I'm the same as much as I love a good pub and a curry afterwards I think I will leave it a while to see what happens. The media will be salivating at the prospect of things going bonkers.Pubs and restaurants opening in England tomorrow.
Anyone going out to eat or drink ?
I am probably going to give it a little while yet ....
Wish you would stop reminding me what I missed I could murder a few OkellsThe Northern Ireland hospitality sector wouldn't need to be depending on my pre-lockdown contributions to their industry for survival.
I put more money into the Isle of Man pub industry in three days last year than I've put into the NI hospitality sector in three years!
And they are always the ones who seem to get mouthy and cause trouble.If the pubs follow on from everything else during lock down - people who've spent years sat at home doing sod-all suddenly becoming cyclists, joggers, fell walkers, anglers etc etc then they will be rammed full of folk sipping halves of shandy
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Absolutely bang on there Kenny, glass of vino in the house with my wife is more than enough for me.Each to their own but not for me rushing to buy a pint in these troubled times.
I was never one for pubs due to the amount of trouble one sees, or the fact the heartache it can cause at the home.
I can enjoy a drink in the house as I’ve done during these past few months.
But the main reason I won’t go is, while I have kept away from busy places as best I can during this virus lockdown I don’t want to walk into a busy pub and catch it in there.
Good luck for those desperate enough to risk a life changing virus, for the sake of a few pints !!