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Old 22 June 2009, 08:28   #51
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Thats rich coming from a country where the men wear mini skirts!!!
Aye ... kilts are not for the faint hearted, I wouldnt try it if I were you Codders, knobly knees, milk bottle legs, the lassies would run a mile from ye, (wow.. 3 assumptions in one go)

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It's all very functional. Zippers scare sheep.
IIRC there are far more sheep in Wales per head of human population
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Aye ... kilts are not for the faint hearted, I wouldnt try it if I were you Codders, knobly knees, milk bottle legs, the lassies would run a mile from ye, (wow.. 3 assumptions in one go)



IIRC there are far more sheep in Wales per head of human population
I have a new theory - the more sheep per person the better the country is at Rugby. The one country with even more sheep than Wales is New Zealand!!!
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I have a new theory - the more sheep per person the better the country is at Rugby. The one country with even more sheep than Wales is New Zealand!!!
Christ with 3000 people and 750,000 sheep we ought to win the next rugby World Cup
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Old 27 June 2009, 08:45   #54
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Christ with 3000 people and 750,000 sheep we ought to win the next rugby World Cup
No that's just being silly - you would never have any energy left................
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No that's just being silly - you would never have any energy left................
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I wouldn't buy another landrover if they paid me. My last 90 needed multiple rear view mirrors just to watch for the bits falling off, these included insignificant and obviously unneeded parts such as a passenger door, a front wheel and the gearbox extension case seperating from the main body of the car at random intervals.......
LR have been trading on badge loyalty now for a number of years IMO
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Great video - the Royal Marines do similar things!!!

How can the front wheel fall off a Land Rover? Unless of course repeated use of an air driver has sheared the studs?

Nothing has fallen off any of my Land Rovers - ever!!!
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