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Hero-of-the-night Offline
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English Counties
What counties have you never been to?
After this weekend ive now visited every one, most with football and work though.
(This post was last modified: 27-05-2018 19:30 by Hero-of-the-night.)
27-05-2018 19:29
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Bally Online
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RE: English Counties
I don't think there is any mainland county I haven't been to. I've done the Outer Hebs as well as Orkney
27-05-2018 19:41
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If its not Yorkshire its not worth going to. Pure and simple. Yorkshire is God’s County. The envy of the World.
27-05-2018 21:05
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RE: English Counties
Cornwall the stand out one for me.
28-05-2018 07:00
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(28-05-2018 07:00)seasider Wrote:  Cornwall the stand out one for me.

That’s where we are at the moment, near Polzeath. We are rather disappointed,*** North Yorkshire Around kirkham or the Ribble Valley in Lancashire win it for us.

Scotland wipes the floor with the rest of the UK as far as scenery goes.

*** Not many pubs, got charges £12.80 for two pasties, no pudding in the chippy, people are poorly dressed and houses don’t seem to be maintained like up north.
28-05-2018 09:41
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RE: English Counties
Just been on Plymouth Argyles forum and I quote...
“ Just had a Northern Monkey in my fish shop who had the audacity to ask for a pudding in a fish shop. Thick fucker. He was dressed like a tramp too. Smelled shocking. He had a right gob on him,a right cunt,babbling on about our thatched roof cottages not been as good as his high rise flat back home. I sent him round to my brothers place who charged him £12.80 for two Ginsters frozen pasties. The thick monkey will never know. Tourists hey Laugh
28-05-2018 10:00
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(28-05-2018 10:00)Qblock87 Wrote:  Just been on Plymouth Argyles forum and I quote...
“ Just had a Northern Monkey in my fish shop who had the audacity to ask for a pudding in a fish shop. Thick fucker. He was dressed like a tramp too. Smelled shocking. He had a right gob on him,a right cunt,babbling on about our thatched roof cottages not been as good as his high rise flat back home. I sent him round to my brothers place who charged him £12.80 for two Ginsters frozen pasties. The thick monkey will never know. Tourists hey Laugh

Cant be me. One, I don’t dress badly and two, I don’t like speaking to people so wouldn’t babble on.

I was actually going to put that on my list of things I don’t like about Cornwall, every fucker is so friendly and wants to speak to you.
I don’t even speak to my wife, so I wouldn’t want to speak to a stranger!
28-05-2018 10:47
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(28-05-2018 10:00)Qblock87 Wrote:  Just been on Plymouth Argyles forum and I quote...
“ Just had a Northern Monkey in my fish shop who had the audacity to ask for a pudding in a fish shop. Thick fucker. He was dressed like a tramp too. Smelled shocking. He had a right gob on him,a right cunt,babbling on about our thatched roof cottages not been as good as his high rise flat back home. I sent him round to my brothers place who charged him £12.80 for two Ginsters frozen pasties. The thick monkey will never know. Tourists hey Laugh

Apart from that, ok?
28-05-2018 12:36
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Sussex. Though I'd like to visit the Amex, or whatever Brighton's stadium is called.
28-05-2018 15:17
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(28-05-2018 09:41)Hero-of-the-night Wrote:  That’s where we are at the moment, near Polzeath. We are rather disappointed,*** North Yorkshire Around kirkham or the Ribble Valley in Lancashire win it for us.

Scotland wipes the floor with the rest of the UK as far as scenery goes.

*** Not many pubs, got charges £12.80 for two pasties, no pudding in the chippy, people are poorly dressed and houses don’t seem to be maintained like up north.

£12.80 for 2 pasties? That's what you get for shopping in waitrose.
28-05-2018 15:45
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RE: English Counties
I've been to all on mainland Britain - but not Northern Ireland
28-05-2018 20:41
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(28-05-2018 20:41)daib0 Wrote:  I've been to all on mainland Britain - but not Northern Ireland

They say there is some stunning scenery in Northern Ireland.what I have seen on the likes of Coast I wouldn't disagree.
28-05-2018 21:43
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(28-05-2018 21:43)thetruth1953 Wrote:  They say there is some stunning scenery in Northern Ireland.what I have seen on the likes of Coast I wouldn't disagree.

yep, the west coast of the Republic gets all the intention, but one day I'll have to visit around the north Thumbsup2
30-05-2018 12:36
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(30-05-2018 12:36)daib0 Wrote:  yep, the west coast of the Republic gets all the intention, but one day I'll have to visit around the north Thumbsup2

All around the giants causeway is stunning
30-05-2018 13:50
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