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35 minutes ago, Bjornebye said:

That's superb. The racist little fart. I hate how he speaks in short quick bursts. 

You have to feel for him don't you, experiencing discrimination like that. None of his opponents could ever understand 

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Coming up to 2 years in Stony Stratford now and couldn't see myself anywhere else at the moment, think it's great and has everything you could want in a town with the majority of it in walking distance. Can understand some people's reservations about the city center but there are some very nice towns like Stony surrounding it and its handy to have within a short driving distance for travel/shopping etc. 

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8 minutes ago, Gooch said:

Coming up to 2 years in Stony Stratford now and couldn't see myself anywhere else at the moment, think it's great and has everything you could want in a town with the majority of it in walking distance. Can understand some people's reservations about the city center but there are some very nice towns like Stony surrounding it and its handy to have within a short driving distance for travel/shopping etc. 

Not sure if you read the Facebook thread but you live near Amy Lewis! 

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15 minutes ago, Remmie said:

Not sure if you read the Facebook thread but you live near Amy Lewis! 

I did have a nose through a while back and saw that she worked in the cock at one point, which I used to go for a drink in a fair amount. Yet to have the pleasure of coming across her though.

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4 minutes ago, Gooch said:

I did have a nose through a while back and saw that she worked in the cock at one point, which I used to go for a drink in a fair amount. Yet to have the pleasure of coming across her though.

 

Join the queue!

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1 hour ago, Gooch said:

I did have a nose through a while back and saw that she worked in the cock at one point, which I used to go for a drink in a fair amount. Yet to have the pleasure of coming across her though.

Think she left there a while ago after going home with someone else who worked there and not wanting to show her face again or something like that

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Thread goes to show people who have lived here rate it and those that saw the roundabouts followed by their arses didn't. I know people who have been to Liverpool to watch a game, seen the Anfield area and have decided that's what Liverpool is like along with all the robbing stereotypes. 

 

It is shite for going out though, no question (MK, not Liverpool!). 

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7 minutes ago, Remmie said:

Thread goes to show people who have lived here rate it and those that saw the roundabouts followed by their arses didn't. I know people who have been to Liverpool to watch a game, seen the Anfield area and have decided that's what Liverpool is like along with all the robbing stereotypes. 

 

It is shite for going out though, no question (MK, not Liverpool!). 

The whole place is one big Pink Floyd video mate. 

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I never see anyone famous in MK, Barry Fry I think is about as big as it gets. 

 

You're here 5 minutes and see Troy fucking Deeney!

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5 minutes ago, Remmie said:

I never see anyone famous in MK, Barry Fry I think is about as big as it gets. 

 

You're here 5 minutes and see Troy fucking Deeney!

I saw Dave Grohl and Seasick Steve there. Even Seasick Steve thought it was a shit-hole. 

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Just now, Bjornebye said:

I saw Dave Grohl and Seasick Steve there. Even Seasick Steve thought it was a shit-hole. 

Being at a gig doesn't count.

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2 minutes ago, Remmie said:

Being at a gig doesn't count.

He still thought it was a shit-hole. 

 

It's not even a shit-hole, some shit-holes have character. 

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