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    Post by Gypsy on Thu May 17, 2012 11:55 am

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    Post by 3rdforum on Thu May 17, 2012 12:02 pm

    where was that taken Gypsy?






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    Post by cunningham on Thu May 17, 2012 12:35 pm

    3rdforum wrote:where was that taken Gypsy?
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    Post by 3rdforum on Thu May 17, 2012 1:46 pm

    no pulling the wool over your eyes Howard!






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    Post by Mermaid on Thu May 17, 2012 3:21 pm

    It is beautiful.



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    Post by Gypsy on Thu May 17, 2012 4:04 pm

    3rdforum wrote:where was that taken Gypsy?

    Grand Teton National Park I said a week or so ago I joined PhotoBotos.com and receive a beautiful picture each day.
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    Post by Campbell Brodie on Thu May 17, 2012 5:10 pm

    Lovely. Is it Lavender?



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    Post by Gypsy on Thu May 17, 2012 5:23 pm

    The Lone Ranger wrote:Lovely. Is it Lavender?

    NO!! Blue :sulk2:
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    Post by Mcqueen on Thu May 17, 2012 5:43 pm

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    Post by Campbell Brodie on Thu May 17, 2012 6:02 pm

    Gypsy wrote:
    The Lone Ranger wrote:Lovely. Is it Lavender?

    NO!! Blue Blue field 871748619

    Tetchy...here's a lavender field in Provence in France.
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    Post by Mcqueen on Thu May 17, 2012 6:21 pm

    We went past some of them, The smell was lavenderish, Donkey and carts hauling it in, We had to wait behind a few, Windows down in the VW camper, Ah happy days,
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    Post by Campbell Brodie on Thu May 17, 2012 6:27 pm

    Mcqueen wrote:We went past some of them, The smell was lavenderish, Donkey and carts hauling it in, We had to wait behind a few, Windows down in the VW camper, Ah happy days,

    I could handle some of that on a nice French summer's day...



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    Post by Mcqueen on Thu May 17, 2012 6:35 pm

    I like the south of France, Janet loves it, but the people are plain ignorant, You would think they would gratefull their not talking German, The camp site staff all speak lots of languages, But your back of the queue if your english, Blady rude they are, Even when speaking pidgeon french to try to win them over, Nah, Ive been half a dozen times, So its not a one off, Feck em i'l go to tenerife instead, Blue field 871748619
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    Post by Gypsy on Thu May 17, 2012 6:46 pm

    I love France too McQ have gone for years but you are right it is spoilt by the people. Even worse in Paris, ignorant lot.

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    Post by Mcqueen on Thu May 17, 2012 7:56 pm

    Once in paris at a roadside bar, Got two drinks and left the change in the dish, The waiter came and started clearing the table before we had finished, He took one look at the change and threw it in the road, He only kept notes i think.
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    Post by Campbell Brodie on Thu May 17, 2012 8:08 pm

    Mcqueen wrote:Once in paris at a roadside bar, Got two drinks and left the change in the dish, The waiter came and started clearing the table before we had finished, He took one look at the change and threw it in the road, He only kept notes i think.

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    Post by Perfectspecimen on Thu May 17, 2012 8:12 pm

    Look like bluebells to me. I have one in my garden.



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    Post by Topdog on Thu May 17, 2012 8:12 pm

    We had a meal in a real plush gaff down the Champs r easy, Fortune sat comfy then they stuck another party of 4 next to us but joined a small table on to ours to accommodate them, Krauts they were.
    We were squashed as they all looked like they were from land of the giants.
    Jan was really pissed off.
    We both had duck, different dishes and I ask for mine rare and Jan said well done, I said thank you, she said "no the duck, well cooked, please"
    I think the word please confused them, mine came over at least medium and Jan's was bleu. We are talking of a french style starter here, so not hard to get right and at the time it was about 3 times the price of a decent main in a good country pub.
    When told it was wrong, I was told us English no nothing about food, this is how it should be cooked.
    I said you nothing about manners or good service yer bleeding frog, if a customer asks for Rare he expects to see no more than 1/8 of the meat a brown colour. If well cooked it means no blood.
    You want me to change this, yes, so what i should I do with the Duck.
    Where is the last place the duck see's before it goes for its final swim down the River Latrine, froggy.
    "I don't know"
    Yer arse so shove it up there, we are off to a Cafe for real nosh.
    Now sever the Gestapo like a good boy.
    Bon Nuit.
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    Post by Mcqueen on Thu May 17, 2012 8:17 pm

    Blue field ? Nah - Frog bashing, Short memories that lot,
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    Post by Campbell Brodie on Thu May 17, 2012 8:34 pm

    Topdog wrote:We had a meal in a real plush gaff down the Champs r easy, Fortune sat comfy then they stuck another party of 4 next to us but joined a small table on to ours to accommodate them, Krauts they were.
    We were squashed as they all looked like they were from land of the giants.
    Jan was really pissed off.
    We both had duck, different dishes and I ask for mine rare and Jan said well done, I said thank you, she said "no the duck, well cooked, please"
    I think the word please confused them, mine came over at least medium and Jan's was bleu. We are talking of a french style starter here, so not hard to get right and at the time it was about 3 times the price of a decent main in a good country pub.
    When told it was wrong, I was told us English no nothing about food, this is how it should be cooked.
    I said you nothing about manners or good service yer bleeding frog, if a customer asks for Rare he expects to see no more than 1/8 of the meat a brown colour. If well cooked it means no blood.
    You want me to change this, yes, so what i should I do with the Duck.
    Where is the last place the duck see's before it goes for its final swim down the River Latrine, froggy.
    "I don't know"
    Yer arse so shove it up there, we are off to a Cafe for real nosh.
    Now sever the Gestapo like a good boy.
    Bon Nuit.

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    Post by Gypsy on Thu May 17, 2012 8:50 pm

    Topdog wrote:We had a meal in a real plush gaff down the Champs r easy, Fortune sat comfy then they stuck another party of 4 next to us but joined a small table on to ours to accommodate them, Krauts they were.
    We were squashed as they all looked like they were from land of the giants.
    Jan was really pissed off.
    We both had duck, different dishes and I ask for mine rare and Jan said well done, I said thank you, she said "no the duck, well cooked, please"
    I think the word please confused them, mine came over at least medium and Jan's was bleu. We are talking of a french style starter here, so not hard to get right and at the time it was about 3 times the price of a decent main in a good country pub.
    When told it was wrong, I was told us English no nothing about food, this is how it should be cooked.
    I said you nothing about manners or good service yer bleeding frog, if a customer asks for Rare he expects to see no more than 1/8 of the meat a brown colour. If well cooked it means no blood.
    You want me to change this, yes, so what i should I do with the Duck.
    Where is the last place the duck see's before it goes for its final swim down the River Latrine, froggy.
    "I don't know"
    Yer arse so shove it up there, we are off to a Cafe for real nosh.
    Now sever the Gestapo like a good boy.
    Bon Nuit.

    Something similar happened to us in Paris - it was late at night and we went into this very ordinary cafe I ordered a red wine(you can tell how long ago it was) we checked the menu and said as it is late can we just have the main course we don´t want a starter/pudding. The waiter went into a strop saying what do you think this is we have full set of cutlery at each place and 'clean' table cloths. That was what really got to me so I just said we won't bother, paid for them and then I tipped half my glass over his 'clean' tablecloth and as I brushed it, knocked all his cutlery on the floor. And walked out laughing. So at least the next person would also get a clean one.
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    Post by 3rdforum on Thu May 17, 2012 9:10 pm

    Mcqueen wrote:I like the south of France, Janet loves it, but the people are plain ignorant, You would think they would gratefull their not talking German, The camp site staff all speak lots of languages, But your back of the queue if your english, Blady rude they are, Even when speaking pidgeon french to try to win them over, Nah, Ive been half a dozen times, So its not a one off, Feck em i'l go to tenerife instead, Blue field 871748619

    Gypsy wrote:I love France too McQ have gone for years but you are right it is spoilt by the people. Even worse in Paris, ignorant lot.



    Its cos your English. Not trying to be funny buts that's the reason. We've been to France several times and were sometimes treated like shit. As soon as we said we were Irish, we were welcomed with open arms. My cousin says the same ( he's from Kent). They hear an English accent and immediately imagine the stereotypical "Rule Britannia" head stuck up one's own arse English person. The Scots are the same as the Irish. They aren't treated as "Brits" but the English are. Strange innit??






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    Post by Topdog on Thu May 17, 2012 9:38 pm

    its coz they are Gaelic fecks.
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    Post by 3rdforum on Thu May 17, 2012 9:41 pm

    We should establish our own country. The Republic of Tenerfunia! Knobheads need not apply. ( Unless they own a pub)






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    Post by Topdog on Thu May 17, 2012 9:42 pm

    We got our own Lingo

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