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I've seen plenty of these set up elsewhere on the site, anyone fancy getting together in .... Guildford / Woking seems pretty Central Surrey ??

Erm not much take up of your offer. I'll give you a game of snooker though in Guildford if your are up for it. Note 1. I have my own cue.

2. I am still crap though.

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Erm not much take up of your offer. I'll give you a game of snooker though in Guildford if your are up for it. Note 1. I have my own cue.

2. I am still crap though.

I'm for pool! Where in Guilf?

I'm pretty crap too and I don't even have my own cue, but I guess I could bring my daughters mini one!

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I'm for pool! Where in Guilf?

I'm pretty crap too and I don't even have my own cue, but I guess I could bring my daughters mini one!

O'Reilly's (fomerly colours) - I think Haydon Place off North St. You can use a house cue, but I don't play pool. I used to play pool, but moved up and now don't really want to go back (also I have a friend who plays me snooker and usually beats me so frankly could do with the extra practice).

Snooker is better than pool for the following reasons:

1. Its no achievement potting a pool ball - its just annoying when you miss. You never remember much about playing pool, whereas you tend to remember your highest break in snooker (I think was 21 for me but then I am crap).

2. One guy pots all the balls but one, and then spends the rest of the time being "snookered" so the second guy catches up and wins.

3. If you ever do get to play pool again the table looks so small you find it easy and so tend to win (in particular you reduce the chance of ever losing to a girl, which frankly is embarrassing).

4. Snooker is played by slightly mad people - Ronnie O'Sullivan, Alex Higgins. Pool on the whole by fat redneck Americans and Steve Davis (see point 3)

Anyway if you are interested pm me.

Anyway for ridiculous overpriced property:

This on a year at 365K. Now 5k off (the guide price)!

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/viewdetails-542...a_n=10&tr_t=buy

So now they want to sell a new one for 390k!

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/viewdetails-110...pa_n=8&tr_t=buy

And this one on a whole effing year at 475 for a 2 bed flat (albeit with garden). No drop in price just list it with Foxtons!

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/viewdetails-574...pa_n=5&tr_t=buy

3 bed for 475! This is not hampstead you know!

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/viewdetails-108...pa_n=5&tr_t=buy

4 bed Want to hear the dulcet tones of the A3 - 455! (these were going for 370 -390 last year)

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/viewdetails-546...pa_n=6&tr_t=buy

Or you can have the neighbour for 20k less!

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/viewdetails-107...pa_n=7&tr_t=buy

Anyway lots of 4 bed properties coming on to the market! Baby boomers selling up now in large numbers.

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O'Reilly's (fomerly colours) - I think Haydon Place off North St. You can use a house cue, but I don't play pool. I used to play pool, but moved up and now don't really want to go back (also I have a friend who plays me snooker and usually beats me so frankly could do with the extra practice).

Snooker is better than pool for the following reasons:

1. Its no achievement potting a pool ball - its just annoying when you miss. You never remember much about playing pool, whereas you tend to remember your highest break in snooker (I think was 21 for me but then I am crap).

2. One guy pots all the balls but one, and then spends the rest of the time being "snookered" so the second guy catches up and wins.

3. If you ever do get to play pool again the table looks so small you find it easy and so tend to win (in particular you reduce the chance of ever losing to a girl, which frankly is embarrassing).

4. Snooker is played by slightly mad people - Ronnie O'Sullivan, Alex Higgins. Pool on the whole by fat redneck Americans and Steve Davis (see point 3)

Anyway if you are interested pm me.

Anyway for ridiculous overpriced property:

This on a year at 365K. Now 5k off (the guide price)!

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/viewdetails-542...a_n=10&tr_t=buy

So now they want to sell a new one for 390k!

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/viewdetails-110...pa_n=8&tr_t=buy

And this one on a whole effing year at 475 for a 2 bed flat (albeit with garden). No drop in price just list it with Foxtons!

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/viewdetails-574...pa_n=5&tr_t=buy

3 bed for 475! This is not hampstead you know!

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/viewdetails-108...pa_n=5&tr_t=buy

4 bed Want to hear the dulcet tones of the A3 - 455! (these were going for 370 -390 last year)

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/viewdetails-546...pa_n=6&tr_t=buy

Or you can have the neighbour for 20k less!

http://www.rightmove.co.uk/viewdetails-107...pa_n=7&tr_t=buy

Anyway lots of 4 bed properties coming on to the market! Baby boomers selling up now in large numbers.

You are right ref the snooker. Pool is a game of luck , snooker is skill. I get cheap snooker in West End club , up on the A322, 50P a half hour. I'm a member if you are interested?

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I live in north Hampshire, not too far away so would otherwise come. But i'm so crap at snooker i'll have to give it a miss!

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