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On 16 Oct 2015 at 4:50pm Peevesy wrote:
Am I right in thinking that there is a new bonfire society exclusively for people who don't like bonfire and hide in their houses with the telly turned up on the 5th? If so I'd like to get in touch with them and ask what colours do they were or do they just stay in their pyjamas?
On 16 Oct 2015 at 6:58pm Mrs Grumpy wrote:
Dead right! Sedate the cats and dogs, open a bottle of wine or whatever, turn on the telly or DVD player, put your feet up. Later on you can go upstairs and watch the fireworks from the window. Pyjamas are optional but comfy!
On 16 Oct 2015 at 8:02pm Peevesy wrote:
I bought some hooped pyjamas for a nice night in on the 5th some time back but found myself having to go outdoors at the wrong moment to rescue a squirrel and I was arrested by an off duty prison officer and spent the next five years in the county clink. I rose to be a prominent prison hard man and was set on a career as the Sussex 'Bronson' but I missed my garden too much so I calmed down and they let me out. This year I'm going to hide in Heathfield.
On 16 Oct 2015 at 8:08pm Tipex wrote:
Cliffe will probably claim to have invented it like they claim to have invented fire...
On 16 Oct 2015 at 8:17pm Peevesy wrote:
They have the highest potential Nonfire society membership but getting them to admit it would be tricky.
On 19 Oct 2015 at 1:14pm Penguin wrote:
What else have Cliffe 'claimed' to have invented then Tipex?
On 23 Oct 2015 at 5:44pm Peevesy wrote:
I know for a fact that Cliffe did not invent Tipex. That was Borough, I think the Cliffe have a claim to Liquid Paper though.

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roboqueen 102:132

is it me or is it more expensive in the south then the north ,go on ebay or any thing u fancy buying, and the southern people... more
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