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If I am drinking Bolly, I certainly wouldn't be putting Ice in it.

No but you might put it in the ice

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OMG, meat pies is STILL going? Lol

 

 

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We sort of left the topic but came back around to it again and again and again:D.

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Crikey Mic, I would want a few bottles of Bollinger Champers in it at point of sale for that price.:D Perhaps a big Lobster, couple of kilos of King Prawns and a couple of Spanner Crabs as well, plus the prescribed ice of course.

Only in Pollie City would you find a Gucci Ice Box,probably sells well Uncle Les, cost reclaimed on the old Expense account and a thank you to the Taxpayer.:eek:

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OMG, meat pies is STILL going? Lol

 

 

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The fellows have worked hard on this thread Newby and deserve a box of 4N20's with a bottle of Aldi Sauce.GF for Uncle Les. lol:D

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The fellows have worked hard on this thread Newby and deserve a box of 4N20's with a bottle of Aldi Sauce.GF for Uncle Les. lol:D
And don't forget what it's done for overseas relations.After brexit the UK will negotiate a lucrative trade deal in pies,lol.

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And don't forget what it's done for overseas relations.After brexit the UK will negotiate a lucrative trade deal in pies,lol.

Well spotted Brian, glad to see you have survived that P&O UK Thread. Hope your not in Italy at the moment they take the World Cup as their property!. Will our "Hammers" survive?,should never have moved to that new ground....Cheers:)

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Only in Pollie City would you find a Gucci Ice Box,probably sells well Uncle Les, cost reclaimed on the old Expense account and a thank you to the Taxpayer.:eek:

The friend with the expensive Esky lives in Newcastle. Bought it from BCF.

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And don't forget what it's done for overseas relations.After brexit the UK will negotiate a lucrative trade deal in pies,lol.

There is a lot of dough to be made in pastries.:D

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The friend with the expensive Esky lives in Newcastle. Bought it from BCF.

Apologies Mic ,but not to the Pollies, must have misread the post; Newcastle BCF I have ruled out my Prawn Trawling mate ,could it be Tinkler?lol;p

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OMG, meat pies is STILL going? Lol

 

 

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Yes, but on to Eskys at the moment. Next week it will be Sticky Date puddings.:')

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Hi,it's changed since then.You can get your car serviced there now and all sorts.Our cool box is a dual voltage fridge,but we do put frozen packs in it to keep it even cooler,cheers,Brian.

 

Thanks Brian, now I know all about ye olde Halfords. Must call in to one of their stores next year, when I am out and about in merry olde England.:cool: I doubt if the pubs/hotels I am staying in in between cruises will have ye olde jubbly Walls Sausages though, more like mystery bags from Tesco or Lidl.

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Yes, but on to Eskys at the moment. Next week it will be Sticky Date puddings.:')

No Dates disagree with me.

 

Though I am hoping to turn my hand to a Chrissy Pudd this week.

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The friend with the expensive Esky lives in Newcastle. Bought it from BCF.

 

 

Oh well no bolly in it then, probably just Tooheys Black, prawns and some bait.

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No Dates disagree with me.

 

Though I am hoping to turn my hand to a Chrissy Pudd this week.

 

I had sticky date puddings in my brain, having just returned from packing/delivery for Meals on Wheels. The frozen Xmas Puddings and Turkey dinners will be distributed in the next few weeks, to those less fortunate than us or those who just cannot get out and about.

 

www.eurobodallamealsonwheels.com (I am in there, check About - The Board.)

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The friend with the expensive Esky lives in Newcastle. Bought it from BCF.

 

Got a brand new BCF down here Mic, where 'Little Woolies' was, opposite the Services Club and Centrelink Building.:halo:

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Oh well no bolly in it then, probably just Tooheys Black, prawns and some bait.

 

Used to be my favourite beer - Tooheys Hunter Old @ 'The Black.' Lubbly Jubbly.

 

Now called Tooheys Black Ale, right?

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I had sticky date puddings in my brain, having just returned from packing/delivery for Meals on Wheels. The frozen Xmas Puddings and Turkey dinners will be distributed in the next few weeks, to those less fortunate than us or those who just cannot get out and about.

 

www.eurobodallamealsonwheels.com (I am in there, check About - The Board.)

 

 

Good work a Uncle Les, I hope I never need meals on wheels, but gee they do a great and important job.

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The fellows have worked hard on this thread Newby and deserve a box of 4N20's with a bottle of Aldi Sauce.GF for Uncle Les. lol:D

 

Thanks for thinking of me mate. The sauce is ok, but not the pies, would make me crook as Rookwood. :eek::o

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Got a brand new BCF down here Mic, where 'Little Woolies' was, opposite the Services Club and Centrelink Building.:halo:

They will do a good trade.

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Used to be my favourite beer - Tooheys Hunter Old @ 'The Black.' Lubbly Jubbly.

 

Now called Tooheys Black Ale, right?

Coopers Dark Ale, like a beer milkshake.:D

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Used to be my favourite beer - Tooheys Hunter Old @ 'The Black.' Lubbly Jubbly.

 

Now called Tooheys Black Ale, right?

Pretty sure it’s still called a Tooheys Old Les.

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