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    Quote Originally Posted by Beaker View Post
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    love its the black string round ya neck which connects to the wee pouches that hold ya wee muffins up-no need for the forearm.
    i trust you didnt pay too much for the bikini-theres bugger all material and no doubt the designer charges like wounded bull.
    oh and i forgot -nice gun.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beaker View Post
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    I'd show her proper finger control. If yah know what I mean.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beaker View Post
    Poor finger / trigger control. -
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    I am a little disturbed by the somewhat deflated soccer ball behind her left elbow and what the connection of that is to the fact she has her trousers down. I saw this show in Thailand once but that chick used a higher BC cucumber.
    It takes 43 muscle's to frown and 17 to smile, but only 3 for proper trigger pull.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan View Post
    Don't know what her personality's like but firearm / costume aside, that is Ryan's ideal representation of a woman.
    Must be, I agree

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    Quote Originally Posted by gadgetman View Post
    Broken bolts. Almost be an engine out job to get to the thing to fix it too.
    where and how did you get on

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    Quote Originally Posted by northdude View Post
    where and how did you get on
    Haven't had a chance to take it yet. That is on the weekend list. If I remove an engine and gearbox mount it should be doable.
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    where on the engine or gearbox is it

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    Quote Originally Posted by northdude View Post
    where on the engine or gearbox is it
    For the water pump, so on the right end of the engine right next to the chassis. Probably a 50-75mm gap. Need to drop or raise the engine enough to get a drill into it.
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    Getting home from the very hot and humid vineyard, and there is no fecking water ... sometimes, just sometimes ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by EeeBees View Post
    Getting home from the very hot and humid vineyard, and there is no fecking water ... sometimes, just sometimes ...
    All your Dartmore vines are gone @EeeBees. Chokaa with apples now. You still with the same crowd?
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    No, all the staff are gone now ... ... I could see it happening ... it was just a matter of time really but still does not make you feel any better!!!
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    I'm on m way. acca the rain man. What's the issue with the water
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    Popped out for a couple of hours with the surfcaster tonight, with the hound at foot.
    Just as the light starts to fade (bite time), a family rock up to the beach, which is a designated dog beach, and decide that 50 yards from me is a good place for a nice family firework party...............WTF!
    Dog freaks and just sits in the incoming tide, refusing to go past fireworks, so I had to put her on the leash and give her moral support to get back to the car which was in a direct path on the other side of fireworks.
    Told Mr Retard exactly what I thought of him, and offered to demonstrate a new way of launching a roman candle, via his arse.
    Forgotmaboltagain

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pengy View Post
    Popped out for a couple of hours with the surfcaster tonight, with the hound at foot.
    Just as the light starts to fade (bite time), a family rock up to the beach, which is a designated dog beach, and decide that 50 yards from me is a good place for a nice family firework party...............WTF!
    Dog freaks and just sits in the incoming tide, refusing to go past fireworks, so I had to put her on the leash and give her moral support to get back to the car which was in a direct path on the other side of fireworks.
    Told Mr Retard exactly what I thought of him, and offered to demonstrate a new way of launching a roman candle, via his arse.
    Bet ya dollars to doughnuts they left all their rubbish there as well.

    Neighbours have just started in the last couple nites to let a few off and to be fair at a respectable hour. Dog is fine but the wife's cats freak out

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    Hate that opportunity always comes knocking when you don't actually need opportunity to come knocking.. where were you when I wanted you stupid opportunity!
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