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  • How about a clue for those people lucky enough not to be OG?

  • What means OG anyway? (Genuinely don't know)

    There's just enough lettering in the reflection to get a handle on it.

  • What means OG anyway?

    Original Gangsta

    Hip-hop reference appropriated by the forum illuminati

  • Clearly you know nothing

  • sub 100 membership number

  • Old Guard

    dicki nailed it.

    Many drinks have been taken here on a Friday night. UTFS.

  • I stand corrected.

  • How about a clue for those people lucky enough not to be OG?

    You sound a little choleric--is it something in the water?

  • Old: opposite the John Snow pub in Soho. Most leading historians now regard the John Snow (named after John Roger Roger Snow, the inventor of the two-way radio) as the epicentre of the Millennial cult, The Fakengers. On Fridays Fakengers, mostly graphic designers and early crypto-currency investors, would line up outside the pub (often called The Meat Rack) so that couriers could inspect them. If they were 'passing' they would be allowed in to buy the couriers drinks and sometimes shown a day sheet and laughed at for their thoughts on how to get from The Island to AMV.
    Intimate relations between couriers and Fakengers were not allowed, which wasn't really a problem as hygiene issues meant couriers could only breed with other couriers and mother issues meant that Fakengers could not breed at all.
    Fakengers later split in to various sub-sects, the pseudo-Uberists, the Gravelites, and the Cycle Trainers being the main ones.


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  • New; from Fakengers to the ghosts of Realengers. You'll need some Creative Googling to find out who used to pollute the upper floors of this building.


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  • Ah, it's such a warm feeling to know that Will only got the previous tag because of my clue. I feel as if I've done my good deed for the day.

  • It wasn't me that needed clues. I was there, man. It was my Vietnam.

  • By which I mean, surrounded by young people slumming it before university.

  • "If you can remember the John Snow, you weren't there."

  • Old: opposite the John Snow pub in Soho. Most leading historians now regard the John Snow (named after John Roger Roger Snow, the inventor of the two-way radio) as the epicentre of the Millennial cult, The Fakengers. On Fridays Fakengers, mostly graphic designers and early crypto-currency investors, would line up outside the pub (often called The Meat Rack) so that couriers could inspect them. If they were 'passing' they would be allowed in to buy the couriers drinks and sometimes shown a day sheet and laughed at for their thoughts on how to get from The Island to AMV.
    Intimate relations between couriers and Fakengers were not allowed, which wasn't really a problem as hygiene issues meant couriers could only breed with other couriers and mother issues meant that Fakengers could not breed at all.
    Fakengers later split in to various sub-sects, the pseudo-Uberists, the Gravelites, and the Cycle Trainers being the main ones.

    Just fucking beautiful

    Nice New tag too. Pretty reckless though.

  • You'll think this is a joke Skully but as I was taking the John Snow pic I saw someone sitting down having a sandwich that I thought might be you - it being a while since we met. It turned out to be a tramp.

  • was the new tag where william cody used to reside ? the most famous of them all

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