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    Quote Originally Posted by Rushy View Post
    Fucking fun police ruining everything. Tom Thumbs, Double Happy’s and Mighty Cannon’s were a big part of my youth. Neighbours letter boxes and empty milk bottles were fair game around November time.
    You must have been a staunch young fella to pull that in Tok in the 60's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tetawa View Post
    You must have been a staunch young fella to pull that in Tok in the 60's.
    I think every kid in town back then was a mischievous little bugger. I was bloody mild compared to many. I did nick the odd bottle of milk from letterboxes as I passed though. A few pennies worth of thievery at most. Completely innocent really.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rushy View Post
    Neighbours letter boxes and empty milk bottles were fair game around November time.
    So it was you huh ? Beatrice was fkn dirty about that.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by shift14 View Post
    So it was you huh ? Beatrice was fkn dirty about that.......

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    Nah your house was too close B. That would have been one of the twins up the top.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rushy View Post
    Nah your house was too close B. That would have been one of the twins up the top.
    Peter and Paul Storer.... Trouble with a big fat T, but boy did they look after each other. I think they had a younger sister, woe betide any young fella that started sniffing around her, fuck they were loose.!!

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    Dont forget lighting paper bags of crackers on the neighbors doorstep then knocking on the door and running like feck..... distant neighbors like two streeets away
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    Quote Originally Posted by shift14 View Post
    Peter and Paul Storer.... Trouble with a big fat T, but boy did they look after each other. I think they had a younger sister, woe betide any young fella that started sniffing around her, fuck they were loose.!!
    Yeh they were loose alright. Their sister Jacqui was older than them. You would have gone through school at the same time as their younger brother Kevin.
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    Country’s fucked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ethos View Post
    Country’s fucked.
    And with the hurried fervour at the moment I think the polis are reaching climax.
    There are only three types of people in this world. Those that can count, and those that can't!

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    I wonder what the Auckland Chinese feel about that. They're into their fireworks at Chinese New Year.

    THAT SAID... I recall stuff I got up to with fireworks as a kid. Well, it was a bit hazardous, but it was FUN!!!! So now I'm supposed to be responsible and shut the door on the next generation. Like fat baby boomers denying free education to the generations after them.

    (Just had to get that one in, it went quite well.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by tetawa View Post
    You must have been a staunch young fella to pull that in Tok in the 60's.
    Mine was tok in the 80's - double happys in the drains - sky rocket wars - them were the days now kids do it 'virtually' on their devices

 

 

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