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On 8 Jul 2009 at 11:57am jonnyboy wrote:
I heard that leaflets were being handed out recently in the Cliffe suggesting that Woolies is to become a Peacocks.
On 8 Jul 2009 at 12:06pm bonfirek wrote:
That would be great news if true, the DFLS', TTL and Fiends Of Lewes (Sic) would go loopy though, brilliant!
On 8 Jul 2009 at 12:41pm Mystic Mog wrote:
I have heard that it is to be a Edinburgh woolen mill. Peacocks would be useful though. Another rumour was that it was to be a Wilkinsons.
Bonfirek, grow up. Your DFL ranting is getting very boring, predictable and inaccurate.
On 8 Jul 2009 at 12:47pm bonfirek wrote:
No, wont, shant, you can't make me, your not my muvver, i hate you, nuh, nuh, nuh, nuh, nuh!
On 8 Jul 2009 at 1:03pm Rozzer wrote:
Bonfirek, I can't understand why DFLs etc would be against Peacocks.
On 8 Jul 2009 at 2:00pm THe Major wrote:
Because they don't sell twine?
On 8 Jul 2009 at 2:03pm Pikelet wrote:
I think you mean organic twine, dontcha, sir? That and hand-weaved yoghourt...
On 8 Jul 2009 at 2:39pm The Major wrote:
Good point
On 8 Jul 2009 at 3:25pm Rozzer wrote:
Ah, now I understand. Is it anything to do with twine flu?
On 8 Jul 2009 at 7:18pm Geoff wrote:
Bonfirek, you sound just a little, teeny bit obsessed. If you are that worried about so called 'DFL's' (who are these people, is there an official list you are relying on?) then why not get a petition up. It seems to me that the only people with a raging interest in the old woolies shop are you and spongebob. (pressuming you are two different people) So called DFL's were quite happy with a Woolies, so pressumably will be quite happy with a peacocks. if you have statistics that prove otherwise, do share them with us all.
Must dash, I have to wash my modestly priced clothes, that I bought in Brighton.
On 8 Jul 2009 at 8:09pm Roly Mo wrote:
I'm with you Bonfirek, on both the Peacocks and DFL front. I for one am not getting bored of the DFL rant. It makes a change from slagging off the Council.
On 8 Jul 2009 at 9:01pm DFL and Proud wrote:
Am a DFL. I love Peacocks and miss Woolies very much. Am enjoying being stereotyped as a twine-buying fool with more money than sense, Bonfirek: keep up the good work!
On 8 Jul 2009 at 10:08pm Geoff wrote:
the difference is that the Council is a real thing. Twine buying DFL's that hate normal shops are a fantasy. maybe its a sexual thing? DFLophilia? I wonder where the DFL line is? Crawley? between Crawley and london? How far from london do you need to be? Do londoners hate UFL's? with their Peacock's love, and need to but fireworks and Harveys?
On 9 Jul 2009 at 12:32pm bonfirek wrote:
The DFL line is just north of Ringmer
On 9 Jul 2009 at 12:41pm DFLish wrote:
Yes, and the UFL line is just south of Horley. Any further up than that and you have to remove your Morris dancing outfit, stop talking about bonfires, drink real lager and cease moaning about anything that doesn't suit you. Also, ladies, you'll have to put on make-up I'm afraid.
On 9 Jul 2009 at 2:21pm Frak wrote:
DFL - does that mean Dunces From Lewes?
On 9 Jul 2009 at 2:57pm Barbie wrote:
The reason ladies from Lewes don't wear makeup, is that they are so damn beautiful already, without that muck.
On 10 Jul 2009 at 6:58pm Geoff wrote:
Ok, so how long can you leave Lewes for, before having deemed to be non local? 5 years? 5mins? and what if you were not born in Lewes, but the rest of your family was? How about if your mother was sleeping around, and you think you are from lewes, but actually your father is from...gulp...London? Is there somewhere we can all get genetically tested?
On 10 Jul 2009 at 7:03pm Keeley wrote:
What an absolue load of crap some people seem to spout - who cares if someone is "down from london" or if they are Lewes born and bred, or lived in Lewes for a few years and then moved on (ie me) it's a free country and people are all different and want different things, (which is the problem with thr world today!!) Lewes is not a private members-only club, ANYONE can come live there and have a right to their say!
And Rozzer loved the "twine flu," made me chortle

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