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What's the oldest piece of kit that you still regularly use?

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Apparently it's turned focaccia

 

http://www.princeofteck.co.uk/

 

For a while in the late '80's it was the only pub in London where you could get Bundy rum.

 

Incidentally, Harrods was the only bottle-o to sell it wtf??@@

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Does anyone still drink Fosters ? Gone the way of the dinosaurs IMO.

 

 

 

 

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Not in the UK.....widely available, I'm sure it's now owned (and has been for a number of years) by a UK brewery

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Mad Poms is who!

Best export Aus ever did - anything to get rid of it! :happyshades:

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Fosters is like drinking knatts piss, they should have kept it in Aus!

And that, my friend, is the very reason we got rid of it!

Mind you, it's better cold than any of that war\m swill you Brits drink! :sjcool:

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Warm beer, yeah it is pretty yuck!

I do like the way Japanese always serve beer ice cold!

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My body is the oldest piece of kit that I still use. It's got a few seasons left in it I hope.....

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My body is the oldest piece of kit that I still use. It's got a few seasons left in it I hope.....

 

That is a concern Δ

 

Then a toss up between pair of black frayed edge session pants and a grungy olive green Katmandu thermal - wish I could say it was my helicopter!

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