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Old 05 December 2006, 03:04   #71
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Hi All,

Just a quick note to inform you all that the Xmas menu list is now CLOSED.

I delived your menu choices last night.

See you all on the 15th, a gentle reminder gentlemen Best Bib & Tucker please
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Old 05 December 2006, 04:06   #72
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A suggestion among last night's convention is to have Secretive Santa this year please!
His 'n' Hers or Unisex?

Some Girlies might not be too impressed with a new throttle lever warmer.
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Old 05 December 2006, 08:43   #73
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Hi All,

Just a quick note to inform you all that the Xmas menu list is now CLOSED.

I delived your menu choices last night.

See you all on the 15th, a gentle reminder gentlemen Best Bib & Tucker please

What if you got no Bib and Tucker
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Old 05 December 2006, 11:55   #74
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What if you got no Bib and Tucker
Jackeen will tell you where to hire a Kilt.
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Old 05 December 2006, 15:15   #75
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I've got a grass skirt
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Old 05 December 2006, 15:23   #76
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His 'n' Hers or Unisex?

Some Girlies might not be too impressed with a new throttle lever warmer.
Hehehehe
You can say that again!

Secret Santa needs to be unisex with a pressie for the ribbin girl or guy

All deposits are paid up also and the Churchillian Management are very appreciative.

Thanks all
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Hmmm, Bilge pump.....What could a Girl use that for

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Dealing with excess water in the bilges of course. What do you guys use 'em for?

Of course some of you use ceiling lights as backscratchers !

That's a wonderful new ribbing trophy you've designed Andy! Work of art.

Kathleen
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I know this is a tall order at the last minute but is there any chance at all I could get a place for one more person (old school friend is staying with me and I'd overlooked this dinner). I'd be happy to drive up to the church and pay for the place tomorrow if it's possible....
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Don't hold your breath Kathleen, I'm still not convinced about the base yet. I do have a backup plan though
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