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Old 14-08-2007, 12:55 PM
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Old 14-08-2007, 01:24 PM
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well if i see someone walking round in polka dot knickers i'll let on eh
I only get my knickers out on special occasions! But you can usually spot me by the bike boots and jeans or jeans and flip flops! Everyone else round here looks respectable but i find its too much hassle!
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Old 14-08-2007, 01:28 PM
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I only get my knickers out on special occasions! But you can usually spot me by the bike boots and jeans or jeans and flip flops! Everyone else round here looks respectable but i find its too much hassle!
Respectable.......reaspectable......how dare you swear in the lords house young lady
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Old 14-08-2007, 01:44 PM
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Respectable.......reaspectable......how dare you swear in the lords house young lady
I said its what OTHER people do, not me!!!! I'm totally UNrespectable and proud of it!
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Old 14-08-2007, 04:18 PM
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I said its what OTHER people do, not me!!!! I'm totally UNrespectable and proud of it!
Thats what i like to hear (and maybe i should have my eyes tested)
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Old 15-08-2007, 10:43 AM
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I think if I saw you standing at the side of the road, I'd think twice about stopping too, Slob.















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Old 15-08-2007, 12:45 PM
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Now am I the voice of reason?

Maybe the bloke(or blokess) could'nt stop as they were late for an interview with the witches of eastwick
or late for something-you can stop, but if there is nothing they can help you with? you should always have a phone with you.
I have my RAC number in my phone, and the quotable membership number under that too.(no its not another blokes number )

maybe the rider was late for his/her medication,
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had stopped for someone before, and got robbed/intimidated/worse by that person
lifes not black & white isit?

did you really expect to get back to dewsbury without any petrol, or are the natives friendlier there.
Leeds-strange place-all those shops & nothing to buy
and I can vouch for Bradford curries
the very best
in the world
but I am biased
not sure where the best is these days Kylie
I used to like one near the Alhambra theatre, but I think its closed down/change hands & I refuse to pay Mumtaz prices.
A little one in Bingley called "spicey hut" is my current nearest fave on visits to Mum. Diet prevents me at the mo
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Old 15-08-2007, 12:47 PM
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Oh I stop, but not for little prats pushing scooters

they gotta learn somehow maybe thats why they only wear trainers & hoody tops-no gloves
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Old 15-08-2007, 12:50 PM
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Maggie - International on Morley Street, not far from Alhambra - wicked curry!

Also like Shimla which was very handy for Rio's, but it was dodgy - you had to get the right day for the right Chef (or be drunk so you didnt care!)
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Old 15-08-2007, 01:06 PM
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Maggie - International on Morley Street, not far from Alhambra - wicked curry!

Also like Shimla which was very handy for Rio's, but it was dodgy - you had to get the right day for the right Chef (or be drunk so you didnt care!)
AND THATS
why I have such a strong stomach

V dodgy curries in my teens whilst out drinking

which has been V useful since
For example
only one in group of english tourists in Egypt on a cruise that Didn;t get Tuts Tummy
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Old 15-08-2007, 01:09 PM
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AND THATS
why I have such a strong stomach

V dodgy curries in my teens whilst out drinking

which has been V useful since
For example
only one in group of english tourists in Egypt on a cruise that Didn;t get Tuts Tummy
I went to Egypt when I was 16 to a girl guide camp - group of 12, the only 2 of us who didnt get an upset tummy..... the 2 of us who drank the tap water, didnt wash our fruit and ate the eggs etc etc.... all the others who went to lengths such as brushing their teeth using tap water got ill.

I didnt eat curry then, but I did have to endure my mothers cooking.... everything came with compulsory cat hair!!!!
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