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2 minutes ago, Follyfoot said:

Over large glasses of wine and cackling, Had this ‘pleasure’ on Sunday, If I had a gun I would’ve topped myself

With a bloke whose biggest interest is Sci Fi shows that were cancelled in about 2003 and cricket.

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6 minutes ago, rodders0223 said:

With a bloke whose biggest interest is Sci Fi shows that were cancelled in about 2003 and cricket.

All I had was jibber-ish regarding the friends reunion, continuous jibber-ish which was great seeing as I’ve never watched the show. Ignorant harridans

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14 minutes ago, rodders0223 said:

With a bloke whose biggest interest is Sci Fi shows that were cancelled in about 2003 and cricket.

Babylon 5 and Cricket sounds like a top night

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5 minutes ago, mjmooney said:

You lot must have some shit friends. We had friends round for drinks last night. It was great. They like the same things as us. That's why they're our friends. 

I've got great friends pal. She ain't!

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5 minutes ago, mjmooney said:

You lot must have some shit friends. We had friends round for drinks last night. It was great. They like the same things as us. That's why they're our friends. 

Let me be clear Mike, these are her friends. She will have absolutely nothing to do with any of my mates and their partners, cannot blame her to be honest But she could at least extend me the same courtesy

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1 hour ago, Follyfoot said:

Let me be clear Mike, these are her friends. She will have absolutely nothing to do with any of my mates and their partners, cannot blame her to be honest But she could at least extend me the same courtesy

Ah, OK. All of our friends are effectively 'mine' - the blokes are all my old mates, but all the wives get along really well anyway. My missus only has the one regular mate that she know from work days, and she's fine. There is this one old mate of mine whose missus is a total pain, but we hardly ever see them. Basically, we almost never have to socialise with anybody we don't like. 

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6 minutes ago, Amsterdam_Neil_D said:

Or up her game and getting better friends.  I think you should give them scores.  Like on Strictly.

 

Some younger more nubile ones would go down a treat, I think I relate more to those types as i class myself as quite young minded and would be happier attending the gatherings, At least until the inevitable ‘misunderstanding’  down the line that is

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3 hours ago, rodders0223 said:

With a bloke whose biggest interest is Sci Fi shows that were cancelled in about 2003 and cricket.

Do you want to swap mates?  I can do an exchange for a wild swimmer. 

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I think it's all about the gardens at the moment. Coincidently, the Mrs called me today while I was at work and said the neighbour is having there garden done and she wanted me to ask the guys how much decking would be in to do in our garden. I said yes, I will do when I get home, until she told me what she wants done. Mrs wants the bottom of the garden decking under the trees, where you would never go?  She ending up putting the phone down on me.😂

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Any body else on here can't let go of the past. Don't get me wrong, I'm all grown up now with a family, all good. But you just can't beat the nostalgia of the 90's, the boys holiday's, to Magaluf, Aiya Napa, the garage scene, Birmingham night clubs on the pull, Ritzy, Dome, central park, Stoodi Bakers, the music, Trip to Trumpton, On A ragga Tip, Warehouse Raves, my god those were the days, just a fantastic time to be growing up.

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7 minutes ago, foreveryoung said:

Any body else on here can't let go of the past. Don't get me wrong, I'm all grown up now with a family, all good. But you just can't beat the nostalgia of the 90's, the boys holiday's, to Magaluf, Aiya Napa, the garage scene, Birmingham night clubs on the pull, Ritzy, Dome, central park, Stoodi Bakers, the music, Trip to Trumpton, On A ragga Tip, Warehouse Raves, my god those were the days, just a fantastic time to be growing up.

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10 minutes ago, foreveryoung said:

Can it last 10 years +. I bought the Renault 5 Turbo 10 years ago.😂

Renault 5 Turbo you say, calling @Xelato the thread.

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32 minutes ago, foreveryoung said:

Any body else on here can't let go of the past. Don't get me wrong, I'm all grown up now with a family, all good. But you just can't beat the nostalgia of the 90's, the boys holiday's, to Magaluf, Aiya Napa, the garage scene, Birmingham night clubs on the pull, Ritzy, Dome, central park, Stoodi Bakers, the music, Trip to Trumpton, On A ragga Tip, Warehouse Raves, my god those were the days, just a fantastic time to be growing up.

I don't think there is anything wrong with looking back. I sometimes look back to lads holiday photos and smile at the escapades we got up to. The best of times were had. Same with the nights out/clubbing every weekend in Brum. Happy Days. 90s / 00s were just great times. The World seemed more innocent then... wasn't completely **** and nasty as it is now... or that is my perception at least. Maybe it was the rose tinted bubble I was in! :D 

Even working was a laugh... was chatting about it to a work colleague the other day. The stuff we used to get up to in the office, we'd be disciplined now! nothing bad, just childish stuff and pranks. When did the world get so serious? All the fun has been sucked out of the workplace. I'm just glad i'm closer to the end of my working life then the beginning - want to be gone by 55 at the latest (13 years)

 

 

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1 minute ago, Xela said:

I don't think there is anything wrong with looking back. I sometimes look back to lads holiday photos and smile at the escapades we got up to. The best of times were had. Same with the nights out/clubbing every weekend in Brum. Happy Days. 90s / 00s were just great times. The World seemed more innocent then... wasn't completely **** and nasty as it is now... or that is my perception at least. Maybe it was the rose tinted bubble I was in! :D 

Even working was a laugh... was chatting about it to a work colleague the other day. The stuff we used to get up to in the office, we'd be disciplined now! nothing bad, just childish stuff and pranks. When did the world get so serious? All the fun has been sucked out of the workplace. I'm just glad i'm closer to the end of my working life then the beginning - want to be gone by 55 at the latest (13 years)

 

 

Before mobile phones we actually used to have the phone number of the nearest wine bar on our phone list so we could contact the directors if need be. 

I mean they owned the company but it wouldn't be like that today. 

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