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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. Employers Excessive

    Although lucky to have kept working throughout the pandemic my employer thinks nothing of expecting a 12/14 hour day or 55 - 60 hours a week. Even pre pandemic there was an unhealthy work culture. Is anyone else experiencing the same? A director told us since there is no need to travel to work...

    Started by FifeHibs, 19-01-2021 11:01 PM
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  2. 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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  3. Paranormal Activity/Unexplained Phenomena

    Has anyone had any experiences or encounters with the above? I'm really interested in this sort of stuff and I'm interested to know if other members have had experiences that they cant explain? Ghosts, Strange creatures, UFO's, aliens etc, please post your stories below if you want to share them. ...

    Started by Hermit Crab, 11-12-2020 06:44 AM
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  4. 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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  5. Little things that give you pleasure

    I’m on holiday in turkey and there’s a guy that goes around in roller skates taking orders for drinks and handing out ice lollies. I could easygo and order this myself, but it makes me happy when the guy comes round in his roller skates. What are the little things in life that make you happy.

    Started by lord bunberry, 08-07-2019 07:52 PM
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  6. 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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  7. 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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  8. 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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  9. Best Documentaries

    I have resolved to watch more documentaries during lockdown, so I'm looking for some recommendations. Watched the Console Wars (Nintendo v Sega) and Apollo 11 on Sky Documentaries over the last couple of days.

    Started by matty_f, 06-01-2021 03:58 PM
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  10. 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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  11. Andy Gray

    Sad to here he’s passed away. I remember him from things liked Naked Video and City Lights, I actually met him a couple of times, 61 is no age at all. RIP. https://www.scotsman.com/whats-on/arts-and-entertainment/tributes-andy-gray-after-legendary-scottish-actor-and-comedy-star-passes-away-3104398

    Started by lord bunberry, 18-01-2021 03:48 PM
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  12. Your last tipple was?

    Enjoying a rather nice bottle of rioja.

    Started by Lancs Harp, 15-01-2021 10:50 PM
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  13. Things you can do now that you couldn’t do before

    Pausing the the tv when you need a piss.

    Started by lord bunberry, 15-01-2021 11:02 PM
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  14. Books

    With many people having more time on their hands atm what books are people reading? Phil Rickman is an author I like. Just finishing his book Friends of the dusk. He writes supernatural mystery which may not be everyone's cup of tea but he creates fascinating storylines that flow nicely and builds...

    Started by CmoantheHibs, 30-03-2020 08:27 PM
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  15. 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 Hibee, 14-07-2015 03:54 PM
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  16. 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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  17. Edinburgh's empty venues

    Sad but good. https://youtu.be/XfxLE-vyPis

    Started by Peevemor, 11-12-2020 03:33 PM
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  18. 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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  19. Evening News Website

    Went on this for the first time in months after my last experience. God it's got even worse. Who does their web design! It's like the scene in the IT Crowd where Jen has about a million things on her desktop.

    Started by Hibby70, 23-12-2020 12:09 AM
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  20. Bobby Ball RIP

    BBC News - Bobby Ball: Cannon & Ball star dies aged 76 after Covid-19 diagnosis https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-54731384 Sad news,loved the Cannon and Ball show back in the day Another COVID-19 victim 😥 ROCK ON TOMMY!!!!

    Started by Tynie01011973, 29-10-2020 10:55 AM
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  21. Only an excuse

    See it's on at hogmanay again this year.FFS this **** should have died 15 years ago at least.BBC show some imagination FFS

    Started by howdenthehibby, 26-12-2020 07:43 PM
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  22. Favourite Christmas song

    Fairytale of New York by a mile for me.

    Started by lord bunberry, 19-12-2020 10:49 PM
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  23. Christmas Films

    What Christmas films are your favourites? Scrooged - Bill Murray at his best Muppets Christmas Carol - some excellent songs Elf - hilarious

    Started by Gatecrasher, 12-12-2020 07:29 PM
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  24. Sea kayaking

    Does anyone do any sea kayaking ? We’ve taken it up over the last year (at gone and abroad) and getting into it more..now looking at buying our first kayaks and planning some further adventures home and oversees (when the world opens up again) ..just thought I’d see if any other Hibees are into it...

    Started by bigwheel, 22-12-2020 10:31 AM
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  25. Great opening lines.

    Watching a good programme about the Mississippi tonight, it brought to mind one of my favourite and iconic opening lines to a song : “The Mississippi delta was shining like a national guitar”. from Paul Simon’s ‘Graceland’....... so visually emotive. Any others?

    Started by Jim44, 06-10-2020 08:33 PM
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  26. 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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  27. The hunt for alien life

    It’s a subject that absolutely fascinates me. The universe is so vast that that intelligent life must exist, even if it’s not widespread. What bothers me is our way of looking, we search for radio waves, what if other civilisations don’t commicate that way?

    Started by lord bunberry, 19-12-2020 01:33 AM
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  28. Taking songs literally

    This idea came up on the Bangers podcast last night (sort of) when we were talking about the guy that tried to jet-ski to one of the Scottish Islands to get his Nat King Cole (think it took 4 hours and I imagine he'd have been walking like John Wayne when he got there) and it led to comparisons...

    Started by matty_f, 18-12-2020 10:58 AM
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  29. Pythagoras Theorem Day.

    Happy Pythagoras Theorem Day to all. December 16, 2020 (12/16/20 or 16/12/20): 12˛ + 16˛ = 20˛ Next one is July 24, 2025 (7/24/25 or 24/7/25): 7˛ + 24˛ = 25˛

    Started by c31, 16-12-2020 08:40 AM
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  30. Fraser Murray

    Is it part of the loan deal that he got to star in the Co-op Christmas ad this year? :wink:

    Started by overdrive, 15-12-2020 02:25 PM
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  31. TV or film remakes you'd like to see

    I often wonder at TV and film studios choices when it comes to remaking old classics. For example, one remake that should never have been conceived never mind actually cast, filmed and released was The Pink Panther. How did they think they were going to improve on those almost perfect...

    Started by Hibbyradge, 01-11-2020 04:15 PM
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  32. Who killed Elena Salves? (Warning: spoilers probable)

    Tomorrow night brings us the final episode of The Undoing. If you haven't been following theiis excellent mini series, I suggest you leave this thread immediately before doing so. It's on Sky Atlantic. I have warmed considerably to Hugh Grant since his self deprecating and quite brilliant...

    Started by Hibbyradge, 29-11-2020 11:07 AM
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  33. Guilty pleasures

    Couldn't see a thread on this already, but what stuff do you like that you would consider a guilty pleasure (or you wouldn't necessarily be telling your mates you were into it)? Mine would be Lana Del Ray and shows like Come Dine With Me and Four in a Bed. And First Dates. I'm auld.

    Started by matty_f, 16-11-2020 05:08 PM
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  34. The battle with the weight

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

    Started by lord bunberry, 29-04-2018 12:12 AM
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  35. Probably shouldn't have happened.

    Been watching a load of old music videos on YouTube today. For me Freddie Mercury's solo stuff was pretty awful. What else in the music industry probably should not have happened?

    Started by Bangkok Hibby, 28-11-2020 02:06 PM
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  36. Would you rather?

    This question came up on Shortbangers last week, and i thought it was really good, so the point in this thread is to answer the question and then pose your own “would you rather” for the next person. Would you rather get a paper cut between your fingers every time you touched paper, or bite...

    Started by matty_f, 29-09-2020 10:39 PM
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  37. Driving Lessons

    Can anyone recommend any driving instructors for lessons in Edinburgh?

    Started by Since90+2, 20-11-2020 05:31 AM
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  38. Ray Harryhausen

    Just been to the exhibition in Gallery of Modern Art (TWO). Great exhibition and well worth going to see if you can get tickets. If you don’t know who Ray Harryhausen is that’s a pity but I bet you have enjoyed seeing his work in old movies like Clash of The Titans or Sinbad etc I took a...

    Started by HibbyDave, 07-11-2020 08:58 AM
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  39. Old match Tickets

    Is there a market for old match tickets? I have a good amount of tickets from matches over the years inc AEK Athens, Odense and a few other Euro nights. I have ticket from Nantes V Rennes in the 90’s Some concert ticket stubs too. Just wondered as I thought something on another thread but...

    Started by HibbyDave, 09-11-2020 12:06 PM
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  40. Dog breeders

    We’re considering/have decided to get a dog - we know the types we’d like (one of my kids has allergies so we need to look for a hypoallergenic). List has been narrowed to Miniature Schnauzer, Bichon Frise, West Highland Terrier. Does anyone know where I start?

    Started by Danderhall Hibs, 28-04-2020 12:24 PM
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    09-11-2020, 09:47 AM Go to last post

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