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Old 02 May 2007, 12:29   #11
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x5 ?? your having a laugh!! here goes another one!!
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Old 02 May 2007, 12:32   #12
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here goes another one!!
No way, I am not even going there........
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Old 02 May 2007, 12:44   #13
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No way, I am not even going there........
come on you big girls blouse,this is your chance to make a stand against the landy anoraks
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Old 02 May 2007, 17:00   #14
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I used to have a Landy too, nice and solidly built and great as long as you didn't mind waing to all the traffic while you were broken down in a layby all the time.
The old style Cherokee I have now may be less solidly built but in 7 years it hasn't let me down once so far...............
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Old 02 May 2007, 17:27   #15
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What the hells all this 4X4 stuff doing here? There's a special 4X4 place for that under "Other Stuff"

This thread's supposed to be about bickering. CAN'T YOU READ?
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You lookin' at me, well are you? There ain't anyone else here.............
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Old 02 May 2007, 17:48   #17
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Old 02 May 2007, 17:55   #18
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grumble...

reading that fascinating thread on the bloke wot drives a rib in lulworth in its entirety made me miss my favorite telly programe; Grand Designs earlier, and when i got to the end of the thread i found it didn't have one yet... b*stards.
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< Edit: Split from this thread JK >

Having read many threads i have come to the conclusion that i am not interested in the constant bickering that goes on here SO i will say goodbye.
if you can stop arguing long enough to get your boats out on the water i may see you out there if not have fun...
I love a good bicker, a good argument is even better.
On a forum, everyone gets the chance to make their pitch, this is of course going lead to "bickering" even argument. Only doing so on a forum will or should derive a consensus (hope thatis spelt ok, still no spell checker John K., although who cares)
So Clive I invite you to get over it and contribute buddy. Iam sure you will check your "here after" most of the best decisions arrive at only after even argument, also called debate. No one said these forum people myself included are good debaters, but we should still be heard!

As my nine year old says "get over it dad" you too clive, you too.

I hope you reconsider as I am sure we will appreciate your contribution.
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What the hells all this 4X4 stuff doing here? There's a special 4X4 place for that under "Other Stuff"

This thread's supposed to be about bickering. CAN'T YOU READ?
I think you'll find we're being sarcastic there has been so many "bikkering" debates over 4x4's, which 4x4's, etc etc just seemed a light hearted bit of banter. Clearly you do not see the funny side of it. Don't panic as I am sure the last thing the majority of people on here want is another debate on who makes the best 4x4 and how many mountains they will and will not climb etc etc, what they can/can't tow. So fret ye not Carl and myself were not after starting another 4x4 debate just a bit of light hearted hunour.
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