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Re: Wrong Primary Chaincase?
« Reply #15 on: 19.07. 2015 11:44 »
Don't know Dutch, how did you read it??
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Re: Wrong Primary Chaincase?
« Reply #16 on: 19.07. 2015 20:55 »

 
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....scowls from the former and grins from the latter

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Being a life long rural dweller I think you'll find genuine dyed in the wool rural village dwellers are fine with the sound of any old British machines,.....

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it's the moved out from the town by paying house prices young rural dwellers can not afford and think they have the right to a type of village life that never existed type of rural village dweller you need to look out for, please feel free to counter their disapproving looks with a full throttle blast *smile*
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Re: Wrong Primary Chaincase?
« Reply #17 on: 19.07. 2015 22:08 »
"Thanks for putting me right on this Bill, now you've given me the chance to distinguish between the out-of-towners and proper village folk - scowls from the former and grins from the latter"

No mate, the former and latter I'm referring to are not in former and latter posts, but the former and latter subjects of my sentence, i.e, the former are the out-of-towners (scowling  *rant*) and the latter are the proper village folk (grinning  ;D) - see highlighted above.

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Re: Wrong Primary Chaincase?
« Reply #18 on: 20.07. 2015 00:30 »

    *conf*

I know I joke about   being dyslexic, but didn't really think I was......
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Re: Wrong Primary Chaincase?
« Reply #19 on: 20.07. 2015 07:49 »
Heh, I don't think it's a case of dyslexia Dutch, more a severe case of thinking outside the box(room!), maybe  *beer*
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Re: Wrong Primary Chaincase?
« Reply #20 on: 20.07. 2015 08:34 »
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I know I joke about   being dyslexic,

I blame these Chinese keyboards  *smile*
but I do type a lot of two letters transposed as in "blimye" for blimey, it is however very often the same two letters cause the problem si might be my fingers not my mind.
In view of the confusion I've managed in this thread, I've decided to withdraw my application for Poet Laureate for this year at least *roll*
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Re: Wrong Primary Chaincase?
« Reply #21 on: 20.07. 2015 10:03 »
 
No wortluck, you stitched me up by putting the latter former, and the former latter.... *fight*



   However it pans out just go back and give those Yuppies a earfull...https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=By0AOWGE89U
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Re: Wrong Primary Chaincase?
« Reply #22 on: 20.07. 2015 10:55 »
Heh, sorry Dutch, looks like I can do a decent stitch-up job without even trying (cackle) - a bit like your cricket team thrashing the nuts off ours without even trying  *problem*.

Nice Youtube clip and story.  My only claim to fame is that I went to school with Ozzy Osbourne's stepson (Ozzy had a house about five miles from where I lived)  *wink2*.
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