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Oi Gary, pint of Guinness for breakfast. (I’m talking as English northerner)
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Gary, your beer is off. I'm shitting through the eye a of a needle
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happyhooker wrote:Instead of the celery stick, a crisp cooked slice of streaky bacon to stir.
I'll have one of those thanks. :(
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My first dry night yesterday. I may go for a 2nd tonight
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Frodder wrote:My first dry night yesterday. I may go for a 2nd tonight
If doesn’t work out Tena man aren’t that expensive.
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Frodder wrote:My first dry night yesterday. I may go for a 2nd tonight
Woah. I didn't drink yesterday either, but there's no need to get silly about this.
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happyhooker wrote:
Frodder wrote:My first dry night yesterday. I may go for a 2nd tonight
Woah. I didn't drink yesterday either, but there's no need to get silly about this.
You recovered from your Saturday night blow out Double H?
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just recalled one thing I miss from pubs, and that is a pinball machine or a Fussball. When off my tits I could never manage a video game, but table footy or pinball was Ninja-time and helped burn off getting too wankered.
Plus you could get Laydeez to join in and look at their bum / down their bangers whilst they jiggled around. :D
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Frodder wrote:
happyhooker wrote:
Frodder wrote:My first dry night yesterday. I may go for a 2nd tonight
Woah. I didn't drink yesterday either, but there's no need to get silly about this.
You recovered from your Saturday night blow out Double H?
Aye. Never been one for long hangovers. I could have drunk yesterday, but think I should ration and space it out. The temptation just to say 'ah, fúck it' can be quite strong.

Would love a proper pint right now.
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happyhooker wrote:
Frodder wrote:
happyhooker wrote:
Frodder wrote:My first dry night yesterday. I may go for a 2nd tonight
Woah. I didn't drink yesterday either, but there's no need to get silly about this.
You recovered from your Saturday night blow out Double H?
Aye. Never been one for long hangovers. I could have drunk yesterday, but think I should ration and space it out. The temptation just to say 'ah, fúck it' can be quite strong.

Would love a proper pint right now.
Amen to that. It's great that there are so many good canned or bottled beers available now, but there's no substitute for a properly pulled pint from a well kept cellar.
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crash 669 wrote:
happyhooker wrote:
Frodder wrote:
happyhooker wrote:
Frodder wrote:My first dry night yesterday. I may go for a 2nd tonight
Woah. I didn't drink yesterday either, but there's no need to get silly about this.
You recovered from your Saturday night blow out Double H?
Aye. Never been one for long hangovers. I could have drunk yesterday, but think I should ration and space it out. The temptation just to say 'ah, fúck it' can be quite strong.

Would love a proper pint right now.
Amen to that. It's great that there are so many good canned or bottled beers available now, but there's no substitute for a properly pulled pint from a well kept cellar.
Very much this

In a pub who's walls, floors and fireplace has seen countless pints sunk from days stretching back before I was born, preferably before any of us were born
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The big question though - sparklers or no sparklers?
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backrow wrote:just recalled one thing I miss from pubs, and that is a pinball machine or a Fussball. When off my tits I could never manage a video game, but table footy or pinball was Ninja-time and helped burn off getting too wankered.
Plus you could get Laydeez to join in and look at their bum / down their bangers whilst they jiggled around. :D
Oh do f uck off. It's a pub not an amusement arcade :P
Shove-ha'penny, cribbage, darts and maybe bar billiards
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Has anyone found my wife's thrush medication It's a white powdery substance and its in a blue wrap. We buy it from India. Its only once used so 1/3 of the normal price.
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SaintK wrote:
backrow wrote:just recalled one thing I miss from pubs, and that is a pinball machine or a Fussball. When off my tits I could never manage a video game, but table footy or pinball was Ninja-time and helped burn off getting too wankered.
Plus you could get Laydeez to join in and look at their bum / down their bangers whilst they jiggled around. :D
Oh do f uck off. It's a pub not an amusement arcade :P
Shove-ha'penny, cribbage, darts and maybe bar billiards
no, you f cuk off, apart from Darts those other games are extremely rare and limited to weird-beard Racist-on-the-Wold twee village pubs.
Proper town pubs where you can listen to some rock on the jukebox and meet busty girls in DM's would have a pool / football table even today, and a pinball up until 10 years ago. video games were more 80's and before my time apart from Student SU bars.
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SaintK wrote:
backrow wrote:just recalled one thing I miss from pubs, and that is a pinball machine or a Fussball. When off my tits I could never manage a video game, but table footy or pinball was Ninja-time and helped burn off getting too wankered.
Plus you could get Laydeez to join in and look at their bum / down their bangers whilst they jiggled around. :D
Oh do f uck off. It's a pub not an amusement arcade :P
Shove-ha'penny, cribbage, darts and maybe bar billiards
I only know of one pub with a bar billiards table these days. You rarely even see pool tables or darts boards anymore. Which is a shame, I used to love a lock in, playing darts all night and getting hustled by the ancient alcoholic at the bar.
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crash 669 wrote:
SaintK wrote:
backrow wrote:just recalled one thing I miss from pubs, and that is a pinball machine or a Fussball. When off my tits I could never manage a video game, but table footy or pinball was Ninja-time and helped burn off getting too wankered.
Plus you could get Laydeez to join in and look at their bum / down their bangers whilst they jiggled around. :D
Oh do f uck off. It's a pub not an amusement arcade :P
Shove-ha'penny, cribbage, darts and maybe bar billiards
I only know of one pub with a bar billiards table these days. You rarely even see pool tables or darts boards anymore. Which is a shame, I used to love a lock in, playing darts all night and getting hustled by the ancient alcoholic at the bar.
My local in Llanelli has a pool table and darts board. The only issue is you are frequently having to step aside as its the only way to the toilets.
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crash 669 wrote:
SaintK wrote:
backrow wrote:just recalled one thing I miss from pubs, and that is a pinball machine or a Fussball. When off my tits I could never manage a video game, but table footy or pinball was Ninja-time and helped burn off getting too wankered.
Plus you could get Laydeez to join in and look at their bum / down their bangers whilst they jiggled around. :D
Oh do f uck off. It's a pub not an amusement arcade :P
Shove-ha'penny, cribbage, darts and maybe bar billiards
I only know of one pub with a bar billiards table these days. You rarely even see pool tables or darts boards anymore. Which is a shame, I used to love a lock in, playing darts all night and getting hustled by the ancient alcoholic at the bar.
Those were the days crash. Hope I didn't take too much money off you.

There's a very decent pub near me that got renovated last year, but fortunately they kept the bar billiards table. Pool tables just take up too much floor space nowadays, especially in food rather than wet lead pubs.
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crash 669 wrote:The big question though - sparklers or no sparklers?
fudge off it’s not bonfire night.
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crash 669 wrote:The big question though - sparklers or no sparklers?


Always sparklers, always

A skilled barman can pull a decent pint without one but it defies understanding why anyone would want them to
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happyhooker wrote:
crash 669 wrote:
SaintK wrote:
backrow wrote:just recalled one thing I miss from pubs, and that is a pinball machine or a Fussball. When off my tits I could never manage a video game, but table footy or pinball was Ninja-time and helped burn off getting too wankered.
Plus you could get Laydeez to join in and look at their bum / down their bangers whilst they jiggled around. :D
Oh do f uck off. It's a pub not an amusement arcade :P
Shove-ha'penny, cribbage, darts and maybe bar billiards
I only know of one pub with a bar billiards table these days. You rarely even see pool tables or darts boards anymore. Which is a shame, I used to love a lock in, playing darts all night and getting hustled by the ancient alcoholic at the bar.
Those were the days crash. Hope I didn't take too much money off you.

There's a very decent pub near me that got renovated last year, but fortunately they kept the bar billiards table. Pool tables just take up too much floor space nowadays, especially in food rather than wet lead pubs.

when this is all over I fancy a few in The Sheep Heid Inn and their skittle alley

Up in Crash's neck of the woods

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backrow wrote:
SaintK wrote:
backrow wrote:just recalled one thing I miss from pubs, and that is a pinball machine or a Fussball. When off my tits I could never manage a video game, but table footy or pinball was Ninja-time and helped burn off getting too wankered.
Plus you could get Laydeez to join in and look at their bum / down their bangers whilst they jiggled around. :D
Oh do f uck off. It's a pub not an amusement arcade :P
Shove-ha'penny, cribbage, darts and maybe bar billiards
no, you f cuk off, apart from Darts those other games are extremely rare and limited to weird-beard Racist-on-the-Wold twee village pubs.
Proper town pubs where you can listen to some rock on the jukebox and meet busty girls in DM's would have a pool / football table even today, and a pinball up until 10 years ago. video games were more 80's and before my time apart from Student SU bars.
:lol: :lol:
Not in the pubs in Maidstone, Reading and Oxford when I first started drinking in my youth. There were shove ha'ppeny and cribbage leagues All good brewing towns as well.
Can't ever remember seeing a pin-ball machine in a pub
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Fwiw, the sparkler debate has a very simple answer: it depends on whether the beer has been brewed with that method of dispensing in mind.

This often descends into a north v south argument as the vast majority of northern breweries are with sparkler and vice versa.

Mary Jane tastes wrong without and london pride or harveys wrong with, but both can be good pints. There are examples where southern breweries are brewing beer for use with sparklers - five points bitter being one.

The other issue is that a sparkler requires a long swan neck pump. If fitted to a shorter neck it just gives you a pint of foam.
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SaintK wrote:
backrow wrote:
SaintK wrote:
backrow wrote:just recalled one thing I miss from pubs, and that is a pinball machine or a Fussball. When off my tits I could never manage a video game, but table footy or pinball was Ninja-time and helped burn off getting too wankered.
Plus you could get Laydeez to join in and look at their bum / down their bangers whilst they jiggled around. :D
Oh do f uck off. It's a pub not an amusement arcade :P
Shove-ha'penny, cribbage, darts and maybe bar billiards
no, you f cuk off, apart from Darts those other games are extremely rare and limited to weird-beard Racist-on-the-Wold twee village pubs.
Proper town pubs where you can listen to some rock on the jukebox and meet busty girls in DM's would have a pool / football table even today, and a pinball up until 10 years ago. video games were more 80's and before my time apart from Student SU bars.
:lol: :lol:
Not in the pubs in Maidstone, Reading and Oxford when I first started drinking in my youth. There were shove ha'ppeny and cribbage leagues All good brewing towns as well.
Can't ever remember seeing a pin-ball machine in a pub
Tbf, back then there were chickens on a spit over the open fire and you were served from the jug carried round filled from the barrel. By candlelight
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SaintK wrote:
backrow wrote:
SaintK wrote:
backrow wrote:just recalled one thing I miss from pubs, and that is a pinball machine or a Fussball. When off my tits I could never manage a video game, but table footy or pinball was Ninja-time and helped burn off getting too wankered.
Plus you could get Laydeez to join in and look at their bum / down their bangers whilst they jiggled around. :D
Oh do f uck off. It's a pub not an amusement arcade :P
Shove-ha'penny, cribbage, darts and maybe bar billiards
no, you f cuk off, apart from Darts those other games are extremely rare and limited to weird-beard Racist-on-the-Wold twee village pubs.
Proper town pubs where you can listen to some rock on the jukebox and meet busty girls in DM's would have a pool / football table even today, and a pinball up until 10 years ago. video games were more 80's and before my time apart from Student SU bars.
:lol: :lol:
Not in the pubs in Maidstone, Reading and Oxford when I first started drinking in my youth. There were shove ha'ppeny and cribbage leagues All good brewing towns as well.
Can't ever remember seeing a pin-ball machine in a pub
well you must be old as fudge then as there was none of that old shit (but pool tables and pinballs) cicra 1993 in the Rising Sun, 3b's, Lyndhurst, or that one behind Jacksons that I can't recall.
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LandOTurk wrote:
crash 669 wrote:
SaintK wrote:
backrow wrote:just recalled one thing I miss from pubs, and that is a pinball machine or a Fussball. When off my tits I could never manage a video game, but table footy or pinball was Ninja-time and helped burn off getting too wankered.
Plus you could get Laydeez to join in and look at their bum / down their bangers whilst they jiggled around. :D
Oh do f uck off. It's a pub not an amusement arcade :P
Shove-ha'penny, cribbage, darts and maybe bar billiards
I only know of one pub with a bar billiards table these days. You rarely even see pool tables or darts boards anymore. Which is a shame, I used to love a lock in, playing darts all night and getting hustled by the ancient alcoholic at the bar.
My local in Llanelli has a pool table and darts board. The only issue is you are frequently having to step aside as its the only way to the toilets.
You mean it's by the entrance?
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Taking yeeb's advice on pubs/beer is akin to asking rosemary west for childcare tips
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LandOTurk wrote:
crash 669 wrote:
SaintK wrote:
backrow wrote:just recalled one thing I miss from pubs, and that is a pinball machine or a Fussball. When off my tits I could never manage a video game, but table footy or pinball was Ninja-time and helped burn off getting too wankered.
Plus you could get Laydeez to join in and look at their bum / down their bangers whilst they jiggled around. :D
Oh do f uck off. It's a pub not an amusement arcade :P
Shove-ha'penny, cribbage, darts and maybe bar billiards
I only know of one pub with a bar billiards table these days. You rarely even see pool tables or darts boards anymore. Which is a shame, I used to love a lock in, playing darts all night and getting hustled by the ancient alcoholic at the bar.
My local in Llanelli has a pool table and darts board. The only issue is you are frequently having to step aside as its the only way to the toilets.
Halfway still has one, Joiners in Llwynendy up for sale (Brains), Star being closed by Felinfoel. ...........
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Ok, whose up for a game of Aunt Sally?...
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backrow wrote:
SaintK wrote:
backrow wrote:
SaintK wrote:
backrow wrote:just recalled one thing I miss from pubs, and that is a pinball machine or a Fussball. When off my tits I could never manage a video game, but table footy or pinball was Ninja-time and helped burn off getting too wankered.
Plus you could get Laydeez to join in and look at their bum / down their bangers whilst they jiggled around. :D
Oh do f uck off. It's a pub not an amusement arcade :P
Shove-ha'penny, cribbage, darts and maybe bar billiards
no, you f cuk off, apart from Darts those other games are extremely rare and limited to weird-beard Racist-on-the-Wold twee village pubs.
Proper town pubs where you can listen to some rock on the jukebox and meet busty girls in DM's would have a pool / football table even today, and a pinball up until 10 years ago. video games were more 80's and before my time apart from Student SU bars.
:lol: :lol:
Not in the pubs in Maidstone, Reading and Oxford when I first started drinking in my youth. There were shove ha'ppeny and cribbage leagues All good brewing towns as well.
Can't ever remember seeing a pin-ball machine in a pub
well you must be old as fudge then as there was none of that old shit (but pool tables and pinballs) cicra 1993 in the Rising Sun, 3b's, Lyndhurst, or that one behind Jacksons that I can't recall.
In my 40's and living in Hertfordshire by then :lol:
Still no pinball machines
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TB63 wrote:Ok, whose up for a game of Aunt Sally?...
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happyhooker wrote:Taking yeeb's advice on pubs/beer is akin to asking rosemary west for childcare tips
tbh as long as the woman are hot and the beer cold, I don't really care so you are prob correct.

am quite lucky in that most pubs round here have Youngs so pretty good range of pump beers no matter whether its a younger orientated pub or bar that would have had pinballs and pool tables a decade ago, to old git pubs like the ones you like. found a decent one a few weeks ago, the Albion in Kingston, has about 100 different draught ales and has every wall and celing covered with beermats.
no pinball or pool table and the only bird there with nice views I had already married, so didn't stay too long
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happyhooker wrote:
SaintK wrote:
backrow wrote:
SaintK wrote:
backrow wrote:just recalled one thing I miss from pubs, and that is a pinball machine or a Fussball. When off my tits I could never manage a video game, but table footy or pinball was Ninja-time and helped burn off getting too wankered.
Plus you could get Laydeez to join in and look at their bum / down their bangers whilst they jiggled around. :D
Oh do f uck off. It's a pub not an amusement arcade :P
Shove-ha'penny, cribbage, darts and maybe bar billiards
no, you f cuk off, apart from Darts those other games are extremely rare and limited to weird-beard Racist-on-the-Wold twee village pubs.
Proper town pubs where you can listen to some rock on the jukebox and meet busty girls in DM's would have a pool / football table even today, and a pinball up until 10 years ago. video games were more 80's and before my time apart from Student SU bars.
:lol: :lol:
Not in the pubs in Maidstone, Reading and Oxford when I first started drinking in my youth. There were shove ha'ppeny and cribbage leagues All good brewing towns as well.
Can't ever remember seeing a pin-ball machine in a pub
Tbf, back then there were chickens on a spit over the open fire and you were served from the jug carried round filled from the barrel. By candlelight
Busty blonde serving wench?
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Wrong login yeeb
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happyhooker wrote:Wrong login yeeb
Thanks for that.
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happyhooker wrote:
SaintK wrote:
backrow wrote:
SaintK wrote:
backrow wrote:just recalled one thing I miss from pubs, and that is a pinball machine or a Fussball. When off my tits I could never manage a video game, but table footy or pinball was Ninja-time and helped burn off getting too wankered.
Plus you could get Laydeez to join in and look at their bum / down their bangers whilst they jiggled around. :D
Oh do f uck off. It's a pub not an amusement arcade :P
Shove-ha'penny, cribbage, darts and maybe bar billiards
no, you f cuk off, apart from Darts those other games are extremely rare and limited to weird-beard Racist-on-the-Wold twee village pubs.
Proper town pubs where you can listen to some rock on the jukebox and meet busty girls in DM's would have a pool / football table even today, and a pinball up until 10 years ago. video games were more 80's and before my time apart from Student SU bars.
:lol: :lol:
Not in the pubs in Maidstone, Reading and Oxford when I first started drinking in my youth. There were shove ha'ppeny and cribbage leagues All good brewing towns as well.
Can't ever remember seeing a pin-ball machine in a pub
Tbf, back then there were chickens on a spit over the open fire and you were served from the jug carried round filled from the barrel. By candlelight
...........ahh the good old days :thumbup:
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colonel wrote:
happyhooker wrote:
crash 669 wrote:
SaintK wrote:
backrow wrote:just recalled one thing I miss from pubs, and that is a pinball machine or a Fussball. When off my tits I could never manage a video game, but table footy or pinball was Ninja-time and helped burn off getting too wankered.
Plus you could get Laydeez to join in and look at their bum / down their bangers whilst they jiggled around. :D
Oh do f uck off. It's a pub not an amusement arcade :P
Shove-ha'penny, cribbage, darts and maybe bar billiards
I only know of one pub with a bar billiards table these days. You rarely even see pool tables or darts boards anymore. Which is a shame, I used to love a lock in, playing darts all night and getting hustled by the ancient alcoholic at the bar.
Those were the days crash. Hope I didn't take too much money off you.

There's a very decent pub near me that got renovated last year, but fortunately they kept the bar billiards table. Pool tables just take up too much floor space nowadays, especially in food rather than wet lead pubs.

when this is all over I fancy a few in The Sheep Heid Inn and their skittle alley

Up in Crash's neck of the woods

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HH - think I mentioned this place to you when you were up here. Food is alright, beer selection average but feels like a proper English pub and the skittles alley is brilliant.

Went there with my old work - the twat of a manager arranged a work day in the pub but said we weren't allowed to drink. I decided to quit then and there.
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Druid wrote:
happyhooker wrote:Wrong login yeeb
Thanks for that.
Sorry, that was harsh.
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