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Old 04 February 2012, 13:37   #11
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Originally Posted by martini View Post
And we all know what can happen when pressurised containers get warmed up
Only an aerosol would make jokes like that Matt....

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Old 04 February 2012, 13:53   #12
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Originally Posted by Razorbill RIBs View Post
Only an aerosol would make jokes like that Matt....
Many years ago I worked for a skip company.
We had an old metal wheelie bin in the yard that the yard scrotes used to chuck wood into and burn to keep warm in the winter.

Favourite sport was to stick a chunk of steel drainpipe into it and drop aerosols in top down to see how far they'd fly-until a burning one landed on the office portacabin

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Old 04 February 2012, 14:09   #13
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"Scrotes", "aerosols", "drainpipes".............shotgun cartridges sound right up your pipe dude.
But really.......your ribs will stay inflated for as long as you hold your breath. Unless you open your chops for a "deep clean".
Anyway Scotland lost.
Damned shame.
Glad England won though.
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Old 06 February 2012, 04:02   #15
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5 sections.

2 stay up indefinetly.
2 take a fortnight or so to get to the point you might want to think about adding a bit of air.
1 I wouldn't leave it on a mooring overnight 'till I can track down the ***ing leak! :rolleyes

During the summer I pull it out the garage with toobs slightly soft. 15 mins on the road and I watch the toobs self inflate in the mirrors!

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