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The Mystery Bidder

When a non WIS purchase...

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3 hours ago, WRENCH said:

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Only the one? :biggrin:

1 hour ago, Bonzodog said:

Big fan of meindl foot wear.

Me too, when I spent a lot of time hiking!

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10 minutes ago, Caller. said:

Only the one?

The other one is a mirror image. Hope that helps. 

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54 minutes ago, themysterybidder said:

I feel an inferiority complex coming on....I better lie down for a bit now that I'm an old man.....:wheelchair:

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11 minutes ago, Roger the Dodger said:

.I better lie down for a bit now that I'm an old man.....:wheelchair:

There are three signs of old age. The first is your loss of memory. I forget the other two.

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15 minutes ago, Roger the Dodger said:

C'mon, then...what does he say?

"Cushty", "This time next year, we'll be millionaires", "Lovely Jubbly", "Oh shut up, you tart" and "He Who Dares, Wins".  :thumbsup:

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17 minutes ago, Roger the Dodger said:

C'mon, then...what does he say?

"Shut up you tart!", "He who dares, wins!", "Cushty!", "This time next year, we'll be millionaires!" & "Lovely Jubbly!".

Doesn't have a Safety Warning tough !

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1 hour ago, The Mystery Bidder said:

I ordered something last night, I'm sure you all know who it will be, but what is it?  Can't wait!  :smiling-face-with-heart-eyes:

Hmmmmm...let me think....:hmmm9uh:

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On 13/07/2018 at 19:34, The Mystery Bidder said:

OK, so everyone who read this topic earlier knew who my delivery would be regarding  .  :thumbsup: 

I couldn't believe my eyes when I saw this on Amazon the other day, my very own Derek "Del Boy" Trotter soft toy!  :yahoo:   

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He's lovely, isn't he?  :thumbsup::king:

That looks more like Trigger than Del :ooops:

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come on can a watch ever compete with a nice motor? Even @BondandBigM knows it can't. Rolex LV or no Rolex LV, its never going to be a Porsche, BM, Merc, Jag or Maser. 

Image result for porsche 930 speedster

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1 hour ago, Nigelp said:

come on can a watch ever compete with a nice motor? Even @BondandBigM knows it can't. Rolex LV or no Rolex LV, its never going to be a Porsche, BM, Merc, Jag or Maser. 

Image result for porsche 930 speedster

All a car does is get you from A to B and back again...and my Kia Picanto does that admirably.

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10 hours ago, Roger the Dodger said:

All a car does is get you from A to B and back again...and my Kia Picanto does that admirably.

i know some times better than others but thats the top and bottom of it a watch is for more than telling the time. Fair point. 

Image result for kia picanto

Image result for jaguar e type series 1 fhc

now come on if offered the gift of both would you have @BondandBigM watch which tells the time superbly and looks lovely on the wrist, or would you rather be handed the keys free to the series 1 FHC?

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10 hours ago, Roger the Dodger said:

All a car does is get you from A to B and back again...and my Kia Picanto does that admirably.

Whereas a watch can.............tell you the time. Even a £20 quartz one can do that. :whistle:

I do enjoy my watches but being at the wheel of a Ferrari flat out down the Hanger Straight at Silverstone is bliss.

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10 hours ago, Roger the Dodger said:

All a car does is get you from A to B and back again...and my Kia Picanto does that admirably.

So do my Purdy boots, with such panache.

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19 minutes ago, Nigelp said:

now come on if offered the gift of both would you have @BondandBigM watch which tells the time superbly and looks lovely on the wrist, or would you rather be handed the keys free to the series 1 FHC?

TBH, I'd probably have an LV like Bond's...my little Kia is so nice and economical to run, tax (£30) and insure (£130).

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2 minutes ago, Roger the Dodger said:

TBH, I'd probably have an LV like Bond's...my little Kia is so nice and economical to run, tax (£30) and insure (£130).

come on rog dont be daft

 

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When I retired early six years back,I sold a two year old sub to help fund a new car.Very much doubt I would do the same again,especially given the pollution problems.My car stays in the garage most of the time ,I take the bus.

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