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on the wagon or what?
« on: 05.01. 2019 18:48 »
not getting off topic with the WHAT HAVE YOU DONE WITH BIKES TODAY------i'm learning *shh* wortluck I became snotted up xmas eve and just managed to get out on the 31st -- mistake *problem* it came back as bad as before . I am also asset pretty ok but pounds shillings and pence seem to have vanished - too many things that need sorting and selling so the hand brake cable is at full stretch for a while. I also have copd so the cold weather kills me [no sympathy needed but working at a chemical plant for years before elf and safety hasn't helped ] I am sure the alcohol residence  will be re-visited but not as often as mr piggy me used to visit. anyway happy new year to all our fellow BSAers and with a bit of luck when it warms up I might be able to properly start the norbsa project  in between sorting a couple or four jobs on the morris eight and re- roofing one of the garages and helping brother build a new workshop so he can do the line boring jobs  and other stuff for the norbsa etc*beer*

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Re: on the wagon or what?
« Reply #1 on: 05.01. 2019 21:23 »
Good one berger.
I'm back at work on Monday after two weeks off. Just checked and there's six empty cartons to get rid of. So I thought I'd use this weekend to dry out. It's Sunday morning and I have a six pack left in the fridge for emergencies.
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Re: on the wagon or what?
« Reply #2 on: 05.01. 2019 22:52 »
Have also had a really bad cold (day in bed, have become soft as s..t). This morning was the first morning in a week when i woke up feeling better which was ideal as today was my big beer day. This involves getting a train to Exeter with 5 mates (all bike riding types) and sampling various hostelries. Sadly the bas....s got one over on numpty (me). We all get on the train to return, they all get off at Taunton, i stay on to carry on to Bristol. I can't understand why they stay on the platform to wave me off? Sitting back in my chair i'm a bit choked and thinking what a bunch of great mates. Half an hour later i realise i'm heading for London as the battery on my phone dies. B......s, i think i can still hear them laughing!
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Re: on the wagon or what?
« Reply #3 on: 06.01. 2019 01:47 »
jim that's tough!! *lol* *eek* musky one thing I can't seem to ever do is drink at home I have to be out , I have had 4 tins of Guinness and a couple of john smiths in the fridge for at least 8 months ;D. the smiths has just  been made use of to lure and drown slugs in the garden . little swines eating nice winter posies *bash*

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Re: on the wagon or what?
« Reply #4 on: 06.01. 2019 03:52 »
I rarely go to the pub or club. $$$ dictate that. 6 boxes = 144 beers = $195.60 at Aldi. At the pub that would cost $720.00. So that's over $500 I can spend on the bikes.
24 beers in a carton, 24 hours in a day. That's no coincidence.
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Re: on the wagon or what?
« Reply #5 on: 06.01. 2019 04:51 »
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24 beers in a carton, 24 hours in a day. That's no coincidence.
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Makes perfect sense to me
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