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    (Original post by bouncy)
    But i dont drink it i have milk, milk comes from the north sometimes! :rolleyes:
    Why of course, i bet you have Yorkshire puddings aswell, and drink Yorkshire tea?

    Would you like to be a honorary nice southener?
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    (Original post by bouncy)
    But i dont drink it i have milk, milk comes from the north sometimes! :rolleyes:
    All of the best cows are from the North, obviously.
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    (Original post by Beekeeper)
    Why of course, i bet you have Yorkshire puddings aswell, and drink Yorkshire tea?

    Would you like to be a honorary nice southener?
    mmmm yummy yorkshire pudding.... :love: I used to drink Yorkshire tea actually now i dont drink tea at all but i like that they have brought out a hard water version :rolleyes:

    I dont mind, its up to you oh powerful one
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    (Original post by spangletastic)
    All of the best cows are from the North, obviously.
    *giggle* No comment
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    Yey look at me on list woohoo!
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    (Original post by bouncy)
    i like that they have brought out a hard water versionone
    A what? :confused:

    NORTHERN ANNOUNCEMENT:
    Yorkshire water is officially the cleanest in England, *says in George Foreman voice* I'm so proud of it, i have sex in it.
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    Oooops i cant type when im lying down meant version

    http://www.yorkshiretea.co.uk/produc...D&from=ourteas
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    (Original post by bouncy)
    Oooops i cant type when im lying down meant version

    http://www.yorkshiretea.co.uk/produc...D&from=ourteas
    What the heck in hard water?
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    Its water containing a high level of calcium, magnesium, and other minerals. Hard water reduces the cleansing power of soap and produces scale in hot water lines and appliances.

    Soft water has hardly any dissolved salts
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    bloody hell bouncy, you are a knowledge basket

    *claps*
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    (Original post by bouncy)
    Its water containing a high level of calcium, magnesium, and other minerals. Hard water reduces the cleansing power of soap and produces scale in hot water lines and appliances.

    Soft water has hardly any dissolved salts
    Oh okay, surely you boil all of that away though anyway? :confused:
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    (Original post by Beekeeper)
    Oh okay, surely you boil all of that away though anyway? :confused:
    its still in the water i think, changes the taste. I didnt think it did but it really does if you go from a soft water area to a hard water one you can tell the difference. Not only in like tea and stuff but when your having showers
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    aren't hard and soft both potable though?
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    (Original post by bouncy)
    its still in the water i think, changes the taste. I didnt think it did but it really does if you go from a soft water area to a hard water one you can tell the difference. Not only in like tea and stuff but when your having showers
    I see, well i never knew any of that

    *hangs head in shame*

    I'll just stick with PG tips :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by ramroff)
    aren't hard and soft both potable though?
    yeh course they are, although some people think soft water could increase ur sodium intake but thats just silly

    I only know cos i moved from one to the other and noticed the difference and wondered why
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    PG? Parental Guidance? :confused:
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    (Original post by spangletastic)
    And I just happen to live in a place in Bradford which has a rather spanky recently elected Conservative MP. My lovely MP Philip *licks him*

    I like to think that my door-to-door pestering of people helped to boot out the old Labour looney.

    Anyway, Yorkshire.. yes
    I like Labour loonies!

    I'm put off this society by spangletastic and beekeeper's dodgy political associations- but being from the North should be enough to unite us and not divide!

    Superlambbanana
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    (Original post by *Hythlodaeus*)
    I like Labour loonies!

    I'm put off this society by spangletastic and beekeeper's dodgy political associations- but being from the North should be enough to unite us and not divide!
    Nothing can unite me to Piggy Prescott, even if he is a northerner. He should re-locate to Essex.
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    (Original post by *Hythlodaeus*)
    I like Labour loonies!

    I'm put off this society by spangletastic and beekeeper's dodgy political associations- but being from the North should be enough to unite us and not divide!

    Superlambbanana
    Woo Welcome! and us Conservatives are lovely, and all around you...

    THIS EVENINGS MEAL is as follows:

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    (Original post by Beekeeper)
    Woo Welcome! and us Conservatives are lovely, and all around you...

    THIS EVENINGS MEAL is as follows:

    http://www.lawrys.com.sg/menuitems_images/7/24.jpg
    The white wine is calling me...
 
 
 

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