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The Seagull in Portchy got a zero hygiene rating

(, Mon 5 Feb 2018, 16:18, archived)
is that a hungry horse?

(, Mon 5 Feb 2018, 16:21, archived)
Yeah, I believe it is
How do you know that?
(, Mon 5 Feb 2018, 16:21, archived)
I've been there
a while ago
(, Mon 5 Feb 2018, 16:22, archived)
anyway
pretty shocking to get a zero rating
(, Mon 5 Feb 2018, 16:27, archived)
Ah, ok
I haven't been there since it became a hungry horse, but the food was shocking before. Actually had a waitress use the phrase "two breakfastses"
(, Mon 5 Feb 2018, 16:29, archived)
Filthy hobbitses

(, Mon 5 Feb 2018, 16:45, archived)
oh, so you've been to Portchester too?
haha, banter
(, Mon 5 Feb 2018, 16:46, archived)
I have actually, great castle and an excellent example of Roman underwater concrete
not banter
(, Mon 5 Feb 2018, 16:50, archived)
Yeah, the castle is really nice
Even the free bit is great on a sunny day. Cracking place for a picnic.
(, Mon 5 Feb 2018, 16:50, archived)
Isn't there a little church within the walls?
Might have this mixed up with another one, been a while
(, Mon 5 Feb 2018, 16:52, archived)
No, you're right
Really small, with a tiny cemetery too. Fucking dear to get married there, I'm told.
(, Mon 5 Feb 2018, 16:54, archived)
Typical ripoff Christians

(, Mon 5 Feb 2018, 16:54, archived)
If you think the wedding is expensive , try the divorce...oh hahaha :(

(, Mon 5 Feb 2018, 17:02, archived)
haha yes I have heard that it can be costly

(, Mon 5 Feb 2018, 17:18, archived)
it's the pub where i started drinking
because 3 of my prettiest friends all started working there at the same time
(, Mon 5 Feb 2018, 17:02, archived)
It's not a wetherspoons though

(, Mon 5 Feb 2018, 16:21, archived)
My father-in-law calls it 'wutherspoons'
and I have no idea why
(, Mon 5 Feb 2018, 16:22, archived)
Wuthering Spoons

(, Mon 5 Feb 2018, 17:17, archived)
My sister-in-law told me that the way they mispronounce her name irritates her
might bring it up at the next family get-together
(, Mon 5 Feb 2018, 17:20, archived)
Bucket?

(, Mon 5 Feb 2018, 17:41, archived)