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Discussion in 'Hull City' started by Chazz Rheinhold, Feb 15, 2020.
Are you one of the live acts?
In order to mitigate the impact of contributors who don't seem to care about the planet, do you think you could stay nearer home to reduce your carbon footprint Filey
Went to Kraków in Poland last week, did the tourist stuff including Auschwitz and Birkenau. Don’t want to spoil it for anyone who hasn’t been yet, but the Germans came out of it rather badly.
Enjoy the sunshine.
I dont think you quite got the story?!
I would imagine you have to be very careful fishing naked, beware of the sharp hooks.
Didn't realise fish could live that long!
... and the bottom feeders
You are being too cheeky!
Took a minute or two to work that out.
Don’t think you understand the text. Let’s say the Germans didn’t cover themselves in glory.
Caribbean Cruise in early March with the missus. All inclusive fun in the sun.
Didn't get round to booking the flights to Mallorca and they've now gone up by £400.
Well I won't be doing that again in a hurry!
Set off all well and good. Day 2 our ship is denied access to St. Lucia by local authorities with no explanation. Diverted to Dominica. Carried on the cruise as normal. Day 7, the last day, the **** hit the fan as we are denied access to dock in San Juan due to the Governor being told that we had a passenger die on board. Turns out a Canadian bloke died back in Canada a week after leaving our ship. We then proceeded to cruise 2 additional days to Fort Lauderdale therefore missing our return flights. Rebooked 2 new flights at $2000. Then to add insult to injury Trump decides to cancel all flights to the UK at midnight on the day we leave. Managed to get away with 4 hours to spare.
Now self isolating as ordered by work.
Gonna Brid next year.
Hope your 14 days go well and flies by - see you in Brid next year!
Haddock and chips on the harbour (with curry sauce), Wendies Waffles and Old Peculiar.
Stuff the lobster thermidor, the fillet minion and the unlimited booze.
I love England.
My dad, cousin and I paddling at Brid in the mid 1950s. Note my home made wooden spade and bucket made from a powdered milk tin - we were poor!
Poor but happy mate.
Sounds like a Monty Python sketch!
"You were lucky"