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    Quote Originally Posted by BAKERMAN View Post
    Alemontree Dr Watson

    Holmes asks Watson to drop his trousers and procedes to smear lemon curd all over Watson's bare bottom.

    When Holmes then takes Watson from behind Watson exclaims 'Holmes! - What is the meaning of this???'

    'Lemon entry, My dear Watson! Lemon entry!'

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    Quote Originally Posted by BAKERMAN View Post
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    "Yellow Manta Ray, My dear Watson"

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    Ooooooooooooo. A bit "off-topic" but I like the look of the new Touratech panniers.

    Video HERE.

    One day, I may even be able to afford a set.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Taff View Post
    A bit "off-topic" but I like the look of the new Touratech panniers.

    Video HERE.
    Yup, they had them at the Bikesafe show last weekend - very nice indeed. Must resist, must resist

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    Quote Originally Posted by SamD View Post
    Yup, they had them at the Bikesafe show last weekend - very nice indeed. Must resist, must resist
    Nice RAFFLE Prize

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slowdown View Post
    Holmes asks Watson to drop his trousers and procedes to smear lemon curd all over Watson's bare bottom.

    When Holmes then takes Watson from behind Watson exclaims 'Holmes! - What is the meaning of this???'

    'Lemon entry, My dear Watson! Lemon entry!'
    If the answer is "cockrobin" what's the question?

    "What's that up my arse Batman"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BAKERMAN View Post
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    Thanks Bakerman

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    Quote Originally Posted by BAKERMAN View Post
    Nice RAFFLE Prize

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    Quote Originally Posted by SamD View Post
    I have been in negocation with TOURATECH this afternoon.

    Q: How many £`s worth of raffle tickets extra would you buy if a set of T.T ZEGA pro`s were the first prize ?

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    I say Holmes old chap, I'm struggling with the Time crossword. The clue is a canal for organs, it's ten letters and ends with a y.

    It's alimentary dear Watson!
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    Quote Originally Posted by BAKERMAN View Post
    I have been in negocation with TOURATECH this afternoon.

    Q: How many £`s worth of raffle tickets extra would you buy if a set of T.T ZEGA pro`s were the first prize ?
    ... I'd be interested in buying the winning ticket, if that helps
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    On the contrary, it will prevent them from losing that bright madness of which they are proud."

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Bede View Post
    ... I'd be interested in buying the winning ticket, if that helps
    Well, just bought them at cost with HOGRAOST takings from T.T so lets hope you have the winning ticket

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    Quote Originally Posted by BAKERMAN View Post
    I have been in negocation with TOURATECH this afternoon.

    Q: How many £`s worth of raffle tickets extra would you buy if a set of T.T ZEGA pro`s were the first prize ?
    Hmmm.... one or two....
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisKelley View Post
    Hmmm.... one or two....
    Yup one or 2 books

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    Count me in for a few!!

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    1st PRIZE well only one so far
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