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and a couple at the next table discuss how best to defraud the DWP out of benefits.
I'm living the KiK dream.
and if I'm ever a bit late (after 9) I'm amazed to see the same people in there having pints. They should have a lie in and enjoy their first pint around eleven.
There's something very upsetting about seeing a very obviously (and vocally) mentally disabled man drink his second pint of Carlsberg of the day at 11am, especially in Somerset.
Thankfully, the person who hit me round the back of the head was guntrip. I thought a gang of retarded, inbred, drunken West Country cannibals had come for me.
guntrip's from Luton!
we spent nearly TWO HOURS in that place. stupid 9am taxi / 12:24pm train
i vote the coronet near holloway road. amazing converted theater. brilliant.
I don't think they even bother turning the lights on in there
Goodman's Fields or something?
and it consequently has a really strange vibe.
They fucking ruined it. Full of perma-tanned slags and rugger playing nobends.
Worst- that one in Leicester that looks and smells like death
put you off your meat tubes and rubbery eggs?
and fancied a few more pints before hitting the sack
There were plenty of the mad folk drinking. I also took 12 quid out of the quiz machine ftw.
The one in Minehead had a much better class of clientele - maybe because it's also a hotel.
shame of somerset
of a multi-storey carpark, there are only windows on one side. Its a shit hole. I have to jump over vomit/blood/piss everymorning and it never fails to amaze me the amount of people boozing at 9 in the morning either.
where is that?
i like the one in wood green. its in a big grey box building and just called WETHERSPOONS.
i guess it's the logical extension of 24 hour drinking rules. but still: ugh.
you can get a pint at 7 up here
was after a cheap sit-down lunch one day so popped in. It was about midday and absolutely packed (friday night town-centre packed) full of grey old people drinking, coughing and dying. grim.
its a yates or something equally grim instead
to the charing cross side? thats whats confusing me. the charing cross road side is now a yates.
actually, i can't think of anything more apt to be below the capital radio building.
though they ID'd me in there, then wouldn't let me buy a coke and asked me to leave.
When it's busy (always) it get sweaty, smelly and pissy - like most of it's customers.
a bloody resurrected church!! & you even had to go too the altar to go to the toilet !
but i haven't done it a long time, don't have the freedom i used to. i now tend to go to a cafe, cos there are loads of excellent cheap ones around here (holloway).
i'd say the only bearable weatherspoons in the city centre is the waterhouse. the rest are dives.
That's the only one I've been in in Manchester, can't stand it.
Biggest Wetherspoons in England that.
The Waterhouse is by the town hall and has the BEST pub toilets, the toilets are in fact about a million times better than the actual pub
I find Manchester a bit terrifying in that I've been there quite a lot of times yet still have absolutely no idea where anything is.
Come on now, Manchester aint scary, it's tiny too.
Even I don't get lost and I get lost where I lived for 20 years
but i think you're a bit harsh on the pub
I don't mind that Wetherspoons that much at all, but the one on Deansgate is AWFUL!
OR THE ONE IN PICCADILLY?! mr w has a lot to answer for!
That IS bad.