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Things I like about Lewes

 
 
On 12 Mar 2005 at 6:51pm Smiler wrote:
The countryside
The Snowdrop
The people
Bills
The Pailin
Lazattis
The All Saints
Cliffe
Harveys
The river
 
 
On 12 Mar 2005 at 7:18pm paex wrote:
I oppose your view.
The ESCC building
The drunk drivers taking residents parking spaces
The people
The clutter along the street
?
I have to agree
Trying to be all things and being none
Why?
You've got me again
Dirty sludge that can (and will) rise again
PS You forgot The Rooks.
 
 
On 12 Mar 2005 at 7:49pm Smiler wrote:
The glass is half full
 
 
On 12 Mar 2005 at 8:51pm me wrote:
Bonfire night! late night curries and real ale.
 
 
On 12 Mar 2005 at 10:51pm Janet Street Preacher wrote:
Chapel Hill
The Pells
Harveys
Jugs Lane
Gossipium
Guitar makers
Flint
 
 
On 13 Mar 2005 at 12:57am The Reverend wrote:
Harveys
Lewes F.C
The river
The countryside
Chapel Hill - my favorite location in Lewes other than the Dripping Pan;-)
John Harvey Tavern
The Snowdrop
The castle
The priory
Pablo Requena's guitar shop
The All Saints
I think theres just too much to mention!!! Lewes is such a great town. God knows why I left
 
 
On 13 Mar 2005 at 9:28pm The Super K wrote:
The pretentious artists who take up residence and sit arround in coffee shops all day telling each other how good they are, and the LIB DEMS! ...... I HATE THEM, Everything else is cool !
 
 
On 14 Mar 2005 at 12:19pm I-dont-live-there-anymore wrote:
The Flood of 2000
The lack of flood defenses of 2005
Crap parking for residents
Crap parking for visitors
Threatening men dispensing tickets while imitating bandsmen
The high cost of crowded over valued housing
Posers sitting outside Bills Bistro
Poor facilities for teenage kids (unless they play golf or bowls)
Demontforte Flats...
Weak Councilers with a "No Can Do Attitude"
The poor state of the Pells or dog poo ally as its sometimes refered to
Those speed humps that blend in so well with the"Much sort after historic Southover" area...
The planners remit to stuff as many new houses as possible in any small space...
 
 
On 14 Mar 2005 at 10:33pm chav wrote:
Managed to get a council exchange to Peacehaven did you?
 
 
On 15 Mar 2005 at 11:41am I-dont-live-there-anymore wrote:
Nope!
Didn't move to Peacehaven aka "Valium City".
What's "Council exchange"?... is that something poor people have to do?
 
 
On 15 Mar 2005 at 11:43am I-dont-live-there-anymore wrote:
The only cool think about Lewes was Iceland... and they closed!
lol
 
 
On 15 Mar 2005 at 10:47pm chav wrote:
oh hark at Richard branson.
 
 
On 16 Mar 2005 at 8:15am I dont-live-their-anymore wrote:
Nope not Richard Branson...
Touched a raw nerve have I Chav?
lol
One VERY good thing about Lewes is that when you sell your house (no parking... but with occasional river frontage) for a much over inflated price, you can buy a much bigger one just a few miles away.
Sozs... Now I have a nice garden... 5 bedrooms... study... garage... the sea and the South Downs just a short walk away.
You'd like it here Chav... It's really nice, but sadly no council houses.
Sorry mate!
 
 
On 16 Mar 2005 at 8:34am chav wrote:
That sounds like Seaford. hahahaha and you think you've made it!! hahaaaa.
ps, I own my own house and a flat that I rent out and I can afford to live in Lewes, not retirementville. Good luck, now dont be late for your doctors appointment.
 
 
On 16 Mar 2005 at 12:32pm I-dont-live-there-anymore wrote:
'Seaford? - I like the sound of the word.
It means people can live free, talk free, go or come, buy or sell, be drunk or sober, however they choose.
Some words give you a feeling.
Seaford is one of those words that makes me tight in the throat - the same tightness a man gets when his baby takes their first step or his son shaves or makes his first sound like a man.
Some words can give you a feeling that makes your heart warm.
Seaford is one of those words...
 
 
On 16 Mar 2005 at 9:06pm chav wrote:
This big house you live in, is it shared with other inmates? A clue for you. White coats are not a widespread fashion I'm afraid. Its only those looking after you that wear them.
 
 
On 17 Mar 2005 at 9:43am I-dont-live-there-anymore wrote:
Yes Chav... (I'll just humour him)
lol
 
 
On 17 Mar 2005 at 5:21pm chav wrote:
oh yeah, and that tightness in your throat. that'l be the carbon monoxide gushing from the unserviced bangers driven around seaford by the 'waiting for god' crew.
 
 
On 18 Mar 2005 at 12:20pm I-dont-live-there-anymore wrote:
Yes Chav.
Don't ever move here...
Please.
 
 
On 19 Mar 2005 at 9:29am chav wrote:
No worries there son. I'd have to be frikkin desperate before I was tempted on that backward step.
 
 
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