Although it's more a slang term. Trump in Britain means fart.
All hail President Fart.
c933103 wrote:Even if they want more A380, why now?
Redd wrote:If only the Rabbis had been armed, none of this would have happened......
Trump wrote:"If they had protection inside, maybe it could have been a different situation,"
vikkyvik wrote:Any phrase that contains the word "piss" that doesn't refer to urination.
Particularly "taking the piss".
Good job hardly anyone actually says that! I've moved to the North from the South ten years ago and still find strange sayings and phrases crop up. Although, I did hear a good one yesterday at work, "May as well be hung for a sheep as a lamb", meaning if you're going to commit a misdeed, y...Jump to post
Dieuwer wrote:I definitely would change the way how I live my life, knowing when I would die. If much earlier then expected, I would definitely start splurging on fancy biz trips to exotic destinations
How about you?
Try driving around Orlando where I am now—that would considered amusing. GF I did that back in November. It was an experience. I usually drive on the left side of the road in a manual transmission little Ford Fiesta. I had to drive under different road rules, on the right in an automatic, huge Ford...Jump to post
Not able to post links to pictures right now, but didn't KLM update their livery a few years back by changing the dark blue cheatline from thick to thin? (Before all the wavy line nonsense)Jump to post
I wonder if this means we'll be seeing more of them in use, and more places accepting them? I've probably only seen one in the last 5 years, my mum used one in Waterstones and the staff seemed quite flummoxed. They needed a manager to authorise the transaction. My suggestion for the note... I'm goin...Jump to post
PatrickZ80 wrote:Air Transat A310
I play games along the lines of Farming Simulator 2017, Euro Truck Simulator 2 and Spintires I honestly have a hard time imagining anything more bland and boring than that. What's the appeal? Probably just the same as to why you're interested in whatever you're interested in. Everyone has interest,...Jump to post
Jeez man, how long was the journey?
You had enough time go from partners to fiance, then wife by the time you boarded at LHR.
It didnt look like they were aiming the water for a prolonged period at the door, shouldnt that door be "waterproof" anyway?? Consider the pressure at which that water cannon flow is hitting the door. It's probably jiggled the door in its frame enough to trigger the door opened sensors an...Jump to post
But Xbox is the correct console franchise.Jump to post
City Skylines. Love it, I have the Xbox One version. It can get quite addictive. I do struggle with traffic though. I add major trunk routes in and out of areas, bus lanes, one way systems etc, but my streets still jam up. I even ran a major motorway underground with entrance and exit ramps leading...Jump to post
Airstud wrote:Looks like you've been surreptitiously wielding stronger weapons than that:
https://www.cnn.com/2018/09/26/europe/r ... index.html
I once read Airframe by Michael Crichton on a 9 hour overnight flight (can't sleep on planes). I was totally engrossed! That flight literally flew by.Jump to post
I can't wait for full metrification of the UK. I was born in 1987, so I've only ever been taught metric in school, although when we go to kmph from mph itll take some getting used to. After driving for over ten years I've gotten a 'feel' for gauging mph speeds. Similar to temperature, 21°c makes a l...Jump to post
frigatebird wrote:Range and cargo capabilities of new generation aircraft like the 77W, 787 and A350 are now so good, a combi would not be required for KL.
Brits abroad make Americans look like the pinnacle of the civilized world... Don't give me all that cobblers! I've encountered American tourists in the wild in London, Edinburgh, Manchester and Orlando. Not tarring all with the same brush, but the majority are self entitled, brash and rude. I have ...Jump to post
Yorkshire: Yorkshire puddings and Yorkshire tea. Lincolnshire: Lincolnshire sausages Devonshire: custard. (I know no-one actually calls Devon, Devonshire these days) These items make it hard to decide a winner due to deliciousness of all. One thing is for sure, Lancashire is not the correct shire, i...Jump to post
I flew twice (96 and 99) before 9/11, but I have absolutely no memory of either trip as I was born too late (memories don't start until you're an adult at 16). Thanks for everyone's comments. Eh? What's the point in going to school before age 16 then? It'll all be forgotten. For the record, I clear...Jump to post
CitizenJustin wrote:I’m just happy the first day of fall is in 13 days. I’m counting down as I’m not really the biggest fan of summer. Fall is a magical time
The sun set on the British empire a long time back. Why does this tiny island nation even need an aircraft carrier? Needlessly inflammatory comment. Probably the same reasons that other carrier owning nations with no empire needs one. What's India thinking, acquiring carriers? What about all those ...Jump to post
Sorry mum, the mob has spoken.Jump to post
Airstud wrote:You don't think the monorails should just be wrapped in gigantic Izod polo shirts?
wjcandee wrote:BlueberryWheats wrote:Wiggy... listen here, the MD11 and DC10 are dead as PAX aircraft. No-one is flying them hauling passengers. I believe this has been stated a few times in this thread.
Then why bother repeating it?