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TommySmith

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  1. Here's what I think...Mobile phones and especially contracts have always been a source of amusement to me. People pay £50 - £60 or more per month for phones they walk down the street holding, or plonk down on a pub or restaurant table that shouts out look at me look at my phone! It's got bells whistles take multi pics that i never look at again, calls are in stereo and texts in 3D. Alas my old Blu has calls in mono only, texts in SD, altho both unlimited and only 1gb of data of which I use less than half. BT charge me a fiver a month which I find is cool.Oh it does take pics when needed, rarely. Messed about on a bike when I was a lad, loved the smell of Castrol R in the mornings, but decided semi-rural Lancashire cobbles not conducive to biking. Have to admit that when I motor to the West Coast or up to The Great Glen I do admire the multitude of bikes one sees these days. I suppose my car is my one possession that could be described as materialistic, but my prized bit of kit has to be the Tag cutters that enable me to move about undetected, the cat like his new collar so a double bonus. I suppose in the end one man's luxury is another's necessity......
  2. Wondered why the Pot Bellied One spends a lot of time there.....
  3. Most of the shots are from the Grand Prix, but some may find it interesting......
  4. He was too busy eating white shit out of a tin.........erm thought you were he!
  5. Seriously tho it was very similar to the Howard Millar programs a while back...Big Trouble or something similar.....Parky kept falling over in that one also...
  6. Yeh reminded me of Parky ............
  7. Those who cannot sunbathe this link should help https://www.ettv.to/torrent/770433/busted-in-bangkok-s01e01-720p-hdtv-x264-linkle-tgx
  8. Yeh Lucky Lukes one of the first bars in the Plaza, Owbers' gf had tats to die for before they became the norm.
  9. Stephen Leather, the author, used to spend a lot of time in Pattaya, and if you read his books that have a Thai background you may see some familiar names. Guys such as Kim Fletcher would donate to a charity to have their name used.
  10. So the Turkey pie came up to expectations, and I have discovered Pieminister Pies are served at the Cambridge Blue....
  11. So this will be my Christmas Eve dinner........ THE CRACKER A turkey, ham, cranberry, parsnip & sherry pie
  12. Funny money was a joke referencing euros There is nothing pretentious about good food, perhaps something you don't understand As for vomit inducing...nuff said Now f**k off and try posting something sensible, incapable as that may seem..
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