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Discussion in 'SMB' started by yyy, May 29, 2019.

  1. Jenks

    Jenks Central Defender

    Safe to say you went to the wrong boozers in that case.
     
  2. Mackem DJ

    Mackem DJ Striker

    Yeah maybe.
     
  3. RJs shoes

    RJs shoes Full Back

    Was in that pub last year.
    It has a large balcony with a tremendous sea view.
    You can almost imagine you're on a Mediterranean holiday .... almost (cos it's a Weatherspoons in Ramsgate).
     
  4. Ken Tishtown

    Ken Tishtown Goalkeeper

    You can order from the app. You should know - you’ve bought me drinks

    Walked past on in whitstable and it was previously an Art Deco cinema. Really nice building

    They’d kept a lot of the original cinematography equipment and kept it in the pub. Was alright
     
    Last edited: Jun 1, 2019
  5. monkeytassle

    monkeytassle Striker

    Ah yes peas and prosecco
     
  6. Falconhoof

    Falconhoof Winger

    I was in the Harrogate one the other day. It's an old winter gardens building and the clientele seemed very decent for a 'Spoons.
     
  7. Waskerly Mackem

    Waskerly Mackem Goalkeeper

    I've not read this through.

    Durham Wetherspoons seems to produce its odd collection of oddities from mid-afternoon onwards.

    Passing through Durham towards Middlesbrough (enough to drive anyone to alcohol) on Wednesday, a pisshead got on my bus.

    The drunk that got on was pure comedy. The driver bollocking him and told him to put his bottle of Lambrini away. So he did and got out another one. And he tried to drink it while trying to get the entire bus to sing "Always look on the bright side of life" while much of the Lambrini missed his mouth, poured down his clothes and formed rivulets all over the floor of the bus.

    You just knew the stagger off the bus wasn't going to go well but somehow it seems he narrowly avoided face planting the pavement. A discrete photo had to be taken as I couldn't believe what I was watching. I'll post up when I can remember how to.

    It's stupid o'clock and I'm going to bed.
     
    Last edited: Jul 12, 2019
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  8. Hank Scorpio

    Hank Scorpio Midfield

    I find with Spoons it’s all about the management. A good manager tends to keep the scumbag element out. A bad manager, desperate for the income, let’s the scumbags in and the pub quickly just becomes a shithole
     
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  9. yamar1

    yamar1 Striker

    Love spoons me. Cheap and cheerful, what more does a man want.
     
  10. The soap powder

    The soap powder Full Back

    Two sides to Spoons

    Took father in law for a few beers the other afternoon ..... cheap beer and good craic

    Went for breakfast with the missus (no) 9am in the morning and full table of fellas blind drunk and not stopping either

    This was the Houghton Boars head
     
  11. Henners61

    Henners61 Full Back

    Its a cracking pub - ws in last weekend . Passed a couple enjoying a bottle of Moet . Dont get that in King Johns , Hartlepool :)
     
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  12. SPUFF

    SPUFF Striker

    Was sat outside the deansgate one and on the next table were 3 lasses with a massive jug of cocktail. Tramp came slong n ran off with it!:lol: Night of his life!

    Had a breakfast in hartlepool one n few couples with babies on the piss at 9am, tragic.

    Chelmsford one last week, after £4.50 shite lagers elsewhere it was £4.15 for a john smiths n a shipyard(present favourite). Cant go wrong really.

    Me n our lass were stunned in there once. 2 scratter lads n a lass sat down with a pint n she calmly sucked one of them off, packed saturday afternoon!!!

    True. Hpool one had a bloke called Alan who took no shit whatsoever.
     
    Last edited: Jul 12, 2019
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  13. gabbiadini1

    gabbiadini1 Winger

    Not sure if I’ve misread that. She sucked the pint down or one of the lads?!
     
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  14. Henners61

    Henners61 Full Back

    I have been in King Johns once and that was when it first opened . It was enough . Dont mind Lloyds but rarely go down town now anyway . Seaton Carew is canny for a few sociables - little pub where th Schooner was , 9 anchors if you can get in and a new bar just opened a few weeks ago near the Chinese takeway on the Front - havent tried it yet
     
  15. eddtheduck

    eddtheduck Midfield

    I’ve never noticed any drunks, Alcos or pi$$heeds when I’ve been in any Wetherspoons at 8am ;)
     
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  16. Teed

    Teed Striker

    Sounds like he's been in Spoons and the beers got the best of him like.
     
  17. SPUFF

    SPUFF Striker

    One of the blokes, like it was the most normal thing to do. Unreal.
     
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  18. Wonder if there was any nurses in showing stockings.
    Any nurses in, yyy?
     
  19. SPUFF

    SPUFF Striker

    Just learnt of that new place this week, think seaton on the up.
     
  20. turtleiris

    turtleiris Full Back

    Couldn't fault the Harrogate one mind. Beautiful building, £8.30 for 2 double gins and tonic. £21 round the corner at a hipster bar. No contest really.
     

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