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Discussion in 'The Pub' started by Loz, Jan 28, 2008.
And I don't care who knows it.
Furthermore, he pickles a very serviceable chutney.
Yeah, but does it wheelie?
It's Off-Topic, so it doesn't have to .
We miss the old Mark on the boards, Loz, how is he???
And his Chilli Cassata Ice Cream is to die for :wink:
And to think I passed this up to do painting....
I'd been wondering the same thing Paul, until we ran into each other lane-splitting up Alexandra parade. One of the best things about open-face lids is you can actually talk to people in traffic.
He's alive and well, studying and running an engineering business from home. Libby's good too. And they laid on 4 kegs of the best fecken beer I've had. Got me and Jake rather saucy in fact, my poor housemate received the bear-hugging of a lifetime when I stumbled in the door.
Poor bloody Cory. Leave him alone you bloody bully.
He's hiding from me a bit today.
He is probably afraid that you are going thru a "brokeback mt." phase.
His skills are obviously getting better with that sidecar.
I missed it too. Oh well. Visiting Italian relo's must be paid respects.
He certainly does brew a bloody good drop!
So how did all the Oz poetry go down?
Having a friend offer me a pint glass and point me in the direction of four kegs has a profound and special effect on me - jolly rotten drunkeness!
Twas a fantastic bbq, there was poetry no less! Thank Cheng for driving me home Loz, I can't remember much after the scotch got brought out so I might have forgotten to.
I wonder what Mark is up to this weekend? :grin:
And after that call on Sunday to tee up the ride for Monday as well!!
At least it was worth it
I know, I know! I wasn't expecting to wake as an extra in Shaun Of The Dead. I felt doubly crap yesterday because I knew I was missing a good ride.