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2 minutes ago, Mr Grey said:

Just 2 bottles of Moretti tonight, day 2 of flatpacking, job done. I've had to apply germolene to my knees, got fucking carpet burns 🙄

 

Oooh shut that door 

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would have been my mums 87th birthday today, first one without her. raising a glass of champagne in her memory. love you mum.  

Cheaper than a night out, still A night out I can’t have So, in broad terms, fuck it

massively in today  I'm going to be a Dad  had our 12 week scan today

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Cider is the drink of choice today. After this weekend I’m going on a dry June so today I’m in tomorrow I might have a couple at a socially distanced bbq at the in laws and then that’s me. 
 

strongow cloudy Apple and magners. 2pm start I reckon 

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1 hour ago, Escobarp said:

Cider is the drink of choice today. After this weekend I’m going on a dry June so today I’m in tomorrow I might have a couple at a socially distanced bbq at the in laws and then that’s me. 
 

strongow cloudy Apple and magners. 2pm start I reckon 

 

I'm the opposite. I haven't had a drink for 5 weeks. June could possibly see a return to true form 🙏

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12 minutes ago, deane koontz said:

 

I'm the opposite. I haven't had a drink for 5 weeks. June could possibly see a return to true form 🙏

I’m not a huge drinker at home anyway. And have probably drank maybe equivalent of 24 pints since lockdown. Maybe a touch more. 
 

June back to running and other exercise and no drink. When the pubs open I will go missing for about 3 days. That’s a fact. 
 

As soon as English pubs are known to be opening I will be down to my mums for a few days take advantage 

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This talk of cider at 2pm seems an excellent idea but I'm going to try to resist because I've a couple of hours of summat to do first.

I've noticed there's a bag of ice in our freezer and I've seen folk on the telly adverts have ice in their cider, is that summat that real people do ? Wife seems to put ice in her wine these days but I've put that down to menopause.

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Just now, ErnestTurnip said:

This talk of cider at 2pm seems an excellent idea but I'm going to try to resist because I've a couple of hours of summat to do first.

I've noticed there's a bag of ice in our freezer and I've seen folk on the telly adverts have ice in their cider, is that summat that real people do ? Wife seems to put ice in her wine these days but I've put that down to menopause.

Always ice in my cider mate and plenty of it. 

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I had a few gin and tonics yesterday afternoon. Went down like water. 

My Mrs puts fucking rosemary in hers the fucking weirdo. 

Anyway... Aldi Harrison gin is just as good as hendrix and its half the price (16 quid) 

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39 minutes ago, ErnestTurnip said:

This talk of cider at 2pm seems an excellent idea but I'm going to try to resist because I've a couple of hours of summat to do first.

I've noticed there's a bag of ice in our freezer and I've seen folk on the telly adverts have ice in their cider, is that summat that real people do ? Wife seems to put ice in her wine these days but I've put that down to menopause.

Advertising gimmick by Magners that ends up with watered down cider. Just get it chilled cold enough and drink it before it has a chance to warm up.

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12 minutes ago, green genie said:

Advertising gimmick by Magners that ends up with watered down cider. Just get it chilled cold enough and drink it before it has a chance to warm up.

If you drink it quick enough it’s just fine with Ice

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10 minutes ago, green genie said:

Enjoy it how you like but wouldn't happen this side of Avon m' ansum. Cheers 

Aye it’s proper cider country down there. I’m only an occasional cider drinker 

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Trying aldi mapelli following it's mention on here. 

Shall report back shortly 

 

Edit... Its dog shit. Tastes like run of the mill cheap all inclusive beer. 

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He drinks gin and tonic

Take no notice

I've just had 3 orchard garden or something

Cheap Aldi cider as Weston and Thatcher wouldn't have been a good idea

That's quenched the thirst, cannonball next

 

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4 hours ago, ErnestTurnip said:

This talk of cider at 2pm seems an excellent idea but I'm going to try to resist because I've a couple of hours of summat to do first.

I've noticed there's a bag of ice in our freezer and I've seen folk on the telly adverts have ice in their cider, is that summat that real people do ? Wife seems to put ice in her wine these days but I've put that down to menopause.

All a bit effete this ice in cider, but that’s how it is these days

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Another trip to Morrisons today - stocked up on some more Northern Monk, some Brewdog and a couple of the Vermont Sessions (Brewdog&NM collab). Top notch selection and very reasonable pricing.

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Back on it tonight after 2 days off alcohol. 

Had a particularly boozy week prior with my lads birthday with garden visits from friends and relatives and bbqs! 

Wine and gin for the win. 

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