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    Quote Originally Posted by Whorty View Post
    Ah, it's Lidl is it ...
    It's not how big it is; it's what you do with it.
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    Default Just a spelling mistake all along

    Ah, now I see why we could never get to the bottom of what Paperbhoy's role was
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    Quote Originally Posted by Whorty View Post
    Fake news fella. You're writing what you want to believe, not the reality and facts.
    Is there a secret plan to create an EU army? | Politics | The Guardian

    Oh looky, there’s one example.

    Now jog on you puerile child.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bean View Post
    Is there a secret plan to create an EU army? | Politics | The Guardian

    Oh looky, there’s one example.

    Now jog on you puerile child.
    Can't be that secret if everyone knows about it
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    Quote Originally Posted by Whorty View Post
    Ah, it's Lidl is it ... that's a shame for Mrs SB ..... does she have a battery operated friend to compensate for your Lidl Shauny?
    Blimey you're on the sauce early. Have you self-isolated already?

    That'll cheer your neighbours up at any rate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bean View Post
    Is there a secret plan to create an EU army? | Politics | The Guardian

    Oh looky, there’s one example.

    Now jog on you puerile child.
    Did you even read your own link? If this is the best you have for supporting the fantasy of an EU army, then you really are clutching at straws.

    I'll leave the final quote for you, as you're clearly too thick to read the whole article.

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    An EU army marching out to war under Brussels’ command is a fantasy shared by Eurosceptics and a small number of federalists. Europe will continue down the road of defence cooperation in a halting way, but an EU army is only for armchair generals.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shaunbhoy View Post
    Blimey you're on the sauce early. Have you self-isolated already?

    That'll cheer your neighbours up at any rate.

    I wish, unfortunately this is what I'm like sober. I rarely drink these days - not really ideal when you may have to rush to the hospital
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    I mean it's not like they have a huge airport literally sat there doing nothing which could be turned into some form of military base.

    Whatever happened to Berlin’s deserted ‘ghost’ airport? - BBC Worklife

    Oh tulip yes they do


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