The happy old man thread...

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Supernorm
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Re: The happy old man thread...

Postby Supernorm » Wed Feb 29, 2012 5:37 pm

anyway i baited up both my rods and began fishing not expecting what was to happen withing the next fifteen minutes out there,


'Kin 'ell WW, you had me on the edge of my seat, I was thinking of the film 'The Perfect Storm' at this point, only to read on and find out it was all about a feckin plastic thermos flask cup.

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Re: The happy old man thread...

Postby Quiffy » Wed Feb 29, 2012 9:21 pm

portadown white wrote:Today I got a message out the blue from a girl that I haven't heard from for over 25 years. Back then, she was really fit and randy as hell. I'm sure little will have changed when I meet her.

am i alone in being cynical and thinking you made this up to humour us?

and then people have believed you :scratch: .
increasing doubt, decreasing hope, even my imaginary friend went and changed his mind.

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The happy old man thread...

Postby Ontolly » Wed Feb 29, 2012 9:25 pm

She must be what , pushing 30 now?
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Re: The happy old man thread...

Postby Oheddieeddie » Thu Mar 01, 2012 12:15 am

Quiffy wrote:
portadown white wrote:Today I got a message out the blue from a girl that I haven't heard from for over 25 years. Back then, she was really fit and randy as hell. I'm sure little will have changed when I meet her.

am i alone in being cynical and thinking you made this up to humour us?

and then people have believed you :scratch: .


If she is real:

So er.. she was a bit of a slackfanny 25 years ago according to your description, and has presumably not changed in all that time bearing in mind that she is prepared to contact you for a desperation shag.

I would seriously consider taking some disinfectant wipes to counter all the weeping mouldering puss, and crusty necrotic ulcerations on her minge. Anyway enjoy :money:

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Re: The happy old man thread...

Postby OWETB » Sun Mar 04, 2012 11:49 am

Just been to Sainsbury's, great Stella deal on - 2 crates of 18 440ml cans for a stonking value £22 :cheers:

Maximum 4 per customer, I went in 3 times :drunk:

I might go down again in the morning :pig:

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Re: The happy old man thread...

Postby Blackwhite » Sun Mar 04, 2012 12:02 pm

Initially missed the "2" there... fucking good deal. Pisses on my £1.78 (corrected) per litre deal I picked up yesterday...
You know, I'm sick of following my dreams, man. I'm just going to ask where they're going and hook up with 'em later.

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Re: The happy old man thread...

Postby Leeds0269 » Sun Mar 04, 2012 2:52 pm

That would be alright if it was a drinkable lager. Stella is shite.

On a positive note, I just got a 24" LED Asus monitor, 2ms response full HD for £120. Win.
Been away from posting for too long, but still been lingering around like a bad fart.

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Re: The happy old man thread...

Postby OWETB » Sun Mar 04, 2012 3:14 pm

Leeds0269 wrote:That would be alright if it was a drinkable lager. Stella is shite.


In your opinion of course. I like it, along with Carlsberg Export and Magners Pear Cider.

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Re: The happy old man thread...

Postby col » Sun Mar 04, 2012 4:22 pm

picked four nags at Newbury yesterday and did a lucky 15, 50p e/w.

Checked earlier and three of the fuckers won. Just collected £329.50 from Billy Hill.

One fucking happy old man!!

Oh and with the Stella deals - they'll be many a wife battered tonight!
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Re: The happy old man thread...

Postby Devout » Tue Mar 06, 2012 10:19 pm

OWETB wrote:
MightyWhite wrote:
OWETB wrote:A little thing I know, but I have an old school technics stack


What's that Grandad?


It is a thing of beauty young man.


I have a 30 year old Pioneer which is beautiful and has a gentle deep tone but I bow to thee with a Technics set up.

Oh and if you're reading this and haven't cum all over your keyboard then you're a sad fucker and probably still sucking on your mam's tit
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Re: The happy old man thread...

Postby Mustafaster » Tue Mar 06, 2012 10:34 pm

I'm still running an ancient Cambrtidge amp driving an even older pair of huge, fuck off Wharfedales.
Hammers the shit out of anything, from Stravinsky to Zappa, shuddering bass and crystal top end.
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I put this through it and it's as close to heaven as it gets.
I jes' lurves it, be a sad day when it bites the dust.
Beats shagging any day of the week. :salute:
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Re: The happy old man thread...

Postby London_White » Wed Mar 07, 2012 1:05 pm

Mustafaster wrote:I'm still running an ancient Cambrtidge amp driving an even older pair of huge, fuck off Wharfedales.
Hammers the shit out of anything, from Stravinsky to Zappa, shuddering bass and crystal top end.
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I put this through it and it's as close to heaven as it gets.
I jes' lurves it, be a sad day when it bites the dust.
Beats shagging any day of the week. :salute:


Running a Cambridge amp wiht Monitor speakers, proper wooden cases, 30+ years old and shake the walls of the house when my lad puts his dubstep through them.
BTW you must be doing shagging wrong if a geetar is better :mrgreen:

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Re: The happy old man thread...

Postby Ponte » Wed Mar 07, 2012 1:17 pm

London_White wrote:
Mustafaster wrote:I'm still running an ancient Cambrtidge amp driving an even older pair of huge, fuck off Wharfedales.
Hammers the shit out of anything, from Stravinsky to Zappa, shuddering bass and crystal top end.
Image
I put this through it and it's as close to heaven as it gets.
I jes' lurves it, be a sad day when it bites the dust.
Beats shagging any day of the week. :salute:

BTW you must be doing shagging wrong if a geetar is better :mrgreen:

He doesn't do any shagging, that's been established.

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Re: The happy old man thread...

Postby thechubbyone » Wed Mar 07, 2012 3:54 pm

Mustafaster wrote:I'm still running an ancient Cambrtidge amp driving an even older pair of huge, fuck off Wharfedales.
Hammers the shit out of anything, from Stravinsky to Zappa, shuddering bass and crystal top end.
Image
I put this through it and it's as close to heaven as it gets.
I jes' lurves it, be a sad day when it bites the dust.
Beats shagging any day of the week. :salute:

He's got an amp like a plasterer's radio.

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Re: The happy old man thread...

Postby Man Called Sun » Wed Mar 07, 2012 4:07 pm

thechubbyone wrote:He's got an amp like a plasterer's radio.

I dunno if any of you know an amazing band from Leeds called the Old Romantic Killer Band? They split up about 3 years ago I fink. I played with them in Nottingham and had to borrow the geezer's amp. When he turned up with it I nearly resorted to ramraiding the nearest guitar shop to borrow another, but by Christ the thing sang like a birdie.

They had it on some single cover or summat anyway:

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So the rule I've followed since is: If it looks shite but the band's good, then the amp's gonna be really good.
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Re: The happy old man thread...

Postby Phil LUFC » Wed Mar 07, 2012 7:13 pm

Leeds0269 wrote:That would be alright if it was a drinkable lager. Stella is shite.

On a positive note, I just got a 24" LED Asus monitor, 2ms response full HD for £120. Win.

Where from? I'd quite like one of them.

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Re: The happy old man thread...

Postby eric olthwaite » Wed Mar 07, 2012 9:59 pm

Man Called Sun wrote:So the rule I've followed since is: If it looks shite but the band's good, then the amp's gonna be really good.


Guitarist in the last band I was in had an AC30 that he'd bought in a junk shop in Bristol for fuck all in about 1979. It's only since t'internet's had the info available that he's realised just what a gem it is - the serial number's ridiculously low, in the hundreds or summat. But that thing properly sings; just an incredible tone.

We were still a shite band, though.
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The happy old man thread...

Postby LSD&2Es » Fri Mar 09, 2012 1:46 pm

I've just got back from seeing the specialist and finding out I haven't got a nasty cancer. Bloods, CT, MRI and biopsy results all clear....Yay!

Still have to have a big fucking lump cut out of my throat, but that's small beer compared to the alternative I suppose. Also means I can celebrate my 40th next week and travel up for the Hammers game without the worry hanging over me....Yay2!
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Re: The happy old man thread...

Postby Top Cat Cooper » Fri Mar 09, 2012 1:57 pm

LSD&2Es wrote:I've just got back from seeing the specialist and finding out I haven't got a nasty cancer. Bloods, CT, MRI and biopsy results all clear....Yay!

Still have to have a big fucking lump cut out of my throat, but that's small beer compared to the alternative I suppose. Also means I can celebrate my 40th next week and travel up for the Hammers game without the worry hanging over me....Yay2!


Congrats M8 good news :D

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Re: The happy old man thread...

Postby Man Called Sun » Fri Mar 09, 2012 1:58 pm

LSD&2Es wrote:I've just got back from seeing the specialist and finding out I haven't got a nasty cancer. Bloods, CT, MRI and biopsy results all clear....Yay!

Still have to have a big fucking lump cut out of my throat, but that's small beer compared to the alternative I suppose. Also means I can celebrate my 40th next week and travel up for the Hammers game without the worry hanging over me....Yay2!

Great news mate. :thumbl:

Obviously I'm no medical expert, but you have ruled out the possibility that it's your adam's apple haven't you?
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