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#287601 - 12/06/09 1:37 pm Spider's Xmas cartoon  
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Spider wishes all his Britbike mates a very happy Xmas and a prosperous new year. Also lots of successful fettling and super riding and camping!
Now I'd better get back in the crypt before Graham catches me. I'm not supposed to be out in daylight!

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#287604 - 12/06/09 2:27 pm Re: Spider's Xmas cartoon [Re: Grandad]  
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Merry Xmas Grandad!
I see Grahams present is a proper bike a BSA this time.
You are such a generous dad! clap

Cheers
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#287629 - 12/06/09 5:20 pm Re: Spider's Xmas cartoon [Re: Morgan aka Admin]  
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Originally Posted By: Morgan

I see Grahams present is a proper bike a BSA this time.


That should teach him to behave better in the future eek


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#287630 - 12/06/09 5:27 pm Re: Spider's Xmas cartoon [Re: shel]  
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Hey !

i wouldn't *mind* a BSA for Xmas - I've got a wonky bench in the shed, and I could use something solid to prop it up with !

Marvleus

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#287633 - 12/06/09 5:40 pm Re: Spider's Xmas cartoon [Re: Graham Ham]  
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#287685 - 12/06/09 10:07 pm Re: Spider's Xmas cartoon [Re: Kev.]  
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I suppose that's one way for Graham to get a whole bike into his house..harhar... smile


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#287692 - 12/06/09 10:30 pm Re: Spider's Xmas cartoon [Re: KarlB]  
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Hey good thinking Karl ...

Now then, I've got the engine - so the big man only need bring a rolling chassis ?

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#287761 - 12/07/09 1:18 pm Re: Spider's Xmas cartoon [Re: Graham Ham]  
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Oi you lot, stop hijacking my thread for a BSA/Triumph punch up. It was supposed to bring the spirit of good will to all biking mankind, not a verbal rugby scrum.
Now, go to the bar, fill up your jugs and toast each other's good taste!!


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#287767 - 12/07/09 2:09 pm Re: Spider's Xmas cartoon [Re: Grandad]  
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Er what about all the other Marques? Johnny.


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#287771 - 12/07/09 3:02 pm Re: Spider's Xmas cartoon [Re: johnnyrvf]  
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Now behave yourself Johnny! You'll only stir another lot up arguing!


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#287814 - 12/07/09 7:33 pm Re: Spider's Xmas cartoon [Re: Grandad]  
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Originally Posted By: Grandad

....Now, go to the bar, fill up your jugs and toast each other's good taste!!...


Grandad - good idea that was. We've supped an Ale or two, settled things out, but, and you'll notice that's a 'you'd better check you've got cash in yer wallet' sort of but - The Landlord said you MUST settle the tab we set up in your name BEFORE Friday ?

laugh laugh pint pint pint


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#288382 - 12/11/09 1:03 pm Re: Spider's Xmas cartoon [Re: Graham Ham]  
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Oi Graham,

Try pulling the other leg, its got bells on!
Don’t think that I have forgotten the meal that I had to pay for You, Howie and Ed in Belgium last summer when the bistro wouldn’t accept Ed’s credit card and I had to cough up the last of my euros for all of us . AND Shaun owes me at least a couple of pints for fettling the Goose’s gear box!!
Dare I even mention the multitude of pints you owe me?
Just wait til our next Kentite bimble - that's when I'm going to collect!


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#288433 - 12/11/09 6:22 pm Re: Spider's Xmas cartoon [Re: Grandad]  
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All this bickering about who owes who a pint doesn't seem in keeping with the holiday spirit anymore than the BSA Turnip debate. Did I say Turnip. Oh I'm sorry.

George


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