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Old 10 October 2005, 03:55   #81
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Your assuming that students are pennyless peeps living on 7lb tins of bake beans for months on end. It is worth pointing out that they all seem to have a rib, some have more than one , towed by the latest 4x4 and all sport enough gold chains to make themselves look like some heavy rapper dudes They have never had it so good.

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Your assuming that students are pennyless peeps living on 7lb tins of bake beans for months on end. It is worth pointing out that they all seem to have a rib, some have more than one , towed by the latest 4x4 and all sport enough gold chains to make themselves look like some heavy rapper dudes They have never had it so good.

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Old 10 October 2005, 04:15   #83
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Spoke with Kevin last night .

nice if you can, we can have a non existing discussion on how not to organanise an unorganised cruise

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Your assuming that students are pennyless peeps living on 7lb tins of bake beans for months on end. It is worth pointing out that they all seem to have a rib, some have more than one , towed by the latest 4x4 and all sport enough gold chains to make themselves look like some heavy rapper dudes They have never had it so good.

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They just got their loans in, so beers are on them!

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Old 10 October 2005, 06:16   #85
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Hi Guys & Dolls,

Work prevents me from attending this spectacular church service (I never thought religion could be so much fun).

Hi Bogib, hope you are well. We got back from Bolougne yesterday, great trip over from Dover Slipway (the narrow one)!!!!!!

I feel a cruise comming on, a great place for the w/end

Next time peep's, have a good night

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They just got their loans in, so beers are on them!

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Looks like we can make it for a rare change

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I will be coming and by the way an interesting topic for a discussion
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'Twill be great to see you (& Wiesia if she's around).

We're going up a bit early for teeeeeee.

A few from just over the hill (ye know what I mean ) will also be joining us. Dudes. Oh and we think Bogib's nearly here !

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