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General Discussion Area / Re: Brexit negotiations
« on: Today at 19:29:13 »
I fail to see why anybody would think
Though accept that some people do genuinely believe that we, as the weaker partner (esp currently), could make demands of the EU, and out of the goodness of their heart, they would roll over and let us tickle their tum.


If I was the EU, I'd be bending the UK negotiators over, and making them sweat. And still give nothing.
Any jobs going?  ;D

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General Discussion Area / Re: Euromillions ....
« on: Today at 17:32:04 »
The mighty Signum is a classic of the future.
It could be remembered for being the car that made the Fiat Multipla attractive?  But I suspect it will be remembered for being a crap mishmash from one of the 21st century's worse cars, the god awful (in every single way) Vectra-C
Stop it! You'll have the lad in tears.  ;D

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General Discussion Area / Re: Euromillions ....
« on: Today at 17:19:03 »
Okay....it's me. And you can all f*uck off. :y
Can I have your signum......please.

I doubt you could handle the raw power Uncle STEMO.  :)
Power? No...I wanted to park it outside to make sure wifey gets a parking space when she gets home. Once she's parked up, I'll park it on the main road, where passing idiots can knock the wing mirrors off and scrape the side of it. Been looking for a cheap wreck for a while now.



The mighty Signum is a classic of the future. I'm very hurt by your comments. ::)
Sorry. I wouldn't want to hurt your feelings.  :)

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General Discussion Area / Re: Brexit negotiations
« on: Today at 17:04:11 »
We voted to leave. Very few people actually believe a no deal exit is viable. So we have to have an abortion of a compromise.

Surely that was blatantly obvious at the point we all voted for it.


Though maybe not, as the less informed trailer trash types believe what the BBC/Mail/Sky say, and thought they could have the world, and there would still be enough tax income to pay for what they hold dear...
Macdonalds and sugary drinks?

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General Discussion Area / Re: Euromillions ....
« on: Today at 17:02:39 »
Okay....it's me. And you can all f*uck off. :y
Can I have your signum......please.

I doubt you could handle the raw power Uncle STEMO.  :)
Power? No...I wanted to park it outside to make sure wifey gets a parking space when she gets home. Once she's parked up, I'll park it on the main road, where passing idiots can knock the wing mirrors off and scrape the side of it. Been looking for a cheap wreck for a while now.

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General Discussion Area / Re: Euromillions ....
« on: Today at 15:13:01 »
Okay....it's me. And you can all f*uck off. :y
Can I have your signum......please.

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General Discussion Area / Re: Word Association.
« on: Today at 15:00:05 »
Palindrome

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General Discussion Area / Re: Brexit negotiations
« on: Today at 14:58:49 »
Been out for a walk with the dog, got back, and TM is still Prime Minister! What?????

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General Discussion Area / Re: Brexit negotiations
« on: Today at 12:46:33 »
You've just got to admire Mays resilience. She's been batting at the crease for a good few hours now, and no one seems to have delivered a googlie.
She's deranged, of course, but determined.

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General Car Chat / Re: Vauxhall info site.
« on: Today at 12:44:03 »
Lots of nostalgia on there. Great for you old fellas. :y

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General Discussion Area / Re: Brexit negotiations
« on: Today at 12:29:59 »
Esther McVey has now gone, with Gove tipped to be next.
Appeaser Mayhem could be gone before the weekend.  :)
It looks like Gove will be replacing Raab.

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General Discussion Area / Re: Brexit negotiations
« on: Today at 11:09:04 »
Not sure that would achieve much :-\
I don't know, but Donald runs America on Twitter.

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General Car Chat / Re: If Tilbo gets bored...
« on: Today at 11:08:03 »
None of the three of you are old enough to feel nostalgic for when engine bays were the size of a small house and contained nothing but an asthmatic A series..  :P ;D
Oh..I miss my triumph herald. Lift the whole front of the car to reveal........an engine of similar size (and power) to a singer sewing machine.

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General Discussion Area / Re: Brexit negotiations
« on: Today at 11:04:15 »
That said, what's the modern version of a civil war?
Facebook.

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General Discussion Area / Re: Brexit negotiations
« on: Yesterday at 22:00:24 »
She is a survivor, but when the commons kills her agreement its hard to see how she can cling on after that.  ???
The way things are going, I wouldn't even bank on that. I'm either missing something or I'm stupid.

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