Discussion in 'Coffee Shop' started by andyBeaker, Jun 13, 2018.
oh joy, oh rapture........
Get ready here....
I was hoping to get the decorator in during the World Cup so I could sit and watch the paint dry. Unfortunately he insisted on the last two weeks of May so it's all over and done with.
I was also talking to a Derek Kellski from Moscow and all he did was complain about how he wouldn't be able to drive his horse box on match days due to all the people going to and from the ground.
When I saw the title of this thread, I got excited. I thought it was about my new diesel estate car.
I have already said I will let you know when it arrives - I am only about 150 miles from Felixstowe so will be able to hear the clatter of the engine when they start it up to get it off the ferry.
Oh ok, thanks
Looking forward to some quiet roads
I am looking forward to it iwas getting football withdrawal symptoms
I really miss the footy out here. Every premiership game is live on telly but with the time difference, it’s on too late for me. Especially so when the clocks go back< Saturday games kick off at 2300. Way past my bed time. Oh, hang on, it’s almost midnight now!
I enjoyed staying up all night when I was in Oz watching three or four back to back games.
Sometimes jet lag can be a good thing.
Does this mean all the saddo's will be sat in front of the box leaving the roads clear for those of us that still own & ride bikes
Have diesels been banned then??
Thing is, I live here and am fully acclimatised so there's no jet lag.
A horse and carriage makes more noise than a decent diesel. Bastard things making a racket in iron shoes clip-clopping down the road, they’re a pain in the arse. And shitting all over the road whilst they’re at it. Horses should be culled. They’re no use to society whatsoever.
Charles might have something to say about that. He's married to one.
You’re right. I could lose my head for that one!
Here ya go.
That's the mare...!
Great game last night between Spain and Portugal.
Better than watching gymkhana any day.
Horses used on the road should not have shoes on makes their feet slip.
But, surely metallised roads would wear hooves down too much and cause more serious problems.