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milanbenes
12th October 2010, 10:39
Hey,

why's it so quiet here ?

has everyone left or is everyone on the rock n roll ?

Milan.

Mich the Tester
12th October 2010, 10:40
lunch

:wave:

EternalOptimist
12th October 2010, 10:47
benes

give us a subject. the best 50 word essay gets a prize




:rolleyes:

gricerboy
12th October 2010, 10:49
give us a subject.
:rolleyes:

Diesel Hydraulic Locomotives in the Western Region 1958 - 1979

EternalOptimist
12th October 2010, 10:56
Diesel Hydraulic Locomotives in the Western Region 1958 - 1979

Ah yes, DHL in WR in the 60's and seventies.
my Dad was 60 (or was it 70) when he showed me the secret of ripening green tomatos. He hated gren tomato chutney did my dad.
Put then on a window sill in the sunlight, any light green or orange patch, turn to touch a green spot on its neighbour

next!


:rolleyes:

Pondlife
12th October 2010, 11:00
Ah yes, DHL in WR in the 60's and seventies.
my Dad was 60 (or was it 70) when he showed me the secret of ripening green tomatos. He hated gren tomato chutney did my dad.
Put then on a window sill in the sunlight, any light green or orange patch, turn to touch a green spot on its neighbour

next!


:rolleyes:

Buzzzz
Repetition of the words Dad, tomato and green also deviation but since it was gimpy who posted the topic, that was a given.

alreadypacked
12th October 2010, 11:09
Diesel Hydraulic Locomotives in the Western Region 1958 - 1979

I am sure there is another forum for that kind of shit. Go there please.

MarillionFan
12th October 2010, 11:10
Everyone is using the private friend rooms for a chat.

Pondlife
12th October 2010, 11:12
The history of the Western Region diesel-hydraulic designs began in 1955 with the decision of the British Transport Commission (BTC) to update and improve the British railway system through the use of diesel traction as called for in the Modernisation Plan. At that time, just five diesel locomotives were in main-line operation.

:tired


Do I get a prize?



Edit: Seems this trolling is easier than I thought.

suityou01
12th October 2010, 11:36
Hey,

why's it so quiet here ?

has everyone left or is everyone on the rock n roll ?

Milan.

Just busy is all. Will have more time at the end of the week to post more utter bolox on here. :wink

SY01

Mich the Tester
12th October 2010, 11:55
Just busy is all. Will have more time at the end of the week to post more utter bolox on here. :wink

SY01
whs

hyperD
12th October 2010, 12:11
I'm still here benes. It's the most characters I've entered into an editor so far. Corking whisky fuelled hangover! Can thoroughly recommend it.

milanbenes
12th October 2010, 12:16
good man Hyper, glad to hear it

EO, I can't enter that competition, I can't write 50 words

Milan.

MarillionFan
12th October 2010, 12:20
good man Hyper, glad to hear it

EO, I can't enter that competition, I can't write 50 words

Milan.

Don't worry. He couldn't read 'em!

norrahe
12th October 2010, 12:35
good man Hyper, glad to hear it

EO, I can't enter that competition, I can't write 50 words

Milan.

Betcha could on your rotisserie :p

milanbenes
12th October 2010, 12:56
Betcha could on your rotisserie :p


you are so right there luv

here's the link,

Weber Charcoal Rotisserie - Weber Charcoal Accessories: Amazon.co.uk: Garden & Outdoors (http://www.amazon.co.uk/Weber-Charcoal-Rotisserie-Accessories/dp/B003AJL1I8/ref=sr_1_fkmr1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1286887963&sr=8-1-fkmr1)

once your significant other goes from being a cost center to a profit center you can ask him to get you one :-)

the weber kettle rotisserie takes bbqing to another level, forget the routine and regularity of sausages, steaks and burgers, or the occasional roasted chicken and consider the possibility of rotisserie slow roasted chicken kebab, pork kebab, beef etc all of those big meet dishes with exotic Toscan names and seasonings and juicy flavours running through the meat as it rotates every few seconds - in a word bringing bbqing to a new dimension - yum

Milan.

hyperD
12th October 2010, 13:38
I've got a Weber - best BBQer out there - let the hickory tainted smoke flavour those roasting animals on the grill.

Might get one of those rotating thingys benes. Better than getting the butler to keep basting the chicken each time.

Troll
12th October 2010, 15:53
Is it safe to come out yet? (http://newslite.tv/2010/10/12/asteroid-td54-due-to-skim-past.html).