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Old 07 October 2005, 02:14   #91
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I suppose you drive an Isuzu as well!
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Old 07 October 2005, 02:18   #92
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perhaps he might show folks his pride and joy on monday evening at what mollers would call the doggers meet
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Old 11 October 2005, 18:31   #93
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Nah - just like watching slackbladder...

Tally Ho chaps!!!!
in one of the series of blackadder all the guys wear "codpieces"....

was this perhaps inspiration for your character on Ribnet?
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Old 11 October 2005, 19:13   #94
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I should like to pass on my experience as a warning to others...

I went along to a "Doggers Meet" with the full expectation of bumping into some like minded souls who have a fondness for all things doggy.

Imagine my surprise when I encountered several chaps standing outside an Isuzu wherein the only thing doggy was the relative position of the two unlovely individuals performing a very enthusiastic but amateurish rendition of the Swansea Serenade.

I didn't know where to hide my Jack Russell.
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Old 11 October 2005, 19:16   #95
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I should like to pass on my experience as a warning to others...

I went along to a "Doggers Meet" with the full expectation of bumping into some like minded souls who have a fondness for all things doggy.

Imagine my surprise when I encountered several chaps standing outside an Isuzu wherein the only thing doggy was the relative position of the two unlovely individuals performing a very enthusiastic but amateurish rendition of the Swansea Serenade.

I didn't know where to hide my Jack Russell.
fech me that is great, love it
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Old 11 October 2005, 19:17   #96
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I should like to pass on my experience as a warning to others...

I went along to a "Doggers Meet" with the full expectation of bumping into some like minded souls who have a fondness for all things doggy.

Imagine my surprise when I encountered several chaps standing outside an Isuzu wherein the only thing doggy was the relative position of the two unlovely individuals performing a very enthusiastic but amateurish rendition of the Swansea Serenade.

I didn't know where to hide my Jack Russell.
so you dont have a great dane then?
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Old 18 October 2005, 15:19   #97
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shogun sport

well by now you've probably decided on what to get but i have experience of both japanese and german (sorry land rover) a new shogun sport 2.5d in march towed a 6.5rib down to torquay for the racing (safety) and the clutch went. going round a roundabout at 25mph on the A27 and the powersteering belt snapped the car nearly went over the roundabout and into oncoming traffic (dealership were more concerned that i hadn't retrieved the aforesaid item from road when towed to them by recovery) car now fixed and running well, power upgrade a must seat covers a must if you are ever getting in it wet ( i teach jetskiing and the seat covers / mats are a godsend when cold and recovering a ski from lee on solent slipway in a hurry) the towbar electrics are crap and must be lubricated / protected after each use (normal i suppose) and with the power upgrade it will reach an indicated 105 mph (alledgedly on a private road the length of salt lake flats) the turning circle is bloody awful and reversing any sort of boat needs to be experienced... as previously mentioned if its running well it does exactly what it says on the tin as for my other one an Overfinch Range Rover 22" alloys are not there for shingle!!!!!
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Old 19 October 2005, 05:11   #98
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....the most underpriced SUV and highest spec. 4x4 ever produced ... can be immersed in salt water and driven by idiots ( me).... 20000 miles on the clock Nick Hearne and never seen a garage.. The one and only KIA SORENTO

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Old 19 October 2005, 05:15   #99
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.......never seen a garage..
Just 'cause your a tight-fisted waffle eater... doesn't mean you can abuse yer motor like that... show it some love...
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Old 19 October 2005, 05:30   #100
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Just 'cause your a tight-fisted waffle eater... doesn't mean you can abuse yer motor like that... show it some love...

dont eat waffles - stopped all fats.. Got a lovely new beer for you "ORVAL" heard about it??. Got to loose 10 kgs in 2 months or its going to be the knackers yard. Even taken up cycling. Motors love being mal-treated- you should know that!!!

What about this one--- its delicious-- a puree of chestnuts with a trace of oxo warmed up. Delicious.

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