INDIA PALACE RESTAURANT - BUXTON

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INDIA PALACE RESTAURANT - BUXTON

Post by PaulinLondon » 09 Jan 2008, 22:28

Please only put your name here if you want to eat at the restaurant after the gig on 16 February 08.

If there will be more than one of you, please say so.

I want to give the restaurant the best possible idea on numbers. It's only fair to them.

Cheers.

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Re: INDIA PALACE RESTAURANT - BUXTON

Post by Rodney Blackstaff » 09 Jan 2008, 22:30

PaulinLondon wrote:Please only put your name here if you want to eat at the restaurant after the gig on 16 February 08.

If there will be more than one of you, please say so.

I want to give the restaurant the best possible idea on numbers. It's only fair to them.

Cheers.

Paul

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Post by FenDale » 09 Jan 2008, 22:31

Dale plus 1 please, Paul. :smt045
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Post by icecube » 09 Jan 2008, 22:33

My mate Gary (he suggested this gaff!) and probably 1 other

Cheers Paul. Good effort. I reckon you will be taking orders by the end of the week :lol:
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Post by Alias » 09 Jan 2008, 22:36

:lol: At it again Paul? Good on yer, sir!
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Post by billyinblack63 » 09 Jan 2008, 22:37

billyinblack plus 3 cheers paul
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Post by PaulinLondon » 09 Jan 2008, 22:47

Alias wrote::lol: At it again Paul? Good on yer, sir!
Wish you could be there mate.



Thanks to everyone so far. I am noting the attendees.

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Post by pigeon » 09 Jan 2008, 22:48

Adam, I think i'll stick with my usual in indian resturants, Adam this would be the time were you could call me were im in an indian and play "sometimes" with the speakerphone turned on accidentley eventhough it was quite funny the last time... the scene pigeon sitting with family in local indian enjoying his curry phone rings Speaker phone on rather loud adamneil on the other end

"PIDGE WHATS UP DUDE ... LISTEN TO THIS ..... BURP" all of a suden loud guitars fill the resturant and then "someday im going to smack her face" etc mystepdad kev at the point was saying "whos that?" after sometimes they then go into "curfew" the phone is still on speakerphone, i then tell adam that was great but im in an indian resturant dinning out with the family right now then the waiter asked me to switch my phone off as it was interferring with the citar music in the background. Ever since then whenever we've gone out for a family meal i've been told not to take my phone out with me.

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Re: INDIA PALACE RESTAURANT - BUXTON

Post by gizzard » 09 Jan 2008, 22:58

PaulinLondon wrote:Please only put your name here if you want to eat at the restaurant after the gig on 16 February 08.

If there will be more than one of you, please say so.

I want to give the restaurant the best possible idea on numbers. It's only fair to them.

Cheers.

Paul

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You taking a few Stranglers CD's for them to play in there ala Spread eagle :?: 8)
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Re: INDIA PALACE RESTAURANT - BUXTON

Post by Rodney Blackstaff » 09 Jan 2008, 23:14

gizzard wrote:
PaulinLondon wrote:Please only put your name here if you want to eat at the restaurant after the gig on 16 February 08.

If there will be more than one of you, please say so.

I want to give the restaurant the best possible idea on numbers. It's only fair to them.

Cheers.

Paul

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Paul,

You taking a few Stranglers CD's for them to play in there ala Spread eagle :?: 8)
I could knock up a couple of 'compilation' cd's to keep the nite going????Favs and the obscure!

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Re: INDIA PALACE RESTAURANT - BUXTON

Post by PaulinLondon » 09 Jan 2008, 23:55

Rodney Blackstaff wrote:
gizzard wrote:
PaulinLondon wrote:Please only put your name here if you want to eat at the restaurant after the gig on 16 February 08.

If there will be more than one of you, please say so.

I want to give the restaurant the best possible idea on numbers. It's only fair to them.

Cheers.

Paul

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Paul,

You taking a few Stranglers CD's for them to play in there ala Spread eagle :?: 8)
I could knock up a couple of 'compilation' cd's to keep the nite going????Favs and the obscure!

Rodders
Nice idea Rodders.

I will tell the establishment. ;-)
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Post by The Strangler » 10 Jan 2008, 00:39

Count me in please Paul.
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