Discussion in 'Brixton' started by editor, Feb 1, 2012.
Can't be that famous as I have no idea who you're talking about
Nope, still no idea
you haven't heard of anyone!
I didn't say I hadn't heard of him, I just haven't watched the programme
I've heard of the programme, just not watched it
IMHO you've really missed out if you didn't even see the first series. Then again, it helped that one of the characters was very like a techie I knew, so that made it funnier.
I know, and it's a programme I probably would have watched if I'd known about it at the time, but I probably ended up watching some other crap, or maybe it clashed with something good like NCIS
Oh well, you've reminded me to add the dvd boxset to my wishlist.
Have been looking around. Fairly cheap in some places. Looks like could be cheaper buying them individually in some cases as well
£18 for series 1-4 boxset
You can get Series 1-2 for under £5 though
By the time you throw in the postage though, there's not much difference. I prefer to pay for it to go through the real post, not Amazon Prime etc.
Play.com is free postage
Second-hand on Amazon Marketplace for under £5 (Series 1 and 2) including postage
Amazon is free postage anyway
I passed a posse of well turned out chaps and chapesses swilling champers from a bottle along Coldharbour Lane in Brikkers earlier, as they headed to the Doggers. "Gosh! That's awfully decadent!", I thought.
Hopefully they will start posting on Urbers.
I hope so. We could do with some new younger blood.
Jolly ho! Did you not take pictures of this new tourist attraction?
Which champagne was it?
Coming back from the pub, I passed two proper "Broken Brixton" young ladies, hopelessly drunk, wearing next to nothing and holding each other up as they staggered across Coldharbour Lane.
A bit like this. But only two of them.
I think I just heard them come in. singing.
Just heard Coldharbour Lane closed by Loughborough Junction
Hope it's not a bad accident
Was really sad to read in the SLP today that Websters is closing - after 140 years apparently as Mr Webster is retiring and none of his kids want to take over. It's a really useful shop for me and we always enjoy going in there - we've always had really good service. Such a shame.
Real Taste (28 Brixton Water Lane) which has been closed a while now seems to have work going on in there. Been painting and fitting going on for a week or so now.
Any rumours? If it is a muffin or coffee shop I will not be held responsible for my actions
what kind of shop is it? mr webster must be well old
Passed Paolo'z Way tonight and it is going to be called Where Am I cafe and shop as I think I already said. The shop part looks like it is going to be vintage knick knacks and clothes. cafe upstairs and shop down.
How convenient for you - I look forward to seeing your new vintage knick-knacks outfit next time I see you. Not anywhere near my place though - I don't want the neighbours thinking I associate with SW2 types.
That's a real shame. That was a proper shop.
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