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Online bsa-bill

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now thats a nut
« on: 30.04. 2015 17:18 »
Was up in Edinburgh yesterday 28th with U3A at the Museum of Scotland, the nut was around 14 - 15 inches or more, picture not that good as lots of screens and backlight getting in the way,
Also a certain Mr J Stewart left his old car lying around
Well worth a visit if your up that way, and free (for the now)
All the best - Bill
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Online Greybeard

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Re: now thats a nut
« Reply #1 on: 30.04. 2015 21:16 »
They have big nuts in Scotland, even the women. The national pop, (soda) is Iron Brew, advertised as being made from girders!  *whistle*
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Re: now thats a nut
« Reply #2 on: 30.04. 2015 21:23 »
The national pop, (soda) is Iron Brew, advertised as being made from girders!  *whistle*

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