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    The Invaders

    de crowe aka Con
    Spear Ruler aka Geraldine
    Revenbyrne aka Brian
    RobertG
    eclectic aka Liam and Naomi
    con1 aka James and Mary
    frosti
    Jaws aka John and Aileen
    PhaedrusMC +1 aka Mark + Adam
    Shapeshifter aka Rob + Trev
    Jochen
    Aidan 1150 aka Aidan and Mandy
    Smelly Old Boots aka Owen
    gerryb aka Gerry and Eileen
    Micky and Norm aka Kev
    Mr Smooth aka John and Bilco aka Malc
    Sgt Bilco aka Chris
    younger06 + pillion aka Keith and Jacqui
    Betty Swollocks aka Stephen and Rhonda
    Glenboy aka Fergal
    Cortina aka Alan and John
    Woodworker +3 aka Gary + 3
    Dean + Shauna
    Tengiz99 aka Pete and Damian
    Magnet and Annie
    Petcul aka Peter
    scotboxer aka Peter
    carolmary aka Carol
    comberjohn
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    David Morton aka Davey
    gs737 aka Owen + 1 + Barry

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    Geraldine , please check spell checker !! Tut Tut

    Quote Originally Posted by Spear Ruler View Post
    de crowe aka Con
    Spear Ruler aka Geraldine
    Revenbyrne aka Brian

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    Gonna twist Norms arm in the cool light of day

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    Quote Originally Posted by Micky View Post
    Gonna twist Norms arm in the cool light of day

    Are you sure.............. it might be better with a few pints in the darkness

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cortina View Post
    Geraldine , please check spell checker !! Tut Tut
    Perhaps it should spell Ravingbyrne

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spear Ruler View Post
    Perhaps it should spell Ravingbyrne
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