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Mark One
1 hour ago, Blue Star said:

I thought I'd call in seen as how it is new years and all, How ya doin Mark uno, got any Baileys I'll have a quadruple over ice in a latte coffee glass if thats ok, Man I think I'll go and play DJ over on me music thread when I am drunk enough, might end up just being me and the coat rack dancing the night away but it wouldn't be the first time.... Wishing you all the best for 2021 folks and .....

Nope, I'm not drunk enough yet....Oh, go on.... get the prosecco out. Nothing for it but a bit of fizz...... By the by, have you noticed how the crosses are the perfect 2 meters....

sorry these aren't from the 70's but still....

 

Happy new year, Babi x. There's a bottle of Bailey's at the bar *burp*

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Downed the Baileys... moved on to the Prosecco, Hick, burp! Pardon... Right I'm over to the Music thread to play DJ...See yu's later's Mr Mark un....:D

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Mark One
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Bloody hell!  What a night.  I only offered to walk old Mables daughter home, left the boat looking after its self, we took a bottle of Mr Moons magic water with us(that stuff from MableThorpe)...we both drank it with scotch...and then this is how everything appeared...

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woke up around 5 am shivering, wrapped up in newspaper int doorway of the post office.  My socks and shoes have gone and I found myself hugging a teddy bear.

 

I hope you guys got home ok.

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ant0n
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Much love to Mark #001 for this brand new year of the common era!

 

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Mark One

Wow, did I really wear such loud clothing like that?  But thanks anyway Anton for reminding me of that holiday we spent together at Pontins in Brixton, if I remember correctly.

 

Sure beats that cold summer at Butlins. In Scotland.

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But anyway sir, may I wish you and yours a wonderfully rich and vibrant new year.

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newbloodmoon
On 1/1/2021 at 4:19 AM, Mark One said:

Bloody hell!  What a night.  I only offered to walk old Mables daughter home, left the boat looking after its self, we took a bottle of Mr Moons magic water with us(that stuff from MableThorpe)...we both drank it with scotch...and then this is how everything appeared...

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woke up around 5 am shivering, wrapped up in newspaper int doorway of the post office.  My socks and shoes have gone and I found myself hugging a teddy bear.

 

I hope you guys got home ok.

I see a marketing opportunity here. “Buy Mr. Moons ‘Howling Luna’ elixir. This fine tonic cures depression, night and color blindness, premature balding, and for the ladies it stops unsightly sagging, age spots, and wrinkles. May cause temporary hallucinations, uncontrollable flatulence, and long term memory loss.

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Matt221
On 12/29/2020 at 2:06 PM, Mark One said:

Well, I've seen more life in a bag of filler sand!

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I did though manage to enquire about 4 fingers Jack, Matt.  A suicidal looking life guard told me about him before he returned to routing through some bins.  Apparently, jack's in a bad way after some depressed seals with airborne support from some manic and very desperate seagulls ambushed his stall.

 

After ransacking his stall he lost all of his fingers and was then carried out to sea by 55 albatrosses who, according to the Life guards mate had all lost the will to live in MableThorpe.  This additional lifeguard saw it happen but was unable to save jack on account of him having a wooden leg which slowed him down.

 

In other news, a pigeon landed on deck today with a message from weevelton.  Gotta go for now and read the message.

Oh well RIP Jack .......... ps i think the pigeons name is Rupert its one of big Nige's 

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Mark One
21 hours ago, newbloodmoon said:

I see a marketing opportunity here. “Buy Mr. Moons ‘Howling Luna’ elixir. This fine tonic cures depression, night and color blindness, premature balding, and for the ladies it stops unsightly sagging, age spots, and wrinkles. May cause temporary hallucinations, uncontrollable flatulence, and long term memory loss.

Out of something bad came something good.  Just remember, don't go feral and remember who butters your bread.

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newbloodmoon
1 hour ago, Mark One said:

Out of something bad came something good.  Just remember, don't go feral and remember who butters your bread.

Yes of course. A 70-30 split of profits in your favor is quite reasonable in my humble opinion.

Glances at Ruperts’ leg tag and sure enough it’s a match. Thanks to the sharp eye of @Matt221 we can get that fixed right quick like.

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Mark One

Pigeon's are fine I suppose but I'm still waiting for NASA to invent those flying monkeys.  So much more productive and with a splash of your glow in the dark space juice - eye catching.

 

I'm also thinking of MableThorpe alot of late. My boat glows now and it attracts insects but forget that and picture this...

 

Glowing clothing!  All we need to do is buy a load of high street tat, soak it all in the big drink near MableThorpe dry it out, flog it on.  May need to purchase a market stall license.

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Mark One

Someone's hadg good swallow.

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newbloodmoon

So that’s what a bystander sees when someone else drinks the glow in the dark seawater martinis. Perhaps we might have to set up an alien sighting headquarter.

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Mark One

Um, I've had Angus - the tooth fairy - McTurtle on the blower today.  You know who I mean, that "cornbeef" merchant from Glasgow.  He's a fully fledged dentist now, a doctor with letters after his name.  Well that's his cover anyway...but anyways, he once took a business aaquaintance on a day trip somewhere near Newcastle.  Angus loves the open air see and he's always been drawn to the open seas where he can "clear the air" with any competition.

 

Well this geezer who joined Angus on his boating trip suddenly decided to clear all of his debts after a long chat about breeze blocks, chains and the risky art breathing under water.  But they shoved him into the big drink anyway, just for the laugh.  Guess what!  That bloke began to glow too and his hair started dropping out...oh and his teeth!!!  Imagine poor Angus a professional cornbeef extractor dealing with a punter whose managed to remove his own teeth- pain free.  He did however pay up though before he croaked himself in Anniesland Hospital.

 

We need to keep a close eye on anyone drinking that moonshine, Mr Moon.

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tcgram

What do you have to help with sore muscles?   

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Mark One

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Here you go my little fruit cake.  I've poured some radox innit and here is the door key.  Mr Moon will knock you up one of his special drinkies.

 

Rashores Alladins cave would have had summit stronger innit to soothe you aching body whilst relaxing in my bath, but she seems t have got the hump.  So, spend all day in there sweetness, ring the bell if you needany drinks food, etc.

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