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    Making a strangers day

    i was woundering if any one has made a total strangers day,on my last thread about parcels to thailand,teakdoor member chronical man,was asking about getting a camcorder shipped over from the states,and was saying that he had a few parcels go missing,well as iam comming over in october i offerd to get this for him and and meet him in bangkok,so now after a few emails,some serching for the camera,its all systems go,this will also be the first teakdoor member i have met to my knowledge,heres to new friends.,its good to give back sometime as this forum has helped me in the past.
    Dum Spiro Spero !!!

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    Everything he's said is true. This is really an awesome way to meet someone else in the TeakDoor website. It has been a lot of fun getting to meet someone. Also, I really appreciate the aid/help in obtaining this camcorder I've been dreaming about having.

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    duggie's a serial killer, goodbye Chronical Man!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jizzybloke
    duggie's a serial killer, goodbye Chronical Man!
    lol,i dident know i new you????,well if i did and i was you wouldent be posting or are you just wanting to be a victim??

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    good on ya fellas, i gotta say, i reckon i,ve met/madesome really good mates here, the 'DOORS' have been a real wealthy find for me,had some real good times with some absolute arseoles which suits me fine!

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    Why am I skeptical?
    Is it the 70 posts between them?
    The 40 minutes between the posts at 3 am (local)?

    Well done lads (wink wink)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Texpat
    Why am I skeptical?
    well dont be!!!! iam offshore in the uk just now(time now 11-25pm) as for CM you will just have to ask him what hes doing up at that time, you could always come and meet us both on the 3rd october in bangkok, to cure your skeptical mind???

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    Didn't say it is fabricated, just odd. Bangkok is a nine hour drive. I'll take your word for it.

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    Gee, I hope he pays you. I never heard of him before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jizzybloke
    duggie's a serial killer, goodbye Chronical Man!
    At least the event can be recorded for posterity.

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    Every day i make millions of strangers happy, by keeping it that way and never meeting them.

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    ^ your effort will be recognised as I have nominated you for the Nobel Peace Prize - you are sure to win it.

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    Thankyou Baldrick. The award will take pride of place amongst my other notable life attainment awards:-
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    Soggy biscuit champion. 1970-1977, boys bogs, King Edwards school.

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    I once took a homeless guy to eat at MK in MBK.

    I went to the loo after eating and left him to pay the bill.

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    If somebody would like to make my day......I need a pot belly stove and at least 3 jars of vegemite from Oz !!!

    Oh and a contractors wheelbarrow, fencing pliers, yakka and rm williams work shirts, an adz, 2 stanley planes and spare blades, cricket set, kids size tennis rackets, kids size gold clubs, a footy, cricket caps with kangaroo on it at least 4, a boomerang or 3, flannel shirts, a border collie dog and a kangaroo if possible.
    I like poisoning my neighbours dogs till they die cos I'm a cnut

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nawty
    a boomerang or 3,
    3? Is that incase you lose a couple?

    Quote Originally Posted by Nawty
    once took a homeless guy to eat at MK in MBK. I went to the loo after eating and left him to pay the bill.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nawty
    3 jars of vegemite from Oz
    Maybe I can make your morning, anyway- I've got a large jar of vegemite right here in Thailand that you are welcome too.

    It's empty though.



    Well done Duggie.

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    An old lady, with a walking stick, once offered to help me cross a busy road. Made my day.

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    If anyone ever knows where to get some Marmite from in Thailand, that would make my year!

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    Quote Originally Posted by StrontiumDog
    If anyone ever knows where to get some Marmite from in Thailand, that would make my year!
    Marmite . . . the poor man's vegemite!

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    It's the food of the gods my friend. Ambrosia. Nothing beats marmite on toast with extra mature cheddar cheese, melted under the grill until it goes a bit bubbly.

    Or for an orgasm inducing experience, some fine ham (a slice or 2, depending upon personal tastes), under the cheese, then melt the cheese.

    Possibly the greatest food devised by mankind....well me anyway.
    "Slavery is the daughter of darkness; an ignorant people is the blind instrument of its own destruction; ambition and intrigue take advantage of the credulity and inexperience of men who have no political, economic or civil knowledge. They mistake pure illusion for reality, license for freedom, treason for patriotism, vengeance for justice."-Simón Bolívar

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    Marmite you can get in any tops.......but they are a low british company I think, so they do not stock the good stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StrontiumDog
    If anyone ever knows where to get some Marmite from in Thailand, that would make my year!
    Foodland, Villa & Central, but be careful that it's not the godawful shitty NZ/Aus crap that tastes like Vegeshite. Make sure it's in the correct jar.

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    Hey, thanks! I really hadn't seen it. I've looked about too. I will head out immediately!

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    Its near the Thai made jams....where it belongs in the crap section of the food isle

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