and this is the future we have to look forward too

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That bird in Southend has got great legs.
 
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Its not really a change from most Friday and Saturday nights.
 
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the_guru said:
That bird in Southend has got great legs.

I doubt the authenticity of that particular photograph. It can't have been Southend because if you look closely, you can see that she is wearing her knickers !
 
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Pielover said:
Feckin arrse wipes the lot of 'em. The sooner the revolution happens the better!
Whats wrong with aving a few beers? Don't suppose you've ever done it then?

Anyways, looks like a typical weekend night, so what? Daily (hate) Mail at it again?
 
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So this is what we have to look forward to then?



Just my type, too drunk to know what's happening... :twisted:
 
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It scares me how many lightweights there are in this country, can none of these fcukers handle their drink?!

The Brummie birds would get it!
 
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The_Rattler said:
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1103843/Have-bloody-good-year-Fights-arrests-giant-clean-operation-Britain-begins-New-Year-hangover.html

I am looking forward to the next 364 days :D
And a very Happy New Year to you as well, you cheerful cnut! :D

It's the fcuking Daily Hate. What did you expect?

Having said that, I'd like to wreck the bird in the little black dress going through the MD. :drool:
 
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These can come home with me!



All this cr@p is nothing new. The best way to stop it is to make people appreciate what they've got a bit more. I think the credit crunch and a good war can help that. Our grandparents had lived (or not) through WWII and never did any of this stuff. They valued their life and health too much!
If I'm too philosophical, let me know. It's probably the missed sleep... :roll:
 

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Kaye said:
These can come home with me!



All this cr@p is nothing new. The best way to stop it is to make people appreciate what they've got a bit more. I think the credit crunch and a good war can help that. Our grandparents had lived (or not) through WWII and never did any of this stuff. They valued their life and health too much!
If I'm too philosophical, let me know. It's probably the missed sleep... :roll:
:D I know many people of your grandparents age, the tales they have told me would probably give you a seizure you prissy, uptight, knobhead.
 
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trowel said:
Kaye said:
These can come home with me!



All this cr@p is nothing new. The best way to stop it is to make people appreciate what they've got a bit more. I think the credit crunch and a good war can help that. Our grandparents had lived (or not) through WWII and never did any of this stuff. They valued their life and health too much!
If I'm too philosophical, let me know. It's probably the missed sleep... :roll:
:D I know many people of your grandparents age, the tales they have told me would probably give you a seizure you prissy, uptight, knobhead.
:x Reading this back 'the morning' after', I was in a mood where only the selfdestructive part of me is able to write stuff...

I now remember that my granddad was an adulterating, drinking hothead who once tried to ram some cnut with his car... Plus ca change and stuff :)
 

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