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Is It Right For A Carpetbagger To Turn Up For The Kill In A Rolls Royce?

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I don't think so & as hubby has just threatened to buy THIS for my birthday I thought you should all share my joy

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Will he be getting lucky tonight?

Obi Wan: "In my experience, there's no such thing as luck."

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Will he be getting lucky tonight?

He'll be lucky if he manages to avoid what I want to give him!

Does that look like a Honda S-2000 to you?

If all else fails, you've still got 6 plastic compost bins to play with!!

& yes I do love my garden

but that wont save him

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He'll be lucky if he manages to avoid what I want to give him!

Does that look like a Honda S-2000 to you?

Women are just never satisfied, don't you know there's a credit crunch on.

Perhaps you could get a body kit for it and make it look like an S-2000?

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He He, I used to have a Reliant van in the late 80's as I only had an Mc license (yellow trotters stylee).

A mate had an electric conversion one. :blink: I always thought a 'Thunderbird 4' conversion would have worked. :lol:

Sadly some vandal torched mine, after it was anonymously graffiti'd with an acid face smiley on the bonnet & 'trotters' on the side'. Good at low speed, scary in a side wind and wet cornering. Great acceleration ;)

thunder4.jpeg

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Love it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Just make sure you are able to perform "The Jedi Mind Trick" on any police officer that pulls you over..........

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Women are just never satisfied,

but this one is easily impressed....

.... in a detached kind of way.

don't you know there's a credit crunch on.

It's cash only here. Tis the only way to buy a depreciating item. I wonder if this way will catch on? :)

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  • 406 Brexit, House prices and Summer 2020

    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


      • down 5% +
      • down 2.5%
      • Even
      • up 2.5%
      • up 5%



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