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    In London

    Effing A, why is it blizzarding this weekend? lol! Anyways, who wants to grab a pint? Let a brotha know. Going to be here for a month on business actually.

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    Was in London for Paddy's day weekend, $#@!ing Epic city. Architecture is amazing! Especially when pissed drunk.

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    I'll be glad when this 50 year record cold goes away.

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    Man if i lived in the UK UK, i would have dropped in and had a pint or six with you...

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    Quote Originally Posted by claud3 View Post
    Man if i lived in the UK UK, i would have dropped in and had a pint or six with you...

    That's legit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lefein View Post
    Effing A, why is it blizzarding this weekend? lol! Anyways, who wants to grab a pint? Let a brotha know. Going to be here for a month on business actually.
    wtf is a pint??



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    Quote Originally Posted by djpenny View Post
    wtf is a pint??
    More than half a litre.

    Last edited by keefy; 03-23-2013 at 03:37.

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    Quote Originally Posted by keefy View Post
    More than half a litre.
    ?????



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    Pint is a unit of measurement for liquids.
    We buy beer in pubs/bars by the pint. (568ml)
    see picture above.

    so when someone says "fancy a pint" or "grab a pint" they want to go drink some beer with you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by keefy View Post
    Pint is a unit of measurement for liquids.
    We drink buy beer in pubs by the pint. (568ml)
    see picture above.
    ohh thats nothing



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    Depends how many you drink and of what you fill it with.

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    I want to go to London!


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    Quote Originally Posted by keefy View Post
    Depends how many you drink and of what you fill it with.
    especially when that pint is filled with whiskey or vodka






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    Quote Originally Posted by Sylar View Post
    especially when that pint is filled with whiskey or vodka
    +rep for speaking my Irish Lingo... A Pint Of Whiskey goes down so well, well 3 do
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    Down in that London.
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    Lets just say a pint is the freedom of the mind and LONDON is the sore bum of back alley's
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    A pint? That's nothing compared to the German "Mass":




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    Ah you Germans got the ERUO and the others and now you want to steal the pride of the PINT... Then go ahead and remember this and remember it well, we have the best BOXERS in the world

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    LOL! Fish and Chips sure are a hell of a lot better here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lefein View Post
    LOL! Fish and Chips sure are a hell of a lot better here.
    They are DRUNK PERSONS magic
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    Sorry couldn't resist.

    When I was first asked by the chippy woman "open or closed" I thought it was a come on.

    Last edited by keefy; 03-24-2013 at 02:33.

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    LMAO, Keefy you crazy logic genius
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    Hm. I was in London for the so-called millenium. The city and the rest of the country for that matter is $#@!ing awesome... when it's not raining. I'd love to go back and stay awhile again sometime. I had a blast visiting all the historical areas though I think a few of them are a bit overly advertised in the greatness and awesomeness department.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Morganator View Post
    Hm. I was in London for the so-called millenium. The city and the rest of the country for that matter is $#@!ing awesome... when it's not raining. I'd love to go back and stay awhile again sometime. I had a blast visiting all the historical areas though I think a few of them are a bit overly advertised in the greatness and awesomeness department.
    Good to hear some positives about it from an American view point. I've heard many opinions from people that have gone there saying they treat Americans like assholes. I took it with a grain of salt naturally. I still want to visit the UK badly. Regardless of what I've heard. Not trying to offend anyone. Just stating word of mouth. I have faith in my UK brethren that when I go it will be an awesome visit. I will be able to one day when I can afford my trip to Europe.


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