Worlds ** spoiler** ( not the official one)

specialgueststar
specialgueststar Posts: 3,418
edited September 2019 in Pro race
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Leeds
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chips and t'gravy

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Pudding ( tell the Scandinavians this is not a desert)

nightlife

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Tetley

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  • rick_chasey
    rick_chasey Posts: 71,643
    Eerrm....

    hmmmm.
  • RichN95.
    RichN95. Posts: 27,127
    Don't forget the lovely horses

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  • ridgerider
    ridgerider Posts: 2,851
    Where are the cows?
    Half man, Half bike
  • m.r.m.
    m.r.m. Posts: 3,294
    3rd picture.




    Just kidding
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  • webboo
    webboo Posts: 6,087
    That’s doesn’t look like any pint of Tetleys I have drunk or seen. Looks more like cooking lager.
  • inseine
    inseine Posts: 5,786
  • orraloon
    orraloon Posts: 12,529

    Pudding ( tell the Scandinavians this is not a desert)
    Cultural desert?
  • inseine wrote:
    Better beer picture

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    That's going straight back. Never accept a beer in a dirty glass.
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  • RichN95.
    RichN95. Posts: 27,127
    Ridgerider wrote:
    Where are the cows?
    Stampeding through a cul-de-sac

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/uk-englan ... cul-de-sac
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  • I can take I hint but I am out of the country from Monday and with great foresight, have to leave the house at half time during the Wales match. :oops:
    So I can certainly kick the "official" thread off and I have an excellent info resource link that I can leave for folks to peruse and like me, plagiarize. :P

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  • webboo
    webboo Posts: 6,087
    That pudding is a Lancastrian delicacy. You usually ask for baby’s head and chips when visiting a chip shop over there.
  • Pross
    Pross Posts: 39,873
    Ridgerider wrote:
    Where are the cows?

    In the pie presumably
  • ridgerider
    ridgerider Posts: 2,851
    Lovely cows in all stages of life and death.

    No pics, but is this not the land of Old Peculiar, and my personal favourite... Black Sheep?
    Half man, Half bike
  • gsk82
    gsk82 Posts: 3,414
    Ridgerider wrote:
    Lovely cows in all stages of life and death.

    No pics, but is this not the land of Old Peculiar, and my personal favourite... Black Sheep?

    I believe the men's race passes through Masham, where Black Sheep and Theakston brewery are based. Black Sheep was founded by a former director/ owner of Theakston following a board level disagreement.
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  • ridgerider
    ridgerider Posts: 2,851
    Oh yes...I have followed his career with interest!
    Half man, Half bike
  • Mad_Malx
    Mad_Malx Posts: 4,985
    M.R.M. wrote:
    3rd picture.




    Just kidding

    :D
  • RichN95.
    RichN95. Posts: 27,127
    RichN95 wrote:
    Ridgerider wrote:
    Where are the cows?
    Stampeding through a cul-de-sac

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/uk-englan ... cul-de-sac
    I think people have been overlooking these cows. This is the Eddy Merckx of spoiler thread cow references. If you can find the words Cow, Stampede and Harrogate together elsewhere then I shall cede the floor to you.
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  • inseine wrote:
    Better beer picture

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    Terrible beer picture. Owner of the brewery's a total berk who treats Tadcaster as his private fiefdom, and every Sam Smith's pub in York is a grubby hole full of people who have been barred from Wetherspoons apart from the one by the river, which mixes the formula up by sometimes being a grubby hole that's full of water.
  • orraloon
    orraloon Posts: 12,529
    ...Owner of the brewery's a total berk who treats Tadcaster as his private fiefdom, and every Sam Smith's pub in York is a grubby hole...
    Interesting. There is a Sam Smith's pub in Oxford. Sought it out. Total cr4p. Just weird. Is there a pattern forming?
    Off topic I know but whatevs.
  • phreak
    phreak Posts: 2,890
    gsk82 wrote:
    Ridgerider wrote:
    Lovely cows in all stages of life and death.

    No pics, but is this not the land of Old Peculiar, and my personal favourite... Black Sheep?

    I believe the men's race passes through Masham, where Black Sheep and Theakston brewery are based. Black Sheep was founded by a former director/ owner of Theakston following a board level disagreement.

    Birth place of the mashed potato I believe.
  • bobmcstuff
    bobmcstuff Posts: 11,190
    orraloon wrote:
    ...Owner of the brewery's a total berk who treats Tadcaster as his private fiefdom, and every Sam Smith's pub in York is a grubby hole...
    Interesting. There is a Sam Smith's pub in Oxford. Sought it out. Total cr4p. Just weird. Is there a pattern forming?
    Off topic I know but whatevs.
    They're bloody cheap though!

    He can't be as much of a berk as Tim Martin surely.
  • awavey
    awavey Posts: 2,368
    phreak wrote:
    gsk82 wrote:
    Ridgerider wrote:
    Lovely cows in all stages of life and death.

    No pics, but is this not the land of Old Peculiar, and my personal favourite... Black Sheep?

    I believe the men's race passes through Masham, where Black Sheep and Theakston brewery are based. Black Sheep was founded by a former director/ owner of Theakston following a board level disagreement.

    Birth place of the mashed potato I believe.

    does that mean weve been saying it wrong for all these years,and it should be mazzed potato :lol:

    and it was a bit more than a mere board level disagreement, Roger Protz can probably explain it better than I can https://protzonbeer.co.uk/features/2018 ... -beer-saga
  • webboo
    webboo Posts: 6,087
    phreak wrote:
    gsk82 wrote:
    Ridgerider wrote:
    Lovely cows in all stages of life and death.

    No pics, but is this not the land of Old Peculiar, and my personal favourite... Black Sheep?

    I believe the men's race passes through Masham, where Black Sheep and Theakston brewery are based. Black Sheep was founded by a former director/ owner of Theakston following a board level disagreement.

    Birth place of the mashed potato I believe.
    I presume this was a bit tongue in cheek as Wikipedia says France or Cornwall.
  • phreak
    phreak Posts: 2,890
    Webboo wrote:
    phreak wrote:
    gsk82 wrote:
    Ridgerider wrote:
    Lovely cows in all stages of life and death.

    No pics, but is this not the land of Old Peculiar, and my personal favourite... Black Sheep?

    I believe the men's race passes through Masham, where Black Sheep and Theakston brewery are based. Black Sheep was founded by a former director/ owner of Theakston following a board level disagreement.

    Birth place of the mashed potato I believe.
    I presume this was a bit tongue in cheek as Wikipedia says France or Cornwall.

    You presume correctly, but your diligence is appreciated.
  • bompington
    bompington Posts: 7,674
    inseine wrote:
    Better beer picture

    92f874c32f48b567e03771d5a63651c4.jpg

    Terrible beer picture. Owner of the brewery's a total berk who treats Tadcaster as his private fiefdom, and every Sam Smith's pub in York is a grubby hole full of people who have been barred from Wetherspoons apart from the one by the river, which mixes the formula up by sometimes being a grubby hole that's full of water.
    I am now wondering what pronouns I need to use for this beer, and why everyone seems to be making such a big deal of it
  • ridgerider
    ridgerider Posts: 2,851
    To use a rather old fashioned expression... Is it REAL ale?
    Half man, Half bike
  • dish_dash
    dish_dash Posts: 5,534
    orraloon wrote:
    ...Owner of the brewery's a total berk who treats Tadcaster as his private fiefdom, and every Sam Smith's pub in York is a grubby hole...
    Interesting. There is a Sam Smith's pub in Oxford. Sought it out. Total cr4p. Just weird. Is there a pattern forming?
    Off topic I know but whatevs.

    The Three Goats Head wasn't that bad back in the day when I was a student, ditto The Chandos by Trafalgar Square.

    Recently popped into Ye Old Cheshire Cheese on Fleet Street on a pub crawl and was pleasantly surprised. Landlord was friendly and gave us a tour of the whole building... and the beer was as good as the other 4 pubs we went to that night.
  • Tashman
    Tashman Posts: 3,392
    inseine wrote:
    Better beer picture

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    That's going straight back. Never accept a beer in a dirty glass.
    I also want the full pint I paid for. Top it up for us please :):lol:
  • awavey
    awavey Posts: 2,368
    Tashman wrote:
    I also want the full pint I paid for. Top it up for us please :):lol:

    its a northern thing, they like drinking their beer that you could put a flake in :lol: