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Holiday book ?

Discussion in 'Book Talk' started by Kegman, Jun 1, 2012.

  1. ONEDUNME

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    Needless to say, I don't.
  2. hotspur

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    So it really is true!

    I guess thats what couples have to do on a Saturday night.
  3. hotspur

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    I cant get that out of my mind cos whenever I see one of those movies on Sky etc,I think-fuck me-people actually paid £4.50 to watch that.
    Now I find out that they have to queue!,lol
  4. rcgills

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    :lookaround
  5. swooperman

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    The only people I've seen queuing to see a film lately were the police outside my dealers house :thinking
  6. ONEDUNME

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    :lol

    Have you been scouring my posts since I pointed out your "mind" post?
  7. rcgills

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    Maybe. Why don't you ... erm ... read my mind, and see if you can ... you know ... work it out for yourself... or something like that :embarassed
  8. Kegman

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    So 50 shades it is then by the look of it. Anybody know what it's about
  9. swooperman

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    Female predatory sex or something
  10. swooperman

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    You could be in trouble if you take that, Keg, you're only supposed to read it outside school gates....& arent you banned from those type of places?
  11. Kegman

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    true - but I've got the audio book on my ipod so i can still get away with wearing my mac and wellies whilst casually wanking round H&M and M&S etc
  12. Kegman

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    Typo - that should actually read walking
  13. ONEDUNME

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    Typo, that should actually read S&M
  14. winrew

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    Just read a couple by a guy called Craig Russell , excellent books.
    Main character is an ex Canadian soldier who relocates to Glasgow as a private eye , its set in the mid 1950s.
    Mmm , sounds lame and far fetched , but it does work.
    On the look out for more by him , also has another character called Fabel in another set of books , heres the authors web-site ..
    http://www.craigrussell.com/
  15. swooperman

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    I've read his. very good
  16. jijeykiray

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    I'm also looking for a good book to read on the beach or while traveling.
  17. ONEDUNME

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    Life of Pi is a good read. No doubt the film will be shit but I enjoyed the book
  18. winrew

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    Working my through the third installment of Peter Mays books , latest ones called The Chessmen , you could do a lot worse than this author ...
  19. slick

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    I'm off to Greece next Monday, anybody any suggestions?

    I'll be taking my galaxy tab too, so I'll still be about whilst baking by the pool lol.
    Talking of which; the bastard thing wouldn't charge when I just plugged it in, apparently you're not to meant to let the thing completely discharge. I wish they would have told me that b4 I left it in the draw for 6 months.

    I did find a fix mind, you have to hold in the volume up , down and power buttons all at the same time for about 10 secs, then it'll start charging again, worked for me anyhow.
  20. Topdog

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    Santorini is lovely
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