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24.02.2011 18:00 to 22:00
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City/Town: Aarau
Event Type: Family
Location: Penny Farthing Banhoffstrasse 57

Oh yes after a great night last month, yes here it is the return of the Hell Fire Dining Experience!
The food was ''HOT'' drinks were cool and the Staff... Well check out the pics on our Facebook page for yourself.

This month the theme will be Vampires! muuwahhahahaah

Starters

...Soup of the Dead
Rivers of blood and our day of reckoning is here. We have prepared a home made tomato soup, flavoured with gin and garnished with garlic bread.
CHF 8.50

Baby Dragon Wings
Furiously flapping amidst the screams of hellís kitchen and the flames fanning in the satanic heat are drawing closer. Spicy chicken wings served in a basket.
CHF 11.50

Blade of the Axe (For 2 persons)
The sharpened blade of the executioners axe falls, clinically splintering bone and limb alike. Tortilla chips piled high with cheese Served with sour cream, salsa and guacamole. CHF 13.50

Hangmanís Noose
Tightening grip seeping the living daylights out of bounds and the noose supplies the rest of the work. Golden fried calamari rings accompanied with sauce tartar. CHF 11.50


Voodoo Dilemma
To stop a Voodoo spell being placed upon you, acquire some bristles from a pig cooked at a Voodoo ritual. Pork tikka masala served on a bed of spicy tomato sauce. CHF 12.50


That's only the Starters - wait till you see the main course !!

Any questions please do not hesistate to contact the Penny Team
RSVP'd Yes: 7 (6 members and 1 guests)
  • ktoneill - Dressed as the rather appropriately named Kate from underworld.... :-P
  • Ian Nicol
  • lost_inbroad
  • Joey82 + 1 guest - ill go
  • tkn - to meet LiB + Joey + Marvin (no homo)
  • marvin777 - will be working but will do my best to entertain you lot at the same time !!!
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I wanted to go and see her in Zurich. The wife wouldn't let me since I couldn't name any of her songs
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After what i just did with those tissue, i doubt you want to high 5 anything

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Pass me the hand sanitizer will ya...Thanks!
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Old 17.02.2011, 13:56
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Anyone up for a game of soggy biscuit?
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Another half inch maybe?
Soggy biscuit, teabag, you name the full english tea time variety and ill do it to her..sigh..

If Mimi is her twinsister, please put me around the corner a few tables away please, afteral breakfast will be a family thing.. don't want no floating tables in the pub don't we
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Soggy biscuit, teabag, you name the full english tea time variety and ill do it to her..sigh..

If Mimi is her twinsister, please put me around the corner a few tables away please, afteral breakfast will be a family thing.. don't want no floating tables in the pub don't we
...I think before it comes to floating tables...Mimi's significant other will gladly smash in that pretty little head of yours....IMO.
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...I think before it comes to floating tables...Mimi's significant other will gladly smash in that pretty little head of yours....IMO.
Nothing will float ( no offence mimi), couldn't do that to my Magnum brother from another mother

And no one will smash any head of mine, ya hear that Luke?
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Soggy biscuit, teabag, you name the full english tea time variety and ill do it to her..sigh..

If Mimi is her twinsister, please put me around the corner a few tables away please, afteral breakfast will be a family thing.. don't want no floating tables in the pub don't we
http://www.urbandictionary.com/defin...=soggy+biscuit
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Old 17.02.2011, 14:05
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...thanks Porsch, but we really don't want to play that game! Seriously!
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Well aware of what SB and TB means Porsch, lived in Ireland for over 7 years, real eye opener.

Someone at work came in one day ,showing pictures of him tea bagging a friend.. after seeing what it was, i never came near that guy again..

Now back on topic please as we are going waaaaaaaaaay out of line here, its scary as hell but not the scary we look for
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Soggy biscuit, teabag, you name the full english tea time variety and ill do it to her..sigh..

If Mimi is her twinsister, please put me around the corner a few tables away please, afteral breakfast will be a family thing.. don't want no floating tables in the pub don't we
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Well aware of what SB and TB means Porsch, lived in Ireland for over 7 years, real eye opener.

Someone at work came in one day ,showing pictures of him tea bagging a friend.. after seeing what it was, i never came near that guy again..

Now back on topic please as we are going waaaaaaaaaay out of line here, its scary as hell but not the scary we look for
I'm not sure how you could soggy biscuit Katy Perry or how Katy Perry could even contribute to a game of soggy biscuit.
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I'm not sure how you could soggy biscuit Katy Perry or how Katy Perry could even contribute to a game of soggy biscuit.
Who cares, we still don't want to play it!!
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Well aware of what SB and TB means Porsch, lived in Ireland for over 7 years, real eye opener.

Someone at work came in one day ,showing pictures of him tea bagging a friend.. after seeing what it was, i never came near that guy again..

Now back on topic please as we are going waaaaaaaaaay out of line here, its scary as hell but not the scary we look for
I think Porsch linked it for the more naive amongst us

You guys are gross to know this stuff
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Soggy biscuit, teabag, you name the full english tea time variety and ill do it to her..sigh..

If Mimi is her twinsister, please put me around the corner a few tables away please, afteral breakfast will be a family thing.. don't want no floating tables in the pub don't we
If her twin sister is unidentical and looks like this then you won't be disappointed:


Maybe you'll be sitting around the corner for sure now. That face could put people of their black pudding.


Still up for some teabagging sweet cheeks? (kisses)
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I think Porsch linked it for the more naive amongst us

You guys are gross to know this stuff
I actually only learned soggy biscuit a few weeks ago while watching Skins.

To think I used to play rugby and never came across it
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If her twin sister is unidentical and looks like this then you won't be disappointed:


Maybe you'll be sitting around the corner for sure now. That face could put people of their black pudding.


Still up for some teabagging sweet cheeks? (kisses)
I so would.
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I actually only learned soggy biscuit a few weeks ago while watching Skins.

To think I used to play rugby and never came across it
Yeah, yeah...sure, sure...and who asked you to explain yourself ?!
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If her twin sister is unidentical and looks like this then you won't be disappointed:


Maybe you'll be sitting around the corner for sure now. That face could put people of their black pudding.


Still up for some teabagging sweet cheeks? (kisses)
And down goes the desk..
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I so have
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And down goes the desk..
I tend to have that effect on men
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And down goes the desk..
Must have been pretty hard (lol) to get an erection whilst in Ireland then
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