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colin21 Posted on 21/09/2011 12:50
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Is there any way I can watch the Boro Ipswich match vis my PC or I phone from germany?

Schoolboyerror Posted on 21/09/2011 13:44
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Depends how it is being Broadcast, If sky then yes easy use the instructions in the free sky sports post. Or ask again if you didn't understand anything.

If other channel then not sure as I don't tend to do live stuff due to the eight hour time difference.

Let me look into your options and I will post again.

Schoolboyerror Posted on 21/09/2011 14:08
FAO Schoolyboyerror

I may be wrong, but I don't think it is being broadcast live, so only way would be if you found a stream of it.

Other route as I believe it is the featured match on the championship programme is to follow previous advice then watch the 15 or 20 minutes they give us on the show.

In November we are live against Watford on Sky, so can be watched as I have mentioned.

I will keep looking but so far think that is the best advice I have. If you know of it being broadcast live let me know and I will look into how to get it.

Schoolboyerror Posted on 21/09/2011 14:12
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Now for some really boring stuff, I post on here a bit, generally offering advice on gaining employment, mostly offshore.

I have only once created a post and it hit 97.

This is my first ever F.A.O so I plan on making it a ton.

Granted over 90% of the posts will be by me.

Granted over 78% of the posts will say "HOOF"

But I work abroad, and get very lonely, to the point where the smallest things amuse me.

Join in if you like.

ItsMe Posted on 21/09/2011 14:17
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Pointless as it wasn't started by you so won't be classed as yours.

Hoof anyway [:D]

Schoolboyerror Posted on 21/09/2011 14:18
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Not pointless, even better as it is abouut me, by someone else.

The genius is in the detail.

I thank you for your participation.

ItsMe Posted on 21/09/2011 14:20
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Your welcome.

Hoof [:D]

Schoolboyerror Posted on 21/09/2011 14:23
FAO Schoolyboyerror

I am starting to really like you and your smiley faces.

ItsMe Posted on 21/09/2011 14:24
FAO Schoolyboyerror

You're not the only one bored at work mate.

Hoof [:D]

Schoolboyerror Posted on 21/09/2011 14:27
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Bad thing for me is,I am not work at the moment, sat in my flat with Korean belly, and writing on here, sad I know.

But the industry compensates in others ways.

Glad you are not too busy.

HOOF

ItsMe Posted on 21/09/2011 14:31
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Had a quiet afternoon, same as yesterday, busy on the morning then bugger all on the afternoon.

Hoof

Schoolboyerror Posted on 21/09/2011 14:34
FAO Schoolyboyerror

I like the cut of your Jib young man, but why no smiley face this time, are you finding it tedious already?

I have a long way to go.

Hoof

ItsMe Posted on 21/09/2011 14:46
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Think i'll be fcuking off at 3.30 for a game of pool [^]

Hoof [:D]

Schoolboyerror Posted on 21/09/2011 14:48
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Are we nearly there yet?

[:D]

Hoof


ItsMe Posted on 21/09/2011 14:52
FAO Schoolyboyerror

A while to go yet mate [:D]

Some of the other tw@ts could help out a bit though

Hoof [:D]

Schoolboyerror Posted on 21/09/2011 14:54
FAO Schoolyboyerror

I agree, I have helped enough out on here over the years, with work/geek stuff.

Thank you for entering into the spirit of a pointless thing.

[:D]

HOOF

ItsMe Posted on 21/09/2011 14:55
FAO Schoolyboyerror

I'm at work - pointless is my middle name [:P]

Hoof [:D]

Schoolboyerror Posted on 21/09/2011 14:57
FAO Schoolyboyerror

I like the effort you put into your work.

Keep it up.

[:D]

Hoof

ItsMe Posted on 21/09/2011 14:59
FAO Schoolyboyerror

30 mins to go then you're on your own i'm afraid

Hoof

[:D]

Schoolboyerror Posted on 21/09/2011 15:01
FAO Schoolyboyerror

30 minutes and I will be in my cot, and have to start again tomorrow.

I've started so I'll finish as that fella with the almost duplicate name used to say.

[:D]

Hoof

ItsMe Posted on 21/09/2011 15:03
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Pity, as I may have a recruit to our pointless thread [^]

Hoof

[:D]

Schoolboyerror Posted on 21/09/2011 15:05
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Ok I will hang around a bit.

I saw and appreciate you calling Rufus over, hope he joins in.

[:D]

Hoof

rufus4 Posted on 21/09/2011 15:05
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Heres Rufus

Ok come on lads

Hoof[^][^]

ItsMe Posted on 21/09/2011 15:06
FAO Schoolyboyerror

He should do, his existance is as pointless as mine - we both work together [:D]

Hoof

[:D]

Schoolboyerror Posted on 21/09/2011 15:06
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Cheers Rufus.

[^][^] and [:D]

I like it.

Hoof

ItsMe Posted on 21/09/2011 15:07
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Welcome to our world Rufus [^]

Hoof

[:D]

rufus4 Posted on 21/09/2011 15:08
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Yes very pointless.Come on lets get the ton[xx(][xx(]

Schoolboyerror Posted on 21/09/2011 15:08
FAO Schoolyboyerror

And a great big welcome from me too.

[^][^]

[:D]

ItsMe Posted on 21/09/2011 15:09
FAO Schoolyboyerror

It could possibly be the most pointless ton ever

Hoof

[:D]

Schoolboyerror Posted on 21/09/2011 15:10
FAO Schoolyboyerror

It will tick off a part of my bucket list.

[^][^]

[:D]


rufus4 Posted on 21/09/2011 15:10
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Yes but a tons a ton.[;)][;)]

Hoof
[:D]


ItsMe Posted on 21/09/2011 15:12
FAO Schoolyboyerror

10 mins for me then I'm off but if it's still going on about 6pm

Hoof

[:D]

ItsMe Posted on 21/09/2011 15:14
FAO Schoolyboyerror

then I'll join back in

Hoof

[:D]

rufus4 Posted on 21/09/2011 15:15
FAO Schoolyboyerror

I too will log back on at six.

Hoof
[:D]

ItsMe Posted on 21/09/2011 15:17
FAO Schoolyboyerror

See you at 6

Hoof

[:D]

Schoolboyerror Posted on 21/09/2011 15:18
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Excellent cheers boys.

Most pointless ton is something I could tell the Grandkids about.

Hope others join in.

[^][^]

[:D]

Hoof

colin21 Posted on 21/09/2011 15:21
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Thanks Schoolboy

Schoolboyerror Posted on 21/09/2011 15:22
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Ok, time for the cot for me. But one more Hoof wont matter.

See you tomorrow, with more pointless hoof's.

Thank you guys for your participation. I shall carry on my endevours tomorrow, for me. Tonight for you guys.

[^][^]

[:D]

Hoof

1finny Posted on 21/09/2011 15:36
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Sleep well. You may wake up to the ton. Even better 99 and you complete it.

Lurcher Posted on 21/09/2011 15:38
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Thanks for the info on the other thread SBE

ItsMe Posted on 21/09/2011 16:18
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Stuck outside the pool hall in my car waiting for a break in the monsoon so I can run the 5 yards without drowning so thought I'd get my phone out and have a quick hoof [;)]

Hoof
[:D]

rufus4 Posted on 21/09/2011 20:25
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Up at Bishop Auckland,I too am taking a look.
Its coming on slowly.

Hoof
[:D]

weemoby Posted on 21/09/2011 20:59
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Slowly slowly, catchy monkey(head).

ItsMe Posted on 21/09/2011 21:32
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Hoof
[:D]

monkeyman Posted on 21/09/2011 21:34
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Just doing my bit! [:D]

You DESERVE a ton SBE [ref]

itsthere Posted on 21/09/2011 21:46
FAO Schoolyboyerror

[^]

Schoolboyerror Posted on 21/09/2011 21:58
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Morning HOOF from South Korea

rufus4 Posted on 21/09/2011 23:02
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Come on lads and lasses.
Lets get SBE his ton.
[:D][:D]

monkeyman Posted on 21/09/2011 23:12
FAO Schoolyboyerror

effin' HOOF! [:O]

bill_door Posted on 21/09/2011 23:19
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Off to bed so this is the last thing I'll do today.[^]

Hoof.

GOBDL!

celestial_teapot Posted on 21/09/2011 23:21
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Can't sleep...

Hoof

Schoolboyerror Posted on 21/09/2011 23:46
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Over half way now, thanks everyone.

Cheeky one before starting work.

Hoof

we_hate_mackems1 Posted on 21/09/2011 23:47
FAO Schoolyboyerror

100 did you say?

Schoolboyerror Posted on 21/09/2011 23:51
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Not just any 100,

Most pointless one.[^]

Dr_Frank_Reeves Posted on 22/09/2011 00:01
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Schoolboy, I worked in that there Korea a few years ago, down Koje way. What line of work are you in?

Schoolboyerror Posted on 22/09/2011 00:07
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Hello there Mr Reeves

I am Commissioning an FPSO in Geoje, the DSME shipyard. Right at the start of the project.

It is a great country very friendly humble people, it just gets a little lonely, stupid rotation too; 8 weeks here 2 weeks home.

So obviously looking for other work;

Thanks for adding one to my tally

Dr_Frank_Reeves Posted on 22/09/2011 00:18
FAO Schoolyboyerror

You're very welcome my friend.

I know how lonely and boring it can get sometimes, hopefully your first ton will be worth it.

I was at the Samsung Shipyard for a few months, like you say the country and the people are first class......not so the Kimchee[;)]

Schoolboyerror Posted on 22/09/2011 00:21
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Kimchee in......Kimchee out.

I was here last year and made the mistake of eating it for a few days, not this year though.

A few guys from the foreigners club have worked at the Samsung yard for a few years.

Schoolboyerror Posted on 22/09/2011 02:10
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Just a quick one during coffee break.

HOOF

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 02:38
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 02:39
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 02:39
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 02:40
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 02:40
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 02:41
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 02:42
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 02:42
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 02:43
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 02:44
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 02:47
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 02:47
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 02:48
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 02:49
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 02:50
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 02:50
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 02:51
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 02:51
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 02:52
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 02:53
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 02:53
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 02:54
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 02:55
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 02:55
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 02:56
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 02:56
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 02:57
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 02:58
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 02:59
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 02:59
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

Schoolboyerror Posted on 22/09/2011 02:59
FAO Schoolyboyerror

I like your style, very nearly at the end of my pointless ton now.

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ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 03:00
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 03:00
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

Schoolboyerror Posted on 22/09/2011 03:01
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Hope I post the ton

But not bothered as long as it gets there.

[^][^][^]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 03:01
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 03:01
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

Schoolboyerror Posted on 22/09/2011 03:02
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Go On Ibiza Lad

[^][^][^]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 03:02
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

Schoolboyerror Posted on 22/09/2011 03:02
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Almost there

Hoof

[:D][:D][:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 03:03
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 03:03
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

Schoolboyerror Posted on 22/09/2011 03:03
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Back of the net.

I can get some work done now.

Cheers all.

[fb][fb][fb]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 03:05
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Me too these nights are a killer [|)]

rufus4 Posted on 22/09/2011 10:50
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Glad you made the ton Sbe.
[^][^]
[:D]


DeputyDoyle Posted on 22/09/2011 10:56
FAO Schoolyboyerror

The boro game is on the telly.

HOOF

[:D]

ItsMe Posted on 22/09/2011 12:22
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Best thread ever [:D]

Tears in my eyes at Ibiza74 [^]

Schoolboyerror Posted on 22/09/2011 12:36
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Ibiza guy is quality, couldn't believe it when I looked today.

Which channel is the match on and we shall find a way for Ex-Pats to watch it?

Cheers for everyones help

[:D][:D][:D]


ItsMe Posted on 22/09/2011 15:04
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Double ton? Or is that too much to ask for?

Hoof
[:D]

Schoolboyerror Posted on 22/09/2011 15:11
FAO Schoolyboyerror

I am with you my friend.

Lets see what we can do.

[:D][:D][:D]

Schoolboyerror Posted on 22/09/2011 15:12
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Hoof

rufus4 Posted on 22/09/2011 16:21
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Heeeeres Rufus!!

Lets go for it boys
[:D][:D]
FAO HAVASACK GET POSTING

smogmonster4 Posted on 22/09/2011 16:28
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Hey I like pointless things as well.

Its all quiet here in Smogland so lets go.
[cr][cr]

Two hundred here we come!

HOOF

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 16:43
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 16:43
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 16:44
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 16:44
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 17:07
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 17:08
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 17:08
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 17:08
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 17:09
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 17:09
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 17:09
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 17:10
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 17:10
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 17:11
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 17:11
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 17:12
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 17:12
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 17:13
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 17:13
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 17:14
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 17:14
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 17:15
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 17:15
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 17:15
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 17:16
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 17:17
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 17:17
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 17:18
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 17:18
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 17:19
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 17:19
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 17:20
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HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 17:20
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 17:21
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 17:21
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 17:22
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 17:23
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 17:23
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 17:23
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 17:26
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 17:26
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 17:27
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 17:27
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 17:28
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 17:28
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 17:29
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 17:29
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 17:30
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 17:31
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 17:31
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 17:31
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 17:32
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Tea time [:D]

monkeyman Posted on 22/09/2011 17:47
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Ibiza you freak! [^][ref][:D]

and have a spider too: (([:O]))

ItsMe Posted on 22/09/2011 17:48
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Hoof
[:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 17:49
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ItsMe Posted on 22/09/2011 17:49
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Hoof
[:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 17:49
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 17:50
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 17:50
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 17:51
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 17:51
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 17:51
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HOOF [:D]

ItsMe Posted on 22/09/2011 17:52
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Hoof
[:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 17:52
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 17:52
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ItsMe Posted on 22/09/2011 17:53
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Hoof
[:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 17:53
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 17:53
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ItsMe Posted on 22/09/2011 17:54
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Hoof
[:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 17:54
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 17:54
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 17:55
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 17:55
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 17:55
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 17:56
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ItsMe Posted on 22/09/2011 17:56
FAO Schoolyboyerror

My hoofing is slower cos I'm on an iPhone [sad]

Hoof
[:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 17:56
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 17:57
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 17:57
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 17:58
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HOOF [:D]

ItsMe Posted on 22/09/2011 17:58
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Hoof
[:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 17:58
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 17:59
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 17:59
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 17:59
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HOOF [:D]

ItsMe Posted on 22/09/2011 17:59
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Hoof
[:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 18:00
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HOOF [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 18:00
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HOOF [:D]

ItsMe Posted on 22/09/2011 18:00
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Hoof
[:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 22/09/2011 18:01
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF [xx(]

ItsMe Posted on 22/09/2011 18:01
FAO Schoolyboyerror

She's there [ref]
Back of the net [ref]
Double ton [ref]

Hoof
[:D]

ItsMe Posted on 22/09/2011 18:03
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Hoof
[:D]

Schoolboyerror Posted on 23/09/2011 02:08
FAO Schoolyboyerror

You have no idea how much this has made me laugh.

Great to know that there are stranger people than me out there.

Thanks everyone, a big thanks to Ibiza.

[^][^][^]

rufus4 Posted on 23/09/2011 07:08
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Heeeeres Rufus back from missionary work in Skunkland.

Lets make it 300.

I love pointless things me!!

[:D][:D][:D]

jannizart Posted on 23/09/2011 07:09
FAO Schoolyboyerror

If I had known this was a thread for strange people then I would have joined sooner -
Hello schoolboy [smi]

rufus4 Posted on 23/09/2011 07:19
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Welcometo the strange thread.Lets keep it going cos I'm at work and it could be a long day.

Hoof [:D][:D]

Schoolboyerror Posted on 23/09/2011 07:23
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Rufus you are on, but only if Ibiza plays along.

Hi Jan, and thanks for joining.

Did your Son end up in Brazil or is he still on the Good ship. I heard about the troubles of it`s sister ship, must have been a scary night onboard.

[^][^][^]

jannizart Posted on 23/09/2011 07:58
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Think his ship was scary too from what I heard. He was persuaded to stay onboard with a nice control room staff job. On the home ship he has managed to throw 3 people overboard and is now a single matelot

ItsMe Posted on 23/09/2011 08:05
FAO Schoolyboyerror

I'm back again for more pointlessness [smi]

At work today and unlike Rufus, I'm actually quite busy today but will pop in with the occasional 'hoof' when I get the chance.

Hoof
[:D]

jannizart Posted on 23/09/2011 08:11
FAO Schoolyboyerror

I am free until 11 so I can dip in and out with my brush. I was going into the garden to watch paint dry but it's too cold for that.

ItsMe Posted on 23/09/2011 08:22
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Good to see you joining in the spirit of it Jan [^]

Hoof
[:D]

jannizart Posted on 23/09/2011 08:24
FAO Schoolyboyerror

I decided here was a better place than the breast thread ItsMe [:I]
We need Raz on board - he can be very pointless sometimes [smi]

ItsMe Posted on 23/09/2011 08:25
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Or the "wheezing chest" thread? [:D]

raglasher Posted on 23/09/2011 08:45
FAO Schoolyboyerror

I am just sat on my ar-e doing nothing so i will add to the score [^]

ItsMe Posted on 23/09/2011 08:47
FAO Schoolyboyerror

What's been the longest "Most pointless thread" ever[?]

rufus4 Posted on 23/09/2011 08:49
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Here I am, morning ItsMe.

Love this don't you.

[:D][:D]

Schoolboyerror Posted on 23/09/2011 08:51
FAO Schoolyboyerror

What is the highest amount of posts a thread has ever got?

Some one in Admin must know, wonder if they`d be kind enough to post on here.

[^][^][^]

jannizart Posted on 23/09/2011 08:55
FAO Schoolyboyerror

No idea but Raz and I hold the record for the longest 2 person thread - it lasted all day until Sea_Harrier joined us. It was a bit spooky in the end because we began to think you had all been abducted by aliens

rkangel Posted on 23/09/2011 08:55
FAO Schoolyboyerror

I've got a load of bankers working in my place today, learning to do public speaking kind of thing. I started at 7.45 this morning and I'm here till 11 tonight. I think this is the definition of pointless and this thread put a laugh on my face. Happy to join in.

ItsMe Posted on 23/09/2011 09:00
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Myself and BoroGrecian once had a thread which lasted all night and reached a ton Jan, so we may run you close there.

Morning Rufus, what job you on today?

Welcome rkangel.

We're bordering on veering away from being pointless here, let's get back to the hoofing.

Hoof
[:D]

jannizart Posted on 23/09/2011 09:03
FAO Schoolyboyerror

woof [^]

ItsMe Posted on 23/09/2011 09:03
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Bark
[:D]

rufus4 Posted on 23/09/2011 09:04
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Morning ItsMe F Block today.

Hoof.
[:D]

raglasher Posted on 23/09/2011 09:05
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Nice weather here in Torquay [ref]

ItsMe Posted on 23/09/2011 09:08
FAO Schoolyboyerror

I'll be working near tk04 all morning [sad]

raglasher Posted on 23/09/2011 09:10
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Anybody on here got a cat? mine is out shi--ing in someones garden is it yours

rufus4 Posted on 23/09/2011 09:12
FAO Schoolyboyerror

I'll be down to see you.[^][^]

jannizart Posted on 23/09/2011 09:22
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Am finding it hard to be pointless - my pencil is too sharp.


The_Crown Posted on 23/09/2011 10:01
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Hoof [:D]

rkangel Posted on 23/09/2011 10:35
FAO Schoolyboyerror

I had to go get a ladder.
Hoof

raglasher Posted on 23/09/2011 10:41
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Today is friday

rufus4 Posted on 23/09/2011 10:47
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Tomorrow is Saturday.

[:D]

ItsMe Posted on 23/09/2011 11:03
FAO Schoolyboyerror

I like chips
[:D]

rufus4 Posted on 23/09/2011 12:36
FAO Schoolyboyerror

I like fish.
[:D]

Schoolboyerror Posted on 23/09/2011 12:52
FAO Schoolyboyerror

antidisestablishmentarianism is a very long word.

[^][^]


Link:

ItsMe Posted on 23/09/2011 13:02
FAO Schoolyboyerror

I had fish and chips for dinner
[:D]

jannizart Posted on 23/09/2011 13:04
FAO Schoolyboyerror

I took super_nanny for an Eaglescliffe parmo - just got back

redcar_racer Posted on 23/09/2011 13:16
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Just doing my bit from the Nigerian Delta

redcar_racer Posted on 23/09/2011 13:19
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Just doing my bit from the Nigerian Delta

redcar_racer Posted on 23/09/2011 13:20
FAO Schoolyboyerror

I hate double posts, me

GORRL!

ItsMe Posted on 23/09/2011 13:21
FAO Schoolyboyerror

How was your parmo Jan?

jannizart Posted on 23/09/2011 13:31
FAO Schoolyboyerror

I had a New York Burger but the parmo looked very nice too. Proper chips as well

ItsMe Posted on 23/09/2011 13:35
FAO Schoolyboyerror

What's in a New York burger?

jannizart Posted on 23/09/2011 13:41
FAO Schoolyboyerror

There was a home made burger, slice of bacon, melted cheese and smoky bbq sauce plus salad. No idea what makes it a New Yorker - bit pointless really. Could have been a Brussels Burger. Hmmm that would probably have to have sprouts in it - YUK

rkangel Posted on 23/09/2011 14:47
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Has this really been down here for an hour, while I have lunched on Bankers' crumbs?

rufus4 Posted on 23/09/2011 14:50
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Heeeres Rufus!!.
I had a bacon sandwich with brown sauce for dinner.

[:D][:D]

smogmonster4 Posted on 23/09/2011 14:53
FAO Schoolyboyerror

The old Smogmonster had fish and chips for dinner.[^][^]


ItsMe Posted on 23/09/2011 15:15
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Me too Smogmonster [^]

SNOWBANDIT Posted on 23/09/2011 15:19
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Ah - a food thread [^]
Beans on toast for dinner today - times is hard [|)]

rkangel Posted on 23/09/2011 16:51
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Hoooooooooooooooff.

rufus4 Posted on 23/09/2011 17:24
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Computer shutting down shortly.

Big HOOOOOOF!

[:D]

jannizart Posted on 23/09/2011 18:22
FAO Schoolyboyerror

I'm back - hoof from me.

What time is schoolboy back?

raglasher Posted on 23/09/2011 19:45
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Spag Bol tommorow [:D]

MFC_Riverside Posted on 23/09/2011 19:47
FAO Schoolyboyerror

(([:O]))

The wow I can't believe this thread spider.


rkangel Posted on 23/09/2011 19:55
FAO Schoolyboyerror

I grew a little concerned this thread had developed a point/theme/direction for a moment there.[?]
You may be glad to know I put the ladder back.
Been a busy day.[8D]

rkangel Posted on 23/09/2011 21:57
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Hoof before I go.

1finny Posted on 23/09/2011 22:00
FAO Schoolyboyerror

No hoof from me.
this is silly [;)]

rufus4 Posted on 23/09/2011 22:46
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Silly we do Serious we don't
[:X]

ItsMe Posted on 24/09/2011 00:29
FAO Schoolyboyerror

My intention is to make this thread the most pointless 1000 thread ever [^]

Schoolboyerror Posted on 24/09/2011 02:59
FAO Schoolyboyerror

In work late today.

rufus4 Posted on 24/09/2011 06:43
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Lets go then!

[:X]

ItsMe Posted on 24/09/2011 07:05
FAO Schoolyboyerror

On the only day I get to have a lie in I wake up early [sad]

So thought I'd give it a hoof

Hoof
[:D]

jannizart Posted on 24/09/2011 08:29
FAO Schoolyboyerror

I am off to Yarm to buy a 5mm masonry drill bit - hope that's not pointless [:P]
Morning hoofers [^]

rufus4 Posted on 24/09/2011 08:37
FAO Schoolyboyerror

I am having a bacon sandwich at work.

[:P]

Hoof

jannizart Posted on 24/09/2011 08:38
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Isn't talking about food a bit repetitive rufus? Morning btw

raglasher Posted on 24/09/2011 08:44
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Morning pointless posters

ItsMe Posted on 24/09/2011 10:33
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Managed to get back to sleep, awake now though

Hoof
[:D]

rufus4 Posted on 24/09/2011 10:54
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Morning jan yes you are right.
I humbly apologise.
In my defence I am looking after ItsMe's job and well it is pointless.
[ref][ref]

ItsMe Posted on 24/09/2011 11:16
FAO Schoolyboyerror

More likely to be Havasack who's looking after my job whilst Rufus sits around doing nowt [;)]
Besides, don't think Rufus is capable of doing my job [;)]

rufus4 Posted on 24/09/2011 11:33
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Damn,Havasack is doing all the work,but why have a dog and bark yourself.[;)][;)]

raglasher Posted on 24/09/2011 12:40
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Good this init [:D]

rufus4 Posted on 24/09/2011 13:18
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Another Hoof

[:D]

smogmonster4 Posted on 24/09/2011 15:44
FAO Schoolyboyerror

The Smogs back.

Big Hoof from me

[:X]

ItsMe Posted on 24/09/2011 16:27
FAO Schoolyboyerror

And another hoof
[:D]

colinmilk Posted on 24/09/2011 16:37
FAO Schoolyboyerror

big fat hairy hoof.

raglasher Posted on 24/09/2011 17:00
FAO Schoolyboyerror

it is going to rain

jannizart Posted on 24/09/2011 17:30
FAO Schoolyboyerror

I have just spent 4 hours stuck in Teessdie Park shopping for pink fluffy handcuffs.

I was beginning to think we were going to be there forever - the lights were out of sync so nobody was going anywhere. I hate that place!!

Bumped into AA365 shopping for tights in M&S [;)]

raglasher Posted on 24/09/2011 18:01
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Its church tomorrow

rufus4 Posted on 24/09/2011 18:03
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Mafeking has been relieved!!

Hoof

[:D][:D]

ItsMe Posted on 24/09/2011 19:45
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Been called out to work [sad]

Hoof
[:D]

rufus4 Posted on 24/09/2011 19:48
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Why.?
[:D]


ItsMe Posted on 24/09/2011 19:53
FAO Schoolyboyerror

They need to re-route the de-prop bottoms to 7TK45 but are unsure of how to do it so I'm going in for an hour to sort it out.
Had a call of D Summers earlier and as my eldest daughter is here she is going to babysit for an hour.

rufus4 Posted on 24/09/2011 21:23
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Enjoy..[cr] I am just going out to the club to drink copious amounts of mucky beer[^][^][^]

Keep this thread going

Hoof

ItsMe Posted on 24/09/2011 21:24
FAO Schoolyboyerror

All sorted. Half an hour on plant and 4 hours plus a call-out.
Kerching.
[:O]

ItsMe Posted on 24/09/2011 22:27
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Not Letting this slip

Hoof
[:D]

rkangel Posted on 24/09/2011 22:28
FAO Schoolyboyerror

I'm just about to finish work. I'm now off till Monday 3rd. I've been asked to do some teaching in County Durham next weekend so they're paying for me to go back up north.[^]
Limited ladder interaction over the course of today.
Cheers all.

plazmuh Posted on 24/09/2011 22:49
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF
Regards
Plazmuh
[:D][:D][^]

ItsMe Posted on 24/09/2011 23:21
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Hoof
[:D]

plazmuh Posted on 25/09/2011 00:03
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Hoof
Regards
Plazmuh
[:D][:D][^]

ibiza_74 Posted on 25/09/2011 00:17
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF[:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 25/09/2011 00:17
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF[:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 25/09/2011 00:18
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF[:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 25/09/2011 00:18
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF[:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 25/09/2011 00:19
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF[:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 25/09/2011 00:20
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF[:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 25/09/2011 00:20
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF[:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 25/09/2011 00:21
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF[:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 25/09/2011 00:21
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF[:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 25/09/2011 00:22
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF[xx(]

ItsMe Posted on 25/09/2011 00:25
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Welcome back Ibiza [:D]

stevie-g888 Posted on 25/09/2011 00:38
FAO Schoolyboyerror

I've just come back from Tenerife, and on the plane going out, it was really warm.....too warm[smi]

plazmuh Posted on 25/09/2011 00:46
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Hoof
Regards
Plazmuh
[:D][:D][^]

plazmuh Posted on 25/09/2011 00:47
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Horses Hoof
Regards
Plazmuh
[:D][:D][^]

jannizart Posted on 25/09/2011 01:01
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Back from the hen party and a very late night meal at the Raj Bari in Yarm
Hoof [^]

Schoolboyerror Posted on 25/09/2011 02:43
FAO Schoolyboyerror

A quick one before work>

Hoof

[^][^][^]

raglasher Posted on 25/09/2011 08:59
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Morning [:D]

jannizart Posted on 25/09/2011 09:59
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Morning [:D]
I have 2 blisters from walking home last night. [sad]

ItsMe Posted on 25/09/2011 10:16
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Morning hoof
[:D]

raglasher Posted on 25/09/2011 10:52
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Poinless this

ItsMe Posted on 25/09/2011 11:06
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Also t-less [;)]

Schoolboyerror Posted on 25/09/2011 11:08
FAO Schoolyboyerror

I think T's are pointless anyway, very overrated.

[^][^][^]

ron_manager Posted on 25/09/2011 11:09
FAO Schoolyboyerror

What the bloody hell is going on here.[:D]

ItsMe Posted on 25/09/2011 11:11
FAO Schoolyboyerror

We're going for the record Ron. Longest, most pointless thread ever.

Hoof
[:D]

rufus4 Posted on 25/09/2011 13:35
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Went to the club had a good drink.
Had a lie in.
Now getting ready for night shift.
Is that pointless enough?
[:D][:D]

smogmonster4 Posted on 25/09/2011 13:56
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Heres the Smogmonster back.Hello Ibiza and ItsMe.

Love pointless things I do.[;)]

ItsMe Posted on 25/09/2011 13:59
FAO Schoolyboyerror

For some reason this thread is really making me laugh [:D]

ItsMe Posted on 25/09/2011 14:00
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Stood in Hobbycraft

smogmonster4 Posted on 25/09/2011 14:03
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Hobbycraft. Is that a pointless hobby?
Standing in shops.
[;)]

FFSBoro Posted on 25/09/2011 14:04
FAO Schoolyboyerror

I've just had a chocolate chip cookie!

Keep up the good work all [;)]

Hoofy Woofy [smi]

jannizart Posted on 25/09/2011 14:29
FAO Schoolyboyerror

I’m not a complete idiot, some parts are missing.

Hoof [:O]

Schoolboyerror Posted on 25/09/2011 14:40
FAO Schoolyboyerror

if you notice this notice,
You'll notice that,
This notice
Is not worth noticing.

[^]

jannizart Posted on 25/09/2011 14:43
FAO Schoolyboyerror

The man who smiles when things go wrong has thought of someone to blame it on [:D]

raglasher Posted on 25/09/2011 14:52
FAO Schoolyboyerror

I started school when i was 5

raglasher Posted on 25/09/2011 16:22
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Quiet ?

ItsMe Posted on 25/09/2011 16:23
FAO Schoolyboyerror

I'm at home now

ron_manager Posted on 25/09/2011 16:24
FAO Schoolyboyerror

May

ron_manager Posted on 25/09/2011 16:24
FAO Schoolyboyerror

I

ron_manager Posted on 25/09/2011 16:25
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Join

ron_manager Posted on 25/09/2011 16:25
FAO Schoolyboyerror

In

ron_manager Posted on 25/09/2011 16:25
FAO Schoolyboyerror

The

ron_manager Posted on 25/09/2011 16:26
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Record

ron_manager Posted on 25/09/2011 16:26
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Attempt[:P]

ItsMe Posted on 25/09/2011 16:42
FAO Schoolyboyerror

The

ItsMe Posted on 25/09/2011 16:43
FAO Schoolyboyerror

More

ItsMe Posted on 25/09/2011 16:48
FAO Schoolyboyerror

The

ItsMe Posted on 25/09/2011 16:48
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Merrier

ItsMe Posted on 25/09/2011 16:49
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Ron

ItsMe Posted on 25/09/2011 16:49
FAO Schoolyboyerror

[:D]

fredfish Posted on 25/09/2011 17:03
FAO Schoolyboyerror

I feel honoured to be part of what will be the biggest fmttm post ever.

Well done everyone.

ron_manager Posted on 25/09/2011 17:10
FAO Schoolyboyerror

I agree totally, I now feel very very proud to be involved in this life changing experience.[;)]

Kevlar Posted on 25/09/2011 17:13
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Elephants rarely eat the testicles of an inuit.

jannizart Posted on 25/09/2011 17:21
FAO Schoolyboyerror

I spent a minute thinking of a response to that one Kevlar and then realises there are no elephants where Inuits live [:I]

*ok Kevlar but it doesn't make sense
'there are no Inuits where Elephants where Inuits live.'



Kevlar Posted on 25/09/2011 17:28
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Jan, none that have testicles.

Kevlar Posted on 25/09/2011 17:29
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Jan, do me a favour and edit you post to read, 'there are no Inuits where Elephants where Inuits live.'

This will cover my mistake, and increase the count by one.

Thanks in advance.x

Kevlar Posted on 25/09/2011 17:32
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Also, ingnore that last post, and make it read, 'there are no Inuits where Elephants live.'

Otherwise, these great thread will disintegrate into an orgy of double mistakes and monkey knackers.

ibiza_74 Posted on 25/09/2011 17:32
FAO Schoolyboyerror

This Thread is pointless[8D]

Kevlar Posted on 25/09/2011 17:33
FAO Schoolyboyerror

It might be pointless, but let's at least make it correct![;)]

Kevlar Posted on 25/09/2011 17:35
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Also, ignore my monkey knackers quip.

That should be elephant knackers.

ibiza_74 Posted on 25/09/2011 17:35
FAO Schoolyboyerror

How much money did Boro make from the Photo?

ibiza_74 Posted on 25/09/2011 17:36
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Scott Mcdonald!!!

ibiza_74 Posted on 25/09/2011 17:36
FAO Schoolyboyerror

faris haroun

ibiza_74 Posted on 25/09/2011 17:37
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Are Ipswich in a false position ??

ibiza_74 Posted on 25/09/2011 17:37
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Glasgow Rangers 2-3 MSS FC!!!

ibiza_74 Posted on 25/09/2011 17:38
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Bruce Rioch

ibiza_74 Posted on 25/09/2011 17:38
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Boro U18s vs Sheff wed U18s 24th Sept - Match report

ibiza_74 Posted on 25/09/2011 17:39
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Nowt stopping the Mags!!

ibiza_74 Posted on 25/09/2011 17:39
FAO Schoolyboyerror

middlesbrough stewards job application test

ibiza_74 Posted on 25/09/2011 17:40
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Anyone notice the BBC graphic?

ibiza_74 Posted on 25/09/2011 17:41
FAO Schoolyboyerror

IF They Have Nothing To Hide

ibiza_74 Posted on 25/09/2011 17:41
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOY YOU

ibiza_74 Posted on 25/09/2011 17:42
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Mcdonald & Bennett - get rid

ibiza_74 Posted on 25/09/2011 17:42
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Mclaren

ibiza_74 Posted on 25/09/2011 17:43
FAO Schoolyboyerror

justin hoyte... i really want the lad to do well for us

ibiza_74 Posted on 25/09/2011 17:43
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Treetop Flyers on Friday - Stage times

ibiza_74 Posted on 25/09/2011 17:44
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Epeefinny proudfeet is a toss pot!

ibiza_74 Posted on 25/09/2011 17:45
FAO Schoolyboyerror

£4.00 for a pie

ibiza_74 Posted on 25/09/2011 17:45
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Horrible Histories TV show

ibiza_74 Posted on 25/09/2011 17:46
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Cambridge ....... Anyone recommend

ibiza_74 Posted on 25/09/2011 17:46
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Barry Robson's.....

ibiza_74 Posted on 25/09/2011 17:47
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Drive

ibiza_74 Posted on 25/09/2011 17:48
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Ipswich Are The Best Team Boro Have Faced So Far This Season

ibiza_74 Posted on 25/09/2011 17:48
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Did you used to or still get (maybe!) an xmas annual???

ibiza_74 Posted on 25/09/2011 17:49
FAO Schoolyboyerror

We're the team to beat

ibiza_74 Posted on 25/09/2011 17:49
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Cameron Park

ibiza_74 Posted on 25/09/2011 17:50
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Hoyte on Scotland

ibiza_74 Posted on 25/09/2011 17:50
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Moan, moan, moan.

ibiza_74 Posted on 25/09/2011 17:51
FAO Schoolyboyerror

FAO Epiffanee Proudfoot.

ibiza_74 Posted on 25/09/2011 17:51
FAO Schoolyboyerror

FAO Robfmttm

ibiza_74 Posted on 25/09/2011 17:52
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Do we have the most stupid set of fans in the league?

ibiza_74 Posted on 25/09/2011 17:53
FAO Schoolyboyerror

doolally

ibiza_74 Posted on 25/09/2011 17:53
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Green Brigade - Celtic

ibiza_74 Posted on 25/09/2011 17:54
FAO Schoolyboyerror

? the date of the abandoned night match at Ayresome

ibiza_74 Posted on 25/09/2011 17:54
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Old Grey Whistle Test

ibiza_74 Posted on 25/09/2011 17:55
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Putting up Christmas trees this early............

ibiza_74 Posted on 25/09/2011 17:56
FAO Schoolyboyerror

The Swan - Loughborough. Parmo on the menu!

ibiza_74 Posted on 25/09/2011 17:57
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Anyone sat in or close to block 26B?

ibiza_74 Posted on 25/09/2011 17:57
FAO Schoolyboyerror

I would take another draw on wednesday

ibiza_74 Posted on 25/09/2011 17:58
FAO Schoolyboyerror

I dread to think what will happen on here and amongst the...

ibiza_74 Posted on 25/09/2011 17:58
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Alun Armstrong fake

ibiza_74 Posted on 25/09/2011 17:59
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Great Escape (Can you go missing from hospital for 3 hours)

ibiza_74 Posted on 25/09/2011 18:00
FAO Schoolyboyerror

The Leicester game on Wednesday night

ibiza_74 Posted on 25/09/2011 18:00
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Joe Bennett

ibiza_74 Posted on 25/09/2011 18:01
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Cavendish

ibiza_74 Posted on 25/09/2011 18:01
FAO Schoolyboyerror

The Jocks in the Rugby World Cup

ibiza_74 Posted on 25/09/2011 18:02
FAO Schoolyboyerror

manure dont like it.................

ibiza_74 Posted on 25/09/2011 18:02
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Alun Armstrong comments Hoyte after the game today

ibiza_74 Posted on 25/09/2011 18:03
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FAO Schoolyboyerror colin21 397
25/09/2011 18:02
Cambridge ....... Anyone recommend coluka 13
25/09/2011 17:59
Boro U18s vs Sheff wed U18s 24th Sept - Match report Powlay 7
25/09/2011 17:58
Moan, moan, moan. gravyboat 7
25/09/2011 17:58
I dread to think what will happen on here and amongst the... Adi_Dem 1
25/09/2011 17:57
Epeefinny proudfeet is a toss pot! r00fie 25
25/09/2011 17:56
Scott Mcdonald!!! dave-79!!! 36
25/09/2011 17:52
Hoyte on Scotland Farouns_Big_Lugs 23
25/09/2011 17:48
Anyone notice the BBC graphic? Buddy 3
25/09/2011 17:47
Glasgow Rangers 2-3 MSS FC!!! Lisbonlegend 18
25/09/2011 17:43
How much money did Boro make from the Photo? rosscollin23 8
25/09/2011 17:42
faris haroun Royal_Marines_Commando 12
25/09/2011 17:42
justin hoyte... i really want the lad to do well for us mattyk50 20
25/09/2011 17:42
middlesbrough stewards job application test channel4 10
25/09/2011 17:40
Are Ipswich in a false position ?? ThorntreeExile 11
25/09/2011 17:36
Bruce Rioch Gin-N-Tonic 1
25/09/2011 17:31
Nowt stopping the Mags!! EpiphanyProudfoot 30
25/09/2011 17:31
IF They Have Nothing To Hide plazmuh 39
25/09/2011 17:21
HOY YOU maxi_levey 6
25/09/2011 17:18
Mcdonald & Bennett - get rid TallyHo 37
25/09/2011 17:15
Mclaren socrates 3
25/09/2011 17:12
Treetop Flyers on Friday - Stage times Blaggamuffin 31
25/09/2011 17:05
£4.00 for a pie garydee 10
25/09/2011 17:03
Horrible Histories TV show Free_Subbuteo_171 1
25/09/2011 17:03
Barry Robson's..... colinfishwick 5
25/09/2011 16:49
Drive Libbins 5
25/09/2011 16:42
Ipswich Are The Best Team Boro Have Faced So Far This Season Roswell 13
25/09/2011 16:36
Did you used to or still get (maybe!) an xmas annual??? PAULIEJ 18
25/09/2011 16:33
We're the team to beat Marvanelli 5
25/09/2011 16:29
Cameron Park Keyboard_Worrier 2
25/09/2011 16:28
FAO Epiffanee Proudfoot. r00fie 5
25/09/2011 16:26
FAO Robfmttm r00fie 3
25/09/2011 16:24
Do we have the most stupid set of fans in the league? Torino 20
25/09/2011 16:23
doolally bigrichardthe3rd 16
25/09/2011 16:20
Green Brigade - Celtic RedcarBlock53 7
25/09/2011 16:19
? the date of the abandoned night match at Ayresome Uncle_harry 42
25/09/2011 16:13
Old Grey Whistle Test borotmt 2
25/09/2011 16:05
Putting up Christmas trees this early............ Goat_herder 12
25/09/2011 15:57
The Swan - Loughborough. Parmo on the menu! r00fie 7
25/09/2011 15:53
Anyone sat in or close to block 26B? backofthenet 5
25/09/2011 15:51
I would take another draw on wednesday macboro 4
25/09/2011 15:46
Alun Armstrong fake macboro 5
25/09/2011 15:45
Great Escape (Can you go missing from hospital for 3 hours) ThorntreeExile 7
25/09/2011 15:33
The Leicester game on Wednesday night mitch_at_merseyside 5
25/09/2011 15:23
Joe Bennett Afonso 40
25/09/2011 15:15
Leicester need a good thrashing today.... r00fie 3
25/09/2011 15:14
Cavendish 1finny 4
25/09/2011 15:08
The Jocks in the Rugby World Cup 1finny 4
25/09/2011 14:58
manure dont like it................. xxlshirts_fit_all 10
25/09/2011 14:55
Alun Armstrong comments Hoyte after the game today JimmyFloydPiggybank 56
25/09/2011 14:54

ibiza_74 Posted on 25/09/2011 18:04
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Horse Fancy Nobby_Barnes 7
25/09/2011 14:49
Cardiff - Leicester Borocelt 2
25/09/2011 14:36
Cycling World Champs Today 1finny 7
25/09/2011 14:23
Emnes in front of the north stand Supermac 7
25/09/2011 13:53
Tell me something XXXXXX. lonsdale199 6
25/09/2011 13:47
Tees Whitewater course looking good Jonny_Rondos_Disco_pants 7
25/09/2011 13:30
ipod nano repairs blindschool 1
25/09/2011 13:19
Blackberry Bold 9700 white screen Metaxa 2
25/09/2011 13:17
What was going on in the back of block 17 yesterday? Jonny_Rondos_Disco_pants 8
25/09/2011 13:13
Black Swan at Helmsley.. Pollster 7
25/09/2011 13:08
17,741 Tuncay_alves_ftw 38
25/09/2011 13:01
Sowerby Bridge Metaxa 1
25/09/2011 12:59
Is H'pool's Pricing Strategy Working fredfish 4
25/09/2011 12:47
avtars golden fry crowborough81 1
25/09/2011 12:34
Draws away and home wins benboro 3
25/09/2011 12:28
Why is it so difficult to buy a ticket? Online X Telephone X joseph99 6
25/09/2011 12:23
Teesside Park Gridlock aa365 22
25/09/2011 12:21
This Lukus Gadge from Coventry. heaton_mersey_boro 6
25/09/2011 12:20
FAO Maxi.............. r00fie 2
25/09/2011 12:14
At least Chopper Chopra didnt score yesterday. r00fie 1
25/09/2011 12:11
I was sat among some clueless idiots today. phil_ostine 19
25/09/2011 12:04
are '3' a good mobile phone company? stevie-g888 18
25/09/2011 12:03
Singing "Going Up" Muttley 6
25/09/2011 12:02
Sign him on - Jimmy Bullard TallyHo 27
25/09/2011 11:59
In the very first season of the Premier League Grrreds 4
25/09/2011 11:56
labour will cap tuition fees! xxlshirts_fit_all 7
25/09/2011 11:11
Amelia from Nunthorpe eases through boot camp! EpiphanyProudfoot 10
25/09/2011 11:05
For Brazil he should play, Danny Collins. hoolio73 4
25/09/2011 10:59
When cheap fireworks go wrong JLinardi 6
25/09/2011 10:56
FAO : The 12/13 Thousand Stay Away Fans.... Benny_Blanco 5
25/09/2011 10:53
Michael Chopra... hewielewie 1
25/09/2011 10:24
Barry robson deserves praise for his effort yesterday. r00fie 2
25/09/2011 10:19
Horse fancy borodavey 7
25/09/2011 10:16
MAXI! r00fie 2
25/09/2011 10:14
heard a whisper bigrichardthe3rd 16
25/09/2011 09:51
Poor Attendance but Decent Point... Lisbonlegend 5
25/09/2011 09:35
boosting attendance dickleflem 11
25/09/2011 09:27
Jonah Lomu rushed to hospital Jonny_Rondos_Disco_pants 4
25/09/2011 09:23
Cheating Harlot ron_manager 7
25/09/2011 09:13
Month Python, league of gentlemen, vic n bob, mighty boosh 1finny 1
25/09/2011 09:09
Anyone got a link to yesterdays goals? LeeMiller 2
25/09/2011 09:09
The negativity astounds me.... Free_Subbuteo_171 20
25/09/2011 09:07
Hoyte and the criticism from the stands Humpty 59
25/09/2011 09:05
12 minutes of Boro highlights on Football League Show moxxey 1
25/09/2011 09:04
If we swopped our home and away records round... BoroPhil 8
25/09/2011 08:52
At Last Someone Speaks Up plazmuh 7
25/09/2011 07:52
Get Ikeme signed on Emmersons_BrazillianDong 22
25/09/2011 06:34
UFC Jon Jones vs. Rampage Jackson orlando2boro 19
25/09/2011 04:26
Flawless Performance from Rhys Williams Humpty 28
25/09/2011 03:53
Boro programmes for sale martinmanor 3
25/09/2011 02:14

ibiza_74 Posted on 25/09/2011 18:05
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chumley-warner does the edl.... borobadge 7
25/09/2011 02:10
gary walsh -my hero 96 - samba gang v skunks..... r00fie 2
25/09/2011 01:05
Why this board is great. McGonagall 28
25/09/2011 01:01
We were schitt today - but we got a point. r00fie 2
25/09/2011 00:49
Paul Wilkinson - Lennie ....Mohan off....times weve had..... r00fie 1
25/09/2011 00:48
Radio 5 debate on the success of the Premiership redwurzel 1
25/09/2011 00:21
WD TV live Angelmatty 8
25/09/2011 00:20
The best black female singer EVER! r00fie 60
25/09/2011 00:00
The Clash. stedontsurf 22
24/09/2011 23:55
For the rest of you 17,000+ who werent there. r00fie 3
24/09/2011 23:50
Log in log out r00fie 1
24/09/2011 23:41
2 more points dropped Tuncay_alves_ftw 17
24/09/2011 23:21
If there was 1 thing about the UK you could change.... Free_Subbuteo_171 11
24/09/2011 23:18
Barca v Athletico centralscrutinizer 4
24/09/2011 22:52
If you had the money, would you pay this for... RandyGrandad 3
24/09/2011 22:39
crouch...a journey man xxlshirts_fit_all 1
24/09/2011 22:35
People moaning because we 'only' drew.... parmoandstella 1
24/09/2011 22:15
I'm more of a boro fan than you. fredfish 8
24/09/2011 22:08
Corners Farouns_Big_Lugs 3
24/09/2011 22:06
This half empty glass The_same_as_before 3
24/09/2011 22:06
Sonko and Bullard Grrreds 22
24/09/2011 21:51
West Ham starting to move through the gears Nuge_MSS 8
24/09/2011 21:44
driving instructors moony 10
24/09/2011 21:37
enjoy 32-marsh-st 1
24/09/2011 21:36
Don't panic! Jonny_Ingbar 7
24/09/2011 21:26
Why, why, why ... Delilah ? NedKat 4
24/09/2011 21:11
Matchday parking dooderooni 12
24/09/2011 21:11
Is this the start of the predicted slump... verton 10
24/09/2011 20:45
a top 6 finish at best peterkay 9
24/09/2011 20:40
Any interesting podcasts you subscribe to? Emmersons_BrazillianDong 1
24/09/2011 20:39
I can't understand AllaboutAlves 2
24/09/2011 20:37
o que está todo mundo até hoje? parmoandstella 4
24/09/2011 20:35
Liverpool Football Club 1finny 32
24/09/2011 20:18
How to get fit Nice_Haas 1
24/09/2011 20:12
Anyone on here also post on FollowFollow.com? miniboro 1
24/09/2011 20:05
TWO GAMES WITHOUT A WIN ron_manager 2
24/09/2011 20:04
those watching todays game in the boozer Royal_Marines_Commando 9
24/09/2011 20:02
Anyone got any tips for lasting longer in bed? Teddy_Duchamp 26
24/09/2011 19:58
Why are the Stoke fans... hewielewie 5
24/09/2011 19:57
The Last truly GREAT british Band? number9 119
24/09/2011 19:48
sick of negative fans, benga69 1
24/09/2011 19:48
best restaurants for steaks holly 4
24/09/2011 19:42
Well that was very disappointing ! Moggas_Mules 5
24/09/2011 19:38
Doyle Keith on the radio birkbeck_dj 12
24/09/2011 19:37
Sat at the match - really looking forward to it Adi_Dem 13
24/09/2011 19:12
Tony Mac and the 3 Centre halfs Farouns_Big_Lugs 2
24/09/2011 19:09
So much for free ESPN this weekend LTS_3 2
24/09/2011 19:07
3 Clean sheets in a row Marvanelli 3
24/09/2011 19:01
Can you go bak 2 using a previous operating system on iPhone Juan_Kerr_Was_Kevo 1
24/09/2011 18:52
Unbeaten in the league Emmersons_BrazillianDong 3
24/09/2011 18:45

ibiza_74 Posted on 25/09/2011 18:08
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[:(!][^][B)][:I][:o)][8D][cr][xx(][V][8][}:)][fb][DFS][:(][:D][:X][LOVE][pa][?][ref][:O][8)][|)][smi][:P][;)][rle]

ItsMe Posted on 25/09/2011 18:24
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Someones got far too much time on their hands [:D]

fredfish Posted on 25/09/2011 18:29
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I feel honoured to be part of what will be the biggest fmttm post ever.

Well done everyone.

ron_manager Posted on 25/09/2011 18:31
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Stinky sausage knobs.

rufus4 Posted on 25/09/2011 20:00
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Do fish get wet in the sea?.

Now that is a pointless question.

[:D]

smogmonster4 Posted on 25/09/2011 20:40
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Nothing in this game for two in a bed.[^]

ItsMe Posted on 25/09/2011 21:10
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Look what ya cudda won![:D]

celestial_teapot Posted on 25/09/2011 21:17
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BEST THREAD EVER!

rufus4 Posted on 25/09/2011 21:18
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Heres Bully's special prize!!!

ItsMe Posted on 25/09/2011 21:25
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Innnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn one!

rufus4 Posted on 25/09/2011 21:27
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Innnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn two!!

Havasack Posted on 25/09/2011 21:36
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BETTER

Havasack Posted on 25/09/2011 21:37
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LATE

Havasack Posted on 25/09/2011 21:37
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THAN

Havasack Posted on 25/09/2011 21:37
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NEVER

rufus4 Posted on 25/09/2011 21:38
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I'll have a P please Bob[8)]

Havasack Posted on 25/09/2011 21:38
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HOOF [^]

ItsMe Posted on 25/09/2011 21:38
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Innnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn three

rufus4 Posted on 25/09/2011 21:41
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Innnnnnnnnnnnnnn four!!![8)]

ItsMe Posted on 25/09/2011 21:51
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Innnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn 5

william_falconer Posted on 25/09/2011 22:01
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maxi

william_falconer Posted on 25/09/2011 22:02
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is

william_falconer Posted on 25/09/2011 22:02
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an

william_falconer Posted on 25/09/2011 22:03
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old

william_falconer Posted on 25/09/2011 22:03
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bedwetting

william_falconer Posted on 25/09/2011 22:04
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Nobhead

ItsMe Posted on 25/09/2011 22:11
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Welcome Willie [:D]

rufus4 Posted on 25/09/2011 22:28
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Innnnnnnnnnnnnn 6!!!!

nickyt5xlmfc Posted on 25/09/2011 22:37
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Laurel was funnier than Hardy (FACT)[:D][ref]

ItsMe Posted on 25/09/2011 22:38
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But who was funnier out of Abbott and Costello[?]

bill_door Posted on 25/09/2011 22:41
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XXXXXX Cock Partridge[^]

plazmuh Posted on 25/09/2011 22:43
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HOOF
Regards
Plazmuh
[:D][:D][^]

ron_manager Posted on 25/09/2011 22:57
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The average persons spend 100 days over the course of a life time reading pointless threads on the internet.

ItsMe Posted on 25/09/2011 22:58
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Going to bed fellow pointless posters, can we make 500 by the morning?

rufus4 Posted on 25/09/2011 23:05
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[8)]We'll keep the home fires burning.

rufus4 Posted on 25/09/2011 23:07
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Is a slug a homeless snail?

rufus4 Posted on 25/09/2011 23:09
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Why does a brown cow give white milk when it only eats green grass?[smi]

ron_manager Posted on 25/09/2011 23:19
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Yaaawwwwwnnnnnnnnn

smogmonster4 Posted on 25/09/2011 23:43
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Are you tired already ron_ manager?

rufus4 Posted on 26/09/2011 02:04
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Work beckons[:(!]

ibiza_74 Posted on 26/09/2011 05:16
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HOOF[:D]

Schoolboyerror Posted on 26/09/2011 05:18
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HOOF

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OPEO Posted on 26/09/2011 05:53
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I can spare a few minutes before work beckons[:D][:D][:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 26/09/2011 07:00
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coup d'état

ibiza_74 Posted on 26/09/2011 07:01
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also known as a coup

ibiza_74 Posted on 26/09/2011 07:01
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is the sudden, extrajudicial deposition of a government

ibiza_74 Posted on 26/09/2011 07:02
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usually by a small group of the existing state establishment

ibiza_74 Posted on 26/09/2011 07:03
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typically the military

ibiza_74 Posted on 26/09/2011 07:04
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A coup d'état succeeds if the usurpers establish their dominance when the incumbent government fails to prevent or successfully resist their consolidation of power.

ibiza_74 Posted on 26/09/2011 07:04
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If the coup neither fully fails nor achieves overall success, the attempted coup d'état is likely to lead to a civil war.


ItsMe Posted on 26/09/2011 08:04
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My alarm clocks 'off' button is far too close to the 'snooze' button, resulting in me sleeping in and being late for work this morning [sad]

raglasher Posted on 26/09/2011 08:36
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And i thought you kept chickens in a coup [sad]

rufus4 Posted on 26/09/2011 09:31
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Thought the co-op was a shop.[smi]

ItsMe Posted on 26/09/2011 10:17
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Rufus was on nights last night and yet he's posting at 9.30 am today. All I can say is he must have got a lot of kip last night [:P]

ItsMe Posted on 26/09/2011 12:18
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Hoooooooooooffffffffffffffffffffff
[:D]

jannizart Posted on 26/09/2011 13:30
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I just chopped a worm in half with my spade [sad]

Schoolboyerror Posted on 26/09/2011 13:38
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Hoof, I love what I started.

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raglasher Posted on 26/09/2011 14:25
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jannizart that is MURDER

ItsMe Posted on 26/09/2011 14:59
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Poor worm [|)]

ItsMe Posted on 26/09/2011 15:21
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Come join us Dibzzz
[:D]

ItsMe Posted on 26/09/2011 16:58
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Hoof for the evening crowd
[:D]

raglasher Posted on 26/09/2011 17:52
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Had my tea [^]

jannizart Posted on 26/09/2011 18:00
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The worm survived - it split into two pieces and wriggled off in opposite directions.[smi]

raglasher Posted on 26/09/2011 18:07
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Jan they wriggled off to die

rufus4 Posted on 26/09/2011 18:45
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Whats it all about Alfie!![smi][smi]
By the way ItsMe I was up because I was at the hospital at 10 am.[cr][cr]

ItsMe Posted on 26/09/2011 19:27
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They saved your life Rufus but could do bugger all for for your mush [:D]

Jan, you created life!! You creationist [:O]

rufus4 Posted on 26/09/2011 20:09
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True ItsMe intensive care is a surreal experience.Thats why daft posts like this entertain me.After surviving 2 heart attacks
you realise life is to be savoured and daft things like this are to be enjoyed.

So lets build thid post up!!![:D][:D]

raglasher Posted on 26/09/2011 21:24
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Rufus i agree with you [^]

rufus4 Posted on 26/09/2011 22:27
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Come on lads and lasses.

Huge Hoof!!!

[:D][:D]

GroggySlaggySmoggy Posted on 26/09/2011 22:29
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Word for the day............Flipchart

rufus4 Posted on 26/09/2011 22:34
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See thats the sort of nonsense we need..[^][^][^]

ItsMe Posted on 26/09/2011 22:45
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We're playing FMTTM keepie uppies [:D]

smogmonster4 Posted on 27/09/2011 02:05
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As far as threads go this is a top notch nonsense thread.[:o)]

jannizart Posted on 27/09/2011 07:04
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Stockton won a gold award in the Britain in Bloom competition. [^]

ItsMe Posted on 27/09/2011 07:44
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Morning hoof
[:D]

jannizart Posted on 27/09/2011 08:24
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I beat you up this morning ItsMe [:P]
Morning !!

ItsMe Posted on 27/09/2011 08:33
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Beaten up by an artist [:O]
[B)][B)][B)]

[:D]

jannizart Posted on 27/09/2011 08:47
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[:D][:D][:D][:D]

Schoolboyerror Posted on 27/09/2011 08:48
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Hoof

I`ll have to join in I started it.

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ItsMe Posted on 27/09/2011 08:50
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It's going to hit 500 by the end of the day [^]

raglasher Posted on 27/09/2011 08:52
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87 days till Christmas [?]

ItsMe Posted on 27/09/2011 08:54
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Better go turkey hunting [:O]

jannizart Posted on 27/09/2011 08:54
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You certainly did.

Today I am holding a ladder for the man next door to put a connecting piece into my guttering - what an exciting life I lead.

Anyone want to buy a painting so I can get back to my proper job? All reasonable offers considered. - a pointless post [:D]
We may as well have one link on a pointless thread which nobody should look at [;)]


Link: pointless link

Schoolboyerror Posted on 27/09/2011 09:15
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what a pointless link, who would display work on that site?

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Schoolboyerror Posted on 27/09/2011 09:19
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Just kidding, keep up the good work.

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ItsMe Posted on 27/09/2011 10:11
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14 hoofs to go [^]

Schoolboyerror Posted on 27/09/2011 11:14
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Hoof

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raglasher Posted on 27/09/2011 11:15
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What can i have for xmas dinner being a vegie [sad]

ItsMe Posted on 27/09/2011 11:17
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Vegetables?

SNOWBANDIT Posted on 27/09/2011 12:26
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my foots freezing [|)]

ItsMe Posted on 27/09/2011 12:28
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Menu at work promised rhubarb crumble but when i got there it was rice pudding [:(]

rufus4 Posted on 27/09/2011 12:29
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What's the point of being pointless?
[:D][:D]

rufus4 Posted on 27/09/2011 12:30
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They both begin with R,ItsMe.

Razmond_HWDR Posted on 27/09/2011 12:32
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do you have to cook fish fingers on both sides i.e. remember to turn them over half way through cooking, or does a single cook through work just as well?

ItsMe Posted on 27/09/2011 12:35
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And the rice was overcooked to the point of being crumbly

rufus4 Posted on 27/09/2011 12:36
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Sure it wasn't rice crumble?

Razmond_HWDR Posted on 27/09/2011 12:36
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i bought some quick sand the other day, it took me ages to carry it home

rufus4 Posted on 27/09/2011 12:37
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It don't amount to a hill of beans!!!

ItsMe Posted on 27/09/2011 12:38
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Who wants the 500 mark?

Razmond_HWDR Posted on 27/09/2011 12:38
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me

rufus4 Posted on 27/09/2011 12:39
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Me or not![:D][:D]

ItsMe Posted on 27/09/2011 12:40
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Well done Raz [^]

Rufus, I can guess what your edit was [:D]

rufus4 Posted on 27/09/2011 12:43
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Once again ItsMe.You are right you know me too well.[cr][cr]

Razmond_HWDR Posted on 27/09/2011 12:44
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clearly i am too clever to be amongst you lot, but i put up with you for the good will of man.

rufus4 Posted on 27/09/2011 12:46
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I'll always bow down to superior idiocy!!
Or those with a faster computer because mine is steam powered.[:D]

jannizart Posted on 27/09/2011 12:53
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We had some pointless photography on the site but the photographer could only take the pics upside down so we had to take them off as people were getting neck strain from looking at them [;)]

Welcome Raz - might have known you would get here in the end.


Razmond_HWDR Posted on 27/09/2011 12:55
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hi jan i was just biding with ones time.

how are you on this fine day?

it is ridiculous to think it could snow in october ... but it will

jannizart Posted on 27/09/2011 13:01
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I am fine thanks Raz - getting ready for a friend's wedding on the 9th October so please tell me that day will be fine.
No painting at the moment - no room for any more pieces.
Have been to the local nursing home this morning to give them some apples from my garden.

Razmond_HWDR Posted on 27/09/2011 13:13
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glad to hear you are well. Its just a rumour i have heard about the snow, but i think if it'll happen it'll be much later in the month.

aye we currently have plenty of apples, conkers and potatoes, its a strange mix i admit.

jannizart Posted on 27/09/2011 13:18
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You could make a apple and mash pie and fight over who is going to eat it by having a conker fight. [^]


Razmond_HWDR Posted on 27/09/2011 13:20
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thats a superb idea Jan, thanks a lot.

jannizart Posted on 27/09/2011 13:23
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off to potter in the garden - wish the back garden was at the front. It is warmer at the front.
Enjoy your afternoon Raz et al [:D]

Razmond_HWDR Posted on 27/09/2011 13:25
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you always leave me this way [cr] i had just finished my egg bap aswell.

enjoy your pottering and stick a jumper on i'm sure you'll be fine

ItsMe Posted on 27/09/2011 14:06
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Just fixed a hat stand [^]

Razmond_HWDR Posted on 27/09/2011 14:12
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i once broke a shower rail by brushing my teeth.

one is sometimes unawares of ones inner power.

ItsMe Posted on 27/09/2011 14:13
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Jesus!! How big are your teeth[:O]

Razmond_HWDR Posted on 27/09/2011 14:15
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no what happened right was that i was brushing my teeth at the sink and i happened to glance at the shower rail via the mirror and then it just fell down.

twas ones inner power which dunnit

ItsMe Posted on 27/09/2011 14:20
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Once pulled a neck muscle brushing my teeth, hurt like a bastad [B)]

Razmond_HWDR Posted on 27/09/2011 14:21
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i once looked at a goat and made it fall over.

ItsMe Posted on 27/09/2011 14:24
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I once brought a fat lass a drink and made her knickers fall off [xx(]

Razmond_HWDR Posted on 27/09/2011 14:28
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expensive trick [V]

ItsMe Posted on 27/09/2011 14:30
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You're not kidding, took me weeks to get rid of the crabs [:P]

SNOWBANDIT Posted on 27/09/2011 14:32
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I am strangely attracted to SJ Parker [sad]

Razmond_HWDR Posted on 27/09/2011 14:33
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well he has midfield qualities i'll give him that.


SNOWBANDIT Posted on 27/09/2011 14:33
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to get rid of crabs, rub whisky and sand in ye pubes- the crabs get pished and throw rocks at each other - 100% nailed on fact

Razmond_HWDR Posted on 27/09/2011 14:35
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i thought all you had to do was just show them the sea, at least thats what i told the officer when accused of flashing ffs

ItsMe Posted on 27/09/2011 14:39
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I tried Raz, people thought the donkey rides had started again [8D]

Razmond_HWDR Posted on 27/09/2011 14:44
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aye i heard they had to close saltburn beach recently due to a disturbance.

GroggySlaggySmoggy Posted on 27/09/2011 14:58
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Word for the day.......Globule

Razmond_HWDR Posted on 27/09/2011 15:00
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word for anothyer bay - flibbertigibbet

SNOWBANDIT Posted on 27/09/2011 15:04
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people are just posting random XXXXXXe now

ItsMe Posted on 27/09/2011 15:11
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Yeah, but it's pointless random XXXXXXe [:D]

Razmond_HWDR Posted on 27/09/2011 15:13
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its all a load of cock XXXXXXing XXXXXX but at least its our cock XXXXXXing XXXXXX

rufus4 Posted on 27/09/2011 16:23
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Is this a threadbare thread?[:D]

raglasher Posted on 27/09/2011 17:05
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Who has been riding a donkey?

ItsMe Posted on 27/09/2011 17:07
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Starting to slip down so a big hoof up
[:D]

SNOWBANDIT Posted on 27/09/2011 18:16
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"Yeah, but it's pointless random XXXXXXe [:D]"

there is that - my bad [|)]

ron_manager Posted on 27/09/2011 18:17
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[:P]

jannizart Posted on 27/09/2011 18:22
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Did you know that no word in the english language ryhmes with purple, silver, month, or orange?
and that
Its impossible to lick your elbow?

ItsMe Posted on 27/09/2011 19:06
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Cheers Jan, I've just pulled another muscle in my neck trying to dis-prove that [sad]

raglasher Posted on 27/09/2011 20:25
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We need to go for 1,000

ItsMe Posted on 27/09/2011 20:32
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It almost slipped off the front page there [:O]
Come on fellow pointless posters, don't let that happen [sad]

Razmond_HWDR Posted on 27/09/2011 20:38
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the classic word HIRPLE rhymes with PURPLE

i is the cleverest

rufus4 Posted on 27/09/2011 20:51
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And the other classic word NURPLE rhymes with Purple.
[:D]

raglasher Posted on 27/09/2011 21:07
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Pointless this

jannizart Posted on 27/09/2011 21:42
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When you sneeze, all your body functions stop, even your heart

Better not test this one ItsMe or or it will be the end of the thread [:O]

Razmond_HWDR Posted on 27/09/2011 22:08
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aye i was also told that at college, that when you sneeze you die - fact

rufus4 Posted on 27/09/2011 22:22
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Tip to all fellow Fmttm'rs Don't eat the yellow snow!!

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smogmonster4 Posted on 27/09/2011 23:10
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ibiza_74 I like your style.

That's pure pointless go to the top of the class.[:D][:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 27/09/2011 23:12
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HOOF[:D]


Link: join in [^]

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Completely Pointless


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Pointless


Link: Press me

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ItsMe Posted on 27/09/2011 23:59
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Jan, your warning came after your fact. I actually died for 6.32 hours [:(]

I'm posting this from beyond the grave [|)]

Tuncay_alves_ftw Posted on 28/09/2011 00:00
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[:O] I'm not reading all that!! [:P]

ItsMe Posted on 28/09/2011 00:08
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That's the beauty of it Tunc's, no need to read just post any old crap!!

Wibble [^]

ibiza_74 Posted on 28/09/2011 00:32
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ibiza_74 Posted on 28/09/2011 01:16
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Is there any way I can watch the Boro Ipswich match vis my PC or I phone from germany?

ibiza_74 Posted on 28/09/2011 01:18
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Depends how it is being Broadcast, If sky then yes easy use the instructions in the free sky sports post. Or ask again if you didn't understand anything.

If other channel then not sure as I don't tend to do live stuff due to the eight hour time difference.

Let me look into your options and I will post again.


ibiza_74 Posted on 28/09/2011 01:18
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I may be wrong, but I don't think it is being broadcast live, so only way would be if you found a stream of it.

Other route as I believe it is the featured match on the championship programme is to follow previous advice then watch the 15 or 20 minutes they give us on the show.

In November we are live against Watford on Sky, so can be watched as I have mentioned.

I will keep looking but so far think that is the best advice I have. If you know of it being broadcast live let me know and I will look into how to get it.

ibiza_74 Posted on 28/09/2011 01:19
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Now for some really boring stuff, I post on here a bit, generally offering advice on gaining employment, mostly offshore.

I have only once created a post and it hit 97.

This is my first ever F.A.O so I plan on making it a ton.

Granted over 90% of the posts will be by me.

Granted over 78% of the posts will say "HOOF"

But I work abroad, and get very lonely, to the point where the smallest things amuse me.

Join in if you like.


ibiza_74 Posted on 28/09/2011 01:20
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Pointless as it wasn't started by you so won't be classed as yours.

Hoof anyway[:D]


ibiza_74 Posted on 28/09/2011 01:21
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Not pointless, even better as it is abouut me, by someone else.

The genius is in the detail.

I thank you for your participation.

ibiza_74 Posted on 28/09/2011 01:22
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Your welcome.

Hoof [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 28/09/2011 01:22
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I am starting to really like you and your smiley faces.

ibiza_74 Posted on 28/09/2011 01:23
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You're not the only one bored at work mate.

Hoof[:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 28/09/2011 01:32
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If you ordered that Santiago wasn't
to be touched, -

- and your orders
are always followed, -

- then why was Santiago in danger?

Why would it be necessary
to transfer him off the base?

He was a substandard Marine.
He was being transferred...

You said he was transferred
because he was in danger.

I said, "grave danger?" and you
said... we can read it...

- I know what I said!
- Then why the two orders?

- Men can do things on their own.
- But your men never did.

Your men obey orders.
So Santiago wasn't in danger, right?

You snotty little b%*t$£d.

- I request a recess.
- We'll wait for an answer.

The court will wait for an answer.

If Lt. Kendrick gave an order that
Santiago wasn't to be touched, -

- why did he have to be transferred?

Kendrick ordered a Code Red,
because you told him to!

And when it went bad, you signed a
phoney transfer and fixed the logs!

You coerced the doctor! Colonel
Jessep, did you order the Code Red?

- You don't have to answer that.
- You want answers?

I want the truth!

You can't handle the truth!

Son, we live in a world with
walls that must be guarded.

Who's gonna do it? You?
You, Lt. Weinberg?

I have more responsibility
than you can fathom.

You weep for Santiago
and curse the Marines.

You don't know what I know.
Santiago's tragic death saved lives.

And my existence,
while grotesque to you, saves lives!

But deep down, in places
you don't talk about at parties, -

- you need me on that wall.

We use words like
honour, code, loyalty.

They're the backbone of our lives.
You use them as a punchline!

I haven't the time or inclination
to explain myself -

- to a man who needs my protection -

- but questions the way I do it.
Better just to thank me.

Or pick up a gun and stand a post.

But I don't give a damn
what you think you are entitled to!

- Did you order the Code Red?
- You're goddamn right I did!


ibiza_74 Posted on 28/09/2011 01:36
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it's better to have a gun and not need it, than need a gun and not have it.

ibiza_74 Posted on 28/09/2011 01:39
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O Captain, my Captain. Who knows where that comes from? Anybody? Not a clue? It's from a poem by Walt Whitman about Mr. Abraham Lincoln. Now in this class you can either call me Mr. Keating, or if you're slightly more daring, O Captain my Captain.

ibiza_74 Posted on 28/09/2011 01:45
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We don't read and write poetry because it's cute. We read and write poetry because we are members of the human race. And the human race is filled with passion. And medicine, law, business, engineering, these are noble pursuits and necessary to sustain life. But poetry, beauty, romance, love, these are what we stay alive for. To quote from Whitman, "O me! O life!... of the questions of these recurring; of the endless trains of the faithless... of cities filled with the foolish; what good amid these, O me, O life?" Answer. That you are here - that life exists, and identity; that the powerful play goes on and you may contribute a verse. That the powerful play *goes on* and you may contribute a verse. What will your verse be?

ibiza_74 Posted on 28/09/2011 01:46
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Sucking the marrow out of life doesn't mean choking on the bone.

ibiza_74 Posted on 28/09/2011 01:49
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"Treason doth never prosper," wrote an English poet, "What's the reason? For if it prosper, none dare call it treason."

ibiza_74 Posted on 28/09/2011 01:51
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Oh man, why don't you f78k1n' stop it? S*&t, this is too f78k1n' big for you, you know that? Who did the president, who killed Kennedy, flock man! It's a mystery! It's a mystery wrapped in a riddle inside an enigma! The f78k1n' shooters don't even know! Don't you get it?

ibiza_74 Posted on 28/09/2011 02:57
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"To sin by silence when we should protest makes cowards of men."

ibiza_74 Posted on 28/09/2011 03:10
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"A patriot must always be ready to defend his country against its government."


ibiza_74 Posted on 28/09/2011 04:09
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Hi Clare, good article but I would advise you add the following to the first bullet: Be very careful when cutting the outer insulation - you do not want to cut in to the brown, green/yellow or blue insulation at the same time. If this happens you need to cut the wire back and start again, any damage to the inner insulation could be dangerous. Sorry to be picky butin today's litigeous society you can't be too careful. All the best, Dave.

ibiza_74 Posted on 28/09/2011 04:11
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Step 1:
Double check you've applied the handbrake. If you have a manually geared car put it into gear, if you have an automatic put it into "Park".


Step 2:
Turn off your engine and put your hazard warning lights on. If you have one, put down a warning triangle down about 30 meters away. Opening your bonnet can also help indicate to other drivers that you are making repairs on the vehicle.



Step 3:
Check that your spare tyre is suitably inflated, and make sure you have your wheel jack and wheel brace, the tool you'll need for getting the wheel off (pictured), – all should usually be in the boot.



Step 4:
On the diagonally opposite wheel to the flat one, place a wheel chock (available from all car part stores) or a brick/large stone either behind or in front of the wheel to prevent the car from rolling down hill. If you are in doubt about which direction has the more incline, put chocks on either side of the wheel. Do this even if you are sure you're on a level surface.


Step 5:
If you have one, remove the hubcap or plastic cover concealing the wheelnuts. (You may need to use your wheel brace or a large screwdriver to prize this off.)


Step 6:
With the car still on the ground, use the wheel brace to loosen the nut holding the wheel in place by turning it in an anti-clockwise direction, for half a turn.

This can be the worst bit, as the nuts can be extremely tight. You will probably need to use all your body weight to loosen them – but BE CAREFUL OF YOUR BACK! Bending your knees and pulling is better for your back, and you may need to extend the arm of your wheel brace by attaching an extra tube to it for added leverage. If you still do not have the strength, place your foot on the left handle of the wheel brace (without any extensions on it) and use your body weight to drop the handle to the floor carefully while supporting yourself using the roof of your car.


Step 7:
Continue to loosen all the nuts by half a turn – first loosen one then loosen the one opposite, working across the tyre until all the nuts are loosened slightly.


Step 8:
Check your owners' manual for the correct place to put the jack nearest to the wheel you are changing. Only use the recommended place – anywhere else can be dangerous and cause collapse.

Start to jack up the car, as soon as there is enough room, but before the wheel is off the ground, place the spare tyre under the body of the car to add extra support just in case the jack slips.

Continue to jack the car up a bit higher than is necessary to remove the flat wheel as you will need enough room to fit the fully inflated spare.


Step 9:
Finish removing all the nuts and place them somewhere safe. The wheel with the flat tyre should be hanging from the threaded studs now.


Step 10:
Remove the flat wheel from its threaded studs and put it in the place of the spare under the body of the car.


Step 11:
Lift the spare onto the wheel studs. (To check you're fitting it the right way round, check that the air valve is facing out.)


Step 12:
Replace the nuts, tightening them in the same pattern as you loosened them.


Step 13:
Remove the old tyre from under the body of the car, and slowly lower the jack and remove it.


Step 14:
Tighten the nuts again – as much as you can (standing on the arm of the wheel brace might again be helpful – but this time in a clockwise direction)


Step 15:
Replace the hubcap or wheel cover.

ibiza_74 Posted on 28/09/2011 04:14
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◦1
Hold one end of the lace in each hand and make an "X" out of the shoelaces by crossing the right lace behind the left lace. Hold both shoelaces in your left hand where the laces cross.

◦2
Use your right hand to draw the left lace over and behind the right lace, pulling it through the center of the "X" to make a knot that lies flat against the shoe.

◦3
Create a large loop close to the shoe with each end of the lace and hold the bottom of each loop next to the shoe between your thumbs and index fingers. There should be no space between your loops and the shoe.

◦4
Make an "X" out of the loops by crossing the right loop behind the left and then transferring both shoelaces to your left hand, just as in Step 1.

◦5
Draw the left loop over and behind the right loop with your right hand, pulling it through the center of the "X" to make a bow that lies flat against the shoe. Your shoelaces are now tied firmly.


ibiza_74 Posted on 28/09/2011 05:39
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So unimpressed, but so in awe
Such a saint, but such a whore
So self-aware, so full of sh[^]t
So indecisive, so adamant
I'm contemplating, thinkin' about thinkin'
It's overrated, just get another drink and
Watch me come undone

ibiza_74 Posted on 28/09/2011 05:41
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I would like to leave this city
This old town don't smell too pretty and
I can feel the warning signs running around my mind
And when I leave this island I'll book myself into a soul asylum
And I can feel the warning signs running around my mind


ibiza_74 Posted on 28/09/2011 05:42
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Lay, lady, lay, lay across my big brass bed
Lay, lady, lay, lay across my big brass bed
Whatever colors you have in your mind
I'll show them to you and you'll see them shine.

ibiza_74 Posted on 28/09/2011 05:44
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She came from Greece she had a thirst for knowledge,
she studied sculpture at Saint Martin's College,
that's where I,
caught her eye.
She told me that her Dad was loaded,
I said "In that case I'll have a rum and coca-cola."
She said "Fine."

ibiza_74 Posted on 28/09/2011 05:46
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Don’t reach out for me with an apology
I’ll never suffer your desire
Don’t reach out for me with an apology
But I’ll share it


ibiza_74 Posted on 28/09/2011 05:51
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I walked along the avenue
I never thought I'd meet a girl like you
Meet a girl like you


ibiza_74 Posted on 28/09/2011 05:56
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SUDDENLY YOU'RE SEEING ME, JUST THE WAY I AM!
SUDDENLY YOU'RE HEARING ME,
SO I'M TALKING JUST FAST AS I CAN, TO YOU!
SUDDENLY, EVERY PART OF ME,
NEEDS TO KNOW EVERY PART OF YOU!


Schoolboyerror Posted on 28/09/2011 06:17
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This is the first time anyone has done an F.A.O for me, wonder what happens next time?

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ItsMe Posted on 28/09/2011 08:00
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A hungover hoof [B)]

Razmond_HWDR Posted on 28/09/2011 08:03
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morning *ahhhchewbags* its going to be *knockjockeys* a fine day today *buggerplants*

raglasher Posted on 28/09/2011 08:54
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Beatifulday here in Torquay

Razmond_HWDR Posted on 28/09/2011 08:55
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good for *flutternapkins* you

jannizart Posted on 28/09/2011 09:24
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Next time we will ignore it schoolboy as it's too easy to get hooked on you [:P]
Time for art class - I will get them to paint something pointless for you.
I did one last night but I am still watching the paint dry.
Back later xx

ItsMe Posted on 28/09/2011 09:48
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Well that hangover didn't last long [ref]

Bit of graft in the sunshine and i feel as right as rain [ref]

ItsMe Posted on 28/09/2011 11:05
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We'll never hit 1000 if we keep letting it slip [:P]

rufus4 Posted on 28/09/2011 11:06
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Morning ItsMe are you sure it is graft you are doing?

Me I am taking a break from cutting the Rufus lawns.

How pointless is that,because I am actually enjoying it.
[:D]

rufus4 Posted on 28/09/2011 11:08
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Don't worry ItsMe there is a lot of pointless people out there.

[:D]

ItsMe Posted on 28/09/2011 11:09
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Well when you've finished yours could you nip over to my house and mow mine for me?
Being on days, I get no chance of doing them and they're beginning to resemble a widerness [sad]

Boro_in_Sleaford Posted on 28/09/2011 11:27
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I am happy to contribute, my day is going so slow and this put a smile on my face.

I also have the hangover from hell......which doesn't help.

plazmuh Posted on 28/09/2011 12:27
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Hoof
Regards
Plazmuh
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Schoolboyerror Posted on 28/09/2011 12:36
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Today I celebrate my Birthday, so a Birthday Hoof from me.

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ibiza_74 Posted on 28/09/2011 13:23
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Gazette....late final.....Gazette

Razmond_HWDR Posted on 28/09/2011 13:24
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... best movie line ever.... 'or death by monkies!'

jannizart Posted on 28/09/2011 13:25
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Happy Birthday Schoolboy, hope you have a good one [pa]

Lovely day here - might have to just sit in the garden and do nothing.

Hoop hoop

ItsMe Posted on 28/09/2011 14:15
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Afternoon hoof [:D]

ItsMe Posted on 28/09/2011 14:26
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Welcome Boro_in_Sleaford [^]

SNOWBANDIT Posted on 28/09/2011 14:28
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Lovely weather down here [^]

Just fed the Goldfish in the pond.

raglasher Posted on 28/09/2011 14:32
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Fish&chips for tea

Schoolboyerror Posted on 28/09/2011 14:35
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Happy Birthday in Korean is


생일축하합니다 (saengil chukha hamnida)


Mr Kim told me.

Boro_in_Sleaford Posted on 28/09/2011 14:40
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Thanks It's Me [^]

Would anyone be interested in coming to my office and doing all my work for me?

smogmonster4 Posted on 28/09/2011 16:42
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As my Russian friends say
Я желаю тебе крепкого здоровья!
Я желаю тебе долгих и счастливых лет жизни!
И самое главное, Я желаю тебе счастья - безмерного счастья! каждый день!
Which means
I wish you a long and successful life.
I wish you excellent health.
Most importantly, I wish you happiness - without measure - every day!. Happy Birthday SBE

ibiza_74 Posted on 28/09/2011 16:48
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Today I do not celebrate my Birthday, so a non Birthday Hoof from me.

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GroggySlaggySmoggy Posted on 28/09/2011 17:01
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Word for the day......Simpkins....with emphasis on the P

raglasher Posted on 28/09/2011 17:26
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Funny old thing its not my birthday either

ItsMe Posted on 28/09/2011 17:54
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Nor mine

rufus4 Posted on 28/09/2011 18:02
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Its not mine either [|)][|)]

jannizart Posted on 28/09/2011 18:13
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It is mine.............. in January [rle]

Going to be a cold night I do believe. I painted this very late last night when it was dark. Is it too dark?


Link: painted at night

jannizart Posted on 28/09/2011 18:40
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the subtitles on Look North are sooooo funny [:D]

raglasher Posted on 28/09/2011 19:29
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Its not tomorrow either[?]

ibiza_74 Posted on 28/09/2011 20:06
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Word for the day Yesterday......Yesterday....with emphasis on the y

ibiza_74 Posted on 28/09/2011 21:21
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Middlesbrough
13 Ikeme
02 Hoyte
03 Bennett
04 Bates yellow card14 Williams
29 McMahon
10 Bailey
17 Robson
38 Haroun yellow card07 McDonald (Nimely 61)
09 Emnes
Substitutes
06 McManus, 05 Zemmama, 08 Thomson, 18 Arca, 26 NimelyLeicester
01 Schmeichel
02 Peltier
03 Konchesky
05 Mills yellow card06 Bamba
10 King
17 Johnson (Fernandes 61)
19 Wellens
22 Abe
13 Vassell
20 Beckford (Schlupp 48)
Substitutes
21 Weale, 04 Pantsil, 23 Danns, 26 Fernandes, 27 Schlupp

ibiza_74 Posted on 28/09/2011 22:31
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How did the Boro get on[^]

ibiza_74 Posted on 28/09/2011 22:35
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How did the Boro get on[V]

ibiza_74 Posted on 28/09/2011 22:36
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How did the Boro get on[?]

ibiza_74 Posted on 28/09/2011 22:37
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How did the Boro get on[ref]

ibiza_74 Posted on 28/09/2011 22:37
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How did the Boro get on[fb]

ibiza_74 Posted on 28/09/2011 22:38
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How did the Boro get on[DFS]

ItsMe Posted on 28/09/2011 23:42
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To be fair Rufus you've already had 73 of the buggers [}:)]

ibiza_74 Posted on 28/09/2011 23:47
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Boro Views: Can We Hunt Down the Foxes?[:I]
Match Reviews: Boro Tied Down By Ipswich[rle]
Boro News: IKEME LOAN EXTENDED TO THIRD MONTH[:(]










ibiza_74 Posted on 29/09/2011 01:13
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I'm going out on a limb here, because I think I'm pretty much the only one in the office who doesn't like Audi's new LED daytime running lights, as found on the R8, A5 and posher versions of the new A4.


I'm all for the notion of having some lights on during daylight hours (especially given the increasing number of people who seem to forget to put lights on even at night), but these things are vulgar, plain and simple.


They are the expensive equivalent of the inappropriately-used foglights beloved of Saxo VTS drivers in baseball caps.

And yes, I know that makes me sound snobbish, but seriously, what is the point of these lights? If there were also rear daytime lights then it would make a lot more sense, but there aren't.

Of course, there is a solution - deep within Audi's rather effective MMI system, there's an option to switch the lights off.


ibiza_74 Posted on 29/09/2011 05:19
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Early morning HOOF[:O]

Schoolboyerror Posted on 29/09/2011 05:22
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Mid afternoon Hoof from me.

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jannizart Posted on 29/09/2011 06:45
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Morning.
Lovely day ahead according to Carol [^]


Schoolboyerror Posted on 29/09/2011 06:47
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Install inhibit fault sequence B from Fire Water logic.

Pointless on here.

But if I don`t put this in my procedure then Fire water pump D will never run, so not be tested.

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Schoolboyerror Posted on 29/09/2011 06:48
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I have to do the same for sequence A too, or same result.

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Schoolboyerror Posted on 29/09/2011 06:48
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And you may as well not bother doing the last two, unless you do it for Fault sequence C too.

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jannizart Posted on 29/09/2011 07:03
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You have to do it then or it will be all your fault when things go wrong


Razmond_HWDR Posted on 29/09/2011 07:06
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morning, i'm not one for complaining but this weather is unnatural

jannizart Posted on 29/09/2011 07:10
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Morning Raz, we have flowers on plants that flowered in the Spring. Quite nice to see them again.
I see there are gales forecast for next week

Razmond_HWDR Posted on 29/09/2011 07:13
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theres another fence panel down. look i dont want the warmth nor do i want the windy wind, what we need right now is the snow.

i want that after the weekend to be fair, as i'm hedge cutting sat and sunday am using my radio times national trust pass... such a geek!

jannizart Posted on 29/09/2011 07:24
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No snow until after the wedding next weekend. Don't want it hot or windy either. Just no weather would be nice.

Razmond_HWDR Posted on 29/09/2011 07:26
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ok sorry forgot about that, no snow until after then then.

actually no snow until november as i have ordered a cherry picker to chop down a big hedge for the last weekend in october.

just less wind and less warmth (as its making me unsure what to wear, do i wear my big jacket or not.... ahhh decisions!)

ItsMe Posted on 29/09/2011 07:38
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Nah, warm and sunny all year round please [^]

ItsMe Posted on 29/09/2011 07:38
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Target for today has to be 750 [?]

raglasher Posted on 29/09/2011 08:46
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Toast for brekie today, pointless

jannizart Posted on 29/09/2011 09:15
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I burnt my toast this morning so had to do some more [sad]

ItsMe Posted on 29/09/2011 09:20
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I had no breakfast. Woke up with a slight hangover and hit the snooze button a couple of times instead [cr]

smogmonster4 Posted on 29/09/2011 09:49
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I am doing Black start testing today.
You lucky so and sos who have hangovers.Too busy up here to have a drink.

Will not be near a computer now for at least 11 hours. S HOOOOOOOOF! from the Smogmonster.

Schoolboyerror Posted on 29/09/2011 09:51
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Hope you have all your inhibits in place or the lights might not come back on!
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ItsMe Posted on 29/09/2011 09:56
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What's black start testing[?]

smogmonster4 Posted on 29/09/2011 09:56
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I am hoping so or I could be posting an Fao for a new job.
Well thats it my transport is here.


Razmond_HWDR Posted on 29/09/2011 09:57
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i also had no breakfast, but i had cheerios whilst watching fresh meat last night [^]

ItsMe Posted on 29/09/2011 09:58
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My head's clear now and I'm bloody starving [sad]

rufus4 Posted on 29/09/2011 09:59
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ItsMe ask your Uncle Rufus when you see me next at work and I'll bore you to death with it.
Don't forget not only did I swim in the North Sea but I actually did a bit of work on some platforms out there.[:D]

Razmond_HWDR Posted on 29/09/2011 10:00
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i woke up this morning with an erection, the shower helped, and to be fair like that its easier to clean.

ItsMe Posted on 29/09/2011 10:04
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[:O]

ItsMe Posted on 29/09/2011 10:35
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Little hoof

Razmond_HWDR Posted on 29/09/2011 10:59
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hiya, i have a tuft of hair just above my a*se crack.

jannizart Posted on 29/09/2011 11:24
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Technical estimators job in Aberdeen - contact WMS if interested
We are currently looking for a Technical Estimator based in Aberdeen Start - asap Staff Preferred but would consider contractor The technical estimator will be providing estimations for major offshore brown field modifications involving engineering, procurement, construction; Required Experience in construction and materials estimating from outline documents.
Excellent knowledge of offshore engineering design and construction practice.
Main duties will be as follows:
Understand the corporate and
contract specific estimating procedures and carry out all work in accordance with these.
Proficient in the use of the excel work sheets as estimating tools.
Ability to compile detailed estimates using corporate norms.
Deliver estimates in a timely manner from engineering documents (drawings specifications etc) Apply industry norms to everyday work.
If you are interested get back with your latest cv , notice period and Salary or hourly rate

Razmond_HWDR Posted on 29/09/2011 11:27
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i dont wear a wig [^]

jannizart Posted on 29/09/2011 13:12
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I was born with an extra finger [^]

Razmond_HWDR Posted on 29/09/2011 13:14
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I was born yellow [^]

ItsMe Posted on 29/09/2011 13:17
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Jan, do you specialise in finger painting then [?]

ItsMe Posted on 29/09/2011 13:32
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Is Poncey trying to get more posts on his "section 27" thread? It would explain why he keeps dragging it back to the front page on a regular basis [?]

SNOWBANDIT Posted on 29/09/2011 13:41
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[^]

ItsMe Posted on 29/09/2011 14:06
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698

ItsMe Posted on 29/09/2011 14:06
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699

ItsMe Posted on 29/09/2011 14:06
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700

Razmond_HWDR Posted on 29/09/2011 14:11
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i'm batman!

ItsMe Posted on 29/09/2011 14:14
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No you're not!! I'm Batman [ref]

ItsMe Posted on 29/09/2011 14:14
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Nope, sorry. I'm Brian [ref]

Razmond_HWDR Posted on 29/09/2011 14:15
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robin then?

ItsMe Posted on 29/09/2011 14:16
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Robin who? Bastads?

Razmond_HWDR Posted on 29/09/2011 14:19
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cook

ItsMe Posted on 29/09/2011 14:30
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Captain?

Razmond_HWDR Posted on 29/09/2011 14:49
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birdseye?

ItsMe Posted on 29/09/2011 14:52
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Fishfingers?

Schoolboyerror Posted on 29/09/2011 15:06
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I got most of my qualifications at Llanbobl school of dance, the rest I just made up.

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ItsMe Posted on 29/09/2011 15:19
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A finishing work hoof [^]

SNOWBANDIT Posted on 29/09/2011 15:57
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I once wore kinky boots and stockings [|)]

raglasher Posted on 29/09/2011 16:19
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Cross dresser [:P]

rufus4 Posted on 29/09/2011 16:29
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Afternoon Hoof from the Rufus Mansion.

jannizart Posted on 29/09/2011 16:31
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Strange you should ask that ItsMe - all of my new stuff has been painted by fingers. Go have a look at them and see what you think.

raglasher Posted on 29/09/2011 17:31
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I hqave just had a crap tea [sad]

ItsMe Posted on 29/09/2011 17:38
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Are they on-line Jan?

ItsMe Posted on 29/09/2011 17:39
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Rufus's mansion is actually a bedsit on Borough Road [;)]

jannizart Posted on 29/09/2011 18:04
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This is some of them ItsMe - nobody else look or this may stop being pointless


Link: finger painting

ItsMe Posted on 29/09/2011 18:10
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I'll have to have a look when I get home Jan. On my iPhone at the moment

rufus4 Posted on 29/09/2011 18:35
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Wrong ItsMe ,it is a shared bedsit in Southfield Road.

It must belong to the Coastguard because women come out their rooms in various states of undress and say to men come in the coast is clear.
[:D][:D]

SNOWBANDIT Posted on 29/09/2011 19:00
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Jannizart






Link: look wot I painted

rufus4 Posted on 29/09/2011 19:04
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It's good but not a patch on these.


Link: Paintings?

SNOWBANDIT Posted on 29/09/2011 19:07
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you got me there [|)]

ibiza_74 Posted on 29/09/2011 20:27
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Safety of welded components made from high-strength materials is assured above all by the avoidance of hydrogen-assisted cold cracking which occurs during fabrication and may have effects during service. In this context, continuous advancement of the procedures and standards for hydrogen analysis is required. Exact determination of the weld metal diffusible hydrogen according to ISO DIS 3690 is therefore highly relevant as regards the welding and cooling parameters to be maintained.

ibiza_74 Posted on 29/09/2011 20:28
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In the investigations presented in this paper, the influence of the welding process parameters and of the cooling parameters on the diffusible hydrogen content was examined and the procedures and parameters specified in ISO DIS 3690 for the weld specimen preparation were checked. The influence of cooling conditions, arc length and standoff distance (SD) on the weld metal hydrogen concentration was studied for a high-strength flux cored wire electrode and a high-strength solid wire electrode. Measurement of the diffusible hydrogen was carried out by means of carrier gas hot extraction using TLD.

ibiza_74 Posted on 29/09/2011 20:29
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Fabrication of modern welded structures, e.g. offshore facilities for natural gas and crude oil exploitation, mobile cranes and roof girders, requires for metallic materials and weldments to stand up to ever harsher conditions. Problems frequently arise from a hydrogenous environment to which these materials are exposed during welding fabrication or during subsequent operation involving the risk of unduly diminished component safety and lifetime.

ibiza_74 Posted on 29/09/2011 20:29
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Fabrication of modern welded structures, e.g. offshore facilities for natural gas and crude oil exploitation, mobile cranes and roof girders, requires for metallic materials and weldments to stand up to ever harsher conditions. Problems frequently arise from a hydrogenous environment to which these materials are exposed during welding fabrication or during subsequent operation involving the risk of unduly diminished component safety and lifetime.

ibiza_74 Posted on 29/09/2011 20:30
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Structural engineering is taking an increasing interest in the application of high-strength materials with yield strengths > 1000 MPa [1][2] in order to save weight and costs for large steel structures. Full utilization of the material strength by provision of fitting high-strength filler materials is therefore of particular economic interest. On account of the special conditions given by the high yield strengths exactly of this material class and by the associated little reserves for plastic deformation, any further reduction in toughness properties by hydrogen-affected material embrittlement must be avoided.

jannizart Posted on 29/09/2011 20:33
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I prefer yours Snowbandit [^] Nice painting.

Really don't like painted pregnant tummies. They don't work for me.

ibiza_74 Posted on 29/09/2011 20:33
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This is the reason why exact determination of the weld metal diffusible hydrogen in compliance with an internationally valid standard becomes highly relevant as regards the welding and cooling parameters to be maintained. ISO DIS 3690 [4] specifies the pertinent requirements for both the specimen preparation by welding (specimen size, heat input, welding procedure, storage, etc.) and the succeeding experimental analysis for weld metal diffusible hydrogen determination. Investigations performed by Nolan, Pitrun [5][6][7] concerning the welding parameter influence on
weld metal diffusible hydrogen concentration show that particularly the arc length, the heat input and the standoff distance affect hydrogen dissociation during welding using flux cored wire electrodes. Manufacturer instructions for processing mostly embrace a very large range (e.g. 80 A – 350 A) and may thus possibly lead to widely differing hydrogen concentrations. But for safe high-strength steel processing it is essential to make sure that in determining the diffusible hydrogen according to ISO DIS 3690 the maximum hydrogen concentration is introduced into the weld metal. Completed round robin tests [8][9] were concentrated specifically on the experimental analysis adopting the hot extraction method in conjunction with a thermal conductivity detector (TCD). The focus of these investigations was the establishment of the values for the degassing temperatures and durations, their checking as well as the detection limit achievable by TCD for the weld metal diffusible hydrogen.

ibiza_74 Posted on 29/09/2011 20:34
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Following on from these studies, the investigations reported here were aimed at examining the influence of the welding process parameters and of the cooling parameters on the hydrogen content and at checking the procedures and parameters for the weld specimen preparation specified in ISO DIS 3690 [4].

ibiza_74 Posted on 29/09/2011 20:35
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Following on from the completed round robin tests [8][9], the cooling procedures given in the standard ISO DIS 3690 were examined in greater detail. To do so, a test matrix was designed comprising a total of 216 welding experiments (cf. Figure 1). Particular emphasis was placed in the test series on considering various process parameters and cooling methods and on determining their influence on the weld metal hydrogen concentration.

ibiza_74 Posted on 29/09/2011 20:36
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As filler materials for MAG-welding, the higher-strength solid wire electrode G 79 5 M Mn4Ni1.5CrMo with a diameter of D = 1.2 mm and the higher-strength flux cored wire electrode T 69 4 Z P M 1 H5 with a diameter of D = 1.2 mm were investigated. Welding was carried out in spray arc mode [9] with variation of the arc length. This was realized at the power source (EWM - 421 PROGRESS forceArc) via the arc correction setting mode (in the nominal value range from -5 V to +5 V). The welding speed for solid wire electrode welding was v = 8.3 mm/s and v = 7.5 mm/s for flux cored wire electrode welding. The wire feed speed was constantly 10 m/min. Further MAG-welding experiments were conducted with variation of the standoff distance (SD) in the range from 15 mm to 30 mm. With increasing standoff distance, the current intensity decreases as a consequence of the increasing power resistance in the wire electrode, while the voltage remains nearly constant. The resulting current intensity for solid wire electrode welding ranged between 270 A (SD = 15 mm) and 315 A (SD = 20 mm), and for flux cored wire electrode welding it amounted to 210 A (SD = 15 mm), 240 A (SD = 20 mm) and 265 A (SD = 30 mm), respectively. The size of the ISO DIS 3690 weld specimens was 30 mm x 15 mm x 10 mm (test assembly B according ISO DIS 3690 [4]). As base material, the low-alloyed steel S690 was chosen. The specimens were prepared in accordance with the requirements of ISO DIS 3690. The chemical compositions and the mechanical properties of the applied materials are listed in Tables 1 to 4.

ibiza_74 Posted on 29/09/2011 20:37
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Standardized cooling method according to ISO DIS 3690: Chapter 4.1.4 c):
„After extinction of the arc, the clamp shall be released and the test piece assembly removed and submerged for 4 seconds, ±1 second into an ice water bath. After removal of the specimen from ice water, ice still shall be present in the bath. After 20 seconds ±2 seconds, the test piece assembly shall be transferred and completely submerged into an ethanol/solid carbon dioxide bath or liquid nitrogen bath.”

ibiza_74 Posted on 29/09/2011 20:38
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Measurement of the diffusible hydrogen was carried out by carrier gas hot extraction using TLD. The specimens were analysed at a degassing temperature of 400°C over a time interval of 21 min.

ibiza_74 Posted on 29/09/2011 20:39
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the influence of the cooling conditions, the arc length and the standoff distance (SD) on the weld metal hydrogen concentration for the flux cored wire electrode. The applied flux cored wire electrode exhibits hydrogen concentrations of HD = 3Nml/100g to HD = 7Nml/100g depending on the manufacturing parameters. Figure 2 also shows that the highest hydrogen concentrations are always achieved at the smallest standoff distance. Moreover, it becomes evident that the cooling methods A and B with initial ice water cooling yield the highest hydrogen concentrations. Figure 3 compares the cooling curves for the cooling methods A and C. For method A, the total cooling time down to -196°C was 150 s. Omission of initial ice water cooling (C and D), by contrast, lowers the hydrogen concentration appreciably, since cooling in liquid nitrogen immediately after completion of welding produces first a heat-insulating gas envelope around the specimen reducing the cooling rates significantly. The total cooling time down to -196°C for cooling method C was 235 s.

ibiza_74 Posted on 29/09/2011 20:40
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For the standardized cooling method A, the influence of arc length, standoff distance and heat input on the weld metal hydrogen concentration is illustrated in Figures 4 and 5 for the applied flux cored wire electrode. It is found that the smallest standoff distance of 15 mm gives the highest hydrogen concentrations of approximately 6.7 Nml/100g, because a small standoff distance gives the highest thermal efficiency or heat input, respectively, and results in high hydrogen dissociation. As can be seen from Figure 5, an increase in standoff distance from 15 mm to 30 mm entails a decrease in heat input of around 20 %.

ibiza_74 Posted on 29/09/2011 20:56
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the spray arc length at a small standoff distance of SD = 15 mm is observed to exert hardly any effect on the weld metal hydrogen concentration, since its major portion obviously results from the flux cored wire electrode (filling, covering) itself. An increasing influence of the arc length is recognized only at a standoff distance of SD of 20 mm. In this context it should be emphasized that at SD = 30 mm, despite decreasing heat input (cf. Figure 5), the hydrogen concentration with a long standard spray arc (spray arc + 5V and +-0V, respectively) is relatively constant. This can be attributed to the influence of the arc length on hydrogen dissociation from the ambient humidity.
When a short spray arc (spray arc - 5V) is utilized, by contrast, the hydrogen concentration is observed to decrease significantly with increasing standoff distance at simultaneously reduced heat input (Figure 5), because, as already mentioned before, the major hydrogen portion originates from the flux cored wire electrode (filling, covering) itself and the influence of ambient humidity is low.

ItsMe Posted on 29/09/2011 20:59
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Rufus, that joke's as old as you [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 29/09/2011 21:00
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summarizes the influence of the cooling conditions, the arc length and the standoff distance (SD) on the weld metal hydrogen concentration for the solid wire electrode. In these test series, a maximum standoff distance of SD = 20 mm could be realized in welding the ISO DIS 3690 specimens. The applied high-strength solid wire electrodes exhibit appreciably lower hydrogen concentrations compared to the flux cored wire electrodes. As in the flux cored wire welding experiments, the hydrogen concentrations achieved with cooling method A specified in ISO DIS 3690 are seen to be the highest.

ibiza_74 Posted on 29/09/2011 21:01
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The applied carrier gas hot extraction with the help of TCD reveals a slight increase in the absolute standard deviation with increasing hydrogen concentration. As expected, the relative standard deviation rises systematically with declining hydrogen concentration and reaches a maximum of 40 % starting from a hydrogen concentration of about 1.5 Nml/100g with the utilized analysis instrument using TCD.

ibiza_74 Posted on 29/09/2011 21:03
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In the course of the growing employment of high-strength materials and filler materials for large plant construction and of the associated economic potential it is essential to avoid degradations in mechanical properties as well as changes in microstructure due to hydrogen entry driven by welding. Under adverse conditions, a hydrogen concentration of a few ppm is already enough to cause embrittlement.

ibiza_74 Posted on 29/09/2011 21:03
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Exact determination of the weld metal diffusible hydrogen in compliance with an internationally valid standard assumes paramount importance as regards the welding and cooling parameters to be maintained in such analysis. The presented investigations were therefore focused on the influence of the welding process parameters and of the cooling parameters on the diffusible hydrogen content as well as on a check of the procedures and parameters specified in ISO DIS 3690 [4]. The basic findings can be summarized as follows:
 The cooling methods A and B achieved the highest hydrogen concentrations, since high cooling rates were reached here.
 The flux cored wire electrode exhibits substantially higher hydrogen concentrations compared to the solid wire electrode. The effects for the flux cored wire electrode are accordingly strongly pronounced and detectable with the applied analysis technique.

ibiza_74 Posted on 29/09/2011 21:04
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[1] Johansson, B.; Collin, P. Eurocode for high strength steel and applications in construction. proceedings “Super-High Strength Steels”: 1st international conference, Rome, Italy, CD-ROM, Associazione Italiana di Metallurgia, 2-4.11.2005.
[2] Johansson, B.: Use and design of high strength steel structures. Revue de Métallurgie, no. 11, pp. 1115-1123, 2003.
[3] DuPlessis, J.; DuToit, M.: Reducing Diffusible Hydrogen Contents of Shielded Metal Arc Welds Through Addition of Flux-Oxidizing Integredients. Journal of Materials Engineering and Performance, vol. 17, no. 1, pp.50-56, 2008.
[4] ISO DIS 3690, Welding and allied processes — Determination of hydrogen content in arc weld metal, II-E-586-10.
[5] Pitrun, M.; Nolan, D.; Dunne, D.: Diffusible hydrogen content in rutile flux-cored arc welds as function of the welding parameters, Welding in the World, vol. 48, no. 1/2, pp.2-13, 2004.
[6] Nolan, D.; Pitrun, M.: Diffusible hydrogen testing in Australia, Welding in the World, vol. 48, no. 1/2, pp. 14-20, 2004.
[7] Pitrun, M.: The effect of welding parameters on levels of diffusible hydrogen in weld metal deposited using gas shielded rutile flux cored wires. PhD thesis, University of Wollongong, 2004.
[8] Kannengiesser, Th.; Tiersch, N.: Comparative study between hot extraction methods and mercury method – A national round robin test. Welding in the World, vol. 54, no. 5/6, R 108, ISSN 0043-2288, 2010.
[9] Kannengiesser, Th.; Tiersch, N.: Measurements of diffusible hydrogen contents at elevated temperatures using different hot extraction techniques – An international round robin test. Welding in the World, Vol. 54, No. 5/6, R 115, ISSN 0043-2288, 2010.
[10] Matthes, K.-L., Richter E.: Schweißtechnik, Schweißen von metallischen Konstruktionswerkstoffen, Fachbuchverlag Leipzig im Carl Hansen Verlag, S. 186, ISBN 3-446-22046-1, 2002

ItsMe Posted on 29/09/2011 21:06
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Fcuking love Ibiza me [:D]

Bet Poncey can't beat this thread [^]

SNOWBANDIT Posted on 29/09/2011 21:15
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thanks jannizart - I only paint 1 a year on average - I've gone 10 years without doing a picture - then woosh- rattle one off.

heres one I dashed off for my little sister in Canada 1996 -

She likes flowers[rle]



Link: sum flowers

ibiza_74 Posted on 29/09/2011 21:15
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[1] Johansson, B.; Collin, P. Eurocode for high strength steel and applications in construction. proceedings “Super-High Strength Steels”: 1st international conference, Rome, Italy, CD-ROM, Associazione Italiana di Metallurgia, 2-4.11.2005.
[2] Johansson, B.: Use and design of high strength steel structures. Revue de Métallurgie, no. 11, pp. 1115-1123, 2003.
[3] DuPlessis, J.; DuToit, M.: Reducing Diffusible Hydrogen Contents of Shielded Metal Arc Welds Through Addition of Flux-Oxidizing Integredients. Journal of Materials Engineering and Performance, vol. 17, no. 1, pp.50-56, 2008.
[4] ISO DIS 3690, Welding and allied processes — Determination of hydrogen content in arc weld metal, II-E-586-10.
[5] Pitrun, M.; Nolan, D.; Dunne, D.: Diffusible hydrogen content in rutile flux-cored arc welds as function of the welding parameters, Welding in the World, vol. 48, no. 1/2, pp.2-13, 2004.
[6] Nolan, D.; Pitrun, M.: Diffusible hydrogen testing in Australia, Welding in the World, vol. 48, no. 1/2, pp. 14-20, 2004.
[7] Pitrun, M.: The effect of welding parameters on levels of diffusible hydrogen in weld metal deposited using gas shielded rutile flux cored wires. PhD thesis, University of Wollongong, 2004.
[8] Kannengiesser, Th.; Tiersch, N.: Comparative study between hot extraction methods and mercury method – A national round robin test. Welding in the World, vol. 54, no. 5/6, R 108, ISSN 0043-2288, 2010.
[9] Kannengiesser, Th.; Tiersch, N.: Measurements of diffusible hydrogen contents at elevated temperatures using different hot extraction techniques – An international round robin test. Welding in the World, Vol. 54, No. 5/6, R 115, ISSN 0043-2288, 2010.
[10] Matthes, K.-L., Richter E.: Schweißtechnik, Schweißen von metallischen Konstruktionswerkstoffen, Fachbuchverlag Leipzig im Carl Hansen Verlag, S. 186, ISBN 3-446-22046-1, 2002

ibiza_74 Posted on 29/09/2011 21:17
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i Fcuking love Ibiza too, its a great place[;)]

ibiza_74 Posted on 29/09/2011 21:25
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你好 斯 是 處 較少

GroggySlaggySmoggy Posted on 29/09/2011 21:33
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Word for the day........Marsupial

ibiza_74 Posted on 29/09/2011 22:40
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Chlorine reacts at a moderate rate with methane.

Chlorination is a reaction that goes to completion because its equilibrium constant is so large. Chlorination is generally highly exothermic and, as in most organic reactions, this decrease in enthalpy is a primary driving force. The highest point in the energy diagram of the chlorination of methane is the transition state for the reaction of methane with a chlorine radical.[^]


ibiza_74 Posted on 29/09/2011 22:41
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Bromine needs heat to react with methane.

Bromination is more selective than chlorination because the major reaction is favored by a larger amount. This is because of bromination’s larger activation energy compared to chlorination. The energy differences between chlorination and bromination result from the difference in the bond dissociation energy of H-Cl and H-Br. H-Br is weaker, and hydrogen abstraction from Br is endothermic. The first propagation is endothermic for bromination but exothermic for chlorination.

The transition states forming the 1o and 2o radicals for the endothermic bromination have larger energy difference than those for the exothermic chlorination, even though the energy difference of the products is the same (13 kJ, or 3 kcal).


ibiza_74 Posted on 29/09/2011 22:42
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Iodine does not react at all with methane.

Although porphyrin can undergo any type of halogenation, iodination of porphyrin is least favored because of steric factors and electronic effect.[1]


ibiza_74 Posted on 29/09/2011 22:43
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Fluorine reacts explosively with methane.


ibiza_74 Posted on 29/09/2011 22:45
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Hydrogenation, to treat with hydrogen, also a form of chemical reduction, is a chemical reaction between molecular hydrogen (H2) and another compound or element, usually in the presence of a catalyst. The process is commonly employed to reduce or saturate organic compounds. Hydrogenation typically constitutes the addition of pairs of hydrogen atoms to a molecule, generally an alkene. Catalysts are required for the reaction to be usable; non-catalytic hydrogenation takes place only at very high temperatures. Hydrogen adds to double and triple bonds in hydrocarbons

ibiza_74 Posted on 29/09/2011 22:46
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Because of the importance of hydrogen, many related reactions have been developed for its use. Most hydrogenations use gaseous hydrogen (H2), but some involve the alternative sources of hydrogen, not H2: these processes are called transfer hydrogenations. The reverse reaction, removal of hydrogen from a molecule, is called dehydrogenation. A reaction where bonds are broken while hydrogen is added is called hydrogenolysis, a reaction that may occur to carbon-carbon and carbon-heteroatom (oxygen, nitrogen or halogen) bonds. Hydrogenation differs from protonation or hydride addition: in hydrogenation, the products have the same charge as the reactants

ibiza_74 Posted on 29/09/2011 22:47
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An illustrative example of a hydrogenation reaction is the addition of hydrogen to maleic acid to form succinic acid.[2] Numerous important applications of this petrochemical are found in pharmaceutical and food industries. Hydrogenation of unsaturated fats produces saturated fats and, in some cases, trans fats.


ibiza_74 Posted on 29/09/2011 22:49
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Hydrogenation has three components, the unsaturated substrate, the hydrogen (or hydrogen source) and, invariably, a catalyst. The reaction is carried out at different temperatures and pressures depending upon the substrate and the activity of the catalyst.


ibiza_74 Posted on 29/09/2011 22:50
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Hydrogenation is sensitive to steric hindrance explaining the selectivity for reaction with the exocyclic double bond but not the internal double bond.

An important characteristic of alkene and alkyne hydrogenations, both the homogeneously and heterogeneously catalyzed versions, is that hydrogen addition occurs with "syn addition", with hydrogen entering from the least hindered side

ibiza_74 Posted on 29/09/2011 22:50
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With rare exceptions, no reaction below 480 °C (750 K or 900 °F) occurs between H2 and organic compounds in the absence of metal catalysts. The catalyst binds both the H2 and the unsaturated substrate and facilitates their union. Platinum group metals, particularly platinum, palladium, rhodium, and ruthenium, form highly active catalysts, which operate at lower temperatures and lower pressures of H2. Non-precious metal catalysts, especially those based on nickel (such as Raney nickel and Urushibara nickel) have also been developed as economical alternatives, but they are often slower or require higher temperatures. The trade-off is activity (speed of reaction) vs. cost of the catalyst and cost of the apparatus required for use of high pressures. Notice that the Raney-nickel catalysed hydrogenations require high pressures

ibiza_74 Posted on 29/09/2011 22:51
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Two broad families of catalysts are known - homogeneous catalysts and heterogeneous catalysts. Homogeneous catalysts dissolve in the solvent that contains the unsaturated substrate. Heterogeneous catalysts are solids that are suspended in the same solvent with the substrate or are treated with gaseous substrate

ibiza_74 Posted on 29/09/2011 22:52
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Hydrogenation is sensitive to steric hindrance explaining the selectivity for reaction with the exocyclic double bond but not the internal double bond.

The activity and selectivity of homogeneous catalysts is adjusted by changing the ligands. For prochiral substrates, the selectivity of the catalyst can be adjusted such that one enantiomeric product is favored. Asymmetric hydrogenation is also possible via heterogeneous catalysis on a metal that is modified by a chiral ligand.

ibiza_74 Posted on 29/09/2011 22:53
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Heterogeneous catalysts for hydrogenation are more common industrially. As in homogeneous catalysts, the activity is adjusted through changes in the environment around the metal, i.e. the coordination sphere. Different faces of a crystalline heterogeneous catalyst display distinct activities, for example. Similarly, heterogeneous catalysts are affected by their supports, i.e. the material upon with the heterogeneous catalyst is bound.


ibiza_74 Posted on 29/09/2011 22:54
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In many cases, highly empirical modifications involve selective "poisons". Thus, a carefully chosen catalyst can be used to hydrogenate some functional groups without affecting others, such as the hydrogenation of alkenes without touching aromatic rings, or the selective hydrogenation of alkynes to alkenes using Lindlar's catalyst. For example, when the catalyst palladium is placed on barium sulfate and then treated with quinoline, the resulting catalyst reduces alkynes only as far as alkenes. The Lindlar catalyst has been applied to the conversion of phenylacetylene to styrene.

ibiza_74 Posted on 29/09/2011 22:55
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For hydrogenation, the obvious source of hydrogen is H2 gas itself, which is typically available commercially within the storage medium of a pressurized cylinder. The hydrogenation process often uses greater than 1 atmosphere of H2, usually conveyed from the cylinders and sometimes augmented by "booster pumps". Gaseous hydrogen is produced industrially from hydrocarbons by the process known as steam reforming.

ibiza_74 Posted on 29/09/2011 22:56
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Hydrogen also can be extracted ("transferred") from "hydrogen-donors" in place of H2 gas. Hydrogen donors, which often serve as solvents include hydrazine, dihydronaphthalene, dihydroanthracene, isopropanol, and formic acid. In organic synthesis, transfer hydrogenation is useful for the asymmetric reduction of polar unsaturated substrates, such as ketones, aldehydes, and imines.


ibiza_74 Posted on 29/09/2011 22:57
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Polar substrates such as ketones can be hydrogenated electrochemically, using protic solvents and reducing equivalents as the source of hydrogen.

ibiza_74 Posted on 29/09/2011 22:58
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Hydrogenation is a strongly exothermic reaction. In the hydrogenation of vegetable oils and fatty acids, for example, the heat released is about 25 kcal per mole (105 kJ/mol), sufficient to raise the temperature of the oil by 1.6-1.7 °C per iodine number drop. The mechanism of metal-catalyzed hydrogenation of alkenes and alkynes has been extensively studied. First of all isotope labeling using deuterium confirms the regiochemistry of the addition:

RCH=CH2 + D2 → RCHDCH2D

ibiza_74 Posted on 29/09/2011 22:59
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On solids, the accepted mechanism today is called the Horiuti-Polanyi mechanism.

1.Binding of the unsaturated bond, and hydrogen dissociation into atomic hydrogen onto the catalyst
2.Addition of one atom of hydrogen; this step is reversible
3.Addition of the second atom; effectively irreversible under hydrogenating conditions.

ibiza_74 Posted on 29/09/2011 22:59
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In the second step, the metallointermediate formed is a saturated compound that can rotate and then break down, again detaching the alkene from the catalyst. Consequently, contact with a hydrogenation catalyst necessarily causes cis-trans-isomerization. This is a problem in partial hydrogenation, while in complete hydrogenation the produced trans-alkene is eventually hydrogenated.


ibiza_74 Posted on 29/09/2011 23:00
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For aromatic substrates, the first bond is hardest to hydrogenate because of the free energy penalty for breaking the aromatic system. The product of this is a cyclohexadiene, which is extremely active and cannot be isolated; in conditions reducing enough to break the aromatization, it is immediately reduced to a cyclohexene. The cyclohexene is ordinarily reduced immediately to a fully saturated cyclohexane, but special modifications to the catalysts (such as the use of the anti-solvent water on ruthenium) can preserve some of the cyclohexene, if that is a desired product.


ibiza_74 Posted on 29/09/2011 23:01
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In petrochemical processes, hydrogenation is used to convert alkenes and aromatics into saturated alkanes (paraffins) and cycloalkanes (naphthenes), which are less toxic and less reactive. For example, mineral turpentine is usually hydrogenated. Hydrocracking of heavy residues into diesel is another application. In isomerization and catalytic reforming processes, some hydrogen pressure is maintained to hydrogenolyze coke formed on the catalyst and prevent its accumulation.


ibiza_74 Posted on 29/09/2011 23:02
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Hydrogenation is widely applied to the processing of vegetable oils and fats. Complete hydrogenation converts unsaturated fatty acids to saturated ones. In practice the process is not usually carried to completion. Since the original oils usually contain more than one carbon-carbon double bond per molecule (that is, they are polyunsaturated), the result is usually described as partially hydrogenated vegetable oil; that is some, but usually not all, of the carbon-carbon double bonds in each molecule have been reduced. This is done by restricting the amount of hydrogen (or reducing agent) allowed to react with the fat.

ibiza_74 Posted on 29/09/2011 23:04
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Hydrogenation results in the conversion of liquid vegetable oils to solid or semi-solid fats, such as those present in margarine. Changing the degree of saturation of the fat changes some important physical properties such as the melting range, which is why liquid oils become semi-solid. Solid or semi-solid fats are preferred for baking because the way the fat mixes with flour produces a more desirable texture in the baked product. Because partially hydrogenated vegetable oils are cheaper than animal source fats, they are available in a wide range of consistencies, and have other desirable characteristics (e.g., increased oxidative stability/longer shelf life), they are the predominant fats used as shortening in most commercial baked goods.


ibiza_74 Posted on 29/09/2011 23:05
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A side effect of incomplete hydrogenation having implications for human health is the isomerization of some of the remaining unsaturated carbon bonds. The cis configuration of these double bonds predominates in the unprocessed fats in most edible fat sources, but incomplete hydrogenation partially converts these molecules to trans isomers, which have been implicated in circulatory diseases including heart disease (see trans fats). The conversion from cis to trans bonds is favored because the trans configuration has lower energy than the natural cis one. At equilibrium, the trans/cis isomer ratio is about 2:1. Food legislation in the US and codes of practice in EU have long required labels declaring the fat content of foods in retail trade and, more recently, have also required declaration of the trans fat content. Trans fats are banned in Denmark and New York City.[

ibiza_74 Posted on 29/09/2011 23:06
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The earliest hydrogenation is that of platinum catalyzed addition of hydrogen to oxygen in the Döbereiner's lamp, a device commercialized as early as 1823. The French chemist Paul Sabatier is considered the father of the hydrogenation process. In 1897, building on the earlier work of James Boyce, an American chemist working in the manufacture of soap products, he discovered that the introduction of a trace of nickel as a catalyst facilitated the addition of hydrogen to molecules of gaseous hydrocarbons in what is now known as the Sabatier process. For this work Sabatier shared the 1912 Nobel Prize in Chemistry. Wilhelm Normann was awarded a patent in Germany in 1902 and in Britain in 1903 for the hydrogenation of liquid oils, which was the beginning of what is now a world wide industry. The commercially important Haber-Bosch process, first described in 1905, involves hydrogenation of nitrogen. In the Fischer-Tropsch process, reported in 1922 carbon monoxide, which is easily derived from coal, is hydrogenated to liquid fuels.


ibiza_74 Posted on 29/09/2011 23:07
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Also in 1922, Voorhees and Adams described an apparatus for performing hydrogenation under pressures above one atmosphere. The Parr shaker, the first product to allow hydrogenation using elevated pressures and temperatures, was commercialized in 1926 based on Voorhees and Adams’ research and remains in widespread use. In 1924 Murray Raney developed a nickel fine powder catalyst named after him which is still widely used in hydrogenation reactions such as conversion of nitriles to amines or the production of margarine. In 1938, Otto Roelen described the oxo process which involves the addition of both hydrogen and carbon monoxide to alkenes, giving aldehydes. Since this process entails C-C coupling, it and its many variations (see carbonylation) remains highly topical into the new decade. The 1960s witnessed the development of homogeneous catalysts, e.g., Wilkinson's catalyst. In the 1980s, the Noyori asymmetric hydrogenation

ibiza_74 Posted on 29/09/2011 23:08
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For all practical purposes, hydrogenation requires a metal catalyst. Hydrogenation can, however, proceed from some hydrogen donors without catalysts, illustrative hydrogen donors being diimide and aluminium isopropoxide. Some metal-free catalytic systems have been investigated in academic research. One such system for reduction of ketones consists of tert-butanol and potassium tert-butoxide and very high temperatures.[18] The reaction depicted below describes the hydrogenation of benzophenone

ibiza_74 Posted on 29/09/2011 23:09
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The original and still a commonly practised form of hydrogenation in teaching laboratories, this process is usually effected by adding solid catalyst to a round bottom flask of dissolved reactant which has been evacuated using nitrogen or argon gas and sealing the mixture with a penetrable rubber seal. Hydrogen gas is then supplied from a H2-filled balloon. The resulting three phase mixture is agitated to promote mixing. Hydrogen uptake can be monitored, which can be useful for monitoring progress of a hydrogenation. This is achieved by either using a graduated tube containing a coloured liquid, usually aqueous copper sulfate or with gauges for each reaction vessel.


ibiza_74 Posted on 29/09/2011 23:10
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Since many hydrogenation reactions such as hydrogenolysis of protecting groups and the reduction of aromatic systems proceed extremely sluggishly at atmospheric temperature and pressure, pressurised systems are popular. In these cases, catalyst is added to a solution of reactant under an inert atmosphere in a pressure vessel. Hydrogen is added directly from a cylinder or built in laboratory hydrogen source, and the pressurized slurry is mechanically rocked to provide agitation or a spinning basket is used. Heat may also be used, as the pressure compensates for the associated reduction in gas solubility.


ibiza_74 Posted on 29/09/2011 23:11
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Flow hydrogenation has become a popular technique at the bench and increasingly the process scale. This technique involves continuously flowing a dilute stream of dissolved reactant over a fixed bed catalyst in the presence of hydrogen. Using established HPLC technology, this technique allows the application of pressures from atmospheric to 1,450 PSI. Elevated temperatures may also be used. At the bench scale, systems use a range of pre-packed catalysts which eliminates the need for weighing and filtering pyrophoric catalysts.


ibiza_74 Posted on 29/09/2011 23:12
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Catalytic hydrogenation is done in a tubular plug-flow reactor (PFR) packed with a supported catalyst. The pressures and temperatures are typically high, although this depends on the catalyst. Catalyst loading is typically much lower than in laboratory batch hydrogenation, and various promoters are added to the metal, or mixed metals are used, to improve activity, selectivity and catalyst stability. The use of nickel is common despite its low activity, due to its low cost compared to precious metals.


smogmonster4 Posted on 29/09/2011 23:12
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Ibiza I'm glad that somebody else is as pointless as ItsMe.
By the way Black Start tests went ok so I still have a job.
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ItsMe Posted on 29/09/2011 23:50
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I'm officially pointless [sad]

ItsMe Posted on 29/09/2011 23:52
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Ibiza, you're either a VERY clever chemical engineer or a weirdo with FAR too much time on his hands [:D]

rufus4 Posted on 29/09/2011 23:52
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Hello ItsMe what are you doing still up.Like your post on the upstairs flat.[:D]

ItsMe Posted on 29/09/2011 23:56
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At the start of the day I said our target for the day should be 750, this is now post 785 (I think).
Well done fellow pointless posters [^]

mikeyyyy Posted on 29/09/2011 23:57
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Thought it's about time i got in on this thread. Yerknow just to be polite an showe me face n tha' [:D]

rufus4 Posted on 29/09/2011 23:58
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Welcome is that 790 now?.

ItsMe Posted on 29/09/2011 23:59
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Just got in from the pub Rufus [^]

Which means another day at work with a hangover [V]

But on the plus side I did manage to get our boss's daughters phone number tonight [^]

ItsMe Posted on 30/09/2011 00:01
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You're one of us now Mikeyyyy [xx(]

rufus4 Posted on 30/09/2011 00:04
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Like it ItsMe.
By the way I agree you are with me in the pointless club.
My highlight tomorrow is washing and polishing the RufusMobile.
How sad is that?[cr][cr]

ItsMe Posted on 30/09/2011 00:06
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You must have missed the boss's daughter comment [;)]

rufus4 Posted on 30/09/2011 00:08
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No I saw it just trying to figure out which boss.

ItsMe Posted on 30/09/2011 00:13
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Interesting day on Monday [;)]

ibiza_74 Posted on 30/09/2011 00:13
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Ibiza, you're either a VERY clever chemical engineer or a weirdo with FAR too much time on his hands....Or Both[^][V]

ItsMe Posted on 30/09/2011 00:15
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A very clever weirdo [?]

mikeyyyy Posted on 30/09/2011 00:16
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mr 800?

mikeyyyy Posted on 30/09/2011 00:16
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yeah royyyy

rufus4 Posted on 30/09/2011 00:17
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I take it by the [;)] you'll make a home run?[;)][;)]

ItsMe Posted on 30/09/2011 00:34
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Or get sacked [:O][:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 30/09/2011 01:42
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For those who have expressed an interest on here with regards to what happened yesterday here it is.

Bare with me because this could be a long one ... I, along with 3 friends and many others got on the 9:50 Middlesbrough train which arrived in Leeds at about 11:20. British Transport Police boarded the train at York, no problems whatsoever but told us that they believed that WYP would be guiding us into Yates next to the station.

We managed to nip off into the Bookies next door, but were seconded into the pub by the waiting police outside. The pub had a healthy following of Boro fans in, and there it was quite friendly and we were actually having good laugh with a couple of officers who were spot on outside,

We stayed in there drinking £3.80 pints or £4.40 bottles (Allegedly marked up specially for MFC fans according to a Leeds fan).

At around 12:30 we went outside and tried to move onto to meet some friends, go to cash point, grab some food as well as have a drink and also because we wanted to be nearer the ground given how far it is to walk. We were told by 4 officers outside that we couldn't leave - the police had then lined up in about a 10m square around the door of the pub.

There was no confrontation, despite being annoyed that I wasn't allowed to move on, and whilst waiting for a phone call from mates outside, I had a bit of a laugh with one of the female officers and told her that I needed to go and get something from the Vivienne Westwood shop and that I don't even like football, it was all good fun, and they genuinely sympathised with us as they were being directed from above.

I was told that at 1:30 we'd be on our way to the ground with the police leading us. I have no problem at all with that, and said as much to them. I accept and understand that they have to do this and it's primarily for our safety as well. I was just gutted they stuck us in the McDonalds of the beer world!

As i was about to go back inside and was finishing the conversation with the officers outside, another officer from WYP came over and stuck a camera in my face and started taking photographs.

I asked the female who i was talking to whyh he was doing that as the atmosphere was friendly and she said 'you'll have to ask him' and pointed to an officer in a flat cap without numbers on his shoulders.

He came over and asked me to go inside the pub (because I wasn't smoking) I told him I was just getting some fresh air, waiting for a return call, and I would do immediately, and politely asked if there was any reason why I'd just had my photo taken and he was now in the pub taking photos of people when there hadn't been a single instance or trouble, or even loutish behaviour. It was simply just a group of people having a drink in a pub - regardless of them being football fans or not. In fact, if you walked in you'd never know there was a football match going on.

He refused to answer and told me in no uncertain terms to go back in the pub. I didn't say anything, I didn't realise being outside of a pub was an offence and as I walked back in one of the male officers raised his eyes at me and offered a smirk at the way the main guy had spoken.

At this point it is important to state that outside of pub were a group of young lads who'd been on trains and kept with the police. They were perhaps 14-17 years old and not allowed in the pub. I don't know who these were, I just know that from 11:30 they've been kept outside the pub, because Yates wouldn't let them in, and if they needed the toilet, the police sent two officers in with them and escorted them back out.

So, time ticks on and at half past one we make our way back outside in order to walk to the ground. we're told that we're now not walking but there will be some buses laid on for us to go to the ground. The outside of the pub is packed and there's police horses and officers all over.

At this point again we were chatting to officers, being very friendly they were asking us how they thought we'd get on etc. All very friendly, not an ounce of bother whatsoever.

30 minutes later, we're still stood outside this pub wondering what is going on. At this point the police went in and got all the Boro fans out of the pub onto the pavement to move on. I was talking to one of the young kids, he was perhaps 15 and they've now been stood outside this pub since 11:30 - nigh on 3 hours, no food, no drinks, all he wants to do was get to the ground, buy a programme, a coke and a mars bar or something and see his other friends.

At 2:00 we started getting marched to where these police provided buses are. We get there and there's no buses. We're just stood at the side of the road surrounded by police. There's probably 200-250 of us.

At 2:30 the first bus arrives. The police have us all lined up the doors open and they tell everyone to have £2.50 ready for the bus.

Now I know it's only £2.50 but I'm sorry but how are they able to determine by what means I or anyone else gets to the ground but then make ME pay for it.

At 2.40 I was still stood there waiting and I asked the officer if we were able to now walk because of the time and I didn't want to miss kick off.

The 2nd bus duly arrived however his ticket Machine was broke so he had to pull away and we had to wait for another.

At 2.50 I asked an officer at the back of the remaining 30 or so supporters who weren't yet on a bus If I could please organise a taxi for the people I was with as we didn't want to miss the start.

He pulled me aside at the back of the group and I explained my situation about wanting to leave to meet friends, cash point, food, etc and that I was now alone as all my friends were at the ground. There was another police officer on a horse stood next to us listening.

The officer on the horse appeared very understanding of my question and nodded when I suggested getting a taxi, because I was going to miss the start of the match.

By this time I was royally fùcked off because i wanted to walk to the ground an hour ago.

So I asked him if i could make a few points.

I asked whether WYP would refund the cost of the tickets for us still hear who'd now miss the kick off.

I asked why, if the police are providing these buses, are you expecting young kids who've probably only got a fiver on them for a programme and a burger to pay half of this money out in order to get to the ground when wen all would have walked at 1:30.

I accepted that they had to do something like this, but it's now 2:55 and the bus just arrived.

The bloke on the horse was nodding in agreement and said he understands my frustrations, which is why I asked him if we could get a taxi to the ground (he appeared to be supporting what I was saying). Then the guy on the horse said 'Do you know of this lad, Tim' to which PC Swales asked my name and then said no, I don't think 'we' do do we.

I said no, you'll have nothing at all on me Tim.

In my opinion, he was asking whether I was known, on the basis of allowing me to get a taxi if I wasn't known by CP.

PC Swales said that I see why you're aggrieved but unfortunately there's nothing that can happen to help it now, but he did sympathise with the situation.

I told him I understood and it's just a joke that we've got 5 minutes now to get 50 people to pay on a bus and get to the ground but if thats the situation then it's too late to change it.

At that I heard 'you've got less than 5 minutes - you've got 15 minutes to leave Leeds or else you're nicked' from the WYPO.

I know for an absolute fact that PC Swales, The bloke on the horse and the 2 or 3 officers I had been talking to were in disbelief.

Few questions about why etc and PC Swales said unfortunately there's nothing he can do about if because it's a different force. The only thing he did do was take all of my details for Cleveland Polices records.

The bus then left at 3:05 and I was given this yellow piece of paper. I was given no explanation what it was, what it meant, what my 'rights' were or what I had to do - only that I had 15 minutes to leave Leeds.

I stood on my own whilst the police dispensed and i read the notes on the back of the form to try and understand what it meant. I literally had no clue what a section 27 was or what implications this may have had for me in the future. I don't know whether that should have been explained to me.

Whilst I was reading it, the officer who issued it came over, I was pushed and i believed provoked to make a reaction - which obviously I didn't although others may have in that situation. I was forcebly pushed and provoked. I had done nothing wrong.


I was told if i don't move i have 5 minutes not 15. I asked where the station was and was pushed in the direction and started walking away.

I then went to The Station, went in the Boozer and accidentally missed my train, and nervously checked twitter for updates.

UTB.

PP ... x

*Update: 15/08/2011

Letter sent to West Yorkshire Police copied to Cleveland Police, My MP Tom Blenkinson, Football Supporters Federation. Main body details all the events of the day, highlights various questions regarding police behaviour, and in particular flags up inadequacies in the S27 issued, it's reasoning, and the HoC guidelines of issuing an S27. Also requests confirmation from Cleveland Police that they have destroyed the details taken on the day, given the fact that no crime was comitted.

*Update: 07/09/2011

Letter received from Tom Blenkinsop, sent to West Yorkshire Police requested a full investigation into the complain and the police behaviour in this instance.

*Update: 09/09/2011

Letter 1 received from West Yorkshire Police

*Update: 12/09/2011

Letter 2 received from West Yorkshire Police

*Update 14/09/2011

Letter 3 Received from West Yorkshire Police

*Update 15/09/2011

Letter 4 Received from West Yorkshire Police

*Update 21/09/2011

Letter 1 Received from Cleveland Police FIO stating that details have been kept for a policing purpose.

*Update 28/09/2011

Letter sent to Cleveland Police asking a series of questions relating to the events of the 13th August, some contradictions, and requesting clarification of why details are being retained and for what purpose. Also requesting a copy of the Information Sharing Agreement between CP and MFC.

PP ... x
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i'll wait until some picks out good bits


EDIT: and actually sympathise with you for the first time ever, i know a lot of people who would of put than man on the ground, man of the law or not

you should get in touch with swales and get a complaint put in and take it all the way because that is bang out and innacceptable treatment
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Hooligan gobshyte.
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A.C.A.B

This kind of situation has happened to me and my friends on number of away games. they couldn't manage a XXXXXX up in a brewery.

You should of taken his number and follow this up and get refunded for your ticket at the very least.
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I have done Shaun. And the bloke in charge without the number on his shoulder.

Lisbon, XXXXXX off you boringXXXXXX...

PP ... x
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Well put together, just hope you have people to back you up if you are going to make a complaint. If not, you shouldn't even bother. It does seem that you have been harshly dealt with like.
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the police view every football fan as a yob fact. when it is a very very small minority.
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between this and over the top stewarding at the riverside, its becoming nearly impossible to go to a match and be treated like a normal citizen. absolute joke imo.
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Sounds like they got the hump because you were talking sense and pointing out how ridiculous the whole situation was. Its like trying to XXXXXX in the wind when your dealing with people like that. I feel fo you there ponce.
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Were you the daft fat lad with the beard wearing no socks?

few lads were laughing at you.

What the f*ck were you wearing, soft lad


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...thats totally out of order. Jumped up little fkers like that give decent coppers a bad name. The provoke far more trouble than they resolve
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Link: spotted
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You should pass this on to the Football Supporters Federation (FSF) who will take up your case.

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I hope no-one is daft enough or spiteful enough to point PP's last statement.

And no, this post is not designed to give people ideas.
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"I then went to The Station, went in the Boozer and accidentally overstayed my welcome by some 3 hours 52 minutes."

Thereby breaching the notice and boasting about the fact.

What's the penalty for that?

About the same as that for rioting



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Disgraceful behaviour (by West Yorkshires finest). Its no wonder people get fed up when treated like cattle.

Bottom line is they expect you to be silent, never have a personality and put up with any old shoite.How did they know you were going to the game, you could have been going shopping in Leeds ffs.

I would have insisted on leaving and going shopping, If detained, I would have let them do whatever then sued the arse off them for wrongful arrest

Its a shame that because one or 2 idiots have caused trouble in the past decent people like you PP are made out to be hooligans. This country really is going to the dogs

(woof woof)
xx
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"soft lad"


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I was in Yates' from just after 11 waiting for a mate arriving on a train about midday. I could see the coppers gathering outside, so at just before 12, we left, as I knew they were about to keep us in there.

Sounds like they've been over the top. This is just what it's like now. They take massive steps to segregate everyone and it creates a mob mentality because people get frustrated, bored and uncomfortable. There is enough of a police presence at games like this to deal with trouble if it happens, rather than making the entire experience less enjoyable 'just in case'.
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You should definitely pursue the case. The first stop should be to make sure that the Section 27 was reported and written up by the officer concerned.
Get help though. Liberty, FSF etc
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Isaac - was going to post the same thing myself. It gives Police the right to negate a persons freedom and civil liberties for whatever reason they chose. The FSF will fight PPs corner - but the coppers get away with this all the time.
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all joking aside thats a shocking story PP.Seriously i hope you get some support from other people who were there, its just plain wrong to be treat like shhtt.
I dont wish to be trivial but as an aside imagine that this sort of intimidation happens on a regular basis not because your colour is red in a white area but because you are brown in a white country it would make you seriously hacked off.
good luck mate.
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I sympathise with you PinkPonce.I think that football supporters get treated badly by the police.They weren't allowed to kettle the rioters but they can legally kettle us.How come they can do this
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Ponce...campaign linked below

Link: do it
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I had no idea they even had the power to do this ... if I have broken a law, arrest me and prosecute, if not XXXXXX the XXXXXX off.
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Regarding me staying in the station - a Transport Officer told me that they are supposed to provide a map with exclusion zones marked on. They didn't. He also told me that if I stayed put in here I'd be Ok, but if I wanted to go shopping, just tell them I was lost looking for the station as I had no map ...

So I just stayed there nervously checking twitter for updates. And getting drunk.

PP ... x
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"Get help though. Liberty, FSA etc"

No, my advice would be to just "let it go". The police have an identity crisis at the moment taking flak from the public, government, civil rights groups et al. Consequently they don't know whether to be Harry the Bástárd or Mary Poppins and the general public have been calling for a tougher police presence on our streets culminating in the sentences currently being administered by the courts. Organisations like Liberty have made the UK a haven for the criminal minority.
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SH I couldn't give a fùck how much of a crisis they are going through - they've cost me money on ticket and travel for doing nothing whatsoever mate.

I'll let it go when they've refunded my costs.

PP ... x
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PP, you have two chances of succeeding,

a) little

b) none
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Contact these....

Also do you think PC Swales would be willing to provide a statement on the matter as evidence?

Link: link
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Oh, and Benny_Blanco - if you had an issue with what I was wearing then why didn't you come and bring it up in the boozer instead of from behind your keyboard?

PP ... x
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right, sit back and just allow asshat police to get away with whatever they like without question or challenge ? Can I have another beating sir ? and another ?


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Someone has missed the most obvious question here.

PP, the lady police officer, backdoors etc?
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"soft lad"


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The solution is simple. Don't gather in a pub, gather in a Starbucks. No alcohol so they couldn't do a section 27. Lattetastic

Anybody going to an away match knows you are likely to be treated like sh!t. That's just the way things are.
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I just think this entire situation is disgraceful. Good on you PinkPonce if you decide to contest it and I'm sure you'll have the backing of the decent people on here (ignore the idiots).
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n_e_i,

I'm not condoning what happened to PP by any stretch of the imagination, far from it.

My point is that the law is on the side of the administrators, there will be police collusion and after months of groundwork by the "victim" the case will be kicked into the long grass. To the police PP is just another member of the public and "He looked like he was the sort to cause trouble, yer 'onour" Subjective I know, but that's the truth of the matter, how it is and the system will err on the side of the law.

I'm just offering advice to save PP time, expense and bother.
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sea harrier you are plain wrong mate. the police are a mix` of all types but to let a bully get away with this type of behaviour is wrong. it causes resentment against the rank and file coppers who depend on our support. this copper should be hauled in and apologise to PP and the rest of the boro fans. bullies arent appeased.
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What would you do next time? Keep stchum and follow orders?
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I think it was Buddy yesterday who first talked about the risks of this happening increasing because you were in a pub.

It's just common sense really but it does not excuse it.

Some of the treatment we got in the 70's and 80's was criminal and you'd think policing would have moved on but while there are dickheads going to the match to get drunk and possibly have a barny then the police will have to apply some sort of control to the majority.

Best idea is to not do what the majority do and make your own plans.
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Maybe you'll keep your trap shut next time, moaning about £2.50 bus fare.
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No place at football for efeminate types,well done West Yorkshire constabulary
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the worst thing ever to do with police is... attempt to reason with them. They simply can't handle it.

They're one step up from club bouncers...

well some are anyway, I've come across some decent coppers in the past but not at football matchs.

hope you get some kind of apology, I'd certainly take it further.



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Sorry S_H, but that is an incredibly depressing outlook.

Even if the chances of something being done are slim, to just not bother is exactly how they want you to behave.
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The worrying thing is this happens to dozens of innocent individuals every weekend of the football season.
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"No, my advice would be to just "let it go""


And thats why they get away with it all the time.

People just give in and acquiesce to authority even when they know that authority is acting unlawfully or not doing the job they're paid for. I don't agree with the riots but I can fully understand why its all kicked off. People are angry at authority in all its forms and guises, and PP's experience is probably just one of thousands of injustices that happen every week, if not every day now. Those in authority only continue to get away with it because we let them.
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If what you say is true then take it further.
The Football supporters fedreration might
be interested as well.
Ridiculous situation treating folk like plebs. No wonder there's bother treating
people like that.

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Police in thuggish behaviour shocker!
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I started going to away games from 1988 and have arrived in towns / cities up and down England via train and have NEVER been locked down by the police.

I have walked past a few pubs with Boro supporters in there who are rounded up. Always on the other side of the line though.

When you go places like Leeds or Hull you know what is going to happen if you arrive at a certain time at the train station, bit of forward planning

Sympathise with you, but it is an avoidable situation.

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How many others from the pub got sent packing?
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OK I know what you mean about "rights" but the establishment sees:-

a) football fans - they must be looking for trouble. A legacy from the 70s and Frontline philosophy.

b) they had been drinking - the stereotype that everyone who has a couple of pints, especially at a football match, will cause bother. The public must be protected.

c) although the isolated victim does have rights the officers will be aware that there were a hundred of more in the pub and it only takes one to kick off and cause a riot which has been evident of late. The officers, due to recent events, will have had nerves tensioned like piano wires.

d) the establishment, especially the police, will in the vast majority of cases be exonerated and supported by the system.

However please pursue the event and hopefully you will get an explanation and apology, but don't hold your breath.
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Yes it's avoidable as Jon77 says, but you shouldn't have to. As gravyboat says, you should contest it.
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You got to Leeds too late for a start. Once you open your mouth to the police then you are fighting a losing battle even if they have been out of order.
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I'm glad others have given the same response to Sea_Harrier that I was going to. The only way this sort of thing will stop happening is if there is a court judgement or legislation change which tells them they're not alowed to do it, and that will only happen if peoplle challenge it.

If things happened exactly as described then I'd have been in exactly the same position. My most recent experience was at Mansfield a few years ago where I was filmed and threatened with arrest for asking directions (no exaggeration). Fortunately there was a sensible senior officer at hand that time.
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Billy Bigsworth makes a good point.

Reason to the coppers is like a red rag to a bull.

Don't make the excuse that a few rotten apples spoil an otherwise fine harvest. If the other coppers were so good and did their job, there would be no bent coppers.

Sea Harrier, it's that kind of mentality that has led us to these times, where you can be excluded from a city, for committing no offence!

The police are only going to get more and more powers after the recent riots. How long until they can lock you up overnight because they don't like the look of you? Easily jutifiable if they thought you were going to incite a riot, or were likely to get drunk and misbehave.

Times are changing and the noose will get tighter, unless people band together and make enough noise about this craziness. I just wish it wasn't going to be a camp looking, sockless wonder leading the way.

It's a pity there are no rich people or MPs that like football. Then maybe these questions would be brought up for real, national debate.
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"I'm glad others have given the same response to Sea_Harrier that I was going to."


Buddy, what on earth are you writing? Read all my words. Nowhere do I condone the police actions and merely giving a realistic scenario to the outcome.

Why do you always assume that it is your last word that must be made gospel? You really do have a very high opinion of yourself.
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I absolutely think you should challenge it. You may find it does indeed get brushed under the carpet however if you don't contest it they have just got away with it. Raising a complaint will at the very least make sure they have to go through the motions of dealing with it. It will generate paper work. I would certainly talk to the Football Supporters Federation, I would write to the club, the West Yorkshire Police and your M.P. Amass as much evidence as you can, if possible see if the manager from the pub could support your version of the behaviour of the supporters he had foisted upon him. Even if you do not get an apology the paper work generated if everyone were to do this would moderate their actions.

I'd also want to know why an officer did not display his number, I thought this was mandatory?
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Sea_Harrier, your advice is not to bother and basically just accept it. That advice is ridiculous.

Condone or not, its that kind of attitude that allows this kind of thing to keep on happening. Just keep your head down and your mouth shut, its insanity. It should be challenged every time it happens.
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We actually used the buses that were laid on to get to the ground, as we were drinking with Leeds fans before the game, and they were getting on them. We then queued to get the bus back as well, seen as out tickets were 'return', rather than walk or pay for a cab.

The queue was massive however, and when a double-decker pulled in and went straight to a group of Boro fans that had kept back from the main queue, we jumped on that one. It took us into the city (after a very long wait) and straight to a side entrance of the station, which was surrounded on both sides by the police, and we were forced directly onto the platform where the Middlesbrough train was waiting. Well, I wasn't going back to Middlesbrough because I don't live there, which I told a policeman. Another couple of lads had actually driven and parked in the city, which one of them pointed out to the police. Both of us were shoved into the station and told we would spent the night locked-up if we didn't get on the train. It was only when I got on the platform and spoke to another policeman that we were allowed outside of the police line.
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PP I think you should make an official complaint, seems good grounds. Best case you will get an apology but I would be satisfied with an apology. I understand they have a difficult job to do but they seem to recruit in general a similar mind set of person. Lads who wernt that popular growing up and want to show their authority in every situation possible. Im not making uneducated opinions there I would say I know over 15 coppers and 11 fall into that catagory.
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That swales is a right fanny, similar thing has happened to me loads of times, hes there on behalf of cleveland police but does nowt,waste of time him being there
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gravy - that happened to me in Manchester over 15 years ago. Ridiculous it still goes on.

Harrier - what nei ssid, although you might want to slso consider how ridiculous it is to criticise someone for having a high opinion of themself.
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PP, genuinly feel for you, an official complaint would get you nowhere. I had a similar problem at Man U a few years back and Swales rattled off the same response. Coppers at footy matches can be absolute tools.
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Same happened in Sunderland last time we played them. Forced directly to the ground 3 HOURS before kick-off. The turn-styles weren't even open when we got there! I was pushed around that day as well, simply for asking - in a perfectly reasonable manner - if I could leave to meet friends who had my ticket.
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Utterly appalling.

The treatment of football fans by the authorities is an absolute disgrace.



Link: Make a complaint here....
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When u go to football matches the police and the laws change, if we were rioting they would of sat back and done nothing,i`ve been to Leeds many times and when i`ve gone on the train its been the same herded up and put in a pub and then bussed to the ground (except last season cos the council would`nt pay the o/t on new years day) and had to pay, and for nothing happening in Yates u must of had yer eyes closed and have no feeling in your feet, their was a bit of bother in their, 3 Leeds fans got swilled and had bottles and glasses flung at them, never try reasoning with the police at a football match u will never win
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Buddy,

"you might want to slso consider how ridiculous it is to criticise someone for having a high opinion of themself."



Yes I normally wouldn't criticise, but I'll make an exception in your case.
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PP go for it and Sea Harrier you would do well to remember Edmund Burkes quotation
"Evil flourishes when good men do nothing."?


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cops abuse position and power when 'serving' the public...shocker....

he was probably pi$$£d off that he wasnt selected for 3 weeks of continous overtime in london, and this ws his way of showing the 'team manager' that he was 'up for it' at the next london away team fixtures

Put a complaint in and they will 'have yer', theyre a bit narrow like that....


your not black either, PP !..


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Tough luck there Poncey fella

Next time shhhhhhhhhhh
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My blood's boiling here! I hope you don't take the cowardly advice of Sea Harrier (that's a warplane mate, maybe you should be called Two Seater Cessna) and you take this as far as you can. Absolute disgrace.
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Just wanted to add that this is a great example of why it's best to travel by car if you can, without colours, and stay away from 'designated' pubs and generally from anything that's laid on especially for football fans apart from the match itself. Once you're at the ground of course they've got you so the way out can be more of a problem. But at least you've got to the game.
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if you HAD kept your trap shut you would have seen the game though! In a situation like that where you could probably sense the police being over the top, use your brain before gobbing off
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My blood's boiling here! I hope you don't take the cowardly advice of Sea Harrier (that's a warplane mate, maybe you should be called Two Seater Cessna) and you take this as far as you can. Absolute disgrace.
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Whilst that is true, the issue is that it shouldn't be acceptable.

If you want to make your own way to the ground, you should have every right to. And you should have every right to question why you're not being allowed to, without fear of being arrested or being forced to leave the city.
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This sort of nazi control happens all the time at leeds. Shocking really. Our train from harrogate got in just after the Boro train so a lucky escape. Didnt see one copper in the station!
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Shyte the way fans are treated by plod.

Take it as far as you can, I reckon a long winded, rambling letter like that one you wrote to British Airways would do the trick.
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Take it as far as you can, I reckon a long winded, rambling letter like that one you wrote to British Airways would do the trick.

A total waste of time and should not have been so naive in continually challenging the plod
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PP
I have contact with national FSF reps, who would be very happy to advise and possibly support you through the legal process if you did want to clear your name and have this incident removed from any records. This would also include compensation for missing the game.
They have successfully taken action against local police forces, most notably Greater Manchester Police when they refused Stoke City fans, who had stopped at an pub outside of Manchester, access to Manchester and he whole bus was forced to return to Stoke.
At the very least would be happy to document your experience to demonstrate a pattern of behaviour, as it is unlikely they will only treat Boro fans in this way.
I have also dealt with PC Swales in the past and found him to very reasonable and supportive of fans.
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'A total waste of time and should not have been so naive in continually challenging the plod'

Oh dear. Another 'yes sir, no sir' conformist.

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Section 27 of the Violent Crime Reduction Act 2006

Section 27 of the Violent Crime Reduction Act 2006 is designed to prevent potential 'alcohol-related disorder' and gives the police powers to move individuals on from a specified area for up 48 hours. The police serving the order need to have good reason and evidence to support their assertion that you are likely to cause alcohol-related crime or disorder (just being in a pub is not just cause).

If you're are told to move on from the locality, the police can specify the means and route, although the law fails to define 'locality,' so they could force you to travel a considerable distance.

Note: The police have no powers to make you sign anything. If you feel you've been unfairly dealt with under S27, get the details of the officer concerned and - ideally - get it all on camera, along with the names of any witnesses.

If you want to argue the toss, ask to speak to a senior officer and put your case forward peacefully while complying with the order (i.e. walking away). If you stand your ground you're likely to be arrested and/or fined by the courts.
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Not at all Gravy

I would'nt waste my time with the issue, the Police will win hands down.

Sorry PP, you were really unlucky mate

Move on like a good QS does and don't waste your time XXXXXXing against the wind
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AS much as i think your a cock
i do even feel sorry for you with this if it is true
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Ponce you should ignore sea_harrier's moronic suggestion and pursue a complaint.

Don't let these pigs get you down mate.


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One thing that stands out as ludicrous is that the police are actually forcing people to go to the pub before the match.
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what if you were a muslim?
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One thing that stands out as ludicrous is that the police are actually forcing people to go to the pub before the match.



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Who gives a fcuk?

The lad is a fat, fanny who dresses like a clown, easy target for the Police, particularly if he's set his lip up.

Putty in the hands of the Police...


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Me and my mate got to Leeds early and just blended in and did our own thing.We saw the army of police guarding Yates's.There were six mounted officers in the vicinity to.
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I take it you called him a fat fanny to his face when you saw him yesterday?
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Didn't know who he was until I read this ridiculous post earlier.

Few of the lads were just laughing at him.
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end of the day u should know how the police are at Leeds they have been like this for years !!

PP next time just go to the match I'd doubt u would of got picked up
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The cops get nervous when the Frontline is mentioned on Boro message boards.

A mate of mine works for derbyshire police and he tells me that some of our hooligans have a very poor reputation.
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I was in Yates and at somepoint between 2 and 2.30 some nobheads threw drinks and by the sound of it glasses(I cant confirm the last bit, its just my suspicions) at some Leeds fans leaving the pub.
At that point all boro fans were asked to leave the pub.
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PP....... Lessons Learnt?.......try this one....dont speak or give the OB the time of the day, keep ye head down avoid and blank them at all times.....seems to me like you played your part....... loose lips an all that..... UTB
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it's mental really, I was on the same train but was meeting up with a mate in Leeds, we then actually went to Yates's voluntarily and we left through the police cordon with no problems but then I didn't have any colours on
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There's probably a conclusion to be drawn that trying to get 'matey' with the police, however well-intentioned, does nothing more than mark you out. PP made the mistake of acting decently but assertively if politely. If he'd have sullenly and wordlessly complied with every instruction he'd have been at the match. Talk, ask questions, 'banter', section 27. Policemen are often 'sound' enough individually but when you put them together they're a really bad influence on each other.
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I don't think he deserved anything for speaking to them so let me make this clear, I do not think you should take any blame in this pp.

One thing this has reinforced in me though, especially given the excellent advice about not reasoning with them is that I will never ever under any circumstances, arrested or not, speak to the police. Their willingness to listen to you goes as far as it takes for them to get some tiny excuse to abuse a law to move you on.

We live in a police state and the day that the police served the public are over.

Pursue this as far as you can pp, and good luck.
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People might jump on for using 'police state' as we don't have jackbooted Gestapo marching down our streets. But to me, the principles of the police state lie in arbitrary police power. This, and hundreds of cases like it, are perfect examples of the arbitrariness of the law as executed by the police. They do not have to prove an offence has been committed, but that there's a possibility of an offence being committed. And they don't really have to prove it. And why is it 'arbitrary' as opposed to just 'power'? As there's no recourse.
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I would'nt waste my time with the issue, the Police will win hands down.

Sorry PP, you were really unlucky mate

Move on like a good QS does and don't waste your time XXXXXXing against the wind

"Certainly Sir - and may I presume to ask if I might lick it clean afterwards?"
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"dont speak or give the OB the time of the day, keep ye head down avoid and blank them at all times.....seems to me like you played your part....... loose lips an all that."

Without wanting to sound like I'm putting the boot in ('cos I'm not), that's probably the best advice to away fans in this situation - i.e. don't let the b****rds have an excuse for treating you like XXXXXX. It's wrong that you can't actually question the police. As someone pointed out, when you try to reason with them, they don't like it. Probably because they then think you're a smartarse and they don't like it when someone smarter than them shows them up for the idiots that they are. It seems that some coppers sympathised with you predicament. Did they not try and reason with the idiot on a power-trip?

PP, good luck with any complaint you put in and I hope you get compensated.
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Sounds like you had a tough time yesterday , pp.

the police can be bad to you sometimes but don't worry you'll get your license back mate
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I pray that the copper involved gets eternal trots and visits the bog three times an hour for the rest of his natural. And has to ue IZAL bogpaper.
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The FSF have taken on SECTION 27 numerous times in the past and lost (Derby fans for one) unfortunately mate there is nowt you can do against this unjust and ridiculous police order, unlucky pal...

Blame it on the elected bent MP's who vote these laws in...
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ibiza_74 Posted on 30/09/2011 02:49
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It seems jam tarts have been around forever but any historical reference to jam tarts appears at the same time sugar was available for jam making (honey, though sweet is no good for making jam) and as sugar in any form was costly, the humble jam tart had a quite a status symbol. The tarts no longer carry such celebrity, and has been out of fashion for quite some time but in these straitened are making a come back.
Prep Time: 20 minutes
Cook Time: 15 minutes
Pastry Resting Time: 30 minutes
Total Time: 1 hour, 5 minutesYield: Approx 18 tarts
Ingredients:
•8 oz/250g all purpose/plain flour
•Pinch of salt
•4oz/ 100g butter, cubed or an equal mix of butter and lard
•2-3 tbsp cold water
•Strawberry or any fruit jam or lemon curd.
•A little extra butter for greasing
Preparation:
Preheat the oven to 350°F/180°C/Gas 4. Lightly grease a 12 hole tart mould with a little butter.
Make the Pastry

•Place the flour, butter and salt into a large clean bowl.
•Rub the butter into the flour with your fingertips until the mixture resembles fine breadcrumbs, working as quickly as possible to prevent the dough becoming warm.
•Add the water to the mixture and using a cold knife stir until the dough binds together, add more cold water a teaspoon at a time if the mixture is too dry.
•Wrap the dough in Saran wrap/Clingfilm and chill for a minimum of 15 minutes, up to 30 minutes.
The dough can also be made in a food processor by mixing the flour, butter and salt in the bowl of the processor on a pulse setting. When the mixture resembles breadcrumbs, add the water, slowly, through the funnel until the dough comes together in a ball. Wrap in Saran wrap/ Clingfilm and chill as above.

Assemble the Pies

•Unwrap the pastry onto a lightly floured work surface and roll to a ¼" /0.5cm thickness. Using a tart cutter or cup, cut circles from the pastry just slightly bigger than the holes in the prepared tart mould. Gently press one disc into each hole.
•Place a heaped teaspoon of jam or lemon curd into the pastry lined tins. Be careful not to overfill as the jam will spill out when hot and burn.
•Repeat until all the pastry is used up - you can squish the pastry trimmings back together and reroll several times, so don't worry, just make sure you rest the pastry circles before cooking.
•Bake in the preheated oven for 15 mins or until golden brown. Remove from the oven and leave to cool completely, do not eat while hot or you may burn your your mouth, the jam stays hot for a long time.


ibiza_74 Posted on 30/09/2011 02:50
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There are basically only four things you have to remember to achieve good Yorkshire puddings:-


1. Never use self-rising flour or any kind of raising agent or baking powder. Contrary to what you may think, it actually results in flat, soggy puddings.


2. Make sure the batter is of the right consistency (a little thicker then unwhipped double cream) and as smooth as possible. Using an electric whisk helps, but is not at all necessary.

3. Make sure the oil is VERY hot before pouring the batter into the tin. It may be easier to heat the tin containing the oil on the stove top rather than in the oven. You should aim to have about 3mm/1/8 inch of hot fat in the bottom of the tin before you add the batter.

4. Try not open the oven door for the first 10 minutes of the cooking time and after that, only enough to have a peek at what's happening if you have to. the aim is to allow the puddings to rise, brown and set so they don't collapse.

Some say batter should be left to stand for 30 minutes however this isn't really necessary, though it doesn't hurt.

Remember that a large Yorkshire often has a slightly heavier base. If you want very light and airy Yorkshires, opt for individual or popovers.

By the way - provided they are wrapped tightly once cooled, Yorkshire Puddings freeze a very well.

Happy Yorkshire Pudding making!





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This amount is enough to Make:

1 large (serves 4-6)

8 Individual (serves 4 -8)

12 Popovers (serves 4 -6)

24 Mini Yorkshires (suitable for parties)



Ingredients

2 Eggs

Approx 180ml/6fl.oz. Milk

100g/4oz Plain Flour

½ level teasp Salt

Vegetable Oil



Instructions



1. Preheat the oven to 220C, 425F, Gas mark 7. Put enough vegetable oil in a shallow baking tin (approx 20cm x 25cm/ 8x10-inches) or a 4-hole Yorkshire pudding tin or a 12-hole muffin tin to cover the base to a depth of approx 3mm/1/8 inch and place in the oven to get very hot. If roasting beef, you can use the fat from the roasting tin, made up with extra oil if necessary. (See note below)



If making mini Yorkshires, use a 24-hole mini muffin tin or 2 small 12-hole patty (bun) tins and place a scant teaspoon of oil in each hole before placing in the oven to get very hot.



2. Meanwhile, break the eggs into measuring jug, add enough milk to make it up to 300ml/10fl.oz. and whisk together.



3. Add the salt and flour and whisk until very smooth with no lumps.



4. Carefully remove the tin(s) from the oven, making sure the fat is very hot and fill as follows:-



Large Yorkshire - pour the batter into the centre of the tin, filling to 2/3rds

4 hole tin - pour the batter into the centre of the holes, filling to 2/3rds

Popovers - pour the batter into the centre of the holes, filling to half

Mini Yorkshires - pour the batter into the centre of the holes, filling to half



Return to the oven straight away and bake until well risen and golden as follows:-



Large Yorkshire - 30-40 minutes

4-hole individual Yorkshires - 20-25 minutes

Popovers - 15-20 minutes

Mini Yorkshires - 9 -12 minutes



Serve hot.



Traditionally served with Roast Beef or any Sunday Roast Dinner.



ibiza_74 Posted on 30/09/2011 02:52
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1 head cauliflower (500 grams)
300 grams fusili
200 grams cheddar cheese
120 grams ham (cooked, sliced)
50 grams plain flour
50 grams butter
1 teaspoon salt (6 grams)
1/8 teaspoon ground black pepper (0.4 grams)
1/8 teaspoon nutmeg, grated (0.2 grams)
1000 mls milk
1 1/2 teaspoon olive oil (8 mls)
Salt content: 0.3% (by weight, not counting salt in other ingredients)
Method
Preparation time: 60 minutes. See step-by-step instructions below.


Best with a salad and a glass of wine.


Step-by-Step Instructions
Here is our lovely cauliflower - straight from my local famer's market! Take off the green leaves and cut back the stem. This one should be about right for four people.
Now cut off the individual roses and wash them in cold water.
Then cut the remaining stem into 5mm thick slices - don't waste it.
Put the cauliflower into a sizeable saucepan, add some salt and about 1cm / 1/2 inch of water. Bring to a boil and steam the cauliflower with the lid closed for about 9 minutes.
In the meantime, bring the water for the pasta to a boil (you should use pasta weight x 10 amounts of water), add half of the salt and the olive oil. Add the pasta and boil until "al dente" - follow the instructions on your pasta package.
Whilst the cauliflower is steaming and your pasta is boiling, grate your cheese with a coarse grater.
Put the cauliflower into an oven-proof dish that is big enough. You can cut the roses into 2 or 3 parts if they are too big - this is especially important if you have children as they won't like large chunks of cauliflower!
When the pasta is done, drain is in a sieve and add it to the dish with the cauliflower. Distribute the pasta and the cauliflower evenly.
Now cut your ham into squares (I'm using smoked ham here, which also works well).Pre-heat the oven to 180 degrees Celsius / 350 Fahrenheit / Gas Mark 4
Time to make the white sauce. Melt the butter in a saucepan.
When the butter has melted, add the flour and stir vigorously with a whisk or a wooden spoon.
Whisk until the butter/flour mixture is nice and even and changes colour slightly.
Now add small amounts of milk, whisk again until the mixture thickens, and add more milk. You will want your hob on a fairly high setting for this and proceed quickly.
Once all the milk is added, bring to a boil again.
Add salt, pepper and nutmeg. Take it easy on the salt as we will add cheese later. Also, the ham will contain a fair amount of salt ...
Now add half the grated cheese and whisk until the cheese has dissolved. Take the saucepan off the hob.
Spread the ham on top of the cauliflower and pasta.
Then add your white sauce - distribute it evenly.
Last but not least, distribute the other half of the grated cheese on top. Put the dish into your pre-heated oven and bake for 30 minutes (or until it looks like in the picture below - don't burn it :-).
Voila - your finished cauliflower cheese. Very popular with my kids!

ibiza_74 Posted on 30/09/2011 02:53
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Ravioli is a type of Italian pasta which consists of a filling sealed between two thin layers of pasta dough. They are traditionally either square, round or half moon in shape and can vary in size from 2.5cm/1-inch to 10cm/4-inches wide.



The fillings can be any mixture of meat, poultry, fish, seafood, vegetables, herbs and other seasonings or cheese and there are even sweet versions and once the little parcels are cooked, they tend to resemble little pillows.



It is customary to serve some kind of sauce with the cooked ravioli. This can range from simple melted butter often flavoured with fresh herbs to a sauce often vegetable or cream based, depending on the filling used. There is also a long tradition of cooking and serving the ravioli in a clear broth - Al Brodo.



NB The word "ravioli" not only refers to the type of pasta but also to the finished recipe though this is usually extended e.g. "mushroom ravioli". Whilst Ravioli is a plural word i.e. referring to more than one, the singular word 'raviolo' isn’t used that often as it is very rare to only serve one due to the size.


ibiza_74 Posted on 30/09/2011 02:55
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Lemonade, that classic summer quencher, can easily be made from scratch. The best version combines a simple sugar syrup and fresh squeezed lemon juice. This recipe serves two. Here are a few easy steps to creating a refreshing pitcher of lemonade.

Difficulty:
Easy
Instructions
Things You'll Need
•1 c. sugar
•1 c. water
•1 large lemon
•16 to 20 oz. cold water
•ice
•garnishes (optional): mint sprig, lemon slice, maraschino cherry
•Groceries
•Citrus Reamer
•Juicers
•Saucepans
1.
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Make sugar syrup: Combine 1 c. sugar and 1 c. water in a saucepan and heat to boiling. Remove from heat, stir to dissolve sugar completely, and allow to cool. (You'll only use a couple of tablespoons per serving, but this is a good item to make ahead and store in the refrigerator, covered. It keeps for weeks.)

◦2
For each serving, combine the juice of half a lemon, 2 tbsp. of the sugar syrup and 8 to 10 oz. cold water in a tall glass.

◦3
Add ice and any of the garnishes (or all of them, if you're feeling festive). Serve immediately.

Tips & Warnings
•One lemon, depending on its size, will yield about 1/4 to 1/3 c. juice.

•For a quick microwave version, combine 2 tbsp. sugar and 2 tbsp. water in a tall, microwave-safe glass. Microwave on high for 1 minute. Stir to dissolve completely, cool a bit, then add fresh lemon juice, cold water and ice, if desired.

•Be extremely careful when handling hot sugar syrup. It can cause a nasty burn. A child can make the lemonade once the syrup is cooled, but an adult should do this first step.


ibiza_74 Posted on 30/09/2011 02:57
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WAFFLES RECIPE
Ingredients:


2 cup All purpose Flour
4 tsp Baking Powder
1 tsp Salt
1 tbsp Sugar
1 1/2 cup Milk
2 Eggs separated
2 tbsp Butter melted



How to make waffles recipe:
Beat the eggs whites until stiff and keep aside.
In a separate bowl, beat egg yolks till creamy.
Continue the beating, adding milk.
Mix all dry ingredients together, add slowly, beating until smooth.
Add the egg whites and melted butter.
Place 1/2 cup of batter onto a preheated, lightly greased waffle maker.
Close lid. Bake until golden about 2 minutes.
Repeat with remaining batter.


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Ingredients
This makes approximately 0.5kg (1lb) of Cheddar. The final weight will vary depending on the type of milk. For a larger quantity, adjust the ingredients accordingly. It should be pointed out that it is far more economical to make a larger quantity than the one stated here because it takes just as long to make a small cheese as a larger one.

•5 litres (1gallon) full cream milk
•1 litre (1.7pints) additional cream (optional)
•5ml (1 teaspoon) liquid starter or 5ml DVI dry starter (or half a cup of live yoghurt/live buttermilk although this is not as reliable as a commercial starter)
•3ml (half teaspoon) rennet
•10g salt
Method
Pasteurisation: Pasteurise the milk to destroy unwanted bacteria. To avoid damaging the subsequent curd, this is normally 66 OC held for 30 minutes. Cool to 21 OC.

Starter:Stir in the starter and leave the milk, covered in a warm place for about an hour so that it can acidify. Don’t leave it for much longer than this otherwise the cheese may be too dry and crumbly.

Rennet: Increase the temperature to 28 OC for goat or ewe’s milk, or to 30 OC for cow’s milk. Mix the rennet with two teaspoonfuls of previously boiled and cooled water and then stir it in. Give it another stir 5 minutes later to stop the cream collecting at the top. Cover the container and then leave the milk to set in a warm place.

Setting: (Coagulating): The curd is normally ready when it is firm to the touch, gives slightly and does not leave a milk stain on the back of the finger. Note that with vegetarian rennet, setting takes longer than with animal rennet. It also takes longer in a cooler environment.

Cutting the curd: This is where the curd is cut in order to release the liquid whey. Cut down into the curd, from top to bottom one way then cut it at right angles to form square columns. The curd is then loosened from around the walls of the pan. Unless a curd knife is available to make horizontal cuts, a palette knife can used to make diagonal cuts to break up the curd into pieces that are approximately pea-sized. Stir gently with the hand for a couple of minutes.

Scalding: Sometimes referred to as cooking, this is where the temperature of the curds and whey is raised slowly while occasional stirring of the curds takes place by hand. Gradually increase the temperature to 38 OC over the next 30-40 minutes.

Pitching: This is the process of giving the whey a final, circular stir so that it whirls round. The curds then gradually sink to the bottom and collect at a central point. Turn off the heat and leave the pan until all movement has ceased in the liquid.

Running the whey: Ladle out as much of the liquid whey as possible, then place a previously sterilised cloth over a stainless steel bucket or large basin and tip in the curds. Make the cloth into a bundle by winding one corner around the other three. This is called a Stilton knot. Place the bundle on a tray which is tilted at an angle to let the whey drain away. Leave for about 15 minutes.

Stacking or cheddaring (Texturing):Untie the bundle and the curds will be seen to have formed into a mass. Cut this into four slices and place one on top of the other then cover with the cloth. After about fifteen minutes place the outer slices of the curd on the inside of the stack, and vice versa. Repeat this process several times until the curd resembles the texture of cooked breast of chicken when it is broken open.

Milling: This is the process of cutting the curd into pea-sized pieces. Traditionally a curd mill was used for this, but it is easy to do it by hand.

Salting: Sprinkle 10g salt onto the milled curds. rolling them gently without breaking them further.

Moulding: This is the process of lining the cheese mould from the press with previously boiled cheesecloth and adding the curd until the mould is full. The corner of the cloth is then folded over the top of the cheese and it is ready for pressing.

Pressing: Once in the mould the curds have a wooden ‘follower’ placed on top so that when the mould is put into the press there is a surface on which to exert an even pressure.

Pressing cheese is essentially a process of compacting the curds while extracting the liquid whey. For the first hour, apply a light pressure so that the fats are not lost with the whey then increase it to the maximum and leave until the following day.

Next day, remove the cheese from the press, replace the cloth with a clean one and put the cheese back in the mould, upside down, and press for another 24 hours.

Drying: Remove the cheese from the press and cloth and dip it in hot water (66 OC) for one minute in order to consolidate and smooth the surface. Place it in a protected area at a temperature of 18-21 OC and leave it to dry for a day or two until a rind begins to form.

Sealing: Once the rind has formed the cheese can be sealed to prevent it becoming unduly desiccated while it is maturing. Large cheeses are sometimes bandaged but it is much easier to use cheese wax that is available from specialist suppliers.

Using a water bath, heat the wax in a pan and stir it to ensure that it is melting evenly.

Do not leave the pan unattended in case of fire! Dip the cheese into the liquid wax and coat thoroughly. It sets quickly, so rotate the cheese so that the area where your fingers are touching can also be coated. If preferred, you can paint on the wax with a paintbrush but this will probably need two coats.


Maturing: The last stage is often the all-important one. A cheese, which is tasteless and bland when freshly made, is full of flavour and body after its proper ripening period.

Leave to mature in a cool, dry place at 8 – 11 OC where it should be turned daily for the first three weeks, then on alternate days after that. For a large mild cheese, ripening should take place for at least three months. A longer period of ripening produces a more mature cheese. Smaller cheeses are usually ready after a month.


ibiza_74 Posted on 30/09/2011 03:00
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Classic Burger Recipe


Serves: 8

Ingredients

1kg minced beef (it is best not to use the lean mince as fat will help to keep the burgers moist)
1small onion, finely chopped
4tbsp fine bread crumbs
1egg, lightly beaten
1red chilli,finely chopped
1tsp salt
1tsp mustard power or mustard
1/2 tsp black pepper
2 cloves garlic, crushed


Method

Place the beef in a large bowl and add the remaining ingredients. Mix it all together until just combined. This is best done by hand but don't over-work the mixture or you'll get a tough burger.

Wet you hands then shape the mixture into burgers by flattening the mixture in your hand about 2cm or 1 inch thick and smoothing he edges.

The burgers can now be cooked either on a griddle pan, non-stick frying pan with a bit of oil, or even a barbeque. Make sure you pre-heat the fying pan, griddle pan or barbeque to a medium heat.

Cook the burgers for about 5 minutes on each side, turning them once only.

And that is the Classic Burger Recipe. You can serve the burgers in buns with salad. Enjoy...


ibiza_74 Posted on 30/09/2011 03:06
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Puff Pastry Recipe
Ingredients
170g (6oz) of plain flour
170g (6oz) of unsalted butter (or salted butter)
150ml (5fl oz) of cold water
1 tsp of lemon juice
pinch of salt
Method
Sift the flour into a large mixing bowl and add the salt and 30g (1oz) of the butter. Mix the butter into the flour with your fingertips.
Stir in the water and lemon juice and mix the ingredients together to form a soft dough.
Turn out onto a floured marble surface and knead further to make a firm and pliable dough.
Wrap the dough in clingfilm and refrigerate for 30 minutes.
Soften the butter a little and shape it into a rectangle that is 1in (2.5cm) thick.
On a floured surface, roll out the dough to a similar rectangle shape but 3 times the length and 1in (2.5cm) wider than the piece of butter.
Place the butter in the centre of the dough.
Fold up the bottom third and fold the top third of the pastry down over the butter so that it is completely covered.
Press down the edges of the dough so that they are sealed down.
Turn the dough a quarter turn clockwise.
Roll the dough out again to the original length and fold over the top and bottom as before. Seal the edges again and turn a quarter turn clockwise.
Repeat step 11 and then chill in the refrigerator for 30 minutes. The dough can be covered and protected with greaseproof paper.
Remove from the fridge and repeat the rolling, folding and turning process two more times and then chill for a final 30 minutes before either using in a recipe or freezing

ibiza_74 Posted on 30/09/2011 03:14
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Rice pudding is a good baby food recipe if you add some cooked fruit like stewed plums or stir in a little strawberry jam or golden syrup. Alternatively add some chopped dried fruits instead like dried apricots or semi-dried mango, which can be cooked together with the rice.
This is an easy strawberry rice pudding recipe.



Ingredients
50g (2 oz) pudding rice
600 ml (1 pint) milk
1 to 2 tbsp caster sugar
1/2 tsp vanilla essence



Method
Put the rice, milk and sugar in a heavy bottomed saucepan.

Bring to the boil, then reduce the heat, cover with a lid and simmer for 30 – 35 minutes, stirring occasionally.


ibiza_74 Posted on 30/09/2011 03:15
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Chocolate Cornflake Cakes
One of the easiest recipes ever and an all-time children's classic!

100g plain or milk chocolate
2tbsp golden syrup or runny honey
50g butter/margarine (not low fat spread)
75g cornflakes or other cereal
Melt the chocolate, syrup and butter together in a pan on a low heat, or in the microwave.

Stir in the cornflakes.

Spoon into 12 cake cases in a bun tin.

Put in the fridge to set.

Will keep in an air tight container for 2-3 days.


ibiza_74 Posted on 30/09/2011 03:17
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Chinese Special Fried Rice
This recipe combines a tasty mixture of chicken, prawns and vegetables with fried rice.
ingredients
serves 4
175 g (6 oz) scant 1 cup long-grain white rice
45 ml (3 tbsp) groundnut oil
350 ml (12 fl oz) 1 1/2 cups water
1 garlic clove, crushed
4 spring onions, finely chopped
115 g (4 oz) cooked chicken, diced
115 g (4 oz) cooked prawns, peeled
50 g (2 oz) frozen peas
1 egg, lightly beaten
50 g (2 oz) lettuce, shredded
30 ml (2 tbsp) light soy sauce
pinch of caster sugar
salt and ground black pepper
15 ml (1 tbsp) chopped roasted cashew nuts, to garnish

method
1. Rinse the rice in two to three changes of warm water to wash away some of the starch. Drain well.

2. Put the rice in a saucepan and add 15 ml (1 tbsp) of the oil and the water. Cover and bring to the boil, stir once, then cover and simrner for 12 - 15 minutes, until nearly all the vater has been absorbed. Turn off the heat and leave, covered, to stand for 10 minutes. Fluff up with a fork and leave to cool.

3. Heat the remaining oil in a preheated wok or frying pan, add the garlic and spring onions and stir-fry for 30 seconds.

4. Add the chicken, prawns and peas and stir-fry for 1 - 2 minutes, then add the cooked rice and stir-fry for a further 2 minutes. Pour in the egg and stir-fry until just set. Stir in the lettuce, soy sauce, sugar and seasoning.

5. Transfer to a warmed serving bowl, sprinkle with the chopped cashew nuts and serve immediately.


ibiza_74 Posted on 30/09/2011 03:18
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EGG FOO YOUNG

Read more about it at www.cooks.com/rec/view/0,1616,145186-247204,00.html
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6 eggs
1 c. bean sprouts
1/4 c. chopped onion
1/4 c. chopped celery
Salt & pepper
1 c. chopped ham, chicken or shrimp

Beat eggs, mix in remaining ingredients. Spoon out onto buttered skillet to make patties. Flip and cook on other side.


ibiza_74 Posted on 30/09/2011 03:22
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Easy Strawberry Ice Cream Recipe



1 cup heavy cream
1/2 cup milk
2 pints strawberries
1/2 cup and 1 tablespoon sugar
8 teaspoons lemon juice
1 teaspoon flour (stabilizer)
*optional (1 teaspoon vodka or other liquor)


1)Puree the strawberries. (in food processor).

2)Mix together all ingredients

3) Chill mixture in fridge or freezer and add to ice cream maker.

ibiza_74 Posted on 30/09/2011 03:24
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Beef stroganoff

Here is my favourite How to make Beef stroganoff recipe.

Ingredients:

Olive oil cooking spray
1kg beef fillet, trimmed and cut into thin strips
2 onions chopped
2 cloves of crushed garlic
400g of sliced button mushrooms
3 teaspoons corn flour or more if required to thicken
1 cup of stock
1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce
1 cup of single cream
3 tablespoons of tomato paste
1 table spoon of Dijon mustard
Half a cup of red wine
Ground salt and pepper to season

Method:

In a large frying pan, spray with olive oil, pan fry the steak until bubbling in
their own juices
Drain meat juice off and discard, add stock and simmer for 20 minutes, do not
allow the meat to boil dry, top up as required.
In a separate pan cook the onions until soft (not brown) then add the mushrooms
and continue to cook until warmed through.
Add the onion and mushroom mix to the steak and simmer on a low heat
Add the Worcestershire sauce , garlic, mustard and tomato paste, stir
in ensuring the mix doesn’t catch/burn on the bottom of the pan
Let the mix cook on a low heat, stirring every few minutes, gradually add the
wine each time you go to stir it.
The longer you leave it to cook the more tender the meat will become.
10 minutes before serving gradually add the cream and season to taste.
If your stroganoff is too watery mix the corn flour with a little cold water so it looks like
milk.
Gradually add the corn flour to the stroganoff stirring in slowly, you will see and feel
the mixture thicken, stop when the mixture is thickening.




ibiza_74 Posted on 30/09/2011 03:26
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Chicken Chasseur Recipe

Chicken is the basis of many low fat and nutritious recipes. With a choice of budget chicken through to the best organic varieties it is a food to suit every pocket. Chicken Chasseur is one tasty meal that can be created with ease for either a family or celebration meal.


Chicken
Any part of the chicken can be used for this recipe although chicken thighs seems to have more flavour than the fillet and are more suited if you wish to cook the recipe slowly.


Wine
White wine is traditionally part of the recipe for Chicken Chasseur. However, if you are serving this to children it is quite in order to leave out the white wine. Remember though that the alcohol content would have dispersed during cooking. Any white wine is suitable for this menu but if you do not have a bottle of wine in the house or do not wish to open a bottle for this recipe then purchase a small taster bottle which are widely on sale in supermarkets.
Related on Easy Dinner Recipes...
Spanish Casserole
Stir Fried Beef With Orange and Ginger
Prawn and Haddock Casserole
Turkey and Courgette Stew

Ingredients
4 chicken breast fillets cut into bite sized pieces or 8 chicken thighs
2 tablespoons of oil
1 large or 2 small onion chopped
3 garlic cloves chopped finely
1 tin of chopped tomatoes
1 glass white wine
2 tablespoons of tomato paste
1 chicken stock cube
250g button mushrooms
Fresh mixed herbs
Salt and pepper to flavour

Heat oven to 200ºC or gas number 6.


To Prepare
Heat oil in a deep based oven proof casserole dish. A cast iron dish is ideal.Brown the chicken thighs or lightly cook the breast fillets. When the chicken is lightly brown add the onions and garlic and cook slowly until the onions are clear. Add the can of tomatoes, the glass of white wine, the tomato paste and stock cube and heat through.Place the lid on and put into the preheated oven for one hour.Add the cleaned button mushrooms, the mixed herbs and replace into the oven for a further thirty minutes.Some people like a browned top to their chicken Chasseur in which case do not replace the lid of the casserole dish for the last thirty minutes of the cooking time.Season to taste and serve. Thicken with more tomato paste if required.


Accompaniments
The ideal accompaniment to chicken Chasseur would be small new potatoes and seasonal vegetables. However, with this dish being something that could be left in a slow cooker or a low oven to cook all day whilst you are at work you would not want to be preparing vegetables before eating. Either use quick cook rice or have your vegetables ready washed in your fridge so that they can be put into a steamer whilst you lay the table for dinner. There is nothing stopping you adding vegetables such as potatoes, carrots and peas to the Chicken Chasseur so that it is a complete meal ready to eat for your dinner when you arrive home after a hard days work.

ibiza_74 Posted on 30/09/2011 03:28
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Chicken Curry Recipe

Ingredients:
Chicken- 2 Lbs. (wash & cut into pieces)
Fresh green peas or green and red bellpepper- 1/4 cup
Carrot- 1 (cut into thin strips)
Small baby potatoes- 7 boiled and peeled
Onions- 2 (chopped)
Grated ginger- 1.5 inch piece
Garlic- 6 cloves (chopped)
Green chilies- 3
Coconut milk- 1 1/2 cups
- Spices -
Cinnamon- 1 piece
Bay leaves- 2
Cloves- 2
Black peppercorns- 1 tsp.
Turmeric powder- 1/2 tsp.
Garam masala powder- 1/4 tsp.
Mustard seeds- 1/2 tsp.
Ghee- 2 tablespoons
Oil- 2 tablespoons
A bunch of curry leaves (optional)
Salt to taste

Method:
1. Grind the ginger, peppercorns, turmeric powder, onions and green chilies to make a coarse paste.
2. Heat oil and ghee in a large pan and add mustard seeds. When it pops add cinnamon, bay leaves & cloves. When it turns brown add garlic and curry leaves.
3. After a few seconds add the onion, ginger and chili paste. Fry for a couple of minutes. Then add the chicken pieces and fry. Add potatoes, carrots, garam masala and salt.
4. Cover the pan and cook for 5 minutes.
5. Then pour the coconut milk and add the green peas. Cover and cook until the chicken is fully cooked.


ibiza_74 Posted on 30/09/2011 03:31
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Spaghetti Bolognese

•600g minced beef
•2 carrots (diced or grated)
•2 onions (chopped finely)
•2 cloves of garlic (crushed)
•2 sticks celery (finely diced)
•800g tinned plum tomatoes (chopped)
•150g Tomato Puree
•2 Bay Leaves
•250ml Beef Stock
•Large Glass Dry White Wine
•Dash of Worcester Sauce
•Tabasco Sauce
•Salt and pepper
•Olive Oil
•Heaped Tablespoon Oregano
•Grated Parmesan or Pecorino Romano cheese.
How to prepare

Heat a large saucepan and add the minced meat. Thoroughly brown the meat then remove it from the pan with a slotted spoon. Now set the meat aside in a colander to drain off excess fat.

Add enough olive oil to cover the base of the pan, turn down the heat and add the onions, after a few minutes they will become translucent. Add the celery and garlic. Season well with salt and pepper then add bay leaves. After a few minutes more return the drained meat to the pan and add the oregano and then the wine. You can use red wine but the flavour's better if you use white wine.

Allow the sauce to heat through then add the tomatoes, tomato puree, Worcester Sauce and Tabasco. Add the stock and the carrots. Stir well and let the sauce cook for about an hour and a half, covered and on a low heat.



ibiza_74 Posted on 30/09/2011 03:41
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How to Make Cole Slaw

Things You'll Need

•1 Head of Green Cabbage
•2 Carrots
•2 Green Onions
•1 Cup Mayonnaise
•1/4 Cup Apple-Cider Vinegar
•1/4 Cup Granulated Sugar
•1 Tsp. Prepared Mustard
•1 Tsp. Salt
•1/2 Tsp. Black Pepper
•Green Cabbage
•Carrots
•Green Onion
•Mayonnaise
•Apple-Cider Vinegar
•Sugar
•Mustard
•Salt
•Pepper
1.
◦1
Shred cabbage and carrots into a large bowl.

◦2
Chop green onions. Add onions to cabbage and carrot mix.

◦3
Mix mayonnaise, vinegar, sugar, mustard, and salt and pepper in another bowl to make the creamy dressing.

◦4
Pour the dressing over the cabbage, carrots and onions and mix well to coat the vegetables.

◦5
Transfer the cole slaw to a smaller bowl and cover it with plastic wrap.

◦6
Refrigerate at least two hours before serving.


ibiza_74 Posted on 30/09/2011 03:43
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Sandwich bread loaf VegMilk, butter and golden syrup makes this loaf particularly rich and delicious, and it keeps well too

Ingredients
20g/1oz golden syrup

25g/1oz melted butter

350ml/14fl oz warm milk

10g/½oz fresh yeast

250g/8oz plain flour, plus extra for dusting

250g/8oz strong bread flour

10g/½oz sea salt

Preparation method
1.Stir the golden syrup and melted butter into the warm milk until well combined. Crumble the yeast into a large bowl, then pour over the warm milk and stir until the yeast has dissolved.

2.Add the remaining ingredients and mix until a smooth dough forms. Cover the bowl with cling film and set aside for 5 minutes.

3.Turn the dough out onto a lightly floured work surface and knead for 10 minutes, or until smooth and elastic. Return the dough to the bowl, cover with cling film and place into a warm place for 1 hour, or until the dough has nearly doubled in size.

Technique: Kneading bread .Watch technique
2:35 mins4.Meanwhile, grease and flour a 12cm x 20cm/5in x 8in bread tin.

5.Turn the dough out onto a floured work surface again and knock back a few times. Divide equally into two pieces and shape into balls. Place the dough balls side by side in the prepared bread tin, cover with cling film and set aside to rise again, until doubled in size.

Technique: Knocking back .Watch technique
0:43 mins6.Preheat the oven to 220C/410F/Gas 7.

7.Using a sharp knife, slash the dough a few times and place into the oven immediately. After 10 minutes, reduce the heat to 180C/350F/Gas 4 and bake for a further 30 minutes, or until the bread is golden-brown. To check if the bread is done, remove from the tin and tap the bottom with your knuckles – it should sound hollow.

8.Leave the bread loaf to cool on a wire rack.


ibiza_74 Posted on 30/09/2011 03:45
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STEP ONE: Before you do anything, pick out a flat spot on your driveway. Now take your car for a drive around the neighborhood. We do this to heat the oil and make it nice and thin, so it will drain more completely from the engine block. Drive the vehicle far enough and long enough so that the temperature gauge begins to register. If you don't have a temp gauge, or if you have gauges but they're broken, turn on the heater and drive until your feet get toasty. The engine is now warm. Park it in your pre-chosen spot.

STEP TWO: Turn off the engine, put the car in gear, and set the parking brake firmly. For safety, block the tires with several bricks or large rocks. Go in the house and put on your dirty clothes and cap. Come out and line up your tools.

Now slide under the car and locate the oil drain plug. If there isn't enough room to slide under, you may have to jack up the car to get beneath it. Raise the car with a hydraulic pump and settle it on jackstands. CAUTION: Never get under a car held aloft only by a jack. Always use jackstands.

O.K., now locate the drain plug. It should be about the closest thing to the ground, a fairly large nut with a slim washer under it. Sometimes it will even be labeled "drain plug." (Caution: Make sure you're not looking at the transmission drain plug. It's usually a larger nut. If not sure, feel the metal around it. The metal around the engine oil plug should be a lot hotter than around the trans plug. If still not sure, call a friend.) Find your socket set and pull out several sockets that look about the same size as the nut until you find one that fits over it.

STEP THREE: If you have them, put on your surgical gloves to keep your hands clean. Grab the socket wrench and put the correct-sized socket on it. Place it over the nut and turn it counter-clockwise. It won't budge? Try again -- really put some force into it this time. If it still won't dislodge after several tries, locate the same sized closed-end wrench and use that instead. After you get the nut cracked, work it slightly loose with your fingers. Not too loose, though -- you don't want oil all over the place.

STEP FOUR: Now take the newspaper and spread it under the car. Make sure to cover where the oil filter sticks out, because it drips after removal. Look up into the engine. See the oil filter? It looks like a miniature, upside-down version of the mountain from "Close Encounters of the Third Kind." Get the drain pan (or kitchen basin, or kid's pail) and slide it under the drain plug. Position it so the stream hits it just right (if the plug points to the side and not straight down, the oil will shoot out sideways like from a fire hydrant). Loosen the plug and set it aside. Most of the oil will drain in about two minutes.

STEP FIVE: Locate the oil filter wrench. Take the socket off the socket wrench and set it next to the drain plug. Slip the oil filter wrench onto the socket wrench. You'll probably want to use the short extension, too. The oil filter wrench is like a round dog collar that only chokes in one direction. Set it up to "grab" or "choke" counterclockwise. Slip it over the oil filter and give it a tug. It shouldn't be that tight. When you feel it give, loosen it a little more, then slide the wrench off and do the rest by hand. Careful -- it has hot oil in it! Make sure your face is not under it. Remove it all the way and pour the contents into the drain pan. Set the used oil filter right-side-up on the newspaper.

STEP SIX: Slide out, open the hood (if you haven't already) and remove the oil filler cap. Set it aside. This will help the oil drain a little easier. O.K., take a breather.

Now, here's the deal. If you're in a hurry, you can dive right in and finish the oil change. But think about it. Drops of dirty oil are still dripping down. Personally, we like to give it a good hour to drain completely. They don't do that in the quick-lube places. If you have the time, peel off your gloves and take a break. Grab a bite, drink some soda, watch the tube.

STEP SEVEN: O.K., you're back. Put your gloves on and get to work. Before you thread the new oil filter in place, dip a finger into the drain pan and coat the rubber gasket on the bottom of the filter with oil, and set it aside. This will help it seat better against the engine block. With a clean rag, wipe off the round metal circle on the engine where the oil filter fits, then thread the new filter onto the post. When it's finger-tight, either tighten it by hand if you're strong enough (it takes about one-half to three-quarters of a turn, no more: read the instructions on the filter), or flip the oil filter wrench over on the socket wrench and tighten it that way.

STEP EIGHT: We recommend using a new sealing washer on the drain plug. Put the washer in place and thread the drain plug back into its hole. Scooch it up tight with the socket set, but not so tight that you can't get it off the next time (remember your struggles earlier; better to have it snug but not stripped.) Now take the oil drain pan and the empty milk bottle and the funnel. If you have a friend, have him hold the bottle while you pour the oil into it. When most of the oil has found the bottom of the bottle, seal it with the lid, then wipe out the inside of the funnel with a clean rag. (We sometimes prop the drain pan against a wall and let it continue to drip into the bottle while we do the next step. You'll need an extra funnel to do this.)

STEP NINE: Set the cleaned funnel into the oil filler hole and pour in as many quarts as the manufacturer recommends. As the oil fills, begin cleaning up. Throw the newspapers in the trash and wipe down all your tools. Discard the empty oil containers in a recycling bin. After the oil is all in, twist the oil cap back on and check the dipstick for oil level, just to make sure. Take the old oil filter, place it in the Ziploc bag, and seal it.

STEP TEN: Start the engine and let it idle for about five minutes, looking for leaks. Place the milk container and the Ziploc bag in a box, and set it somewhere in the car where it can't tip over. Drive to the nearest oil recycling center (as we discussed, most of the national chains, such as Econo Lube N' Tune, Jiffylube, Grease Monkey, etc., will take your old oil and filters). Take a last look underneath for leaks.


celestial_teapot Posted on 30/09/2011 04:03
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Beer bottle sex shocker

SFW as in the opposite of NSFW


Link: ...has sex with beer bottle

borotosh Posted on 30/09/2011 04:21
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Is there an easy way to go to the last posted message?[?]

ibiza_74 Posted on 30/09/2011 05:33
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MARRIAGE IN MEXICO

Congratulations on your engagement! Here's what you need to know to make the marriage legal in the Federal District of Mexico City.

The following are the requirements for marriage in the Federal District (Mexico City). However, marriage requirements prevailing in the thirty-one states of Mexico are in general very similar to those of the Federal District.

Legal Requirements

Consent: People under the age of 18 may not get married in Mexico without parental consent. With parental consent, boys have to be at least 16 and girls need to be at least 14 years of age.

Foreigners Getting Married to Foreigners: You don't need to be resident in Mexico in order to get married there, you'll just need a passport and your tourist permit, plus some other paperwork (see below). If you plan to get married to a Mexican in Mexico, you will need additional documentation.

Chest X-rays and Blood Tests: hese must be done locally in Mexico, as the results of the blood tests and the X-ray documentation must be in Spanish and the tests need to be done within a certain time frame of the Marriage Application Form being completed. Not all states require the Chest X-rays. Check locally.
Four Witnesses: You will need to have 4 witnesses present at the legal ceremony, and they must have valid identification (Passport).
Validity Outside of Mexico: Your Marriage Certificate will be valid world-wide, BUT you should get your certificate 'legalised' in Mexico to ensure it is legally accepted when you get back home. The process is the reverse of getting your Native documentation legalised by the necessary authorities (e.g. Foreign Office) for marriage in Mexico (see below); The registry office in Mexico will tell you where this can be done locally.

Required Legal Documents

An American or other foreigner wishing to be married in Mexico must present to the appropriate Civil Registry certain documents described in the paragraphs below. All documents from the U.S., except for the valid U.S. passport, must be authenticated by an American authority (usually the Secretary of State), from the state where they originated, who attaches an "Apostille" to the documents listed below.

Important! ALL Foreign documents listed below (with the exception of your passport) will need to be:

Translated into Spanish;
Notarised by your nearest Mexican Consulate and;
Be 'Legalised' in the country where you live by the appropriate organisation or authorities. (In the UK the Foreign Office undertakes this task; link to the Legalisation page the on the Foreign Office's web site for details about obtaining this service).
Marriage Application Forms: These forms are attained from the local registry office in Mexico. You will need to specify whether you will get married under joint or separate property on this form.
Passport: Full Passport, valid for at least 6 months and a copy of same (both the bride and groom).
Travel Permits: Original copies of the tourist permit which was completed at the port of entry or other resident permit (visa, FM3, FM2, etc)
Birth Certificates: These will need to be certified and translated by an approved translator. Contact your nearest Mexican Consulate for more details.
Divorce Decree / Death Certificate: If either or both persons were previously married, then copies of Divorce Decree/ Death Certificate, if applicable (see Previously Married) will be required for presentation.
Chest X-Rays: The Plates from the Chest X-rays (Get these in Mexico)
Blood Test Results: Written results of the blood test, written in Spanish (Get blood test done in Mexico). Again, these must be done locally in Mexico, as the results of the blood tests and the X-ray documentation must be in Spanish and the tests need to be done within a certain time frame of the Marriage Application Form being completed. Not all states require the Chest X-rays. Check locally.


The Marriage Process

11. In Mexico, only civil marriage is recognized as legal. Persons wishing to do so may also have a religious ceremony, but it has no legal effect and does not replace in any way the legal binding civil marriage. A civil wedding in Mexico is fully valid for legal purpose in the U.S.

12. Civil marriages are performed by the Civil Registry of each municipality (Registro Civil). The address of the main office of Mexico City's Civil Registry is:

Oficina del Registro Civil
Arcos de Belen y Doctor Andrade
06720 Mexico, D.F.
tel. (011-52-5) 578-7140

13. Marriages are performed without charge at the premises of the "Registro Civil". They may also be performed elsewhere, but in this case a fee is charged which should be ascertained from the "Registro Civil".

14. Foreigners are not subject to a residence requirement but will have to identify themselves by a presentation of their tourist cards and of a valid passport and a copy of their birth certificates authenticated and translated as described above. Foreigners planning to marry a Mexican citizen should pay particular attention to the special requirements listed in paragraph below.

15. Persons previously married must present proof of the termination of that marriage in the form of a divorce decree or death certificate. If the divorce or death took place outside of Mexico, it must be authenticated and translated into Spanish. Divorced people cannot marry in Mexico until one year after the termination of the divorce.

16. If either party is widowed, the death certificate of the deceased spouse will be needed as part of the documentation requirements.



If you plan to marry a Mexican National in Mexico, you'll need to fulfil some additional requirements:

17. In addition to all of the above documentation, you will need to obtain permission from the "Secretaria de Gobernacion - Oficina de Migracion" where for a fee of around US$200/£130 you'll need to acquire a permit to marry a Mexican national. The document is known as "Permiso para contraer matrimonio con un nacional".

18. The office issuing this permit must be the same office that has jurisdiction over the area where the marriage is to take place - so check beforehand!

19. This process can take from two days to two weeks, depending on the State and the people at the local government office: be prepared to be patient if you have to! Foreigners wishing to marry a Mexican citizen must first obtain permission to do so from the "Instituto Nacional de Migración" Secretaria de Gobernación (Ministry of Interior).



Marriage Fees

20. You will need to pay your Marriage License fee (approx £20/US$30*), allow the waiting period to go by (anything from 30 minutes to a few days, depending on the State), and then the ceremony can take place and the marriage will be legal.

21. The least expensive option is to have the ceremony performed at the Local Registry Office. For a further fee, you can arrange for the ceremony to take place elsewhere (hotel, beach, colonial mansion, etc). You will need to make further arrangements with all parties involved, or instruct your Wedding Planner to arrange this on your behalf.

22. Once the civil ceremony has been completed, you will need to obtain a certified copy of the marriage certificate (Acta de Matrimonio). This will prove that you have been legally wed in accordance with Mexican law, and the marriage will be recognised just about everywhere in the world where it can be, including the USA, Canada, United Kingdom / EU.

23. Word is, that local authorities in Cancun are charging foreigners a disproportionate fee of US$600 (£420) for a permit to get married there (locals pay around US$30/£20).

Church Weddings: Are very difficult to arrange here for a variety of reasons, Firstly, the Mexican government recognizes only civil weddings; Secondly, the Roman Catholic Church (which predominates in this country)requires compliance with many formalities, which have proven be cumbersome in most cases. The civil judge, however, has no problem with a minister or lay person being present and speaking at the ceremony, on several occasions, protestant ministers (usually Presbyterian) have read from the bible, etc.

If you would like to get married in a church in Mexico, this can be arranged, although additional planning and fees will be required.


ibiza_74 Posted on 30/09/2011 05:34
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The Legal Requirements

The wedding ceremony will be conducted in English and all paperwork including the Marriage Certificate, which is fully recognised in the United Kingdom, will be issued in English. Two witnesses will be required in accordance with Cyprus Law. We will be only too pleased to provide witnesses should the happy couple require this. Marriage In Cyprus will take care of you at all times. It is always best at the time of the registration to order an extra copy of the marriage certificate.

Both Bride and Groom should be in Cyprus for at least 3 working days before the wedding. However, as long as we have checked your paperwork in advance, the three day rule does not always apply. We do recommend that you book a two-week holiday so that the wedding preparations can go smoothly, but a one-week holiday can also be accommodated.


You will need to have the following ORIGINAL DOCUMENTS (photocopies are not accepted). Failure to provide these original documents will result in your wedding being cancelled:

UK Citizens

•Birth Certificates.
•Adoption Certificates (if applicable).
•Passports (Full 10 year passports with at least 3 months remaining following your return date.)
•A sworn affidavit signed by a Solicitor or Notary Public, indicating you are single and free to be married. This must have an official stamp and be valid for 3 - 6 months. It is best obtained 8 to 12 weeks before your wedding date. Please send a copy of this to us as soon as you have it so we can check it out and put your mind at rest.
Important: Please make sure that the document carries the wording “Solicitor" or "Notary Public”. If it is on headed company paper, the header must carry the wording "Solicitor" or "Notary Public". The stamp itself must also state the word “Solicitor" or "Notary Public”. Without this the document will not be accepted.



◦Scottish and Welsh citizens may also obtain a "Certificate of No Impediment" from the District Registrar.
◦For Catholic Church weddings you will also need a pre-marital enquiry/freedom to marry paper (issued by the Church through your local priest) and your baptism records. These must be sent from your local Priest to your Regional Bishop, who, upon receipt of these items, will forward them on to a Nicosia address which will be supplied. We have a special form which will assist you.


•Decree Absolute (in the case of divorced individuals).
•Death Certificate (only in the case of widows or widowers).
•Change of Name records should this apply. (These must be stamped by a solicitor.)
•At least one Baptism Certificate will be required for church weddings.
Non-UK Citizens

•If you are from a country other than the United Kingdom, it may be necessary for you to have your papers stamped by various ministries in your own country. Each country has different regulations and different departments dealing with these matters. You may need an Apostille Seal, please telephone your embassy in order to find out where to obtain this special seal. After your wedding, you may also be required to visit your country's embassy and the Ministry of Justice here in Cyprus in order to have the papers stamped with the Apostille Seal. Therefore, it would be best to have at least 3 to 4 days after your wedding to obtain these stamps and papers.
•Irish passport holders will need a “Certificat de Coutume” obtained from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Ireland or the Irish Embassy in London. This certificate is valid for 120 days from the date of issue.
It is the client's responsibility to bring all ORIGINAL documentation.

You will also need either a Special Licence or a Form B Licence. These are a permits, issued by the Ministry of the Interior of Cyprus, that allow couples to be married on the island. The Special Form B is required for a marriage outside of the Municipality Office, i.e. in a church or an hotel. All the original documents mentioned above are needed in order to obtain your special licence and Marriage In Cyprus will provide transport and escort, free of charge, to obtain this

You must be over 18 years of age.




Other Information

Once married, a certified copy of the marriage certificate is sent to the Ministry of Interior in Cyprus for their records. A second copy is sent to the British High Commission in Nicosia.

Any future copies should be obtained via the relevant municipality where the marriage registration took place, stating the name of the bride and groom and the date and venue of the marriage. It is advised that each couple obtain two true copies of the wedding certificate at the time of registration.

We retain the services of an English lawyer, who will be happy to contact you should you wish her to draw up the correct papers (i.e. your sworn affidavits/declarations). She will do this for a very modest fee. Please contact us for further details.

Church weddings carry a cancellation fee of approx. €265

Ceremonies are generally not available on Saturday, Sunday or Public Holidays. However, some hotels and churches may perform a wedding on a Saturday at our request.

Once you arrive at your resort your wedding co-ordinator will contact you.


ibiza_74 Posted on 30/09/2011 05:37
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Residency Stay
UK residences that wish to marry in Jamaica can do so after only a 24 hours period of arrival on the Island providing a marriage licence has already been granted and all the necessary documentation is available. No blood tests are required to marry in Jamaica.

Marriage Ceremony
The Law in Jamaica states that marriage ceremonies must be performed before 8.00pm and two witnesses are required to be on hand to sign the marriage certificate. Weddings are held every day on the island.

Civil Ceremony
Miles of deserted beach areas, beautiful landscapes with exotic and dazzling colours certainly makes an impressive backdrop to a civil ceremony in Jamaica.

Registrars Offices
If you are planning on having a beach wedding in Jamaica the Registrar's Office will have to be contacted for specific rules regarding planning. They will also provide information regarding marriage licenses and marriage certificates.

The Ministry of National Security
Mutual Life Building
2 Oxford Road
Kingston 5
Jamaica

Non-denominational Marriage Officers who officiate will also be able to provide your witnesses if you do not have your own. Expect to pay anything from $50 to $250.00 depending on your requirements.




Obtaining your Marriage License
You will need to apply to the Ministry of National Security for your marriage licence. If you have a wedding coordinator they could do this for you as it can take up to six weeks for the licence to arrive. The cost of the Jamaican marriage licence is approximately US $80.

All of the following documentation is required. They must be either originals or notarised copies and in English:

•Full names of the bride and groom.
•Full names of the parents from both the bride and the groom.
•Birth certificates of the bride and groom. (Certificate must include father’s name).
•Passports of the bride and groom.
•Occupation of bride and groom.
•Divorce paper(s) (if applicable).
•Written consent from parents if under 18.
•Certified copy of Death Certificate(s) (if applicable).
•Change of Name Deed (is applicable).
•Adoption Certificate (if adopted).
For Italian nationals who get married in Jamaica they must notify their embassy and forward a certified copy of their marriage certificate for translation and to be legalised.

French Canadians will need a notarised translated copy of all documents as well photocopies of the original French documents.

US and Canadian citizens are not required to produce a passport but will need a birth certificate or proof of citizenship with a photo ID.


ibiza_74 Posted on 30/09/2011 05:38
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Residency Stay
You must normally be resident in the Seychelles for at least 11 days prior to getting married. However if you apply for a Special License you only need be resident 3 days before the date of your wedding in order to complete the necessary formalities.

UK residents wishing to marry in the Seychelles can have either a Civil Ceremony or a Religious Ceremony.

Civil Ceremony
A marriage conducted as a Civil Ceremony is legally recognised under Seychelles law and therefore legally recognised under UK law. To arrange a Civil Ceremony you will need to contact the Civil Status Office at least 11 days in advance of your intended wedding date, this is to enable Banns to be read. However if you intend to apply for a Special License you only need be resident for 3 days as they are normally issued two days after the application has been made, and you will be able to marry straight away. As of December 2006, the Seychelles Tourism Board say the cost of a Special License currently stands at SCR100 (however the cost maybe subject to change).

Civil Ceremonies are conducted by a Civil Status Officer at the local Civil Status Office on either Wednesday or Thursday between the hours of 9am - 11am.

If you would like to marry in another location such as a hotel, beach, yacht or garden perhaps, it must be deemed private and be an authorised place to hold weddings. You should consult with your Civil Registrar to ensure your chosen venue is appropriate. If you are having a hotel wedding ceremony check with the hotel whether they can guarantee only one wedding per day at the resort. This will mean you don’t have to then share your special day with another wedding party.

Couples considering holding their Civil Ceremony in an alternative location other than the local Civil Status Office will be expected to pay additional fees. These fees include the cost of performing the ceremony and the travel costs for the Registrar. The travel costs will vary depending on whether you marry in the Inner Islands or Outer Islands.

Couples will incur further fees if they wish to marry after the hours of 5pm on a weekday or anytime on a Saturday or Sunday. As of December 2006, the Seychelles Tourism Board say the fee currently stands at SCR700 (however the cost maybe subject to change), which includes marrying outside the Civil Status Office.

Witnesses
Two witnesses are requires to be present throughout the proceedings.

Religious Ceremony
It is possible to have either an Anglican or Catholic Wedding in The Seychelles however although possible these types of religious ceremony are discouraged by Seychelles Civil Authorities. If you do wish to hold a religious ceremony you will need to submit the necessary paperwork 3 months in advance of your intended wedding date. You will need to contact either the Catholic Church or the Anglican Church in Victoria, Mahé and contact your local church for further details.

Before you can have a religious wedding you must first have had a Civil Wedding, this can either be performed in the Seychelles or back home in the UK. It would be easier and reduce the amount of red-tape you experience considerably should you choose to marry back home.

Basic Documentation
If you intend to marry in the Seychelles you will need the following documentation:

•Original birth certificate or certified copy.
•A copy of the first 2 pages of a valid 10-year passport.
•If divorced a Decree of Absolute.
•If widowed a spouses death certificate along with the previous marriage certificate.
•A Certificate of non-impediment. The certificate can be obtained from your local register office and will be received approximately 15 days after your application. If you are unable to obtain a Certificate of non-impediment then you will need to swear and sign an affidavit in the Seychelles stating that you are both single and free to marry.
•If you have changed your name by Deed Poll or you were adapted, proof of this needs to be presented of which must be authenticated by a notary or solicitor. Legal proof must also be supplied by married women who have reverted back to her maiden name.
•You must both be 18 years or older to marry. If a girl is under 18 years of age she will need written consent from your father. However if her parents are not married then written consent from her mother will be acceptable.



When you arrive in the Seychelles you should have either the originals or certified copies with you.

Marriage License
You should allow two months in order to obtain and process the necessary paperwork for you to granted a Marriage License, otherwise you should apply for a Special License. Please contact the Seychelles Civil Status Office for further details on how to obtain a Marriage License.

Marriage Certificate
You will be issued with a Marriage Certificate after the Civil Ceremony has been performed. Although your marriage in the Seychelles is legally binding you will not be able to register it back in the UK.


ibiza_74 Posted on 30/09/2011 05:39
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Residency Stay
It has no residency requirement.

Basic documentation
UK residents can marry in Las Vegas provided you have the appropriate documentation:

•Complete a marriage license application. You will both need to be present in order to obtain the license.
•A valid 10-year passport
•A birth certificate
•Decree Absolute (the final divorce paper, if applicable)
•Death Certificate (if you are a widow or widower)
•Change of Name Deed (required if you have changed your name)
•Written consent from your parents or guardians (if either of you are under 18 years of age). If consent is given by a guardian, they must provide legal proof of guardianship.




ibiza_74 Posted on 30/09/2011 05:40
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When planning your Hawaii wedding here are the following things to bear in mind:




Residency Stay
It has no residency requirement, however it may take up to two working days to process some of the necessary paper work.

Basic documentation
UK residents can marry in the State of Hawaii provided they have the appropriate documentation:

•Complete a marriage license application. You will both need to be present in order to obtain the license.
•A valid 10-year passport
•A birth certificate
•Decree Absolute (the final divorce paper, if applicable)
•Death Certificate (if you are a widow or widower)
•Change of Name Deed (required if you have changed your name)
•To marry partners must be at least 16. Written consent from your parents or guardians is needed (if either of you are under 18 years of age).



Marriage License
The marriage license is valid for up to 30 days from the date of issue, provided an authorised person performs the marriage in the State of Hawaii. A fee must be paid in cash upon application of the marriage license.

Obtaining your Marriage Certificate
After the marriage ceremony has been performed your marriage officiant will prepare and file your marriage certificate with the Department of Health. A certified copy of your Marriage Certificate will be mailed to you (60 -120days) after your wedding ceremony. If you wish to receive the certificate sooner you should inform your marriage officiant and contact the Department of health in advance of your wedding day.

Depositing the Marriage Certificate
Although your marriage will be legal in the UK, as it will have been performed under the State of Hawaii marriage laws, your marriage cannot be registered here in the UK. Unless one of the couple is a serving member of, or is attached to, the British Armed Forces at the time of the marriage. This should be discussed with the Forces prior to the marriage-taking place.

If however this is not the case provided one or both of you is a British citizen a record can be created for your overseas marriage by depositing the marriage certificate in the General Register Office (GRO). This record can be created at anytime after your marriage ceremony. In order to do this you will need to contact the GRO in the UK and the British Embassy in Los Angeles, in advance, and state that you wish to deposit your marriage certificate with the GRO.

The marriage certificate must first be sent from State Department of Health in Honolulu to the British Embassy in Los Angeles. The British Consular General will then forward the certificate on with an accompanying note to the General Register Office in the UK. Once the documents have been received by the GRO you will be notified of their receipt. The documents are then held with the GRO from there onwards and a copy of your marriage certificate can be requested should the need arise.


ibiza_74 Posted on 30/09/2011 05:41
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UK residents wishing to marry in Mauritius can have either a Civil Ceremony or a Religious Ceremony.




Residency Stay
To have a Civil Ceremony you only need be resident 24 hours before the wedding is to be performed. However it would be better to arrive at least 3 days before the wedding in order to complete the necessary formalities in good time. You should check the period of stay with the civil status office as this can vary.

If you intend to have a Religious Ceremony you are required to be resident for at least one week in Mauritius, provided that your complete wedding document has reached us one month prior to the wedding date. If you plan to get married at the hotel where you are staying, most require you to stay for a minimum of 7 nights.

Civil Ceremony
Before you fly out to Mauritius first you will need to apply for a Certificate of Non-residence. This can be obtained in advance by sending a request to the Registrar of Civil Status at least one month before your intended wedding date. When making the request it must be accompanied with copies of both couples full birth certificates and a copy of the first three pages of your passports, as well as any relevant divorce/death documentation. The certificate is issued by the Prime Minister's Office in Port Louis, so you should allow a minimum of 10 days for the processing of your paperwork before your wedding date.

You should enquire as to any other relevant documentation that maybe needed on application of your Certificate of Non-residence.

On arrival to Mauritius you will need to visit the Civil Status Office ensure you have all your original basic documents with you otherwise you will not be able to collect the non-residence certificate. You must then swear an affidavit before a judge in chambers in Port Louis. The Civil wedding may then be celebrated one day after the publication of your marriage banns, providing you have agreed a time and location with the Registrar. Weddings can be held any working day, Monday to Friday, excluding Public Holidays.

Civil Ceremonies are conducted by a Civil Status Officer commonly at the local register office or hotel, where the couple are staying or a beach.

If you are having a hotel wedding ceremony check with the hotel whether they can guarantee only one wedding per day at the resort. This will mean you don't have to share your special day with another wedding party.

The ceremony lasts between 20-30 minutes after which you will receive your Wedding Certificate. Clarify with the Civil Status Office to ensure that your Wedding will be registered in Mauritius and in doing so will be legal back home in the UK.

Witnesses
Two witnesses are requires to be present throughout the proceedings.

Religious Ceremony
If you wish to have a Religious Ceremony you are required to be resident on the island a minimum of 15 days prior to the ceremony taking place.

It is possible to have either an Anglican or Catholic Wedding in Mauritius, however although Catholic weddings are possible they are very difficult to arrange for non-Mauritians.

Before you can have a religious wedding you must first have had a Civil Wedding (this may also be referred to as a standard wedding), this can either be performed in Mauritius or back home in the UK. However it would be easier and reduce the amount of red-tape you experience considerably should you choose to marry back home.

Restrictions
If either you or your partner have been divorced then it will not be possible for you to have a Religious Ceremony.

Anglican Wedding
If you wish to have an Anglican wedding you should contact your local parish minister in the UK and the minister who is to perform the ceremony in Mauritius to help you prepare the required documents. You will need copies of the following documents:

•Confirmation certificate.
•Certificate of No Impediment from your local Register Office in the UK .
•Wedding Certificate (this can either be obtained in advance in Mauritius or back home in the UK).


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You should allow plenty of time to obtain the necessary documents and enquire as to whether there are any further conditions that need to be met.

Be prepared to visit the church in Mauritius and meet with the minister where you intend to marry at least once before your wedding day, to discuss wedding arrangements.

Catholic Weddings
If you wish to have a Catholic Wedding you should contact your local parish priest in the UK and the Port Louis Diocese in Mauritius to help you prepare the required documents. You will need copies of the following documents:

•Confirmation certificate.
•Certificate of No Impediment from your local Register Office in the UK.
•Wedding Certificate (this can either be obtained in advance in Mauritius or back home in the UK).
•An authorised letter from your local parish priest in the UK testifying of your request to marry in Mauritius.
You should allow plenty of time to obtain the necessary documents and enquire as to whether there are any further conditions that need to be met.

You will be asked to visit the church in Mauritius and meet with the Priest where you intend to marry at least once before your wedding day, to discuss wedding arrangements.

The Religious wedding whether it is Anglican or Catholic can be performed any working day, Monday to Friday, but not during the 40 day Lent period, prior to Easter. A Religious Ceremonies takes approximately one hour to perform.

Witnesses
The Religious ceremony requires the presence of at least two witnesses.

Basic Documentation
If you intend to marry in Mauritius you will need the following documentation:

•A birth certificate.
•A valid 10-year passport.
•If divorced1 a Decree of Absolute.
•If widowed a spouses death certificate along with the previous marriage certificate.
•If you have changed your name by Deed Poll or you were adapted, proof of this needs to be presented of which must be authenticated by a notary or solicitor.
•Written consent from your parents or guardians (if either of you are under 18 years of age) in the form of an affidavit authorised by a notary or solicitor.
Photocopies of the above documents should be sent out in advance to the Civil Status Office and you should present the originals on your arrival, in Port Louis, Mauritius.

1 Divorced women intending to marry in Mauritius less than ten months after their divorce has been finalised will need a local doctor's certificate of non-pregnancy.


ibiza_74 Posted on 30/09/2011 05:43
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UK residences wishing to marry in Thailand can do so provided all the necessary paperwork has been completed beforehand.

Marriage Ceremony
There is a great deal of flexibility with where couples can hold their marriage ceremony such as the District Office, a white sandy beach, a garden, a church or perhaps even a Buddhist temple. However, only a Civil Ceremony which has been registered with the Registrar at the District Office (Amphur Office) will be legally recognised under Thai Law, and therefore be legal under UK law. So, if you are planning a religious ceremony you should arrange for it to take place only after the Civil Ceremony has been preformed.




Residency Stay
You will need to arrive 3-5 days before your wedding day to finalise all the paperwork. It might be advisable to hire the services of a lawyer, who is familiar with the marriage proceedings in Thailand, this can often help speed up the process, particularly when it comes to the need for translation.

Basic Documentation
The basic documents you will require include:

•A 30-day tourist visa.
•A valid 10-year passport.
•An original full birth certificate.
•Decree Absolute (the final divorce paper, if applicable).
•Death Certificate (if you are a widow or widower).
•Change of Name Deed (required if you have changed your name).
•Adoption certificate (if applicable).
•If either of you are under 17 years of age you will need to be granted permission from the court in order to marry.


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You should travel will both a copy and the original documents listed above – carry them in separate bags.. just in case!

Obtaining your Marriage License
On arriving in Bangkok you and your partner must visit the British Embassy in person and make an affidavit, declaring that you are both single and free to marry. You will need to bring your documents with you. The affidavit should then be translated into the Thai language. The Embassy are unable to translate the affidavit, however either your tour operator could arrange this or a lawyer. Once the document has been translated the original affidavit, along with the translation, should be brought back to the embassy where they can be notarised by a Consulate Official.

The signature of the Consulate, on both the affidavit and the translation, must be authenticated by the appropriate officials at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Once this is done the Ministry of Foreign Affairs will issue you will a marriage license which enables you to marry in any District Office in Thailand. You will need to pay administrative fees to both the British Embassy and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for the use of their services.

Obtaining your Marriage Certificate
Once you have your marriage license you can visit any District Office and submit your license along with your other documents to the Registrar. The Registrar will then register your marriage and issue you with a Marriage Certificate in Thai. You should make arrangements to have an interpreter present if you or your partner do not speak Thai.

Following the registration of your marriage you should inquire as to how the Marriage Certificate can be properly authenticated. Once the document has been authenticated you will also need to provide a translation of the marriage certificate in English. (If you are getting married with the help of a wedding planner this will often be included in the service, or will be offered for a fee). You marriage certificate can then be given to the British Embassy in Thailand, who in turn will forward the certificate to the Registrar General in the UK, nearest to where you both live.

Your marriage will not be registered in the UK, your marriage certificate will simply be deposited for their records, and consequently your original marriage certificate will not be returned to you. This in no way makes your marriage in invalid. Should you both need your marriage certificate in the future the General Register Office can issue you with a copy.


ibiza_74 Posted on 30/09/2011 05:43
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UK residents wishing to marry in Kenya can have either a Civil Ceremony or a Religious Ceremony.




Civil Ceremony
Civil Ceremonies can be held at the local Register Office or any other venue provided it has a Special License. If you are considering holding your Civil Ceremony in a venue other than a Register Office you should enquire before hand to ensure they have a Special Licence to avoid disappointment. You are required to have two witnesses present throughout the ceremony.

Religious Ceremony
There are a number of different types of Religious Ceremony, which are recognised under Kenyan law, including Christian, Islamic, Hindu and Traditional African weddings. However although Hindu, Islamic and African weddings are valid the Registrar does not usually record them. A Marriage Certificate would be issued at the end of the ceremony in the case of a Hindu or Islamic marriage ceremony, and affidavits sworn in the case of African customary marriage.

If you are particular interested in having either a Hindu, Islamic or African wedding you should contact the Registrar of Marriages for further information with regards how the marriage might be registered in Kenya.

If you wish to have a Church Ceremony then you should contact the church where you wish to get married in Kenya to enquire about the necessary religious paperwork. You should also contact you local minister for guidance.

All non-Africans wishing to get married in church must do so under Cap 150, The Marriage Act, as the African Christian Marriage and Divorce, Cap151 which most churches use (in Kenya) is not applicable to non-Africans.

Therefore if non-Africans subsequently marry under the Marriage Act Cap 151, their marriage will be null and void. Church Ceremonies also require the presence of two witnesses throughout the ceremony.

A couple would normally be asked to give Notice of their intention to marry under the Marriage Act, Cap 150 at both the church where they intend to marry and the Office of the Registrar of Marriages. The Notice period is for 21 days after which time they would be issued with a Registrar's Certificate, however this is not feasible for most UK citizens who intend to fly out to Kenya a few days before their wedding day. If this is the case you will have to apply for a Special License so the minister can perform the ceremony.

Whether you are having a Civil Ceremony or a Religious ceremony you will require a Special License from the Registrar of Marriage to have your wedding under the Marriage Act, Cap 150.

Residency Stay
Under normal circumstances a couple wishing to marry in Kenya are required to complete the Notice of Intention to Marry Form along with paying a fee during which time they would remain resident in Kenya for 21-days. After 21-days the couple would then be asked to complete the affidavit under S11 of the Marriage Act, which would then be commissioned by the Registrar. The couple can then complete a Marriage Certificate Form and on paying the required fee book a date for there wedding. The marriage is then required to take place within 3-months from the date of giving the 21-day notice. However if this is not possible couples should contact the Registrar of Marriages in advance in order to apply for a Special Licence. If the Special License is granted then couples may need only arrive in Kenya 4 working days in advance of their wedding day in order to finalise the paperwork.

Special License
A Special License can be granted to couples that are:

•Unable to give 21-days Notice to the Registrar of Marriage and who wish to marry in a register office.
•Unable to give 21-days Notice to the Registrar of Marriage and who wish to marry in a venue other than a register office.
Couples will need to bring their basic documents with them on application. For further information regarding the obtaining of a Special License please contact the Registrar of Marriages.

Marriage Certificate
Whether you have a Civil Ceremony or Religious Ceremony ensure you are issued with a certified copy of your Marriage Certificate. You should contact the Registrar of Marriages in advance with regards to ensuring your marriage is registered in Kenya.



h2>Basic Documentation
The Basic documentation required for getting married in Kenya is as follows:

•Original birth certificate along with a copy.
•A valid 10-year passport and with a copy.
•A valid Kenyan tourist permit obtained either from the Kenyan High Commission or on your arrival.
•An affidavit declaring single status authorised by a notary or solicitor declaring eligibility for marriage. A handwritten declaration will not be accepted.
•If divorced you will need to present a Decree of Absolute having been stamped by the courts.
•If widowed a spouses death certificate along with a copy and previous marriage certificate will need to be presented.
•If you have changed your name by Deed Poll or you were adapted, proof of this needs to be presented having been authenticated by a notary or solicitor.
If either of you are under 21 years of age you will need written consent from your parents or guardians, in the form of an affidavit authorised by a notary or a solicitor


ibiza_74 Posted on 30/09/2011 05:44
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UK residents wishing to marry in the Dominican Republic can have either a Civil Ceremony or a Religious Ceremony. But first you must register your intent to marry with the Oficialia del Estado Civil otherwise known as the City Clerk.

Civil Ceremony
The Justice of the Peace will conduct the Civil Ceremony. The Justice of the Peace must supply the Oficialia del Estado Civil with the appropriate documentation after your wedding ceremony in order for you to be issued with your Marriage Certificate.




Religious Ceremony
Religious Ceremonies are legally recognised provided all the appropriate documentation is in order. If you want to marry in a Roman Catholic Church you will need written consent from your local parish priest in the UK and you will need to seek the permission of the local priest where you intend to marry in the Dominican Republic.

You may be asked to meet the parish priest who is to perform the ceremony and they may ask you to attend pre-nuptial consultations. Whatever the nature of your religious ceremony the celebrate must send a copy of the marriage documentation to the Oficialia del Estado Civil within three days of the marriage, so that it can be registered.

Residency Stay
At least one party must be resident for a minimum of two days prior to the ceremony.

Basic Documentation
If you intend to marry in the Dominican Republic you will need the following documentation:

•A full birth certificate.
•A valid passport.
•An affidavit declaring single status authorised by a notary or solicitor declaring eligibility for marriage.
•If divorced a Decree of Absolute and an affidavit declaring martial status and eligibility to marry.
•If widowed a spouses death certificate, previous marriage certificate and an affidavit authorised by a notary or solicitor declaring eligibility for marriage.
•If you have changed your name by Deed Poll or you were adapted, proof of this needs to be presented.
•If either of you are under 18 years of age you will need written consent from your parents or guardians, in the form of an affidavit authorised by a notary or a solicitor.



All the above documentation must be legalised by both the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and the Consular Section of the Embassy of the Dominican Republic in the UK. They must also be translated into Spanish before you send them to the Oficialia del Estado Civil.

Photocopies of the documents can be sent out in advance and you can present the originals on your arrival, in the Dominican Republic.

NB. Remember once you have got married in the Dominican Republic you will need to legalise your marriage certificate at the Embassy of the UK, in the Dominican Republic, as it must be translated from Spanish to English. Whilst there you can arrange to have your documents forwarded by the British Consular to the General Register Office in the UK where they can be deposited.


Divorced women are not eligible to marry again until ten months after their divorce has been finalised unless they are to marry the same man they divorced.


ibiza_74 Posted on 30/09/2011 05:45
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UK residences wishing to marry in Australia can do so provided all the necessary paperwork has been completed beforehand.

Marriage Ceremony
Couples can have their marriage ceremony conducted just about anywhere in Australia, whether it is a Civil Ceremony or a Religious Ceremony. You should discuss your marriage requires in advance with the Marriage Celebrant.

The Marriage Celebrant should have been sent the “Notice of Intended Marriage” once having been signed and witnessed, at least one month and one day prior to your wedding day.




Residency Stay
There is no residency requirements, so you could marry as soon as you step foot in Australia. Couples who wish to marry must be 18 years or over.

Basic Documentation
The basic documents you will require include:

•A visa or Electronic Travel Authority (ETA (Visitor))
Your visa is valid for a maximum stay of three months in Australia. Anyone with a criminal convection maybe refused a visa

•A valid 10-year passport
•An original full birth certificate
•The “Notice of Intended Marriage”1 this is a form which should be obtained from the Australian High Commission before traveling
•Decree Absolute (the final divorce paper, if applicable)
•Death Certificate (if you are a widow or widower)
•Change of Name Deed (required if you have changed your name)
•Adoption certificate (if applicable)



The “Notice of Intended Marriage” form must be signed and witnessed in the presence of either:

•An Australian Consular Office at the Australian High Commission in London where an application can be made between the hours of 9:30am to 11:30am, Monday to Friday excluding Public Holidays.
•A UK Notary Public (a list of these can be found in the Yellow Pages or by contacting your nearest UK solicitor).

ibiza_74 Posted on 30/09/2011 05:46
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UK residents wishing to marry in Antigua can have either a Civil Ceremony or a Religious Ceremony. But first both parties will need to visit the Ministry of Justice and Legal Affairs located on Lower Nevis Street in downtown

St. John’s. You will both be required to produce valid passports, and complete the application for a Special Licence, and pay the application fees. You will need to discuss the time and date you wish a Marriage Officer to perform the ceremony.

The Special Licence fee is US$150 payable at The Ministry of Legal Affairs, open Monday to Thursday, 8:30am to 4:30pm and on Friday from 8:00am to 3:00pm. A registration fee of US$40 should be made payable to the Courthouse in St John’s. The wedding ceremony can be preformed outside the Courthouse by a Marriage Office, at the additional cost of US$50.




Civil Ceremony
The legal and binding marriage ceremony can be conducted between the hours of 6am and 8pm. The ceremony can be preformed in the Registry office by the Registrar, Deputy Registrar or Assistant Registrar. If your wedding ceremony is to be held in another location it will be conducted by a Marriage Officer.

Religious Ceremony
Religious Ceremonies are legally recognised but may require special documents to be completed along with all the other appropriate documentation. If you intend to marry in a Roman Catholic Church you will need permission from the local priest where you intend to marry in Antigua. Contact your local priest in the UK to seek advice on what arrangements need to be made. They will be asked to provide proof that you have attend pre-nuptial consultations here in the UK.

Whatever the nature of your religious ceremony you should allow plenty of time so you can meet the necessary requires.

Residency Stay
There is no residency stay, so provided all your documentation is in order you can get married soon after stepping off the plane.

Basic Documentation
If you intend to marry in Antigua you will need the following documentation:

•A valid 10 year passport, as proof of citizenship
•An affidavits / statutory declaration confirming single status also know as a Certificate of Celibacy
•Decree Absolute (the final divorce paper, if applicable)
•Death Certificate (if you are a widow or widower)
•Change of Name Deed (required if you have changed your name)
•Written consent from your parents or guardians (if either of you are under 18 years of age)
•If you have changed your name by Deed Poll or you were adapted, proof of this needs to be presented




ibiza_74 Posted on 30/09/2011 05:47
FAO Schoolyboyerror

You can get married just about anywhere in Turkey i.e. Hotel, beach or yacht; provided it isn’t a religious site or place of cultural heritage. However you may be able to acquire a permit subject to a fee, for the use of certain historical sites.

Civil Ceremony
Only Civil Ceremonies are legally recognised in Turkey. They will normally be performed by the local Registrar and last approximately 5 to 10 minutes. The ceremony will be conducted in Turkish. If neither marrying parties can speak Turkish you should arrange for an interpreter to be present throughout the ceremony.

For a list of recognised local Turkish interpreters contact the British Embassy, Turkey.




Witnesses
You will need two witnesses to be present during the wedding ceremony, both of whom are not immediate family members.

Religious Ceremony
Religious ceremony of any denomination can be performed ONLY once a Civil Ceremony has been performed. A Religious Ceremony alone is not legally binding.

Therefore couple may prefer to get married in the UK first and then have a blessing on there arrive to Turkey.

Residency Stay
There is no minimum residency stay required for getting married in Turkey. However you should allow between 3-4 days to complete all the necessary paperwork, depending on where you wish to get married in Turkey.

Certificate of No Impediment
First both marrying parties must obtain a Certificate of No Impediment from their local Register Office in the UK. Please ensure you have with you your Basic Documentation on making your application. This takes approximately 21 days, during which time banns will be published in the register officer. Provided there is no problems arising you will be given a Certificate of No Impediment. You must then send off the certificate to either of the following British Consulate General based in Izmir or Istanbul, or the British vice-Consulate in Antalya or the British Embassy in Ankara, with regards to marrying in Turkey so that your Certificate of No Impediment can be translated into Turkish.

The Certificate of No Impediment which is obtained in the UK is valid for 6 months, has no validity restriction unlike that issued by register offices in Scotland. If the certificate was obtained in Scotland it must be used within 3 months of its date of issue and should be presented to a British Mission in Turkey before the expiry date. The Certificate of No Impediment will still need to be translated into Turkish.

In addition British Nationals are required to make a sworn Declaration of their eligibility to marry. This procedure is carried out in Turkish, you should arrange for an interpreter to be present. If you are using a wedding planner they may offer to organise an interpreter to be present for a fee.

If however you have not been issued with a Certificate of No Impediment in the UK, then you will need to be resident in Turkey for 21 days during which time a notice of your intention to marry will be posted in the Consulate or Embassy building. On the 22nd day provided there are no complications with your application you will be issued with a Certificate of No Impediment in the Turkish language. You should visit the nearest British Consulate Office, on your arrival into Turkey, for further guidance on how to acquire the certificate.

The Certificate of No Impediment along with other relevant paperwork will need to be legalised by the Minister of Foreign Affairs in the local Governor Office in Turkey. Contact the Consulate of Embassy for further information regarding directions on how to get there.

You will then need to apply in person to the local marriage office in Turkey, giving notice of your intention to marry. Each application costs £115 per person, which needs to be paid in Turkish Lira at the current Consular rate of exchange. Ensure you have all your Basic Documentation with you, as they will be needed to complete the necessary forms. On completion you will be able to fix a date for your wedding ceremony.

Many wedding planners offer to help with the formal legalities as part of their wedding package including helping to make arrangements for your medical examination.

Medical Examination
You will be required under Turkish Civil Law, to have a medical examination if you intend to get marry. The medical examination will be subject to a fee, which must be paid in Turkish Lira. You may be also be asked to take a blood test depending on which region of Turkey you wish to marry. You should attend the examination with someone who speaks Turkish so they can interpreter for you.

If you have a wedding planner they could help organise an interpreter for you, for a fee. For further details regarding the medical examination please contact the Turkish Marriage Office.

Basic Documentation
If you intend to marry in Turkey you will need the following documentation:

•A full birth certificate
•A valid passport
•A valid tourist visa to enter Turkey. This can be obtained at the port of entry in to Turkey, for a fee
•If divorced, a Decree of Absolute
•If widowed a spouses death certificate, previous marriage certificate
•Written consent from your parents or guardians (if either of you are under 18 years of age).
•If you have changed your name by Deed Poll or you were adapted, proof of this needs to be presented



Marriage Certificate
Once the ceremony has been performed you will be issued with a Marriage Certificate and a marriage book.

Depositing you Marriage Certificate
Although your marriage in Turkey is legally binding you will not be able to register it back in the UK. However you can still contact the nearest Turkish Consulate or Embassy to make arrangement to have your marriage certificate translated into English and legalised. The document can then be forwarded to the General Registrar Office in the UK.

Your marriage certificate will be deposited for their records, and consequently your original marriage certificate will not be returned to you. This in no way makes your marriage invalid. Should you both need your marriage certificate in the future the General Register Office can issue you with a certificate, should the need arise.


ibiza_74 Posted on 30/09/2011 05:48
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UK residents wishing to marry in Spain have three options available.

Whichever option you chose you must contact the local registrar, or priest, well in advance to understand the precise rules for marriage. There are many variances from region to region.

•Registro Civil Ibiza : +34 971 310 435
•Registro Civil Gibraltar : +34 350 722 89
Civil Ceremony in Spain
Couples wishing to have a Civil Ceremony need to apply to the Civil Registry District Court where they are “empadronado” in Spain. One of the couple must be registered (“empadronado”) at the local Town Hall in order to apply for a civil wedding. To register you must either live in Spain or have a property there. You can marry outside of the town or province that you are registered by making clear on the application where you wish for the wedding to take place.

The number of documents required to marry may vary from one Registry to the next so it is vital that you seek clarification on exactly what documents are needed and if there is a minimum residency period.




Basic Documentation for Spanish Civil Wedding
The basic documents needed for a civil ceremony include:

•A valid 10-year passport.
•An original full birth certificate must be provided.
•A Consulate Certificate of No-Impediment.
•Certificate of Residence also known as Certificado de Empadronamiento which proves you have been legally resident in Spain for at least two years.
•Decree Absolute (the final divorce paper, if applicable)
•Death Certificate (if you are a widow or widower) and the original Marriage Certificate.
•Change of Name Deed (required if you have changed your name).
•Proof of residence for the last 2 years.


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If one or both of the parties is or has been resident in the UK during the last 2 years they may be asked to provide proof of UK residence. A letter can be obtained from the local Electoral Registration Office, stating that the applicant is on the electoral register for that year.

All British documentation such as birth, divorce and death certificates must be stamped with the Hague Apostille (obtained from the Foreign and Commonwealth Office >> ) and translated into Spanish by an official translator recognised by the Spanish government.

Religious Ceremony in Spain
A Roman Catholic wedding is legally binding and recognised by the Spanish authorities. There is no need for either of the couple to be resident or “empadronado” in Spain and all the paperwork is prepared in your home country. You should contact your local parish priest who will help you prepare and then send the documentation via the Arch Dioceses to the church in Spain where you will be married.

After the wedding you take the signed certificate given to you by the priest to the local Registry or Town Hall and your marriage is registered with the civil authorities and made legal. The official wedding certificate is issued some days, and sometimes weeks, after the church ceremony certificate is presented.

Catholic ceremonies will only be performed in a Roman Catholic Church. One of the couple must be catholic and neither of them divorced.

For more information you should consult with your local parish priest in your home country and also the Spanish priest where you intend to marry.

Basic Documentation for Spanish Religious Wedding
The basic documents needed for a religious ceremony include:

•A valid 10-year passport.
•Baptism Certificate.
•Confirmation Certificate.
•Certificate that you are single (declaration made my parents).
•Certificate of completion of pre-marriage course.
•Dispensation of impediments.
It is possible to marry through other churches in Spain, such as Protestant, Islamic and Jewish but couples must comply with the civil requirements and normally be a member of the local church.

Marriage Blessing
For most UK residents that do not have a property in Spain or are not Catholic, it will be necessary to have a civil wedding in Gibraltar or the UK followed by a marriage blessing in Spain.

Marriage Certificate
Once you have obtained your Marriage Certificate you will need to have it translated into English. Visit your nearest British Embassy and have the certificate translated. Whilst you are there you can request the certificate then be forwarded by the British Consular to the General Register Office in the UK where it can be deposited.

Getting married in Gibraltar
If both parties are unable to marry in Spain then perhaps Gibraltar maybe considered as a viable alternative. UK citizens do not have to be resident in order to marry. A civil marriage is possible with the aid of a Special Marriage Licence, granted by the Governor of Gibraltar. The ceremony is conducted in English.


ItsMe Posted on 30/09/2011 08:08
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Morning hoof
[:D]

jannizart Posted on 30/09/2011 08:15
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Morning !! As it is Friday let's have a party
Cocktail anyone?

Disaronno Sour

Serves: 1
Preparation time: 5 minutes

You will need

2 drops Angostura Bitters
2 measures Disaronno Amaretto
1 measure lemon juice

Method

1.Shake all the ingredients with cubed ice and strain into an ice filled tumbler glass.

2.Garnish with a slice of fresh lemon and a cherry.

raglasher Posted on 30/09/2011 08:29
FAO Schoolyboyerror

How do you make toast [:I]

ItsMe Posted on 30/09/2011 08:34
FAO Schoolyboyerror

With bread [^]

Razmond_HWDR Posted on 30/09/2011 08:37
FAO Schoolyboyerror

try this

Toast Sandwich.

take one slice of toast and put it inside two slices of bread [^]

cheers Sophie Dahl for that one

jannizart Posted on 30/09/2011 08:38
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Shoulde we trim the edges Raz?

Razmond_HWDR Posted on 30/09/2011 08:40
FAO Schoolyboyerror

of the toast? i think its probably for the best it gets a decent trim before it is sandwiched.

SNOWBANDIT Posted on 30/09/2011 08:43
FAO Schoolyboyerror

"cheers Sophie Dahl for that one"

Mrs Beeton actually [^]

Razmond_HWDR Posted on 30/09/2011 08:45
FAO Schoolyboyerror

butbut sophie dahl introduced me to mrs beeton, i feel we have a connection and all that.

ItsMe Posted on 30/09/2011 08:46
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Will we make 900 by the end of the day?

Razmond_HWDR Posted on 30/09/2011 08:48
FAO Schoolyboyerror

'Will we make 900 by the end of the day? '

clearly someone is a fan of the toast sandwich. and the answer is no as i only have half a loaf in.

ItsMe Posted on 30/09/2011 08:49
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Could you throw a bit of cheese in mine please [:P]

Razmond_HWDR Posted on 30/09/2011 08:53
FAO Schoolyboyerror

no cause then that wouldnt be toast sandwich, that would be cheese on toast sandwich. follow the fecking rules my friend.

ItsMe Posted on 30/09/2011 09:00
FAO Schoolyboyerror

But I like cheese [sad]

Razmond_HWDR Posted on 30/09/2011 09:01
FAO Schoolyboyerror

you require a new order then, and you are making a mockery of the original recipe

ItsMe Posted on 30/09/2011 09:02
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Well I'm going to set up a rival firm [:(]

Coming soon "ItsMe's Cheesy Delights"

ron_manager Posted on 30/09/2011 09:03
FAO Schoolyboyerror

I have no intention of taking part in this childish thread again[}:)]

ItsMe Posted on 30/09/2011 09:03
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Don't be boring Ron [ref]

jannizart Posted on 30/09/2011 09:06
FAO Schoolyboyerror

I trimmed mine yesterday just before I burnt it [;)]

Razmond_HWDR Posted on 30/09/2011 09:07
FAO Schoolyboyerror

you're talking toast jan?

ItsMe Posted on 30/09/2011 09:09
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Jan [:O]

[:D][^]

Schoolboyerror Posted on 30/09/2011 09:29
FAO Schoolyboyerror

ItsMe: Glad you liked my joke, feel free to use it.

[^][^][^]

jannizart Posted on 30/09/2011 09:33
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Of course [8D]

ItsMe Posted on 30/09/2011 09:35
FAO Schoolyboyerror

SBE, consider it stolen [^]

jannizart Posted on 30/09/2011 09:38
FAO Schoolyboyerror

who is colin21?

Schoolboyerror Posted on 30/09/2011 09:40
FAO Schoolyboyerror

A man who had a question for my attention.

[^][^][^]

jannizart Posted on 30/09/2011 09:45
FAO Schoolyboyerror

well I know that silly, but who is he and more to the pointless point - WHERE IS HE?

Razmond_HWDR Posted on 30/09/2011 09:48
FAO Schoolyboyerror

and does he never age?

ItsMe Posted on 30/09/2011 09:50
FAO Schoolyboyerror

I don't think 21 is his age.........it's his weight [xx(]

jannizart Posted on 30/09/2011 09:52
FAO Schoolyboyerror

I think he should at least contribute to this post seeing as he is about to go down in annals of fmttm history. I hear these are kept in the basement of fmttm towers

ItsMe Posted on 30/09/2011 09:54
FAO Schoolyboyerror

I must admit, I've been wondering where he is [?]

You would think he'd post a pointless post on his own pointless posting thread [?]

Razmond_HWDR Posted on 30/09/2011 09:57
FAO Schoolyboyerror

he has let himself down, his fans down and fmttm as a whole down. he is disgusting to that degree.

ItsMe Posted on 30/09/2011 10:03
FAO Schoolyboyerror

He should be banned from this thread but as he doesn't actually post on it, it would seem a bit pointless to ban him from posting pointless posts on a pointless posting thread which he pointlessly created himself.
Which seems pointlessly ironic.
[:P]

Razmond_HWDR Posted on 30/09/2011 10:05
FAO Schoolyboyerror

you may as well have cheese in your toast sandwich now if everything else is falling apart around us

jannizart Posted on 30/09/2011 10:07
FAO Schoolyboyerror

We should all hold a silent protest until he appears.......

ItsMe Posted on 30/09/2011 10:08
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Raz, I'll accept your olive branch and as a gesture of goodwill I will now close down my own enterprise [^]

Any chance of a bit of worchester sauce on it as well?

ItsMe Posted on 30/09/2011 10:09
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Or we could just make a pact that everytime Colin21 starts a thread we all swamp it with pointless posts?

EVERY TIME!!!!

Razmond_HWDR Posted on 30/09/2011 10:10
FAO Schoolyboyerror

dont take liberties, why cant everyone just follow the rules as stated?

that sophie dahl made some shyte food, but i'd still abide by her rules and what she is offering me even if it meant throwing up afterwards, i'm that kind of guy.

ItsMe Posted on 30/09/2011 10:11
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Firm but fair Raz, firm but fair [sad]

ItsMe Posted on 30/09/2011 10:13
FAO Schoolyboyerror

God I'm bored [sad]

Razmond_HWDR Posted on 30/09/2011 10:15
FAO Schoolyboyerror

i imagine god would love to offer you a stake in the job he has to do - keeping an eye on the world and answering those fecking prayers. I imagine he is never bored

jannizart Posted on 30/09/2011 10:16
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Me too - I forgot to go to Yarm because of all this and the sun is shining out there so am off to top up my tan for the wedding next week.
Have fun [8D]

Razmond_HWDR Posted on 30/09/2011 10:17
FAO Schoolyboyerror

have a good tan topping session jan.

ItsMe Posted on 30/09/2011 10:19
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Stuck at work with nowt to do at the moment. Just waiting for the mitce dept to give me a shout [sad]

Razmond_HWDR Posted on 30/09/2011 10:20
FAO Schoolyboyerror

aye me too, stuck in the office, just tidied my drawers out ooo err mrs.

ItsMe Posted on 30/09/2011 10:40
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Just had a shout over the radio, they aren't going to need me till this afternoon [sad]

Was hoping to take this afternoon off [B)]

raglasher Posted on 30/09/2011 10:48
FAO Schoolyboyerror

On the subject of toast is it better to start with Granary or white bread.

ItsMe Posted on 30/09/2011 10:50
FAO Schoolyboyerror

White bread as brown toast is only for special occasions [:P]

raglasher Posted on 30/09/2011 11:24
FAO Schoolyboyerror

What about a wedding

SNOWBANDIT Posted on 30/09/2011 11:34
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Really the dole office in this day and age should talk to the local council.[|)]

jannizart Posted on 30/09/2011 12:42
FAO Schoolyboyerror

brown toast is for special occasions - haha - what, like funerals, weddings or what?
or "special" occasions [;)]

Razmond_HWDR Posted on 30/09/2011 12:45
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Brown for first course, white for pudding, brown's savoury, white's the treat. Of course I'm the one whose laughing as I actually love brown toast


ItsMe Posted on 30/09/2011 13:02
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Why the winky Jan? What can you possibly find funny about brown toast? [:P]

Razmond_HWDR Posted on 30/09/2011 13:04
FAO Schoolyboyerror

she clearly has a brown toast fettish, no harm in that

mikeyyyy Posted on 30/09/2011 13:41
FAO Schoolyboyerror

G'morning, woke up to more sunshine[ref]

redcar_racer Posted on 30/09/2011 13:43
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Can't believe this is still going...

Anyway, would have been in sooner but we are being held captive by the Nigerian work force who are on strike.

They have decided to let a certain number into work. Our camp is bad, think there would be a riot in a UK prison if they had to live in the same conditions...

Anyway, pays well [^]

Razmond_HWDR Posted on 30/09/2011 13:45
FAO Schoolyboyerror

sounds like a right barrel of laughs your place. who does the bacon buttie runs?

GroggySlaggySmoggy Posted on 30/09/2011 13:48
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Word for the day..........Upskirt

jannizart Posted on 30/09/2011 13:49
FAO Schoolyboyerror

only if it's a seeded batch Raz

jannizart Posted on 30/09/2011 13:51
FAO Schoolyboyerror

can I be the 900one please?

Razmond_HWDR Posted on 30/09/2011 13:51
FAO Schoolyboyerror

thats always nice to know Jan... seeded brown bread it is then [^]

ibiza_74 Posted on 30/09/2011 13:57
FAO Schoolyboyerror

The hoof the hoof the hoof is on fire[|)]

Podgietits Posted on 30/09/2011 14:00
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Ok Ok, i'll contribute!

HOOOOF

Razmond_HWDR Posted on 30/09/2011 14:03
FAO Schoolyboyerror

my daughter asked me last night 'whats the highest number ever?', she put me right on the spot and i couldnt think.

but its a ruddy good question.

ItsMe Posted on 30/09/2011 14:53
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Infinite?

Razmond_HWDR Posted on 30/09/2011 14:55
FAO Schoolyboyerror

i thought that but its not exactly a number

ItsMe Posted on 30/09/2011 14:59
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Well whatever tthe number is I'm now going to the pub to have that number of pints [ref][^]

ItsMe Posted on 30/09/2011 15:42
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Beer garden in the sun [ref]

rufus4 Posted on 30/09/2011 16:13
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Well time to contribute something pointless.
I am laid by the banks of the River Gaunless watching the water flowing and drinking a couple of cans.
What a busy life I lead.
[:D][:D]

SNOWBANDIT Posted on 30/09/2011 16:40
FAO Schoolyboyerror

"my daughter asked me last night 'whats the highest number ever?', she put me right on the spot and i couldnt think."

something+1

ibiza_74 Posted on 30/09/2011 18:47
FAO Schoolyboyerror

A quick HOOOOFFFFFF......dont want it slipping off the first page[cr]

raglasher Posted on 30/09/2011 19:09
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We wont let it slip

ibiza_74 Posted on 30/09/2011 19:11
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H[^]

ibiza_74 Posted on 30/09/2011 19:11
FAO Schoolyboyerror

O[^]

ibiza_74 Posted on 30/09/2011 19:12
FAO Schoolyboyerror

O[^]

ibiza_74 Posted on 30/09/2011 19:13
FAO Schoolyboyerror

F[^]

raglasher Posted on 30/09/2011 20:40
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Save me please i am being forced to watch USA
Xfactor

plazmuh Posted on 30/09/2011 20:53
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Hoof but it is becoming boring..
Hope it stops at 1000..
Regards
Plazmuh
[:D][:D][^]

raglasher Posted on 30/09/2011 20:53
FAO Schoolyboyerror

H!!!!!!ELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

ibiza_74 Posted on 30/09/2011 21:36
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it will never stop... the constant pointles thread.

mooghead Posted on 30/09/2011 21:39
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First time I have ever clicked onto this thread, just coz its nearly a thousand and I think I might be missing something.

But I am not.

I have added to the crap.

I feel ashamed [|)]

ibiza_74 Posted on 30/09/2011 21:58
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there is no shame attached to this thread[:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 01/10/2011 00:32
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ibiza_74 Posted on 01/10/2011 02:09
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HOOOOOOFFFFFFFFFF[:D][:(!][cr]....Thats it 1000...end of thread no one else post on it lets just leave it at 1000, whats that you want more, NO just leave it as it is, take your hands of the keyboard.

mikeyyyy Posted on 01/10/2011 02:37
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hit a thou

Schoolboyerror Posted on 01/10/2011 04:22
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Cheers everyone, that is slightly more than the ton I had hoped for.

Might be time to leave it now though;

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jannizart Posted on 01/10/2011 06:56
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for you schoolboy


Link: goodbyeeee

raglasher Posted on 01/10/2011 08:41
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I say 1500

raglasher Posted on 01/10/2011 11:06
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Beautiful day here

rufus4 Posted on 01/10/2011 12:00
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Scorching hot here.Too nice to be at work, I should be laid by the river supping a few cans.
Still ItsMe will probably consume my share.[:D][:D]

ItsMe Posted on 01/10/2011 13:08
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Not today Rufus, I've got my daughter and I had more than enough last night [B)]

rufus4 Posted on 01/10/2011 14:11
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Savour these times with your daughter ItsMe.These are the times she will remember when she gets older.Enjoy and have a good weekend.

raglasher Posted on 01/10/2011 14:28
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I will be listening to the match on my puter with the odd cider in my hand [:D]

ItsMe Posted on 01/10/2011 15:12
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Sat in Albert Park oogling all the MILFS [:P]

maninashed Posted on 01/10/2011 16:20
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ive just read this thread in its entirety... some fantastic opinions inside and i have gained a wealth of knowledge on all manner of political and religious views. [?]

ItsMe Posted on 01/10/2011 16:22
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A sunshine hoof
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yozzer_hughes Posted on 01/10/2011 16:45
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My one and only contribution to this thread..

Its sh1t

and

ibiza_74 is aXXXXXX

raglasher Posted on 01/10/2011 16:56
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We have upset some people with this thread [:D][^]

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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Cloven hooves of Roe Deer (Capreolus capreolus), with dew claws

A hoof (play /ˈhuːf/ or /ˈhʊf/), plural hooves (play /ˈhuːvz/ or /ˈhʊvz/) or hoofs (play /ˈhʊfs/), is the tip of a toe of an ungulate mammal, strengthened by a thick horny (keratin) covering. The hoof consists of a hard or rubbery sole, and a hard wall formed by a thick nail rolled around the tip of the toe. The weight of the animal is normally borne by both the sole and the edge of the hoof wall. Hooves grow continuously, and are constantly worn down by use.

Most even-toed ungulates (such as sheep, goats, deer, cattle, bison and pigs) have two main hooves on each foot, together called a cloven hoof. Most of these cloven-hoofed animals also have two smaller hoofs called dew-claws a little further up the leg – these are not normally used for walking, but in some species with larger dew-claws (such as deer and pigs) they may touch the ground when running or jumping, or if the ground is soft. Other cloven-hoofed animals (such as giraffes and pronghorns) have no dew claws. In some so-called "cloven-hoofed" animals such as camels, there are no hooves proper – the toe is softer, and the hoof itself is reduced to little more than a nail.

Some odd-toed ungulates (equids) have one hoof on each foot; others (including rhinoceroses, tapirs and many extinct species) have (or had) three hoofed or heavily nailed toes, or one hoof and two dew-claws. The tapir is a special case, with three toes on each hind foot and four toes on each front foot.

Sagittal section of a wild horsehoof. Pink: soft tissues; light gray: bone; blue: tendons; red: corium; yellow: digital cushion; dark gray: frog; orange: sole; brown: walls

Sheet plastinate of a horse hoof.

Rear foot of a giraffe (no dew claws)

Rear hooves of a horse

camel hoof

Uses

Hooves have historical significance in ceremonies and games. They have been used in burial ceremonies[1], in the Dart Golf game Dolf.[2] and in the song Hooves of the Ibex by Wormhole.[3]
See also

Horse hoof
Claw
Nail

References

^ M. E. Robertson-Mackay (1980). A head and hooves burial beneath a round barrow, with other Neolithic and Bronze Age sites on Hemp Knoll, near Avebury, Wiltshire. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society.
^ "WDFF Playing & Tournament Rules". 1999.
^ "Wormhole". 2007.

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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Cloven hooves of Roe Deer (Capreolus capreolus), with dew claws

A hoof (play /ˈhuːf/ or /ˈhʊf/), plural hooves (play /ˈhuːvz/ or /ˈhʊvz/) or hoofs (play /ˈhʊfs/), is the tip of a toe of an ungulate mammal, strengthened by a thick horny (keratin) covering. The hoof consists of a hard or rubbery sole, and a hard wall formed by a thick nail rolled around the tip of the toe. The weight of the animal is normally borne by both the sole and the edge of the hoof wall. Hooves grow continuously, and are constantly worn down by use.

Most even-toed ungulates (such as sheep, goats, deer, cattle, bison and pigs) have two main hooves on each foot, together called a cloven hoof. Most of these cloven-hoofed animals also have two smaller hoofs called dew-claws a little further up the leg – these are not normally used for walking, but in some species with larger dew-claws (such as deer and pigs) they may touch the ground when running or jumping, or if the ground is soft. Other cloven-hoofed animals (such as giraffes and pronghorns) have no dew claws. In some so-called "cloven-hoofed" animals such as camels, there are no hooves proper – the toe is softer, and the hoof itself is reduced to little more than a nail.

Some odd-toed ungulates (equids) have one hoof on each foot; others (including rhinoceroses, tapirs and many extinct species) have (or had) three hoofed or heavily nailed toes, or one hoof and two dew-claws. The tapir is a special case, with three toes on each hind foot and four toes on each front foot.

Sagittal section of a wild horsehoof. Pink: soft tissues; light gray: bone; blue: tendons; red: corium; yellow: digital cushion; dark gray: frog; orange: sole; brown: walls

Sheet plastinate of a horse hoof.

Rear foot of a giraffe (no dew claws)

Rear hooves of a horse

camel hoof

Uses

Hooves have historical significance in ceremonies and games. They have been used in burial ceremonies[1], in the Dart Golf game Dolf.[2] and in the song Hooves of the Ibex by Wormhole.[3]
See also

Horse hoof
Claw
Nail

References

^ M. E. Robertson-Mackay (1980). A head and hooves burial beneath a round barrow, with other Neolithic and Bronze Age sites on Hemp Knoll, near Avebury, Wiltshire. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society.
^ "WDFF Playing & Tournament Rules". 1999.
^ "Wormhole". 2007.

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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Cloven hooves of Roe Deer (Capreolus capreolus), with dew claws

A hoof (play /ˈhuːf/ or /ˈhʊf/), plural hooves (play /ˈhuːvz/ or /ˈhʊvz/) or hoofs (play /ˈhʊfs/), is the tip of a toe of an ungulate mammal, strengthened by a thick horny (keratin) covering. The hoof consists of a hard or rubbery sole, and a hard wall formed by a thick nail rolled around the tip of the toe. The weight of the animal is normally borne by both the sole and the edge of the hoof wall. Hooves grow continuously, and are constantly worn down by use.

Most even-toed ungulates (such as sheep, goats, deer, cattle, bison and pigs) have two main hooves on each foot, together called a cloven hoof. Most of these cloven-hoofed animals also have two smaller hoofs called dew-claws a little further up the leg – these are not normally used for walking, but in some species with larger dew-claws (such as deer and pigs) they may touch the ground when running or jumping, or if the ground is soft. Other cloven-hoofed animals (such as giraffes and pronghorns) have no dew claws. In some so-called "cloven-hoofed" animals such as camels, there are no hooves proper – the toe is softer, and the hoof itself is reduced to little more than a nail.

Some odd-toed ungulates (equids) have one hoof on each foot; others (including rhinoceroses, tapirs and many extinct species) have (or had) three hoofed or heavily nailed toes, or one hoof and two dew-claws. The tapir is a special case, with three toes on each hind foot and four toes on each front foot.

Sagittal section of a wild horsehoof. Pink: soft tissues; light gray: bone; blue: tendons; red: corium; yellow: digital cushion; dark gray: frog; orange: sole; brown: walls

Sheet plastinate of a horse hoof.

Rear foot of a giraffe (no dew claws)

Rear hooves of a horse

camel hoof

Uses

Hooves have historical significance in ceremonies and games. They have been used in burial ceremonies[1], in the Dart Golf game Dolf.[2] and in the song Hooves of the Ibex by Wormhole.[3]
See also

Horse hoof
Claw
Nail

References

^ M. E. Robertson-Mackay (1980). A head and hooves burial beneath a round barrow, with other Neolithic and Bronze Age sites on Hemp Knoll, near Avebury, Wiltshire. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society.
^ "WDFF Playing & Tournament Rules". 1999.
^ "Wormhole". 2007.

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raglasher Posted on 01/10/2011 18:26
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Iagree with everything you said

ItsMe Posted on 01/10/2011 19:14
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If people are getting upset it'll only encourage us

Hoof
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ItsMe Posted on 01/10/2011 19:53
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Where's Rufus [?]

raglasher Posted on 01/10/2011 20:20
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Non of the established posters that think they are the big boys of FMTTM have posted on this thread, do you think they dont like being beaten on the number of posts this has recieved

ItsMe Posted on 01/10/2011 20:31
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You're not suggesting that the so called big boys have small egos are you [?]
[:D]

HotshotMFC Posted on 01/10/2011 20:35
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REGOS

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Cloven hooves of Roe Deer (Capreolus capreolus), with dew claws

A hoof (play /ˈhuːf/ or /ˈhʊf/), plural hooves (play /ˈhuːvz/ or /ˈhʊvz/) or hoofs (play /ˈhʊfs/), is the tip of a toe of an ungulate mammal, strengthened by a thick horny (keratin) covering. The hoof consists of a hard or rubbery sole, and a hard wall formed by a thick nail rolled around the tip of the toe. The weight of the animal is normally borne by both the sole and the edge of the hoof wall. Hooves grow continuously, and are constantly worn down by use.

Most even-toed ungulates (such as sheep, goats, deer, cattle, bison and pigs) have two main hooves on each foot, together called a cloven hoof. Most of these cloven-hoofed animals also have two smaller hoofs called dew-claws a little further up the leg – these are not normally used for walking, but in some species with larger dew-claws (such as deer and pigs) they may touch the ground when running or jumping, or if the ground is soft. Other cloven-hoofed animals (such as giraffes and pronghorns) have no dew claws. In some so-called "cloven-hoofed" animals such as camels, there are no hooves proper – the toe is softer, and the hoof itself is reduced to little more than a nail.

Some odd-toed ungulates (equids) have one hoof on each foot; others (including rhinoceroses, tapirs and many extinct species) have (or had) three hoofed or heavily nailed toes, or one hoof and two dew-claws. The tapir is a special case, with three toes on each hind foot and four toes on each front foot.

Sagittal section of a wild horsehoof. Pink: soft tissues; light gray: bone; blue: tendons; red: corium; yellow: digital cushion; dark gray: frog; orange: sole; brown: walls

Sheet plastinate of a horse hoof.

Rear foot of a giraffe (no dew claws)

Rear hooves of a horse

camel hoof

Uses

Hooves have historical significance in ceremonies and games. They have been used in burial ceremonies[1], in the Dart Golf game Dolf.[2] and in the song Hooves of the Ibex by Wormhole.[3]
See also

Horse hoof
Claw
Nail

References

^ M. E. Robertson-Mackay (1980). A head and hooves burial beneath a round barrow, with other Neolithic and Bronze Age sites on Hemp Knoll, near Avebury, Wiltshire. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society.
^ "WDFF Playing & Tournament Rules". 1999.
^ "Wormhole". 2007.

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Cloven hooves of Roe Deer (Capreolus capreolus), with dew claws

A hoof (play /ˈhuːf/ or /ˈhʊf/), plural hooves (play /ˈhuːvz/ or /ˈhʊvz/) or hoofs (play /ˈhʊfs/), is the tip of a toe of an ungulate mammal, strengthened by a thick horny (keratin) covering. The hoof consists of a hard or rubbery sole, and a hard wall formed by a thick nail rolled around the tip of the toe. The weight of the animal is normally borne by both the sole and the edge of the hoof wall. Hooves grow continuously, and are constantly worn down by use.

Most even-toed ungulates (such as sheep, goats, deer, cattle, bison and pigs) have two main hooves on each foot, together called a cloven hoof. Most of these cloven-hoofed animals also have two smaller hoofs called dew-claws a little further up the leg – these are not normally used for walking, but in some species with larger dew-claws (such as deer and pigs) they may touch the ground when running or jumping, or if the ground is soft. Other cloven-hoofed animals (such as giraffes and pronghorns) have no dew claws. In some so-called "cloven-hoofed" animals such as camels, there are no hooves proper – the toe is softer, and the hoof itself is reduced to little more than a nail.

Some odd-toed ungulates (equids) have one hoof on each foot; others (including rhinoceroses, tapirs and many extinct species) have (or had) three hoofed or heavily nailed toes, or one hoof and two dew-claws. The tapir is a special case, with three toes on each hind foot and four toes on each front foot.

Sagittal section of a wild horsehoof. Pink: soft tissues; light gray: bone; blue: tendons; red: corium; yellow: digital cushion; dark gray: frog; orange: sole; brown: walls

Sheet plastinate of a horse hoof.

Rear foot of a giraffe (no dew claws)

Rear hooves of a horse

camel hoof

Uses

Hooves have historical significance in ceremonies and games. They have been used in burial ceremonies[1], in the Dart Golf game Dolf.[2] and in the song Hooves of the Ibex by Wormhole.[3]
See also

Horse hoof
Claw
Nail

References

^ M. E. Robertson-Mackay (1980). A head and hooves burial beneath a round barrow, with other Neolithic and Bronze Age sites on Hemp Knoll, near Avebury, Wiltshire. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society.
^ "WDFF Playing & Tournament Rules". 1999.
^ "Wormhole". 2007.

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Cloven hooves of Roe Deer (Capreolus capreolus), with dew claws

A hoof (play /ˈhuːf/ or /ˈhʊf/), plural hooves (play /ˈhuːvz/ or /ˈhʊvz/) or hoofs (play /ˈhʊfs/), is the tip of a toe of an ungulate mammal, strengthened by a thick horny (keratin) covering. The hoof consists of a hard or rubbery sole, and a hard wall formed by a thick nail rolled around the tip of the toe. The weight of the animal is normally borne by both the sole and the edge of the hoof wall. Hooves grow continuously, and are constantly worn down by use.

Most even-toed ungulates (such as sheep, goats, deer, cattle, bison and pigs) have two main hooves on each foot, together called a cloven hoof. Most of these cloven-hoofed animals also have two smaller hoofs called dew-claws a little further up the leg – these are not normally used for walking, but in some species with larger dew-claws (such as deer and pigs) they may touch the ground when running or jumping, or if the ground is soft. Other cloven-hoofed animals (such as giraffes and pronghorns) have no dew claws. In some so-called "cloven-hoofed" animals such as camels, there are no hooves proper – the toe is softer, and the hoof itself is reduced to little more than a nail.

Some odd-toed ungulates (equids) have one hoof on each foot; others (including rhinoceroses, tapirs and many extinct species) have (or had) three hoofed or heavily nailed toes, or one hoof and two dew-claws. The tapir is a special case, with three toes on each hind foot and four toes on each front foot.

Sagittal section of a wild horsehoof. Pink: soft tissues; light gray: bone; blue: tendons; red: corium; yellow: digital cushion; dark gray: frog; orange: sole; brown: walls

Sheet plastinate of a horse hoof.

Rear foot of a giraffe (no dew claws)

Rear hooves of a horse

camel hoof

Uses

Hooves have historical significance in ceremonies and games. They have been used in burial ceremonies[1], in the Dart Golf game Dolf.[2] and in the song Hooves of the Ibex by Wormhole.[3]
See also

Horse hoof
Claw
Nail

References

^ M. E. Robertson-Mackay (1980). A head and hooves burial beneath a round barrow, with other Neolithic and Bronze Age sites on Hemp Knoll, near Avebury, Wiltshire. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society.
^ "WDFF Playing & Tournament Rules". 1999.
^ "Wormhole". 2007.

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Cloven hooves of Roe Deer (Capreolus capreolus), with dew claws

A hoof (play /ˈhuːf/ or /ˈhʊf/), plural hooves (play /ˈhuːvz/ or /ˈhʊvz/) or hoofs (play /ˈhʊfs/), is the tip of a toe of an ungulate mammal, strengthened by a thick horny (keratin) covering. The hoof consists of a hard or rubbery sole, and a hard wall formed by a thick nail rolled around the tip of the toe. The weight of the animal is normally borne by both the sole and the edge of the hoof wall. Hooves grow continuously, and are constantly worn down by use.

Most even-toed ungulates (such as sheep, goats, deer, cattle, bison and pigs) have two main hooves on each foot, together called a cloven hoof. Most of these cloven-hoofed animals also have two smaller hoofs called dew-claws a little further up the leg – these are not normally used for walking, but in some species with larger dew-claws (such as deer and pigs) they may touch the ground when running or jumping, or if the ground is soft. Other cloven-hoofed animals (such as giraffes and pronghorns) have no dew claws. In some so-called "cloven-hoofed" animals such as camels, there are no hooves proper – the toe is softer, and the hoof itself is reduced to little more than a nail.

Some odd-toed ungulates (equids) have one hoof on each foot; others (including rhinoceroses, tapirs and many extinct species) have (or had) three hoofed or heavily nailed toes, or one hoof and two dew-claws. The tapir is a special case, with three toes on each hind foot and four toes on each front foot.

Sagittal section of a wild horsehoof. Pink: soft tissues; light gray: bone; blue: tendons; red: corium; yellow: digital cushion; dark gray: frog; orange: sole; brown: walls

Sheet plastinate of a horse hoof.

Rear foot of a giraffe (no dew claws)

Rear hooves of a horse

camel hoof

Uses

Hooves have historical significance in ceremonies and games. They have been used in burial ceremonies[1], in the Dart Golf game Dolf.[2] and in the song Hooves of the Ibex by Wormhole.[3]
See also

Horse hoof
Claw
Nail

References

^ M. E. Robertson-Mackay (1980). A head and hooves burial beneath a round barrow, with other Neolithic and Bronze Age sites on Hemp Knoll, near Avebury, Wiltshire. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society.
^ "WDFF Playing & Tournament Rules". 1999.
^ "Wormhole". 2007.

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Cloven hooves of Roe Deer (Capreolus capreolus), with dew claws

A hoof (play /ˈhuːf/ or /ˈhʊf/), plural hooves (play /ˈhuːvz/ or /ˈhʊvz/) or hoofs (play /ˈhʊfs/), is the tip of a toe of an ungulate mammal, strengthened by a thick horny (keratin) covering. The hoof consists of a hard or rubbery sole, and a hard wall formed by a thick nail rolled around the tip of the toe. The weight of the animal is normally borne by both the sole and the edge of the hoof wall. Hooves grow continuously, and are constantly worn down by use.

Most even-toed ungulates (such as sheep, goats, deer, cattle, bison and pigs) have two main hooves on each foot, together called a cloven hoof. Most of these cloven-hoofed animals also have two smaller hoofs called dew-claws a little further up the leg – these are not normally used for walking, but in some species with larger dew-claws (such as deer and pigs) they may touch the ground when running or jumping, or if the ground is soft. Other cloven-hoofed animals (such as giraffes and pronghorns) have no dew claws. In some so-called "cloven-hoofed" animals such as camels, there are no hooves proper – the toe is softer, and the hoof itself is reduced to little more than a nail.

Some odd-toed ungulates (equids) have one hoof on each foot; others (including rhinoceroses, tapirs and many extinct species) have (or had) three hoofed or heavily nailed toes, or one hoof and two dew-claws. The tapir is a special case, with three toes on each hind foot and four toes on each front foot.

Sagittal section of a wild horsehoof. Pink: soft tissues; light gray: bone; blue: tendons; red: corium; yellow: digital cushion; dark gray: frog; orange: sole; brown: walls

Sheet plastinate of a horse hoof.

Rear foot of a giraffe (no dew claws)

Rear hooves of a horse

camel hoof

Uses

Hooves have historical significance in ceremonies and games. They have been used in burial ceremonies[1], in the Dart Golf game Dolf.[2] and in the song Hooves of the Ibex by Wormhole.[3]
See also

Horse hoof
Claw
Nail

References

^ M. E. Robertson-Mackay (1980). A head and hooves burial beneath a round barrow, with other Neolithic and Bronze Age sites on Hemp Knoll, near Avebury, Wiltshire. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society.
^ "WDFF Playing & Tournament Rules". 1999.
^ "Wormhole". 2007.

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Cloven hooves of Roe Deer (Capreolus capreolus), with dew claws

A hoof (play /ˈhuːf/ or /ˈhʊf/), plural hooves (play /ˈhuːvz/ or /ˈhʊvz/) or hoofs (play /ˈhʊfs/), is the tip of a toe of an ungulate mammal, strengthened by a thick horny (keratin) covering. The hoof consists of a hard or rubbery sole, and a hard wall formed by a thick nail rolled around the tip of the toe. The weight of the animal is normally borne by both the sole and the edge of the hoof wall. Hooves grow continuously, and are constantly worn down by use.

Most even-toed ungulates (such as sheep, goats, deer, cattle, bison and pigs) have two main hooves on each foot, together called a cloven hoof. Most of these cloven-hoofed animals also have two smaller hoofs called dew-claws a little further up the leg – these are not normally used for walking, but in some species with larger dew-claws (such as deer and pigs) they may touch the ground when running or jumping, or if the ground is soft. Other cloven-hoofed animals (such as giraffes and pronghorns) have no dew claws. In some so-called "cloven-hoofed" animals such as camels, there are no hooves proper – the toe is softer, and the hoof itself is reduced to little more than a nail.

Some odd-toed ungulates (equids) have one hoof on each foot; others (including rhinoceroses, tapirs and many extinct species) have (or had) three hoofed or heavily nailed toes, or one hoof and two dew-claws. The tapir is a special case, with three toes on each hind foot and four toes on each front foot.

Sagittal section of a wild horsehoof. Pink: soft tissues; light gray: bone; blue: tendons; red: corium; yellow: digital cushion; dark gray: frog; orange: sole; brown: walls

Sheet plastinate of a horse hoof.

Rear foot of a giraffe (no dew claws)

Rear hooves of a horse

camel hoof

Uses

Hooves have historical significance in ceremonies and games. They have been used in burial ceremonies[1], in the Dart Golf game Dolf.[2] and in the song Hooves of the Ibex by Wormhole.[3]
See also

Horse hoof
Claw
Nail

References

^ M. E. Robertson-Mackay (1980). A head and hooves burial beneath a round barrow, with other Neolithic and Bronze Age sites on Hemp Knoll, near Avebury, Wiltshire. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society.
^ "WDFF Playing & Tournament Rules". 1999.
^ "Wormhole". 2007.

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Cloven hooves of Roe Deer (Capreolus capreolus), with dew claws

A hoof (play /ˈhuːf/ or /ˈhʊf/), plural hooves (play /ˈhuːvz/ or /ˈhʊvz/) or hoofs (play /ˈhʊfs/), is the tip of a toe of an ungulate mammal, strengthened by a thick horny (keratin) covering. The hoof consists of a hard or rubbery sole, and a hard wall formed by a thick nail rolled around the tip of the toe. The weight of the animal is normally borne by both the sole and the edge of the hoof wall. Hooves grow continuously, and are constantly worn down by use.

Most even-toed ungulates (such as sheep, goats, deer, cattle, bison and pigs) have two main hooves on each foot, together called a cloven hoof. Most of these cloven-hoofed animals also have two smaller hoofs called dew-claws a little further up the leg – these are not normally used for walking, but in some species with larger dew-claws (such as deer and pigs) they may touch the ground when running or jumping, or if the ground is soft. Other cloven-hoofed animals (such as giraffes and pronghorns) have no dew claws. In some so-called "cloven-hoofed" animals such as camels, there are no hooves proper – the toe is softer, and the hoof itself is reduced to little more than a nail.

Some odd-toed ungulates (equids) have one hoof on each foot; others (including rhinoceroses, tapirs and many extinct species) have (or had) three hoofed or heavily nailed toes, or one hoof and two dew-claws. The tapir is a special case, with three toes on each hind foot and four toes on each front foot.

Sagittal section of a wild horsehoof. Pink: soft tissues; light gray: bone; blue: tendons; red: corium; yellow: digital cushion; dark gray: frog; orange: sole; brown: walls

Sheet plastinate of a horse hoof.

Rear foot of a giraffe (no dew claws)

Rear hooves of a horse

camel hoof

Uses

Hooves have historical significance in ceremonies and games. They have been used in burial ceremonies[1], in the Dart Golf game Dolf.[2] and in the song Hooves of the Ibex by Wormhole.[3]
See also

Horse hoof
Claw
Nail

References

^ M. E. Robertson-Mackay (1980). A head and hooves burial beneath a round barrow, with other Neolithic and Bronze Age sites on Hemp Knoll, near Avebury, Wiltshire. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society.
^ "WDFF Playing & Tournament Rules". 1999.
^ "Wormhole". 2007.

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Cloven hooves of Roe Deer (Capreolus capreolus), with dew claws

A hoof (play /ˈhuːf/ or /ˈhʊf/), plural hooves (play /ˈhuːvz/ or /ˈhʊvz/) or hoofs (play /ˈhʊfs/), is the tip of a toe of an ungulate mammal, strengthened by a thick horny (keratin) covering. The hoof consists of a hard or rubbery sole, and a hard wall formed by a thick nail rolled around the tip of the toe. The weight of the animal is normally borne by both the sole and the edge of the hoof wall. Hooves grow continuously, and are constantly worn down by use.

Most even-toed ungulates (such as sheep, goats, deer, cattle, bison and pigs) have two main hooves on each foot, together called a cloven hoof. Most of these cloven-hoofed animals also have two smaller hoofs called dew-claws a little further up the leg – these are not normally used for walking, but in some species with larger dew-claws (such as deer and pigs) they may touch the ground when running or jumping, or if the ground is soft. Other cloven-hoofed animals (such as giraffes and pronghorns) have no dew claws. In some so-called "cloven-hoofed" animals such as camels, there are no hooves proper – the toe is softer, and the hoof itself is reduced to little more than a nail.

Some odd-toed ungulates (equids) have one hoof on each foot; others (including rhinoceroses, tapirs and many extinct species) have (or had) three hoofed or heavily nailed toes, or one hoof and two dew-claws. The tapir is a special case, with three toes on each hind foot and four toes on each front foot.

Sagittal section of a wild horsehoof. Pink: soft tissues; light gray: bone; blue: tendons; red: corium; yellow: digital cushion; dark gray: frog; orange: sole; brown: walls

Sheet plastinate of a horse hoof.

Rear foot of a giraffe (no dew claws)

Rear hooves of a horse

camel hoof

Uses

Hooves have historical significance in ceremonies and games. They have been used in burial ceremonies[1], in the Dart Golf game Dolf.[2] and in the song Hooves of the Ibex by Wormhole.[3]
See also

Horse hoof
Claw
Nail

References

^ M. E. Robertson-Mackay (1980). A head and hooves burial beneath a round barrow, with other Neolithic and Bronze Age sites on Hemp Knoll, near Avebury, Wiltshire. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society.
^ "WDFF Playing & Tournament Rules". 1999.
^ "Wormhole". 2007.

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Cloven hooves of Roe Deer (Capreolus capreolus), with dew claws

A hoof (play /ˈhuːf/ or /ˈhʊf/), plural hooves (play /ˈhuːvz/ or /ˈhʊvz/) or hoofs (play /ˈhʊfs/), is the tip of a toe of an ungulate mammal, strengthened by a thick horny (keratin) covering. The hoof consists of a hard or rubbery sole, and a hard wall formed by a thick nail rolled around the tip of the toe. The weight of the animal is normally borne by both the sole and the edge of the hoof wall. Hooves grow continuously, and are constantly worn down by use.

Most even-toed ungulates (such as sheep, goats, deer, cattle, bison and pigs) have two main hooves on each foot, together called a cloven hoof. Most of these cloven-hoofed animals also have two smaller hoofs called dew-claws a little further up the leg – these are not normally used for walking, but in some species with larger dew-claws (such as deer and pigs) they may touch the ground when running or jumping, or if the ground is soft. Other cloven-hoofed animals (such as giraffes and pronghorns) have no dew claws. In some so-called "cloven-hoofed" animals such as camels, there are no hooves proper – the toe is softer, and the hoof itself is reduced to little more than a nail.

Some odd-toed ungulates (equids) have one hoof on each foot; others (including rhinoceroses, tapirs and many extinct species) have (or had) three hoofed or heavily nailed toes, or one hoof and two dew-claws. The tapir is a special case, with three toes on each hind foot and four toes on each front foot.

Sagittal section of a wild horsehoof. Pink: soft tissues; light gray: bone; blue: tendons; red: corium; yellow: digital cushion; dark gray: frog; orange: sole; brown: walls

Sheet plastinate of a horse hoof.

Rear foot of a giraffe (no dew claws)

Rear hooves of a horse

camel hoof

Uses

Hooves have historical significance in ceremonies and games. They have been used in burial ceremonies[1], in the Dart Golf game Dolf.[2] and in the song Hooves of the Ibex by Wormhole.[3]
See also

Horse hoof
Claw
Nail

References

^ M. E. Robertson-Mackay (1980). A head and hooves burial beneath a round barrow, with other Neolithic and Bronze Age sites on Hemp Knoll, near Avebury, Wiltshire. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society.
^ "WDFF Playing & Tournament Rules". 1999.
^ "Wormhole". 2007.

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Cloven hooves of Roe Deer (Capreolus capreolus), with dew claws

A hoof (play /ˈhuːf/ or /ˈhʊf/), plural hooves (play /ˈhuːvz/ or /ˈhʊvz/) or hoofs (play /ˈhʊfs/), is the tip of a toe of an ungulate mammal, strengthened by a thick horny (keratin) covering. The hoof consists of a hard or rubbery sole, and a hard wall formed by a thick nail rolled around the tip of the toe. The weight of the animal is normally borne by both the sole and the edge of the hoof wall. Hooves grow continuously, and are constantly worn down by use.

Most even-toed ungulates (such as sheep, goats, deer, cattle, bison and pigs) have two main hooves on each foot, together called a cloven hoof. Most of these cloven-hoofed animals also have two smaller hoofs called dew-claws a little further up the leg – these are not normally used for walking, but in some species with larger dew-claws (such as deer and pigs) they may touch the ground when running or jumping, or if the ground is soft. Other cloven-hoofed animals (such as giraffes and pronghorns) have no dew claws. In some so-called "cloven-hoofed" animals such as camels, there are no hooves proper – the toe is softer, and the hoof itself is reduced to little more than a nail.

Some odd-toed ungulates (equids) have one hoof on each foot; others (including rhinoceroses, tapirs and many extinct species) have (or had) three hoofed or heavily nailed toes, or one hoof and two dew-claws. The tapir is a special case, with three toes on each hind foot and four toes on each front foot.

Sagittal section of a wild horsehoof. Pink: soft tissues; light gray: bone; blue: tendons; red: corium; yellow: digital cushion; dark gray: frog; orange: sole; brown: walls

Sheet plastinate of a horse hoof.

Rear foot of a giraffe (no dew claws)

Rear hooves of a horse

camel hoof

Uses

Hooves have historical significance in ceremonies and games. They have been used in burial ceremonies[1], in the Dart Golf game Dolf.[2] and in the song Hooves of the Ibex by Wormhole.[3]
See also

Horse hoof
Claw
Nail

References

^ M. E. Robertson-Mackay (1980). A head and hooves burial beneath a round barrow, with other Neolithic and Bronze Age sites on Hemp Knoll, near Avebury, Wiltshire. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society.
^ "WDFF Playing & Tournament Rules". 1999.
^ "Wormhole". 2007.

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Cloven hooves of Roe Deer (Capreolus capreolus), with dew claws

A hoof (play /ˈhuːf/ or /ˈhʊf/), plural hooves (play /ˈhuːvz/ or /ˈhʊvz/) or hoofs (play /ˈhʊfs/), is the tip of a toe of an ungulate mammal, strengthened by a thick horny (keratin) covering. The hoof consists of a hard or rubbery sole, and a hard wall formed by a thick nail rolled around the tip of the toe. The weight of the animal is normally borne by both the sole and the edge of the hoof wall. Hooves grow continuously, and are constantly worn down by use.

Most even-toed ungulates (such as sheep, goats, deer, cattle, bison and pigs) have two main hooves on each foot, together called a cloven hoof. Most of these cloven-hoofed animals also have two smaller hoofs called dew-claws a little further up the leg – these are not normally used for walking, but in some species with larger dew-claws (such as deer and pigs) they may touch the ground when running or jumping, or if the ground is soft. Other cloven-hoofed animals (such as giraffes and pronghorns) have no dew claws. In some so-called "cloven-hoofed" animals such as camels, there are no hooves proper – the toe is softer, and the hoof itself is reduced to little more than a nail.

Some odd-toed ungulates (equids) have one hoof on each foot; others (including rhinoceroses, tapirs and many extinct species) have (or had) three hoofed or heavily nailed toes, or one hoof and two dew-claws. The tapir is a special case, with three toes on each hind foot and four toes on each front foot.

Sagittal section of a wild horsehoof. Pink: soft tissues; light gray: bone; blue: tendons; red: corium; yellow: digital cushion; dark gray: frog; orange: sole; brown: walls

Sheet plastinate of a horse hoof.

Rear foot of a giraffe (no dew claws)

Rear hooves of a horse

camel hoof

Uses

Hooves have historical significance in ceremonies and games. They have been used in burial ceremonies[1], in the Dart Golf game Dolf.[2] and in the song Hooves of the Ibex by Wormhole.[3]
See also

Horse hoof
Claw
Nail

References

^ M. E. Robertson-Mackay (1980). A head and hooves burial beneath a round barrow, with other Neolithic and Bronze Age sites on Hemp Knoll, near Avebury, Wiltshire. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society.
^ "WDFF Playing & Tournament Rules". 1999.
^ "Wormhole". 2007.

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Cloven hooves of Roe Deer (Capreolus capreolus), with dew claws

A hoof (play /ˈhuːf/ or /ˈhʊf/), plural hooves (play /ˈhuːvz/ or /ˈhʊvz/) or hoofs (play /ˈhʊfs/), is the tip of a toe of an ungulate mammal, strengthened by a thick horny (keratin) covering. The hoof consists of a hard or rubbery sole, and a hard wall formed by a thick nail rolled around the tip of the toe. The weight of the animal is normally borne by both the sole and the edge of the hoof wall. Hooves grow continuously, and are constantly worn down by use.

Most even-toed ungulates (such as sheep, goats, deer, cattle, bison and pigs) have two main hooves on each foot, together called a cloven hoof. Most of these cloven-hoofed animals also have two smaller hoofs called dew-claws a little further up the leg – these are not normally used for walking, but in some species with larger dew-claws (such as deer and pigs) they may touch the ground when running or jumping, or if the ground is soft. Other cloven-hoofed animals (such as giraffes and pronghorns) have no dew claws. In some so-called "cloven-hoofed" animals such as camels, there are no hooves proper – the toe is softer, and the hoof itself is reduced to little more than a nail.

Some odd-toed ungulates (equids) have one hoof on each foot; others (including rhinoceroses, tapirs and many extinct species) have (or had) three hoofed or heavily nailed toes, or one hoof and two dew-claws. The tapir is a special case, with three toes on each hind foot and four toes on each front foot.

Sagittal section of a wild horsehoof. Pink: soft tissues; light gray: bone; blue: tendons; red: corium; yellow: digital cushion; dark gray: frog; orange: sole; brown: walls

Sheet plastinate of a horse hoof.

Rear foot of a giraffe (no dew claws)

Rear hooves of a horse

camel hoof

Uses

Hooves have historical significance in ceremonies and games. They have been used in burial ceremonies[1], in the Dart Golf game Dolf.[2] and in the song Hooves of the Ibex by Wormhole.[3]
See also

Horse hoof
Claw
Nail

References

^ M. E. Robertson-Mackay (1980). A head and hooves burial beneath a round barrow, with other Neolithic and Bronze Age sites on Hemp Knoll, near Avebury, Wiltshire. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society.
^ "WDFF Playing & Tournament Rules". 1999.
^ "Wormhole". 2007.

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Cloven hooves of Roe Deer (Capreolus capreolus), with dew claws

A hoof (play /ˈhuːf/ or /ˈhʊf/), plural hooves (play /ˈhuːvz/ or /ˈhʊvz/) or hoofs (play /ˈhʊfs/), is the tip of a toe of an ungulate mammal, strengthened by a thick horny (keratin) covering. The hoof consists of a hard or rubbery sole, and a hard wall formed by a thick nail rolled around the tip of the toe. The weight of the animal is normally borne by both the sole and the edge of the hoof wall. Hooves grow continuously, and are constantly worn down by use.

Most even-toed ungulates (such as sheep, goats, deer, cattle, bison and pigs) have two main hooves on each foot, together called a cloven hoof. Most of these cloven-hoofed animals also have two smaller hoofs called dew-claws a little further up the leg – these are not normally used for walking, but in some species with larger dew-claws (such as deer and pigs) they may touch the ground when running or jumping, or if the ground is soft. Other cloven-hoofed animals (such as giraffes and pronghorns) have no dew claws. In some so-called "cloven-hoofed" animals such as camels, there are no hooves proper – the toe is softer, and the hoof itself is reduced to little more than a nail.

Some odd-toed ungulates (equids) have one hoof on each foot; others (including rhinoceroses, tapirs and many extinct species) have (or had) three hoofed or heavily nailed toes, or one hoof and two dew-claws. The tapir is a special case, with three toes on each hind foot and four toes on each front foot.

Sagittal section of a wild horsehoof. Pink: soft tissues; light gray: bone; blue: tendons; red: corium; yellow: digital cushion; dark gray: frog; orange: sole; brown: walls

Sheet plastinate of a horse hoof.

Rear foot of a giraffe (no dew claws)

Rear hooves of a horse

camel hoof

Uses

Hooves have historical significance in ceremonies and games. They have been used in burial ceremonies[1], in the Dart Golf game Dolf.[2] and in the song Hooves of the Ibex by Wormhole.[3]
See also

Horse hoof
Claw
Nail

References

^ M. E. Robertson-Mackay (1980). A head and hooves burial beneath a round barrow, with other Neolithic and Bronze Age sites on Hemp Knoll, near Avebury, Wiltshire. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society.
^ "WDFF Playing & Tournament Rules". 1999.
^ "Wormhole". 2007.

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Cloven hooves of Roe Deer (Capreolus capreolus), with dew claws

A hoof (play /ˈhuːf/ or /ˈhʊf/), plural hooves (play /ˈhuːvz/ or /ˈhʊvz/) or hoofs (play /ˈhʊfs/), is the tip of a toe of an ungulate mammal, strengthened by a thick horny (keratin) covering. The hoof consists of a hard or rubbery sole, and a hard wall formed by a thick nail rolled around the tip of the toe. The weight of the animal is normally borne by both the sole and the edge of the hoof wall. Hooves grow continuously, and are constantly worn down by use.

Most even-toed ungulates (such as sheep, goats, deer, cattle, bison and pigs) have two main hooves on each foot, together called a cloven hoof. Most of these cloven-hoofed animals also have two smaller hoofs called dew-claws a little further up the leg – these are not normally used for walking, but in some species with larger dew-claws (such as deer and pigs) they may touch the ground when running or jumping, or if the ground is soft. Other cloven-hoofed animals (such as giraffes and pronghorns) have no dew claws. In some so-called "cloven-hoofed" animals such as camels, there are no hooves proper – the toe is softer, and the hoof itself is reduced to little more than a nail.

Some odd-toed ungulates (equids) have one hoof on each foot; others (including rhinoceroses, tapirs and many extinct species) have (or had) three hoofed or heavily nailed toes, or one hoof and two dew-claws. The tapir is a special case, with three toes on each hind foot and four toes on each front foot.

Sagittal section of a wild horsehoof. Pink: soft tissues; light gray: bone; blue: tendons; red: corium; yellow: digital cushion; dark gray: frog; orange: sole; brown: walls

Sheet plastinate of a horse hoof.

Rear foot of a giraffe (no dew claws)

Rear hooves of a horse

camel hoof

Uses

Hooves have historical significance in ceremonies and games. They have been used in burial ceremonies[1], in the Dart Golf game Dolf.[2] and in the song Hooves of the Ibex by Wormhole.[3]
See also

Horse hoof
Claw
Nail

References

^ M. E. Robertson-Mackay (1980). A head and hooves burial beneath a round barrow, with other Neolithic and Bronze Age sites on Hemp Knoll, near Avebury, Wiltshire. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society.
^ "WDFF Playing & Tournament Rules". 1999.
^ "Wormhole". 2007.

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Cloven hooves of Roe Deer (Capreolus capreolus), with dew claws

A hoof (play /ˈhuːf/ or /ˈhʊf/), plural hooves (play /ˈhuːvz/ or /ˈhʊvz/) or hoofs (play /ˈhʊfs/), is the tip of a toe of an ungulate mammal, strengthened by a thick horny (keratin) covering. The hoof consists of a hard or rubbery sole, and a hard wall formed by a thick nail rolled around the tip of the toe. The weight of the animal is normally borne by both the sole and the edge of the hoof wall. Hooves grow continuously, and are constantly worn down by use.

Most even-toed ungulates (such as sheep, goats, deer, cattle, bison and pigs) have two main hooves on each foot, together called a cloven hoof. Most of these cloven-hoofed animals also have two smaller hoofs called dew-claws a little further up the leg – these are not normally used for walking, but in some species with larger dew-claws (such as deer and pigs) they may touch the ground when running or jumping, or if the ground is soft. Other cloven-hoofed animals (such as giraffes and pronghorns) have no dew claws. In some so-called "cloven-hoofed" animals such as camels, there are no hooves proper – the toe is softer, and the hoof itself is reduced to little more than a nail.

Some odd-toed ungulates (equids) have one hoof on each foot; others (including rhinoceroses, tapirs and many extinct species) have (or had) three hoofed or heavily nailed toes, or one hoof and two dew-claws. The tapir is a special case, with three toes on each hind foot and four toes on each front foot.

Sagittal section of a wild horsehoof. Pink: soft tissues; light gray: bone; blue: tendons; red: corium; yellow: digital cushion; dark gray: frog; orange: sole; brown: walls

Sheet plastinate of a horse hoof.

Rear foot of a giraffe (no dew claws)

Rear hooves of a horse

camel hoof

Uses

Hooves have historical significance in ceremonies and game

ItsMe Posted on 01/10/2011 21:02
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Can't believe you edited that post [:D]
It's not as if anyone would spot a typo in it [:D]

ItsMe Posted on 02/10/2011 00:19
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Cheeky hoof
[:D]

viv_andersons_nana Posted on 02/10/2011 02:49
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Blimey.

rufus4 Posted on 02/10/2011 07:09
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Morning Hoof.Blimey that was only a small post by Hotshot.The thing is I read it as well.I didn't know that about tapir.So from a pointless post we have been educated.
I doff my cap to you sir.[^][^]

HomerSimpson Posted on 02/10/2011 08:14
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Hooooooooooof.
Doh!

raglasher Posted on 02/10/2011 10:51
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Up at 7 then spent 2hrs painting the back door
so it will dry before tonight.[hard working lad]

ItsMe Posted on 02/10/2011 12:00
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Wow! A lie in!! First time for weeks!!

ItsMe Posted on 02/10/2011 12:40
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Just found a fiver in the pocket of my jeans which I knew nothing about [ref]

raglasher Posted on 02/10/2011 13:14
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I found £20 in my pocket that had been through the washer

ItsMe Posted on 02/10/2011 13:44
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Unlucky Rag, mine were just about to be put in

raglasher Posted on 02/10/2011 14:24
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At least it was clean

rufus4 Posted on 02/10/2011 15:14
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Lets hope us bunch of "tedious, turgid, uninspiring bell-ends "reach 2000 on this meaningless list of uninteresting bollox.

By the way ItsMe how come you still money left?

ItsMe Posted on 02/10/2011 15:53
FAO Schoolyboyerror

It's my last fiver Rufus [:P]

raglasher Posted on 02/10/2011 19:03
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Tedius, turged, unisnspired bell-ends. FAME AT LAST

raglasher Posted on 02/10/2011 20:56
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Off to get thrashed with a wet lettuce [:P]

ItsMe Posted on 02/10/2011 23:01
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Got a feeling this thread will never go away [:D]

GOPP

(Go On Pointless Posters)

ItsMe Posted on 03/10/2011 06:43
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Another hungover hoof
[B)]

Razmond_HWDR Posted on 03/10/2011 07:11
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'GOPP

(Go On Pointless Posters)'

how very Alan Partridge!

Kent_MFC Posted on 03/10/2011 07:33
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Yermam

raglasher Posted on 03/10/2011 08:53
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GOPP very catchie

ItsMe Posted on 03/10/2011 09:00
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How many posts do think this thread will get to [?]

Razmond_HWDR Posted on 03/10/2011 09:01
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more than 12 posts

ItsMe Posted on 03/10/2011 09:03
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Safe bet there Raz [:D]

ItsMe Posted on 03/10/2011 09:15
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What's the longest thread in FMTTM history?

Razmond_HWDR Posted on 03/10/2011 09:17
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6ft

ItsMe Posted on 03/10/2011 09:17
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Another 8" to go then [8)]

ItsMe Posted on 03/10/2011 10:49
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Cheeky dink to the top [8)]

raglasher Posted on 03/10/2011 12:13
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Im 6ft 8in

ItsMe Posted on 03/10/2011 14:15
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I'm 5'10"

monkeyman Posted on 03/10/2011 19:48
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boi-oing! [ref]

ItsMe Posted on 03/10/2011 20:09
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Just when you thought we'd gone.
[:D]

mooghead Posted on 03/10/2011 20:11
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"I'm 5'10"

Just been on wickedpedio

This officially means 5 inches 10 millimetres...

ItsMe Posted on 03/10/2011 20:16
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Only with an erection Moog [:P]

SNOWBANDIT Posted on 03/10/2011 20:20
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We will never die - we ragged, merry few [^]

ItsMe Posted on 03/10/2011 21:03
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We shall overcome [^]

raglasher Posted on 03/10/2011 21:28
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Just got back from church[:D]

ItsMe Posted on 03/10/2011 21:50
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Is church a euphemism for pub [smi]

mooghead Posted on 03/10/2011 22:15
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Damn it... replied again and bumped the basterd right up


[|)]

ItsMe Posted on 03/10/2011 22:38
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Accidental hoof?
[:D]

rufus4 Posted on 04/10/2011 05:53
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Purposeful,pointless HOOOOOOOFFFFF!!!!!!!
[:D][:D]

ItsMe Posted on 04/10/2011 07:46
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I know you were on night last night Rufus and as you posted at about 5am I'm assuming you'd just woke up [:D]

jannizart Posted on 04/10/2011 07:58
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I sneezed and hit the wrong button

ItsMe Posted on 04/10/2011 08:12
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Bless you
[:D]

Razmond_HWDR Posted on 04/10/2011 09:52
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i blame the potential for the latest hurricane to hit our shores for that sneeze.

Watch out Thursady onwards, the hurricane is on its way (Othelia)

ItsMe Posted on 04/10/2011 09:55
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Along with 3ft of snow [xx(]

Razmond_HWDR Posted on 04/10/2011 09:56
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such weather conditions will bring snow, frost, wind, and rain with it.

ItsMe Posted on 04/10/2011 09:57
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Better find me scarf [xx(]

raglasher Posted on 04/10/2011 10:55
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Its beautiful weather here [:D]

ItsMe Posted on 04/10/2011 11:10
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Where's here?

Razmond_HWDR Posted on 04/10/2011 11:11
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no york, as its shyte here [V]

raglasher Posted on 04/10/2011 16:37
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This fell on to the second page [cr]

SNOWBANDIT Posted on 04/10/2011 18:27
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Looking forward to " One Lucky Elephant" tonight [^]

ItsMe Posted on 04/10/2011 18:36
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Raglasher, you are our wicketkeeper [:D]

raglasher Posted on 04/10/2011 19:15
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Anything to help [^]

SNOWBANDIT Posted on 04/10/2011 21:02
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When's the night shift on?

ItsMe Posted on 05/10/2011 00:16
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It was a late start for the nightshifts tonight.
Rufus has been quiet lately [?]

rufus4 Posted on 05/10/2011 01:48
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Been busy ItsMe.But Rufus is back!!
Big Night Shift HOOOOOFFFFFFF!!!
[:D][:D]

monkeyman Posted on 05/10/2011 03:46
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fluckin' WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!! muthafluckers!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

raglasher Posted on 05/10/2011 08:58
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Morning campers [:X]

raglasher Posted on 05/10/2011 10:58
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Is there life out there [sad]

ItsMe Posted on 05/10/2011 11:17
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Been busy Rag but don't worry brother, I'm still with you [^]

Razmond_HWDR Posted on 05/10/2011 11:18
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whats the craic?

SNOWBANDIT Posted on 05/10/2011 11:25
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The craic has great cultural currency and significance in Ireland.

Apparently[|)]

Razmond_HWDR Posted on 05/10/2011 11:28
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i'm not a fan of all that bollox

rufus4 Posted on 05/10/2011 13:47
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Refreshed after a kip.What do you mean busy ItsMe?
Have you seen this ?.
[:D][:D]




Link: Dan Dan

raglasher Posted on 05/10/2011 14:13
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Phew i thought everybody was dead [:D]

ItsMe Posted on 05/10/2011 15:05
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Not dead, just dead busy [:D]

raglasher Posted on 05/10/2011 16:46
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I had to keep wicket again [?]

raglasher Posted on 05/10/2011 18:44
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Fish&chips & mushy peas for tea [^][^][^][^]

rufus4 Posted on 05/10/2011 23:02
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Up here in Bishop Auckland I had a meat feast pizza and only 4 pints of ale.Driving to Hull tomorrow.[|)][|)]

dyke_hammer Posted on 06/10/2011 00:03
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this is why i dont go to the match

raglasher Posted on 06/10/2011 08:14
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Morning campers beautiful day here in Torquay [:D]

ItsMe Posted on 06/10/2011 08:53
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Bit nippy this morning in God's Country [xx(]

raglasher Posted on 06/10/2011 10:25
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Baking hot here, bannana`s are ripening on the trees as you look at them

Razmond_HWDR Posted on 06/10/2011 10:27
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the blustery rain has arrived here, it is darting around in every direction like a confused flippertyjibbish

rufus4 Posted on 06/10/2011 11:31
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Bit nippy in Hull and it smells of fish.

ItsMe Posted on 06/10/2011 11:48
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Change yer undercrackers then Rufus [;)]

pr2206 Posted on 06/10/2011 12:44
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hoof ..

gotnonejohn Posted on 06/10/2011 12:48
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[:O]

ItsMe Posted on 06/10/2011 15:15
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Well caught that man [^]

raglasher Posted on 06/10/2011 17:51
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HaS THIS THREAD STILL GOT LEGS

monkeyman Posted on 06/10/2011 17:55
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It hasn't lost it's spider legs

(([:D])) (([:X])) (([}:)]))

rufus4 Posted on 06/10/2011 19:02
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Changed them ItsMe.Still stinks of fish.
This thread still has legs[^][^][^]

raglasher Posted on 06/10/2011 20:10
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ok LEGS IT HAS THEN

ItsMe Posted on 06/10/2011 20:21
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Fcuk it, I'm off to the Gren [^]

monkeyman Posted on 06/10/2011 23:02
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Flllllllllllllllllling! [:(!]

ItsMe Posted on 07/10/2011 08:25
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Morning hoof
[:D]

raglasher Posted on 07/10/2011 08:42
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My gout has flared up so i have a THROBBING big toe

ItsMe Posted on 07/10/2011 09:10
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Poor Rag
[|)]

Naboo_The_Enigma Posted on 07/10/2011 09:15
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I just burned my tongue

ItsMe Posted on 07/10/2011 09:16
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We have a virgin poster here, welcome Naboo [^]

raglasher Posted on 07/10/2011 10:59
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Welcome Naboo to this pointless post[:D][:D][:D]

Razmond_HWDR Posted on 07/10/2011 11:02
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i have paper in front of me with letters on it, which put together describe a fax machine. To the side of this i have two pens, and further along i have two colourful paperclips one being of the blue colour and one of the green...

.... carry one [^]

Kent_MFC Posted on 07/10/2011 11:07
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Just having a quick cuppa then im off.....

raglasher Posted on 07/10/2011 16:00
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I have always been a coffee man but lately i have been having the odd cup of lemon tea. Cider is still no 1

raglasher Posted on 07/10/2011 17:04
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Where is the night shift [?]

rufus4 Posted on 08/10/2011 01:49
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Night time HOOOOOOFFFFFF!!!Just back from Hull.Ready for my pit.[|)][|)][|)]

raglasher Posted on 08/10/2011 08:23
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Bloody hell just had to dose the cat she had fleas even though she WAS given frontline a couple of weeks ago.[:(!]

raglasher Posted on 08/10/2011 17:12
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My last post on this thread i think it should
be laid to rest.

ItsMe Posted on 08/10/2011 19:50
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Can't believe it lasted this long [:D]
What were you doing in Hull Rufus?

rufus4 Posted on 08/10/2011 20:34
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Hi ItsMe .Was visiting a relative who turned 80 the other day.They actually live in Bilton about 4 miles from Hull.
Is this thread dying or what!![cr][cr]

rkangel Posted on 08/10/2011 22:14
FAO Schoolyboyerror

I'm back, after some time away. I'll kill this thread. I have previous.

ItsMe Posted on 09/10/2011 01:26
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Was that your younger brother then Rufus [;)]

rufus4 Posted on 09/10/2011 01:28
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Yes but only by 18 months[;)]

ItsMe Posted on 09/10/2011 10:59
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You look much older [:O]

ThorntreeExile Posted on 09/10/2011 11:09
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Ive been sent out to work at Hull on Monday and Tuesday of next week...small world eh !! [:P]

rufus4 Posted on 09/10/2011 12:58
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Yes it is mate because I'm back there on Tuesday to collect my dughter from the ferry terminal.If you see the blue Honda Rufus mobile give me a wave.Where abouts in Hull are you working?

ItsMe Posted on 10/10/2011 10:00
FAO Schoolyboyerror

One last cheeky hoof [8)]

Razmond_HWDR Posted on 10/10/2011 10:02
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hi its so cold in here i've just put my coat on.... doodling with my pen and pad, seems winter has now truely arrived such a glum day.

ItsMe Posted on 10/10/2011 10:09
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It was winter this morning [xx(]

Razmond_HWDR Posted on 10/10/2011 10:10
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my email is very slow today, i think its because of the winter weather

ItsMe Posted on 10/10/2011 23:23
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The problem with drunken hoofs is you always think your next one is your last one [:I]

jonniovdaboro Posted on 11/10/2011 00:12
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HOOOOOOOOFFF

ItsMe Posted on 11/10/2011 08:26
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Go on Jonni lad [^]

HolgateSp1kes Posted on 11/10/2011 09:48
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[fb]

ItsMe Posted on 11/10/2011 10:51
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Everytime Poncey's "Ok, the truth about the section 27 order" thread reappears - this thread is getting hoofed [smi]

rufus4 Posted on 11/10/2011 12:53
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Huge HOOOOOOFFFFFFF!!!

Razmond_HWDR Posted on 11/10/2011 12:58
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testicles

ItsMe Posted on 11/10/2011 14:33
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XXXXXX

SNOWBANDIT Posted on 12/10/2011 10:13
FAO Schoolyboyerror

oops

ItsMe Posted on 12/10/2011 10:24
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Slip of the hoof there Bandit? [:D]

SNOWBANDIT Posted on 12/10/2011 13:07
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Aye [^] 2 left feet [|)]

Schoolboyerror Posted on 12/10/2011 13:27
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As the commander of the Enola Gay said "Oh God, what have I done?"

[^][^][^]

ItsMe Posted on 12/10/2011 13:55
FAO Schoolyboyerror

You've created a monster Dr. Frankenstein [:P]

Razmond_HWDR Posted on 12/10/2011 14:00
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hiya

Schoolboyerror Posted on 12/10/2011 14:08
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Do we know if it is the most posts yet?

If not shall we keep trying.

Have to beat the section 27 anyway, even though his is loads more interesting.

[^][^][^]

Bororeturn1 Posted on 12/10/2011 14:14
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I think weve catergorically smashed the Section 27 threads back doors right in!!!!!

smogmonster4 Posted on 12/10/2011 16:34
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Thought that the smoggy would get a Hoof in.It's miserable up here in Peterhead and I don't mean the weather.[:(!]

ItsMe Posted on 12/10/2011 22:31
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Is this your first contribution Smogmonster4?

smogmonster4 Posted on 12/10/2011 22:54
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No I think this was the post that I told about my Black Start tests..I'm sat in my room in Peterhead,bored out of my skull and missing the delights of Middlesbrough.

Schoolboyerror Posted on 13/10/2011 00:58
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If you are that bored, why don't you count down from the top of the thread and see what number your post is about your blackstart test, then post the number?

Hope the tests went well and nobody got evacuated.

[^][^][^]

ItsMe Posted on 13/10/2011 07:22
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SBE, that would be a brilliantly pointless post [^]

Razmond_HWDR Posted on 13/10/2011 07:31
FAO Schoolyboyerror

smogmonster4 Posted on 29/09/2011 09:49
FAO Schoolyboyerror
Report Message | Email Message To A Friend | Reply To Message

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I am doing Black start testing today.
You lucky so and sos who have hangovers.Too busy up here to have a drink.

Will not be near a computer now for at least 11 hours. S HOOOOOOOOF! from the Smogmonster.


rufus4 Posted on 13/10/2011 22:47
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Is this thread still going?.[:D][:D]

Razmond_HWDR Posted on 14/10/2011 08:27
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no

ItsMe Posted on 14/10/2011 09:30
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We still haven't found out what the longest thread in FMTTM history is?

SNOWBANDIT Posted on 14/10/2011 13:46
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afternoon- sunny out

Schoolboyerror Posted on 14/10/2011 14:01
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Mental not to self.

Only look at this post every increase by ten.

Otherwise it takes ages to scroll and the end result is Pointless.

But maybe that's my own fault.

[^][^][^]

Razmond_HWDR Posted on 14/10/2011 14:03
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have you seen that new gameshow on day time tv?

its Pointless [^]

ItsMe Posted on 14/10/2011 14:15
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SBE, you must be using your phone then [:D]

ItsMe Posted on 15/10/2011 19:45
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Found it [^]
[:D]

Schoolboyerror Posted on 16/10/2011 14:44
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Why did it take me three pages to find this?

Will it still be going at Christmas?7

[^][^][^]

ItsMe Posted on 16/10/2011 14:49
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2 and bit months to go, will we make it [?]

rufus4 Posted on 16/10/2011 17:41
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Rufus is back to HOOOOOOFFFFF!!!!! it[:D][:D]

ItsMe Posted on 16/10/2011 23:32
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Hoof back at ya Rufus [;)]

ibiza_74 Posted on 18/10/2011 00:46
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HOOF[:D]

ItsMe Posted on 18/10/2011 08:31
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Thought we'd lost you Ibiza [:D]

rufus4 Posted on 18/10/2011 09:03
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Hello ItsMe.Big Hoof from me.!!

itsthere Posted on 18/10/2011 10:11
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.


Link: UTB

ibiza_74 Posted on 18/10/2011 22:13
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HOOF[:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 18/10/2011 22:13
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF[:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 18/10/2011 22:14
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF[:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 18/10/2011 22:14
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF[:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 18/10/2011 22:14
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF[:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 18/10/2011 22:15
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF[:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 18/10/2011 22:15
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF[:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 18/10/2011 22:15
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF[:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 18/10/2011 22:16
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF[:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 18/10/2011 22:16
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF[:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 18/10/2011 22:17
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF[:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 18/10/2011 22:17
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF[:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 18/10/2011 22:54
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF[:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 18/10/2011 22:55
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF[:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 18/10/2011 22:55
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF[:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 18/10/2011 22:55
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF[:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 18/10/2011 22:55
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF[:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 18/10/2011 22:56
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF[:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 18/10/2011 22:56
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF[:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 18/10/2011 22:56
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF[:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 18/10/2011 22:56
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF[:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 18/10/2011 22:57
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF[:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 18/10/2011 22:57
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF[:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 18/10/2011 22:57
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF[:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 18/10/2011 22:58
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF[:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 18/10/2011 22:58
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF[:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 18/10/2011 22:58
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF[:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 18/10/2011 22:59
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF[:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 18/10/2011 22:59
FAO Schoolyboyerror

HOOF[:D]

smogmonster4 Posted on 19/10/2011 00:25
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This thread still going then!!!
BIG HOOF from the old Smogster.[smi][smi]

ItsMe Posted on 19/10/2011 08:10
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Got to be the Christmas number 1 [:D]

SNOWBANDIT Posted on 19/10/2011 09:42
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Lets get Guy Fawkes Night out the way first[8D]

Razmond_HWDR Posted on 19/10/2011 09:46
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burn this thread down on bonny night!

maddrenswillie Posted on 19/10/2011 09:57
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Christ on a bike!!!

bear66 Posted on 19/10/2011 09:59
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Good Dolly Parton track on the Radio 2 on the way back from the match last night

ItsMe Posted on 19/10/2011 11:18
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Halloween

Bonfire night

Christmas

New Year

[:D][^]

Razmond_HWDR Posted on 19/10/2011 11:20
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Jesus
Cheeses
Pizzas

any link?

ItsMe Posted on 19/10/2011 22:16
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I give up, what's the link [?]

SNOWBANDIT Posted on 20/10/2011 22:33
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[xx(] [^]

monkeyman Posted on 21/10/2011 06:14
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rawr [:X]

rufus4 Posted on 21/10/2011 19:14
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Big HOOOOOOOOOFFFFFFFF!!!!!

ItsMe Posted on 22/10/2011 18:30
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Hoof

ItsMe Posted on 25/10/2011 08:39
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Just when you thought it was safe to go back on the board [:D]

rufus4 Posted on 28/10/2011 07:31
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Its back.[:D][:D]

ItsMe Posted on 28/10/2011 07:43
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Good catch that man [:D][^]

ItsMe Posted on 28/10/2011 11:06
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Blatent hoof to keep it running longer than Poncey's "Section 27" thread which he keeps shamelessly hoofing in order to satisfy his need to be the centre of attention [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 28/10/2011 16:39
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ibiza_74 Posted on 28/10/2011 16:39
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?

ibiza_74 Posted on 28/10/2011 16:41
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!

ibiza_74 Posted on 28/10/2011 16:41
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£

ItsMe Posted on 28/10/2011 18:14
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Hoofity-hoofity-hoofity-hoof! [:D]

EnglandOnTour Posted on 28/10/2011 18:16
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FFS. [xx(]

rufus4 Posted on 28/10/2011 18:51
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Blatant HOOOOOOFFFFFF!!!![:D][:D][:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 28/10/2011 19:52
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ItsMe Posted on 28/10/2011 21:31
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You on nights Rufus?

ibiza_74 Posted on 28/10/2011 23:46
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ibiza_74 Posted on 28/10/2011 23:46
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monkeyman Posted on 29/10/2011 00:50
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I'm a hoof the crap out of this shiz!!

bblf Posted on 29/10/2011 00:55
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Stop it now or it will go to the top again DOH !

ibiza_74 Posted on 29/10/2011 04:54
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ibiza_74 Posted on 29/10/2011 04:55
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+

monkeyman Posted on 29/10/2011 06:40
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super equals and fcucking mega plus


!!!!

ItsMe Posted on 30/10/2011 10:07
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The little bugger had done a runner but I caught it before it got too far!! [^]

ibiza_74 Posted on 30/10/2011 21:02
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ItsMe Posted on 30/10/2011 22:03
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&

rufus4 Posted on 31/10/2011 00:11
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%^&*()!

ItsMe Posted on 31/10/2011 11:08
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fwdguklwhgoiwHGOuhgp;EUGJLE

ItsMe Posted on 02/11/2011 22:27
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It was half way down the last page [:O]

rufus4 Posted on 03/11/2011 23:31
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Hope I'm old before I die.
Its back!![:D]

SNOWBANDIT Posted on 04/11/2011 00:27
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A trusty friend returns [^]

ItsMe Posted on 04/11/2011 08:18
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This thread's got a lot of bouncebackability [^]

Naboo_The_Enigma Posted on 04/11/2011 10:23
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Singers that sound like a chicken...

Bjork & Chaka Khan[:D]

ItsMe Posted on 04/11/2011 10:34
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Singers that sound like fish

"Bob" Marley

ibiza_74 Posted on 05/11/2011 22:00
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ibiza_74 Posted on 05/11/2011 22:01
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ibiza_74 Posted on 05/11/2011 22:01
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ibiza_74 Posted on 05/11/2011 22:02
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ibiza_74 Posted on 05/11/2011 22:04
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ItsMe Posted on 05/11/2011 23:06
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[:D]

ItsMe Posted on 09/11/2011 09:17
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A post bonfire night hoof [:D]

Naboo_The_Enigma Posted on 09/11/2011 09:42
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Loud Noises!!

rufus4 Posted on 09/11/2011 10:52
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Thought that we had lost this! [^][^][:D]

ItsMe Posted on 10/11/2011 09:08
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Poncey's "Section 27" thread is back so it's a hoof for this [^]

The_Crown Posted on 10/11/2011 09:22
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[:D]

ItsMe Posted on 10/11/2011 12:30
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A hoof for the same reason [^]

rufus4 Posted on 10/11/2011 17:12
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Its a HOOF!! from me.[:D]

ItsMe Posted on 11/11/2011 08:12
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It's a section 27 hoof [^]

ItsMe Posted on 11/11/2011 15:08
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Section 27 was at the top again

colin21 Posted on 11/11/2011 15:55
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I suppose I should hoof too then.

colin21 Posted on 11/11/2011 15:57
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And I don't have a yellow car and I wear socks.

EnglandOnTour Posted on 11/11/2011 15:58
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This still goes on FFS. [|)]

ItsMe Posted on 11/11/2011 16:21
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It'll continue until Poncey's Section 27 thread is allowed to die. Everytime his thread drops a couple of pages he hoofs it with an update of the latest development in his fight against a perceived injustice, sort of like Batman but in a Custard Mobile as opposed to a Bat Mobile.
Personally I'm beginning to wonder if his story is real or if he's just making it up to be the centre of attention - again!!

ibiza_74 Posted on 11/11/2011 20:16
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A Anti [V] Section 27 Hoof

SNOWBANDIT Posted on 12/11/2011 03:18
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Dink [fb]

monkeyman Posted on 12/11/2011 03:31
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Going for the 2k!!

monkeyman Posted on 12/11/2011 03:32
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monkeyman Posted on 12/11/2011 03:33
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[:o)]

monkeyman Posted on 12/11/2011 03:34
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monkeyman Posted on 12/11/2011 03:34
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hate

monkeyman Posted on 12/11/2011 03:34
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noin

monkeyman Posted on 12/11/2011 03:35
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hen

monkeyman Posted on 12/11/2011 03:35
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11+0

monkeyman Posted on 12/11/2011 03:35
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12

monkeyman Posted on 12/11/2011 03:36
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sh1tbox 13

monkeyman Posted on 12/11/2011 03:36
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fourteen

monkeyman Posted on 12/11/2011 03:37
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5-teen

monkeyman Posted on 12/11/2011 03:37
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sichsteen

monkeyman Posted on 12/11/2011 03:37
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sebenteen

monkeyman Posted on 12/11/2011 03:38
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monkeyman Posted on 12/11/2011 03:38
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neunzehn

monkeyman Posted on 12/11/2011 03:39
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twente

ItsMe Posted on 12/11/2011 10:39
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It's going to take a lot of hoofs to reach 2k

ibiza_74 Posted on 12/11/2011 15:01
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Hoof

ItsMe Posted on 12/11/2011 22:18
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Hoof

borobadge Posted on 13/11/2011 01:03
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[:D]


Link: bang !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

ItsMe Posted on 14/11/2011 11:04
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Its another section 27 inspired hoof

rufus4 Posted on 15/11/2011 00:00
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27 HOOOOOFFFFF!!!!!

monkeyman Posted on 15/11/2011 00:07
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┌∩┐(◣_◢)┌∩┐

ibiza_74 Posted on 15/11/2011 00:31
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Hoof[:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 15/11/2011 00:31
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Hoof[:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 15/11/2011 00:32
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Hoof[:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 15/11/2011 00:32
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Hoof[:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 15/11/2011 00:32
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Hoof[:D]

ItsMe Posted on 15/11/2011 08:09
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Monkey, that's brilliant!!! [^]

ItsMe Posted on 15/11/2011 13:14
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Section 28

ItsMe Posted on 15/11/2011 15:37
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Section 29

ItsMe Posted on 16/11/2011 14:48
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Section 30

ItsMe Posted on 16/11/2011 16:21
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Section 31

ibiza_74 Posted on 16/11/2011 19:27
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ItsMe Posted on 17/11/2011 00:08
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[:O]

That is genuinely the most amazing thing I have ever saw!
Ibiza you are a true artist and I wish I was wearing a cap so I could doff it to you sir [^]

monkeyman Posted on 17/11/2011 00:14
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.-.
(o o) boo!
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`~~~'

monkeyman Posted on 17/11/2011 00:20
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Oops [:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 17/11/2011 01:37
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Merry★* 。 • ˚ ˚ ˛ ˚ ˛ •
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ibiza_74 Posted on 17/11/2011 01:39
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ibiza_74 Posted on 17/11/2011 02:01
FAO Schoolyboyerror

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ibiza_74 Posted on 17/11/2011 02:02
FAO Schoolyboyerror

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FAO Schoolyboyerror

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ibiza_74 Posted on 17/11/2011 02:13
FAO Schoolyboyerror

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ibiza_74 Posted on 17/11/2011 02:14
FAO Schoolyboyerror

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ibiza_74 Posted on 17/11/2011 02:39
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OK. The TRUTH ABOUT the SECTION 27 Order
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monkeyman Posted on 17/11/2011 03:55
FAO Schoolyboyerror

lol @ ibiza's ASCII art. Nice [:D]

SNOWBANDIT Posted on 17/11/2011 09:04
FAO Schoolyboyerror

dink

ItsMe Posted on 17/11/2011 09:37
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Ibiza, that last one is my favourite [;)] [^]

ItsMe Posted on 17/11/2011 12:26
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Section 32

ItsMe Posted on 18/11/2011 19:37
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Hoof

ItsMe Posted on 21/11/2011 12:00
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Page 4

ItsMe Posted on 22/11/2011 11:56
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Poncey's Section 27 thread has been knocked off the bottom of the board so hopefully we won't see it again [^]

ItsMe Posted on 24/11/2011 10:57
FAO Schoolyboyerror

I'm bored [sad]

ibiza_74 Posted on 24/11/2011 11:59
FAO Schoolyboyerror

1400 by Christmas [^]

ItsMe Posted on 24/11/2011 12:02
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Definitely [:D][^]

ibiza_74 Posted on 25/11/2011 05:31
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Early morning Hoof [^]

ibiza_74 Posted on 25/11/2011 05:32
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Early morning Hoof Hoof [^]

ibiza_74 Posted on 25/11/2011 05:33
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Early morning Hoof Hoof Hoof [^]

ibiza_74 Posted on 25/11/2011 05:34
FAO Schoolyboyerror

EaRly MorNiNG HoOF hOOf HoOf [^]...PoNCe StyLE

ibiza_74 Posted on 25/11/2011 05:35
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Early morning Hoof Hoof Hoof Hoof Hoof Hoof [^]

monkeyman Posted on 25/11/2011 05:35
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I greet your hoof with open arms [:X][^][LOVE][:D][}:)][:D]

ibiza_74 Posted on 25/11/2011 05:35
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Early morning Hoof Hoof Hoof Hoof Hoof Hoof Hoof [^]

ibiza_74 Posted on 25/11/2011 05:39
FAO Schoolyboyerror

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ItsMe Posted on 25/11/2011 08:06
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Very artistic Ibiza, well done mate [^]

Naboo_The_Enigma Posted on 25/11/2011 09:37
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ibiza_74 Posted on 26/11/2011 05:46
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MMMMMMMMMMMOOOOOOOOOOOOOOORRRRRRRRRRRRRNNNNNNNNNNIIIIIIIIIIIIIIINNNNNNNNGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG hoof [^]

ibiza_74 Posted on 26/11/2011 05:47
FAO Schoolyboyerror

1350 HHHHHHHHHHHOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF

ItsMe Posted on 30/11/2011 12:27
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Booooiiiiiinnnnnnnnnggggggggggg

ItsMe Posted on 01/12/2011 08:16
FAO Schoolyboyerror

For some reason the 'Reply To Message' option is disappearing to the right of the screen [?]

ibiza_74 Posted on 03/12/2011 18:19
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Half time hoof [V]

ItsMe Posted on 06/12/2011 10:52
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Why does the "reply to message" option seem to be sliding off to the right of the screen?

Razmond_HWDR Posted on 06/12/2011 10:56
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has anyone ever shaved a monkey to see if underneath layeth a man?

ItsMe Posted on 06/12/2011 10:58
FAO Schoolyboyerror

I think we should skin a geordie to see if underneath layeth a monkey

ItsMe Posted on 07/12/2011 14:35
FAO Schoolyboyerror

1400 by Christmas?

ItsMe Posted on 09/12/2011 10:22
FAO Schoolyboyerror

Section 27 is back

borolad259 Posted on 09/12/2011 10:41
FAO Schoolyboyerror

If this thread was a song, it would be "What Goes On" by the Velvet Underground. The first ton made me laugh.

ibiza_74 Posted on 11/12/2011 13:19
FAO Schoolyboyerror

AN X FACTOR HOOF[^]

ibiza_74 Posted on 11/12/2011 13:20
FAO Schoolyboyerror

AN AMELIA LILY HOOF [^]

ItsMe Posted on 12/12/2011 19:35
FAO Schoolyboyerror

A Stethegadgie hoof [;)]