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I would just like to say

Discussion in 'Defender 90 / 110 / 130' started by Hippo, May 20, 2013.

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  1. kevstar

    kevstar Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Tis a Manitou. ;)
     
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    Smashing job that and so beautifully neat. :)
     
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    kevstar Well-Known Member Full Member

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    155 for super think I was 1.47 last time.
     
  4. Hicap phill

    Hicap phill Well-Known Member

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    It’s when I got to a pump with the Motobike for £20 & that’s a full tank.
     
  5. kevstar

    kevstar Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Thank you very much,;) every slate is measured before being nailed takes longer but it you get a
    nice finish. :):)
     
  6. kevstar

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    20 quid a tank.. I remember my evo was 35 quid to fill it now its 50 quid.
     
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    I fink you meant pence - or you've got the most expensive diesel on the planet :D
     
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    It's the old fingers that don't strike the keys properly sometimes. That's my excuse and I'm sticking to it. :D
     
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    Time to upgrade from the typewriter to a computer :D
     
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    What do you mean? I've only just managed to use a pencil. :D
     
  11. kevstar

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    Ouch haha :D:D
     
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    In the mid-late 1990's I worked for a major UK telephone company as a specialist Call-Centre Salesman.
    One of the prospects was an offshoot of Lloyds Bank. It was the part of Lloyds Called "Lloyds Stockbrokers".
    Well, the campaign to sell the switch/call centre was a long one and it culminated in a meeting just before Xmas.
    The great and the good were all assembled for the presentation by the senior account manager as to why buying the solution from us was safe bet and they were in good hands.
    All through the campaign duration I had always referred to the client within our happy band of salesfolks as "Lloyds cockstrokers" and right on cue... at the final presentation the sales big-wig referred to them as such.
    I was delighted to see the double-takes... but the chairman of said "Cockstrokers" was too busy brushing castor-sugar off his tie from the mince pie he had just shoved in his maw to really protest.
    We got the deal...I got paid. :)
     
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    Morning all ... bins out, cats fed, brew done ...
     
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    My Old Landy Onward and Upwards Full Member

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    Morning, have a good time whatever you are doing :)
     
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    Mornin all
    Looks alright out there again.
    An it's anuvver Fridi for me :D
     
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    Tis bad news. Yer'll turn unto a bicyclist.
     
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    Morning.
    Damp,dark,cold. Colours are getting better in the trees
    It’s all down hill now to spring.
     
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    Hippo Lord Hippo

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    Eye is awake

    edit spellin
     
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    Low, dark and damp clouds this morning, even the wee dog came back in after twenty minutes.
    I've got lots of 'bits' to do today if I am to be ready for the 'off'.
    Whatever you are doing today, I hope it all goes well and is enjoyable - and NOT raining. :)
     
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    Morning you lot tis a tad blowy oot dark n angry skys :(
    Fire has been cleaned n lit.

    Damm I left my hat in the back of the landy its soaking wet. :(:(

    Have a wonderful sataday (git) lol :D:D
     
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