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Old 10 August 2011, 08:25   #41
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Hope your shoulders are wide enough to take them in good spirit?!
Not too wide, or he won't get into the garage

ee lad, tha can't educate pork
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Old 10 August 2011, 08:53   #42
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Not too wide, or he won't get into the garage

ee lad, tha can't educate pork
On yer bike yer MALAKAS (not a misprint)
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It's not a balls up of a calculations, not even a calculation! It's one measurement! Doh! God help you when you're working out tide heights based on tide times, flow rates and GMT and BST differences. You'll be high and dry.
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It's not a balls up of a calculations, not even a calculation! It's one measurement! Doh! God help you when you're working out tide heights based on tide times, flow rates and GMT and BST differences. You'll be high and dry.
More dry if I follow Pikey's example
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