Random Questions: Anyone in Edinburgh?


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kozsie
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100 posts since 12/9/07

17 Jun 2014 21:09
Mrtyn wrote: I don't like the nightlife where I live either. I'm not sure why it's annoying you that I don't like Edinburgh. It's just my opinion. I like pubs not bars so that maybe explains it.

I'm not arsed what you think, you just sounded cuntish. The fact you're not naming your location does speak volumes though.

Fife, lol.



Mrtyn
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969 posts since 30/1/14

posted 17 Jun 2014 21:20, edited 17 Jun 2014 21:20
Well I didn't mean to be. I was kidding with my initial comment. And again what the fuck does where I live have anything to do with whether or not I like Edinburgh? Ive not long moved out to the the sticks with fuck all nightlife. It's not far from such shit holes as kirkcaldy and dunfermline. I have personal reasons for staying in this area, regardless of whether I like it or not. Would I recommend anyone visit the area. Of course not.
If you don't agree with me and can offer advice about great places to go then crack on. I couldn't care less so please just fuck off with your lol you fucking arsepiece.
kozsie
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100 posts since 12/9/07

posted 17 Jun 2014 21:26, edited 17 Jun 2014 21:26
Went to that Oxford Street in that there London, this sounds like a huge generalisation but it's full of cunts.

Nothing wrong with the city, just the people mind - all of them.
Mrtyn
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969 posts since 30/1/14

17 Jun 2014 21:28
Lol
DuffMan
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14270 posts since 21/2/07

17 Jun 2014 22:58
If you don't think Edinburgh has good pubs you're a proper weirdo
Mrtyn
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969 posts since 30/1/14

17 Jun 2014 23:46
I'm pretty sure I never said that. I'll try to clarify. Is Edinburgh a beautiful city? Yes. Is there good restaurants in Edinburgh? Yes. Are there decent bars/pubs in Edinburgh? Yes. Clubs not so much. The Honeycombs Break it Down Club night was fuckin brilliant though and had a great crowd. Is there a fairly high percentage of pretentious cunts? Yes. Same could be said for a lot of cities/towns I suppose. In general, for a night out I would prefer Glasgow as there is a higher ratio of good to shite places to go and the people, for the most part, are a bit more down to earth. So I apologise for making such sweeping generalisations and Ive made some more, but it started of tongue and cheek and got taken a bit too seriously. I only have my experience to draw from unfortunately and if it differs from anyone else's, tough shit. I've had enough experience of Edinburgh to draw my own conclusions. I don't need some cunt trying to tell me how great a city is I fuckin lived in for 5 years and have visited at least once a month for over 10.
kozsie
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100 posts since 12/9/07

18 Jun 2014 09:03
Martyn, are you getting sex? Seems like you're a bit uptight.

p.s your Auntie doesn't count.
andymakesglasses
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20179 posts since 26/1/06

18 Jun 2014 09:13
Maybe we could all just calm down and agree that everyone is allowed their own opinion.
figurine
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5722 posts since 14/5/07

18 Jun 2014 09:14
Laughing out loud at getting so annoyed over someone not liking Edinburgh
Mrtyn
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969 posts since 30/1/14

18 Jun 2014 09:27
I take it all back, Edinburgh is wonderful. I promise to never say a bad word against it again. I will also make an effort to get a ride so I will be less uptight about being told what to think. Kozsie, remind your mother to fone me when she's off the rag. This is really all her fault you know.
kozsie
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100 posts since 12/9/07

18 Jun 2014 10:11
I'm just fucking with you.

Keep telling your cool stories and enjoy wherever you're from.
Ulster_Blue
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5189 posts since 16/7/06

18 Jun 2014 10:28
More chance of having a good time in Glasgow, but Edinburgh is still a cool city.
jspaczynski
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616 posts since 6/11/10

18 Jun 2014 11:03
MoB wrote: going up for the bank holiday weekend, staying on the royal mile or something? Going to a few of the shows but any essential things to do/see?

Edinburgh will be amazing in August esp with the Festival are you coming the first or last week ?

There are a load of amazing new bars Panda & Sons is one of the best there are some great places for food around too depends on what you like but you have loads of options.

If you want to pm me happy to give you a wider rundown if you still need it
jspaczynski
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616 posts since 6/11/10

18 Jun 2014 11:25
http://www.buzzfeed.com/hilarywardle/17-things-overheard-in-glasgow-aplm
inversesquare
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6663 posts since 7/6/08

28 Jul 2014 20:35
Need a restaurant for the end of August for my friend's birthday. Somewhere nice but not too topper for about 10 of us.
Hi-Definition
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1703 posts since 6/12/08

28 Jul 2014 20:45
Kanpai sushi is good, if there's 10 of you they'll put you in a booth. Chaopraya on castle street is nice aswell.
MattC
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657 posts since 20/3/12

28 Jul 2014 20:48
miros cantina on rose street is class
andymakesglasses
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20179 posts since 26/1/06

29 Jul 2014 07:33
Timberyard?
Hi-Definition
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1703 posts since 6/12/08

29 Jul 2014 10:08
Timberyard is ace but the drinks prices are mad. The ocean speakers in the bathrooms are Laughing out loud Laughing out loud
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698 posts since 26/11/07

29 Jul 2014 10:26
MOB you have to do Abandoman if they are on at the festival.