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Trails.

 

The first one I heard of was someone doing a cow trail in some city somewhere and that seemed a little bit original and interesting.  Some trails - like the Superlambananas in 2008 or Shaun the Sheep in Bristol - are OK, because they've got some sort of connection to the city.  But most of them - like Liverpool's penguins and ducks - are just witless, unimaginative shite.

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Does anyone remember Trails or Trails bar on the corner of Castle Street by the courts. Posh place leather everywhere.

Google mapped it and it says it's now called Whats at sixty two. Used to love that place and took the only 10/10 bird I ever knew out on our 1 and only date there.

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Does anyone remember Trails or Trails bar on the corner of Castle Street by the courts. Posh place leather everywhere.

Google mapped it and it says it's now called Whats at sixty two. Used to love that place and took the only 10/10 bird I ever knew out on our 1 and only date there.

Wasnt it Trials ?

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Wasnt it Trials ?

Yeh that it mate, thats what I meant to write. Big open high ceiling place. Used to go suited up on a Friday after work buy expensive wine and then get the 55 bus home from round the corner for 35p

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People who fucking love to gloat about themselves. I'm all for a bit of self-promotion in the workplace but people who do it constantly and to the detriment of others rattle my fucking cage.

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Watched charlie and the chocolate factory the other day, when he found the golden ticket two people offered him money in dollars... dollars supposed to be fucking England. Turned it off. Its either a dumb mistake or they completely have no faith in American viewers understanding the concept of different money. It was shit anyway, especially the oompah lumpahs. A midget should look like he/she could do a boss handstand that one looked weak as fuck and im sure it was the scary little bastard who crawled up peoples arses in the xfiles.

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Was that the original one or the one with Johnny Depp? I've not seen the Depp one but I always thought Willy Wonka in the first one was the biggest nonce in cinema. and I include the following in that:

 

The child catcher from chitty chitty bang bang

Fagan

Bowie in Labrynth with his big bulge out in-front of the toddler

Mister Geppetto

Maria Rainer

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Was that the original one or the one with Johnny Depp? I've not seen the Depp one but I always thought Willy Wonka in the first one was the biggest nonce in cinema. and I include the following in that:

 

The child catcher from chitty chitty bang bang

Fagan

Bowie in Labrynth with his big bulge out in-front of the toddler

Mister Geppetto

Maria Rainer

 

Controversial slight on Gene Wilder, never seen him looking like a Jimmy before.

 

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Fucking hell its Terror from The Wanderers 

 

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who I have just found out also plays Dynamo in the running man! the talented, poetic and beautiful bastard

 

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Fucking hell its Terror from The Wanderers 

 

Wanderers-The-Erland-van-Lidth-5.jpg

 

who I have just found out also plays Dynamo in the running man! the talented, poetic and beautiful bastard

 

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And who also played Charlie Adam during the latter years of his career playing REDACTED.

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Erland van Lidth, who according to IMDB Died of a heart attack at 34. Tragically short life.

Was reading that the other day actually.

 

The fire that burns twice as bright.

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Erland van Lidth, who according to IMDB Died of a heart attack at 34. Tragically short life.

 

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