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Offline john storrie 69

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Valentine's MK11
« on: February 14, 2019, 11:37:28 »
Howdy blokes.
Just like to say thank you to all who responded to the Valentine's card post, you were all absolutely brilliant! In particular, (not in any particular order),
1,Shiny washers, 2, little mouse, 3,Herbie Dungbeatle 4,Mr Gummage ( assuming he's not asleep in the haystack!) 5, Short arse, to name but a few, names have altered to protect Thier animinety.
I note 'Little Mouse's is a man of few words, challenged vocabulary perhaps!.
Also I don't want to upset the "mods" again, did I just say the unmentionable word mods, there's only one place for "mods" .... And that's off of Brighton or Margate piers!
(I'm an old greaser from the '60,s and we don't like "mods"... Err spit!!!
Old greaser's never die they just 'Fart' and disappear into the sunset.
Right now I must go and have a trip into M&S too get some new shreddies
Did any of you put the card up for the misses this morning, and who got a slap aside the ear,. No chance mister!!!, Come on own up and tell the world.



Bye yeh all now
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Old bikers never die.
They just FART and dissapeare into the sunset.

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Re: Valentine's MK11
« Reply #1 on: February 14, 2019, 11:54:59 »
If you haven't already  look in the Quotes Museum then you might understand the intelligence (or not) of the membership if this Club.

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Re: Valentine's MK11
« Reply #2 on: February 14, 2019, 13:26:49 »
Intelligence is optional here but a sense of humour is essential.

Oh, and knowing the difference between 'your' and 'you're' is a definite bonus  :smirk:

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