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38 minutes ago, PaddockLad said:


A lot of old skool Fulham lads used to be from the Putney side of the bridge . Back in the early-mid 90s I used to have friends in Earlsfield and we’d do the pubs on Putney High street regularly just as the area was beginning to gentrify. I wouldn’t say it was as big a shithole as Hoxton/Shoreditch but it was a bit rough and ready to say the least. I can’t believe London nowadays & I’ve never lived there permanently but Putney is really galling. More chance of getting a beer in Fulham itself and it’s always been posh. 

 

Love the realism in this.

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35 minutes ago, Dr Gloom said:

mind last time was out in shoreditch was an opener. it was a slightly rough-around-the-edges, arty hipster destination when i first landed here in the early 2000s. went for a drink there in the summer and it was like i'd walked into an episodes of the only way is essex: fake tan, steroid bros and trout pouts as far as the eye could see

 

Shoreditch has been properly gentrified, it's absolutely worlds apart from what it was like 30 years ago.

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19 minutes ago, Craig said:

 

Shoreditch has been properly gentrified, it's absolutely worlds apart from what it was like 30 years ago.

 

it was still a little rough but coming up in the early 00s when i first got here. felt like a cool destination back then. bland as fuck these days 

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I loved London when I first moved there but after a month I thought it lacked anything of substance. Fucked lasses from all over and came home thinking they're nee different. Just want looking after by a gadgie with a big cock. I'll keep looking. 

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5 minutes ago, MMXXVIII said:

I loved London when I first moved there but after a month I thought it lacked anything of substance. Fucked lasses from all over and came home thinking they're nee different. Just want looking after by a gadgie with a big cock. I'll keep looking. 

 

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I spent a fair bit of time there in the 90s. When I’ve gone back recently (mainly pre-covid) and spent a lot of time there for work. I dunno. I still like it but, but while I know everything has changed, it’s so fucking synthetic now in loads of parts. I quite liked one time I couldn’t get a hotel near Whitehall and stayed just off Euston Road. At least it had a bit of an edge to it. Not that I fancy getting stabbed but you know what I mean. Peckham seems canny these days 

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21 minutes ago, Craig said:

 

Shoreditch has been properly gentrified, it's absolutely worlds apart from what it was like 30 years ago.

 

That doesn't sound gentrified though, it just sounds shit. 

Anyway, I remember the toontastic brief meet for the Fulham match when I think Allerdyce had just taken charge, the one we won 1-0 and it was FUCKING FREEZING. Come to think of it, all my coldest matches have been in the capital. One where we lost 4-0 to Spurs particularly comes to mind, Trafalgar Square fountain was frozen solid. 

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peckham is class and reminds of what shoreditch was like back in the day. really arty, cool pubs and restaurants and still has old peckham and new peckham but i sense the direction of travel might be the same as with shoreditch

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55 minutes ago, The Fish said:

Bricklayers Arms is good. Built for dwarfs though. 

 

If Robin Robin ever comes over, we could take him there, if it's good for dwarfs it'll be fine for hobbitses

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Just now, Renton said:

 

That doesn't sound gentrified though, it just sounds shit. 

Anyway, I remember the toontastic brief meet for the Fulham match when I think Allerdyce had just taken charge, the one we won 1-0 and it was FUCKING FREEZING. Come to think of it, all my coldest matches have been in the capital. One where we lost 4-0 to Spurs particularly comes to mind, Trafalgar Square fountain was frozen solid. 

Was an abysmal match too (the Fulham one). Chez’s Bolivian marching powder couldn’t even hide that 

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2 minutes ago, Dr Gloom said:

peckham is class and reminds of what shoreditch was like back in the day. really arty, cool pubs and restaurants and still has old peckham and new peckham but i sense the direction of travel might be the same as with shoreditch

Aye, that’ll definitely happen like 

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16 minutes ago, MMXXVIII said:

Just want looking after by a gadgie with a big cock. I'll keep looking. 

This lad, ewerk and CT should form a club. 
 

The Mini Mycologists. 

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1 minute ago, Monkeys Fist said:

This lad, ewerk and CT should form a club. 
 

The Mini Mycologists. 

you forgot the chinese mouse 

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1 minute ago, Monkeys Fist said:

This lad, ewerk and CT should form a club. 
 

The Mini Mycologists. 

 

Also Gemmill, famously hung like a chinese mouse (allegedly, not sure of the shape). When was ewerk admitted to this club? 

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9 minutes ago, Renton said:

 

That doesn't sound gentrified though, it just sounds shit. 

Anyway, I remember the toontastic brief meet for the Fulham match when I think Allerdyce had just taken charge, the one we won 1-0 and it was FUCKING FREEZING. Come to think of it, all my coldest matches have been in the capital. One where we lost 4-0 to Spurs particularly comes to mind, Trafalgar Square fountain was frozen solid. 

West Brom boxing day 85 when Ian Baird who was on loan scored for us was the coldest match in my memory. Officially Bastard Freezing to use the correct technical term. 

 

The infamous Stevenage 1-1 was brutal as well - horizontal rain in our faces. 

 

 

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14 minutes ago, Alex said:

Was an abysmal match too (the Fulham one). Chez’s Bolivian marching powder couldn’t even hide that 

 

chez had you blowing it up each other's arses, i expect

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2 minutes ago, NJS said:

West Brom boxing day 85 when Ian Baird who was on loan scored for us was the coldest match in my memory. Officially Bastard Freezing to use the correct technical term. 

 

The infamous Stevenage 1-1 was brutal as well - horizontal rain in our faces. 

 

 

 

Back in the days before all seaters you could huddle together like a flock af Antarctic penguins though. 

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6 minutes ago, Renton said:

 

Also Gemmill, famously hung like a chinese mouse (allegedly, not sure of the shape). When was ewerk admitted to this club? 

 

5 minutes ago, ewerk said:

 

It's news to me too!

 

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5 minutes ago, Renton said:

My bad, I thought ewerk was talking about his proclivity to stick vaping apparatus up his arse there, not his penis size. :thumbsup:

 

i was weighing up both options until MF clarified the situation 

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26 minutes ago, Dr Gloom said:

 

chez had you blowing it up each other's arses, i expect

He can afford that sort of carry on but I’m far too thrifty 

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