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'pedunkle'

 

You cant use that word on here Lee. One of the AN regulars has a fourth cousin married to a woman who once lived next door to a man who's boss has a second home in Ireland just up the road from some 'travellers'....and he's easily offended.

 

[ 18. October 2005, 07:37 PM: Message edited by: argyll ]

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Dear Gerry,

 

The travelling folk I know, and its a fair few, wouldn't know how to turn a computer on let alone bother to own one. Nick one maybe. So;

 

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And theres loads of those other pedunkle's chugging up and down those Norfolk/Suffolk peat bogs in search of big pike.

 

Sorry guys, but Nev did the biz a long time ago. What a legend that bloke is. Nearly as good as old swish plop Lumbie.

 

Regards,

 

Lee.

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No racist undertones intended I'm sure, Lee. My Gran is long departed so the good lady won't take offence. But she might! The old girl will be back to haunt you, reincarnated as Old Shuck. Part 'pedunkle' and proud of it.

 

Me, as I motor along the dykes and ditches of Broadland, my chant is 'Fat Slag, Fat slag, Fat slag. Mere 'piky' has no appeal, I search out the fat, large old girls who have been pulled by every Tom and have become easy pickings for the likes of me.

 

And yes, there is one full blooded, computer literate, Romany mush on site. He needs a computer, depending, as he does, on the grammer and word check facility.

 

[ 18. October 2005, 08:25 PM: Message edited by: Peter Waller ]

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Tis overated my Gorgio friend. Smelt work better than herring, but a good chant, fish finder and a good floro mag grubz works far better.

 

P.S. My old Gran is stoking up her copper.

 

Lee, have a read of:

http://www.geocities.com/Paris/5121/patrin.htm

Wordbender put me onto it, interesting.

 

[ 18. October 2005, 09:05 PM: Message edited by: Peter Waller ]

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