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Offline duTch

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HGD
« on: 17.03. 2015 14:31 »


              *smile*
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Re: HGD
« Reply #1 on: 17.03. 2015 15:14 »
nothing spared on the furniture then  *smile*
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Re: HGD
« Reply #2 on: 17.03. 2015 19:13 »
Penny dropped *ex* Happy Guinness/St Pats Day  *smiley4*
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Re: HGD
« Reply #3 on: 17.03. 2015 19:49 »
Mind if I join in duTch?
And to our Irish friends, happy St. Patrick's day. Though I think there won't be many Irish at their computer tonight...
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Re: HGD
« Reply #4 on: 17.03. 2015 21:25 »
What's this black stuff, used motoroil ?  *smile*

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Re: HGD
« Reply #5 on: 17.03. 2015 22:15 »
 Yep Morris, feel free to join in- nice one a10gf *smile*

 It's even made in Dublin, and distro'd here- last time I bought some from a bottlo, it was in a Tallie/Longneck, and made in Oz under license but never quite the same....used to imported in Longnecks/Tallies from Dubs, may have to on a search, it just doesn't seem the seem coming from a can, but does taste better than the local draught fluid on tap, which must be the locally made gear
 
   can't even do this-> *beer* 'cos any Paddy'll tell us Guinness ain't  *beer*  Admin'll have to make an oilchange colour one *smile*
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Have a '74 850T Moto Guzzi since '92-best thing I ever bought doesn't need a kickstart 'cos it bump starts sooooooooo(mostly) easy
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Re: HGD
« Reply #6 on: 18.03. 2015 09:58 »
I plan on doing a tour of the brewery on the way home from the Isle in June.
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Re: HGD
« Reply #7 on: 18.03. 2015 11:18 »
Musky ,unless they have gone back to the old way of doing it ,now you'll only get a film show .... but at least you'll get a half for going, .last time I was there ,a longtime ago now, we had 16 aussie students in the the group ,shamed to say cos they couldn't get Harp lager (ie *** ) they wouldn't have the blackstuff our gain , *beer* once the old guy incharge saw we liked it we got a few more as well, but only after a lecture about the terrible way we treat it in the uk !! which was correct but is getting better , BobH
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