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  1. Try reading it out loud.
  2. I still remember that first proper party I went to.Got off with one of the girls; I was kissing Jenny Taylor all night long.
  3. I'd be happy to help with anything if I can - maths especially; it was a long time ago that I studied - got made redundant and redundancy paid for Open University - but if anyone is struggling put up a post and I'll see what I can do. And I'm sure that there's others on here that would help in other fields too. Maybe put up a sticky/pin up in this (training,education) thread if there's not too many already. Happy Days Yourn PS. My top tip would be: You've got to want to do it; if you want to do it, that's half the battle won. Good luck.
  4. Though we've all been there; few of us could recount it quite so poetically.
  5. I've bought an extra jar of honey: you know, just in case, like.
  6. A Common device for Revealing a hidden message Or rhyme Sometimes used in The form of a poem or In a Cypher
  7. Sorry; can't help after all: they don't use wood-chip of any kind.
  8. woodchip off the logs or shreddings off the foliage? I can ask someone that I might see today for their opinion. Edit: Ha! yes any bugger can do that. The person I might see works at a stables.
  9. Bed. Your own bed; not a hospital bed; not a mortuary bed. Good call.
  10. James Dyson before brexit vote: Brexit! Brexit! Brexit! James Dyson yesterday: Singapore looks nice.
  11. What you can't actually see in the vid is the three-foot-rsj-pile-driven-base of the tree-pusher over-thingy
  12. Specso. Soon they'll be able to tell if you've got bald tyres and defective brakes too. Just won't be worth driving anymore. Tis ealth an safety gone mad. etc.
  13. The phone's in the hallway; so I went out and shook it: you'll never guess what was on m'puter screen when I got back!


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