- 21-03-2012, 20:56 #11
- 21-03-2012, 21:02 #12Screw_The_NutGuest
So where is that ski resort again? Looks nice!
- 21-03-2012, 21:05 #13
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Could have been worse. He could have struck a HV powerline in Suffolk for example. Ooh wait a minute, that one's already been done.
- 21-03-2012, 21:05 #14We should remember the tremendous contribution of the Queen Mother to the war effort:
As the BBC pointed out, she 'bravely remained in London beside her husband' during the war.
This contrasts sharply with the actions of my grandfather who, on the declaration of war immediately left his wife and children and pissed off, first to France, then North Africa, Italy, France (again) and finally Germany.
The shame will always be with us.
- 21-03-2012, 21:07 #15
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Shh dont mention ski lifts the Italians are still a bit touchy!"I'd rather be a tired old Has been, than a tired old Never Has Been!!"
"If the women don't find you handsome, they should at least find you handy."
Semper in excremento sum, solum profunditas mutat
According to Ispeakcrabandpongo "Typically Island Ape Brits," That suits me!
- 21-03-2012, 21:11 #16
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- 21-03-2012, 21:38 #18
there are old pilots and there are bold pilots but there are no old, bold pilots. That's what I was told when learning to flyI read Arrse - that's not an alternative to palmestry
Xylitol kills dogs, remember Eddie - http://www.facebook.com/The.Eddy.Project
- 21-03-2012, 23:28 #19
As these are anonymous forums the origins of the contributions may be opposite to what may be apparent. In fact the press may use it, or the unscrupulous, or sciolists*, to elicit certain reactions.
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*"sciolist"... Noun, archaic. "a person who pretends to be knowledgeable and well informed".
- 21-03-2012, 23:35 #20
Funnily enough the first thing I was told that the parachute was supposed to hurt, that walking like a OAP was akin to those pilots that flew the spitfire ( hurricane was my childhood fav). What no one told me, was that the chipmunk was powered by a gravity fed engine.
But then again the ATC had more females.
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