Cross-border ramblings

Och aye, so long as Willie is buying drinks, well a drink :wink:

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Cor luv a duck, squire, you are in danger of going overboard with the stereotypes there

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A very lightly veiled threat to a man who lives in a boat

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Threat? Moi? petite moi?

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Mark whimpered as Willie’s fleet of Mad Mental Bucky Bomb drones attacked

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You heartless brute. You could have at least waited until the cricket had finished.

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I missed you Willie, but it seems I can conjure your presence with a tired, playfully racist stereotype - even without a mention. Noted! Obviously in reality you’ll be funding the free bar.

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Quite happy to retreat into the stereotype of the tight-fisted Scotsman at this point :slight_smile:

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Check mate :champagne:

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No checks. mate -cash only

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I am in fact a tight-fisted Englishman.

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I have met very few of the non-tight-fisted…

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Rarer than @sascha’s hens’ teeth

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If you keep moving, do you have to pay council tax on a canal boat?

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I feel a split topic coming on. Or do you think the gods do sleep?

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Nope, there are other costs though so it evens out.

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Pretty sure @neo doesn’t…

It’s all that standing about upside down…

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That’s why that song by the disgraced Aussie wobble board merchant never really travelled. It should have been “Tie me kangaroo up, sport”

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Does JPL stand for Jake Peg Leg?

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No [20 characters can you tell what it is yet]

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