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Saturday 12 August 2006 4.41pm
Hi - we are a gay couple (2 men) living in Borough looking to meet other local guys for getting to know the area via drinks/meals etc...rather than just going out on our own !!
Any others in similar situation ? Let us know, cheers
Tuesday 29 August 2006 9.39am

With the Gladdy (Gladstone Arms) gone there's nowhere obvious to socialise in Borough - perhaps we should start somewhere :-))
Tuesday 29 August 2006 11.57am
hi Nick
Paul here, there is def a need for a good gay pub/bar but there are quite a few gay friendlies arent there?
Tuesday 29 August 2006 12.37pm
Hmmm - do I sense a certain pattern in gay guys round here choosing their on-line names???

Yeah - it's true there are a quite a few gay friendlies - almost as good :-)
Wednesday 30 August 2006 12.13pm
May be you all know each other already and don't no it!!!!
Wednesday 30 August 2006 2.01pm
but how could that be??????......
Wednesday 30 August 2006 2.05pm
well, Mark, Nick, and Paul, you all live (apparently) in Borough, so you probably go to the same pubs, you've almost certainly met.
Wednesday 13 September 2006 12.54pm
In the Homes & Property Page 5,with todays Evening Standard there's a photograph of Paul and his partner Nick who have bought a flat on the 16th floor of Tabatd Square tower.
They were going to buy in Clerkenwell, but chose Tabard Sq. as they wanted 'to be near all the action'.
Wednesday 13 September 2006 5.36pm
well thats a coincidence....we're buying there4 too !
Wednesday 13 September 2006 6.12pm
Oi, no outing ! ;-)

[for the avoidance of any doubt, meant in the entirely non-pejorative sense of not giving out info on people's real life identities on the board, where they haven't offered up such information themselves...]
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