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are you familiar with the phrase 'now then' as a greeting.
I mean, is it used anywhere south of Manchester?
"Now then mate, you alright?"
because if so then yes, i am.
i went with him to see shellac tonight.
jim fixed it for steve albini to fellate me whilst i sang 'play up pompey' and he wore a sole sock, in the style of the red hot chili peppers.
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I just wondering if it's a northern thing or not.
No idea what the fuck it means, it's the most nonsensical phrase ever.
It's almost on oxymoron, surely?
I had to take methadon't to come off though.
it sounds like something a parody of an old English bobby would say...
Not that I can recall anyway. I'm southern, but I'm in Manchester at the mo...
the fast show, or harry enfield, or something
harry enfield i think
the scouser characters go round saying it
and NEVER heard that said once.
Just sounds fucking stupid to me >.<
and used it all the time in my first year under the impression that it made me both cute and hard.
not a good endorsement.
want a fight?
to a fucking hospital!
don't hold me back
I will kick it though...
you fight like a girl.
Typical northerner. Fight with your fists dammit!
now, fight me dammit!
shall we say the Birmingham NEC arena?
is Jimmy Savall from?
Where lunch is called 'going for a pasty'.
Pasties = the worse thing about living in the north.
Maybe so. I still can't appreciate the pasty though.
I just don't get them. Like the stuff inside I like but maybe it's the pastry that destroys them. I can't even begin to explain.
People of the North go to Greggs. It's in the constitution.
The taste test doesn't lie.
We do have at least 6 Greggs though. I think it's the smell that primarily puts me off.
you give them a note and they say something along the lines of 'ten going in Sandra' 'Ten in'
the notice that says "sorry but we don't accept £50 notes". As if anyone buys bread with a £50 note!
says something along the lines of "No Darren you're not having a sodding eclair now behave"
that really is a refined branch of Greggs. Down my way you're lucky to escape without being fucked in the ears so to speak at least 10 times in any one visit.
it is more that I considered this a refined web-board than the clientele of the Stockport branches of Greggs are particularly restrained.