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    Fantastic - thanks.
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    I donít seem to be able to post my photos on this forum.

    Might stick them on the main board over the next few days and start a thread about odd Hibs memorabilia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scouse Hibee View Post
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    And they block sinks.
    Lavazza grounds don't.

    In fact, I've drunk all different types of coffee, espresso machine, stove top, cafetierre, Taylor's, Tesco's finest Lavazza etc, and I've never had a blocked sink.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smartie View Post
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    I don’t seem to be able to post my photos on this forum.

    Might stick them on the main board over the next few days and start a thread about odd Hibs memorabilia.
    It might be because you are not a private member. Feel free to try PMing me with them and I will see if I can put them up. It will be interesting to see whether they are much different from the season I got mine

    On a related note, the photos I posted aren’t great despite being taken with an iPad Air, which is a decent enough camera. Having said that the photos themselves aren’t great, it is more the ability to increase size and definition.

    I have posted photos on here in the past from a laptop synced to an Android phone which showed up much, much better, so I am surprised that Apple isn’t an improvement given they like to ensure the camera is good.

    Any advice gratefully received.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lyonhibs View Post
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    There's a particular shop in Prague, which must be where these were purchased, that does fairly tourist tatty Russian dolls of all sorts of teams. The ones you'd expect plus several you wouldn't, including Hibs.

    Back on topic, a midweek day off
    I hoped you meant touristy rather than tourist tatty but can understand if it was the latter

    For anyone visiting Prague, it is on a street called Melantrichova, I think. Dead easy to find, essentially it leads from the top of Wenceslas Square to Old Town Square, past Mustek Metro station. If you find yourself at the Museum of Sex Machines then I think you have gone too far, if you get my meaning.

    You seriously canít miss it though, a lot of dolls are outside on display and there are scores and scores of teams inside, including Aussie Rules, tons of NHL, NFL, NBA and baseball, rugby and pretty much all the European top-flight football teams and international sides.

    And the owner/manager is a nice enough guy. Friendly and personable.
    There's only one thing better than a Hibs calendar and that's two Hibs calendars

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    Waking up on the 1st of November and still being a UK/EU citizen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pretty Boy View Post
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    Digging out an old coat you haven't worn for months and finding a tenner in the pocket.
    Oh yes that happened to me last week. It was one of the old tenners though, I gave it to a guy who was being an absolute prick in the taxi in his change for a twenty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lord bunberry View Post
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    Oh yes that happened to me last week. It was one of the old tenners though, I gave it to a guy who was being an absolute prick in the taxi in his change for a twenty.
    Aha that made me laugh

    As an aside you can still take them to a bank and get £10 for them...same with the old pound coins.

    Which came in handy for me recently when I decided the golf bag was finally due a clear out as it was getting a bit heavy, only to find I had been carrying around a huge pile of change accumulated over years in every bloominí pocket on the thing!

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    Watching Glen Campbell videos

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    Watching Glen Campbell videos

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xUICxv_0VV4
    I should stop skim reading, I thought you said Glen Michael 😁. I've never heard of Glen Campbell but I'd wager he's not half as good as Glen Michael 😁

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    Glen Michael

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    Quote Originally Posted by stoneyburn hibs View Post
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    I should stop skim reading, I thought you said Glen Michael 😁. I've never heard of Glen Campbell but I'd wager he's not half as good as Glen Michael 😁
    I loved Glen Michael an'all? Great with the cartoons and that.

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    Hearing a real coal fire crackle.

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    The sound of running water in the garden, my Dad used to have a waterfall affect feature on his pond, loved sitting in the garden alone just listening to it.

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    Running/walking or cycling through the woods when its moist.

    It's good to reconnect with nature now and again but the extra smells you get after it's been raining...very therapeutic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NORTHERNHIBBY View Post
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    Hearing a real coal fire crackle.
    An everyday occurrence in my house - there is something wonderful about fire.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stoneyburn hibs View Post
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    Glen Michael
    Still going strong at 93 wonder what paladin is up too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HappyAsHellas View Post
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    An everyday occurrence in my house - there is something wonderful about fire.
    I was at a bonfire last Saturday and it was the first time I'd felt the strong heat from a real fire on my face for a number of years.

    There must be something primal about the pleasure we get from fire - the smell, the sound, the feeling of heat from it.

    Lovely.

    I spent a lot of time at my grandparents' house when I was wee, my grandad was a miner and they had a coal fire. Everything to do with a coal fire takes me back to happy place (I've never had to clean up after one though, which I'm led to believe is a messy nightmare).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smartie View Post
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    I was at a bonfire last Saturday and it was the first time I'd felt the strong heat from a real fire on my face for a number of years.

    There must be something primal about the pleasure we get from fire - the smell, the sound, the feeling of heat from it.

    Lovely.

    I spent a lot of time at my grandparents' house when I was wee, my grandad was a miner and they had a coal fire. Everything to do with a coal fire takes me back to happy place (I've never had to clean up after one though, which I'm led to believe is a messy nightmare).
    I too remember a coal fire. It was a truly wonderful thing, the heat, the noise and mostly the memories it brings back. I remember the coal man used to drive along the street shouting coal and my mum leaning out the window to order a sack. The guy used to come up the stair absolutely filthy and empty the coal into the cupboard. A coal fire crackling away on Christmas morning when we got up as kids was magical.

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    When youíve been playing 5ís for years with a guy who youíve decided is a total prick, and then one week he turns up in a Hearts top......

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    I used to live in Clerwood. My house backed on to Fox Covert primary school playing fields.

    I used to love watching the children jump up and down and run around screaming and yelling.

    They didn't know I was firing blanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hibbyradge View Post
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    I used to live in Clerwood. My house backed on to Fox Covert primary school playing fields.

    I used to love watching the children jump up and down and run around screaming and yelling.

    They didn't know I was firing blanks.
    😲

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    I used to live in Clerwood. My house backed on to Fox Covert primary school playing fields.

    I used to love watching the children jump up and down and run around screaming and yelling.

    They didn't know I was firing blanks.
    Eh... Is that an intentional play on words? 🤣🤣

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    Quote Originally Posted by HUTCHYHIBBY View Post
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    😲
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    A website that runs like clockwork 😉
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mibbes Aye View Post
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    Gary Larson cartoons


    Genius. Read them again and again, which is worrying as some of the best ones are just visual.



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