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Yo Moki....Say my name! :yahoo:

nay lad ,he's the one who knocks .....or nays !!post-9614-0-91923500-1437335090_thumb.jp Edited by Mokidugway
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For the crack love to see two strippers turn up dressed up in police uniforms and see how fast they get the substances down the toilet and when they eventually open the door!!!!

"can we help you officer"  Nah your OK wrong address :rofl:

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nay lad ,he's the one who knocks .....or nays !!attachicon.gifimage.jpg

Oh dear, Moki; the Uncertainty principle has got me again...Can I claim Pauli Exclusion? :)

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Oh dear, Moki; the Uncertainty principle has got me again...Can I claim Pauli Exclusion? :)

yes but don't get your fermions in a twist :)....
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yes but don't get your fermions in a twist :)....

I won't. But the local leptons are still making a racket. I wish I was a posh duck: quark, quark! :oops:

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For some reason it really annoys me when people put on a foreign accent whenever they mention a foreign name; to me it comes across more ostentatious than culturally/linguistically aware.

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I won't. But the local leptons are still making a racket. I wish I was a posh duck: quark, quark! :oops:

yes quite like their ice tea when on holiday in Greece .....:)..

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Cold, lumpy, out of date, maggot infested, mouldy, putrid, stinking mash with cold, lumpy, year old, decaying gravy and gherkins.

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Cold, lumpy, out of date, maggot infested, mouldy, putrid, stinking mash with cold, lumpy, year old, decaying gravy and gherkins.

dug a body up once .........

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I was replacing a wall at a church yard :0...

:shok: Was the body fresh :shok: :shok:  The police, if they say, 'it's probably just kids,' to me one more time, I'll taser the lot of them. So it is normal for kids to commit criminal acts like burglary is it. No wonder this country has gone down the onion hole.

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:shok: Was the body fresh :shok: :shok:  The police, if they say, 'it's probably just kids,' to me one more time, I'll taser the lot of them. So it is normal for kids to commit criminal acts like burglary is it. No wonder this country has gone down the onion hole.

no Twas 200 year old bones ,put them in a bin bag and re buried them with some words from the vicar :)...

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I had the same problem when digging up the old Victorian floor at Baslow Church to be replaced with engineered Oak. Went down to the original lime floor some 2ft below, Found skulls, hands you name it! One of my men even went all giddy at one point and had to go outside for some fresh air. We re-buried them with a short prayer from the local Vicar to.

 

Holiday makers tick me off, Even when im on holiday!

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What used to tick me off on holiday and you get surrounded by young people trying to get you to  go to a certain bar, as you walk down the road, with flyers 'for a free drink' which turns out to some blue liquid you wouldn't wash your car with.

so much in fact, that i never went to spain again.

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What used to tick me off on holiday and you get surrounded by young people trying to get you to  go to a certain bar, as you walk down the road, with flyers 'for a free drink' which turns out to some blue liquid you wouldn't wash your car with.

so much in fact, that i never went to spain again.

 

They do my nut in. And even when you say "no thanks", instead of just leaving you alone they'll continue to pester you for a few more yards.

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They do my nut in. And even when you say "no thanks", instead of just leaving you alone they'll continue to pester you for a few more yards.

lucky lucky men ,gypsies and time share touts as well !!.

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The twilight saga

Bela Lugosi

Scary dogs

caravans

rugby

ketchup sachets

nana mouskouri

jacob's crackers

watery water melon

Gerard Butler

channing tatumn

anvil crawlers

rice crispies

burnt toast

jam roly poly

channing tatumn .......again

the people of uruguay :ninja:

Londumb underground

pickled onions

and darth douche bag

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The twilight saga

Bela Lugosi

Scary dogs

caravans

rugby

ketchup sachets

nana mouskouri

jacob's crackers

watery water melon

Gerard Butler

channing tatumn

anvil crawlers

rice crispies

burnt toast

jam roly poly

channing tatumn .......again

the people of uruguay :ninja:

Londumb underground

pickled onions

and darth douche bag

How can you not love jam roly poly and custard?

 

Winters night, cold, windy and wet.

Fire lit.

Lovely beef dinner and a warming pud.

 

but as far as number one on the list,.....   :closedeyes:zzz

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The twilight saga

Bela Lugosi

Scary dogs

caravans

rugby

ketchup sachets

nana mouskouri

jacob's crackers

watery water melon

Gerard Butler

channing tatumn

anvil crawlers

rice crispies

burnt toast

jam roly poly

channing tatumn .......again

the people of uruguay :ninja:

Londumb underground

pickled onions

and darth douche bag

What's wrong with Nana Mouskouri?

 

You forgot to mention pickled eggs! :D

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