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TulseBoy

New Member
I can't agree with the Eagles recommendations. Both times I've been there I've had a really uneven haircut with the same guy (younger, with glasses). You can't really tell until you actually get home and look at the lengths. I suppose in the case of having it shaved it wouldn't be a problem. Perhaps I've just been unlucky to get the same guy twice. The owner, Rawand seems like a very nice chap though. I won't be going back unfortunately though.

Clepsydra in Herne Hill is always cheap, quick and easy so will be going back there.
 
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Smick

Strictly Second Class
I just went to Andy’s / Haircut Sir. They do a good job, and the bloke with the beard was very good with my son. £8 for a child’s cut, which is decent on a busy Saturday.
 

oldandjaded

Active Member
I used to go to the elderly Italian? gentlemen near the tulse hill cafe. When he left I went back to George's on kirkdale road sydenham. I may not have a lot of hair left but what I do he makes a nice job of it.
 

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hiraethified
There's been a spate of shop burglaries along Tulse Hill/West Norwood. Looks like the same guy who - bold as brass - kicks in the front door and takes whatever float is in the till.
 

oldandjaded

Active Member
Bit of an incident last night when I was coming home from work at 1am. Some chap in a black BMW 1 series was parked across my drive. When I asked him to move (horn blip) he gets all angry shouting "I know where you live".

It was all I could do resisting Mr Baseball bat who wanted to come out for a walk.
 

CH1

"Red Guard"(NLYL)
One for Tulse Hill historical connoisseurs:
Apparently a painting formerly thought to be of the French Dauphin has turned out to be Sir Henry Tulse - Lord Mayor of London 1683 - 1684.
I guess that Restoration period with Nell Gwyn and Charles II must have been a time of rip-roaring decadence - hence Tulse Hill???
john-closterman-lord-mayor.jpg
 

Nanker Phelge

Leave the gun. Take the cannoli.
Walking down Palace Road I saw a family of four green birds with long green tail feathers. They were bigger than budgies and smaller than parrots. Their features were more budgie than parrot. I didn't take pics cos my phone cam is poo.

Are they escaped, lost, yet another edition to our exotic bird skyscape?
 

colacubes

Well-Known Member
Walking down Palace Road I saw a family of four green birds with long green tail feathers. They were bigger than budgies and smaller than parrots. Their features were more budgie than parrot. I didn't take pics cos my phone cam is poo.

Are they escaped, lost, yet another edition to our exotic bird skyscape?
Parakeets. There's shit loads of them in South London. Various rumours about how they got here but they've been around for decades.
 

Nanker Phelge

Leave the gun. Take the cannoli.
I see the parakeets all the time. noisy cunts wake me up all the time. These looked like they had much longer tailfeathers, but my eyes are shit these days.
 
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