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My monitoring of Interpol tells me that today is Steve's birthday!  158 years old (though I may have read that incorrectly 😁 ).

As tradition serves...

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Have a good one! 🙂👍

(I won't be THAT old until next year! 😜)

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I'm afraid that his birthday has been indefinitely postponed due to lockdown restrictions. He'll forever stay .. er, 29?

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Posted (edited)

Hey me old mucker Straummy,

 

Happiest of happiest Birthday Wishes to you mate.

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Happy (belated B'day)Steve!

The weekend's not over yet, and the pub is still open....have a drink on me!! (please keep a social distance) ;)

 

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Pubs are open? Where?
If I have to fly to Worchester to drink in a bar, that would make it the most expensive drink I've ever had.
Happy Birthday, or whatever craigb said.

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7 hours ago, SteveStrummerUK said:

Many thanks everyone 😊😊

 

 

You didn't drink enough. You didn't have any spelling mistakes :D

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Oh Shure! 

Every year the same thing

happy birthday to this guy 

happy birthday to thar guy 🤨

btw, HAPPY BIRTHDAY STRUMMY!

 

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On 6/1/2020 at 12:22 AM, 57Gregy said:

If I have to fly to Worchester to drink in a bar

Aircraft are not allowed to fly over Worcester - the strange metal objects in the sky would only scare and confuse the natives.

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Happy Birthday Steve - have a good one - do you really have pubs open in the UK - here in Cape Town we are still on a pretty hard lock down, although they did allow alcohol to be purchased as from yesterday, so at least I can raise a glass to you!!!!!!

Nigel

 

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28 minutes ago, Bajan Blue said:

do you really have pubs open in the UK

No and not for a while yet. But then with the way this is being handled here, who knows? It's politics before people.

Next week we'll probably be told that the pubs were never closed at all, and that we're silly little plebs for believing that they ever were.

 

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8 hours ago, Wibbles said:

If I have to fly to Worchester to drink in a bar

 

8 hours ago, Wibbles said:

Aircraft are not allowed to fly over Worcester

So, did I misspell it or did you? 😕

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1 hour ago, 57Gregy said:

 

So, did I misspell it or did you? 😕

You.

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@SteveStrummerUK Shhh, don't tell anyone, but I'm 12.5% Worcestershire.

My ancestors were mostly in villages around Worcester and some lived in St John's.

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43 minutes ago, Wibbles said:

@SteveStrummerUK Shhh, don't tell anyone, but I'm 12.5% Worcestershire.

My ancestors were mostly in villages around Worcester and some lived in St John's.

Grazing? 😁😜

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5 hours ago, Wibbles said:

@SteveStrummerUK Shhh, don't tell anyone, but I'm 12.5% Worcestershire.

My ancestors were mostly in villages around Worcester and some lived in St John's.

That's where I am - on the 'Welsh' side of the river 😁

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12 hours ago, SteveStrummerUK said:

That's where I am - on the 'Welsh' side of the river 😁

My ancestors were from both sides of the river.

I love the names of some of the villages: Upton Snodsbury, Throckmorton ... I was disappointed not to find ancestors in Wyre Piddle and Flyford Flavell (which is just wonderful to say - how do the locals pronounce it?).

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