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If he doesn't want to watch the England match then he's not much of a man and quite probably secretly gay. If I were you I'd cancel the date and go and watch the game with your mates instead.

 

Yeah - because gay men wouldn't be interested in men with muscley thighs running round in shorts.

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The wick at both ends has good cocktails is a bit different and won't be rammed. Dada is also different from a lot of bars and isn't too rammed for you can actually get a seat and have a conversation. Platillos (maybe 1 L) does really good cocktails.

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We aren't showing any of the Euro's at the Wick at Both Ends (or The Harley) and we have had a fresh lick of paint so are looking rather smart these days - perfect for a first date.

 

We serve a wide range of cocktails, spirits, beers etc.

 

x:love:x

 

The wick serve really bad food and the owner is arrogant. Don't go there.

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wick at both ends on west street is a bit different - i dont think it has tvs

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wick at both ends on west street is a bit different - i dont think it has tvs

 

Different as in really awful. Don't visit. Ever.

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ill just say that football is much better when its raining ;)

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all joking aside if the OP wants a decent pub with no football, she might like to take her date to one of the real ale places round kelham island such as the shakespeare, harlequin or fat cat. They'll be busy obviously with it being a friday, but there probably won't be any football showing.

 

Of course if rowdy pubs are that much of an issue it might be best to rearrange the date for a quieter night of the week.

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Real men dont still play computer games either!

 

Computer games are for kids ………. I cant believe that someone would own up to “preferring” video games to anything in the real world.

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I recommend Shakespeare on Kelham Island, nice ales

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Different as in really awful. Don't visit. Ever.

 

Are we taking about the same place I've always found the wick to be excellent, I've eaten there many times and always enjoy the food and the cocktails are good but each to there own!

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Try the Crucible Corner on Tudor Square. No footy, no loud music just good food, drinks and company:)

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