Tell Us Something Really Trivial About Your Life (Vol 31)

Tell Us Something Really Trivial About Your Life (Vol 31)

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Bobberoo99

9,757 posts

43 months

Saturday 12th January
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Morning Peri wavey have you tried counting sheep, not this nonsense in your head stuff but actually getting in a field and counting the buggers???

Off to wemakeplanebits.com for just the seven hours today, then this afternoon we have the excitement of looking for a bookcase to look forward to!!!!

Bobberoo99

9,757 posts

43 months

Saturday 12th January
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It's very quiet in here, when I say in here I mean both at wemakeplanebits.com and the hallowed ground that is Trivial Towers, I know that there have been cutbacks galore, but we've lost the trolley service, the lockins have all but stopped and even the Chief Constable is leaving us alone!!!!

DickyC

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33,910 posts

143 months

Saturday 12th January
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You see, this is where we've been going wrong all these years with hedge trimming. A JCB is the answer. It's not the tidiest but, by 'eck, it's quick.



Please keep this revelation away from the more excitable members and staff.

Bobberoo99

9,757 posts

43 months

Saturday 12th January
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DickyC said:
You see, this is where we've been going wrong all these years with hedge trimming. A JCB is the answer. It's not the tidiest but, by 'eck, it's quick.



Please keep this revelation away from the more excitable members and staff.
Ooooohhhhhhhh can I have a go???? HUH? Please???? Huh???? Well?!?!?!?!?

DickyC

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33,910 posts

143 months

Saturday 12th January
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Bobberoo99 said:
Ooooohhhhhhhh can I have a go???? HUH? Please???? Huh???? Well?!?!?!?!?
Hmm. Do I see a business opportunity here? How much would you shell out to demolish a hedge with a JCB?

Bobberoo99

9,757 posts

43 months

Saturday 12th January
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DickyC said:
Bobberoo99 said:
Ooooohhhhhhhh can I have a go???? HUH? Please???? Huh???? Well?!?!?!?!?
Hmm. Do I see a business opportunity here? How much would you shell out to demolish a hedge with a JCB?
I dunno, i'll have to check my pocketmoney!!!!

nonsequitur

9,916 posts

61 months

Saturday 12th January
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DickyC said:
Bobberoo99 said:
Ooooohhhhhhhh can I have a go???? HUH? Please???? Huh???? Well?!?!?!?!?
Hmm. Do I see a business opportunity here? How much would you shell out to demolish a hedge with a JCB?
Bucket loads. whistle

Bobberoo99

9,757 posts

43 months

Saturday 12th January
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nonsequitur said:
DickyC said:
Bobberoo99 said:
Ooooohhhhhhhh can I have a go???? HUH? Please???? Huh???? Well?!?!?!?!?
Hmm. Do I see a business opportunity here? How much would you shell out to demolish a hedge with a JCB?
Bucket loads. whistle
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glenrobbo

15,926 posts

95 months

Saturday 12th January
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JCB = Just Cutting Bushes?

glenrobbo

15,926 posts

95 months

Saturday 12th January
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Pericoloso said:
Any room in Triv isolation ward for a sleep deprivation case ?
Sheep deprivation?

Here you go, Peri:



Some real babes there for you. thumbup

Sweet fluffy dreams... cloud9

Bobberoo99

9,757 posts

43 months

Saturday 12th January
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glenrobbo said:
Pericoloso said:
Any room in Triv isolation ward for a sleep deprivation case ?
Sheep deprivation?

Here you go, Peri:



Some real babes there for you. thumbup

Sweet fluffy dreams... cloud9
I don't know what it is but whenever I see sheep I just think "Oooohhhh fluffy, must be squishy to the touch!!!!"

glenrobbo

15,926 posts

95 months

Saturday 12th January
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Still no sign of Timmy, perhaps those babes will bring him.running?

To be honest, I'm rather worried about his continued absence.
I mean, who's looking after his courgettes? frown

And we've not heard from Dibble for a while.
He's probably about 10' 4" stood up by now. But with his other leg high above the floor, flailing uselessly and affording him no traction whatsoever.
Still, he has The Idiot for motive power, and Beautiful GF for motivation.
We could still.do with an update though.

C'Mon Dibs! wavey

Bobberoo99

9,757 posts

43 months

Saturday 12th January
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We appear to have a number of "absent" comrades, do you think it's something we said????

DickyC

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33,910 posts

143 months

Saturday 12th January
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You calling them 'Jumped up, never come down, brothel-bred, tomato-arsed bds' may have had something to do with it.

nonsequitur

9,916 posts

61 months

Saturday 12th January
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glenrobbo said:
JCB = Just Cutting Bushes?
If that's what it means, I want that job!hehe

glenrobbo

15,926 posts

95 months

Saturday 12th January
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Bobberoo99 said:
I don't know what it is but whenever I see sheep I just think "Oooohhhh fluffy, must be squishy to the touch!!!!"
Sheep are the best, baah none!
Once ewe've tried a nice sheep, nothing else will do, Bobbers.
The lanolin is good for your fingers as well. smile
Mind you, they're not all soft and fluffy.
Some are well hard, like this Winnat's First Airborne Sheep:



Ewe'd better treat the likes of her with a bit of respect...

NoVetec

9,731 posts

118 months

Saturday 12th January
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Full Woollen Jacket.

P5BNij

4,021 posts

51 months

Saturday 12th January
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DickyC said:
P5BNij said:
Are you adamant that it's a damnably fine looking dam Dicky, or are you just Adam Adamant...? wink

His companion rode a scooter, if you recall. A short scene that impressed me was her stopping and turning the handle bars to enable us, the viewers, to see her pursuers' car in her mirror. I can remember being intrigued by the care taken to set up the shot and the unlikelihood of her being able to see the reflection at the same time as us. I was an odd child.

Did I say I worked in Wembley for a long time? As an adult, not child labour. You were there the other evening I believe you said.
Indeed she did Dicky, the delightful Juliet Harmer playing Miss Georgina Jones, a proper swinging '60s blond with a hint of tom boy about her...



It was never explained how the dashing hero was awoken from his sixty five year long cryogenic slumber in 1966 with the ability to drive a souped up Mini Cooper S in episode two without the aid of any driving lessons in episode one...!



More pointless trivia - the current owner of 'AA 1000' is the author of 'Original Mini Cooper & Cooper S, The Restorer's Guide To 997 & 998 Cooper and 970, 1071 & 1275 Cooper S'.

Ah, dear, dear Wembley, we'll always have the A404. Nearby Neasden gave us Twiggy, and not much else really. Funny place, that London.

glenrobbo

15,926 posts

95 months

Saturday 12th January
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P5BNij said:
More pointless trivia - the current owner of 'AA 1000' is the author of 'Original Mini Cooper & Cooper S, The Restorer's Guide To 997 & 998 Cooper and 970, 1071 & 1275 Cooper S'.
irked "More pointless trivia"? yikes
How very dare you, Sir!
Wash your mouth out with Absinthe! nono

All trivia is worth points!

Why, even your mini piece above is worth about an 8.75 on the Trivometer. Quite a big score for the size of it...


Edited by glenrobbo on Saturday 12th January 13:51

glenrobbo

15,926 posts

95 months

Saturday 12th January
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NoVetec said:
Full Woollen Jacket.
Yes, I like that. A lot. thumbup

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