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pre match nosebag

Discussion in 'Molineux Mix Archive' started by peterwolf, Dec 5, 2008.

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  1. peterwolf

    peterwolf Guest

    If anyone is looking for something decent to eat before the game at
    QPR, I recommend the Aussie Pie Shop. Its the opposite side of the
    green from shepherds bush tube station, great pies and at good prices
    for London.
    No I have no financial interest in the company and no idea who the
    owners are just trying to pass on a bit of useful info to fellow Wolves
    fans:)
     
  2. Super Hans

    Super Hans Guest

    Is the shop called nose bag??

    Because the last time I checked nose bag meant cocaine!
     
  3. nosebag is enough to make me avoid it
     
  4. PabloWolfo

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    Looking at the thread title, I thought Moxey had gone a pre match promotion too far.

    "Get charged up for a row with a little pre match nosebag via the Wolves travel club"
     
  5. Chiswick_Wolf

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    Also, they've just opened a new shopping centre, The Westfield, very near the ground which has alot of decent eateries. Also somewhere to leave the missus in future when you come down to watch the game. Its massive so will take a good few hours to go around.
     
  6. Dewsburywolf

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    The Aussie Pie Shop apparently if you read the post properly.
     
  7. PabloWolfo

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    ..and if YOU read the post properly, the T in 'the' isn't capitalised, meaning the shop is called Aussie Pie Shop. Either that, or peterwolf is a misleading $$$$$$$.

    Stick that in your pipe and smoke it, smartarse!:)
     
  8. Dewsburywolf

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    :D :eek:

    It could of course just be a shop called Aussie Pie. :rolleyes:
     
  9. PabloWolfo

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    $$$$ it, let's just find a MaccieD's.
     
  10. Dewsburywolf

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    Actually I'm a little intrigued as to what exactly goes into an Aussie Pie. Kangaroo? Wallaby? Wombat? Slightly racist maybe but what the Hell.
     
  11. PabloWolfo

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    It seems peterwolf is a liar, it's called Jumbuck's The Aussie Pie Co.

    http://www.qype.co.uk/place/134078-Jumbucks-The-Aussie-Pie-Co-London

    Anyway, go ask them, i've been given a Christmas Tree purchasing mission by the missus, which will keep her busy decorating whilst I go to the pub, toodles!
     
  12. Dewsburywolf

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    So there is a capital P then? Don't you just hate smart arses?

    I'm still in Yorkshire fella watching the game later on in a pub in Huddersfield with some of the Yorkie lads.

    Enjoy the shopping.
     
  13. PabloWolfo

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    I used to live in Huddersfield, my sympathies are with you.
     
  14. Dewsburywolf

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    I actually live in Dewsbury fella so I'll accept your sympathies. :rolleyes:
     
  15. leedswolf

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    Steak and kidney, meat and potato.

    Their equivalent to the Pukka brand is Four and Twenty.

    Aussie pies are really good which is quite strange .............................

    You have my sympathies
     
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  16. peterwolf

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    I do not appreciate being called a liar or misleading ******
    whatever your interpretation of that should be, while just trying
    to impart a little information to fellow wolves fans, the incorrect name
    was a genuine mistake and an apology from you for calling me a liar
    will be accepted
     
  17. leedswolf

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    TBF peterwolf I didn't see it as Pablo calling you an actual liar. I tend to think that the statement was a clumsy attempt at humour.
     
  18. PabloWolfo

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    It was an attempt at humour, stop being over sensitive and get over yourself!
     
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  19. Dewsburywolf

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    Not a very good one it appears (but then the written word rarely is) maybe he is the sensitive type (no reason why he shouldn't be allowed to be) and unless he's a contortionist he won't be able to "get over" himself.

    That's my sense of humour kicking in but I'm guessing you'll see it as such.
     
  20. PabloWolfo

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    $$$$ you Dewsburywolf, I too demand an apology for your heinous personal attack on yours truly...which WILL NOT be accepted.


    Good God I'm bored today, does it show?
     
  21. Dewsburywolf

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    If you think I've offended you then fair enough fair cop I'm sorry but what would be the point of apologising if you're NOT going to accept it?:confused:

    You might be bored but I've got to go into work now so at least one of us has something to do.
     
  22. PabloWolfo

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    Pah, the day I get offended by anything on this site will be the day I start supporting The Baggies!

    I'm going to the pub, that'll cure the boredom.

    Enjoy work!
     
  23. Dewsburywolf

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    Just been Caretaker at an Event for Jamaica Nationals. Depends on your point of view as to whether it would be enjoyable to you but I kind of got wrapped up in the performances. Ages ranging from Children's dance to old style Jamaican song performance.
     
  24. PabloWolfo

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    That actually sounds like it'd be quite entertaining.
     

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