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Drinks at The Scotland Yard (Toronto)- Friday November 30th

Drinks at The Scotland Yard (Toronto)- Friday November 30th

Old Dec 1st 2012, 12:27 am
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I'm going to have a few now in proxy. Its your round.

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I'm going to have a few now in proxy. Its your round.
yeah i'll take mine now too
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So sorry we were a no show too. It took me three and a half hours to get from Mississauga to Burlington. I was not a happy bunny at all
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So sorry we were a no show too. It took me three and a half hours to get from Mississauga to Burlington. I was not a happy bunny at all
No problem. Knowing your location and the fact that Canadians don't cope well with snow we figured it would be difficult for you to make the journey.

T'was a fine evening in the end. Although as a non-drinker I was disappointed that they charged $3 for each water with a touch of cranberry. I bet they are stingy buggers who charge for coke refills as well.

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No problem. Knowing your location and the fact that Canadians don't cope well with snow we figured it would be difficult for you to make the journe
T'was a fine evening the end. Although as a non-drinker I was disappointed that they charged $3 for each water with a touch of cranberry. I bet they are stingy buggers who charge for coke refills as well.

Oh, was that the reason for the traffic chaos?

It was a-snowing not in Richmond Hill.
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Oh, was that the reason for the traffic chaos?

It was a-snowing not in Richmond Hill.
Apparently a big flurry hit the western boonies late on Friday afternoon causing havoc.

The Yard was on form. I had a Cheese Burger and sweet potato fries and I was able to eat quickly enough to also polish off some of LMartin's wings.

VictorFoxtrot and HSJones tried to sell the benefits of non-alcoholic beer and cottaging to me. I remain unsold.
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Apparently a big flurry hit the western boonies late on Friday afternoon causing havoc.

The Yard was on form. I had a Cheese Burger and sweet potato fries and I was able to eat quickly enough to also polish off some of LMartin's wing
VictorFoxtrot and HSJones tried to sell tdoc he benefits of non-alcoholic beer and cottaging to me. I remain unsold.
I'm willing to lay a rather large bet that Doc Martin didn't buy the non-alcoholic beer pitch either.

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Old Dec 1st 2012, 11:32 pm
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I'm willing to lay a rather large bet that Doc Martin didn't buy the non-alcoholic beer pitch either.
You won't find any takers.
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