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    'you were working as a waitress in a ........'







    makes a change from rustling sheep

    (or was he selling them )



    bedlingtons and all other canines 1 rasmus 0



    cheers bill - yer a star



    ooh purdy (shame it didnt do that on friday)



    friend bought one of these to turn into a recovery truck within an hour of getting to from notts to wales on a pre booked (cough) mot it was looking a bit bare



    new look this year is shite shorts not shirts



    yes dear im having a nice time dear............



    and i thought i was a lightweight



    hnng



    hinge and bracket - notice theyre INSIDE the barn



    the man with no name



    pete is goin riders on monday



    says it all - william youre a star mate



    ow my eyes



    shep coulda nearly used the boat



    no comment



    least its not shandy



    fastest ive seen him move

    brilliant - thanks all

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    There's some happy looking fuckers there!

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    Some Ugly Cnuts too JayC


    Quote Originally Posted by JayC View Post
    There's some happy looking fuckers there!
    A Blessing maybe, perhaps due to the inclement weather,

    Thankfully Ash's posterior seem to have remained covered!!!!
    Oh Great and Wise Deity, Grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change,

    Courage to change the things I can! And the wisdom to know the difference!

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    Bill,

    Many thanks for yet another great STD. this certainly the best GS'er event EVER. In my opinion of course.

    Doubly sad you're not doing another one next year, but I do understand your reasons. It was a brilliant weekend and even the weather couldn't stop everyone having a good time.

    Cheers Bill.


    Regards,

    Phil

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