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    Honey badgers

    Will there be any at tosser camp ?

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    Hell yeah....they'll be coming out of hibernation about then....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith Bouncer View Post
    Hell yeah....they'll be coming out of hibernation about then....
    best bring the new HB tool then

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bert the tigger View Post
    Will there be any at tosser camp ?
    I have inside information that if tigers are on the prowl in the area of our 0camp then the hb will be in abundance and in testicle removel mode!

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    Quote Originally Posted by beamerjon View Post
    I have inside information that if tigers are on the prowl in the area of our 0camp then the hb will be in abundance and in testicle removel mode!
    This is not good news, will see if I can buy some HB spray in the morning, do you want me to get you some ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bert the tigger View Post
    best bring the new HB tool then
    You have a dewalt tool for hb, screwfix are doing well ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by beamerjon View Post
    You have a dewalt tool for hb, screwfix are doing well ?
    I have a very large tool and its not from screw fix

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    Quote Originally Posted by beamerjon View Post
    You have a dewalt tool for hb, screwfix are doing well ?
    There could well be a plethera of tools, of all shapes, sizes & uses.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith Bouncer View Post
    There could well be a plethera of tools, of all shapes, sizes & uses.....
    so I can bring my axe then, that has a name as well

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bert the tigger View Post
    so I can bring my axe then, that has a name as well
    They are not toyz you know....only to be applied in a practical, Ray Mears kind of way....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith Bouncer View Post
    They are not toyz you know....only to be applied in a practical, Ray Mears kind of way....
    so what your saying is no axe throwing this time after 15 pints

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bert the tigger View Post
    so what your saying is no axe throwing this time after 15 pints
    correct just chain saw juggling

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    Quote Originally Posted by beamerjon View Post
    correct just chain saw juggling
    Well done JP, a far more sedate activity....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith Bouncer View Post
    Well done JP, a far more sedate activity....
    have you ever tried to start one of those things, with an axe you can just throw it

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    How about

    axe juggling hmmmm
    that could be fun?

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