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Old 03 May 2006, 17:26   #11
Country: UK - England
Town: cornwall
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I gues it was a watersports movie maybe , Ill have a copy if there is any good surfin in it .

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Old 03 May 2006, 21:13   #12
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Town: Punta gorda Fl.
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Make: Falcon U.S.A.
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Originally Posted by codprawn
Bint is an Arabic term meaning daughter. It was brought back by British soldiers when we ran the Empire - it had almost died out but it seems to be used more again now.

I use it in the context of "stupid woman" or "bimbo". I usually refer to my on/off on/off girlfriend as Skinny Bint or SB for short!!!

as to getting my boat should be about the 20th - loads to arrange.
I won't make launch by the 20th so you are safe to beat me, my tube set is not scheduled for completion/repair until about that time, and it has to be shipped and then installed. Put up some pics when you get your boat.

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Old 04 May 2006, 02:08   #13
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10:00 - 02 May 2006
Swansea coastguards have rapped a fishnet stockinged tourist who they saved from drowning in a race against time.

The Portuguese woman had to be plucked to safety in Mumbles in a rescue that cost thousands. She was wearing a mini-skirt, fishnets and fashion boots.

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Fast... Very feckin fast please.
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Old 08 May 2006, 03:48   #14
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Its happeaned again.....AGAIN!!! THIS IS GETTING SILLY!

Rescued after sea walk in high heels
May 8 2006
Robin Turner, Western Mail

WELSH coastguards are appealing to people to wear suitable clothing on seaside walks, after a woman was rescued from rocks wearing a mini-skirt and high heels.

The woman, on holiday in Gower from Portugal, was stranded by the tide on a rocky island off Mumbles Head at the weekend.

She and friends were helped into the Mumbles Inshore Lifeboat and taken safely to shore.

Swansea Coastguard watch officer Steve Jones said, "It is vital people have got warm gear and are appropriately dressed when on walks along the coastline."

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