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Old 07 September 2004, 10:11   #11
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Actually the answer to.......

.....this question is "It takes the whole Forum apart from Ian" Why ? Simple - Ian would post a thread asking the whole forum to turn up then at the last minute, decide he wasn't going to join in

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It's the teeth that do it. He's even got his own smiley. We use him at Pwllhelli to get into harbour. If you've got the upper set aligned with the lower set, you're on course.

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Old 08 September 2004, 08:38   #16
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Fantastic......

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..... and if Phil "leading light" Davies is un-available, we could always use Dave or me as stand in port hand marks... after a day in the sun "sans hats" that is......or S/board after a night at the Bryn..

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.....not forgetting Ian, who'd see if he could find one on Ebay before travelling overnight to Scotland to pick it up;
....Codprawn, who will have tried every brand of bulb on the market, have a mate who runs a bulb manufacturing business in Monte Carlo, and insist that the only bulbs never to blow are those fitted to 30 year old Land Rover 110s;
....Richard B, who'd instigate a long-winded debate on the intricacies of bulb design with copious links to lightbulb chat forums;
....RichL, who'd video the entire event and then laugh uncontrollably as it shattered over everyone else's heads;
....Bilge Rat, who'd warn everyone of the potentially huge financial losses that can be incurred through the use of second-hand bulbs, but would be happy to recommend a suitable cleaning agent for renovating old bulbs;
....Alan Priddy, who'd attempt to set a world record for the fastest bulb change in history and then whinge like buggery because noone would sponsor him and nobody had the slightest interest in recognising his achievement;
.....and not forgetting Missus Jackeen, who'd start a thread on Ribnet 6 months prior to the aforementioned bulb change, tell everyone what a life changing experience it had been, write a poem about it, check 'Who's Online' and then bollock everyone who hadn't contributed to the thread
Now that is funny!..and I thought there wasn't any humour on this site!

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