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Discussion in 'Cardiff City Forum' started by Dr. Lecter, 14 May 2019.
How much do you drink every 24 hrs? By your own figures you should have cirrhosis of the liver by now.
A briefcase, a lunch and a man on the edge...
used to drink a lot more cut down big time, couldn't go a day without it before
I'm too tight to pay for the stuff. When I was in my early twenties I'd drink a bottle of gin and half a slab a day because it was free. As soon as circumstances changed I'd stopped drinking within a week. Now I can't drink because of medication. I hope it hasn't changed your life expectancy.
It would appear that your wager has been accepted. Or have I got that wrong? I'd drink Rees-Mogg under the table is what I'm saying. Put him to bed. Whatever you were saying I lost track of. I've been drinking.
how did you free drink when u were younger?
We were discussing Stantys Tattoos life expectancy considering the amount he declares he drinks. Nobody seems to be able to beat him which brings up the suspicion of different time zones.
Do nreckon .He's just a night owl. Or an evil pod genius.
I’ll see your HMRC and raise you a dvla
I worked at Victoria Dock in London. Hospitality on the ships was offered to all and sundry who had reason to call on board. I'd drink a quarter of a bottle of gin with a few beer chasers on say four or five ships a day. At mid day we'd go for lunch on what we considered to be the best ship for eating on. The best ones were the cruising liners where we'd have up to 10/12 courses available. We needed to eat to soak up the alcohol. At weekends I'd volunteer to come in just to eat (My single days).
Different time zone?
I’m pretty sure he’s from Bargoed way so probably the twilight zone.
The only thing that would beat my HMRC would be MI5 or MI6. I was not desk bound and kept my own hours most of the time. I even had powers to draw in other agencies.
This is how I feel some days.
About once a month?
Edit: sorry mate, got your username mixed up with someone similar.
The sun never rises in Bargoed, which is a distinct POD-related advantage.
lovely day again today. got my shorts on again
Too much info .....