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

    I have been a good few times George mate and I don't dislike Nottingham it's fair to honestly say

    Out of the Big 3 East Mids City's though hands on heart I do prefer Leicester and Derby as City...
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    Sticky: Re: Test/Message Area

    Yeah thanks George - though your PM has'nt arrived yet mate! if you want to still the send the returm pm you was going to, I'd appreciate it
    Thanks
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    Sticky: Re: Test/Message Area

    Ok George, but don't feel you can not reply to me - please go a-head if you still want to (as I could tell you wanted to reply lol)

    I just struggle at times (not as I hate it) as I have to...
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    Re: Trakkie Bottoms

    To me they are still the Flares of the 2nd T2000s Generation/Decade , George as I have just always grown up in them - or at least since the 1980s and wearing Fleece/Fluffy Joggers type and...
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    Re: Trakkie Bottoms

    Agrred no doubts at all, but the Jackets more so I think I'm tempted to say

    Darren, true this what you say about Trakkies/Tracksuit and a Job Interview - I went to a College interview as so...
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    Re: nike jackets

    Now it is a White T-Shirt or a white designed one like an Henley's/Bench and Grey Joggers and PW Trainers like say Stan Smiths at the worst/least Muletino mate
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    Re: nike jackets

    I had a few, though have many more now and even though my Mum thinks I'm crazy - I own a prestime collection I'd never wear out of doors and never in the rain lol

    80sChav
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    Re: What were your favourite 80s clothes?

    Same here Zincubus mate - I never got being a Jeans man but Farrahs and Cororoy's was the "Order of the Day" Trousers-wise at Secondary Schoiol, though Cords was less easy to gottan away with mind!...
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    Re: Polos or Shirts?

    This is true Darren mate - I think we keep going through a time-warp where certain items become re-trendy or gain elevated status to what they had before .... like Windrunners now-adays

    Polos...
  10. Thread: Mod Revival

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    Re: Mod Revival

    I have just watched the Shopping Video and it was good - but a waistcoat over a Striped Jumper .... no-way!

    Waistcoats for me (are and should be the preserve of Snooker and posh posh hotel do's)...
  11. Thread: Grange hill

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    Re: Grange hill

    Just out of the DYR era I have been re-aquainting myself with Series 27 from 2004 which I feel was arguably one of the better ones of "Grange Hill's tortued death" over it's Final 6 years.
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    Re: Mod Revival

    Thanks Mulletino it looks a good watch as does the shopping 1 in-particular that's underneath it

    I don't get personally why people say people should grow out of thes Fashions - as to/for me...
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    Sticky: Re: Test/Message Area

    Not as you have to answer it on here George mate - but if it was me, I send my apologies and have hopefully atteneded to it now mate!
  14. Re: places in th UK you would love to visit and why

    This iis tantamount to a terible sin for me as an Hounorable Yorkshire-Man - I should/should've visited it no doubts and made more of an effort

    I recall reasding once David Jason was there...
  15. Re: places in th UK you would love to visit and why

    I have been to a fair few places - but East Coast wise I have only been as far as the Metro Centre and would like to see Newcastle/the Northumberland edge of Newcastle

    South and North Shields...
  16. Re: RIP Jamie Lehane - Russell "Jacko" Morgan Grange Hill fame

    This is Jamie/Jacko - darren yes mate

    Thanks for the share of the pic as well too and bringing back memories of Jacko here. It looks like it was tuck in the area going North East out of London...
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    Re: Noel's House Party

    I guess yeah it did get like that Richard tyeah- though the "Cotchas" was good or was that Crinkley Bottom!?

    Either way this is when Saturday Night Telly was cult and worth watching - tonite is...
  18. RIP Jamie Lehane - Russell "Jacko" Morgan Grange Hill fame

    I had heard (but could never confirm) and never wanted to type this message until I was 100% sure/certain, but after much constant and consistant searching I have found out for certain that Jamie...
  19. Thread: Grange hill

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    Re: Grange hill

    Hi George,
    An too Danny trying to insist to Freddie and Julia- it was without doubt an Educational programme/schools Prog too George! Serious though I met Johnathon La,mbert at the re-union 10...
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    Re: Footwear then but not now

    We would (and a lo of lads was) in mega trouble wearing Doc Martins for school Mulletino mate, though yeah I always by about 18 dreamed of owning a pair and wish I had 2chanced" some for School...
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    Re: Grange hill

    May-be Richard bnecause iam sure R Smedley was used (in all porobabilty) as the name of St Joes Caretaker and Ronald Smedley was a producer on GH - so it could be true, though i don't find it a...
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    Re: R I P Doris day

    I am gutted to hear of Doris' passing as with my all my heart I have always loved Que Sera, Sera - what beautiful, beautiful song


    To think this onee Song was the one Song or even musical that...
  23. Thread: Grange hill

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    Re: Grange hill

    These are intersting points you raise here about Hankin/Rankin and Munroe/Monro, George

    I always liked Mr Knowles to be fair/honest - he was more of a upil'ss friend than Sruffy I think in many...
  24. Re: Pics of inside of supermarkets/sweet shops/Newsagents from the 70's-80's?

    This is true - they did yes George, though I'd say it was more like 14/15 years a-go .... more like may-be 2005 possibly!!

    Looking back at these old supermarket Pics reminds of the days before...
  25. Thread: Grange hill

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    Re: Grange hill

    Agreed George yeah - I would never of thought Mr Hankin would have made it past 1 Series and out of himself, Monroe and Mad Max hargreaves he beat off his nearest challenger in Monroe by 8 Series and...
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