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    Thai Boxers - I'm liking that.

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    here's my go

    Quote Originally Posted by brassmonkey001 View Post
    Thai Boxers - I'm liking that.

    If the weather doesn't improve it'll be Thai - Stick in the mud.



    THAI - M TO PARTYUKGSer winter frozen frollick.



    well twas the best i could do.
    I'D Rather be a live hasbeen than a dead Wanabee....

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    In the word of the late YUL BRYNER

    "So shall it be writen, so shall it be done" from that all time favorite musical, The King and Thai

    Love and kisses on the bottom xxx

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    A Good Crack

    I worked a 12 hour night shift last night and got no sleep today. Thats my excuse for this grumpy reply.

    A barrister recently caused uproar in court, when talking about flashy tasteless jewellry, use the expression "he was wearing a bling".

    In the same way we dont say "a bling", we also dont say "a great crack". The expression is "great craic"-it comes from the Irish language and loosely means "good fun". We of course would not say "a good fun".

    Incidentally "a great crack" means "a good thump to...", generally the head.

    OK, I'll go and take the pole from my ass now!

    Brendy

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    i think you missunderstood

    Quote Originally Posted by Brendy View Post
    I worked a 12 hour night shift last night and got no sleep today. Thats my excuse for this grumpy reply.

    A barrister recently caused uproar in court, when talking about flashy tasteless jewellry, use the expression "he was wearing a bling".

    In the same way we dont say "a bling", we also dont say "a great crack". The expression is "great craic"-it comes from the Irish language and loosely means "good fun". We of course would not say "a good fun".

    Incidentally "a great crack" means "a good thump to...", generally the head.

    OK, I'll go and take the pole from my ass now!

    Brendy
    i was refering to the fact we have 50ish tossers coming to the event and as the barns floor is wood and over 60years old its likely to give at some piong making a "GREAT CRACK"
    Now go get yer head down and get some sleep, your spoiling the fun
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    so who won ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Philzafuka View Post
    so who won ?
    Best pick the name of the event after it's over. Then you'll know what happened and be able to have a better idea what's relevant

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whatton View Post
    Best pick the name of the event after it's over. Then you'll know what happened and be able to have a better idea what's relevant
    Got ya

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    Why not call it

    "Shropshire 23rd - 25th January 2009"

    or

    23rd -25th January 2009 Ironbridge (Shropshire)

    That way none of the forum titles need changing

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steptoe View Post
    Everyones gone in the car party.
    There was at leasr 20 bijes out side when we lfet and Prffo's cide was folwing nively

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul G (BHT) View Post
    There was at leasr 20 bijes out side when we lfet and Prffo's cide was folwing nively
    Well thats great, I hope the cide don't run out

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul G (BHT) View Post
    There was at leasr 20 bijes out side when we lfet and Prffo's cide was folwing nively
    Iunderstood all of that...i8m worried
    Dont knock on my door.

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    My suggestion..





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    Hope that comes out ok

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    come on then lets put it to the vote

    i'll go with what evers decided then i'll get t-shirts made to order. i'll do a ukgser on the front with yer name, a bmw logo on the sleeve and the event name on the back with a gs boxer engine in the middle. i'll get one made up so you can see.
    I'D Rather be a live hasbeen than a dead Wanabee....

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    Quote Originally Posted by sycomoto View Post
    i'll go with what evers decided then i'll get t-shirts made to order. i'll do a ukgser on the front with yer name, a bmw logo on the sleeve and the event name on the back with a gs boxer engine in the middle. i'll get one made up so you can see.
    I'll have one as long as they're not White !!!

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