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Showing content with the highest reputation on 26/02/24 in Posts

  1. Duncan Dinaosaurs, came over to see me, made 4 hour round trip, took me out for a Sunday lunch and a pint. Wouldn't have no money, stayed till 6.30pm he hell of great man deff, I said Thl members get together when a member down bad sad times. He seen big old Buck, little woody, and heard my crap guitar and Uke playing haha. Ps me with the larger. Ray
    20 points
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  3. 6 hours to cook for 6 minutes of eating, worth every second
    7 points
  4. slightly Korean belly pork was done in a slow cooker for 4 hours..in vedge stock loads of chili (flaked dry)...pleanty of brown sugar and some dry ginger and soya sauce.........chop up and fold into stir fry......shove into gob the pork was sublime
    6 points
  5. Ocelot tongue consume’, wrens liver pâté’, perhaps European bison milk ice cream, and maybe a cheeky little Tibetan red to wash it down, nothing exotic mind you ! Cheers.
    6 points
  6. I’m on an Aussie hunting site, mainly to keep in touch with lads I’ve hunted with, but I also like to see the “dogs for sale” section. This ad caught my eye; I thought it might interest some of us on here. I particularly like the look of the stag x greyhound, Rocky. A$800 is probably a bit less than £500, reasonable for a started dog, I think. Cheers.
    5 points
  7. The bitch was bred to Thor,she only produced one pup,we have her here,she is absolutely granite,100% single handed who will die before she quits,very hard animal yet very biddable & not a bother with other dog's & bombproof around livestock. This is her as a very young bitch,she is 3 this upcoming summer.
    5 points
  8. So sad Ray. Get Trigger to have a day off work and come up the Dales for a day out mate. Bring the old lad and I'll bring the old girl. Stay over and we can raise a glass. Always welcome.
    5 points
  9. It's only my opinion and I know I harp on about the miners strike but I believe that unity amongst ordinary working class folk was purposely destroyed in that strike with the agenda the government of the day had and I believe in my life time that unity will never return unless there is a severe breakdown in materialism and abject poverty amongst a large percentage of the population caused by a world war or some catastrophic natural disaster that affects the planet.
    4 points
  10. I agree and I remember a time when a know grafter in the community had a level of respect now most of the younger generation around me anyway look up and respect the ponce who drives round in a flash car and wears them big silly gold chains selling shit to any daft fecker that wants to buy it and has never done a day's honest graft in his life.
    3 points
  11. Carefully orchestrated. New labour gave workshy feckers more money to sit on their arse than they could ever get actually working. result, massive amounts of folks on benefits, solution ?, bring in loads of migrants we have a workforce shortage. Oh and we now need more immigrants to work in the care sector due to all the fat bstards that now think fatness is an illness and can't actually wipe their own arse because they were allowed to sit on benefits. One big massive cycle.
    3 points
  12. Fending for myself today so a quick bit of pasta with mushrooms garlic chilly and cheese sauce made with cheddar,Parmesan and mustard
    3 points
  13. You don’t get bored on days like this ; Catch a few fish , then have a mooch around with the dog, then back to catch a few more ! Cheers.
    2 points
  14. I know a Sunderland demolition burning/cutting worker who went to see the Angel,he went to check out how many cuts it would take to drop it,I can’t remember now how many he said,he bottled it in the end lol
    2 points
  15. That reminds me of the advert on tv for bags of coal ……”Contains organic material”. Cheers.
    2 points
  16. Sounds like a month python sketch! Lol
    2 points
  17. I'm hearing lots of people complain about being ill, mainly a chesty infection, for 3-4 weeks.....all seem to be women
    2 points
  18. I used to like checking out the oz an nz sites to see what breeds were in their dogs , breeds that wouldn’t get a second glance here .
    2 points
  19. I’ve seen the thing you are talking about many times, I have seen the parent say “Well, he can’t go to the online portal to improve his maths because by the time he has got home and played PlayStation and been on Facebook he runs out of time” ……I’ve actually sat next to those people and heard the words come out of their mouth ! But my point is, did those parents just happen by accident ?……because I don’t believe they did. And I see enough evidence to say no, it wasn’t an accident. To say that we have millions of these people walking around (and we do) simply because at
    2 points
  20. We all have a story mate, but the fact is our story’s are as big as us and no bigger. If a 19 year old white London lad who lives on the isle of dogs steps out his door he isn’t going to the docks to work no more, he isn’t walking amongst market stalls or going into shops owned by people just like him…..he stepping out into a 3rd world piss hole, the same one he had to go to school in. That is his lived experience, he gos home and switches on the telly and there is is again on London news….he won’t see faces like his, he won’t see ordinary white British couples in the ads break.
    2 points
  21. Cause and effect mate, I’ve been watching a few documentary’s lately about folks who live on benefits and deprived areas in the U.K. Ive also been watching similar about the US although the benefits system is obviously significantly different. The thing these communities share is that they once had an industry of some description, everyone worked in it or worked in business that supplied it or it’s workers and had the pride associated with being a working man who’s part of a community with a shared identity and value set. It was generational. The thing they all have in comm
    2 points
  22. Like poor old Denzil up against the mafia in equaliser 3
    2 points
  23. that looks banging i could eat that now its breakfast time
    2 points
  24. Can see him playing the character in his 90s taking on unscrupulous criminal care home owner's.lol
    2 points
  25. That's a very desirable trait in a cattle dog over here and often bred for.
    2 points
  26. I've seen set ups similar on the back of utes back then, shooting chairs raised off the tray. I've never seen this on a trike though, they are notorious unstable as they are. Looks like an accident waiting to happen Wolf but it wouldn't surprise me if it was a stupid Aussie idea, lol.
    2 points
  27. To be honest it’s what I see,fly into Heathrow your guided into the immigration line not by brits but by Indians,some of the border control officers at Heathrow are Indian,the prime minister and many MP’s again Indian,London our capital city is mostly foreigners all living in their little enclaves.Go to India no brits in the airport nor parliament,we got it wrong a long time ago,no turning back now,we already took the wrong turn.
    2 points
  28. We are past the threshold,past the tipping point,unity should have been a long time ago,it’s beyond that,that’s the reality,the harsh truth.
    2 points
  29. Just back from 2 hour walk in rain, so nice to not see anyone lol Fire lit Irish coffee and a good book thats me sorted.
    2 points
  30. I survived lads... just!! Lol Cup of tea and syrup sponge incoming!
    2 points
  31. I like dogs that bite, they go right up in my estimation.
    1 point
  32. Couple of some youngsters
    1 point
  33. Looks a smart thing mate I do like the custom builds I’ve been thinking about doing a custom build I’ve got lots of bits an bobs for a 03 kx 125 I was thinking of putting together another 03 kx125 but it’s just the engine there like gold dust I was thinking of putting a tzr 125 engine with a 170cc big bore kit on it in a kx frame with 2017-2020 plastics kit and try an road legalise it think it’d be something a bit different and quirky
    1 point
  34. Maybe @Aussie Whip might be able to help
    1 point
  35. All seriousness mate, get a hamster or something. A lot easier in your situation than a ferret, they aren’t really indoor animals in my opinion although people do keep them indoors. If you really really want a ferret you’ll need two as they are sociable animals and prefer company. Best thing is get two and have them neutered as this will limit the smell but not eliminate it and stop issues with coming into season. They are very instinct driven animals and in my opinion should be worked but they are very friendly and docile animals so not bad pets.
    1 point
  36. How does the DNA testing work? To my limited knowledge a Jagd was the Nazi attempt to create a black and tan fox terrier. The fox terrier at that time is what we would now class as a Parson. So surely the DNA make up of a Jagd is the same as the DNA make up of a modern Parson? And the same DNA as a modern KC fox terrier as the show breeders created their freaks from the original working terriers that were registered in the late 19th century and they closed the gene pool. If it had been around at the time I would loved to have had one dog in particular DNA tested. Pedigree unknown and loo
    1 point
  37. No more foot aunches from sarangkot for a while then?A life less ordinary, he sounds an interesting guy.
    1 point
  38. People who go cold water swimming who wear those stupid long coats with a Costa coffee glued to their hands, look every body I’ve been in the cold water and it’s -5 f**k off….
    1 point
  39. Ya get variations my lad 20 his sis 18 1/2 Grand dam and grand sire on bitch side
    1 point
  40. My dog was a rotten b*****d with any stranger up until he was about 15-18 months old. He was bought up in a family, he was around kids and cattle from day one but he wouldn't wear strangers. Hope he works out for you mate, he'll look a different dog once he shapes up.........saying that I'm still carrying my puppy fat at 55
    1 point
  41. Is it thought it was a acd x greyhound x collie greyhound x acd x greyhound I think be a strong dog that's for sure
    1 point
  42. Had a call at dinnertime today,from a lad who had a dog I bred from me in October 2014..went doing what he was bred for...RIP Banjo lad..
    1 point
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