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24th March today.

The day the media are frightened of celebrating. 

It is our proud to be English day.

If my new flag had been delivered on time it would have been fluttering proudly above the new shed. A few years ago

Saxon released a live album recorded at The Ritz on this day.

Witnessed by my self and Ashburner St Market and Sputnik Stan.

We spent the afternoon in the Old Monkey and The Circus.  Surrounded by guys who had been to the St Georges day lunch at the Midland Hotel.

I for one will be raising a glass of traditional English stout Ale this evening. 

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Thick maybe, uneducated, umpossible 

Yes, St. Leonard is patron saint of criminals https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leonard_of_Noblac See he's got a hubcap under his left arm

Isn't St George's day usually 23rd April?

9 minutes ago, embankment said:

24th March today.

The day the media are frightened of celebrating. 

It is our proud to be English day.

If my new flag had been delivered on time it would have been fluttering proudly above the new shed. A few years ago

Saxon released a live album recorded at The Ritz on this day.

Witnessed by my self and Ashburner St Market and Sputnik Stan.

We spent the afternoon in the Old Monkey and The Circus.  Surrounded by guys who had been to the St Georges day lunch at the Midland Hotel.

I for one will be raising a glass of traditional English stout Ale this evening. 

Isn't St George's day usually 23rd April?

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33 minutes ago, embankment said:

24th March today.

The day the media are frightened of celebrating. 

It is our proud to be English day.

You're a month early pal. What a fine patriot you are.

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22 minutes ago, embankment said:

24th March today.

The day the media are frightened of celebrating. 

It is our proud to be English day.

If my new flag had been delivered on time it would have been fluttering proudly above the new shed. A few years ago

Saxon released a live album recorded at The Ritz on this day.

Witnessed by my self and Ashburner St Market and Sputnik Stan.

We spent the afternoon in the Old Monkey and The Circus.  Surrounded by guys who had been to the St Georges day lunch at the Midland Hotel.

I for one will be raising a glass of traditional English stout Ale this evening. 

It isn’t quite yet, but no reason to not have a fine English beer!

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It's 23rd of April. 

I've booked it off and I'm spending the afternoon in Lucianos beer garden come rain or shine! 

It's my birthday, not that I'm a massive flag shagger

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2 minutes ago, gonzo said:

It’s not even the 24th either ffs :D

You're only saying that because you're too scared of the media backlash you'd get.

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5 minutes ago, stevieb said:

It's 23rd of April. 

I've booked it off and I'm spending the afternoon in Lucianos beer garden come rain or shine! 

It's my birthday, not that I'm a massive flag shagger

 

29 minutes ago, embankment said:

24th March today.

The day the media are frightened of celebrating. 

It is our proud to be English day.

If my new flag had been delivered on time it would have been fluttering proudly above the new shed. A few years ago

Saxon released a live album recorded at The Ritz on this day.

Witnessed by my self and Ashburner St Market and Sputnik Stan.

We spent the afternoon in the Old Monkey and The Circus.  Surrounded by guys who had been to the St Georges day lunch at the Midland Hotel.

I for one will be raising a glass of traditional English stout Ale this evening. 

Haha. My brothers birthday. Thank you for the reminder.

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51 minutes ago, embankment said:

24th March today.

The day the media are frightened of celebrating. 

It is our proud to be English day.

If my new flag had been delivered on time it would have been fluttering proudly above the new shed. A few years ago

Saxon released a live album recorded at The Ritz on this day.

Witnessed by my self and Ashburner St Market and Sputnik Stan.

We spent the afternoon in the Old Monkey and The Circus.  Surrounded by guys who had been to the St Georges day lunch at the Midland Hotel.

I for one will be raising a glass of traditional English stout Ale this evening. 

Somewhere in Western Australia, an ex-pat just fell off his scooter in horror.

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1 hour ago, gonzo said:

It’s not even the 24th either ffs :D

😁

Not only does he not know what day St George's day is on, he also doesn't know what day it is today  - hopefully somebody can check on him, I think he may have over done it on his meds

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😁

Not only does he not know what day St George's day is on, he also doesn't know what day it is today  - hopefully somebody can check on him, I think he may have over done it on his meds

Having a breakfast stout with his brother?

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3 minutes ago, boltondiver said:

Having a breakfast stout with his brother?

funnily enough, work sent me another box of beer the other day, in there is a "breakfast stout"....it's about 6.5% though, I'm not sure I could be supping that at 7am

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1 minute ago, Sweep said:

funnily enough, work sent me another box of beer the other day, in there is a "breakfast stout"....it's about 6.5% though, I'm not sure I could be supping that at 7am

Work send you beer?

Where do I sign?

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That English stout must be way stronger than the paddy version.

But he's correct. The media said nowt about Christmas on the 25th of February either. Couldn't get my hands on any crackers for love nor money

Good news is at least his flag has another month to make its way here from China.

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11 minutes ago, boltondiver said:

Work send you beer?

Where do I sign?

Aye, every month since lockdown started they've sent all the employees a case of beer (or bottle of Prosecco/Wine for those who don't drink beer)  -  I'm getting a bit fucking sick of it now to be honest, as I don't drink much at home, I bet I've got over 200 cans of the stuff in the garage now.

 

Still, I'm sure it'll all get supped when we're allowed people round 

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