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Old 20 December 2011, 15:55   #21
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maiy daiy maydaiy maiydaiy
dis iz de willfish

i am in de fkin cakk
mi honnda az forlen orf de bakk ov de bote
mi pozishun iz ....fuk itt de GSP iz fukt az wel. sum wher inn de fkin sowlint

i reekwire imediut asistunce yew twatts an downt gett sendin wan ov dem attlantiks ful ov ribnobburs. sennd mee a propper orl wevver bote

an fkin urry upp
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excellent - ive just printed that out and stuck it on my console!
Looks like a sound enough call

Mind you .. berating your rescue team is a sure fire way to get them to observe the speed limits on the way out ?
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Old 20 December 2011, 16:14   #22
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Mind you .. berating your rescue team is a sure fire way to get them to observe the speed limits on the way out ?
hym... ai rekkon dat if de wiLlfish waz too gyve ay staited posytion, der wood bee noe shortaige ov ribnobburs russian to assasinate assist hymn
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Old 20 December 2011, 16:22   #23
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Great thanks guys, I can see where this thread it headed , Biffer I think you are right. Will not go drilling 'oles if it can be avoided.

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Old 20 December 2011, 17:19   #24
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Great thanks guys, I can see where this thread it headed ,
Such a pessimist .. only one person on this thread has called Polwart a w⚓ .. most of us are far more reserved and the torl one has fooked off and left him a hard job and he didnt see it coming
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Old 20 December 2011, 18:00   #25
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The reason your plate will be rotten inside will be crevice corossion rather than salt evaporation probably, was the plate looking like puff candy in the places hidden from sight?

I came across this on 316L when working on marine equipment in the past where even 316L is destroyed where it is in contact with seawater and kept anoxic, after a while you can easily snap 12mm bolts with your fingers despite looking reasonably solid outside!
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Old 20 December 2011, 20:44   #26
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puff candy
Is this delicacy only found North of the border?
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Old 20 December 2011, 23:09   #27
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Is this delicacy only found North of the border?
lol - crunchie but nicer ... but deep fried mar bars are better...
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Bruce,

yep, the perfect example of same.....once I had washed the salt off it first!
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but deep fried mar bars are better...
Doing one while chewing the other - my mental image of the quintessential Scot.
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Doing one while chewing the other - my mental image of the quintessential Scot.
yus. yor rite popps

ifn dem scoch bastuds wud stopp chewin bowlts thay wudunt orl luk lyke girners.
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