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The last video actually made my heart jump. I wonder if he waited for the barriers to open before he went back for his shoe?
Looks like he was wearing loafers or some other slip on so called 'shoe'. Got what was comming to him.
errr....where are the videos?
Yes I wondered was it just me, there is'nt a link.
If you use Adblock you won't see a video. It blocks all ads on Brockley Central (like the groupon one that usually appears above comments) apart from the one for Homemade Mungdon.
Yes, that last one was scary. Nice of Network Rail to sponsor this, but I think our nearest level crossing is in Charlton, unless anyone knows another.Perhaps we need similar videos to scare pedestrians who like to wander in the road when they are texting or whatever.
i've seen the word Mung being used a lot on here, and not knowing what it was I Googled it and read what the Urban Dictionary gave as a definition.Is this really what poeple are referring to??
I think the implication is that Homemade London is very mung; twee, non-realist folly for Jools Oliver types who live in Brockley.
erm.. no.Although that definition of mung is very interesting and I'm sure there are a lot of mungers out there that love to take part in a bit of munging but here it refers to mung beans I believe.
"mung" is a reference to the sort of people who eskew "good honest fare" for mung beans/quinoa/organic knitted hemp burgers. They can be spotted, pushing Anuncia and Sebastian around in their bugaboo, blocking doorways in cafes, throwing out local businesses to open another organic baby bedclothes boutique.
That's the best definition I've read. Well done.
It was pretty good, although I would have preferred the kids to be called Pandora and Ptolemy...
BC Dictionary: Anons mostly in their 40's live with their parents and have some kind of menial or otherwise soul destroying job. Feel cheated by life.
I did wonder where the nearest level crossing to Brockley was and Dbill has supplied the or at least an answer. I hope the local Putney, East Sheen and Richmond blogs have posted this as the level crossings come thick and fast on that stretch of line.Bit too far away for greater Brockley tho':0)
There IS a high proportion of graveyards around here!!!!
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