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"Hey up Egg, can you do a couple of jobs for me tomorrow", "yes mate, where are they?", "Two in Harrow, and one in Folkestone", "Are the pumps on site, mate?", "No, they are in Norfolk".....  Some folk don't want much!, best I get off early.

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16 minutes ago, AHPP said:

Fill the van up.

Give over! I'm being picked up by one of their lads, I'd have a tenner on it though that when he gets here he'll say do you fancy driving.

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3 minutes ago, eggsarascal said:

Give over! I'm being picked up by one of their lads, I'd have a tenner on it though that when he gets here he'll say do you fancy driving.

He'll change his mind when he realises you can't see as far as the dashboard.

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Just now, AHPP said:

He'll change his mind when he realises you can't see as far as the dashboard.

Just get it off your chest and tell everyone I ran out of Diesel the other day, you could always rub the salt in and tell them I was ten miles from home with no phone with me so I had to walk back in the pissing rain.

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4 minutes ago, eggsarascal said:

Just get it off your chest and tell everyone I ran out of Diesel the other day, you could always rub the salt in and tell them I was ten miles from home with no phone with me so I had to walk back in the pissing rain.

"I've broken down. Can I have a lift tomorrow morning?"

"Bugger. What were the symptoms? Any idea what it is?" <meanwhile racking my brains for what tools I might need>

"Well I say broke down."

"..."

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2 minutes ago, AHPP said:

"I've broken down. Can I have a lift tomorrow morning?"

"Bugger. What were the symptoms? Any idea what it is?" <meanwhile racking my brains for what tools I might need>

"Well I say broke down."

"..."

Easily diagnosed, there wasn't enough of that wet stuff in that big tank to get me to a fuel station... Perhaps should have thought about that before I left a town to head into rural Suffolk.

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