uh… good call?
! I ca’nt see Andy giving up so easily.
Well Andy, there areplenty more pubs to visit!
@Number Three today’s strip IS funny , the way our HERO Mr Andrew Capp never manages to bum a beer is priceless :o) , my avatar again is a picture of our fav actor Rowan Atkinson as Mr Bean grinning because he’s in a good mood like I am How wasssss your day? our FNALLY FRIDAY should be quite calm , no shopping to do or errands to run, we both are in a good mood but we are staying inside the housse and keep hydrated because it’s hot outside keep safe and thanks for caring young Lady
Unlike some simple folks Andy will not be in a good mood nor hydrated. I expect he’s off shopping for someone to tap.
Shabbat shalom, Eldo, rjm, and others.
Who comes up with these names for English Pub’s?
come back tomorrow Andy, he might have forgotten about it by then shrug
That spotted duck looks like he has a bad case of measles…
Pub names can be funny, but so can the names of ales in the UK. As an example: Bishop’s Finger, Santa’s Butt, Seriously Bad Elf, Ginger Beard, Roaring Meg, Old Hooky, Old Peculiar, Old Engine Oil, Dog’s Bo!!ocks, Tactical Nuclear Penguin
Scratch another pub off your list.
Poor Andy, there are just too many freeloaders out there cutting into his action.
History. They’ve been around for centuries.
In the early 90’s I worked hard but got paid once a month. my local bar was happy to run a tab that was in the hundreds of dollars each month. Paid off religiously as he was also a friend. A guy walked in one day and wanted to run a tab without a credit card to back it. Got quite huffy when he was refused yet minutes later I walking in and had a beer dropped in front of me with no payment. When he got huffy again and asked why, Pooch said, “I know him”.
I don’t know of any bars on this side of the pond that allow any customers to carry a tab that long. You either pay as you drink or you give the barman your credit card & close out the tab before leaving.
“Thank you… Next!”
Well, I went for my early appointment this morning and had a lovely Full English Breakfast afterwards. It was gorgeous. I’m not sure if you’ve heard of the British breakfast item called “Black Pudding” but it’s not the dessert kind. It’s basically a black, round sausage made with pig’s blood and I really like it.
After the cafe, I went into a store and got some tights (pantyhose) I noticed they were made in Ukraine. That’s why I bought them to be honest. I also got some bottles of Pepsi while I was there too. Not the 1L bottles though. They would never fit into my mini fridge come hell or high water! Speaking of mini fridges, I have my eye on this one that I discovered on Amazon but I’m obviously not going to buy it if there’s nothing wrong with the one I’ve got. It’s added to the “Wishlist” for the time being.
It’s such a shame the snacks and drinks don’t come with it!
Enjoy your favourite nosh today, pal. I’m assuming you’re having it?
Stay safe, stay well, stay cool and stay happy. See you after the weekend!
Learnt people can scare Andy!
I don’t know which is more interesting, the names of British pubs, or the names of Andy’s friends. (If you can call them friends, that is. Acquaintance might be a better word.)
probably should have been named the “Spotted Dick”, which is a traditional English pudding made with suet and dried fruit
July 08, 2017