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Sad . . .

Postby Nick » Sun Aug 11, 2013 8:54 am

To hear elsewhere that a venerable member of this parish is 'struggling'.

Should we take a collection?
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Re: Sad . . .

Postby claymore » Sun Aug 11, 2013 10:19 am

Que?
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Re: Sad . . .

Postby claymore » Sun Aug 11, 2013 10:31 am

Aaahh
Now I am with you.
I think the struggle is due in part to having bought the Jag.
When he hits the pedal and all 84 valves and 36 carburettors are opened wide, the sound of the petrol slurping through is similar to Cuan at peak flow.
Not sue what theregulations are regarding storage of petrolbut if he could get away with it, the swimming pool would hold a few gallons and I assume he could get a decent rate for bulk purchase?

Its spitting here at the moment.
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Re: Sad . . .

Postby FullCircle » Mon Aug 12, 2013 11:07 pm

He and I are not allowed on the same road at the same time, as we have the same model of fast gentleman's sporting carriage, and there is not enough spare fuel for the rest of the population to travel.

It would be like watching a Doppler of Mr Toad.


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