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riosleftsock 3:54 Tue Mar 28
Brexit tipples
Close call on punk, her madge and Baroness Thatcher (couldn't see a Lord farage icon).

Anyway, I'll be plumping for a mid-day G+T, followed by a toast of chapel down fizz and a few London Prides afterwards.

Obviously, we know who will be drinking foaming tankards of their own tears and who will be shit faced on industrial cleaners in vodka bottles.

What about the rest of you lovely WHO'ers?

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violator 5:11 Wed Mar 29
Re: Brexit tipples
I have some Tyskie in the fridge, might save it in case the imports screech to a halt.

Fivetide 4:26 Wed Mar 29
Re: Brexit tipples
Jacques 'Jacques' Liverot:
"An optimist sees half a pint of milk. He says 'It is half full'. A pessimist sees half a pint of milk. He says 'It is half empty'. I see half a pint of milk, I say 'It is sour'."

Fivetide 4:23 Wed Mar 29
Re: Brexit tipples
Allegedly"the word ‘Brexit’ was coined by EURACTIV".
http://www.euractiv.com/section/uk-europe/news/oxford-english-dictionary-the-man-who-coined-brexit/

I guess they just couldn't help themselves with a brand name like that. Still, it does make me fangry when even Jumphries uses it as Davidies jobitle.

J.Riddle 4:08 Wed Mar 29
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I'll have a glass or three of French red to toast the occasion towards the direction of Marine Le Pen.

Nurse Ratched 3:55 Wed Mar 29
Re: Brexit tipples
"...still fundamentally object to portmanteau words."

Yeah, I'm not keen on those pords. :-)

Frankie van der Elst 3:33 Wed Mar 29
Re: Brexit tipples
Whisky sour

Fivetide 3:33 Wed Mar 29
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Bit like celebrating promotion to the Premiership at the start of a Championship season, isn't it? Hope it goes well, but still fundamentally object to portmanteau words.

riosleftsock 3:16 Wed Mar 29
Re: Brexit tipples
Put a couple of drops of optex original in it Branded. It will loosen you up.

BRANDED 11:23 Wed Mar 29
Re: Brexit tipples
Some extremely bitter ale

Northern Sold 11:15 Wed Mar 29
Re: Brexit tipples
`Britain will prosper because it is an inventive country full of wheeler dealers that make things happen... `




Yeah I beg to differ..... the vast majority of Brits are all on social media sites asking for people to rate their latest selfie.... Social Media Kills commerce

Willtell 11:13 Wed Mar 29
Re: Brexit tipples
I'm not sure the EU will collapse because most of Europe are all one landmass and used to living cheek-by-jowl with their neighbours.

Britain is the opposite in that as an island people, we were always restricted from European interference by the channel so by instinct cannot cope with them deciding our future.

For me what so many people like H&P miss is that every expert or accountant I had in more than 30 years in commercial business, always told me my ideas were risky and likely to fail. I invariably ignored them except for tax advice of course.

Experts of all kinds that talk about future forecasts only have the ability to measure known figures which is why they are invariably boring bastards. They lack imagination and the will to make things happen so are bean counters instead.

Britain will prosper because it is an inventive country full of wheeler dealers that make things happen...

Northern Sold 11:11 Wed Mar 29
Re: Brexit tipples
I voted Remain.... and was GUTTED when Brexit won... but from day one I have said we live in a democratic society and we abide by the people of the land... what will happen now or in the next 10 years or so no one knows... so it's probably best not to beat those Brexit drums too loudly or to send carrier Pigeons with `We Miss You' from the tops of the White Cliffs of Dover just yet... lets be honest apart from the tourist rate being decimated and a bag of grapes going up 10% nothing has happened.. yet...

Oh and I'll probably have a Fruit Strongbow tonight... cheers

Sven Roeder 10:57 Wed Mar 29
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I voted Remain but am optimistic about what can be achieved by Leaving
I also think that by the time the two years are up the EU itself will have gone tits up as many of the countries find the escape hatch and the Germans will be left with the bill.
As it should be

Iron2010 10:44 Wed Mar 29
Re: Brexit tipples
I voted to stay because things are going nicely and I was happy yo maintain the status quo. That said, now we are leaving I want the best possible outcome for the Country. It amazes me how the likes of Clegg, Salmond and even our very own comma (see remark a few posts below) seem to want things to go tits up so they can say "I told you so". It's an attitude I find impossible to understand.

HairyHammer 10:22 Wed Mar 29
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We may all be drinking cat piss in 10 years time according to some who think Brexit a disaster, Tea is always the way to go when you wish to show pride in GB though.

Willtell 9:26 Wed Mar 29
Re: Brexit tipples
Spandex Sidney 7:05
No mate! I've got an expensive English wife instead...

jack flash 11:58 Tue Mar 28
Re: Brexit tipples
Might settle for a whiskey

Note: with an "e" in it!

Dave Boozle 10:30 Tue Mar 28
Re: Brexit tipples
Brenty you never thought we would invoke Article 50 and now we are. Relax, stop worrying, and when you're giving Mrs. Brenty one on Wednesday night just lie back and think of England!

Tomshardware 8:48 Tue Mar 28
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I like big nipples, big old areolas and nice udders that you can hang a wet duffle coat on.

Spandex Sidney 7:05 Tue Mar 28
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Willtell 6:49 Tue Mar 28

And finish the evening off with a cheap Latvian hooker perhaps? Or get a few in to compare from different countries and have a Eurovision Thong Contest!

I'M HERE ALL WEEK!!

Willtell 6:49 Tue Mar 28
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I'm just going to celebrate with a Belgian beer before my meal and some French wine during and maybe after...

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