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Exiledwhite

Alright.....

I seem to have a really boring name in comparison to some of you folk on here but it is a standard one that I use on all boards unless some cheeky young whipper snapper has nicked it first. That is unlike my old mate grunt who changes his username with every site he joins  

....and you grind  

Anyway, good to know you (though I don't yet)

Lets do it  

By the way, Leeds born and bred - exiled in Ireland....

...happy days  
Pond Life

Welcome to the Tank!!

Glad you could join us.

What part of Ireland?

Do grunt and Grind bully you on other forums, or do you keep them in check?

Beckford...thoughts......

Do you require a special rank?
Butts

Hello and welcome.

Which bit of Leeds?
Forest

Welcome aboard Ex.
Plastic Man

The poor chap's here barely half an hour, and you lot are doing your damned best to scared him away.

Welcome Mr Exiledwhite - we're not all overly aggressive Jeremy Twatman wannabes on here. (Just be wary of the two small [when I say small, I mean virtual midget-sized] fellows you might come across [Messrs Dock and McCann] - jolly nice chaps, but a bit too quick off the mark with a broken pool cue for my liking).

So... do you prefer Harrods or F&M?
Exiledwhite

Pond Life wrote:




What part of Ireland?

Do grunt and Grind bully you on other forums, or do you keep them in check?

Beckford...thoughts......

Do you require a special rank?


Co Donegal

Them 2 are beacons of light in otherwise dark regions most of the time  

Beckford - greedy, selfish, a whinging turd and he frustrates the hell out of me....GIVE THE MAN  A NEW CONTRACT

No rank rquired - my wifes rank enough for me  


Butts wrote:
Hello and welcome.

Which bit of Leeds?


Born and lived in Heath Place, just behind The Peacock pub on Elland road but spent most of my years in Moortown.


Clacker wrote:
Helllo and welcome ExiledWhite.

What are the things (foodstuffs - not dead bodies etc) that you think are accceptable to store in your freezer, and what are completely unnacceptable freezer-storage-wise?



Acceptable
------------

Pizzas - the more the merrier
Indian snacks
Ice Creams and lollies to keep my kids happy and VERY quiet

Unacceptable
---------------

Frozen Vegetables - who the hell wants to eat frozen veg. What a waste. Buy fresh and helps you stay regular


Plastic Man wrote:

So... do you prefer Harrods or F&M?


Shopping  - blah.....

....I work in shop and try my hardest to avoid going into any ahop of any kind unless my life or that of my family is in reall danger.
Butts

Moortown? I grew up round there. Allerton Grange me. You?
Exiledwhite

Cardinal Heenan - left in 1988
Pond Life

Nice answers

Good to have you here.
grunt

Who you calling a beacon of shi- .. oh light, sorry.
Plastic Man

Exiledwhite wrote:
Plastic Man wrote:

So... do you prefer Harrods or F&M?


Shopping  - blah.....

....I work in shop and try my hardest to avoid going into any ahop of any kind unless my life or that of my family is in reall danger.


I'm terribly sorry - how silly of me for such gross typographical errors...

I meant to ask, do you prefer straight bondage or S&M?

What area of retail are you involved in?
grunt

Hey Ex, have you bumped into any of the Beaneys of Fintra yet?
bearing

Mmmmm a mate of Grinds hey.....

*ponders a while*

Do you like Deltics?
Seal

Hello there EW.

Just so I can judge your flouncing potential - are you an X Factor or a Strictly man?
smiling badger

Hello and welcome.
Now put the kettle on.
Tank Girl

welcome exiledwhite.

I am pleased to see you are even lower down in Grinds pool than I am.
Mick McCann

Exiledwhite wrote:
Cardinal Heenan - left in 1988


I went there, before it was called that and then while it was called that.

Welcome EW, who's your favourite, Grunt or Grind?
Forest

Mick McCann wrote:
Exiledwhite wrote:
Cardinal Heenan - left in 1988


I went there, before it was called that and then while it was called that.

Welcome EW, who's your favourite, Grunt or Grind?


My kids go to Cardies. You don't seem to get nuns teaching in catholic high schools anymore like when I was a lad, probably a good idea all the nuns we had at school were psychotic or just plain daft.
Mick McCann

Forest wrote:
Mick McCann wrote:
Exiledwhite wrote:
Cardinal Heenan - left in 1988


I went there, before it was called that and then while it was called that.

Welcome EW, who's your favourite, Grunt or Grind?


My kids go to Cardies. You don't seem to get nuns teaching in catholic high schools anymore like when I was a lad, probably a good idea all the nuns we had at school were psychotic or just plain daft.


Eeeeeeeeeeeeeh, a'bet it's changed a bit since I wurra lad.

Yeh, I've got a mad nun scene in Coming Out AABFILYE, psycho, troll, bitch from hell who enjoyed being cruel to kids.

I think they were mainly a Junior school thing for us.
Exiledwhite

Mick McCann wrote:
Exiledwhite wrote:
Cardinal Heenan - left in 1988


I went there, before it was called that and then while it was called that.

Welcome EW, who's your favourite, Grunt or Grind?


Mick - you might have been there when our kid was there then. Wer you a Thomas or Bosco lad?

With regard to Grunt or Grind......

.....errr,oh, eh, errrrrr - both smashing fellas

Exiledwhite

Plastic Man wrote:


I'm terribly sorry - how silly of me for such gross typographical errors...

I meant to ask, do you prefer straight bondage or S&M?

What area of retail are you involved in?



Straight bondage for me - oh and I'm the giver, I'm not into that masochistic stuff....that's just sick  

Argos
Exiledwhite

Seal wrote:
Hello there EW.

Just so I can judge your flouncing potential - are you an X Factor or a Strictly man?


Definitely an X-factor man.....

....that dancings for puffs tha nos  
Exiledwhite

bearing wrote:
Mmmmm a mate of Grinds hey.....

*ponders a while*

Do you like Deltics?


More of a Shinkansen man myself
Exiledwhite

Now ladies and gents, would you be as kind as to have a meeting and decide what questions to ask (if there are anymore forthcoming) and politely write them all on one post....

....my head hurts
bearing

You mean you want us to get organised?

Are you mad?
Mol

Tayto or Seabrooks?
Bundoran or Brid?
Smithwicks or Tetleys?
TV3 or Channel 5?
The late late show or GMTV?
Daniel O Donnell or Darren Day?
Mick McCann

Exiledwhite wrote:
Mick McCann wrote:
Exiledwhite wrote:
Cardinal Heenan - left in 1988


I went there, before it was called that and then while it was called that.

Welcome EW, who's your favourite, Grunt or Grind?


Mick - you might have been there when our kid was there then. Wer you a Thomas or Bosco lad?


I was Thomas, which was your kid? I left in '79.
Exiledwhite

He would have been a couple of years younger than you Mick. His name is Denis Greene - I think he did his A's in 1982
sheeps

Exiledwhite wrote:
Now ladies and gents, would you be as kind as to have a meeting and decide what questions to ask (if there are anymore forthcoming) and politely write them all on one post....

....my head hurts



No.




Argos, can we get discount ?

Argos, can we get owt free ?

Argos, can you nick owt for us ?




Don't nick owt big like a setee cos if they see you you will be in trouble.
Mick McCann

Exiledwhite wrote:
He would have been a couple of years younger than you Mick. His name is Denis Greene - I think he did his A's in 1982


EW, it just so happens that there was a very sorted young man called Denis Greene in my class for 5 years and I'm abosolutely shit with dates/years.

Obviously it could be a different one, does your Denis have ginger hair?

If it's him, he was a really sound lad was Denis, how's he doing? Say hello to him for me.



*gets all emotional thinking about the old days*
Grind

Exi - just to clarify your ginger-headed position for Tank Girl:  

Celtic or Rangers?

* This should be fun *

Good to have you here mate - top man.  

I know I wasn't asked, but my neighbour kept his (presumably Exi) dead cat in his freezer for a week after it passed away so that his wife could pay her respects when she got home.

* A similar reaction to TG's when she finds out the answer to the question above *
Tank Girl

troublemaker.
Grind

Tank Girl wrote:
troublemaker.


Yes he is.  
Exiledwhite

Mick McCann wrote:
Exiledwhite wrote:
He would have been a couple of years younger than you Mick. His name is Denis Greene - I think he did his A's in 1982


EW, it just so happens that there was a very sorted young man called Denis Greene in my class for 5 years and I'm abosolutely shit with dates/years.

Obviously it could be a different one, does your Denis have ginger hair?

If it's him, he was a really sound lad was Denis, how's he doing? Say hello to him for me.



*gets all emotional thinking about the old days*



That's him Mick, our Denis the ginger whinger  

He's in fine fettle and still lives in Leeds with his wife and 2 young lads - I'll pass on your best indeed sir.
Exiledwhite

Grind wrote:
Exi - just to clarify your ginger-headed position for Tank Girl:  

Celtic or Rangers?

* This should be fun *



HHHHHmmmmmmm - now let me think



Ginger, lives in the ROI and (from previous discussion with Mick) went to a Catholic school.......


......C'Mon the hoops  
Mol

Exiledwhite wrote:
Grind wrote:
Exi - just to clarify your ginger-headed position for Tank Girl:  

Celtic or Rangers?

* This should be fun *



HHHHHmmmmmmm - now let me think



Ginger, lives in the ROI and (from previous discussion with Mick) went to a Catholic school.......


......C'Mon the hoops  


Answer my questions or I'll have you banished to live with the moonies on Tory Island.

*thinks of perfect spot for Serf*
Exiledwhite

Mol wrote:
Tayto or Seabrooks?
Bundoran or Brid?
Smithwicks or Tetleys?
TV3 or Channel 5?
The late late show or GMTV?
Daniel O Donnell or Darren Day?



Seabrooks - no matter what the Irish say, Tayto are shit
Brid (just) - both dens of iniquity just Brid is a much "grander" scale
Not an ale or bitter man but I'd plump for Tetleys
Is there a difference  
The Late - now Kenny's gone Tubbers can make the show mint
Behave  
Mick McCann

Exiledwhite wrote:
Mick McCann wrote:
Exiledwhite wrote:
He would have been a couple of years younger than you Mick. His name is Denis Greene - I think he did his A's in 1982


EW, it just so happens that there was a very sorted young man called Denis Greene in my class for 5 years and I'm abosolutely shit with dates/years.

Obviously it could be a different one, does your Denis have ginger hair?

If it's him, he was a really sound lad was Denis, how's he doing? Say hello to him for me.



*gets all emotional thinking about the old days*



That's him Mick, our Denis the ginger whinger  

He's in fine fettle and still lives in Leeds with his wife and 2 young lads - I'll pass on your best indeed sir.


Thanks very much EW.
bearing

Tayto's are far too greasy....
Mol

*greases knuckles*
bearing

Mol wrote:
*greases knuckles*


Did you dip them in a bag of Tayto's?
Mol

The plural of Tayto is Tayto.
Exiledwhite

Mol wrote:
The plural of Tayto is Tayto.


I always thought it was Tayti  
Grind

If this link ends up being longer than mine, well, I can guarantee there'll be a flounce, the type of which has never been seen before.

* Starts hyperbaric training *
Exiledwhite

Grind wrote:
If this link ends up being longer than mine, well, I can guarantee there'll be a flounce, the type of which has never been seen before.

* Starts hyperbaric training *


Now, now my good man - there's no need for that......

.....you are a man of status on this here fine site and I am but an insignificant newbie vying for his corner.

You puff  
Grind

Exiledwhite wrote:
Grind wrote:
If this link ends up being longer than mine, well, I can guarantee there'll be a flounce, the type of which has never been seen before.

* Starts hyperbaric training *


Now, now my good man - there's no need for that......

.....you are a man of status on this here fine site and I am but an insignificant newbie vying for his corner.

You puff  


Am not.  

* Checks magic dragon *
Exiledwhite

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ashthepash

Welcome Ew.

Lots of questions straight off the bat.

1. Chicken Tikka Masala or Chicken Madras?
2. If you had to choose - Nigel Farage or George Galloway?
3. Ever Played a round of golf on the Moortown course?

Ta.
Exiledwhite

ashthepash wrote:
Welcome Ew.

Lots of questions straight off the bat.

1. Chicken Tikka Masala or Chicken Madras?
2. If you had to choose - Nigel Farage or George Galloway?
3. Ever Played a round of golf on the Moortown course?

Ta.


Alright Ash

1 Tikka Masala for me out of them two ( but I'd be a Korma eating pussy really)
2 HHhhmmmmm - could I say neither, lean more towards George
3 A few times on Moortown but I'd have been a Roundhay lad then when I got older I more often than not played Gotts, Temple and Cookridge when it opened up in the mid 90's

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