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I'm told: "Tulisa set a few tongues wagging when she turned up, but she and M bu hou mark T Max are just drinking buddies now.
The former Radio 1 DJ was left looking for drinking buddies when he was in Newcastle - and ended up on the lash with the cast of Geordie Shore.
He had met Mr Wilson five months before his death and had become drinking buddies with him, describing him as a "nice enough guy" during police interview.
Merse spotted his drinking buddies in the Park Lane end as he came over to take a corner and shouted: "It's your round after the game.
A spokesman for Stella Artois, who conducted the poll, said: "Ant and Dec are ideal drinking buddies.
How he will explain the child to his racist drinking buddies is another matter.
Every summer for the past couple years I've teamed up with some old friends and seasoned drinking buddies for a big annual skate trip around my home state.
INTERNET BUSINESS NEWS-(C)1995-2004 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD A new web site has been set up that aims to help its visitors find drinking buddies in their area.