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5 minutes ago, Fridge said:

Gaylords 

My post including the N word was deleted. Your post not being deleted informs me that homophobia is acceptable however. Good on ye and well done mods for upholding the freedom of expression.

You are the most heterosexual of all fridge magnets, I would imagine and I salute you for it. 

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On 9/13/2020 at 12:42 PM, rocket_scientist said:

Just back from my favourite cafe in Aberdeen, Cafe 100 on Holburn Street.

Only discovered it last year even though it's been there for years. Product and service are the only criteria (although location can be a benefit in certain situations) and on both counts, they win. I very rarely drink coffee in the house but their espresso is as good as you'll find anywhere and their chips - something I never eat in the house (not being a weegie) - are the best anywhere and in the middle of the day, so deliciously decadent.

A couple on here won't be happy with the service providers being mostly not locally-born and bred but a good example today of why NE businesses in the service sector will employ a non-native instead of a local, quite rightly in my opinion. They actually care about doing their job and want to look after their customers. I had to suggest to the inexperienced migrant lassie to stop saying sorry before we'd even been served and her smile when we handed over a 25% tip at the end was one of relief and understanding. She was damn good at her job, just too anxious to get it right all the time when they were obviously exceedingly busy, as we could see and could appreciate, where the first "it's ok, we're not in any rush" failed to stem her needless apologies. You wouldn't get most Brits giving that much of a fuck on minimum wage. Imagine the mutants and the racists on here and what they got parented by? Pure shit, some of them.

Had some life saving breakfasts in there after a few days of partying. I really recommend it to everyone.

 

 

 

I used the Richmond Street Deli the other day. 2x sandwiches and 2x soups =£21.

The katsu sandwich was incredible. Soups were great too. 
 

The mother was in a terrible mood and was giving her beautiful daughter a hard time for the duration I was in. Wasn't great to witness. But I was there for food and it was great. 

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12 minutes ago, Poodler said:

Had some life saving breakfasts in there after a few days of partying. I really recommend it to everyone.

 

 

 

I used the Richmond Street Deli the other day. 2x sandwiches and 2x soups =£21.

The katsu sandwich was incredible. Soups were great too. 
 

The mother was in a terrible mood and was giving her beautiful daughter a hard time for the duration I was in. Wasn't great to witness. But I was there for food and it was great. 

Doable?

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Just now, Captain Caveman said:

Doable?

There's an absolute treacle works there. Sandwiches are nectar too. 

 

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1 minute ago, Poodler said:

That's the daughter 

Well done for stating the obvious. 

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14 hours ago, Fridge said:

Cheers min

That’s more of a bar min.

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6 hours ago, dazzy_deff said:

Well done for stating the obvious. 

Older birds nae be tidy like? 

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12 minutes ago, Studebaker-90 said:

Richmond deli is fantastic. The breakfasts are delish. 

Thanks to the recommendations on here, that's where we are getting food tomorrow. Brother had a flat on Richmond Terrace back in the day. I've never heard of it before.

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Can’t speak highly enough of it in terms of the quality of the food. They are bastards for shutting when they feel like it and not advertising it though so maybe phone ahead. 

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is the west end sandwich \ choc shop still on the go? (Next to Bruce & partners) - bought couple sandwiches there

is food story any good? - never been

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58 minutes ago, Bluto10 said:

never heard of these places

Nae sure if you are at it here Bloots but if you do happen do be a rampant Gaylord in Aberdeen it’s well known that Cheers and My Fathers moustache are the places to go.

Take johnny’s with you.

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1 minute ago, Fridge said:

Nae sure if you are at it here Bloots but if you do happen do be a rampant Gaylord in Aberdeen it’s well known that Cheers and My Fathers moustache are the places to go.

Take johnny’s with you.


lol

know all about cheers 

 

MFM that still on the go? Remember that from years ago

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It’s been the Noose & Monkey for about 10 years 😄

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Jeans Bar on Union Terrace was Aberdeen's first wine bar and became the first faggot frequenting fad in the city. About 40 year ago. A mate told me.

Nah we loved it. For about 5 minutes. Aye before the fags moved in. Got cheese an a. Real sofisticayted. 

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2 hours ago, Poodler said:

Older birds nae be tidy like? 

Of course. I'm a big Vorders fan.

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1 hour ago, Captain Caveman said:

You ever tried the old fudge packing game rocket?

I appreciate the construction and the composition of the question. That was quite excellent.

When my solicitor gets back to me, only then will I be able to respond.

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4 hours ago, rocket_scientist said:

I appreciate the construction and the composition of the question. That was quite excellent.

When my solicitor gets back to me, only then will I be able to respond.

Pleading the 5th?

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Going for a ruby murray at The Shabaaz this Friday, not had a proper curry for about 6 months. Town will probably be dead though. 

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6 hours ago, maryhilldon said:

Pleading the 5th?

That was to be my next line, whilst hoping the mutants were too ignorant to pull me up on the fact that the US constitution doesn't apply in Scotland.

Anyway the solicitor just came back and told me to tell the truth to guard against misrepresentation and any possibility of being sued, in circumstances that neither of us can imagine but he says could occur. I'm going to sack him and get another brief. 

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