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    Re: never ending summer

    For me - mine would be 1995 and turning 18 .... that was the best ever Summer (in too many respects to describe (just in it being a good year all round for me)!!

    80sChav
  2. Re: What Were Your Best Holidays As A Kid or Growing Up

    Really!!? I know it does'nt look good as have seen it on GHoogle Earth and a few of their guides and yes in 1989 we went to a shambolic Hotel - we had to move out of in a day due to no Service at...
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    Same for me Re;, Pontins and Butlins OTBF - we went to loads of them over the years like Ayr, Blackpool, Rhyl/Pretatyn etc

    Great times indeed mate, yeah!!
  4. RIP Shearings and National holidays Coaches and other ascociated firms of theirs

    I was a bit unsure where to put this, so hope I'm right adding it here. Shearings was a Coach firm known Country-wide as was national holidays to a degree(and i'd certainly hold them in the same...
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    RIP Little Richard

    The late American 50s/and may-be early 60s American Singer Little Richard who inspired The Beatles among may others has sadly passed away aged 87 this weekend

    RIP Little Richard
  6. Did anyone else get Home-Made school info on moving up to High School/Secondary?

    We did!! It was perhaps (probably) made by fledging Computer Studies Kids in the 4th/5th Year (or Year 10/11 in Today's currencey) ... quite good it was too to say it was 32 years back in 88 ...
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    RIP Peter Bonneti

    As well as Norman Hunter passing away Today, Peter Bonneti has also passed away at a very similar age (78). Peter who was equally as great as Norman did'nt pass away of Corona like Norman I...
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    RIP Norman Hunter

    Norman Hunter has sadly passed away today aged 76 years old - just shy of a week after being confirmed as having Corona Virus

    Say no more - wht legend Norman was .... one of football Hard...
  9. Re: School Rules (Specifically Those Unique To Your School)

    If we wore Button Down Shirts like Ben Sherman ("chancing" it instead of an ordinary Asda etc Shirt and hiding "said Ben Sherman Logo" we had to have/do the Buttons down too!

    Another was no...
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    Re: Coronavirus... thoughts ..

    They are the meanest of all Supermarkets for the amount of Shoppers they let in!!

    Admitted I live nr a Big City and they let only one in per time (thatI can understand) but not when in some/most...
  11. Thread: Jotters.

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    Re: Jotters.

    Talking of Diary's - ourr's often doubled as "said Jotters" Lol , but who else just got your Parents etc to sign for a load of rubbish that was wrote that you had done in your Homework Diary??
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    Re: RIP Honor Blackman

    I loved Honor in The Upper Hand - this was a well forgotten gem of 90s Comedy - she always had the voice of reason, just like Helen Daniels in Neighbours (as well as shey could have passed as...
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    Re: Coronavirus... thoughts ..

    Agreed I detest Branson and am so glad he never got the Lotto franchise/contract

    As well your forgetting Mike Ashley too amethyst - though I respected him when he tried to merge House of ...
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    Re: Coronavirus... thoughts ..

    I'd not shop there - round my way ... most Aldi's operate a "1 in at a time policy", and as for Lidl I have'nt even got close to the que's end!!
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    Re: R I P Bill withers

    I loved that song Aint No Sunshine by Bill -a real 70s classic indeed

    To me Bill was up there with Seal, Terrence Trent-Darby etc

    RIP Bill Withers
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    Re: Eddie Large RIP

    Indeed, indeed, but although that Little and Large was'nt my style of Comedy, oddly I always compared L & L with the style of Russ Abbott's Comedy - who was quite funny back in the day, though I...
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    Re: Coronavirus... thoughts ..

    I have read this but as much as I am not Open Minded (though want to be), the happenings of why people are dying and why they are contracting it is too far off the scale to make it all one disease...
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    Re: Coronavirus... thoughts ..

    I would hope to think it was true - but not from that excuse of a rag of a Newspaper. The Daily Express was bad Re;, giving false story's etc (as was the Daily mail), but i'd choose the Daily...
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    Re: Coronavirus... thoughts ..

    This is scarmongering (and more so as that Vacine's are'nt out for at least a year yet) and the say new Waves can occur!

    80sChav
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    Re: Coronavirus... thoughts ..

    Who else thinks/or and agrees with me - if at all (as I know it sounds odd), but it's part of my Condition that large parts of Corona is a darker than it sounds and though yeah I fully ...
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    Re: Coronavirus... thoughts ..

    Thanks, but I guess I am just going to keep to cheap shops like Poundland and Heron etc as my local Tescos ques are'nt great at going down or and a Garage that has Frozen Foods in I've just been...
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    Re: Coronavirus... thoughts ..

    I totally approve of it to certain extents - but may-be once a month at the most to have it (or had-hock days)

    This is making us too guey and too American and bringing Amercanisms things into...
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    Re: Coronavirus... thoughts ..

    I know it's a terrible illness and have total sympothy towards those who are suffering, and I know that others are far worse off but whole thing of not even being able to Shop at Tesco's/asda etc...
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    Re: RIP Kenny Rogers

    I loved Kenny and Dolly Parton's Duet of islands In The Stream - everyone knows this as the one that The Bee Gees and just like I Always Love You by Whitney Houston RIP, it was turned from a Slow...
  25. Re: TV Progs that had good Series - but then somehow "jumped the shark" as it whe

    Too true Richard, as was The Upper hand and Watching (which had only a Series or 2 or 3 at the most)!!
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