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Missionary work in 'ull

Sooz 02 Jun 04 - 03:58 PM
Bassic 02 Jun 04 - 05:03 PM
Sooz 03 Jun 04 - 03:34 AM
The Fooles Troupe 03 Jun 04 - 03:48 AM
The DeanMeister 03 Jun 04 - 04:01 AM
GUEST,MC Fat 03 Jun 04 - 05:47 AM
Dave Bryant 03 Jun 04 - 05:52 AM
ced2 03 Jun 04 - 05:59 AM
Strollin' Johnny 03 Jun 04 - 08:57 AM
GUEST 03 Jun 04 - 08:59 AM
Sooz 03 Jun 04 - 10:00 AM
Rt Revd Sir jOhn from Hull 03 Jun 04 - 10:17 AM
Strollin' Johnny 03 Jun 04 - 12:38 PM
GUEST,jOhnfrom Hull 03 Jun 04 - 12:53 PM
Tracey Dragonsfriend 03 Jun 04 - 01:01 PM
greg stephens 03 Jun 04 - 01:05 PM
Strollin' Johnny 03 Jun 04 - 01:12 PM
Rt Revd Sir jOhn from Hull 03 Jun 04 - 01:30 PM
Tracey Dragonsfriend 03 Jun 04 - 02:21 PM
Strollin' Johnny 03 Jun 04 - 04:26 PM
Linda Kelly 03 Jun 04 - 05:57 PM
harpmaker 03 Jun 04 - 06:33 PM
Tracey Dragonsfriend 04 Jun 04 - 03:24 AM
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Subject: Missionary work in 'ull
From: Sooz
Date: 02 Jun 04 - 03:58 PM

Mike and I are seriously considering paying a visit to the ancient city of Kingston upon Hull tomorrow evening to find out for ourselves if the Folk Club is indeed excellent (or rubbish). Are we likely to be the only ones there or will we have to fight our way past the locals to get a spot?


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Subject: RE: Missionary work in 'ull
From: Bassic
Date: 02 Jun 04 - 05:03 PM

I might come after I finnish werk, if I`m not doing owt else


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Subject: RE: Missionary work in 'ull
From: Sooz
Date: 03 Jun 04 - 03:34 AM

Not exactly a deluge!


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Subject: RE: Missionary work in 'ull
From: The Fooles Troupe
Date: 03 Jun 04 - 03:48 AM

Missionary Position Vacancy in Hull.

No Experience Needed!


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Subject: RE: Missionary work in 'ull
From: The DeanMeister
Date: 03 Jun 04 - 04:01 AM

If ya want a proper club, you should have asked. The White Horse Club (Nellies) in Beverley on Monday nights is excellent. Cottingham's not bad (Wednesdays), and there are two in Driffield (thursdays). There are also several regular sessions in the area.

From what I can gather, jOhn's gathering has it's moments, mind. Not been myself so I'm not qualified to comment! Think they've had some good nights.


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Subject: RE: Missionary work in 'ull
From: GUEST,MC Fat
Date: 03 Jun 04 - 05:47 AM

They all need saving over there


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Subject: RE: Missionary work in 'ull
From: Dave Bryant
Date: 03 Jun 04 - 05:52 AM

Don't they cook (in the curry ship) and eat missionaries in Hull ?


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Subject: RE: Missionary work in 'ull
From: ced2
Date: 03 Jun 04 - 05:59 AM

Take Care, Hull along with Keighley & Halifax still eat missionaries! The final served form varies. Some appear as a curry, some as a sort of Irish Stew (which a Mr Tom Lehrer seemed to get to know about) and some as a sort of hot pot (better known as a Lancashire Hot Pot when we get an interloper from that neck of the woods). Cooked properly:- very tasty, very savoury!


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Subject: RE: Missionary work in 'ull
From: Strollin' Johnny
Date: 03 Jun 04 - 08:57 AM

Judging by some of the posts on this thread, the citizens of the People's Independent Socialist Republic of East Yorkshire seem neither united, nor particularly welcoming to those who come bearing musical gifts! I notice they've imposed an outrageous charge for crossing the Humber White Elephant (oops, sorry, I meant 'Bridge') which must be designed to keep us out and them in - perhaps I'll stay in Yellowbelly Country and pass the evening watching Big Brother. Ah, that Nadia, what a woman! :0) :0)


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Subject: RE: Missionary work in 'ull
From: GUEST
Date: 03 Jun 04 - 08:59 AM

57 pounds to cross the Humber?


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Subject: RE: Missionary work in 'ull
From: Sooz
Date: 03 Jun 04 - 10:00 AM

Hey SJ I've just learned that there is a website version of Big Brother where you can just watch paint dry instead.
click here


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Subject: RE: Missionary work in 'ull
From: Rt Revd Sir jOhn from Hull
Date: 03 Jun 04 - 10:17 AM

Big Brother? Big load of shit more like!
I saw about 5 minutes of this stupid programme on saturday night, never seen so much crap, if i had a telly licence, i would be asking for a refund!

PS-, 2 of the residents are from Hull, [the animal rights woman that looks like a bloke, and the hare dresser].


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Subject: RE: Missionary work in 'ull
From: Strollin' Johnny
Date: 03 Jun 04 - 12:38 PM

Yep, you're so right jOhn! Is the aminal rights woman the one who calls herself 'Kitten'? Miserable sod with a bloody silly name. I think I'll start calling myself 'Ardvark'. (LOL)

I noticed the hare dresser was from Ull - I think he's a good reason to stay on our side o' th'umber! :-) Until next month anyway!

My granny used to dress hares in a stew-pan, and very nice they tasted too, but a bit tougher than a rabbit.

Sad about tonight - maybe next month?

Johnny :0)


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Subject: RE: Missionary work in 'ull
From: GUEST,jOhnfrom Hull
Date: 03 Jun 04 - 12:53 PM

Yes, Kitten, I haven't really watched the show, but that kitten one seems very odd, [didn't she used to be a bloke?], apparently her dad is a Chief executive at Hull City Council.

That Daniel [the hare dresser] is the bookies favourite to win, cuurent odds are 5/1, i won't be betting though, as i'm skint, and I don't really understand the show, and never bet on things that i don't know anything about.

Your'e welcome to Hull Folk Club anytime, sorry theres not been much response here, but some people are working late, and others have spent up over the bank holiday this week.

anyway=i thought of a name for it=
The First Thursday Folk Club, waht you think?


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Subject: RE: Missionary work in 'ull
From: Tracey Dragonsfriend
Date: 03 Jun 04 - 01:01 PM

I don't quite understand the concept of Big Brother... I'm meant to want to sit & watch some people I don't know sit around in a house and (as far as I can tell) talk rubbish. From the conversations I hear, people seem mostly interested in whether they'll have sex or not, and if so, in what peculiar combinations. Which seems a strange thing to televise, to poor little old-fashioned me.
I suppose it might have been interesting as an experiment in social dynamics, if the people they chose were halfway normal, but (again, as far as I can tell) they appear to pick a variety of nutcases, then reward them for behaving strangely. Which makes it hard to learn anything from it. I feel a bit sorry for these people, really, that they have such low self-esteem that this is what they want to do with their lives.
It's all very odd, and it seems to me that a visit to a folk club would be very much more rewarding...

But then again, maybe I'm missing some vitally important point about this show that's not yet apparent to me...?

Ah, well, such is life - full of oddness!
Tracey


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Subject: RE: Missionary work in 'ull
From: greg stephens
Date: 03 Jun 04 - 01:05 PM

That Kitten seems dead posh to me. she's trying to sound a bit common, but I'll bet you she went to Cheltenham Ladies' College or something like that.


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Subject: RE: Missionary work in 'ull
From: Strollin' Johnny
Date: 03 Jun 04 - 01:12 PM

Tracey - "It's all very odd, and it seems to me that a visit to a folk club would be very much more rewarding..."

Couldn't agree more! My statement about watching Big Brother and Nadia the Trans-sexual was a little jest - two smiley faces gave it away!! I was going to go to jOhn's club in 'Ull tonight but it seems to be 'off' !! Oh well, Bill Whaley and Dave Flethcher at Market Rasen Folk Club tomorrow night - magic, you should join us!

I don't think it's low self-esteem that makes the participants enter Big Brother - in fact I reckon it's exactly the opposite, it's that they've all got their heads firmly up their own arses, plus the lure of a hundred-or-so grand for doing precisely sod-all!

Johnny (still smiling) :0) :0)


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Subject: RE: Missionary work in 'ull
From: Rt Revd Sir jOhn from Hull
Date: 03 Jun 04 - 01:30 PM

greg-I heard that kitten went to a £12,000 a year private school, and her dad bought her a house when she was studying at hull university, apparently she told the other housemates that she was poor and homeless and had to be a prostitute to survive, but thats all made up crap, her dad has been in the papers saying that she is a lying sack of shit etc, and apparently he is trying to get her taken out of the house as she is a bit mental.
[put "big brother kitten" in your searcher to read about it].

i don't feel sorry for them at all, they are a bunch of show offs, with nothing better to do.


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Subject: RE: Missionary work in 'ull
From: Tracey Dragonsfriend
Date: 03 Jun 04 - 02:21 PM

Oh, well, maybe you're right! I was trying to give them the benefit of the doubt, having not actually ever watched the thing.
No, I lie... last year, it came on one morning as we were packing the bike's saddlebags, on the way out, and I was busy enough not to turn it off. It took a while for me to register what it was, then try to figure out what the point was, as all I was seeing was a lot of immobile lumps under duvets. Then, just as we were leaving, someone got out of bed and woke up someone else.
And at that point we went out, so I supose it could have been really thrilling & educational after that... but if so, we missed it. But somehow I don't feel like we missed much! Yet people around me seem fascinated, much in the same way as with the Beckham family, and wil soap operas. I'm sure I must be missing something...

Such is life!
Tracey


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Subject: RE: Missionary work in 'ull
From: Strollin' Johnny
Date: 03 Jun 04 - 04:26 PM

No Tracey, it's neither thrilling nor educational and you're not missing anything, as I said earlier I was tring to be ironic! :0) It's a contrived, staged pile o'pants IMOH.

However, Bill 'n' Dave at Market Rasen Folk Club tomorrow will be thrilling and educational, and they'll be more than ably supported by Cara (a fine 3-piece band worth at least £57 a performance) and Lucy Wright & Paul Smith (excellent up-and-coming young duo from Gainsborough). Pack yer saddlebags, get on yer bike and come see them (and bring yer mates too!).

Johnny :0)


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Subject: RE: Missionary work in 'ull
From: Linda Kelly
Date: 03 Jun 04 - 05:57 PM

Bill n Dave are indeed splendid fellows. Met Les Worrall the other night at Cottingham and gave him the parcel I forgot to post him. Hazel and I shared support to the amazing Bob Fox with the wonderful Cara -promised that we would pay a visit to Market Rasen at some stage.....


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Subject: RE: Missionary work in 'ull
From: harpmaker
Date: 03 Jun 04 - 06:33 PM

Linda, I have said to Les Worrall That Chrisy & I would pop in sometime (this summer) If you can keep us posted, maybee we could go up together. (In das kampervans)


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Subject: RE: Missionary work in 'ull
From: Tracey Dragonsfriend
Date: 04 Jun 04 - 03:24 AM

Glad I'm not going mad, and BB is rubbish after all!

The gig in Market Rasen sounds great, Johnny, but I'm not sure we'd get there in time, coming from London after work tonight! Plus, my beloved (who'd be the one steering the bike) isn't a great fan of folk music - The Eagles, Boston & Status Quo are more his line. Though we do agree on bluesy rock, like George Thorogood & such. Hope you have a great time, though.

Cheers
Tracey


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Subject: RE: Missionary work in 'ull
From: Strollin' Johnny
Date: 04 Jun 04 - 08:21 AM

Tracey, it sounds like he and I would get on great, although I do like folk as well as The Eagles, Quo etc.

And the world doesn't end at Watford Gap, there are roads beyond there, but I guess Lincs is just a bit far for a Friday night! :0)

Thanks for your wishes, and I'm sure a great time will be had by all (especially as I won't be inflicting my wailing on the audience for once!) :0)

Cheers,
Johnny


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