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Thread: Taking the glw fout for dinner tonight.

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    Taking the glw fout for dinner tonight.

    No expense spared. You've got to know how to treat a lady, that's my motto.

    Hope it doesn't rain while we're walking to the bus stop though.

    Taking the 273 to Chislehurst. Never tried the 273. Pretty excited if I'm honest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir C View Post
    No expense spared. You've got to know how to treat a lady, that's my motto.

    Hope it doesn't rain while we're walking to the bus stop though.

    Taking the 273 to Chislehurst. Never tried the 273. Pretty excited if I'm honest.
    You going to thon restaurant? Let me know, as I'm thinking of buying my ma dinner there as a birthday treat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir C View Post
    No expense spared. You've got to know how to treat a lady, that's my motto.

    Hope it doesn't rain while we're walking to the bus stop though.

    Taking the 273 to Chislehurst. Never tried the 273. Pretty excited if I'm honest.
    Will the bus contain yoofs playing music through their phones?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burney View Post
    You going to thon restaurant? Let me know, as I'm thinking of buying my ma dinner there as a birthday treat.
    Aye. I shall report back.

    I think it's in the same building where you and r and e and me and her all went for dinner about 15 years ago...

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    Quote Originally Posted by PSRB View Post
    Will the bus contain yoofs playing music through their phones?
    That's the exciting thing, p. There's no way of telling in advance!

    Yoofs or no, what I do know is that the journey home will not be made uncomfortable by having one eye in the mirror for possible Feds and their ridiculously protestant attitude to drinking wine with the meal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir C View Post
    That's the exciting thing, p. There's no way of telling in advance!

    Yoofs or no, what I do know is that the journey home will not be made uncomfortable by having one eye in the mirror for possible Feds and their ridiculously protestant attitude to drinking wine with the meal.
    In a building? Are you taking her up the Oxo tower?

    Had lunch at The Goods Shed in Canterbury yesterday. Bloody lush it were.

    Rocksalt for Valentine's

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    Quote Originally Posted by Monty92 View Post
    In a building? Are you taking her up the Oxo tower?

    Had lunch at The Goods Shed in Canterbury yesterday. Bloody lush it were.

    Rocksalt for Valentine's
    Most restaurants are, y'know, in a building of some description.

    I like the Goods Shed. Is Piet the Dutch cheeseseller still there?

    Rocksalt's nice but it's not cosy, is it? It's sort of... cold. And it's in Folkestone I had lunch there quite recently sat next to thon fella, wossisname, Victor Lewis-Smith. White man with dreads, you know.

    What are you doing going out on Valentine's Day, anyway? Restaurants will be serving repulsive menus to repulsive mooning idiots. Are you slinging it up some fancy piece who needs entertaining?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir C View Post
    Most restaurants are, y'know, in a building of some description.

    I like the Goods Shed. Is Piet the Dutch cheeseseller still there?

    Rocksalt's nice but it's not cosy, is it? It's sort of... cold. And it's in Folkestone I had lunch there quite recently sat next to thon fella, wossisname, Victor Lewis-Smith. White man with dreads, you know.

    What are you doing going out on Valentine's Day, anyway? Restaurants will be serving repulsive menus to repulsive mooning idiots. Are you slinging it up some fancy piece who needs entertaining?
    I must say, it's a bold man who takes his mistress out on St Valentine's Day and leaves the wife at home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir C View Post
    Most restaurants are, y'know, in a building of some description.

    I like the Goods Shed. Is Piet the Dutch cheeseseller still there?

    Rocksalt's nice but it's not cosy, is it? It's sort of... cold. And it's in Folkestone I had lunch there quite recently sat next to thon fella, wossisname, Victor Lewis-Smith. White man with dreads, you know.

    What are you doing going out on Valentine's Day, anyway? Restaurants will be serving repulsive menus to repulsive mooning idiots. Are you slinging it up some fancy piece who needs entertaining?
    The night after Valentine's, obviously. What degree of c*nt do you actually think I am?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir C View Post
    That's the exciting thing, p. There's no way of telling in advance!

    Yoofs or no, what I do know is that the journey home will not be made uncomfortable by having one eye in the mirror for possible Feds and their ridiculously protestant attitude to drinking wine with the meal.
    You're getting the bus home? farewell and adieu to you fair Spanish ladies
    'Seems that I was busy doing something close to nothing
    But different than the day before'

    'Met a dwarf that was no good, dressed like Little Red Riding Hood'

    'Now you're unemployed, all non-void
    Walkin' round like you're Pretty Boy Floyd'

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