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Discussion in 'General Chat' started by GroveRanger, Oct 1, 2019.
"I never realised there were two places with that name"
Wit a boob.
Governed by the tories?
Not in Canada and the US i should think.
Boy you're dense son.
You're about at the point where you realise you haven't managed to bury your **** up, so will try to claim you're on a wind up.
Nope. No need. I'm pretty much happy with the way things have gone.
You've been skelped again. You seem to be Mindy's English doppelganger.
Yeah, I'm a bit gutted I missed that.
Was it at the Minster?
Still, at least he wasn't a sex offender.
It was. Missed a good one from what I can gather. We've been spoiled for choice, particularly over the last few years.
It still seems odd when people refer to it as "The Minster" though.
And the highlighted bits are what you try to forget when you mention tories, Canada, US etc.
Such a fine church. The medieval brickwork in the transepts is extraordinary.
Do you still refer to it as Holy Trinity?
Course he wasn't. He was a proddie.
Watching this question time thingy. Honestly looks like they got the audience from rent-a-mongo
Surprised @DMD hasn't got a seat tbh.
Wee Nikola absolutely storming it.
This Lib Dum trollope making an arse of it
Jeremy stuttering all over the shop.
Boris will at least be entertaining.
Yeah it's a bit strange it's a bit of both really .It gets used for all sorts of things kow and they are building a nice looking cafe to the side
Even wee Jimmy Krankie thinks Corbyn is going to be PM
But she disne though.
She might have the power to make Jeremski PM though!
Then wee Jimmy is gonne ride that donkey for all it's worth.
Politics is a funny game.
A game that Krankie gave away.
She'll never put Boris in charge, she says.
She therefore must back Labours plays.
Otherwise she lets Boris in with Scottish elections due in 2021
A minority Labour Government would 100% get SNP backing for absolutely **** all.
I'm halfway through the Question Time special. I'd give Corbyn 7/10 and Sturgeon 8/10.
More to follow.
I think of it as Holy Trinity, but I'm trying to get used to it being "The Minster" now. I seem to recall that it contains the oldest brick structure in Europe.
It does indeed. The brickwork is worth the visit alone.
I'm not a local, so I only know it as the Minster. It's a great asset to the city and provides an excellent hub for prayer and exhibitions.
I like Hull.