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    Lost Key

    Due to overindulgence of Pussers Rum and Cider Friday and Saturday ALLDAY and night,
    I seem to have mislaid my R65's key
    Single key on it's own
    I've had Wobblybox turned upside down this AM and NO Sign of it
    Checked Trailer and bikes ignition ain't there either
    So if anyone saw a shiny key anywhere on the weekend and picked it up please let me know

    I blame me age you know

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    Quote Originally Posted by Proff View Post
    Due to overindulgence of Pussers Rum and Cider Friday and Saturday ALLDAY and night,
    I seem to have mislaid my R65's key
    Single key on it's own
    I've had Wobblybox turned upside down this AM and NO Sign of it
    Checked Trailer and bikes ignition ain't there either
    So if anyone saw a shiny key anywhere on the weekend and picked it up please let me know

    I blame me age you know
    Don't know if it would help but is it an original fold over one or a straight one?

    When did you last see it? When you started the bike on Friday afternoon?

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    I thought you gave it to Toad when you agreed to swap bikes

    Just joking

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    I blame Mutlley, he appears to be at the route of most of your troubles over the weekend

    Shep
    A man with no boat is a prisoner.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shep View Post
    I blame Mutlley, he appears to be at the route of most of your troubles over the weekend
    Oh yes, it was ALL my fault

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mutley1150 View Post
    yes, it's ALWAYS my fault
    Fix'd

    PS don't by how much i got in there before Shep, matter of seconds

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mutley1150 View Post
    Oh yes, it was ALL my fault
    That's a confession in my book

    Now give him his key back
    A man with no boat is a prisoner.
    Faroese proverb

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    Quote Originally Posted by Decster View Post
    Fix'd

    PS don't by how much i got in there before Shep, matter of seconds
    Quote Originally Posted by Shep View Post
    That's a confession in my book

    Now give him his key back
    I think I'm in enough trouble without you two stirring it

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    Proff

    Is that similar to " shiny coins , shiny coins" ?
    My other bike is ........... in pieces

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    It was a single key with a ring, not the 'folding black top' type

    Nick

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    Quote Originally Posted by nick.ct View Post
    It was a single key with a ring, not the 'folding black top' type
    As you know so much about it, best let him have it back

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    you mentioned " a ring, not the 'folding black top' type "
    maybe Garfield would be able to help
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    Have you asked Chris? He seemed to like it, and it wouldn't be the first bike he's nabbed off you.
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    Proff, I cleaned out the "pavilion" and swept up. no key there. recon someone must have eaten, drunk or smoked it.

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