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  1. Re: places in th UK you would love to visit and why

    My surname is Walker and, according to a book I read about Walkers 20 or so years ago, the largest concentration of them is in Leeds! The name comes from the cloth industry, someone would "walk"...
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    Re: Polling Stations

    Postal votes for me! :D
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    Re: Things that dont happen anymore

    Ditto! :o
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    Re: What was cheaper in the 1970s?

    69p a pint in Swansea during my Uni days, '81-'84! :cry:
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    RIP actor Andrew Hall

    Who he? As well as being in Corrie, he was the son in Butterflies who wasn't Nicholas Lyndhurst. :cry:

    https://forums.doyouremember.co.uk/attachment.php?attachmentid=6154&stc=1
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    Re: Extremely obscure reference!

    Hi, there. Was this you? If so, was Alphabet Castle the answer? ;)
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    Re: Eurovision song contest

    At this rate, we'll have nul again by next week! :o
  8. Re: places in th UK you would love to visit and why

    I have been to Sahfend a few times. It has its merits - the pier, obviously - but it has not aged well.

    Also, I have been reliably informed it suffers from a violence problem after dark so I would...
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    Re: Show Us Your Photography

    Full moon, 18/05/19, with accompanying garden lites! :cool:

    From an (American?) astronomy calendar:

    May 18 - Full Moon, Blue Moon. The Moon will be located on the opposite side of the Earth as...
  10. Re: places in th UK you would love to visit and why

    I can highly recommend Bath, having been there a few times. Also, we paid a flying (punting) visit to Cambridge a few years back - total fun! :D
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    Re: Mr Shifter and his Removal Men

    There was a similar, but updated thing in the 00s - a DVD featuring Johnny Vegas and his sidekick, Monkey, with an accompanying tea towel - which had to be sent off for :cool:
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    Re: R I P Nicki lauder

    Legend - I started watching F1 in 1975 and Niki Lauda already ruled the roost. He would clearly have won in '76, if he hadn't had the accident, but came darned close! Watch the film Rush - highly...
  13. Re: places in th UK you would love to visit and why

    Very much so! :eek:
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    Re: Odeon cinemas.....never again!

    Also, the screens can be distracting... :mad:
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    Re: Brit Sitcom Game.

    Yes, it's the last bit I was after :D
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    Re: Brit Sitcom Game.

    Anyone? :confused:
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    Re: R I P Doris day

    Truly underrated, both as an actress and singer! Those three films she made with Rock Hudson looked effortless, simply because the two leads' skill, chemistry and charisma made them seem so!

    I...
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    The most famous such incident I can recall was when the snooker was interrupted by live coverage of the Iranian Embassy siege in 1980... :eek:
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    Re: What was cheaper in the 1970s?

    Before my time but I'm guessing beer! :o
  20. Thread: Royal Births

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    Re: Royal Births

    I was going for Princey McPrinceface! That's 10 I won't see again! :o
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    Re: R.I.P Freddie starr

    Very much of his time but one of the best of that era, IMHO :)
  22. Re: Anyone remember orange hexagonal dominoes, maybe called hexominoes 1970s

    Yes, we had those! Great fun! :)
  23. Thread: Is this...

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    Re: Is this...

    Better than this? ;)

    https://forums.doyouremember.co.uk/attachment.php?attachmentid=6138&stc=1
  24. Thread: Royal Births

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    Re: Royal Births

    When Charles becomes King, he can choose by which of his four fore-names he is known.

    He is unlikely to want to become King Charles III, due to connotations with the Civil War.

    He could be King...
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    Re: Royal Births

    The President of the United States found time to compete in a world snooker final??? :eek:
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