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Offline townsends20

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ha,ha
« on: 31.12. 2015 13:19 »
MY GREATEST FEAR IS THAT WHEN I DIE, MY WIFE WILL SELL MY BIKES AND TOOLS FOR WHAT I TOLD HER I PAID FOR THEM. *conf*
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Offline Klaus

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Re: ha,ha
« Reply #1 on: 31.12. 2015 15:56 »
No woman no cry, but l think about what will my daugters do with all the bikes *eek*


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Re: ha,ha
« Reply #2 on: 31.12. 2015 16:16 »
Yes, but if she goes first you can sell all those shoes and handbags and buy a Rocket Gold Star!

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Re: ha,ha
« Reply #3 on: 31.12. 2015 19:35 »
He who dies with the most toys is still dead.
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Re: ha,ha
« Reply #4 on: 31.12. 2015 19:42 »
at 72 my other half has said at your age you should be getting rid of all the bikes and stuff in the workshop if anything happens to you  there will be a skip on the drive food for thought or change the will

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Re: ha,ha
« Reply #5 on: 01.01. 2016 00:32 »
recent post on FB took my fancy
A man on his death bed implored his wife to promise to bury him with all his money, she kept the promise but to her friends puzzlement seemed not to put out about it.
She eventually confided to a close friend that she had transferred all his money into her account, wrote him a cheque and popped it into the coffin  *smile*
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Re: ha,ha
« Reply #6 on: 01.01. 2016 18:19 »
an old mate passed leaving all his bikes and sheds full of parts to his two daughters to sell i said to him  4 years ago why dont you sell 2 of your best bikes and buy your council property on right to buy with your full discount of 50 plus yrs £22k  today worth £170K but to no avail you cant' take them with you

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Re: ha,ha
« Reply #7 on: 01.01. 2016 21:01 »
at 72 my other half has said at your age you should be getting rid of all the bikes and stuff in the workshop if anything happens to you  there will be a skip on the drive food for thought or change the will
not worried about dying but i dont want to be there when it happens