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    Santa Funny Christmas

    Spent Christmas Eve with my friend since he had to come across the country to be with his mother.
    He had to leave his family behind and be with his mother today , he's going back tomorrow .
    I'm on the way to him again as he really is alone.
    Remember people Christmas is about caring and sharing and this has been my Christmas this year.
    Have a very Merry Christmas Folks



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    had the granny for dinner this Christmas, she likes her hot whiskeys too but I spent most of the day on the interest buying up all the very cheap goods, This time next year I'll be a millionaire
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    Quote Originally Posted by knibbs View Post
    had the granny for dinner this Christmas, she likes her hot whiskeys too but I spent most of the day on the interest buying up all the very cheap goods, This time next year I'll be a millionaire
    I'll wish you all the best and good luck


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    Quote Originally Posted by willie wacker View Post
    Spent Christmas Eve with my friend since he had to come across the country to be with his mother.
    He had to leave his family behind and be with his mother today , he's going back tomorrow .
    I'm on the way to him again as he really is alone.
    Remember people Christmas is about caring and sharing and this has been my Christmas this year.
    Have a very Merry Christmas Folks


    Good one Willie.


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    Quote Originally Posted by knibbs View Post
    had the granny for dinner this Christmas, she likes her hot whiskeys too but I spent most of the day on the interest buying up all the very cheap goods, This time next year I'll be a millionaire
    TIT.

    Trotters' Independent Traders.
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    10,000 years of Middle Eastern civilisation and the place is not at peace but rather in pieces.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alcatel View Post
    TIT.

    Trotters' Independent Traders.
    love only fools and horse's
    here is where the lads finally make it big
    story

    After 16 years of poverty, the Trotters discover an antique watch in their garage worth a cool six million quid.

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    A Harrison chronometer.
    Harrison was the first person to make marine clocks/watches robust and accurate enough to enable proper calculation of longitude at sea.
    In the 1700s there was a prize of 20,000 available to someone achieving the above. Harrison was eventually grudgingly paid part of this prize.
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    Shalom/salaam.
    10,000 years of Middle Eastern civilisation and the place is not at peace but rather in pieces.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alcatel View Post
    A Harrison chronometer.
    Harrison was the first person to make marine clocks/watches robust and accurate enough to enable proper calculation of longitude at sea.
    In the 1700s there was a prize of 20,000 available to someone achieving the above. Harrison was eventually grudgingly paid part of this prize.
    It was known as "the lesser watch" regards

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    Quote Originally Posted by tom sand View Post
    love only fools and horse's
    here is where the lads finally make it big
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    After 16 years of poverty, the Trotters discover an antique watch in their garage worth a cool six million quid.
    I got a large selection of Smoke Damaged Fire Alarms for sale, going cheap, Interested individuals Please PM me for unbelieveable prices
    Last edited by knibbs; 26-12-15 at 02:49.

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    love this scene

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