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2 days by grandecazzoducan (Member 10099169) on 31-Oct-2014
To Mo!   
  • Re: 2 days by grandecazzoducan (Member 10099169) on 31-Oct-2014
    Moustache is coming along nicely pmsl

  • Re: 2 days by Charlotte Sharman (Member 10283928) on 31-Oct-2014
    why did you do that bike ride?

  • Re: 2 days by grandecazzoducan (Member 10099169) on 31-Oct-2014
    Just for something to do

  • Re: 2 days by Charlotte Sharman (Member 10283928) on 31-Oct-2014
    the coast to coast goes past my house. loads of fucking weekend wiggins and fat women a huffing and a puffing

  • Re: 2 days by slackhack (Member 10027940) on 31-Oct-2014
    haha 'weekend wiggins'

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Tim Cook by Don Amott, King of Caravans (Member 10233266) on 31-Oct-2014
in the gays. Good for him.   
  • Re: Tim Cook by poster child (Member 10154185) on 31-Oct-2014
    Is this news? He's been out as gay for quite some time; I remember reading about it a year ago at least.

  • Re: Tim Cook by grandecazzoducan (Member 10099169) on 31-Oct-2014
    Time to switch to Windows XP

  • Re: Tim Cook by da bomb! (Member 10021549) on 31-Oct-2014
    This will explain the easy access through the iPhone's backdoor.

  • Re: Tim Cook by Charlotte Sharman (Member 10283928) on 31-Oct-2014
    there's a serial rapist on the loose in newcastle. raping MEN

  • Re: Tim Cook by da bomb! (Member 10021549) on 31-Oct-2014
    Has anyone heard from Jimmy?

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I went to the Villandry in St James's last night by slackhack (Member 10027940) on 30-Oct-2014
It's dead nice, reminded me a bit of the Atlantic for some reason   
  • Re: I went to the Villandry in St James's last night by PJ (Member 10021506) on 30-Oct-2014
    oh i would love to go to quaglinos you know

    also the american bar I've only been once but i loved it

  • Re: I went to the Villandry in St James's last night by slackhack (Member 10027940) on 30-Oct-2014
    haha Paul. Was Quaglino's the huuuuuge one on Wardour Street? *parties on afterwards at The Met Bar*

  • Re: I went to the Villandry in St James's last night by Sheriff Rosco (Member 10021503) on 31-Oct-2014
    Quaglino's is in St James, i love it there although it is a bit 90s ostentatious

  • Re: I went to the Villandry in St James's last night by slackhack (Member 10027940) on 31-Oct-2014
    Which one am I thinking of, that's Floradita now or whatever?

  • Re: I went to the Villandry in St James's last night by grandecazzoducan (Member 10099169) on 31-Oct-2014
    Quaglinos have been doing lots of 'meal deals' for years

  • Re: I went to the Villandry in St James's last night by Flavor Flav (Member 10283976) on 31-Oct-2014
    Mezzo boyeee! Terence Conran used to know what time it was.

  • Re: I went to the Villandry in St James's last night by da bomb! (Member 10021549) on 31-Oct-2014
    I've been to Quags. It's hilarious. I felt completely out of place.

  • Re: I went to the Villandry in St James's last night by poster child (Member 10154185) on 31-Oct-2014
    I can see why you'd not like it DB - you can get pasta for mains there

  • Re: I went to the Villandry in St James's last night by da bomb! (Member 10021549) on 31-Oct-2014
    Only if you're vegetarian, which I'm not. Thankfully.

  • Re: I went to the Villandry in St James's last night by grandecazzoducan (Member 10099169) on 31-Oct-2014
    'hutch' used to sing there in the 1940s

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cargo plane by Charlotte Sharman (Member 10283928) on 29-Oct-2014
intercepted over kent. sonic boom reported and emergency channel monitoring reports interceptor demanding a response or he'll be shot down   
  • Re: cargo plane by Charlotte Sharman (Member 10283928) on 29-Oct-2014
    sonic boom now heard at stansted

  • Re: cargo plane by Becks (Member 10099659) on 29-Oct-2014
    Russians?
    Is it on pprune?

  • Re: cargo plane by Becks (Member 10099659) on 29-Oct-2014
    On bbc now.

  • Re: cargo plane by Charlotte Sharman (Member 10283928) on 29-Oct-2014
    https://soundcloud.com/egxwinfo-gr-up/qra-warning-from-raf-typhoons-to-mitavia1605-291014

  • Re: cargo plane by Becks (Member 10099659) on 29-Oct-2014
    It's 11:30 and the red writing has gone.
    They must have moved the servers to Romania as part of a cost cutting drive.

  • Re: cargo plane by Becks (Member 10099659) on 29-Oct-2014
    Hang on, the writing is black even NOW.
    This makes no sense (and will make even less by tomorrow).

  • Re: cargo plane by Sheriff Rosco (Member 10021503) on 30-Oct-2014
    If only there were some kind of clock change recently that could explain this mysterious happening

  • Re: cargo plane by ubu_roi (Member 10086024) on 30-Oct-2014
    Haha

  • Re: cargo plane by PJ (Member 10021506) on 30-Oct-2014
    haha martin

  • Re: cargo plane by Becks (Member 10099659) on 30-Oct-2014
    It's been doing it for ages before the clock change ya twat.

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We used to blog, too... by Don Amott, King of Caravans (Member 10233266) on 29-Oct-2014
Wednesday, March 31, 2004
The Glamma! A friend of mine asked me to co-babysit with her on Sunday. As the house was in prime SW1 I decided to go along and have a nose. Also, it was my friend XXX who asked me and she isn't the most maternal type of gal so I thought I'd help out. I was slightly worried if truth be told re the safety of the baby as I do remember an episode from a few years back with ... more >>
  
  • Re: We used to blog, too... by Don Amott, King of Caravans (Member 10233266) on 29-Oct-2014
    except, we didn't. Blogging lasted "a while" but everyone thought Liphook would go on forever. It didn't.

  • Re: We used to blog, too... by grandecazzoducan (Member 10099169) on 29-Oct-2014
    Some of our blogs were about as interesting as Steven Hawking's physical activity diary

  • Re: We used to blog, too... by da bomb! (Member 10021549) on 29-Oct-2014
    I know my blogs were. Hello everyone, I'm on half-term!

  • Re: We used to blog, too... by Charlotte Sharman (Member 10283928) on 29-Oct-2014
    who the fuck wrote that abomination?

  • Re: We used to blog, too... by slackhack (Member 10027940) on 29-Oct-2014
    Charlotte, how are you? How is up north?

  • Re: We used to blog, too... by Charlotte Sharman (Member 10283928) on 29-Oct-2014
    very pleasant. full wood shed, full coal bunker, plenty of money in the bank and the first ever successful crop of celeriac

  • Re: We used to blog, too... by Becks (Member 10099659) on 29-Oct-2014
    Don, post the next blogs try, I can't wait to read the next riveting instalment. The characters seem to come alive on the page.

  • Re: We used to blog, too... by Becks (Member 10099659) on 29-Oct-2014
    try / entry.

  • Re: We used to blog, too... by Becks (Member 10099659) on 29-Oct-2014
    How much in the bank Tim?

  • Re: We used to blog, too... by ubu_roi (Member 10086024) on 29-Oct-2014
    What's your considered critical opinion on the latest 'Taylor Swift' long-playing record, ric?

  • Re: We used to blog, too... by Don Amott, King of Caravans (Member 10233266) on 29-Oct-2014
    It was 'diary of an English it boy'

  • Re: We used to blog, too... by slackhack (Member 10027940) on 29-Oct-2014
    Oooh ace. Specially the celeriac. Love a bit of celeriac mash.

  • Re: We used to blog, too... by Becks (Member 10099659) on 29-Oct-2014
    Only listened once, but promising...v promising.

  • Re: We used to blog, too... by Becks (Member 10099659) on 29-Oct-2014
    Although it's no Stone Roses by the Stone Roses tbf.

  • Re: We used to blog, too... by grandecazzoducan (Member 10099169) on 29-Oct-2014
    No need to show off

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Listen (Little) Lady by grandecazzoducan (Member 10099169) on 28-Oct-2014
http://metro.co.uk/2014/10/28/grave-robber-dug-up-29-girls-and-turned-them-into-human-dolls-4924735/?ito=facebook   
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oi oi by slackhack (Member 10027940) on 27-Oct-2014
oi   
  • Re: oi oi by slackhack (Member 10027940) on 28-Oct-2014
    sigh

  • Re: oi oi by slackhack (Member 10027940) on 28-Oct-2014
    I miss everyone :(

  • Re: oi oi by grandecazzoducan (Member 10099169) on 28-Oct-2014
    Crispin ya twat!

  • Re: oi oi by Becks (Member 10099659) on 28-Oct-2014
    It's funny how a few months a ago certain people were complaining like 'urgghh LH is rubbish...it's over...' etc so everyone stopped posting.

    And this is the result.

    Shame really LH used to be fun, but peeps don't like to post anymore do they.

  • Re: oi oi by slackhack (Member 10027940) on 28-Oct-2014
    I was on 'oliday last week, I didn't know it had died totally. Well, relatively speaking. It might come back again, you never know...

  • Re: oi oi by fucking newbie lurker (Member 10152383) on 29-Oct-2014
    "o'liday" ffs

  • Re: oi oi by Don Amott, King of Caravans (Member 10233266) on 29-Oct-2014
    Shit 'egg

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"You know your butcher on the high street?" by Don Amott, King of Caravans (Member 10233266) on 27-Oct-2014
"Aren't we all, dear"   
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Good morning, Liphook! by Krampus (Member 10290522) on 27-Oct-2014
I will be without broadband (pretty much) until Thursday. Some might see this as a good thing.   
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This by Becks (Member 10099659) on 24-Oct-2014
is going well.   
  • Re: This by Becks (Member 10099659) on 24-Oct-2014
    Over 2 weeks and just one page.

  • Re: This by Sheriff Rosco (Member 10021503) on 24-Oct-2014
    Turns out I was the lifeblood of Liphook, who knew! (I suspected as much)

  • Re: This by Becks (Member 10099659) on 24-Oct-2014
    I think you'll find it's fallen on its arse since my sabbatical.

    (I'm the best one).

  • Re: This by grandecazzoducan (Member 10099169) on 24-Oct-2014
    People just don't need media insiders it seems

  • Re: This by Sheriff Rosco (Member 10021503) on 24-Oct-2014
    Sean, you look a bit like a sweaty pervert with your hair slicked back, it's not a look you should continue with

  • Re: This by grandecazzoducan (Member 10099169) on 24-Oct-2014
    I am a sweaty pervert

  • Re: This by Sheriff Rosco (Member 10021503) on 24-Oct-2014
    Then congrats, you nailed the look

  • Re: This by grandecazzoducan (Member 10099169) on 24-Oct-2014
    I was aiming for Ray Reardon

  • Re: This by grandecazzoducan (Member 10099169) on 24-Oct-2014
    Are you doing much sport in NZ? It strikes me as a very active place.

  • Re: This by Becks (Member 10099659) on 24-Oct-2014
    Haha Sean is clearly smarting from PBS's put down.

  • Re: This by grandecazzoducan (Member 10099169) on 24-Oct-2014
    How is that smartin' from Martin?

  • Re: This by Becks (Member 10099659) on 24-Oct-2014
    What sports do you reckon Martin might be partaking??

  • Re: This by Sheriff Rosco (Member 10021503) on 28-Oct-2014
    i'm on the ropes!

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*Gloved hand by fucking newbie lurker (Member 10152383) on 22-Oct-2014
switches off Liphook lights*   
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You don't have to be mad to work here.. by grandecazzoducan (Member 10099169) on 22-Oct-2014
http://www.turnbullripley.co.uk/about

ns
  
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Hey guys by grandecazzoducan (Member 10099169) on 21-Oct-2014
How's it going?   
  • Re: Hey guys by ScotchDave (Member 10078204) on 21-Oct-2014
    Is this really all you managed in a week.

  • Re: Hey guys by grandecazzoducan (Member 10099169) on 21-Oct-2014
    It's over. We're just running a skeleton staff whilst the Chevs sell off all the assets. Barry (our star poster) has been sold to a large premiership messageboard

  • Re: Hey guys by Beauchamp Day (Member 10248836) on 21-Oct-2014
    Barry Johnson has left to take over the role of Renee Zellweger.

  • Re: Hey guys by Charlotte Sharman (Member 10283928) on 21-Oct-2014
    it's not barry johnson that's killed it, he was only an occasional guest queen. no, it's rob bobbins. he used to come on here every day as the warm up. he was liphook's felix bowness

  • Re: Hey guys by grandecazzoducan (Member 10099169) on 22-Oct-2014
    'FIN'

  • Re: Hey guys by sandy (Member 10140950) on 22-Oct-2014
    I blame it on Ric personally. Now he's a dad Liphook is dead to him.

  • Re: Hey guys by grandecazzoducan (Member 10099169) on 23-Oct-2014
    Contractually bound to not chase crumpet

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even more interesting about kobane by Charlotte Sharman (Member 10283928) on 16-Oct-2014
pretty much a news embargo at the moment. I think the coalition is aiding the HEROIC kurds just as it should do. helping them to smash the scum, maybe drive them back as far as they can under a blackout   
  • Re: even more interesting about kobane by Charlotte Sharman (Member 10283928) on 16-Oct-2014
    and I'll stick my neck out here. the threat of terrorism from returning "jihadis" is negligent. these are spoilt children raised on computer games and internet islam extremism who went out and found to begin with that war was easy until they met true defenders. I hope that the reality of war hits them as hard as it always does and they return to this country with ptsd and a paranoia that stops the... more >>

  • Re: even more interesting about kobane by fucking newbie lurker (Member 10152383) on 17-Oct-2014
    Haha excellent

  • Re: even more interesting about kobane by e.i.b (Member 10021856) on 17-Oct-2014
    i agree on yr second point
    not the first though. the reason there is so little news is news organisations arent in syria/would dare to try to. too danmgerous

  • Re: even more interesting about kobane by PJ (Member 10021506) on 17-Oct-2014
    your a mutant

  • Re: even more interesting about kobane by grandecazzoducan (Member 10099169) on 18-Oct-2014
    Love lemon curd

  • Re: even more interesting about kobane by errrr (Member 10268116) on 20-Oct-2014
    Oi

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haha by Charlotte Sharman (Member 10283928) on 16-Oct-2014
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-tyne-29649603   
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there are things about the siege of kobane by Charlotte Sharman (Member 10283928) on 16-Oct-2014
that don't ring true. I think the west are supporting the heroic kurds on the ground otherwise they'd have run out of ammo by now. obama is very slick when it comes to matters of war. he does things in secret and gets the job done. also why do none of these fighters wear helmets?   
  • Re: there are things about the siege of kobane by Krampus (Member 10290522) on 16-Oct-2014
    Look what good armour did for Stormtroopers.

  • Re: there are things about the siege of kobane by Suzanne (Member 10128239) on 16-Oct-2014
    Heroic Kurds? Are you not a Turk? IMO, arming the Kurds is akin to arming Mujahideen - it'll bite us on the bum if we do.

  • Re: there are things about the siege of kobane by Charlotte Sharman (Member 10283928) on 16-Oct-2014
    kurds are a world away from afghan tribes. they've built the only democratic state in the middle east outside of israel

  • Re: there are things about the siege of kobane by grandecazzoducan (Member 10099169) on 16-Oct-2014
    Tim I don't think they even have a cycling proficiency test in 'Arabia'

  • Re: there are things about the siege of kobane by tarantula (Member 10118184) on 16-Oct-2014
    YOUR a helmet

  • Re: there are things about the siege of kobane by weeminger (Member 10049591) on 16-Oct-2014
    You're

  • Re: there are things about the siege of kobane by grandecazzoducan (Member 10099169) on 16-Oct-2014
    Helm'et

  • Re: there are things about the siege of kobane by e.i.b (Member 10021856) on 16-Oct-2014
    jesus christ more horse**** from suzanne
    the syrian kurds are secular and democratic. and they ARE heroic. on what planet and how would it bite "us" on the bum??

    Tim-good point. im amazed they have resisted. its not over yet but i hv high hopes. perhaps supplies have been coming through via turkey afterall but its all kept sthtum.

  • Re: there are things about the siege of kobane by e.i.b (Member 10021856) on 16-Oct-2014
    Takbir!

  • Re: there are things about the siege of kobane by Charlotte Sharman (Member 10283928) on 16-Oct-2014
    spokeswoman in kobane says they have received reinforcements and supplies but not telling where from

  • Re: there are things about the siege of kobane by Charlotte Sharman (Member 10283928) on 16-Oct-2014
    REJOICE REJOICE

  • Re: there are things about the siege of kobane by grandecazzoducan (Member 10099169) on 16-Oct-2014
    You are young. Life has been kind to you. You will learn.

  • Re: there are things about the siege of kobane by tinker (Member 10189454) on 16-Oct-2014
    I imagine they're driving re-ups along the crossing into Turkey like they've been driving the wounded out for weeks. Have you not seen that on the news?

  • Re: there are things about the siege of kobane by tinker (Member 10189454) on 16-Oct-2014
    City jitters - is now a good time to sell my British Telecom shares? Buzby says yes.

  • Re: there are things about the siege of kobane by Suzanne (Member 10128239) on 16-Oct-2014
    You're such an ignoramus eib, do you really profess to know nothing of the PKK? Why don't you stuck to stuff you do know about? I'll be around 30 seconds, that should give you time to expand.

  • Re: there are things about the siege of kobane by Charlotte Sharman (Member 10283928) on 16-Oct-2014
    comparing kurds to the pkk is like comparing catholics to the ira

  • Re: there are things about the siege of kobane by Becks (Member 10099659) on 16-Oct-2014
    Tim is right. Obama is quite clever, he will prob have had the CIA (eg Carrie Mathison) in there assisting with targeting and maybe providing specific weapons.

    He's rumoured to have done similar in Ukraine when the govt loyalists were in the ascendency (before Putin massively upped the ante).

  • Re: there are things about the siege of kobane by fakester (Member 10207184) on 17-Oct-2014
    becks I can just tell you had a hard on while typing that

  • Re: there are things about the siege of kobane by e.i.b (Member 10021856) on 17-Oct-2014
    explain how arming the peshmerga and YPG will "bite us on the bum" please.
    as tim says - dont assume the PKK, KRG and YPG are one and the same.

  • Re: there are things about the siege of kobane by e.i.b (Member 10021856) on 17-Oct-2014
    yr ability to be wrong abt most things you proclaim on here is up there with SD

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at 0828 on 16 October 2014 by tarantula (Member 10118184) on 16-Oct-2014
Lou Pepper said "shit" live on air on the Chris Evans breakfast show. Updates will follow.   
  • Re: at 0828 on 16 October 2014 by grandecazzoducan (Member 10099169) on 16-Oct-2014
    Why would anyone listen to the Chris Evans breakfast show?

  • Re: at 0828 on 16 October 2014 by Charlotte Sharman (Member 10283928) on 16-Oct-2014
    I listen to the ched evans breakfast show

  • Re: at 0828 on 16 October 2014 by grandecazzoducan (Member 10099169) on 16-Oct-2014
    I listen to ONE NINE FOUR RADIO CIIIIIIITTTTTTYYYY

  • Re: at 0828 on 16 October 2014 by tarantula (Member 10118184) on 16-Oct-2014
    No idea, but some people clearly do and are apoplectic with rage about this

  • Re: at 0828 on 16 October 2014 by Krampus (Member 10290522) on 16-Oct-2014
    I'm not keen on Chris Evans or 'The Chris Evans Breakfast Show'. I wish they'd let Sara Cox take over full time.

    Reasons for not being keen on Chris Evans = he has no idea about films, books or pretty much anything unless it's cars or sports related.

    He has a piece of music from a film on everyday (that listeners get to choose), 4 out of 5 days he's never seem the film or heard... more >>

  • Re: at 0828 on 16 October 2014 by grandecazzoducan (Member 10099169) on 16-Oct-2014
    I think he used to be very talented but now he's just an embarrassment

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TEAM by grandecazzoducan (Member 10099169) on 15-Oct-2014
DECADE-nce   
  • Re: TEAM by Charlotte Sharman (Member 10283928) on 15-Oct-2014
    hatchet faced muslim

  • Re: TEAM by Charlotte Sharman (Member 10283928) on 15-Oct-2014
    quite fancy one of those paedo jumpers

  • Re: TEAM by Sheriff Rosco (Member 10021503) on 16-Oct-2014
    I bet the likes of Mike Read would love one for showing they are radio stars, ON AIR

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the apprentice by Charlotte Sharman (Member 10283928) on 15-Oct-2014
that woman with glasses and a blonde bob said absolutely nothing   
  • Re: the apprentice by Sheriff Rosco (Member 10021503) on 15-Oct-2014
    i thought the same, who was she?

  • Re: the apprentice by slackhack (Member 10027940) on 15-Oct-2014
    This one? Her 'bio' is rather appropriate: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/articles/302hpwsvNB8HstnlcbK1HZp/jemma-bird

  • Re: the apprentice by grandecazzoducan (Member 10099169) on 15-Oct-2014
    She's a 'burlesque dancer' :-(

  • Re: the apprentice by grandecazzoducan (Member 10099169) on 15-Oct-2014
    How far do you reckon the Mekon will get?

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you can't beat by Charlotte Sharman (Member 10283928) on 14-Oct-2014
a toy duck with a vibrating vagina   
  • Re: you can't beat by grandecazzoducan (Member 10099169) on 14-Oct-2014
    http://stacybias.net/2012/01/flying-while-fat-superfat-tips-for-international-air-travel/

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