Tom Pepper wrote:ninja999 wrote:I last went to the London Dungeon about 2 months ago , and to be honest during the tour of the place . It seemed the kids loved it whilst most of there parents were the ones that were screaming !!!!
At those prices I'm not surprised!
real-se1 wrote:What a load of drivel... I've lived in SE1/16 for more than 16 years. I'm not from here, I don't want to be from here... I'm not going to go native, whatever a native is... given that every area of London has a constantly shifting character due to economic and demographic changes.Borough Paul It has been around 250 years but was a wholesale fruit and veg market 20 years ago and you would never have gone near the place. You dont go down East Street cause its not trendy.To be honest you there are a few phoneys on here.
You wanna be from SE1 (you might live here now) thats why you come on here, but your wannabes.
Its alright for some street seller making a load of mess and blocking the road at Borough Market (thats cool uh) But you don't like it when its something you do not like and you don't want your mates who visit you (from an area you cant afford to live in) seeing a bit of tat when they visit you for some gwub at buwwa market.
KP wrote:A heady brew, sounds good to me.What exactly are you proposing? More spice warehouses, boat repair businesses, dilapidated buildings and a thriving sex industry perhaps?
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