Manchester Winter Jolly Up - Nov 29th

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Re: Manchester Winter Jolly Up - Nov 29th

Postby Nit Picking Prick » 28 Nov 2008, 16:32

Betty Denim wrote:
Minnie the Minx wrote:
Betty Denim wrote:Are you bringing your man, Minnie?


God no! :lol:


:?


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Re: Manchester Winter Jolly Up - Nov 29th

Postby La Denim » 28 Nov 2008, 16:36

FOG now forecast.

Might be a good thing.

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Re: Manchester Winter Jolly Up - Nov 29th

Postby The Prof » 28 Nov 2008, 16:42

Minnie the Minx wrote:
The Prof wrote:
Minnie the Minx wrote:
Shall I bring my brother? ;)


Yeh - can you bring Elvis too?


Are you referring to Bradfords famous Asian Elvis? Last spotted lurking round The Spotted House with a can of Strongbow and a gluebag singing 'Heartbreak Hotel?'


Different Bradford Elvis. This one was last spotted at the Penetration gig.
If you've got any old photos lying around I'm sure Nancy would love to see them. Being as you are both 'friends' of Anna the lesbian DJ!

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Re: Manchester Winter Jolly Up - Nov 29th

Postby Nit Picking Prick » 28 Nov 2008, 16:46

The Prof wrote:


Different Bradford Elvis. This one was last spotted at the Penetration gig.
If you've got any old photos lying around I'm sure Nancy would love to see them. Being as you are both 'friends' of Anna the lesbian DJ!



He's still alive???????????????????????
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Re: Manchester Winter Jolly Up - Nov 29th

Postby Heilan Coo » 28 Nov 2008, 17:12

Betty Denim wrote:FOG now forecast.

Might be a good thing.


*mops brow*

Thank god for that. My carefully structed quiff would never have coped with the rain. That scaffolding don't come cheap, you know.
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Re: Manchester Winter Jolly Up - Nov 29th

Postby Django » 28 Nov 2008, 17:18

Betty Denim wrote:
Minnie the Minx wrote:I already know what django will eventually be wearing :lol:


What, what?


I'm fairly intrigued myself.
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Re: Manchester Winter Jolly Up - Nov 29th

Postby Heilan Coo » 28 Nov 2008, 17:22

Django wrote:
Betty Denim wrote:
Minnie the Minx wrote:I already know what django will eventually be wearing :lol:


What, what?


I'm fairly intrigued myself.


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Don't know about you, but I've already bagged the Thin Elvis suit for when we get back to Minnie's, so god knows what'll be left for you, mate.
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Re: Manchester Winter Jolly Up - Nov 29th

Postby Django » 28 Nov 2008, 17:30

I'm not staying at Minnie's. Which is why I'm confused. :?
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Re: Manchester Winter Jolly Up - Nov 29th

Postby Nit Picking Prick » 28 Nov 2008, 17:31

Django wrote:I'm not staying at Minnie's. Which is why I'm confused. :?



Patience, young man - all will be revealed...

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Re: Manchester Winter Jolly Up - Nov 29th

Postby Corporate whore » 28 Nov 2008, 17:49

The Prof wrote:*PANIC!! PANIC*

What are we all wearing???!!!

I might go for jeans and tshirt, but I don't want to clash with anyone!! :o


Go with the cardie.

You know you want to.
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Re: Manchester Winter Jolly Up - Nov 29th

Postby The Prof » 28 Nov 2008, 17:53

Minnie the Minx wrote:
The Prof wrote:Different Bradford Elvis. This one was last spotted at the Penetration gig.



He's still alive???????????????????????


I wouldn't want to jump to any immediate conclusions, but from the way he was stood at the bar supping a pint and chatting to people, it certainly *looked* that way.

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Re: Manchester Winter Jolly Up - Nov 29th

Postby sloopjohnc » 28 Nov 2008, 17:56

Django wrote:
Betty Denim wrote:
Minnie the Minx wrote:I already know what django will eventually be wearing :lol:


What, what?


I'm fairly intrigued myself.


Intrigued, potentially embarrassed. Same thing.
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Re: Manchester Winter Jolly Up - Nov 29th

Postby K » 28 Nov 2008, 18:18

corporate whore wrote:
The Prof wrote:*PANIC!! PANIC*

What are we all wearing???!!!

I might go for jeans and tshirt, but I don't want to clash with anyone!! :o


Go with the cardie.

You know you want to.

I better hang my cardie up then. Can't clash with anyone.
How about a rock band T-Shirt?

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Re: Manchester Winter Jolly Up - Nov 29th

Postby La Denim » 28 Nov 2008, 20:23

Oh God I love men in cardigans.

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Re: Manchester Winter Jolly Up - Nov 29th

Postby The Prof » 28 Nov 2008, 20:30

Pour th'e sen a glass love
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Re: Manchester Winter Jolly Up - Nov 29th

Postby K » 28 Nov 2008, 21:30

Betty Denim wrote:Oh God I love men in cardigans.


I can't handle this kind of pressure.
What will the missus think?

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Re: Manchester Winter Jolly Up - Nov 29th

Postby Nit Picking Prick » 29 Nov 2008, 08:27

What is the train station we should be getting out at? Need to check train times.
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Re: Manchester Winter Jolly Up - Nov 29th

Postby Heilan Coo » 29 Nov 2008, 10:03

Victoria's the closest to the pub, I think. I, however, thanks to the joys of living in York, will have to travel to Piccadilly in order to avoid a five-hour umpteen-stop journey. :(
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Re: Manchester Winter Jolly Up - Nov 29th

Postby La Denim » 29 Nov 2008, 10:15

I've got a spot!!!!

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Re: Manchester Winter Jolly Up - Nov 29th

Postby The Prof » 29 Nov 2008, 10:25

Quick! Start a new thread in Nextdoorland.

By the time the JollyUp is over it should have got to 25 pages.