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Whatever Next..

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Whatever Next..

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Would be interesting to read the section on "Rust Prevention" as mentioned in the sub-heading under the title ! Cheesy

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Must be said that tent on top of the car roof rack looks like an excellent idea.

Oh christ does that mean i'm getting old? lol

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@7up well you are listed as a community veteran !  Cheesy

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@shutter wrote:

Would be interesting to read the section on "Rust Prevention" as mentioned in the sub-heading under the title ! Cheesy


That might say "Take One Cod Liver Oil Capsule Every Morning"!

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So long as it doesn`t suggest using WD40 as an under arm lubricant......  it may offend the clockmakers amongst us. ! ! ! ..Cheesy

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"Would be interesting to read the section on "Rust Prevention" as mentioned in the sub-heading under the title"

The section under 'cruise control' would suit me shutter.

House paid for, retired at sixty, winter fuel allowance plus that cold weather payment, help with my electricity bill, no Council tax to pay, tidy enough pension, free bus pass, free rail travel for six months of the year, free prescriptions, no debts, no worries, no kids (all left home)  - and Mrs and self still in good health. Oh, and every day is a 'duvet day'. Wink

So it's steady as she goes, and sails set for that free television licence just over the horizon! 


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@shutter wrote:

doesn`t suggest using WD40 as an under arm lubricant......  it may offend the clockmakers amongst us


Never under my arms. But maybe a doctor would recommend it for my old ticker.Smiley

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@billnotben erm... no, cos it`s no good for tickers.... old or new...  (apparently) Roll_eyes

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@shutter wrote:

cos it`s no good for tickers.... old or new...  (apparently) Roll_eyes


 Damn I must have misinterpreted that quote from WD40's web site.

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@shutter wrote:

@billnotben erm... no, cos it`s no good for tickers.... old or new...  (apparently) Roll_eyes


What you apply to a mechanisms or inject into your arteries is your business, just don't recommend it to others as though it's a good thing... Grin

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Heh heh, I need a water dispersant (WD) at 3am most mornings 

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