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captain cojones

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About captain cojones

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    nr alicante,southern spain
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    drinking cold beer, and a bit of fishing
  1. When you collect your key, just mention that the child you have booked in will be dropped off later my your wife.(If they can be bothered to ask) No big deal they dont check ID cards every time you go to your room. The tip was given to me by the manager of one of the Travelodge near to Luton airport. Many of the business users know and use this apparently.
  2. 70 years old and leaving??? That would be normally very old to do that sort of thing.
  3. You should have called back after 5 minutes and said..."Dont worry, just send an ambulance, ive killed him" That would have got a quicker response........but probably from armed units ..........who haven't got the best reputation with gun use according to some reports.
  4. That is just dreadful Barry. Even more so when it is work tools. Good luck.
  5. Top tip for you..If you are booking a Travelodge room, perhaps as a single person, put on the booking that you have a young child with you. It costs no more because the rates are for a room..But they avoid moving those bookings.
  6. Interesting read Snatcher! Thanks.
  7. We have them too. Perca del sol they are called here. Pretty little things.
  8. Wrong. Social security provisions are entirely the provision of individual sovereign states. We have an entirely different system to the UK. Hi Phone...Absolutely no idea why that would be.
  9. very nice. Key words..."Covered by the same rules as Spanish nationals" Who also dont get any benefits unless they have previously worked and built up their own "entitlement fund"....No free houses/accomodation...No free houses for pregnant teenagers...etc
  10. Maybe ones that have worked as per the link?? If you lot decide to give everybody else free houses...Great! As long as you realise that you have absolutely no obligation to do so..
  11. Your link has nothing to do with benefits...Nothing..Nada. Never mind it being 2 years old. The other link doesn't come from me, or my country...Read it. Its from the European press office.and as it concerns the UK ....Situated in BRITAIN
  12. http://blogs.ec.europa.eu/ECintheUK/getting-the-facts-straight-eu-rights-to-reside-in-another-member-state-eu-benefit-claimants-and-nhs-treatment-entitlement/ You will be pleased to find out they dont.....Same as they dont here either The link is from the European press office that i deal with occasionally..It sets out the myths that are occasionally put out as fact by UK tabloids.. Take a read, You may be surprised at the truth. Cheers
  13. No they dont....They get nothing unless they have previously paid into the system...Then they only get a percentage of what they have paid in...And for just a limited time.
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