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I may be wide of the mark here or be opening a new tin of worms, and this is certainly a genuine comment and not a ‘dig’ at anything / anyone.

 

In a previous life I knocked on doors for charities (yes, some of you wont agree with that and will possibly have some ‘choice words’, but it is what it is)

 

As part of the training we went through how to ensure that the person we were talking to was ‘fit’ mentally and understood what they had agreed to. This was usually the elderly, but I did come across a few people that were much younger, that were keen to sign up, but it would be clearly wrong for me to sign up.

Maybe there was more than meets the eye going on when you were challenged?

 

As I said earlier - no disrespect meant.

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@Mr Allen, I’m not wholly surprised you reacted as you have. It wasn’t an attack on you, as I said. Thats all I’ll say.

 

@Padders Thanks for your comment. Glad my tuppence worth wasn’t totally wasted  👍

 

@slh73 Not really sure what you mean by your comment??  Though you’re entitled to your opinion.

 

Hey Ho, thems the breaks

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aldi .highland earl whisky is very good if your having lemonade or ginger ale as a mixer. get the big bottle for value

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This subject heading gets me every time. I expect to fine tips on cheap, and good , whisky.

 

My tip is the 1 litre Bells at Morrisons for £16.99. There price has been all over the place recently. I suspect that its because producers have to sell at a price for a minimum time before hitting us with the MASSIVE SAVINGS headline.

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I understood Bells was regarded as 'the pits'?

Have to say they all taste the same to me, except one - and that turns out to be an Irish one.

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Famous Grouse £9:99 Morrisons - Bourbon Cask, American Oak Blend and in a box too.

 

I suspect they are going for the Fathers Day present market. I've never seen a £9:99 whisky in a box before  but I guess it adds a little class to the package .  How good does a whisky have to be to be worth £9:99?

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12 hours ago, Flanker7 said:

Famous Grouse £9:99 Morrisons - Bourbon Cask, American Oak Blend and in a box too.

 

I suspect they are going for the Fathers Day present market. I've never seen a £9:99 whisky in a box before  but I guess it adds a little class to the package .  How good does a whisky have to be to be worth £9:99?

A whole tenner on your old man?!

You offspring are all heart!

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On 06/06/2021 at 12:18, maggidee said:

aldi .highland earl whisky is very good if your having lemonade or ginger ale as a mixer. get the big bottle for value

 

On 06/06/2021 at 13:08, Flanker7 said:

This subject heading gets me every time. I expect to fine tips on cheap, and good , whisky.

 

My tip is the 1 litre Bells at Morrisons for £16.99. 

CAN WE STOP THIS NOW ?

TALKS OF CHEAP (?) WHISKY,  ADDING LEMONADE OR GINGER ALE & THE WORD ALDI  WHILE TALKING ABOUT WHISKY SHOULD BE BANNED.

 

WHISKY SHOULD NOT BE MESSED WITH.

SINGLE ICE CUBE WAS ABOUT AS FAR AS I WENT IN MY DRINKING DAYS.

 

KEEP SAFE  & DRINK RESPONSIBLY .

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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6 minutes ago, FoxLady said:

A whole tenner on your old man?!

You offspring are all heart!

A TENNER!!!  

Try telling my 2 daughters, whom seize at every opportunity to rip me off.

I couldn't manage to prise a tanner out of them.

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29 minutes ago, HeHasRisen said:

Doubt it matters now the OP has the B word underneath his name.

OK this may have been hasty 🤣

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