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Anonymous User
Friday 18 November 2005 8.07am
Where else would you keep a pig in a pub at Elephant?
Friday 18 November 2005 8.51am
"Snowballs" ... that takes me back to the Christmases of my youth (in the North West of the UK) ... then progressed to cinzano and lemonade ... and then, well, I don't much remember what happened after that!
Friday 18 November 2005 12.52pm
I remember Snowballs too! Think it was more of a 70's thing than a regional thing (I was in Birmingham) and was allowed a small one at Christmas as my family considered them to be not very alcoholic - ha ha!
Jac
Friday 18 November 2005 2.50pm
Snowballs definately a 70's thing and Itoo was allowed them at Christmas, but unlike julie i progress from them to vodka
Friday 18 November 2005 3.10pm
We had Snowballs, too.

But..... dates. So far, two votes for the week starting 12th December. So how about Wednesday 14th or Thursday 15th?
Anonymous User
Friday 18 November 2005 3.35pm
Either of those is good for me.
Friday 18 November 2005 3.44pm
What about both? It is Christmas, after all....
Anonymous User
Friday 18 November 2005 3.51pm
Both sounds good - your one night and mine the next (or vice versa)?
Friday 18 November 2005 4.23pm
Ivanhoe Wrote:
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> Battenberg is the psychadelic wonderdrug of hte
> 21st century.
>
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It was my new boss' birthday on Weds, and he bought cakes today, including individual mini-battenbergs.

FANTASTIC!!!



...if you press it, they will come.
Saturday 19 November 2005 12.02pm
What a nice boss! No Snowballs 'tho? Suggest them for next year!
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