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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang
    maybe you should have carted a few back in your saddle bags
    Or in grannies saddlebags.

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    Yep, fuk living in Lao I'm immigrating to Cumbria, just for those chips and snaggers (Aussie speak for sausages , for the uncultured)
    What the fuck are you on about? Your a fucking import aren't you.
    SNAGS not snaggers.
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    I thought it was Courtney Love.
    please don't call me Love!

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    Quote Originally Posted by withnallstoke
    Did you nail the sweaty granny?
    I didn't drink that much, withnall. Agnes is 15 pints of McEwans territory.


    Quote Originally Posted by Bettyboo
    That's a nice looking sausage bap
    Betsy! Where the bladdy hell have you been, you old tart?



    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang
    I've got a back garden full of them and a patio i'm working on.
    That's a nice project to work on - building own drystone wall. Let us know how you get on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang View Post
    I've got a back garden full of them and a patio i'm working on.

    There's always a few laying around unused and unloved that end up in the back of the car on my trips up in the hills.
    This reminded me of a report I read the other day and when I used google to find it, I was amazed of the number of reports about stone going missing! You might have to take a bit of care on your next foraging trip!

    Stone thieves are dismantling Yorkshire?s heritage, warn police | UK news | The Guardian

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