsforharry (important bit) we have nearly hit 5,000 likes so far Your help would make Harry's birthday extra special and always remembered
22nd Aug 2014 17:48:11 
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Thank you everyone
Thanks Kyle (and all). Will get those tickets booked I reckon.
22nd Aug 2014 18:39:26 
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Dons 1 pools 6 ( Wyke 5)
22nd Aug 2014 18:39:22 
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We don't make any noise at home unless it's dark
trig-I had a molar out in June. was in work an hour later, no biggy, just a bit bloody to begin with.
22nd Aug 2014 18:38:17 
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I'm limited to miller and coors. And that piss they call bud
22nd Aug 2014 18:37:24 
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Lidl are/were also doing Marstons Pedigree for £1.25 a go. However, this afternoon I noticed that Waitrose were doing it for £5.00 for 4. So I went with that ...
22nd Aug 2014 18:34:24 
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... and will soon be starting the first one, bb74 :-)
Westerhams Summer Perle last night in Weatherspoons. At £2.19 a pint. Lovely and light and citrus hints. 3.8% so easy to get carried away quantitatively speaking
22nd Aug 2014 18:33:30 
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St. Peter's Ruby Red Ale: A rich red ale with subtle malt undertones and a distinctive spicy hop aroma from Styrian Goldings.
22nd Aug 2014 18:29:20 
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Stop talking about real beer you bastards
22nd Aug 2014 18:11:58 
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Can we out my last post as a sticky please??
22nd Aug 2014 18:10:00 
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where is the pre match interview with NA that I normally watch with my cup of tea about now
22nd Aug 2014 18:07:31 
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tossers
Wizard - not a fan of Shepherd Neame beer. Bishops Finger is a headache brew ( depending on the quantity drunk)
22nd Aug 2014 18:05:36 
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Looking forward to trip to Norfolk in week - Woodforde's Wherry
Wouldn't go for brains bitter personally but being in charge of a warehouse holding 700 beers I may be spoilt for choice ;-)
22nd Aug 2014 18:04:02 
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Essex: Lidls sells 500 ml beer at £1.25 – Bishops Finger, Hobgoblin, Spitfire...
22nd Aug 2014 18:02:01 
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And has for ages...
STTA is the unofficial WUP Pharmacist, so go with him. [Link]
22nd Aug 2014 17:58:28 
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walter white space
Simmie - I can understand they might be against it but they shouldn't be considered a major influence outside the enquiries/inquest/prosecutions relating to Hillsborough. People who have a very emotional link to a subject are not often the best equipped to make rational decisions.
22nd Aug 2014 17:55:14 
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*outrageous post alert* - Why are the Hillsborough victims going against Safe Standing? Surely they should be for a safe form of standing. There is a tiny part of me thinks they are against it to keep themselves in the public eye
22nd Aug 2014 17:50:30 
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Simmie Womble
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You'll need a prescription so tap up Dr Wu or tell your quack.
22nd Aug 2014 17:49:24 
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The 8/500's over the counter are disappointing..... unless you seperate out the codeine and take it neat.
Haha I'm limited to catnip these days. Not much of a high but a definite urge to lick my own bumhole.
22nd Aug 2014 17:47:55 
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Trig - I had a couple out last year. My advice get some 30/500 co-codamols (which I mixed with a little marijuana) and you'll have a very positive few days.
22nd Aug 2014 17:46:02 
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Best to come off them after 4 or 5 days just to be safe.
That's good to hear!
22nd Aug 2014 17:45:37 
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Gulp gulp gulp
Yeah it's a molar :-( I'm think a 5.5 hour train journey with lager could possibly be considered resting, but if I'm going to hospital I do not want it to be in Carlisle...
22nd Aug 2014 17:43:53 
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Trigs wife says that's very rare and you will be fine
22nd Aug 2014 17:43:22 
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*take it out of you*
22nd Aug 2014 17:42:15 
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clarification space
Triggerfish - not a dentist, but IME if it's a molar then I'd rest up. If it's a wisdom tooth, then please get someone to film you after the procedure, cos it's often hilarious, in a high-as-fuck-peace-man sort of way. :p
22nd Aug 2014 17:41:29 
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the longer the root, the more it'll take you out of it.
So I'm due to have a tooth out the day before the Carlisle trip. A colleague yesterday told me he'd been hospitalised the day after having a tooth out because he'd swallowed too much of his own blood.
22nd Aug 2014 17:37:38 
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Just wondering whether to book my train tickets or not. Any dentists on here?