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I didn't survive the 90's rave scene to be taken out by a virus named after a light beer..

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9 minutes ago, Wolfsbane said:

Gordon Bennett:o

Badges graphic is quite impressive. I think there are 5 cases in Russia, yet about 11% or so of the world turns red.......nice !!

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1 minute ago, iris123 said:

Badges graphic is quite impressive. I think there are 5 cases in Russia, yet about 20% or so of the world turns red.......nice !!

In my defence that same graphic appeared on BBC news, however I have been wondering why no cases reported from USA but from that it's completely red isn't it??!!!

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9 minutes ago, Terry said:

I didn't survive the 90's rave scene to be taken out by a virus named after a light beer..

Survival of the fittest ;)

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10 minutes ago, Badge said:

In my defence that same graphic appeared on BBC news, however I have been wondering why no cases reported from USA but from that it's completely red isn't it??!!!

Very misleading imo. The whole of Russia goes red because of a few isolated cases. It would be bad enough to show Hamburg up as red, when we have one case atm

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25 minutes ago, Terry said:

I didn't survive the 90's rave scene to be taken out by a virus named after a light beer..

My first thought. Saturday nights, Corona limeade, Golden Wonder cheese and onion crisps and Bruce Forsyth's generation gameB)

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38 minutes ago, Terry said:

I didn't survive the 90's rave scene to be taken out by a virus named after a light beer..

...or a soft drink!

 

16 minutes ago, Wolfsbane said:

My first thought. Saturday nights, Corona limeade, Golden Wonder cheese and onion crisps and Bruce Forsyth's generation gameB)

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3d back on each bottle I recall?

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14 minutes ago, steve roberts said:

...or a soft drink!

 

3d back on each bottle I recall?

The corner shop used to put the empties out the back. We'd nip through the gate when no one was looking, nick a few, return them and bob's your uncle, Sherbet Dip-Dabs, fruit salads and black jacks until we puked:D

Recycling 70s style.

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Just now, Wolfsbane said:

The corner shop used to put the empties out the back. We used to nip through the gate when no one was looking, nick a few, return them and bob's your uncle, Sherbet Dip-Dabs, fruit salads and black jacks until we puked:D

We had a Dryboroughs depot next to us and, a pub just over the road. Plenty of KP crisps and peanuts. Pubs still there but Dryboroughs have long been gone :(

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38 minutes ago, Wolfsbane said:

My first thought. Saturday nights, Corona limeade, Golden Wonder cheese and onion crisps and Bruce Forsyth's generation gameB)

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They're posh modern bottles Wolfie , the best ones were the kilner type with the stone stopper

Oh my childhood of drinking the coronavirus lol, was quite partial to cream soda , just shows how the world evolves. 

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3 minutes ago, jrs said:

They're posh modern bottles Wolfie , the best ones were the kilner type with the stone stopper

Oh my childhood of drinking the coronavirus lol, was quite partial to cream soda , just shows how the world evolves. 

...limeade was my favourite!

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34 minutes ago, Wolfsbane said:

My first thought. Saturday nights, Corona limeade, Golden Wonder cheese and onion crisps and Bruce Forsyth's generation gameB)

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My Saturday, Cilla's blind date then off to (hopefully) get lucky. Great days!

Surely you remember the Mexican Corona..Slice of lime on top. Stella was my drink of choice back then.

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