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Discussion in 'Cardiff City Forum' started by Joecity, 14 Apr 2019.
Cheese singles has to be one.
Years ago the dog only ate if the family wasted any food
Picking up dog shit.
Years ago, you just see dogs roaming the streets looking for kids to play with all day , just so they can laugh at you sliding through shit playing football
people BUYING water
Wiping your arse.
How did they use to do it?
Sat nav I used to remember going through the AA atlas the night before any journey writing down the route on a note pad
A pint of peroni in the Plough at £4.80
I got a shit load of A-Zs from over the years.
They were the days, working away, rocking up in a new city or town, arguing with the navigator in the passenger seat.
Drop boys off at job then spend a few hours looking for digs.
How did we manage without the internet?
Grass? Socks? Dunno. Guarrntee it wasn't 4 ply quilted deluxe though the massive losers.
Ask @TDA & @TH63
Gone are the days where you’d be grateful to find a few crumpled, crusty pages of Razzle that someone had stashed in a bush. It’s now so easily accessible with the internet. You can ‘burp the worm’ anywhere you please.
Had a similar situation... in Toronto, I ran out of data so I’m the hotel I would put in the journey via Google Maps and screenshot it on my phone
Yes. Definitely lost its soul.
Well, let's start with the title of the thread. What does it actually mean? The Merriam-Webster dictionary has four definitions of " to blow away".......
1 : to dissipate or remove as if with a current of air - unlikely to affect us oldies, unless you are the carrier of the snowflake gene
2 : to kill by gunfire : shoot dead - highly likely if you put up a fight instead of meekly handing over your wallet as is the advice these days
3 : to impress very strongly and usually favourably - now we are on to something, but the answer would have to be, "very little"
4 : to defeat soundly - a reference to my golfing ability perhaps?
Cash machines, the amount of times they hold the queue up whilst stinking of piss and trying to work out the digits. Then they give a cheeky grin as they let one rip.
Olden days people, tsk. Show them a biro and they'd give you the keys to the castle.