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Q: 2023/24 Hopes & aspirations for this season
a. As Champions of Europe there's no reason we shouldn't be pushing for a top 7 spot & a run in the Cups
b. Last season was a trophy winning one and there's only one way to go after that, I expect a dull mid table bore fest of a season
c. Buy some f***ing players or we're in a battle to stay up & that's as good as it gets
d. Moyes out
e. New season you say, woohoo time to get the new kit and wear it it to the pub for all the big games, the wags down there call me Mr West Ham

Leonard Hatred 7:53 Thu Jan 11
Your first pint
Golden Grove, Chertsey.




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Far Cough 5:21 Wed Jan 17
Re: Your first pint
ludo, eight pints for a nicker in my day, yeah I'm an old cunt

ludo21 3:03 Wed Jan 17
Re: Your first pint
No idea where I had my first pint but would have been around 1984. Only ever drunk Bitter unless it's a heat wave. Find myself drinking more Guinness nowadays if the only thing available is a poncy flowery IPA.
All I remember was that you could easily get 5 pints for a fiver. Those were the days..

Nutsin 3:00 Wed Jan 17
Re: Your first pint
The Odessa Arms in Forest Gate is where I had mine.

zebthecat 2:56 Wed Jan 17
Re: Your first pint
The Prince George, Thornton Heath and whatever cheapo cider they served at the time (1979). One one my school friend's Dad was the landlord so it was free and his Dad had a very lax attitude to drinking.
Also responsible for my first hangover and have never touched cider since.

norwaytips 1:24 Wed Jan 17
Re: Your first pint
Spotted Dog, Upton Lane. A light and bitter, back in 1960.

claret59 11:35 Mon Jan 15
Re: Your first pint
not a pint but my dad bought me a half of mild in a dimple mug, kings lynn railway club 1972. i must have been only 12 at the most, dad died when i was 13. he told me never drink out of a straight glass because men don't always wash their hands.

CanningTownWA 11:18 Mon Jan 15
Re: Your first pint
Light & Bitter at the Bridge House, Canning Town 1971 about 1/6 a pint. PowerPack were playing, great band.

mashed in maryland 8:59 Mon Jan 15
Re: Your first pint
Ooooh can't remember

Think it might have been in the Black Lion when I was about 17/18

Didn't start with the DRINK til quite late compared to most on here

Manuel 3:56 Mon Jan 15
Re: Your first pint
Really liked The Harrow, always seemed inviting and clean etc, nice beer garden too. was never the same after they refurb it all and changed the layout.

riosleftsock 11:52 Sun Jan 14
Re: Your first pint
Kaiser Zoso 4:36 Sun Jan 14

Happy memories of the Harrow in the 80s. Used to go there with my eldest brother, saturday night before a party, we always met these two girls, one had italian parents and said she was called Dino, her friend was fat so we called them Dino and Pebbles.

Also used to rock up for their famous sunday roast, take a ticket and wait for your name to be called.

plankton 10:07 Sun Jan 14
Re: Your first pint
Moved to the Channel Islands when I was 12, so my first pint was in a pub called the SeaView on Alderney, circa 1975, I guess.

Probably a pint of Breda (a Dutch Lager that was the regular pint), served by the most beautiful bum in a pair of cut-off shorts a 15 year-old could ever imagine, called Sarah. I spent all summer in there but I was far too young and far too naive.....sigh.

daveyg 6:14 Sun Jan 14
Re: Your first pint
Coach and Horses Danehill,Chelwood Gate.
HARVEYS and some space invaders after a taxing afternoon Gooseberry picking to pay for it.

nychammer 4:50 Sun Jan 14
Re: Your first pint
1988 the Rose and Crown Maldon.

Castelmaine 4X somewhere around 1.50

Recall all the old boys in the place bemoaning the fact that we would some day have to pay 2 pounds for a pint.

Kaiser Zoso 4:36 Sun Jan 14
Re: Your first pint
The Harrow, Hornchurch. The landlord pointed out that it would probably be our only pint

aldgate 4:30 Sun Jan 14
Re: Your first pint
Bitter End in Romford would serve you at 15+ back in the day if you had a bit of top lip bum fluff and a deep voice

JAC 4:05 Sun Jan 14
Re: Your first pint
The Central....lager and lime 1978....I felt pissed.

BRANDED 4:05 Sun Jan 14
Re: Your first pint
It would have been 1977. Pint of bitter, 32p. Can't remember which pub.I recon I've drunk about 30,000 pints since though.

Manuel 2:09 Sun Jan 14
Re: Your first pint
The Slaughtered Lamb, 1981, somebody missed the dartboard when I walked in.

Hammer and Pickle 1:41 Sun Jan 14
Re: Your first pint
Thinking about it, probably the Hare & Billet or the Princess of Wales, summer of 1982.

Was a lunchtime regular at the Lamb in Theale Green round the corner from 6th form college at the local Comprehensive - we’d play pool in the public bar and slap the dub b-side of Sofia George’s Girly Girly on the jukebox while the teachers sat around in the saloon bar. Remember the day when pints went over one pound.

Tomshardware 12:43 Sun Jan 14
Re: Your first pint
Looked 12 when I was 18 and was always asked for ID, once ordered a pint of Strongbow not knowing it was cider, what a tit.

Johnson 12:26 Sun Jan 14
Re: Your first pint
The Black Horse, Iver Heath, age 16


Fuck knows how much no more than a couple of quid.

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