Evening Times: "Glasgow Braces Itself For Naval Invasion"

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"Scott Taylor, chief executive of the Glasgow City Marketing Bureau, believes each sailor is likely to spend at least £125 every day he’s in the city and is confident it will be a memorable time for the “international mariners.â€"

Which part of Glasgow are they in!! You only spend that much money if you loose your mates and get ripped of £50 to get a taxi back to Faslane after throwing up in the back as well.
 
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yamyamdabber said:
"Scott Taylor, chief executive of the Glasgow City Marketing Bureau, believes each sailor is likely to spend at least £125 every day he’s in the city and is confident it will be a memorable time for the “international mariners.â€"

Which part of Glasgow are they in!! You only spend that much money if you loose your mates and get ripped of £50 to get a taxi back to Faslane after throwing up in the back as well.
The article will give the local 'entrepreneurs' a heads up, to up their prices and rip them off.Charming. :brave:
 
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soleil said:
Trigger_92 said:
Guess ill be steering clear of the city centre next weekend then, invasion of the yanks ! :lol:
Not only yanks, Trig, matelots galore including the Royal Navy.
Hmmm, in that case I might make an appearance ;) !

And 50 quid for a taxi to faslane is fecking cheap ! It costs me near on 30 to get one back home after a night out and I stay way more closer to the city centre than faslane is 8O
 
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Trigger_92 said:
And 50 quid for a taxi to faslane is fecking cheap ! It costs me near on 30 to get one back home after a night out and I stay way more closer to the city centre than faslane is 8O
Prebooked shippers, prebooked. didnt prebook the vomming up though. :)
 
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Ahhh fair enough. Aye, you never do. You think you're on the home run, sitting there nicely. Then wham, out it comes with the taxi driver hurling some explicits at you :lol:
 

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