WHO Poll
Q:



BRANDED 2:30 Tue Mar 26
London top city
London named as world’s best destination for 2019 in TripAdvisor’s annual Travellers’ Choice awards

And rightly so. Best city on Earth.

Replies - Newest Posts First (Show In Chronological Order)

SE5 Hammer 4:27 Fri Mar 29
Re: London top city
even though I was born in whitechapel - i'd happily just stay in south London nowadays (apart from West Ham and work). Centre's too crowded and the nice or interetsing bits of North and east London are packed out and toursity too.

I live in East Dulwich - it's fucking great for families, surrounded by greenery, off the tourist track, And the main drag is full of decent resturaents, food shops and other slighly overpriced gentrified retailers , down the road is Peckham if you want the pop up/street food hipster shit or a bit of dancing. My in-laws are in Portsmouth - great people/fucking shithole; or Maidenhead, less greta people boring as fuck. Have every intention of staying here until I drop - had a year in spain missed London loads. I even prefer the south London bitys of central London nowadays. Fuck north London.

Northern Sold 4:06 Fri Mar 29
Re: London top city
It's a fantastic city.... only one that comes close to me in the places I have visited is NY... however I said earlier... LOVE to visit... more than happy to leave at the end of the day

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 3:57 Fri Mar 29
Re: London top city
There's loads of places I'd rather live/work.

That doesn't alter the fact that it's the best city on Earth.

Mike Oxsaw 3:55 Fri Mar 29
Re: London top city
There are loads of places I'd rather live/work than London.

Someone will be along in a minute to tell you where they are...and why.

Northern Sold 11:39 Fri Mar 29
Re: London top city
Watched all 4 episodes of London 2000 Years of History (channel 5) yesterday... excellent view if that's your sort of thing...

Loafer 11:36 Fri Mar 29
Re: London top city
As a kid in the 60's, living in the Greenwich and Lewisham area, I loved going to London for a day out. I moved to Borough in early 80's then Streatham and finally to bleedin' Walthamstow late 80's and by then had had enough and moved back to Essex. Having lived in Essex off and on for fifty years I still love going to London for a day out but I don't recognise the old SE1/SE8/SE10 & SE3 areas of my childhood....but that's progress for you.

jimbo2. 10:17 Fri Mar 29
Re: London top city
As a “born and bred” Londoner (Stratford) who had an English Mum and an American Father, I have always been proud to be a Londoner. Any city of almost 9M people will have its bad areas and problems, but overall London has so much going for it. I have also lived in the USA and Cyprus and travelled extensively in my long life, but London (Upminster now) will always be my real home!

arsegrapes 1:04 Fri Mar 29
Re: London top city
Used to be a giraffe looking bloke like H&P behind the bar in Cheeks at Deptford in the late 70s, proper mutant.

Hammer and Pickle 12:12 Fri Mar 29
Re: London top city
Out of Berlin, Barcelona and Lisbon, it's certainly the most funky.

bruuuno 11:58 Thu Mar 28
Re: London top city
It’s just so poncy these days

gph 11:09 Thu Mar 28
Re: London top city
Point of information - Dr Johnson is dead...

Hammer and Pickle 10:57 Thu Mar 28
Re: London top city
Yes.

Up the hill from the station.

Down from the station was a bit lairy in my day.

Joe C 10:54 Thu Mar 28
Re: London top city
Thickle - the Standard? So Westcombe Park then.

Still, that’s a step up from the old Kidbrooke estate

WSM Hammer 9:42 Thu Mar 28
Re: London top city
Has that been added to our club badge for next season?

Side of Ham 8:09 Thu Mar 28
Re: London top city
Wind your neck in Pickle, and see you back here about 11pm'ish.

Hammer and Pickle 8:03 Thu Mar 28
Re: London top city
You don’t go out in the midday sun, Bats.

Dwight Van Mann 7:48 Thu Mar 28
Re: London top city

Hammer and Pickle 6:40 Thu Mar 28

Saturday - midday?

Nurse Ratched 7:44 Thu Mar 28
Re: London top city
Arf! @ Cough

Hammer and Pickle 7:01 Thu Mar 28
Re: London top city
It’s a good boozer, Cough.

Far Cough 7:00 Thu Mar 28
Re: London top city
"See you in the British Oak any time you like and you can call me Thickle to my face. "



He'd need a ladder wouldn't he?

Hammer and Pickle 6:40 Thu Mar 28
Re: London top city
I grew up in the Blackheath Standard.

See you in the British Oak any time you like and you can call me Thickle to my face.

Page 1 - Next




Copyright 2006 WHO.NET | Powered by: