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Crash, yea, I mentioned it. I went on a stag do there once.


And before any cùnt makes the joke, I did not get thrown down the skittle alley.
















The winger did though and we got chucked out.
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happyhooker wrote:
Druid wrote:
happyhooker wrote:Wrong login yeeb
Thanks for that.
Sorry, that was harsh.
All good fun HH.
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The top pic of Heid Inn. Where the f do you rest your pint? On your knee? Fancy tossers pub, lacks drinking apparatus.
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LandOTurk wrote:The top pic of Heid Inn. Where the f do you rest your pint? On your knee? Fancy tossers pub, lacks drinking apparatus.
That picture is just the other end of the skittles alley, not the actual bar. In the pub it's the normal set up with tables and shit.
TB63 wrote:Ok, whose up for a game of Aunt Sally?...
Now we're talking! Haven't played Aunt Sally in nearly 10 years, but the one pub in Oxford that still has a bar billiards table is in an Aunt Sally league still. Also has it's own brewery. God I love that pub.
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CherryB please, Gary. In fact make it 2, I feel a session coming on.
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crash 669 wrote:
LandOTurk wrote:The top pic of Heid Inn. Where the f do you rest your pint? On your knee? Fancy tossers pub, lacks drinking apparatus.
That picture is just the other end of the skittles alley, not the actual bar. In the pub it's the normal set up with tables and shit.
TB63 wrote:Ok, whose up for a game of Aunt Sally?...
Now we're talking! Haven't played Aunt Sally in nearly 10 years, but the one pub in Oxford that still has a bar billiards table is in an Aunt Sally league still. Also has it's own brewery. God I love that pub.
I don't know of a pub that brews it's own beers in oxford!!!

Which one is it?
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happyhooker wrote:
crash 669 wrote:
LandOTurk wrote:The top pic of Heid Inn. Where the f do you rest your pint? On your knee? Fancy tossers pub, lacks drinking apparatus.
That picture is just the other end of the skittles alley, not the actual bar. In the pub it's the normal set up with tables and shit.
TB63 wrote:Ok, whose up for a game of Aunt Sally?...
Now we're talking! Haven't played Aunt Sally in nearly 10 years, but the one pub in Oxford that still has a bar billiards table is in an Aunt Sally league still. Also has it's own brewery. God I love that pub.
I don't know of a pub that brews it's own beers in oxford!!!

Which one is it?
Masons Arms in Headington Quarry. One of those places you would never in a million years find unless you knew it was there. Their beer fest (August time IIRC) IS OUTSTANDING.Highly recommend even if it looks shit, it's great.
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Frodder wrote:My first dry night yesterday. I may go for a 2nd tonight
Didn't make it
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Frodder wrote:
Frodder wrote:My first dry night yesterday. I may go for a 2nd tonight
Didn't make it
Good lad.
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Frodder wrote:
Frodder wrote:My first dry night yesterday. I may go for a 2nd tonight
Didn't make it
Change the sheets
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Pint of Omnium and some scampi fries please


Anyone fancy a game of darts?


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Double 20
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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.
Once he enters the dry room upstairs, that is the last you will ever seen of him :twisted:
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Kiwias 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.
Once he enters the dry room upstairs, that is the last you will ever seen of him :twisted:
Is this pub in Oundle then ?
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backrow wrote:
Kiwias 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.
Once he enters the dry room upstairs, that is the last you will ever seen of him :twisted:
Is this pub in Oundle then ?
THe shute in the corner goes straight to the edge of the patio and some old codger is often seen wandering around talking to anyone he can see. Last time I saw him, he had a shovel in his hand.
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Kiwias wrote:
backrow wrote:
Kiwias 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.
Once he enters the dry room upstairs, that is the last you will ever seen of him :twisted:
Is this pub in Oundle then ?
THe shute in the corner goes straight to the edge of the patio and some old codger is often seen wandering around talking to anyone he can see. Last time I saw him, he had a shovel in his hand.
Was it a festool though?
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Kiwias wrote:
backrow wrote:
Kiwias 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.
Once he enters the dry room upstairs, that is the last you will ever seen of him :twisted:
Is this pub in Oundle then ?
THe shute in the corner goes straight to the edge of the patio and some old codger is often seen wandering around talking to anyone he can see. Last time I saw him, he had a shovel in his hand.
Like all pub bores!!!
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20

treble 5

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I'll get one in while you're throwing

Im getting a Golden Pippin, what are you on?
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colonel wrote:I'll get one in while you're throwing

Im getting a Golden Pippin, what are you on?
If he's change the barrel I'll have an UBU, that last one was rough.

20
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Bugger me, lads, it's darts not chess. A bit of pace wouldn't hurt.
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Keith wrote:Bugger me, lads, it's darts not chess. A bit of pace wouldn't hurt.
And a dart in Keith's shoulder with my next throw.
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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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It's generally full of tossers.
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crash 669 wrote:
Keith wrote:Bugger me, lads, it's darts not chess. A bit of pace wouldn't hurt.
And a dart in Keith's shoulder with my next throw.
Looking at your scoring, you'd hit either my ankle or that fat bird stood at the bar
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Keith wrote:
crash 669 wrote:
Keith wrote:Bugger me, lads, it's darts not chess. A bit of pace wouldn't hurt.
And a dart in Keith's shoulder with my next throw.
Looking at your scoring, you'd hit either my ankle or that fat bird stood at the bar
:lol: :lol:
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Keith wrote:
crash 669 wrote:
Keith wrote:Bugger me, lads, it's darts not chess. A bit of pace wouldn't hurt.
And a dart in Keith's shoulder with my next throw.
Looking at your scoring, you'd hit either my ankle or that fat bird stood at the bar
That's mullet you fool
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Keith wrote:
crash 669 wrote:
Keith wrote:Bugger me, lads, it's darts not chess. A bit of pace wouldn't hurt.
And a dart in Keith's shoulder with my next throw.
Looking at your scoring, you'd hit either my ankle or that fat bird stood at the bar
Have you seen her mate though?
**Buys the wingman Welshman a beer and points him at the big boned gal
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happyhooker wrote:
Keith wrote:
crash 669 wrote:
Keith wrote:Bugger me, lads, it's darts not chess. A bit of pace wouldn't hurt.
And a dart in Keith's shoulder with my next throw.
Looking at your scoring, you'd hit either my ankle or that fat bird stood at the bar
That's mullet you fool
Fair enough, legitimate target, that
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message #2527204 wrote:
Keith wrote:
crash 669 wrote:
Keith wrote:Bugger me, lads, it's darts not chess. A bit of pace wouldn't hurt.
And a dart in Keith's shoulder with my next throw.
Looking at your scoring, you'd hit either my ankle or that fat bird stood at the bar
Have you seen her mate though?
**Buys the wingman Welshman a beer and points him at the big boned gal
She's prime marriage material in the valleys, plenty of warmth to see you through the long, dark nights.

Gary, line up the shots, down one for a double, a double for a treble.
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Just remember, the only place you can pay for sex with chips is Las Vegas..











And Merthyr Tydfil. ...
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Gary! An Ubu and a golden pippin please

And a bag of brannigans

Treble 20

20

Bounces off the wire

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* downs double scotch *
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Miss the board
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Double stoly thank you Gary.

Oi, globus, colonel said he wanted to hear about how you invented the graphics card! Well put the shovel down and come in here then!
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Will you pricks be careful with those fucking arrows???!! FFS!!! How can a man enjoy a pint of Watson’s with all that noise!!

Tsk! SMH! Youth of today
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Leeds pale, an Ubu and some mini cheddars

2 tequila slammers as well please


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Outer bull
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Wait, was I just throwing at the mirror?
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2 Snakebites and 2 sambucas please Gerry..



is it my go?


AND...and...gerry, are there any scotch eggs left?


miss

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Actually are there any pickled eggs? After a week in here I need some firming up.

And have you got any of that Serbian stuff left Gary? You know, the stuff we smuggled through customs that time, sent that fella blind for a bit. Aye, two shots of that ta.

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Lads, Gary appears to have snuffed it. He's slumped over a crate of Babycham in the corner
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Got on scales today. Some pretty hefty numbers
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Keith wrote:Lads, Gary appears to have snuffed it. He's slumped over a crate of Babycham in the corner

GARY!! GARY!! Fight it Gary, dont head into the light! Wheres the key to the cellar?
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