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Old 17-12-11, 12:15
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Yarmouth is 'Great' tho I did a stint out Coltishall way in my time, in a word: Flat
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Old 17-12-11, 13:16
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I wouldn't call it the armpit..... more the crotch lol
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Old 17-12-11, 13:33
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i think yarmouth is a nice area
we do a family holiday in kessingland and go to yarmouth when we are down there
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Old 20-12-11, 14:07
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Ah but you only visit Darren........

Im originally a Yarmo boy, its changed loads since i left there. loads closed im the area i used to live (near the ambulance and bus stations), the seafront is where its at in Yarmo, is the big casino still going ahead?
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Old 20-12-11, 18:47
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i think yarmouth is a nice area
we do a family holiday in kessingland and go to yarmouth when we are down there
I have had the displeasure of living on the outskirts of Great Yarmouth for 5 years now and wouldn't dream of venturing into Great Yarmouth unless absolutely forced. It really is a shithole.

I am amazed that in your previous visits you haven't experienced the locals, who I believe are among the most grotesque, loathsome, vile and vulgar sub-human vermin that one could ever have the misfortune to come across. The vast majority of its inhabitants (chavs and pikies) are foul, hateful, and degraded beings who, in evolutionary terms, have not evolved much from the amoeba. As such I apologise in advance for when you do experience it.

We do have a Subway though.
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Old 22-12-11, 09:31
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i succesfully avoided going to yarmouth for over ten years! every seaside trip now is either gorleston or southwold!
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Old 22-12-11, 10:15
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Just wish the LFS'es around here would take note that not everybody has a 12ft tank & get some nice nano fish/corals in stock!
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Old 22-12-11, 17:40
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We'll be doing more of the nano stock when we get the next order in the new year mate, as much as poss i try to avoid the massive corals because as you say not everyone has the big tanks, but saying that i do love my tangs
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Old 22-12-11, 20:23
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Good stuff Craig, pita having to mail order everything in to get small fish/coral frags
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Old 24-12-11, 18:12
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Just wish the LFS'es around here would take note that not everybody has a 12ft tank & get some nice nano fish/corals in stock!
You need a bigger tank Shultz
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