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Oneball

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If anyone I knew turned up dressed like that I’d be taking the ****! That jumper is a daft as the ones with no shoulders.

Place your bets ;)
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lifes2short

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:lol:, at the very least you could of used your best china not denby
That is the best china :rolleyes:
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my wife went crazy for denby a few years ago and have a load of it in that very same colour, surprised the sets have survived this long as she tends to break things like no tomorrow
 

CatmanV2

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That is the best china :rolleyes:
my wife went crazy for denby a few years ago and have a load of it in that very same colour, surprised the sets have survived this long as she tends to break things like no tomorrow
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We had Denby for our wedding present. Still going strong, although looking a little used now. It's remarkably expensive to replace as our pattern (Boston) is no longe made.

Our 'best' is my parents Noritake dinner service that was bought in Singapore which was 50 years ago.

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lifes2short

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my wife went crazy for denby a few years ago and have a load of it in that very same colour, surprised the sets have survived this long as she tends to break things like no tomorrow
We had Denby for our wedding present. Still going strong, although looking a little used now. It's remarkably expensive to replace as our pattern (Boston) is no longe made.

Our 'best' is my parents Noritake dinner service that was bought in Singapore which was 50 years ago.

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had to google noritake, nice looking china sets, for some odd reason i sometimes use a proper bone china tea cup if i make a brew at home and try to convince myself it tastes far better :rolleyes:
 

CatmanV2

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We had Denby for our wedding present. Still going strong, although looking a little used now. It's remarkably expensive to replace as our pattern (Boston) is no longe made.

Our 'best' is my parents Noritake dinner service that was bought in Singapore which was 50 years ago.

C


had to google noritake, nice looking china sets, for some odd reason i sometimes use a proper bone china tea cup if i make a brew at home and try to convince myself it tastes far better :rolleyes:
The pattern is called Sabrina (just Googled)

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Been out of production since 1964 apparently. Not so much that I like it, but it has been a touch point in my life since before I can remember.

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Ebenezer

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Our 'best' is my parents Noritake dinner service that was bought in Singapore which was 50 years ago.
We have a 12 setting peice best dinner service as wedding presents, and also half of my parents Noritake service (bought in HK 50 years ago!)

Neither of which gets uses as you can't fit enough food on the plates and they won't go in the dish washer!

Don't get me started on the coffee cups and tea cups. Completely useless as they are just not big enough for a decent slurp"

Also 2 best tea pots just in case we broke one (as if!)

Oh yeah, use Denby 100% of the time!

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philw696

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When I put the spoof post up i expected the debate to be about Paul Weller's band or Eric Clapton.
Didn't realise that you would get so excited about jam and cream, foreplay and potatoes.
Will it ever end.