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Postby Tomo » Dec 17th, '10, 17:12



What did Beardy do this time?

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Postby Madelon Hoedt » Dec 17th, '10, 17:14

Some Wetherspoon's cutlery ended up in cutlery Heaven...

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Postby Tomo » Dec 17th, '10, 17:59

Oh dear...

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Postby Beardy » Jan 22nd, '11, 13:09

So when's the next one? My cutlery bending finger is getting itchy....

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Postby DenmarkKilo » Jan 22nd, '11, 16:03

Once again it is dependent on my workplace's holiday giving abilities. This week, I'm off until a shift on Saturday (29) and Sunday (30), with the chance of Saturday off as well, depending on how much of a hangover the higher up managerial things suffer.

The later in the week is better for me, since my father lost a finger on Friday so he needs to be cheered up, and I need to see a doctor about my work (It's a callcentre, you can guess why).

Feb? I haven't a clue as to scheduling...

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Postby Madelon Hoedt » Jan 24th, '11, 11:19

Count me out... I'm skinned, so no money for train fare or drinking.

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Postby Big Jon » Jan 24th, '11, 13:16

I can do it after Friday (pay day...) but all depends on day.

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Postby DaveM » Jan 24th, '11, 14:44

I'm currently available and up for it. However, I'm waiting on a call that will let me know if I need to drive to Edinburgh post haste for a job interview.

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Postby Tommy Magic » Jan 24th, '11, 19:57

Sounds fun. Room for a small one? The further west the better as I'm in Pembrokeshire... if you fancy a change of scene and a trip to the coast there's a couple of nice pubs in St David's! Pembrokeshire has just been voted 2nd best coastal destination in the world by National Geographic!! (We beat Bermuda!!)

Failing being able to tempt you across, Cardiff / Swansea would be fine, if the date you decide on works for me I'll try and get there.

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Postby Tommy Magic » Jan 24th, '11, 19:59

Madelon Hoedt wrote:Count me out... I'm skinned


Sounds painful! You mean 'skint' I guess
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Postby Madelon Hoedt » Jan 24th, '11, 20:11

Oh poo, stop poking fun at the non-native speakers :P

But yes, skint. ^^

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Postby Tommy Magic » Jan 25th, '11, 10:35

Madelon Hoedt wrote:Oh poo, stop poking fun at the non-native speakers :P

But yes, skint. ^^


Sorry :)
Skinned is a good way of putting it actually! - like 'fleeced' in a way - as in "I paid too much for that trick - I was fleeced" it would make sense to then say "and then I had to pay my car tax, so now I'm proper skinned!"
Anyway if you come along I'll buy you a drink to make up for embarassingly 'poking fun at the non-natives' :D

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Postby Mandrake » Jan 25th, '11, 11:54

Madelon has na arian :wink: !


(I just hope that online translattor thingy worked OK and I haven't said anything rude!)

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Postby DaveM » Jan 25th, '11, 12:05

"Does dim arian gyda Madelon."

That's what my Welsh lessons taught me, but I bet you fluent speakers never say it like that. There is always some slangy version to render my lessons useless.

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Postby Mandrake » Jan 25th, '11, 12:08

DaveM wrote:There is always some slangy version to render my lessons useless.
Try, 'Madelon's Brassic'!

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