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This very homely affair could be the ideal bivvy. Only requires one horsepower to get it to the waterside. Doesn't need erection, which should suit some of our members. Can be painted any colour of green that you like. Can be pushed to the rivers edge for barbelling, infact it can be pushed into shallow water and thus save on having a platform. The horsepower would provide the ideal environment for breeding worms. The more I think about it the more ideal it becomes. No council tax either, perfect!!

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Don't worry, Pete, we Romany types knows all manner of spells for such as 'ee.

 

Two stirs plus the right phrase, an' Ferret wakes up as a frog. Mind you, there's some as would reckon that'd be a promotion.

 

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And on the eighth day God created carp fishing...and he saw that it was pukka.

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You stirrer, Waller!

 

I cannot go piking as my hands mean that it's unsafe for the pike. However, I have a lot of respect for those that do....

 

On the other hand, I love being outdoors and session carp angling. I can see both sides of the argument and enjoy the opportunity of catch large carp - though I haven't graced Terry Hearn's pages - unlike Terry!

 

Most of all, I really like quality badinage!

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Wordbender:

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Most of all, I really like quality bondage!

Ah! Pure journalism... the selective misquote!!!!!

 

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You mean Freddie Starr DIDN'T eat that hamster?!!!

I dunno, I heard felching mentioned. Grosssssssss!

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