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Lee, you would have to work very long and hard before you could upset me, and with jokes like that, I wouldn't worry.
the good news is 'there is a free drink tomorrow'!:biggrin::biggrin::biggrin::2fun::2fun::2fun:
 

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Lee, you would have to work very long and hard before you could upset me, and with jokes like that, I wouldn't worry.
the good news is 'there is a free drink tomorrow'!:biggrin::biggrin::biggrin::2fun::2fun::2fun:
Played on a Welsh Snooker table once....nice plush wooly velvet,legs were a bit wonky and the poor sheep didn't like ware i chalked my cue:2fun:
 

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Lee/Steve, you have both missed your vocation, I understand TV needs some new comediens, let me know if you want a reference.:biggrin::biggrin:
At least our snooker tables 'keep a welcome', in the hills or dales as it happens.:biggrin::biggrin:
Just keep up the good work.
 

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Lee/Steve, you have both missed your vocation, I understand TV needs some new comediens, let me know if you want a reference.:biggrin::biggrin:
At least our snooker tables 'keep a welcome', in the hills or dales as it happens.:biggrin::biggrin:
Just keep up the good work.
Hi there Brian the Taff. I have been seriously led astray, and manipulated by Lee.>:D:2fun:

My only feeble excuse, is that I don't have one.redf)

Look after my free beer, as all my tomorrows tend to come all at once.:D:D:2fun:

Byw yn hir a ffynnu, a dim merched gwyllt.


Steve.:)
 

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Reminds me of the time i met my Welsh mate Sugar Di Abetes....fine boxer in his youth....he took me on a farming course in deepest Wales.....the sheep walked through very wooly and i asked Sugar if he was shearing....nope says Sugar....never shared anything in my liferedf)redf)redf):2fun:
 

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Hi there Brian the Taff. I have been seriously led astray, and manipulated by Lee.>:D:2fun:

My only feeble excuse, is that I don't have one.redf)

Look after my free beer, as all my tomorrows tend to come all at once.:D:D:2fun:

Byw yn hir a ffynnu, a dim merched gwyllt.


Steve.:)
ysgrifennu yn Saesneg os gwelwch yn dda

dave
 

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Steve, I'm told fluency in 'rubbish' is often improved when Guinness or Abbott Ale is imbibed at a moderate rate. :biggrin::2fun:Just thought you may not have known that bit of useless information, but I do try to pass on my knowledge as you know.:biggrin::biggrin:
 

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As a child, I was given the good old Gripewater(for trapped wind) which contains alchohol...........so I was destined to speak and utter the Rubbish language.:2fun:

It has improved with age......as the 'Gripewater' has taken on a new meaning.:2fun::2fun:
 

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Gripewater....what a great sounding word.

There is a family tree for Gripewater....names keep popping up every now and then........in fact they are closely intwined with the Belcher family tree;)
 

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