Build yourself a boat and do a lap, crazy or not?

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  1. Manie B
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    hi

    no problem- keep on reading BD.net and then you will understand that Tin Can is a

    JOKE
     
  2. masalai
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    masalai masalai

    What experience? - tried a similar "stunt" once before and was exceeeeeedingly lucky......
     
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    There aqre some as have all the experience in the world and still cain't do it!

    I mean I've sung in all sorts of places and cared the **** out of people - the difference is I know I can't sing and admit it (cept when I'm drunk but then its legal cos I don't know what I is doing) he can't sail but will not admit it!

    On a more seious note I can't drive either, but by this nutters standard that don't prevent me from entering in a Formula One motor race!

    Right next Sunday at Brands Hatch then?
     
  4. masalai
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    masalai masalai

    Pissed?
     
  5. safewalrus
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    safewalrus Ancient Marriner

    Of course -do you think I'd get into a motor vehicle sober? especially the 'aimers' seat? Be suggesting you can fire an artillery piece next I suppose?
     
  6. Knut Sand
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    dis tred is gong to wattevver. so I kan klirly rekommmend a 3 litres or whotttevver found bak in mi kar tudai:

    "La buvette" Cabernet Sauvuvuv somting...... 3 lrts will do fin.....

    bouena notte or somthin... all off yuo...


    (OK Sean gets away with it, sort of...):D

    PS I DIDN't GET THE JOKE!.......
     
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  7. safewalrus
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    safewalrus Ancient Marriner

    Mas is an ex Artilleryman! And I don't drive!
     
  8. masalai
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    masalai masalai

    Safie, are you suggesting I play with my gun? or are you driving at something else?
     
  9. safewalrus
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    Probably!
     
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  11. Knut Sand
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    Hmmm. "play" as is in something actually happens, at the moment...? but then he added a prefix; "ex". As in something completely past....:p

    I'm on the other hand is ex NRAF (uncertain of translation and abbreviation..), safety equipment, the fellows with these oversized shotguns were peculiarly little bothered with safety issues. ::confused: :

    Well, not me pulling those targets.....:rolleyes:
     
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    Knut it was OK as long as they were aware you where pulling the Target not PUSHING it!!
     
  13. masalai
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    masalai masalai

    Oooooh we used to try to cut the tow-wire too as that put them out of action for a longer period (to change their diaber/nappy as well as install a new wire towing system - longer than the previous time) hehehe
     

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    Like your style Mas, we tried to bounce along it, or at least the gunners did, whilst the guy in the control room used to tell them all sorts of **** to keep them happy that we wern't trying to scare the 5hits out of the buggers! I was good at that..................'shittin I mean!
     
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