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Discussion in 'Hull City' started by Chazz Rheinhold, Jun 20, 2021.
Amazing if you get them just out of the oven…
Generally the same, I just feel it is purely a commercial exercise to get money out of people. I always cherished my mother and father every day, I just don't think it is necessary to have a special day for it.
Maybe my feeling towards it comes from my ex-wife getting furious with me for not buying her a present and a card from our children when they were too young to send it or buy it themselves. I told her that it's mothers day, and you are not my mother.
P.S. Both my mother and father told my sister and myself never to buy a card and present on Mother and Father's day, so I guess that is where I got my principles about it from.
mine started Saturday night with a takeaway ordered by the wife on behalf of the kids , i ordered a pizza and some kebab meat , the kebab came with garlic sauce all over it , which i cannot stand.....after firstly thinking the takeaway had made a mistake my wife confessed she was hoping to pinch a bit of it and she likes garlic sauce , so she ordered it!
then after that debacle my treat on fathers day was to take them to soft play!! along with what seemed 50 thousand other kids in Hull, im hoping for my birthday i can do something nearly as fun like smash my bollocks in between 2 bricks
I had a custard slice and carrot cake on Sunday!
I haven’t had a custard slice for maybe 30years. I don’t have sugar or eat sweets generally so it tasted really too sweet for me but the custard was great.
However the topic for discussion was the afternoon tea my wife and I have had bought for us.
The place we are booked into is featured on the tv programme “Britain’s most luxurious hotels”! Chewton Glen.
Not normally a problem and I know this will sound daft, but I have no idea what to wear! I am being a fanny , but genuinely don’t have clue what is acceptable. I don’t do smart casual, it’s either very smart, very casual or formal.
City shirt or city polo
Accepted at all the finest establishments Tom
Just wear your full diving gear, Tom
Team shirt for casual the polo shirt for posh.
Are you going for a birthday celebration?
I would, but it’s too expensive to spill champagne on!
I’m not wearing my birthday suit again, I went to a very exclusive spa hotel in the New Forest and nearly got chucked out of the sauna when my towel fell on the floor.
Isn't envy a ****ing sad thing?
**** all about envy, my hairy arse hole was the issue! I forgot to bend at the knees!
I suspect that some of the wags advising you on here may be being somewhat risible in their manner TOM.
So take it from me - no diving suit, no branded sportswear and no birthday suit.
It's smart, casual. So no trainers or jeans, but also no need for a suit, jacket or tie.
Socially acceptable attire for afternoon tea is a light coloured, collared shirt, smart trousers and a formal shoe. Possibly a light pullover if it's somewhat cool.
And a fez.
It's essential that you wear a fez.
Unless you want to look ****ing stupid, like.
It's like our own versions of Tranny, Suzannarse and GoWank
@Ernie Shackleton why just one shoe?
The police dropped the charges due to a lack of evidence?!
Thanks ES, great advice... I am glad that I don't have to wear a tie, mine are all a little tight around the neck.
Don't do the knot so tight?