Discussion in 'London and the South East' started by Hollis, Sep 7, 2009.
The pre-cooked chickens in Morrisons were abit small tonight.
Someones been stabbed probably, quite possibly outside the bookies and some Somalian lads are practicing looking quizzical, strung out, edgy and apathetic all at the same time
Well, nobody beat me up anyway.. pretty good for a Monday. Really wasn't in the mood for it.
wtf, i don't even know where wood green is
nuff said really....
So no-one else saw the chickens then?
Why are you in the Wood Green chatter thread then, I'm just trying to give it a bit of unsubstantiated gossip flavour. I bought a flask in Wilko's for 2.99 theres the reality not so interesting so added a bit of flavour, 2.99 is real value though
i see chickens fairly regularly.
not often in morrisons tho.
you're the one who accused me of being in wood green
There's a good shop just down from Morrison's - proper butchers. Sells alot of chickens.
I buy my fish in the market, nice Snapper, not a great chicken eater myself
Oh yes. That'll be the market behind Wilkinson's??
I fell asleep on the 121 yesterday when I was going to Southgate and ended up in Wood Green.
I crossed the road and got the 121 back in the other direction about three minutes later.
That was my first experience of Wood Green.
I played football around Wood Green quite a bit as a kid. Haringey Youth League you see.
Post match MaccyDs on Wood Green High Rd were a weekend highlight but there was a fair chance of getting some shit off bigger kids on the bus back.
I see you're in Enfield Lock PO. Freezywater?
as it happens harringay is south of wood green though it is in the borough of haringey.
not alot of people know that.
Enfield Island Village.
Though I would like to live in Freezywater just for the name!
I bought Trompe le Monde by The Pixies at the old Our Price in Wood Green Shopping City when it came out back in 1992 (I think).
That is my happiest memory of Wood Green.
My flat stinks of vomit does anyone wanna come and clean it for me?
It that the one on the old munitions site?
Just googled and yes. I worked in that site years ago when it was none as the Royal Small Arms Depot. Put in many of the utilities and was always most amused at the site drawings of potentially dangerous leftover munitions to watch out for
Lee Enfield rifle an all that?
I DID not know that! I always thought it was slapdash copy. Cheers for the knowledge, blud
Can't remember but that would make sense.
There was a good awful club round that way too.
Called 'Rifles' in fact!
We drove through Wood Green last Saturday on our way out of London and down to Cornwall. At least, I think it was Wood Green. Probably more Edmonton now I think about it. Anyway, Falmouth is gorgeous.
Is "The Nelson" pub still open?
Not sure. It was the first time I've ever been to Falmouth.
Rifles burned in mysterious circumstances long ago - (before I moved here in 2006 anyway).
It's being turned into more flats.
As for the heavy metals still on site, our covenant sates we can't dig for more than a meter in the garden without some approval from someone or other.
But in 2006, a three bedroom house for £225k, who cares about a bit of mercury poisoning?
I used to drink in there, a decade ago when I lived in Wood Green.
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