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Q: 2021/22 What competition should we prioritise this season?
a. The league is our bread & butter, so this year let's have a club sandwich
24%
  
b. We're owed an FA Cup after Gerrard nicked our last one in 06, our name's on it in 22
9%
  
c. A bye to the League Cup 3rd round gives us a good start, let's make it count
6%
  
d. The Europa is our best ticket to the Champions League, this is the one
36%
  
e. What's wrong with you, let's do the lot, has the quadruple ever been done
25%
  



Hemel_hammer 5:46 Fri Oct 24
Wife's 40th
Planning a day/night out in London for the missus around Jan/Feb time. I've googled loads of stuff and got a couple of ideas but thought I'd ask you bastards if you've got any unique ideas that might impress the lady..

And before you ask I'm not planning to take her up the 'arris, it's her birthday not mine!

I know you won't let me down... :-)

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franksfat&slow&wank 11:27 Fri Oct 24
Re: Wife's 40th
Hemel
Taking mine next month to london for 40th
I did a thread and most suggested I take her up the arse, you e had a more sensible response that I got tbh

GRiM71 9:23 Fri Oct 24
Re: Wife's 40th
Not a personal recommendation but you could look at this
http://www.onealdwych.com/meetings-events/screening-room

Dagenite Dog 8:51 Fri Oct 24
Re: Wife's 40th
Try Vinopolis. Wine tasting and stuff. Sent my mrs there with one of her friends for mothers day. She loved it. Borough market is close by for lunch, then vinopolis, then somewhere else for the evening. As mentioned, i've heard the ice bar is good, haven't been personally

Ilford Hammer 8:39 Fri Oct 24
Re: Wife's 40th
Takashi Miike 6:06 Fri Oct 24

Agree. She will be well impressed with Le Gavroche. Hurry up though as you have to book at least 3 months in advance.

WHOicidal Maniac 8:31 Fri Oct 24
Re: Wife's 40th
Sxboy_66 7:32 Fri Oct 24

Tresco is were we stayed.

I dont believe in Spirituality or any of that shit but there is an small Island just of New Grimby that was used for burials in the Bronze age. It is the only place in the world I have been that I would describe as 'Spiritual'. Being there made me feel better about everything.

ILOVEPAOLODICANIO 8:05 Fri Oct 24
Re: Wife's 40th
Set her up for a "photoshoot" where she gets spit roasted by 6 black men and film it and pocket 1-5 grand for yourself depending on her hotness and if you let them jizz inside her.

Sxboy_66 7:32 Fri Oct 24
Re: Wife's 40th

WHOicidal Maniac 6:57 Fri Oct 24


Agreed. Tresco is one of the most beautiful places I've ever been, and I've been to a lot of very nice places.

Leonard Hatred 7:03 Fri Oct 24
Re: Wife's 40th
Wetherspoons.

Spend the evening drinking heavily in silence.

WHOicidal Maniac 6:57 Fri Oct 24
Re: Wife's 40th
I took my missus to the Scilly Isles for her 40th

I want to die there...fucking place IS heaven

Hello Mrs. Jones 6:54 Fri Oct 24
Re: Wife's 40th
Any saucy Polaroids you'd like to share with the community?

dealcanvey 6:50 Fri Oct 24
Re: Wife's 40th
Dont know if mentioned below but you tried to ice bar?

DB1983 6:45 Fri Oct 24
Re: Wife's 40th
Dinner at The Wellesley is really good. The Oval restaurant on a Friday night has a jazz band playing live, toppy but worth it.

Take her for a drink at Galvin at Windows first, she'll love it.

I.want.that.one 6:42 Fri Oct 24
Re: Wife's 40th
Dinner cruise?

ha ha

Hemel_hammer 6:37 Fri Oct 24
Re: Wife's 40th
Shard sounds good. Also thinking of a dinner cruise up the thames after an afternoon show.. Appreciate the advice chaps.. As always, WHO is the place to be! :-)

Pub Bigot 6:16 Fri Oct 24
Re: Wife's 40th
Book a meal at the Shard. Have a sublime meal, great view of the city, a few drinks and some good conversation. Then once you've finished grab a cab, head to Covant Garden, have a few drinks in swanky bar and head home.

MrCrowmanSir 6:13 Fri Oct 24
Re: Wife's 40th
Pay for her to have her stinker cleaned out, colonic irrigation.

joe royal 6:12 Fri Oct 24
Re: Wife's 40th
Pizza and jazz in soho

Niiiiiiccccccceeeeeee

Turan 6:09 Fri Oct 24
Re: Wife's 40th
Ok well if she don't like helicopters, then I would suggest something I did a while ago which also went down well.

Hire a yacht for the day, medium size, nothing OTT or garish. Hire some on board fine dining, music candles, rose petals spread about the place. Very romantic

roltrader 6:08 Fri Oct 24
Re: Wife's 40th
posters that pre empt the predictable responses are really killing this site

HairySpotter 6:07 Fri Oct 24
Re: Wife's 40th
Vincents Restaurant is good - 5 star but cheap as its staffed by College trainees.

Takashi Miike 6:06 Fri Oct 24
Re: Wife's 40th
go to michel roux's restaurant, very nice indeed

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