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Old 20 August 2009, 17:35   #31
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Yer, the wife has loads of stains.... can anyone recomend anything to clean her underside? I hope she dont see this post or my new drysuit fitting on Saturday is well out the window.
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Old 21 August 2009, 01:05   #32
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Try not to sneeze with a mouth full of custard.................
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Old 21 August 2009, 03:33   #33
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For a hot brekkie when you arrive at work, wrap a kipper in tin foil and stuff it down beside the exhaust manifold. 10mins will do the job.
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Keep a spare boat ignition key on your car keyring so you won't be dissapointed at the slipway

Oh and drink less beer.....It helps with the golden snow thing
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Old 02 October 2009, 09:55   #35
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Attach keys to a retractable key ring and clip them to your belt loop on your trousers, this way you shouldn't lose your keys easily, other items like mobile phones can be attached too.
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Attach keys to a retractable key ring and clip them to your belt loop on your trousers, this way you shouldn't lose your keys easily, other items like mobile phones can be attached too.
na na na na na na naaaaa......Batman!

Seriously, the 'utility belt' look really isn't cool?

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Old 02 October 2009, 13:09   #37
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Old 02 October 2009, 13:15   #38
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na na na na na na naaaaa......Batman!

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It isn't a good look but saves you losing keys when your away from home and its the only set you have.
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Old 02 October 2009, 13:32   #39
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the chillie thing is true...
we bought that levi roots cook book...
i thought ...cook dinner ...bonus points..
i went for a shit after cutting up scotch bonnet peppers...no really.....its fukin agony..didnt know what to do...
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1: Don’t do anything RIB related with out first asking the RIB.net collective for their views.

2: Don’t add more catalyst to resin than it says thinking “ah it will be fine”

3: Don’t tell the wife how much a RIB burns in fuel or cost to buy.
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