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Following on from the discussions at Whilton Mill (before the aches set in) who is up for a pre-Xmas London meet? Cuisine-wise we've done Curry and Mexican, so there is scope to try something new.

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DeskJockey
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Needles to say, I'll be up for this... curry takes some beating though!

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Yep. Finish job on 9th Nov, so any time between then and the end of November is good for me...

most certainly

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Id be open to that if you will have me

action jack84 said...

Id be open to that if you will have me

The more the merrier!

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DeskJockey
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Anyone have any days of the week they can / can't do?

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Not Wednesdays :)

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:x I was going to suggest the 28th as I'm off the next day.:)

Thursdays then maybe? Prefereably before the 28th.

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Which month? I can do most evenings.

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DeskJockey
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I thought we were looking at November?

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That'll work!

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DeskJockey
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its happen very certainly

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dainik bhasker

No spammers allowed unfortunately.

8th or 15th of November? How does that work for your scheduling pleasures?

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DeskJockey
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Out of those two, 15th sounds good.

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15th Nov works for me.

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So 15th it is then.

What are we attempting? Are we being brave and trying new cuisine or do we stay safe and go Curry/Mexican?

I would be up for something new on the food front.

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DeskJockey
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I'm flexible on food as long as it isn't French or too fancy!

We could do a lot worse than a nice bit of pub grub. Failing that, oriental food usually works for me as well. Please take in to consideration that having just shelled out £1600 deposit for the new place something reasonably priced is desirable for me as well.;)

I'll give Simon a nudge on PM, as he seemed interested.

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duncs500 said...

I'm flexible on food as long as it isn't French or too fancy!

We could do a lot worse than a nice bit of pub grub. Failing that, oriental food usually works for me as well. Please take in to consideration that having just shelled out £1600 deposit for the new place something reasonably priced is desirable for me as well.;)

I'll give Simon a nudge on PM, as he seemed interested.

I've PM'd Action Jack too. Pub nosh generally goes down well and also means we're not too far from the beer.

Alternatively: Hamburger Me.

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DeskJockey
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DECISION MADE!

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