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    Do you need any payment up front????

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    Nah,
    Payment on the day will be fine
    Thanks for the offer tho'

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    Quote Originally Posted by NeilDD View Post
    Your in

    Looks like more meat shopping
    I dont think 2.5 kg of steak is going to be enough

    This means
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    Are in for a good time

    Ditchie Womble and Lo-IQ may not be
    Thanks

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    Don't worry. If there's any left over, we can have it cold for breakfast

    If you need another helper, I can help stirring etc. I even have my own spoon

    2005 R1200GS Classic. Remus De-cat and Hilltop remap.

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    Daft boy!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Madame B View Post
    Daft boy!!
    And this coming from someone who is "somewhat adrift of the plot..!!!"

    And YES. I are daft. How else would I survive in this place (ukgser)?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Miff View Post
    And this coming from someone who is "somewhat adrift of the plot..!!!"

    And YES. I are daft. How else would I survive in this place (ukgser)?
    Its the best way to survive life Miff

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    Can't argue with either of you! :p

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    Cheers Neil,
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    Chris and I for the stew if not to late?

    Will give you a hand if required?

    Regards

    Cobbster

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    Quote Originally Posted by cobbster View Post
    Chris and I for the stew if not to late?

    Will give you a hand if required?

    Regards

    Hi Cobbster,
    Only just seen this, and you've snuck in under the wire

    Eating meat

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    Chris

    List now closed, sorry folks

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    Oops - it looks like I've been squeezed out.

    Not to worry, I'd rather that the meal went to someone who could guarantee to be there.
    The OOaa bird is so-called because it lays square eggs

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    Ya snooze, Ya lose...
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    Are you coming on the trail ride, or do you only do that sort on thing on 4 wheels?
    The OOaa bird is so-called because it lays square eggs

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    I took my down a green lane the other week.

    It was the most horrible thing I've ever done on 2 wheels....

    I was on road tyres, and can hardly reach the floor...
    2005 R1200GS Classic. Remus De-cat and Hilltop remap.

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    Talking 1 more serving available


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    As we have had a drop out (Mr )
    There is 1 more serving of my spicy goulash/stew going

    If you're there Friday just let me know (I'm having to come by car now ) to bring all the makings, and I'll add you to the list.

    If you have your own bowls and irons it will make things easier, but I do have some disposable stuff if needed

    Cheers
    See you all soon

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