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21-3-2017 14:01:55  #11


Re: Lonely little petunia in an onion patch

I've heard the pub is closing...

 

21-3-2017 14:39:26  #12


Re: Lonely little petunia in an onion patch

The plot thickens...


"To save time is to lengthen life."
 

21-3-2017 14:57:21  #13


Re: Lonely little petunia in an onion patch

Get down there now, lad.

 

22-3-2017 08:44:02  #14


Re: Lonely little petunia in an onion patch

Fleetwing's right. Is it a nice pub or a sort of hipster one? It's getting to crisis point, this pubs closing thing, isn't it. Accelerated since the crash - because people just drink at home now. 

 

23-3-2017 12:46:23  #15


Re: Lonely little petunia in an onion patch

Hipster pub?? This is Bedfordshire....

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23-3-2017 14:11:11  #16


Re: Lonely little petunia in an onion patch

KatLondon wrote:

Is it a nice pub or a sort of hipster one?  

Just noticed this comment -- ouch! I guess "nice" does not include "hipster." Can't say I disagree. If it were a hipster pub, not doubt there'd be people taking up space and typing there, yes?

Anyway, go check out that typewriter!

 

23-3-2017 19:14:19  #17


Re: Lonely little petunia in an onion patch

OldGreyBeard wrote:

Hipster pub?? This is Bedfordshire....

Hahaa.. I thought they'd infiltrated everywhere.

Fleetwing, they don't do that in London. Hard to say what they DO do... Probably too vague and hipsterish to 'do' anything much. They just ARE.
 

 

23-3-2017 20:07:09  #18


Re: Lonely little petunia in an onion patch

It would seem hipsters here (and I'm really referring to New York, and I guess that means more specifically Brooklyn) would watch Premier League games. Surely UK hipsters don't watch Major League Baseball.

I confess, I watch EPL games, even Aston Villa is now down in the Championship.

 

24-3-2017 07:17:26  #19


Re: Lonely little petunia in an onion patch

I see them sitting in places with plywood tables, having intense conversations or checking their phones... You know them more by their shops, at least in this neighbourhood. It's basically another form of consumerism.

 

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