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#226623 - 12/04/08 12:55 pm Spider celebrates the 2008 festive season with a Xmas cartoon  
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The Crypt chapter of the Kentite motorcycle gang has opened another cask of vintage embalming fluid to raise a toast to all our mates on bb.com, and wish them a very merry Xmas and a prosperous new year.



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#226630 - 12/04/08 1:52 pm Re: Spider celebrates the 2008 festive season with a Xmas cartoon [Re: Grandad]  
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grandad,
happy holidays, in return- to yourself, and all others here at our virtual "home"!

i am starting to get into the spirit...Miss C and myself went out last night and got us a tree...set it up, lighted it and decorated it, enjoying the moment with a little something to drink...basking in the warm glow of both the lit tree AND the beverages!

tom


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#226674 - 12/04/08 9:53 pm Re: Spider celebrates the 2008 festive season with a Xmas cartoon [Re: ricochetrider]  
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That santa looks kinda familiar, under the beard it looks like Triumph Moderator John Healy him self... or am I wrong...?


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#226742 - 12/05/08 10:43 am Re: Spider celebrates the 2008 festive season with a Xmas cartoon [Re: Morgan aka Admin]  
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Hey Morgan,

It's not the Triump man I need to worry about - it's the BSA men! - What am I saying I AM a BSA man!!


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#226791 - 12/05/08 7:08 pm Re: Spider celebrates the 2008 festive season with a Xmas cartoon [Re: Grandad]  
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Grandad ...

Well done for noting the obvious here laugh

Now then ... Santa must visit 86,000,000,000 or so homes on the big day, and for THAT he'd obviously choose a smooth, stylish, and above all *Reliable* mount, and He'd want it to be red too, ....so a Pre Unit Triumph is the obvious choice bigt

He He ..........


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#226793 - 12/05/08 7:18 pm Re: Spider celebrates the 2008 festive season with a Xmas cartoon [Re: Graham Ham]  
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But surely his trailor would only have one wheel at the back!

ready for a BSA to crash into it


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#226808 - 12/05/08 8:20 pm Re: Spider celebrates the 2008 festive season with a Xmas cartoon [Re: Kev.]  
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That's right Kev, Santa used to have a one wheeled trailer but one of his elves rammed it with a BSA combo. The elf was demoted and sent down to earth to live amongst us humans where he still goes around ramming Triumphs wherever he finds them.


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#227373 - 12/09/08 10:23 pm Re: Spider celebrates the 2008 festive season with a Xmas cartoon [Re: Grandad]  
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Graham Santa has a BSA A10 the best bike in the world just take a look at this lad.



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#227436 - 12/10/08 10:55 am Re: Spider celebrates the 2008 festive season with a Xmas cartoon [Re: Grandad]  
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Ha ha, good one OldPJ bigt Couldn't see Father Christmas riding around on some old rattling heap, I just KNEW he'd go for a long distance bike of some sort, and there is the proof.

He'll have many a happy mile on that fine machine, and no rattles wink


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