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Old 06 December 2006, 18:12   #21
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Couple of other shots which sold it to us. Good luck with her Nick, think they will still talk to us
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Old 06 December 2006, 18:40   #22
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Oh dear, there's an infection running though RIBnetters.

Congratulations Pete on your new purchase, dose that mean that your Ribbing days are over now that you have an Old Spice II
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Old 07 December 2006, 04:33   #23
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Oh dear, there's an infection running though RIBnetters. Congratulations Pete on your new purchase, dose that mean that your Ribbing days are over now that you have an Old Spice II
Thanks, we wanted a bit more comfort for hols etc although we still have Old Spice

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Old 07 December 2006, 05:02   #24
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1) Congratulatins on a safe delivery of Viviennes Xmas Pressie.

2) Is Old Mice I still getting a Port-a-Loo fitted?

3) Welcome to real fuel prices.

4) Will the brolly fit under that awning?

5) Has it got a freezer?

6) How long before you plan to fit a new console, tow bar, bow thruster or re-deck her?

7) When will The Jackeens stop laughing?

8) Can you live with out the carbon cloud?

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Old 07 December 2006, 05:10   #25
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Pete you do make me feel better & I still have tubes on the Little Yam!
Looks great very snug on a wet & windy day!
Look for ward to dropping the hock in Priory bay & chilling out looking on as the unwashed try & fined some sand with some sun left on it!
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Old 07 December 2006, 05:28   #26
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Look for ward to dropping the hock in Priory bay & chilling out looking on as the unwashed try & fined some sand with some sun left on it!
absolutely, providing some of them 'orrible little rubber boats don't to get in the way, and what about the smog coming out the back of them? awful. How do they keep Pimms cold ? , disposable BBQs and warm tinned beer, poor things.

Mark, its not for using, we are going to sit in the marina every weekend watching all the other boat owners sitting on there boats every weekend watching....... but don't worry its always entertaining watching peeps launch those little rubber boats at the slipway. I know our valuable comments to assist them will always be gratefully received

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absolutely, providing some of them 'orrible little rubber boats don't to get in the way, and what about the smog coming out the back of them? awful. How do they keep Pimms cold ? , disposable BBQs and warm tinned beer, poor things.
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Old 07 December 2006, 06:21   #28
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I know our valuable comments to assist them will always be gratefully received
And so will the assistance of those 'orrible little rubber boats, when you loose or run out of * sun tan lotion/sun glasses/chocolate hobnobs/the thrill of the wind in your hair and flies in your teeth/beer (cold)/tools/fenders/water (depth of)/tenders (to run ashore)/seamanship advice/common sense/ropes/charts/life jackets/oil/petrol/sense of humour/good company/toilet paper/news papers/your way/fire extinguisher/kids/gas/furniture polish/batteries/spare parts/insect repellant/instruction books/sea room/washing up liquid/hair spray/entertainment/first aid kit etc.
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Old 07 December 2006, 13:54   #29
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Mark if your offering, there is the small matter of the marine loo. It doesn't quite work at the moment. Being a former Yachtie you must have come across the problem before. So what happens when you take a loo apart after someone has pumped it like mad, only to find it didn't clear

It could be a full drysuit jobbie

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It could be a full drysuit jobbie
mi gess iz dat itts a olliday jobby dats blokkin itt upp.

olliday jobbys arr twise az bigg az nawmul.

de best waiy too shifft de buggir iz to connict wan of yorr divin bottuls too de pype an giv itt a blasst of comprest ayr.

de bestist tyme too doo itt wud be wen orl dem ribnobburs arr parkt upp alorngsyde.

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