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“We've moved in with some peeps that are our age - Leona & Callumn are a Scottish couple from Aberdeen, Miles is a fellow IT geek and Neil basically fulfills the role of my best man to be Andy, he's a Man Utd season ticket holder who always manages to start every conversation with a hilarious "mancunian" moan - a true legend!”
“As a 'Manchester' blogger, you should be proud of a mancunian home grown company surviving in the adversity of your current financial climate.”
“Strange, not one comment even vaguely "understanding" of the little mancunian turd.”
“July 07, 2007 12:19 PM , working class mancunian said...”
“Tony Wilson, passionate mancunian, least likely to want a blue plaque - nostalgia and monument making never being his thing, no ‘legendary cavern’ tourist trail for him – and perhaps sufficiently woven into the fabric of our city and its future to not warrant such a leaden stamp of approval - the city and its streets are already the poorer without you.”
“Punk survivor Mark E. Smith reaches the 35th album milestone with a new - look old-sound band, which means more rockabilly rumble with electronic bleeps and plenty of acerbic lyrics in Smith's mancunian drawl.”
“At that time, he specialised in techno music produced using equipment such as the Roland TB-303 bass synthesiser and the TR-808 drum machine (he sourced much of his equipment from Johnny Roadhouse, a second-hand music shop that is otherwise the haunt of non-mancunian students).”
“Roland TB-303 bass synthesiser and the TR-808 drum machine (he sourced much of his equipment from Johnny Roadhouse, a second-hand music shop that is otherwise the haunt of non-mancunian students).”
“UNITED HERE with a club crest. this is the heart of the home counties, and serial winners or not, its a mancunian club.”
“As a mancunian with blue and red mates, I sincerely hope City can make the top 4 and, provided they can get the balance right, they should do so.”
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