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I didn't, but now i know where you lunch...


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I didn't, but now i know where you lunch...


this was a one off.

Usually, I snack at Lynne's Pantry.

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does Lynne not mind ?

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Eoin wrote:
does Lynne not mind ?


no, not at all.

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i'm off to waterstones shortly to buy a novel called "Hangover Square" - it is about a barroom philosopher and his unrequited love, set in dark, gloomy, smoke-filled pubs.

It sounds right up my street.

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Read that one years ago.

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Dawoodcock wrote:
Read that one years ago.


Just about to start reading it, i will continue doing so - coincidentally enough - in fagans with a pint.

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Luke M wrote:
i'm off to waterstones shortly to buy a novel called "Hangover Square" - it is about a barroom philosopher and his unrequited love, set in dark, gloomy, smoke-filled pubs.

It sounds right up my street.


Hamilton is one of me fave writers - you'll enjoy the book pal .Don't end up like the lead character though(I won't give the story away!) :?

('Gorse trilogy' is great , as is 'Twenty Thousand Streets Under the Sky' etc Gaslight the movie is on BBC4 on Saturday - part of the knob-rubbing , back scratching Stephen Fry night [national treasure - me arse], but never mind) :study:

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Don't end up like the lead character though


why do you think i bought the book? :shock: :? :wink:

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Luke M wrote:
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Don't end up like the lead character though


why do you think i bought the book? :shock: :? :wink:


Warning ! - watch your back CraigA ! :shock:

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I'm terrified.


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I would never raise a hand in anger toward Craig - his company is too valuable*

*and i owe him a pint too.

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I'm terrified.


You don't want to push Luke off the edge - he might have murder on his mind after reading the book (thought I'd warn you!) :wink:

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how are you in fagans and posting on here, i hope you're not one of these types who sit in pubs and cafes with your laptop out banging away.

Also i didn't realise Fagans had WiFi!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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how are you in fagans and posting on here, i hope you're not one of these types who sit in pubs and cafes with your laptop out banging away.

Also i didn't realise Fagans had WiFi!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


i said fagans later, to be precise, at 5.30pm, and for the record i never take my laptop out of my house.

at present i am in an office.

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