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Things people claim to enjoy but secretly
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I have the best words
Posted - 03 August 2018 21:24
don't

take 2.

Going out out for New Years Eve
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Posted - 03 August 2018 21:27
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Rof Drinks
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Posted - 03 August 2018 21:29
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Mrs Browns Boys
Badman
Posted - 04 August 2018 09:02
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Oysters. Caviar.
Badman
Posted - 04 August 2018 09:07
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Oh, and Earl Grey tea. Yuck - I'd rather have Tetley.
Misshoolie
Posted - 04 August 2018 09:07
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I love caviar
minkie
Posted - 04 August 2018 09:37
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Strawberries esp dipped in chocolate or with champagne etc
Bloody Nora
Posted - 04 August 2018 09:53
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I think you're the only one who doesn't like that, minkie.
Capt Haddock
Posted - 04 August 2018 11:21
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agree on earl grey.

sunshine and heat - two continuous months of this without rain has sapped the enthusiasm. Ask the spaniards and the greeks.



☠ Rufus Youngblood
Posted - 04 August 2018 11:48
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No one over the age of 19 claims to enjoy going out on NYE.

For those 19 and under it is still a novelty to be able to partake in grown-up activities.
sarcastic fringehead
Posted - 04 August 2018 13:32
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my mum
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Posted - 04 August 2018 23:30
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Cucumber
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Posted - 04 August 2018 23:30
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Kale
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Posted - 04 August 2018 23:30
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Margaret Thatcher
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Posted - 04 August 2018 23:31
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Drinking Tap Water
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Posted - 04 August 2018 23:35
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Cabbage is tender. Kale is like it’s made out of paper regardless how you cook it.
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Posted - 04 August 2018 23:35
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Food from Boots the Chemist
Cyprian
Posted - 04 August 2018 23:45
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Champagne.

Stinky breath crap fizzy wine.
Merkz
Posted - 05 August 2018 01:22
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when RoF was good three of the first four answers would have been ‘alan’
The Nutsacker Ballet
Posted - 05 August 2018 09:09
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Champagne and, in fact, all white wine
Any shellfish you have to hack into
Haute cuisine
Paying for private education
Rugby union
The Nutsacker Ballet
Posted - 05 August 2018 09:10
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strawberries, yes
come to think of it - all red wine
gin
vodka
cocktails
"bars" as opposed to pubs
fancy dress parties
I have the best words
Posted - 05 August 2018 21:47
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The champagne h8rs.. have you considered you might be wrong on that one?
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Posted - 05 August 2018 21:55
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Smoking
The Nutsacker Ballet
Posted - 06 August 2018 06:50
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No I have not, sorry. Rather have a glass of Liebfraumilch tbh
Oslama
Posted - 06 August 2018 07:12
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living in a box in China
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Posted - 06 August 2018 12:37
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Oz is right I’ve had it with the box pseuds
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Posted - 06 August 2018 12:38
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The company of Toddlers
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Posted - 06 August 2018 22:01
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Surfing
Ronaldo'sadamsapple
Posted - 06 August 2018 22:06
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Cricket
Wellington
Posted - 07 August 2018 07:08
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Being a parent
Sergio Bogface
Posted - 07 August 2018 07:55
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Drum n bass
Hard house
Techno
Dub step
Industrial
EBM
Goth
Grunge
Grime
Sludge
Death metal
Garage
Shed
Outhouse
Boy bands
Girl bands


fumio
Posted - 07 August 2018 08:07
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Why are there no roffers on this list?
131 sleeps till Christmas
Posted - 07 August 2018 09:30
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I have the best words
Posted - 03 August 2018 21:29

Mrs Browns Boys

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Nope, that is funny. Unlike that clapter magnet Stewart Lee, for example.

Clapter: the reaction of an audience to a "joke", often making a political or social statement, whose purpose is to make the audience applaud and agree instead of laugh. Popular with hack comedians and their fans.
131 sleeps till Christmas
Posted - 07 August 2018 09:31
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I'm with Badman and Captain Haddock on Earl Grey.

Add in the likes of Elderflower Cordial. Nowt wrong with a glass of Vimto.
131 sleeps till Christmas
Posted - 07 August 2018 09:38
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I know he doesn't. It's very obvious. If he did people might think him funny.
Bloody Nora
Posted - 07 August 2018 09:39
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Mrs Brown's Boys is about as funny as cancer, and being called funny by Hanners is just about the kiss of death, I would have thought?
Tangent Boy
Posted - 07 August 2018 09:39
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Stewart Lee is brilliant sleeps, although it's not a surprise that he's not your cup of tea.

Who pretends to enjoy Mrs Browns Boys? It's terrible.

I bet half the people who are currently harping on about "Hand Crafted Gin" secretly hate it.
131 sleeps till Christmas
Posted - 07 August 2018 09:40
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Is that a question?
131 sleeps till Christmas
Posted - 07 August 2018 09:43
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I was asking Bloody Nora about the question.

Tangent Boy, somewhere in excess of 11 million people enjoy Mrs Brown's Boys. Good review of it from the much-missed Victor Lewis-Smith's column in the Evening Standard here:

https://www.standard.co.uk/lifestyle/london-life/victor-lewis-smith-every-scene-bri mmed-over-with-so-much-innocent-joy-it-s-hard-to-fathom-why-8461471.html

Bloody Nora
Posted - 07 August 2018 09:49
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11 million people are very very stupid then.

We knew that already though.
...fluffy
Posted - 07 August 2018 09:54
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I think it’s wrong to call people stupid...
Cat on a hot tin ceiling
Posted - 07 August 2018 09:56
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heh, Mrs Brown's Boys is not stupid. The writing is actually quite clever and it has real warmth which is a rare thing in modern comedy. It's not my cup of tea but I can see why others enjoy it.
Jon Snow
Posted - 07 August 2018 09:57
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I think it's wrong to belittle the concerns of half the country Fluff - particularly when some of those people will be deeply personally affected by what has happened.

Different strokes I guess.
...fluffy
Posted - 07 August 2018 09:58
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Sausages...

...I eat them but if I inspect the horrific blend of gristle and ear cartilage I want to puke
...fluffy
Posted - 07 August 2018 10:03
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Jon I’m not sure what you mean... ...how does objecting to calling someone stupid equate to belittling half the country.

Donald, of course many people are not as intelligent as you... ...but why label them as stupid.
...fluffy
Posted - 07 August 2018 10:08
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Insensitive?

Cyprian
Posted - 07 August 2018 10:12
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Mrs Brown's Boys isn't bad. It's lots of very obvious and simple jokes, but done well. I have a soft spot for Brendan O'Carroll as he once gave me his place in a taxi queue when I'd pulled a girl.

Citizen Khan is dirge though - but it targets roughly the same audience. And they cannot tell the difference in quality.
...fluffy
Posted - 07 August 2018 10:14
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Tecco... ...you’re not helping
I have the best words
Posted - 07 August 2018 16:38
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GDPR through the eyes of “GDPR Consultants”

“Oh it is SUCH an interesting topic. “
Tangent Boy
Posted - 07 August 2018 17:06
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Sleeps "Tangent Boy, somewhere in excess of 11 million people enjoy Mrs Brown's Boys. Good review of it from the much-missed Victor Lewis-Smith's column in the Evening Standard here:"

I get that a lot of people like it, although I really don't.

I just don't think that anyone would pretend to like it, as there's no reason to. Could see why someone might pretend not to like it.
I have the best words
Posted - 07 August 2018 22:03
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It got to 185 before trimp and then some dingleberry !!!ed it
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Posted - 12 August 2018 21:37
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mussels
Appletini
Posted - 13 August 2018 11:18
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Group holidays aka the working class holiday.