April 29th Cock of The North Pub

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My mate took delivery of a brand new Macca GT last week. Took me for a ride out in it Saturday, boy is it quick and surprisingly compliant on our fen roads
 

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Gutted that I couldn't make it.

Does the Macca belong to Krishna? Looks like the end of his number plate... if so, good work that man!!
 

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For the avoidance of confusion or offence, the honourable gentleman is referring to an evening in France whereupon I approached diners waiting for food outside a restaurant whilst carrying Krishna on my back... And then asked them "did anyone order an Indian?"
Exactly right. The joke was only slightly marred by said Indian struggling to not pish himself giggling.

But yes, no one is above the law. I trust Dan!'s clarification of my comment has softened any offence caused, for which I apologise.
 

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For the avoidance of confusion or offence, the honourable gentleman is referring to an evening in France whereupon I approached diners waiting for food outside a restaurant whilst carrying Krishna on my back... And then asked them
Exactly right. The joke was only slightly marred by said Indian struggling to not pish himself giggling.

But yes, no one is above the law. I trust Dan!'s clarification of my comment has softened any offence caused, for which I apologise.
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I assumed there was a backstory; and it was only mildly offensive (probably Korma-level), otherwise, as you know, I would have written a long worthy essay.

It did remind me, however, of one of the three people I have killed (so far) in my life, who was an Indian business colleague (called Oshit Chatterjee) who died after trying to out-drink me on a trip to New Delhi. The company has an annual reunion dinner, which is always at a curry house, and the invitations always begin with "I expect Mark could murder an Indian". :oops:
 

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I assumed there was a backstory; and it was only mildly offensive (probably Korma-level), otherwise, as you know, I would have written a long worthy essay.

It did remind me, however, of one of the three people I have killed (so far) in my life, who was an Indian business colleague (called Oshit Chatterjee) who died after trying to out-drink me on a trip to New Delhi. The company has an annual reunion dinner, which is always at a curry house, and the invitations always begin with "I expect Mark could murder an Indian". :oops:
Did the other two keep saying grill instead of grille? Has anyone heard from Wattie lately?
 

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I assumed there was a backstory; and it was only mildly offensive (probably Korma-level), otherwise, as you know, I would have written a long worthy essay.

It did remind me, however, of one of the three people I have killed (so far) in my life, who was an Indian business colleague (called Oshit Chatterjee) who died after trying to out-drink me on a trip to New Delhi. The company has an annual reunion dinner, which is always at a curry house, and the invitations always begin with "I expect Mark could murder an Indian". :oops:
Your Indian track record is worse than mine. Deported once, food poisoning once, skittled down an escalator by a tumbling Indian and two heavy bags once. Although, aided by a Swiss man, we managed to stop him before he made it too much further.