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General discussion / Re: Holidays
« on: August 03, 2021, 02:58:10 PM »
Hi Folks

Any recommendations for family hotels in and around the Dublin/surrounding areas?

Thanks

SF

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General discussion / Re: The Offical Glasgow Celtic thread
« on: May 29, 2021, 12:38:45 AM »
Has Howe been approached late on by others??

Crystal Palace.....someone else??

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General discussion / Re: Student Days
« on: May 12, 2021, 09:56:43 PM »
Got turned away from the Bot one night.....must have been the young face...

Made my way into the Jurassic Park (Welly Park) to keep the rip going.....slipped in the front door and up to the bar.... in the hope of somehow getting back in the Bot eventually....

Anyway....it lived up to its name and I fell in with a absolute Milf from Downpatrick who was twice my age.....

What a night........will spare the details.....although when I woke up in the am there was 3 more of them watching morning tv in the room with us both....awkward......"can you pass me my jeans over please"?.....as I moved to the door.....

I often reminisce......and wonder how she looks now at the approximate age of 60 at this stage.......absolutely deadly in my mind anyway 👌🏻👌🏻

Did ye do er up the shitter?

Na....she wasn't a Muck Savage lad.....

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General discussion / Re: Student Days
« on: May 12, 2021, 09:14:21 PM »
Got turned away from the Bot one night.....must have been the young face...

Made my way into the Jurassic Park (Welly Park) to keep the rip going.....slipped in the front door and up to the bar.... in the hope of somehow getting back in the Bot eventually....

Anyway....it lived up to its name and I fell in with an absolute Milf from Downpatrick who was twice my age.....

What a night........will spare the details.....although when I woke up in the am there was 3 more of them watching morning tv in the room with us both....awkward......"can you pass me my jeans over please"?.....as I moved to the door.....

I often reminisce......and wonder how she looks now at the approximate age of 60 at this stage.......absolutely deadly in my mind anyway 👌🏻👌🏻

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General discussion / Re: Student Days
« on: May 12, 2021, 09:04:36 PM »
Got turned away from the Bot one night.....must have been the young face...

Made my way into the Jurassic Park (Welly Park) to keep the rip going.....slipped in the front door and up to the bar.... in the hope of somehow getting back in the Bot eventually....

Anyway....it lived up to its name and I fell in with a absolute Milf from Downpatrick who was twice my age.....

What a night........will spare the details.....although when I woke up in the am there was 3 more of them watching morning tv in the room with us both....awkward......"can you pass me my jeans over please"?.....as I moved to the door.....

I often reminisce......and wonder how she looks now at the approximate age of 60 at this stage.......absolutely deadly in my mind anyway 👌🏻👌🏻

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General discussion / Re: The Offical Glasgow Celtic thread
« on: May 12, 2021, 08:45:32 PM »
Removal of Palestinian flags....

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General discussion / Re: Student Days
« on: May 10, 2021, 07:42:59 PM »
Was about 2004, I'm a Celeb get me outta here must have been the first series or 2, pretty big, so the boffins at M club decided to do a promo "I'm a student get me outta here" with flights to oz as the first prize no less! f**king deadly incentive!

Except, they took the parallel to Ant and Dec v seriously, in order to win these flights and a few grand spending money you had to chunter down a pile of f**king live feed lol. You name it worms, dogs balls, hedgehog c**k, the full 57 varieties... this went on for 4 or 5 nights til some Ted was crowned champ and walked off with the golden ticket... it dawned on me from the outset imagine being the poor fecker to come second, all that grub for no end.

The contestants were near off their heads on drink too so I can only imagine the scenes later and the next morning when that came up around the sink and bog lol. And all that to hawk off as much Castlemaine for 1 a bottle as M club could shift. Textbook magnificence  ;D ;D

After my time that, but I remember the M-Club used to give you two free bottles of millar when you paid in.
Two of my mates hated the stuff, so I'd get 6 bottles on the way in. Pure pish, but when you're living on a budget it does the job.
It was a funny place, I was barred out of for about the first 6 months it was opened even though I'd never been in it. Sods law, first night I did get in a fight broke out behind where I was standing and I got threw out in the middle of it. Barred again. lol.

Howd did the original barring come about if you hadn't been in it lol??

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General discussion / Re: Student Days
« on: May 09, 2021, 08:35:44 PM »

Sunday night-  few pints with the house mates...nothing major....

Monday night- Serious RIP in Queens Union, Renshaws or Dukes

Tuesday night- Empire comedy club or Limelight....maybe the night off...

Wed night-  RIP in the Bot

Thursday night- Union or Bot....or preparing to go home for the weekend....before getting ready to do all over again...

All the above mixed in with a bit of day drinking in Renshaws...or wherever

Serious life when you look back at it...

Few nights out in Orpheus and the M Club too.....

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General discussion / Re: Student Days
« on: May 09, 2021, 05:32:27 PM »

Sunday night-  few pints with the house mates...nothing major....

Monday night- Serious RIP in Queens Union, Renshaws or Dukes

Tuesday night- Empire comedy club or Limelight....maybe the night off...

Wed night-  RIP in the Bot

Thursday night- Union or Bot....or preparing to go home for the weekend....before getting ready to do all over again...

All the above mixed in with a bit of day drinking in Renshaws...or wherever

Serious life when you look back at it...

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General discussion / Re: Student Days
« on: May 09, 2021, 05:10:50 PM »
Forgot about The Other Place...

Maybe too high end for me at the time!

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General discussion / Re: Student Days
« on: May 09, 2021, 11:21:16 AM »
'Famous' Eating Houses up in Belfast....

Spud's (wasn't keen on it!)

Bishops- possibly the place across the road!? Not bad...

McDonalds (Next door- think they shut it down)

KFC Shaftburys Square (Literally taking your life into your own hands)

Esperanto's (burn your head off as well as you arse sometimes!)

Empire- Meal Deal (not great!)

Kam- Wah (taking your life into your own hands visiting that wee hatch!)

Centra (always handy for a roll!)

Subway (the same!)

Julie's Armpits (Maybe became a Harry Ramsden's??)

Maggie Mays (useful for when the loan came in- also bring your own bottle!)

Temps (anybody remember when these guys employed their own DJ- such was the crowds in there after the bars/clubs had finished lol)

Sit in Chinese across the road (useful for when the loan came in- 3 courses for 10)

Queens Chaplaincy (more a home-made vibe about it- not bad)

The Bot (See Empire Note)

Cafe Nostra (Ormeau Road- not much crossing over the Ormeau Road in my day)

Baracuda (Ormeau Road)

Helen's Bakery (Ormeau Road)

French Village (Stanmillis)

Movie Star Cafe Botanic Avenue (for a bottle of beer, Chilli Con Carne.....never bothered with desert lol  ;))

Holylands Spar (Hangover Jambons etc)


Anywhere else???


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General discussion / Student Days
« on: May 09, 2021, 10:34:45 AM »
Decided to open this thread given all the nostalgia on the 'WTF' one....

Really enjoyed reading all the recent comments (including the old MS link lol)

Great days with great stories no doubt....

Time to gather them all up in one thread....student days from any part of the world you were in...

Hopefully provides some great stories and a bit of good old honest (or not so honest) craic!


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General discussion / Re: The Offical Glasgow Celtic thread
« on: March 27, 2021, 10:08:19 PM »
Look it is getting sidetracked here.

I'll have the final word as I'm the most qualified here to speak on these matters and then we can move on.

Keane was a very good midfielder but his standing in the game was definitely overstated, a key part in a great team under Ferguson - a bit of a mix internationally and a bit of a mixed bag in the Champions League. Definitely one of the top 5 midfielders in the EPL in his time.

But it was the EPL guys, a lot of you are EPL fanatics. I see it on this thread a lot, as soon as I rightly point out that Everton and West Ham are not big clubs some of you become emotional, very defensive and aggressively attack the poster because you can't dispute the message.

The reality is, Roy Keane played 14 years in the EPL.

There were two English winners in that time and the two EPL winners were by far and away the biggest fluke winners of all time. Liverpool won one on penalties when they should have been spanked 4-0, Man Utd scrambled a couple of jammy goals over the line from set plays in injury time. Bar that no other English club played in a CL final bar Arsenal and Keane had played his last game of football by the time that game had concluded.

In that time period, in terms of CL final appearances it was:

Milan 5 (2)
Juventus 4 (1)
Madrid 3 (3)
Ajax 2 (1)
Bayern 2 (1)
Valencia 2 (0)
Barcelona 2 (1)
Dortmund 1 (1)
Marseille 1 (1)
Porto 1 (1)
Liverpool 1 (1)
Monaco 1 (0)
Arsenal 1 (0)
Leverkusen 1 (0)


So in effect you had:

Spanish winners 4  Spanish finalists 7
Italian winners 3 Italian finalists 9
German winners 2 German finalists 4
English winners 2 English finalists 3
Dutch winners 1 Dutch finalists 2
French winners 1 French finalists 2
Portuguese winner 1 Portuguese finalists 1

Now the EPL was finally beginning to improve in standard when Keane was at the tail end of his career.

It's safe to say that Keane is very romantically viewed on this island and in England. The reality is the standard of English football at the time of his career there was fairly average to be polite. Big money started to come in just as he was leaving and the quality of player and manager entering the league improved dramatically.

Some of you guys are fanatics about English football and fail to look at this objectively but that is conclusive and we should park this debate right here at that.


The 2nd line definitely the best part of my day by a mile!😅👏🏻

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General discussion / Re: The Whiskey Thread
« on: February 13, 2021, 05:34:58 PM »
For the Whiskey Connoisseur's on the board where does Black Bush sit in the ratings?

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Good to see the European Court of Human Rights have passed legislation that allows for people to choose whether they are vaccinated or not.

https://pace.coe.int/en/files/29004/html

I know a good few posters here were on for abusing people's human rights and forcing a vaccine they have concerns with on them.

Be no good to you as you live outside of Europe now

Beautiful work lol....

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