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1 hour ago, adb968008 said:


thing Ilike about Lima, is its Pot Noodle like qualities.

 

its cheap but looks ok, you can’t avoid getting a fix every now and again.

 

It will never be rare, it’s the 1990’s equivalent of Triang.
Coveted by a few, bottom feeder fodder to most.

Can you get Marmite flavoured pot noodle?

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Even if you could,  half would love it and the other half would hate it..... 

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57 minutes ago, PhilJ W said:

Can you get Marmite flavoured pot noodle?

No but even the Chicken & Mushroom, Beef &Tomato ones are vegetarian friendly..

 

And if you dont like your neighbours, cut out that little white box between the brush holders ;-)

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2 hours ago, adb968008 said:

No but even the Chicken & Mushroom, Beef &Tomato ones are vegetarian friendly..

 

And if you dont like your neighbours, cut out that little white box between the brush holders ;-)

How about the Curry?? Much beloved of Red Dwarf fans......

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33 minutes ago, 'CHARD said:

 

That's pukka, converted just before the BPGVR RA was raised to 6. When the line closed, it went to introduce inter-city services onto the IoW....

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37 minutes ago, MartinWales said:

Low Rider?:o

 

My thoughts exactly!

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BPGVR ?

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Bury Port & Gwendraeth Valley Railway. It had a very tight loading guage, even the Great Western had to abandon their standardization and hack about their locos and brake vans. A similar problem was had by the LMS in the midlands with the Leicester & Swannington Railway. They kept a pair of original spec Midland Railway 2Fs going right to the end as nothing much else would fit through Glenfield tunnel.

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If Falcon was the Diesel -Electric version of a Western...

 

maybe that 47 on a Mainline Warship chassis should be called Pigeon, a Hydraulic version of a 47 ?

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10 hours ago, adb968008 said:

If Falcon was the Diesel -Electric version of a Western...

 

maybe that 47 on a Mainline Warship chassis should be called Pigeon, a Hydraulic version of a 47 ?

Or just shite? :lol:

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7 hours ago, newbryford said:

 

Definitely deserves a WTF?!

Yes indeed, but I like the postal description, all items are packaged in boxes so they arrive in perfect condition......pity they didn’t leave him in perfect condition :lol:

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1 hour ago, boxbrownie said:

Or just shite? :lol:

Poorly photographed sh**e too....

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9 hours ago, newbryford said:

 

Definitely deserves a WTF?!

Having spent time working in Africa, I once convinced someone that there was a town in Somalia called "Dafuq"

 

Comes in handy in cases like this.

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Wasn't that given away with the introductory copy of one of those £2.99 for the first month then £17.99 for the next twenty five years magazines? There will be loads about.

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1 hour ago, andytrains said:

All his/her model railway stuff is way over-priced.

ALL his stuff is way overpriced!!

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