Anyone fancy a beer?

Just a typical Friday night question...

  • I thought you'd never ask37.68%26 votes
  • Let me put some lippy on, I'll be there in ten20.29%14 votes
  • Why not, nothing better to do10.14%7 votes
  • Sorry, washing my hair tonight7.25%5 votes
  • After the week I've had, too blinking right7.25%5 votes
  • Naaah, to many things to do tomorrow7.25%5 votes
  • Go on then, it's still early5.80%4 votes
  • Only if you're paying4.35%3 votes
  • Already seeing Derek later, maybe another time0%0 votes
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    • #191873
      Emily
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      Always up for a nice pint of bitter!

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      Jennifer Swanson
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      @ Donna,  So I’ve got it, I think I’ve got it.

      two people separated by a common language.

      A quid is a pound of octopus

      Champers are friends with teeth.

      Tripe is a Trump speech.

      Milk stout is what munchkins drink.

      Jellied eels are not proper for a lady to say.

      Whippets go with handcuffs

      there’s no “d” in pigeons.

      A date is a night out with a prune.

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        Donna James
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        I think your getting there.

        However we are indeed two peoples (nations divided by a common language).

        Although archaic piDgeon is a acceptable spelling for our feathered friends, probably reflects when I attended school. There is also a U in color over here, however spell check seems to be trying to make it obsolete. The rest of it I think you got it. You are now a honorary Manc, scouser, geordie, cockney,brummie, jock, taffie, etc. Take your pick.

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      Paula1
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      Here in Australia we seem to drink to much but why not

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        Donna James
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        Friday night comes around again more amber nectar. That’s if you’ve any left with the amount sold over here. G’day.

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      Elise Michelle
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      I always find it humorous that we here in the U.S. claim to speak “English”, because I didn’t understand half of what was said in this thread. 🙂

      That said, I’m not much of a beer drinker, but I’ll gladly toss down a few scotches with y’all.

      Hugs,

      Elise

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        Donna James
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        Don’t worry Elise I have people 30 miles east and west of me who I don’t understand in Yorkshire or Liverpool. I presume there are areas in the States whose accents take some understanding. Don’t get me started on Shakespeare, the Bard takes some understanding. Remember we’ve had over a thousand years to bugger up this language. Anyway tally ho lass.

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      Jennifer Swanson
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      @ Donna James – Can we get a translation here -That’s a date then milk stout and tripe with black pudding, I really know how to show a girl a good time, we could watch some whoppers or pidgeons racing. Bellies eels and champers down there, presume it’s champers at 6 quid a time.😘

      • #191326
        Donna James
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        Your translation, you did ask.

        quid is a pound.

        Champers is champagne.

        Tripe northern offal lining of cows stomach I believe.

        Tripe more offal pigs blood involved somewhere, delicacyin Bury, map required.

        Milk stout a bit like Guineas.

        Jellied eels southern delicacy, ask Rachel for that one.

        Whippets are dogs we race them apparently, pidgeons are well pidgeons.

        A date is night out.

        All good I hope.

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    • #191102
      Molly
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      Hmmmm.

      Friday night… A drink and natter with the girls… If only I could drink, well there’s always the nattering, and they can drink.

      Molly

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        Donna James
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        Not a drinker then Molly. I am sure you get great pleasure watching the others slowly bowing to the demon drink.

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          Molly
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          Donna;

          It’s funny that today this came up… I have a condition, which effectively, can be called an allergy (just to keep the story short)… I can drink a very little, but it hurts long before I get a buzz, so effectively can’t, but know I’d love too.

          My dear wife was asked to join some ladies for drinks last night, and I had to go and collect her and the car to get her home, I was asked to come in to find 7 GGs valiantly trying to empty more bottles, and they were pretty far gone.   Not so funny, but very nice to be invited to sit with them a while.   Can’t say the conversation made a lot of sense.   Sometimes it’s fun, sometimes it’s just painful to watch… But when it’s the “Women” and they’re generally happy it’s all good and count me in.

          Maybe it’s just as well I can’t… Otherwise I may be out to more people.

          -Molly

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            Donna James
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            To be honest here in the UK drink is a cultural thing. We seem to enjoy getting leery and wanting to fight the world. When I started it was also social ‘the local’ where you would meet friends. Now people go to the supermarket and get tanked up on cheap stuff. Anyway take the positives not drinking will make you healthier and definitely richer. And enjoy the company of those fellow women.

            Donna.

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            Rachel Toni
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            “We seem to enjoy getting leery and wanting to fight the world.”

            You’re not in the North by any chance Donna? Us southern softies don’t want to chip a nail 😉

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            Donna James
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            Yes Rachel ‘northern monkey’ I believe is what you call us. Think it’s the Viking I fluency drinking in the great hall before finishing the night with a good fight. Obviously being a lady I only pull hair. Do these customs not happen below the Watford gap.

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            Rachel Toni
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            I would never call you that Sweetie! Some of my best friends’… serfs are from ooop norf. Sorry Donna – feeling playful tonight. You are right, the pre-loading and laddish culture is prevent across the UK. The only reason it isn’t in London is it’s at least £6 a pint.

            Please don’t pull my hair 😕

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            Donna James
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            I would never pull your hair. In fact if you ever venture into the wild north I’ll take thee for a milk stout, we could have a grand time lass. Not sure many on here will have a clue what we are on about.

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            Rachel Toni
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            Why thank you Domna. Not sure if we en femme or in drab for that stout (and tripe?) but sounds like fun. Assuming it is en femme, we could then tag team anyone that has a pop at us? They would see beauty and the beast… 😉

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            Donna James
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            That’s a date then milk stout and tripe with black pudding, I really know how to show a girl a good time, we could watch some whoppers or pidgeons racing. Bellies eels and champers down there, presume it’s champers at 6 quid a time.😘

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            Donna James
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            Should be jellied eels, hate predictive text.

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      Donna James
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      usual Friday night beer followed by rum then talking rubbish, walking unsteadily and eventually collapsing in bed.

      Monday nearing oh dear I need a drink.

    • #185699
      Fiona-Ann Moss
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      LOL! i’m not ladylike! mines defo, a beer!! you will all just have to carry me out later on!! *giggles*

      Fiona xxx

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      • #191423
        Donna James
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        Wines ok Fiona remember the slogan

        ‘ Lambrini girls just want to have fun’

        might have to purchase a bottle or two. Party!

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        Michelle Wilmington
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        Funny I should be reading this Saturday morning after a night of beer, poker, and a mild hangover this morning. I won though.

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      Annie Potts
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      As a lady I prefer wine or a fancy drink.

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      Camryn Occasionnel
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      It just dawned on me —- all these years, I’ve never had a beer en femme! I’ve sipped some wine on occasion while cooking en femme. At home, of course, since I’m still too closet-bound to go out dressed.

      However, if someone out there (not me, however!) wants to organize an online “Friday beer night,” where we all have our beers at the ready, then log into CDH chat, wet our whistles, and tittle-tattle ‘til the wee hours, well, let me know when! I’ll need to buy some beer!

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      Jennifer Swanson
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      It’s Friday night I’m getting ready to spend the weekend outdoors.  But wait.  I’m retired so every night is Friday night and every day is Saturday.

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      Marianne
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      Don’t drink beer. Never liked the taste of it. An occasional glass of whine a cople of times a year is ok.

      Marianne

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        stephanie plumb
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        Whine and cople?  You sure you ‘aven’t  had a phew alreadie?

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      Dame Veronica Graunwolf
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      Anytime is a good time for a cold beer!

      Edith….go fetch me a beer will ya….huh? Oh….OK Atchie!

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      Tiffany Alexis
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      After the past two days, bring it. Gonna have that beer, and it’s friends, no matter who’s with me, so might as well be social.

      She who dares, wins.

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      Alysson Manson
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      BLOODY MARY FOR ME ,MAKES ME SILLY

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      Michelle Liefde
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      And a beer was on the menu tonight!  Glad I did. It felt well earned.

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      Becky Cox
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      “Ah, good ol’ trustworthy beer. My love for you will never die.” — Homer J. Simpson.

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      Amber Martinez
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      Sorry id rather.go to the MALL and do some girl shopping for new dresses and skirts

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      • #191052
        Amber Martinez
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        Thank you to all my girls who replied rather go shopping at the mall. Omg a girls favorite thing to do.

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        Marianne
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        Do yoy want company Amber. Let us shop untill we drop.

        Marianne

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      https://www.crossdresserheaven.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/woman-gray-1.jpgAnonymous
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      Speaking solely for myself, a beer is 3-5lbs.  just looking at it.  🙂   Rain cheque? 🙂  Ha!  Aimee

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