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vulcanrider

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vulcanrider says:

It's got to stop

Sunday night has become a regular Heartbreak one, Pablo Bloom is back and it showed last night he packed the bar out. Trouble is though, the two darlings ply us with extra drinkies, I  feel like shite today. Last night it was Joanna slipping us shots of Tia Maria and caramel Vodka :upset:.

There were 3 Spanish lads in there one with his little boy of about 18 months, he (the dad) wasn't drinking but 2 Norwegian women took it upon themselves to remonstrate with him forhaving the lad in the bar, he was loving the music and fell asleep in his dads arms, they couldn't drop it even after the guys went to the outer part of the place and followed them. The guys were so courteous no arguing & trying to ignore them as best they could. you don't come to Spain and tell them how to live their lives, the Spanish bring their kids out to bars and it's not as though the Heartbreak is like the wild west at that time of day --- Friday and Saturday after midnight however is a different story :biggrin:

Yours truly feeling sorry for myself :sleep:

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ninjachica

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ninjachica says:

Self Inflicted

No sympathy. :tongue:



I found it odd too, to see so many children out very late at night.  However, in real terms, the kids see (from an early age) that it is not necessary to get pissed and act like a prat when you go out.  They learn that socialising is about the people, not the alcohol.  Seems like a good lesson to learn to me. 

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preunit

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preunit says:

"Shots of Tia Maria and caramel Vodka"

Jeezus Rog, how old did you say you were?


sick.gif :biggrin:

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norris

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norris says:

Kids

Vul..You forgot to post the pictures..Here you are.

Spain  :winkie:

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vulcanrider

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vulcanrider says:

Si

old enough to know better :upset: sixty bleddy five ! it's not my fault the voices made me do it "Rojere a shot" anything you say Joanna :laugh: 

We've not once seen a drunk in the Heartbreak (except me) not a falling down drunk as a skunk drunk. I don't know whay these Norwegians had such a problem with it, applying Norwegian standards to local Spanish, the husbands sat stony faced with the one drink (each) for 2 hours.

Brigette --- sympathy ? you're a hard heartless woman, I need a cuddle :laugh::laugh::laugh:

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mostlyslowly

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mostlyslowly says:

for some reason

the Scandinavians are not keen on booze, as in  they tax it much higher than the uk. mind you when they get on it, they tend to go for it  bit

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old(ish)git

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old(ish)git says:

just be thankful...

they didn't 'get on it' in the Heartbreak.:smile

on the aqvist


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vulcanrider

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vulcanrider says:

They are

a dour lot, one of the ladies Nina works with atthe charity shop is Norwegian, I love her ! she's so direct Nina cringes sometimes. She's the mother of a Norwegian Hells Angel and they broke the mould when they made her. Another odd bunch are the Faroe Islanders, they stare a lot, there's a bunch that turn up here every summer in our building, he's something to do with the fish farms (funny old thing) nephews, nieces, uncles aunts they all pitch up. One of the uncles is creepy he's far too hands on with the sun tan oil with the young nieces 'oops I missed that bit inside your bikini ooh look I missed the inside of your thigh dear' :shock:

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snev

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snev says:

vulcanrider

"one of the uncles is creepy" "he's far too hands on with the suntan oil with the young Nieces"  ermmm he's probably a low life scum, paedophile.  So Report him innit.:mad:

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vulcanrider

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vulcanrider says:

Faroe Islanders

It's a large family group, always together well behaved no nonsense they're just 'different' and to denounce anyone in Spain needs very strong evidence. A few Brits who live in our building have noticed how intimate he is with the young girls, they don't appear to object, we have to remember they're from a different society to ours, when I say they stare it's mainly the younger ones, if you're in conversation with the adults the youngsters will stand close and listen and have no problem with standing a few feet away and studying you. I find it a bit disconcerting how intently they watch others, maybe their lives in the Faroes are more isolated and they're just curious.

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