Discussion of the more serious side of the Mail's agenda
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By davidjay
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#410992
Cyclist wrote:On my way to the pub at 10 to 9 last night there were a lot of very drunk people waving their arms around and shouting. The town centre was full of 'em. If getting disgustingly drunk and making an arse of yourself is the correct way to "celebrate your Englishness" then the whole thing wants banning. It was every bit as bad as whenever In-ger-lund get knocked out of a major foopball competition :roll:
I spoke to someone last night who was convinced they were celebrating St George's birthday .
By Hairy_Ears
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mojojojo wrote:
Hairy_Ears wrote:There were a few St George cross flags in the Coopers Arms in Rochester last night, and plenty of bunting outside the Shozna Indian restaurant.
Sounds like a pleasant night out.
Sadly I was only driving past the Shozna (don't worry, I'd been on the lemonades!)

As for the atmosphere in the pub, I wasn't aware of any xenophobic posturing from anybody in there, and (apart from the dog trying to gas us) it was indeed a pleasant way to pass a couple of hours.
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