A Conversation for Flat Cap and Muffler Club Spring Onion

Leeds Autumn Radish

Post 341

Granny Weatherwax - ACE - Hells Belle, Mother-in-Law from the Pit - Haunting near you on Saturday

The Bolton Broccoli


Leeds Autumn Radish

Post 342

2legs - Hey, babe, take a walk on the wild side...

The Prague Pea?


Leeds Autumn Radish

Post 343

Granny Weatherwax - ACE - Hells Belle, Mother-in-Law from the Pit - Haunting near you on Saturday

That might be better off in Pemberton

What about the Blackpool Broad Bean next summer?


Leeds Autumn Radish

Post 344

2legs - Hey, babe, take a walk on the wild side...

Sounds like fun, haven't been to Blackpool for years.


Leeds Autumn Radish

Post 345

shrinkwrapped

The Bournemouth Black Bean sounds good (especially if I go to Uni there!).


Leeds Autumn Radish

Post 346

2legs - Hey, babe, take a walk on the wild side...

Has there started yet a thing for the autum parsnip/raddish? like there is/was for the Spring Onion? Not that long till September.
Not that long to Christmas either smiley - biggrin


Leeds Autumn Radish

Post 347

Cakewalker

The Derby Dandelion - sorry, couldn't think of a vegetable starting with D. 2legs, *please* don't say Christmas is close - I've not filled my tax return in yet smiley - erm Of course, the Christmas one is easy to name - the Christmas Cranberry.

*apologies* to anyone not understanding the reference to grit smiley - smiley


Leeds Autumn Radish

Post 348

Tinkerbell *tumbleweed*

*grins*
If we stay quiet here CW we might get the Christmas meet in Sheffield and then we'll only have to get on 1 bus smiley - winkeye


Leeds Autumn Radish

Post 349

2legs - Hey, babe, take a walk on the wild side...

So, in vegetable terms; what is grit???

The Stockport Sweed?


Leeds Autumn Radish

Post 350

Amy the Ant - High Manzanilla of the Church of the Stuffed Olive

Shall I start up a page for the Leeds Radish then?


Leeds Autumn Radish

Post 351

2legs - Hey, babe, take a walk on the wild side...

I think that would be a good idea; its a bit confussing having the conversations over radish on the spring onion threads smiley - smiley and I guess its not long to go to radish? Post the thinggy for the radish here and then people like me for one smiley - tongueout will know where it is? smiley - sleepy why am I smiley - sleepy so tired?


Leeds Autumn Radish

Post 352

Amy the Ant - High Manzanilla of the Church of the Stuffed Olive

The Leeds Radish page is here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/h2g2/guide/A612262


Leeds Autumn Radish

Post 353

Tinkerbell *tumbleweed*

*grins*
Yey! Now it's official people have no excuses for not turning up again smiley - biggrin
*looks at Mr T*
See no excuses smiley - tongueout


Leeds Autumn Radish

Post 354

Peregrin

Ooooh smiley - biggrin


Leeds Autumn Radish

Post 355

shrinkwrapped

But... it's in... Leeds...

I will try, but the average number of train changes is 3 smiley - erm. I hope Amy wasn't joking about staying overnight at her house...


Leeds Autumn Radish

Post 356

Tinkerbell *tumbleweed*

*grins at Peregrin*
I don't know why you're grinning, you have even fewer excuses smiley - tongueout

Besides, I'm finding you a sensible train and if I have to I'll drive to the scary south to drag you there smiley - winkeye


Leeds Autumn Radish

Post 357

shrinkwrapped

Ahaha, just you wait until you get to the Ring Roads... the south is 75% ring road (note: not a fact).


Leeds Autumn Radish

Post 358

Tinkerbell *tumbleweed*

Luckily it probably rings right round past your house, and as I've driven through Leeds and Birmingham several times, I feel that nowhere else can be a challenge smiley - tongueout


Leeds Autumn Radish

Post 359

2legs - Hey, babe, take a walk on the wild side...

Oh, no, I am going to have to use the train to get to Leeds; I fear a taxi might be a bit excessive from Manchester smiley - yikes Trains crash when I am on them, well, ocassionally.


Leeds Autumn Radish

Post 360

shrinkwrapped

No? Well I've heard that Alton Towers are theming their next ride on the Black Dam Roundabout, Basingstoke.


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