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That's it - in my time I've sampled a few beers that have made me suspect that some brewers still lant their ales.
Over to you.
So the slang term is...?
This isn't so much 'droppings' as 'drippings'...
The official name of the product was lant, but it's more commonly referred to in cruder tones.
Rules are rules I suppose but this is a bit silly. He's 18, making his debut as an 89th minute substitute...
Some of these web sites - and agents - give out questionable info -
On the subect of our possible signing of Okay Yokuslu from Celta Vigo, this...
You could call it a human byproduct. One that long ago was used in the cleaning of floors, in the laundry, in wool processing, in the...
Police dogs are trained to recognise criminals - Fido here excels at it and came top of his class...:)
The sooner that Musk and his billionaire mates Branson, Bezos and Milner all sod off into space the better as far as I'm concerned. I'm not sure...
There's a word for ManCity - a very descriptive term for what's between everyone's buttocks.<grr>
This tends to confirm that the problem is his agent. Doubly annoying that his agent is a former Hornet... :(
Shame they couldn't keep it up - final score 1-4.
This sounds a lot more positive than last night...
Another flipping injury tonight - Mebude.
We may yet need all those players we haven't managed to offload so far...
Thank the good lord for Ken Sema...
What an awful goal to give away after only two minutes. <yikes>
No - it's a slang term for the drink itself. One that unfortunately reflects one of the ingredients some brewers used to use.
Neither of those - nor highballs. It's something a bit more 'down to earth.'
As new level of attention to detail? I wonder how he noticed - lined the whole squad up for a toenail inspection?
A familiar name but a not too familiar act...
What slang term for ale is - or at least used to be - disturbingly accurate?