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Red EnZed

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    Born in Walton, grew up in Anfield, stuck in New Zealand.
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  1. Red EnZed

    I saw him play.

    Aldo's last. My last for a few years.
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    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    Works better with BGB as Del (head size) https://ibb.co/nMfKP8
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    Eating at the table (urban dictionary not required)

    The table promotes interesting conversation, stimulates robust debate. Both accompanied by fine food, ale, wine and good company. The TV just makes me shout 'cunt' a lot,
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    Tony Benn has passed away

    An inspiration. Sad day,
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    Advertising genius. The way the guy pushes the head/wig into shot is pure Ridley Scott. The panning is sublime and the zoom-ins are masterful. You were all just looking at 'Nando, weren't you?
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    The Favourite Tipple Thread

    Red Wine – Twin Paddocks Pinot Noir (Sam Neill's winery) White Wine – Any NZ Sav (sauvignon blanc) Anything over $20 a bottle is good enough Posh stuff – Dom Perignon or Krug when I fly on Emirates, Moet if I have to buy it. Lager – Becks in a bottle. About the only beer that always tastes the same no matter where you get it. Ale – Timothy Taylor bitter or Cains if I'm home. Pretend Ale – Mac's Sassy Red (NZ bitter served ice cold) Vodka – Stoly in the freezer. Belvedere if I see it in Duty Free Scotch – dinnae like it Gin – Smells like nans
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    Annoying Americanisms

    Specialty. I fucking hate that word. It's my speciality.
  8. Red EnZed

    Best character in the Blackadders...

    Queenie - cos she's from Southport and so's my wife. When the night is dark, and the dogs go… bark, when the sky is blue, and the cows go… moo,
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    So If You were Van Basten

    I've not really been paying attention
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    So If You were Van Basten

    Van Basten's gonna feel like a right soft cunt if Italy beat them in the final. Having said that, he's put out a weaker side and they've still thumped Romania.
  11. Red EnZed

    First Post (Could be in the wrong forum?)

    How big are your girlfriend's tits?
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    My wife just had to pay NZ$1046 (about £420) for her 2002 VW Polo's cam belt and tensioners. We shopped about a bit and was told the same by everyone – they basically have to disassemble the engines in newer VW's to get at the bits they need to get it replaced. There's also quite a bit of arsing about with 2 separate tensioners and other little bits and pieces, so you're probably not getting ripped off. It's a lot cheaper than the belt snapping while you're driving along!
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    The Big Question...

    Original. As Rowntree intended. "The original four-finger version of this chocolate bar was developed after a worker at the Rowntree's factory in York put a suggestion in the suggestion box for a snack that a 'man could have in his lunch box for work'. It was launched in September 1935...."