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I like the fact there is a large selection of pubs in bedlington, and to be honest, its a good thing their almost always empty.

*It dont take long to get a pint

*you can always get a seat

*if someone upsets you in one, theirs plenty more to chose from

*if you just want a quiet pint, your in luck

*if you want a certain atmosphere, theirs a pub with it (with the exception of 'busy and exciting!)

*if your looking for a certain agegroup, theirs a pub that specialises in it (10-18, 16-24, 20-60, 16-100 etc)

and more...

I'm sure you can add some pro's and cons.

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I like the fact there is a large selection of pubs in bedlington, and to be honest, its a good thing their almost always empty.

*It dont take long to get a pint

*you can always get a seat

*if someone upsets you in one, theirs plenty more to chose from

*if you just want a quiet pint, your in luck

*if you want a certain atmosphere, theirs a pub with it (with the exception of 'busy and exciting!)

*if your looking for a certain agegroup, theirs a pub that specialises in it (10-18, 16-24, 20-60, 16-100 etc)

and more...

I'm sure you can add some pro's and cons.

There`s plenty pro`s and cons in the pubs to start with,i wouldn`t want to be adding anymore :lol:

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I like the fact there is a large selection of pubs in bedlington, and to be honest, its a good thing their almost always empty.

*It dont take long to get a pint

*you can always get a seat

*if someone upsets you in one, theirs plenty more to chose from

*if you just want a quiet pint, your in luck

*if you want a certain atmosphere, theirs a pub with it (with the exception of 'busy and exciting!)

*if your looking for a certain agegroup, theirs a pub that specialises in it (10-18, 16-24, 20-60, 16-100 etc)

and more...

I'm sure you can add some pro's and cons.

* if you want a watered down pint! that tastes of dish water! 

* if you want to blend in with the local chavas

* if you what to drink in shabby scum holes!

:lol::lol::lol:  

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i used to like the domino - altho it dont exist these days

It still exists!!

...but only in our hearts...

The only place in 100 square miles that could have been turned upside down and everyone could walk on the ceiling! i miss those carpets! :P

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It still exists!!

...but only in our hearts...

The only place in 100 square miles that could have been turned upside down and everyone could walk on the ceiling! i miss those carpets! :P

Last time I went in there it was still a picture house.

:D

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It still exists!!

...but only in our hearts...

The only place in 100 square miles that could have been turned upside down and everyone could walk on the ceiling! i miss those carpets! :P

and who can forget them cheap plastic tables and the newbiggin corner? :lol::P:lol:

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It still exists!!

...but only in our hearts...

The only place in 100 square miles that could have been turned upside down and everyone could walk on the ceiling! i miss those carpets! :P

People getting bottles planted in their head every weekend. Burnside dole bums everywhere, spending every penny of their child benefits. Lots of scruffy children stoned out of their greasy haired heads. Couldnt go to the toilet without being harrased by scum. When you got there the toilets were full of !*[email protected]# and puke anyway. Women with so much cake on their ugly faces it would take a pneumatic drill to get it off.

Very classy...

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i it was the local fight club! when it shut down northumbria police had to lay off half the force! :lol::lol:

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i it was the local fight club! when it shut down northumbria police had to lay off half the force! :lol::lol:

that sounds about right lol

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i used to like the domino - altho it dont exist these days

The Domino is the yardstick by which all other nightclubs are judged.

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nowt wrong with a friday night in bedrock man

we always have a good night in the sun, tavern and black bull. tend to stay clear of the rest tho!

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I briefly worked in The Grapes, which was... well, entertaining...

We drink at the Commy (bedlington community centre) and because hardly anyone goes there, it feels like our own little bar! Plus one of our good mates works there, which is added bonus =D

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