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About ollieollie

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    South Birmingham

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  1. Smelly b*****ds. Disgusting

    Dirty animals, stake them out at low tide
  2. Double bow back ferret box

    Bit too fancy for me jok but looks good mate! Do you make a more traditional box?
  3. Your Life Is Great For Three Reasons?

    Being a dad, all the forms of hunting I do and visiting new places
  4. Ferreting and shooting opportunity available.

    Good offer!! S.hite when some bum hole abuses trust
  5. New layout

    I have tried but I still think its s.hite.
  6. New layout

    i remember my folks asking for help with the video player, i have come full circle now and i dont understand anymore
  7. New layout

    I dont like change
  8. Traditional Pubs

    Oh and the local morris dancers often do a bit there which I really enjoy. Its almost like being in england
  9. Traditional Pubs

    My local(that's not local) is called the weighbridge, in a village called alvechurch. £3.20 a pint, no doom bar there, always 3 ales you've never had before, 6 in total. Some good cider. All very well kept by a professional landlord who knows how to treat ales. Baps, pork pies, scotch eggs, nuts and scratchings. Nice little pub on the canal. I must pass 10 pubs to get there but I wouldn't go anywhere else, still shuts in the afternoon which suits me, keeps me sensible
  10. Traditional Pubs

    You will find pubs like this in the black country, Pint of Bathams and a pork pie for about £3,50.
  11. Long Net Free To Collect Hemel Hempstead

    Great offer, if only you were closer
  12. Old Time Ravers Lol

    Ooh imagine how they're all feeling now, ruffa dan dem. Spliffs rolled, beer out, kettle on and stand by the radiator.. continue until your energy is gone and it's sleep time. Not for me
  13. Old Time Ravers Lol

    I really like the Custard factory in Birmingham..........none of that dress code bullshit, though I quite liked Ms Moneypennys as well...;-) Following on from the rave scene i was a sometimes weekly visitor to the custard factory when the club bit was called the medicine bar. It was a very early venue for the emerging breakbeat scene. Stanton warriors, freestylers, plump djs etc. They would drain the pond, put a marquee over it and party all night. A lovely friendly place to go when the rave scene was being infected by moody tossers and mc's who you couldnt understand. The resident, dj kahuna played an unbelievably good set every week without fail I'd almost forgot it was called the Medicine bar :-) My mate lived & worked in Birmingham & that place was one of our favourites for a while. I sat round that pond quite a lot & I remember the security were relaxed ;-) I dare say we brushed shoulders mate, amazing place- good times!!
  14. Old Time Ravers Lol

    And the girls were very presentable to say the least
  15. Old Time Ravers Lol

    I really like the Custard factory in Birmingham..........none of that dress code bullshit, though I quite liked Ms Moneypennys as well...;-) Following on from the rave scene i was a sometimes weekly visitor to the custard factory when the club bit was called the medicine bar. It was a very early venue for the emerging breakbeat scene. Stanton warriors, freestylers, plump djs etc. They would drain the pond, put a marquee over it and party all night. A lovely friendly place to go when the rave scene was being infected by moody tossers and mc's who you couldnt understand. The resident, dj kahuna played an unbelievably good set every week without fail
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