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    I would like to remind all posters of the forum rules and in particular the following: - The excessive use of swearing is not permitted. - Swearing in thread titles is not permitted. - No 'Flaming' or personal attacks directed at members of the board, or any other individual or company -...

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  1. USC returns/exchanges and refunds.

    Daughter bought a pair of converse from USC. When she got home she noticed that they had put the wrong size in the box . The trainers should have been a size 6 but there was size 5ís in the box which was marked size 6. She popped back in to exchange them but they donít have them in stock but...

    Started by Lemonade, Today 07:13 PM
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  2. Driving Pet Peeves

    At the request of Alfiembra, here's the Driving Pet Peeve thread for frustrated motorists. So, to kick it off....... When you are just about to get into your car in a car park some Dumbo decides to draw in tight alongside your driver's door despite there being empty spaces everywhere around....

    Started by snooky, 24-01-2018 11:13 AM
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  3. The Twilight Sad

    New album is going to be on a lot of album of the year lists. Staggeringly good. Supposedly Robert Smith was advising them a lot on it.

    Started by Northernhibee, Today 05:33 PM
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  4. Pet Peeves IV

    18 months since Pet Peeves III. The fitba' season's over so here's PP-IV prescribed as a wee bit therapy for us moaners until the new season starts. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- I hate when temporary roadwork signs are left up when they are not...

    Started by snooky, 04-06-2015 05:19 PM
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  5. Word Association Game

    Seen this on a few forums, usually a laugh, apologies if it's already been done on here. Post the first word that comes into your head after reading the previous post. I'll start it off. Hibs

    Started by Alfiembra, 30-01-2017 08:56 AM
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  6. Upcoming gigs?

    Not seen a thread like this for a while, so what gigs are people going to in the near future? I am just starting this as I suddenly have a load of gigs to go to that have only materialised over the last 6 weeks or so :greengrin Tomorrow - The Bootleg Beatles, Wellington Nov 10 - Coldplay,...

    Started by Steve-O, 25-10-2012 09:25 AM
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  7. British author book recommendations

    What British authors do people recommend? I am looking to try different authors. It's mainly fiction I read but would be interested in people's opinions on any genre, both fiction and non fiction.

    Started by CmoantheHibs, 15-01-2019 06:50 PM
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  8. (NHC) "Gritty, defiant and honest Heart of midlothian"

    Anyone read this pish? Gorgie is rightly proud of its footballing and industrial heritage ó brewing, distilling, printing to name but three ó and its tenements retain an authentic sense of a working-class community. Gritty, defiant, honest Heart of Midlothian FC symbolises what the district is...

    Started by Antifa Hibs, 14-01-2019 09:48 AM
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  9. Best tv

    Right now we are getting into the dark nights what's the best tv series to watch right now ?.. I'm already on Leftovers but your only getting 1 episode a week..Im looking to power through a box set or 2 in a week :greengrin Cannae watch Game of thrones as i powered through series 1-3 whilst...

    Started by HibbyAndy, 06-10-2014 04:05 PM
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  10. The battle with the weight

    Itís almost an unspoken thing amongst us men and women, but Iím guessing that at some point in time weíre all struggling to lose weight. I started my diet this week after weighing myself. I was 17st and Iím only 5ft8. Shocking stuff, but Iím sure that we can inspire each other to better things.

    Started by lord bunberry, 29-04-2018 12:12 AM
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  11. Weekend breaks

    Looking to take the mrs away Friday 1st March and come back Sunday 3rd March , Anyone got any good advice where to go ? Wouldn't mind somewhere down South like Liverpool or Yorkshire or maybe even Newcastle , To be fair somewhere that's not a million miles away as it's only a short 2 day stay ,...

    Started by HibbyAndy, 10-01-2019 05:04 PM
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  12. Nightshift

    Looks like Iíll be starting a new job before the end of the month, 11pm - 7am. Wondering if any Hibees out there have any tips on working nights? Iíve done some night work in the past and I usually end up sleeping my days away, getting nothing done outside of work.

    Started by MagicSwirlingShip, 06-01-2019 10:35 PM
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  13. Music Book Recommendations

    A couple of posts on the Holy Ground got me thinking about starting this thread. So, what music books have you read that you would recommend? Iíll kick off the recommendations Young Soul Rebels (Stuart Cosgrove) - the Northern Soul scene. Detroit 67 (Stuart Cosgrove) - the first of a...

    Started by The Modfather, 23-12-2018 11:30 PM
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  14. Recent Restaurant Visits Reviews

    Amarone in George Street was the venue for my niece's graduation dinner. I wasn't overly impressed, then again I never really expected to be if I'm honest. Lows were; Nine out of the ten mains being served together, the tenth person was told "we haven't forgot you,it's just not ready yet" It...

    Started by Scouse Hibby, 14-07-2015 03:54 PM
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  15. Old Bottles of Champagne

    I was clearing out a cupboard today and came across 2 bottles of champagne that my wife & I were given on our wedding day 28 years ago. They have probably been stored incorrectly but I wondered if they would still be drinkable or should just be binned. The first is a Lanson Black Label Brut...

    Started by coldingham hibs, 09-01-2019 09:02 PM
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  16. How mental are Cats?

    Recently our 2 cats (3 yrs old) have been brining more and more stuff in through the cat flap - not like they donít get fed! Today was taking the biscuit. Heard muffled meows from our bedroom - suspecting that one of our kitties had somehow locked themselves into a wardrobe or summit went to...

    Started by VivaPalmeiras, 29-12-2018 04:25 PM
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  17. Doggie pushchairs

    Really! What is the point? I'm not a dog owner, never have been one, don't want the responsibility of owning one. I understand dogs basically need more exercise than they're ever likely to get from humans taking them out for walks. So what's this doggie in a pushchair malarkey all about? ...

    Started by Jack, 30-12-2018 07:44 PM
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    07-01-2019, 08:26 PM Go to last post
  18. The Classical Music thread

    Following on from the Beautiful Tracks thread, I thought of a few classical pieces that would fit the bill, but that thread went in a different direction, and anyway classical music is such a broad category I think it deserves a thread of its own. So, if you have a favourite classical tune or...

    Started by Caversham Green, 12-11-2017 11:07 AM
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  19. Xmas pressies and todays teenagers/"millennials"

    Has it always been the case or are today's youth more inclined to spend ridiculous amounts of money on Xmas presents, usually on over-priced pish generally used for status symbols on social media. Back to work and lads and lassies in work rattling off their gift lists, Gucci bag for her, Tag...

    Started by Antifa Hibs, 03-01-2019 12:01 PM
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  20. Acronyms game

    This is a game I got from another forum. I start by saying something say:What is life And then the next poster makes an acroynym out of last word of my sentence in response say:Life is for elephants (but hopefully better:greengrin)

    Started by da-robster, 03-08-2009 09:43 AM
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  21. Top 3 songs of 2018

    Radio 6 has inspired me to suggest this almost impossible task to you all. I know it runs the risk of people posting things to make themselves look cool or sophisticated or whatever, but it might be cool to hear what folk have enjoyed this year. So, What are your 3 favourite songs of the...

    Started by Hibbyradge, 14-12-2018 12:32 AM
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  22. Christmas

    Anyone else not lifted a finger yet? Nae cards, nae presents bought. The Mrs has done the food shopping; leave everything to her :agree:. I just can't be bothered this year. I've finally become a grumpy old basturt; used to love Christmas, too.

    Started by Hibernia&Alba, 18-12-2018 04:23 AM
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  23. Free gig

    SkidS at QMU Glasgow....Thurs 10th Jan 8pm - 10pm to be filmed for BBC alba.... register with Eventbrite to secure free tics

    Started by Ayrshire Hibee, 01-01-2019 08:56 AM
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  24. America Roadtrip

    Anyone done Route 66 or similar road trips in America? Ive done a couple in New England and Washington/Philadelphia also Canada and me and the Mrs have really enjoyed them. Weíre thinking about Route 66 April/May next year, all the previous trips weíve done were all pre-planned through a...

    Started by Alfiembra, 29-12-2018 07:57 PM
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  25. Utterly useless facts and information

    I love useless facts and information, let's hear everyone's. I will start with a couple Antartica is the biggest desert in the world The day on Venus is longer than the year.

    Started by lord bunberry, 16-09-2016 04:16 PM
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  26. Banner update long overdue?

    Have asked this question before, when are we going to get the Hibs.net banner updated to show our glorious cup win??? Got a reply from a mod last time that it was on the to do list but that was over a year ago.

    Started by Alfiembra, 21-12-2018 01:37 PM
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  27. Savings

    Where's the wise money being saved nowadays for regular savings?

    Started by H18 SFR, 22-12-2018 02:32 AM
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  28. New Albums that are "doing it" for you.

    I've gone a wee while without listening to much in the way of new music, but there's been a spate of album releases I've wanted to check out lately for one reason or another and I've been pleasantly surprised. Babel - Mumford and Sons: Develops their sound from Sigh No More and really cements...

    Started by Sylar, 25-09-2012 11:00 AM
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  29. Song title game

    A new game!!! I will start by saying the name of a song, the next person then has to name a song title which uses a word from the prebvious title. E.g Sunshine on Leith (proclaimers)- I'm walking on Sunshine ill start - The Boys of Summer (Try not to link words like "The"

    Started by booboo_hibs, 01-05-2006 03:34 PM
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  30. Thumbs Up 'smart' jokes, so bad they're good

    always had a soft spot for, I guess what you would call educational(?), jokes. Jokes to do with maths and the likes. best two I've heard recently My dad once told me i had a lot of potential, right before he pushed me off the balcony. & (not so much a joke, but I like it)

    Started by steve75, 26-03-2011 12:49 AM
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  31. Handy Tips

    In the past I have thrown away anything battery operated where the batteries have leaked-corroded and the terminals of the device have become covered in a crust of battery acid type stuff. Just had the same happen with my son's tv remote. I decided to Google a remedy and discovered vinegar on a...

    Started by Scouse Hibby, 14-04-2018 02:50 PM
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  32. Sleeping habits.

    I've got a mate who sleeps 4 hrs a day and is still a fully functioning human being. He swears the secret is to make sure it's only 4 hrs otherwise he's knackered the whole day. 4 hrs good 3 hrs or 5 bad. Me? I work shifts so sometimes the alarm goes at 4am and sometimes it goes at 4pm but no...

    Started by Hibrandenburg, 11-05-2017 10:02 PM
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  33. (NHC) Glitter Bomb v Package Thief

    Recovering from a slipped disc has lead to me watching some absolute rubbish but this brought a smile to my face. https://youtu.be/xoxhDk-hwuo Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

    Started by Radium, 18-12-2018 05:48 PM
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  34. Smart meters

    Am I over cynical here? Electricity providers want a smart meter installed in our homes in order to save money by not employing readers to go from house to house, sometimes several times if no one is in. Bills issued and collected by DD. Huge savings to the supplier. Yet they want us to use...

    Started by pollution, 18-10-2018 06:56 PM
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  35. Billy Connolly joke?

    Can you remember the joke he told about (I think) the wee boy who tells the Pope to F off? I'm trying to find it on YouTube but no joy so far.

    Started by Hibbyradge, 02-11-2018 06:19 PM
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  36. Proust - In Search of Lost Time

    Has anyone read the whole six volumes of this novel? Often mentioned as the greatest novel of all time; an epic concerning love and loss, time and memory, the role of art to humans and the transience of life, set within the French aristocracy at the turn of the twentieth century. Not a Jackie...

    Started by Hibernia&Alba, 24-10-2017 01:48 PM
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  37. Homeland

    Anybody watch this? I saw the first episode was being shown on C4 last night. I'm on Episode 5 and it's brilliant. Damian Lewis is excellent, as is Claire Danes. So far it's shaping up to be a well-observed take on a number of subjects in the CIA/post-Iraq genre which haven't been covered...

    Started by Future17, 20-02-2012 02:28 PM
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  38. True Detective

    What a brilliant drama! I've just finished series one and I'm blown away with how good it was. Woody Harleson and Matthew McConaughey are outstanding and the story is compelling right to the end. This is up there with The Sopranos.

    Started by Hibbyradge, 02-12-2018 04:20 PM
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  39. Films you stumble across and thatís that!

    This isn’t about your favourite films, it’s about the ones you stumble across on any given night and once you start watching, you know you’ll be in to the end. You maybe weren’t looking out for it but when you are scrolling through the EPG you find it’s on and it’s an automatic press of the...

    Started by Mibbes Aye, 24-01-2018 01:09 AM
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  40. French protests

    Out of interest, have the protests that are taking place in France this weekend been given much msm coverage in the UK?

    Started by Peevemor, 18-11-2018 12:24 PM
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    11-12-2018, 08:02 AM Go to last post

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