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Esmond Million's Bung

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  1. I think that might be off target according to player.
  2. Sounds like watching paint dry mate, which is what I am doing, I hate decorating. 1 shot on target each.
  3. My first choice movember was deemed inappropriate, I always thought it looked ok on Adolph, so have gone for the Hulk Hogan.
  4. Could the negative substitution have been part of the reason? do you think SOD will admit that?
  5. Nope you'll have to enlighten us, with the answer, you obviously know.
  6. I suppose the winning run had to come to and some time. Let's just hope SOD isn't asked any stupid questions.
  7. SOS started it with a negative substitution.
  8. Welsh boy Dai has decided to marry his sweet heart Blodwyn and as a strict methodist goes to visit her father to ask for Blodwyn's hand in marriage. Dai say's "Mr Jones I really love your beautiful daughter Blodwyn and I would like your permission to marry her". Mr Jones says "Well Dai there is something very important that I have to tell you about my Boldwyn". "Ok Mr Jones, whatever is it". "Blodwyn has acute angina". "Yes I know Mr jones and beautiful pair of tits if you don't mind me saying so".
  9. A man used to drink a lot a and come home drunk, his wife said to him "if you come home drunk again i'm leaving you". The man of course went out and not only got drunk but vomited all over himself, his friend said "this what you do, go home and tell your wife a man vomited over you and put a £20 note in your pocket and say this is what he gave me to cover the dry cleaning bill". So the man goes home and as soon as he gets in he says "before you start a man vomited all over me, but he gave this £20 for the dry cleaning bill". His wife says "ok but you have 2 £20 notes, what is the 2nd £20 note for"?. The man replies "oh yes, that's from the man who shat in my trousers".
  10. Anthony Worrall Thompson was caught shoplifting cheese and wine..........................That was for starters.
  11. No documents but a lot of photos of the Airedales at BCFC players party.
  12. Hi Herman, Yes you are correct it is more expensive but I think it's worth it for getting a bar type beer every time. I drink 25cl (which gives me 24 beers the same as an average case of beer) and usually only have a couple with my evening meal. Obviously if we have a barby or friends then it dosen't last as long. I was finding the cheaper bottled beer gassy and bland. I love the quality of the beer from the perfect draft I think it's worth the extra, there is beer and then there is better beer, this is proper draught beer. So far I have tried Hoegarden, Leffe, Jupiler and have just bought a Stella Artois. I personally so far prefer the Jupiler but haven't tried the Stella yet
  13. I found an outlet nearby to me that stocks that beautiful Belgian beer Jupiler for my machine and i'm lovin' it. Sorry RR, i'm really having trouble locating a local supplier, I suspect 2 things firstly Philips are renown for their piss poor advertising and secondly I suspect you might need to go to a beer supplier (to the trade) something in France that is not a problem. in France it is illegal for trade wholesalers to refuse to sell directly to the public and that is all wholesalers.
  14. I have an orchard and make my own cider (rough as old boots) and also I have 4 old locals who come in and take the rest of the apples and bring me a lot of their wonderful cider and a beautiful apple brandy Eau de Vie.
  15. Same as you, I can't find anything online, which is strange as the system has been on sale for several years now. My son has never seen them on sale in the UK. However as I said he has links to the trade and is making enquiries, as soon as I have something i'll let you know.
  16. The Hoegarden is beautiful and has the effect of hitting you a couple hours later, it's weird you think this is nice and having very little effect and then all of a sudden you look around and think where the **** am I and who the **** is that woman staring at and who is she. The Leffe is strong from the moment you neck it and it stops your legs working properly. Drink to much and you certainly feel screwed.
  17. You might have a point here RR. Bear with me my son has links to the trade, i'll get back to you.
  18. Quite a few places stock these kegs, but try to find one close by because there is a delivery charge, luckily i've got several outlets close by. if you google perfect draft keg stockists it should give you a good list. in fact several outlets will sell you the full kit machine and all, it is like a semi pro type kit for small bars. Being phillips mainly euro beers:-Stella, Becks, Leffe, Jupiler, Bavaria, Diekirch, Diebells, Franziskaner and Lowenbrau. Prices between £18 to £20.
  19. Always wanted one and last week bought one, it takes 6litre kegs and chills to 3°. I put the first keg Hoegarden in and my mate next door came over and it was like the Heineken walk in fridge advert, 6litres og Leffe next week. Loving it so far.
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