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Any UK guys know of an HPLC lab that will test for 30 quid?

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I recently saw an interview Tony Huge of Enhanced Athlete did over in the UK....one guy said there was a lab in the UK that will do an HPLC test on whatever you send them for 30 quid? Anyone here ever did this or have any info on it?

By the way how much is 30 quid? Lol dont know what a quid is:)
 

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1 quid = 1 GBP (British Pound).

London slang "1 quid" is £1000 GBP, but I doubt its that as thats a lot and its not used in that context.

So its about $20 (£30 GBP).
 

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I recently saw an interview Tony Huge of Enhanced Athlete did over in the UK....one guy said there was a lab in the UK that will do an HPLC test on whatever you send them for 30 quid? Anyone here ever did this or have any info on it?

By the way how much is 30 quid? Lol dont know what a quid is:)
quid is old slang for pound

1 quid = 1 pound or GBP or Sterling

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1 quid = 1 GBP (British Pound).

London slang "1 quid" is £1000 GBP, but I doubt its that as thats a lot and its not used in that context.

So its about $20 (£30 GBP).
swifto what the hell you are talking about mate lol where did you get this info bahaha

10 quid is 10 pounds

50 quid is 50 pounds

and so on

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I recently saw an interview Tony Huge of Enhanced Athlete did over in the UK....one guy said there was a lab in the UK that will do an HPLC test on whatever you send them for 30 quid? Anyone here ever did this or have any info on it?

By the way how much is 30 quid? Lol dont know what a quid is:)
30 quid = 30 pounds

its simple guys

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So its about $20 (£30 GBP).

No. Pound is stronger than American dollar.

It's about 40 dollars.

There was a service in the Uk that would analyze any drug sample you sent them. It was free or dirt cheap. Government sponsored or something... Maybe that's what you guys are talking about.
 

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swifto what the hell you are talking about mate lol where did you get this info bahaha

10 quid is 10 pounds

50 quid is 50 pounds

and so on

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I'm from East London (East End). I know what it means.

"quid" has 2 numerical slang meanings.

No. Pound is stronger than American dollar.

It's about 40 dollars.

There was a service in the Uk that would analyze any drug sample you sent them. It was free or dirt cheap. Government sponsored or something... Maybe that's what you guys are talking about.

Correct, typo.
 

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I'm from East London (East End). I know what it means.

"quid" has 2 numerical slang meanings.



Correct, typo.
No mate its not I am afraid.

I just checked with a Hackney boy at work (not that i needed to!) and a quid is a quid not a grand. You cant get more Londoner then that lol

The whole of UK refer to a pound/ sterling as a quid so does people in every corner of London.



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The cockney slang term for £1000 is a grand. KL I posted about this testing recently. I know people who have sent things in. I had the info written down somewhere. I will let you know by tomorrow but I suspect someone else will post before that. 30 quid is just under $40.
 

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KL I just done alittle research as I found the lab and it was ChemClarity. However I don't think they are operating now. There is a lot of talk of inaccurate testing. Perhaps it was too good to be true at the price they were offering as the money it takes for the equipement and qualified workers would be huge. I read about one sponsors tren a (100mg) came back at 221mg and he said there is no way in hell that is correct. Plus people abusing the service and it basically just going to shit in the end. I don't know the details and could be off but just going on what I have just read. Google them to see if you can find more.

It looks like the likes of Simec in Switzerland are the best bet for effective testing unless guys have access to testing equipment locally.
 

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You English are weird! Isnt there something called a Bob too?!
 

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You English are weird! Isnt there something called a Bob too?!

We have loads.

ching = £5
Ayrton, cockle = £10
score = £20
pony = £25
Bullseye = £50
1 bill = £100
ton = £100
bottle = £200
carpet = £300
monkey = £500
bag/grand = £1000

reddies = money
riffle = change/coins
 

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No mate its not I am afraid.

I just checked with a Hackney boy at work (not that i needed to!) and a quid is a quid not a grand. You cant get more Londoner then that lol

The whole of UK refer to a pound/ sterling as a quid so does people in every corner of London.



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Ok mate, whatever you say.

PM sent to explain a little more.
 

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We have loads.

ching = £5
Ayrton, cockle = £10
score = £20
pony = £25
Bullseye = £50
1 bill = £100
ton = £100
bottle = £200
carpet = £300
monkey = £500
bag/grand = £1000

reddies = money
riffle = change/coins

People in England actually say about 2-3 of these at most
 

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People in England actually say about 2-3 of these at most

Not a single person I know says any apart from a grand. Well one mate say a ton but that's it.
 

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1 quid = 1 GBP (British Pound).

London slang "1 quid" is £1000 GBP, but I doubt its that as thats a lot and its not used in that context.

So its about $20 (£30 GBP).

im from London

1 quid generally means 1 pound only

you would use "a grand" or "a bag" for 1k (1000)..... never 1 quid

1 quid (if talking in million) would be occasionally used (to mean something others than just a single pound) ...so you would say "John just sold his business for 10 quid" meaning 10million (not 10 pounds exactly)

but never is it used to mean 1 thousand...
 

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Am from the UK also.

To me 1 quid is 1 pound...

A grand is £1000.

Tenner = £10

A score = £20
 

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