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Anti Hull Campaign

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Jordy

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Anyone want to join my anti Hull campaign?

ANTI HULL

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Oh i see, it's alright for others to run hate campaigns, to the point that moderators endorse them!!
 

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Its a bit of light hearted fun my friend ;)
 

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Whats the problem with Hull? Even the one of the MP's seems a great guy. And there is the Humber Bridge nearby, 25 years old this year.
 

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The Humber bridge is wonderful, but it links Hessle with Barton Upon Humber :D ;)

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Indeed, nearby I said. Planning to take a trip to Hull somewhen this summer - never been to that part of the world.

I would ask if there is anything good to see / do in Hull for a couple of hours but from the title of this thread I get the feeling I might be wasting my time asking.
 

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Dennis said:
Indeed, nearby I said. Planning to take a trip to Hull somewhen this summer - never been to that part of the world.

Why??? There's nowt there... :lol:

Anyway, count me in.
 

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Dennis said:
I would ask if there is anything good to see / do in Hull for a couple of hours but from the title of this thread I get the feeling I might be wasting my time asking.

There is one good thing you could do, and that is leave the place! ;)
 

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Why??? There's nowt there... :lol:

Anyway, count me in.

There wasn't anything much at most of the other 428 stations I have visited!!

Don't tell Jim, but there is a pizza hut in Hull

 

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but if it wasn't for hull we wouldn't have Devvo!!

According to a book ive got, Hull is britains no.1 crap town! It is also the most obease town.

Theres one good thing about hull though, Hull Trains, they're pretty nippy and can get you out of hull to further afield places in a few hours :D
 

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Simming said:
According to a book ive got, Hull is britains no.1 crap town!
Ah, you picked up on that fact as well then :lol:
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I'm watching this thread VERY CLOSELY ;)
I thought you would be :lol:
 

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laverack222 said:
Its a bit of light hearted fun my friend ;)

Why? Because mods have joined in? a mere 20 minutes earlier you were watching the thread 'VERY CLOSELY'

Whats changed to make you see it differently?
 

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TicketMan said:
Why? Because mods have joined in? a mere 20 minutes earlier you were watching the thread 'VERY CLOSELY'

Whats changed to make you see it differently?

Oh dear, some people just don't get jokes :rolleyes:

Hull does have some nice things to see - The Deep is a very interesting aquarium and well worth a visit. The Streetlife Museum is also a very good free museum which documents the history of Hull's industry and transport network in the form of realistic streetscenes. The Old Town and the Marina are also nice places for a stroll. :)
 

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laverack222 said:
The Streetlife Museum is also a very good free museum which documents the history of Hull's industry and transport network in the form of realistic streetscenes. :)

Is there a "pond-life" museum, as I hear most of the inhabitants of Hull are lowest of low-lifes.... You not included obviously Mr. Laverack...
 

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Down with Gramsby!
If your going to be like that, you might as well say...

Down with Hull, Grimsby, Doncaster and Lincoln

This just leaves Sunny Scunthorpe, which coincidently is the best place in the region :mrgreen:
 
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