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Gordon Brown At The Bretton Woods Conference Yesterday

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Not in 54 minutes, it doesn't. Where's the executive summary?

I'm 2 minutes into Brown's speech and already I'm starting to ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ.

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Not in 54 minutes, it doesn't. Where's the executive summary?

...believe me you will be astounded after five minutes...there is a Q&A at the end... :rolleyes:

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Right - Gordon Brown drinking game.

Every time he says 'Er' down 1 finger of your drink

Every time he makes that strange 'O' shape with his mouth between words down 2 fingers of drink

Every time he says "It started in America" finish the rest of your drink and fill up again.

5 minutes in and I'm absolutely s&'tfaced already.

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Right - Gordon Brown drinking game.

Every time he says 'Er' down 1 finger of your drink

Every time he makes that strange 'O' shape with his mouth between words down 2 fingers of drink

Every time he says "It started in America" finish the rest of your drink and fill up again.

5 minutes in and I'm absolutely s&'tfaced already.

:lol:

I still prefer the "Withnail and I" one though. Did it once, never again... "Sherry" "Sherry"

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:lol:

I still prefer the "Withnail and I" one though. Did it once, never again... "Sherry" "Sherry"

Oh I haven't watched that for a while. Think I'll find it on Youtube.

In the meanime though:

My link

Withnail & I Drinking Game

The rules for the Withnail and I drinking game are very simple… just match Withnail drink-for-drink...

Per person, you will require:

• Gin

• Cider

• Ale

• Sherry

• Whisky

• Red Wine

Optional:

• 1 x bottle lighter fluid (You’re allowed to substitute this for vinegar… this is what they did to Richard E Grant to the film the vomiting scene...)

• 1 x Camberwell Carrot

Withnail drinks in the order of 9 1/2 glasses of red wine, 1 pint of cider, 1 shot of lighter fluid, 2 1/2 shots of gin, 6 glasses of sherry, 13 whiskeys and 1/2 a pint of ale throught the film. Here they are in order:

• Mouthful of red wine

• "Lighter fluid" (eg overproof rum)

• Double gin

• Finger of cider (with ice)

• Finger of cider (with ice)

• Finger of cider (with ice)

• Glass of sherry

• Two big chugs of sherry

• Mouthful of sherry

• Sip of sherry

• Double whisky

• Mouthful of whisky

• Mouthful of whisky

• Mouthful of whisky

• Mouthful of whisky

• Splash of whisky

• Single Teachers

• Double Teachers

• Double Teachers

• Single Teachers

• Sip of sherry

• Three fingers of ale

• Sip of red wine

• Gulp of sherry

• Small glass of red wine

• Sip of red wine

• Half glass of red wine

• Sip of something white (gin & bitter lemon?)

• Sip of red wine

• Sip of red wine

• Gulp of red wine

• Gulp of red wine

• Finger of red wine

• Finger of red wine

• Gulp of red wine ("'53 Margeaux")

• Gulp of red wine ("'53 Margeaux")

• Gulp of red wine ("'53 Margeaux")

• Gulp of red wine ("'53 Margeaux")

By the way, I gave up on Brown's speech about 4 minutes in, the tedious gimp.

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Oh I haven't watched that for a while. Think I'll find it on Youtube.

In the meanime though:

My link

By the way, I gave up on Brown's speech about 4 minutes in, the tedious gimp.

...yes ...but the point is ...who are the sickos giving him the time of day....the Lloyds / HBOS merger review headlines were released at an opportune time to show the world his true colours....no coincidence...and reimbursed UK gamblers investing in high interest rates with their savings in Icelandic banks to name but a few of his choice moves.... :rolleyes:

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...thanks ..I meant it to be rhetorical....and we have to ask the question can this Group be trusted ....what are their real motives....?... :rolleyes:

Jobs for the boys[1].

[1] A phrase which should be read as encompassing both sexes.

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