Jump to content

devonseasider

Members
  • Content Count

    770
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

928 Good

Profile Information

  • Location
    sunny(?) East Devon

Recent Profile Visitors

644 profile views
  1. and Are you two now promised to each other, or am I missing something? It's a bit public on here for that sort of thing, isn't it?
  2. I think you'll find there's a reason for that . . . .
  3. Stubby47 wrote: Please can I have a show of hands for those bringing a Cakebox entry to display, As an incentive, KNP's winning entry 'Long Walk Home' will be on show I can bring some Show of Hands CDs to display play if that's any use. One of them is called Long Way Home, which is almost the same . . . .
  4. Haven't seen any mention of this but apologies if details have been posted and I've missed them. This coming Saturday, April 13th, at Avonway Community Centre, 36 Shaftesbury Street, Fordingbridge, Hampshire SP6 1JF Organised by Fordingbridge Rotary Club as a charity fund raiser. Information here taken from UK Model Shops website http://www.ukmodelshops.co.uk/events/18759-FordingbridgeRotaryClubExhibition OPENING TIMES: SATURDAY 10.30am - 4.30pm ADMISSION: Adults £5.00 Children £1.00 Family £10.00 20 layouts with trade support & ive steam attractions. I'll be there with Tormouth Quay. Please come and say hello and give me a hand operating if you've got time to spare. photo courtesy Chris Nevard/Model Rail
  5. It'll go all gooey & the butter will slide off. On the other hand, Toasted Terrier = Hot Dog , which gives an alternative if the pasties have all been eaten.
  6. True, but you wouldn't want to stuff one of those with thin sliced beef, would you? Actually, come to think of it . . . .
  7. Haven't had a stottie for years. Used to enjoy them stuffed with thin sliced beef, onions & gravy. Stottie, pasty, cake & trains all on the same day - it's getting better all the time . . . .
  8. Not like you to hold back coyly, Tim. Why don't you say it like it really is? C'mon, tell us what you really think . . . . PS talking of Ivybridge, have you been to that chippy in Plympton? Kingfisher I think it's called. Chippy of the year 2017 or 2018.
  9. C'mon, you can't blame the County Council for everything, can you?
  10. Oi! Just watch it, Duck, else you could end up smothered in a nice, sharp tangerine sauce. Actually, that scoreline wouldn't surprise me at all. Bring on all the usual cliches: "It's always a roller-coaster ride with Blackpool." "Let's hope for a towering performance." "The sand's better on the pitch than it is on the beach." etc. At least there should be a reasonable crowd now the Oystons have been forcibly removed. Will we still be talking to each other at 5 o'clock?
  11. What can you say? The man's retired but he still wants to have a finger in every pie . . . .
  12. Why do you keep your pee in a storage box? Most of us are relieved to be rid of it. Also, keeping your new loco in a box full of pee would probably do little to enhance its running. Just saying, that's all - your foibles have no effect on me!
  13. Got to be honest & say I really hope they don't get that many next Saturday. I know that the greenies could do with a few more points but my lot could really make much better use of the 3 on offer. After what we've been through for the last few years, the high court has finally chucked out the Oystons & given us a chance to get back a bit of self-respect. Would be nice if the rest of the football community would join in & help . . . .
  14. Well worth a visit if you're in the area. Especially so this year as Dartmoor Exmoor Dave has said he'll buy all RMWeb members a cup of tea & a sticky bun. (at least, I think that's what he said . . . . )
×
×
  • Create New...