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16 minutes ago, matty40s said:

No, never seen it before.......😎

nor me.  is it about that nice bloke who had a prime mooring spot pinched from under his very nose by the sleight of hand of a grubby tupperware driver?

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1 minute ago, ditchcrawler said:

I just wish it would go away, its nearly as bad a Brexit popping up everywhere you look

It is indeed and I think it is the only topic I can think of where almost everyone is of the same opinion. 

 

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It must be nearly xmas as Brian had dumped his santa outfit.

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Just now, zenataomm said:

The thread that now runs into 10 pages and we've all be commenting on since Saturday evening?

Welcome to the party!

Pull up a lock beam and have a biscuit.

He's been playing with his thruster, leave the chap alone

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I’ve always been the last one to know anything.

canal boating is not about getting their fast, not thinking of others.

but enjoy the slow stroll through life, playing with things I know nothing about, and smiling

knowing I have friends who together in the forum, who makes it all better.

 

 

i haven’t attacked the bow thruster yet!

i know I started the charging cable once, but reading posts since, and now I haven’t a clue again

 

life is grand, I do wonder why the hospitals sent me for a head MRI, because they won’t find sod all!!!

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5 minutes ago, bigcol said:

life is grand, I do wonder why the hospitals sent me for a head MRI, because they won’t find sod all!!!

That's what they found when they scanned my head too. We must have gone to the same hospitabubble.

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I recall a TV documentary where a bloke had a head scan and they found a huge void in the middle of his skull, and the brain was actually a relatively thin layer lying against the inside of the skull - like a lining really.  He showed no symptoms of a lack of brain power.  

 

It can be very relaxing to be empty-headed.  Just get on with life without over-thinking it or worrying about what hasn't happened yet.  SWMBO doesn't agree.  :unsure:

 

 

 

...................  I used to call it the horse-spittle.  (is that the HAY connection maybe?).

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At Trent bridge Nottingham a couple of weeks ago I witnessed the boat rage from hell , two posh cruisers , one rammed into the other one and a bloke jumped over and battered the crap out of the other driver , blood flying everywhere , he had Mrs and two young kids on board who were crying and screaming as their dad got hammered , people on the banks were shouting for him to stop and that kids are there but it did not matter to him , he was also twice the size of the other bloke. Then he jumped back to his boat and drove off , hopefully the police got him.  

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On 14/10/2019 at 13:16, NewCanalBoy said:

Christ, what a t*sspot !!

That's a bit mean.  He might not have realised that this had already been posted.

6 hours ago, Murflynn said:

I recall a TV documentary where a bloke had a head scan and they found a huge void in the middle of his skull, and the brain was actually a relatively thin layer lying against the inside of the skull - like a lining really.  He showed no symptoms of a lack of brain power.  

 

I think there's a few who have this condition on this forum.

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On 15/10/2019 at 12:10, notts_alan said:

At Trent bridge Nottingham a couple of weeks ago I witnessed the boat rage from hell , two posh cruisers , one rammed into the other one and a bloke jumped over and battered the crap out of the other driver , blood flying everywhere , he had Mrs and two young kids on board who were crying and screaming as their dad got hammered , people on the banks were shouting for him to stop and that kids are there but it did not matter to him , he was also twice the size of the other bloke. Then he jumped back to his boat and drove off , hopefully the police got him.  

That sounds a whole lot worse than the incident referred to in this thread.

Did you note the names of the boats?

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On 14/10/2019 at 17:23, rusty69 said:

That's what they found when they scanned my head too. We must have gone to the same hospitabubble.

My daughter preferred "hosdibble" when she was a child, but nowadays she works in one and calls it a hospital.

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my son attended Queen Elizabeth's Hospital for 7 years, and then they found there was nothing wrong with him and let him out.

 

he got to wear a fancy gown and yellow stockings though.

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16 hours ago, MartynG said:

That sounds a whole lot worse than the incident referred to in this thread.

Did you note the names of the boats?

No I was too busy with a kebab in one hand and bag of chips in the other , lol , 

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1 hour ago, notts_alan said:

No I was too busy with a kebab in one hand and bag of chips in the other , lol , 

Tiller arm between the cheeks I bet, clever chap.

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