A bit council (Vol 4)

A bit council (Vol 4)

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NoVetec

9,933 posts

128 months

Wednesday 6th March 2019
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Different endz fam.

ETA: Oh and I once again potentially nominate myself for being council. I drink too many ice coffees.

Are ice coffees council?

V8mate

43,747 posts

144 months

Wednesday 6th March 2019
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Frank7 said:
V8mate said:
Roofless Toothless said:
When I lived in Ilford I used to get infuriated by the people who would insist on calling that road Green Lanes, like there were two of them. Why? I can only think it was council.
Probably because of this

https://www.google.com/maps/place/Green+Lanes,+Lon...

And there are others in London too.
Don’t jump down my throat, but the one in Ilford IS Green Lane, the one pictured, in Finsbury Park and Harringay is Green Lanes though.
I'm aware of the difference. I was offering it as a suggestion as to why people might 'mis-say' Green Lane, what with Green Lanes being a very well-known London route.

nonsequitur

13,101 posts

71 months

Wednesday 6th March 2019
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captain_cynic said:
BigMon said:
Frank7 said:
Shudder, makes me glad that I live in relatively chav free deepest darkest Rotherhithe, where even when nutty Millwall fans kick off, I feel that it’s a lot safer than wherever Atherstone is.
Never heard of Rotherhithe, Frank. Is that anywhere near Rotherham?
SE London according to Google.
And they have a tunnel under the Thames. Or at least they did last time I used it. Thankfully.

2ono

338 posts

62 months

Wednesday 6th March 2019
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GroundEffect said:
Calling ASDA or Tesco "ASDAs or Tescos" - Council.

Nothing compared to Pipps Hill ASDA though wink
If he was in Bas Vegas, that is probably the ASDA he visited.

Fleckers

2,622 posts

156 months

Wednesday 6th March 2019
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2ono said:
If he was in Bas Vegas, that is probably the ASDA he visited.
Bas Vagas on a Saturday night is something else it really is

Matt80M

1,086 posts

127 months

Wednesday 6th March 2019
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People clapping when the plane lands. Council.

Frank7

5,423 posts

42 months

Wednesday 6th March 2019
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Matt80M said:
People clapping when the plane lands. Council.
Agreed Matt, but Americans do that a lot on domestic flights.
That’s up to them, but they can’t all live in the “projects.”
I don’t think that they do it so much to applaud the pilots, they’re
probably applauding God for returning them to terra firma, alive.

alorotom

7,976 posts

142 months

Thursday 7th March 2019
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Frank7 said:
Matt80M said:
People clapping when the plane lands. Council.
Agreed Matt, but Americans do that a lot on domestic flights.
That’s up to them, but they can’t all live in the “projects.”
I don’t think that they do it so much to applaud the pilots, they’re
probably applauding God for returning them to terra firma, alive.
You don’t have to be from the projects to be council, have the last 30000+ posts taught you nothing??!

Frank7

5,423 posts

42 months

Thursday 7th March 2019
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alorotom said:
Frank7 said:
Matt80M said:
People clapping when the plane lands. Council.
Agreed Matt, but Americans do that a lot on domestic flights.
That’s up to them, but they can’t all live in the “projects.”
I don’t think that they do it so much to applaud the pilots, they’re
probably applauding God for returning them to terra firma, alive.
You don’t have to be from the projects to be council, have the last 30000+ posts taught you nothing??!
Duly noted, I can see it now, but in my defence, I only came in about 999 posts ago, but you’re right, I should have realised that being council is not restricted to council estate dwellers.

Pothole

30,082 posts

237 months

g3org3y

15,156 posts

146 months

Thursday 7th March 2019
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Fleckers said:
2ono said:
If he was in Bas Vegas, that is probably the ASDA he visited.
Bas Vagas on a Saturday night is something else it really is
Good times. biggrin

I was Junior Doc on rotation at Basildon Hospital (about 10 years ago) so we often would go out to Bas Vegas (I think the nightclub was Liquid), but typically on a Thursday night. Actually quite good fun tbh. I believe on a Fri/Sat night Liquid joined with Envy and Chicagos and a ticket gave you access to all three.

I worked in A&E there for a year, Friday/Saturday nights were certainly very busy. Lot of the usual faces week in week out. Police called quite a few times.

Frank7

5,423 posts

42 months

Thursday 7th March 2019
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Fleckers said:
Bas Vagas on a Saturday night is something else it really is
You got that right, I took a job from Fenchurch Street to Basildon late one Saturday night, and only went into McDonalds for a slash, came out to this.


alorotom

7,976 posts

142 months

Thursday 7th March 2019
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Frank7 said:
You got that right, I took a job from Fenchurch Street to Basildon late one Saturday night, and only went into McDonalds for a slash, came out to this.

One for the bad parking thread, poor show Frank, you didn’t even attempt to get in the bay!

budgie smuggler

4,082 posts

114 months

Thursday 7th March 2019
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alorotom said:
One for the bad parking thread, poor show Frank, you didn’t even attempt to get in the bay!
Nah, that's the local custom in Basra. Yank on the old handie then it's off for your cheeky nandos or join the queue for aroma.

Triumph Man

6,583 posts

123 months

Thursday 7th March 2019
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People who think they can do their own Architectural drawings to not spend a couple of grand up front, yet it's a fraction of their build cost. Council.

V8mate

43,747 posts

144 months

Thursday 7th March 2019
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Triumph Man said:
People who think they can do their own Architectural drawings to not spend a couple of grand up front, yet it's a fraction of their build cost. Council.
Pfft.


Triumph Man

6,583 posts

123 months

Thursday 7th March 2019
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rofl want a job?

br d

7,545 posts

181 months

Thursday 7th March 2019
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2ono said:
If he was in Bas Vegas, that is probably the ASDA he visited.
There isn't an Asda in Bas Vegas.

V8mate

43,747 posts

144 months

Thursday 7th March 2019
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br d said:
2ono said:
If he was in Bas Vegas, that is probably the ASDA he visited.
There isn't an Asda in Bas Vegas.
Dude. Let it go, man.

br d

7,545 posts

181 months

Thursday 7th March 2019
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V8mate said:
br d said:
2ono said:
If he was in Bas Vegas, that is probably the ASDA he visited.
There isn't an Asda in Bas Vegas.
Dude. Let it go, man.
smile

I know I know, it's just...ah what the hell!