Well done to the Big Hairy Trucker.
Cno, I'd re-word that if I was you - that's a cockney rhyming slang. Eek!
Will this do? - I say, good Sir, how terribly, terribly spiffing.
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AGREED, whatever you do is do-not google it like i just did.
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We speak a different language here in "Noran Iron", so my cockney rhyming slang is mediocre at best.
Nice one well done that man
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Ahhh... this is the problem. BC lives in Gravesend, Kent, which is on the Thames estuary, and not a million miles from me.
Don't mess with kentish folk. (or Surrey/S. London).
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BC knows I mean well, especially as I went though something similar, when I got my Class 1 licence back in the early 80s.
I know - just taking the 'rise'...
I know, but prefer to play safe.
Well done Chris , hope it brings lots of opportunites. One initial thought , You and the band can build a massive stage with lots of pyrotechnics etc. and you can save money by driving it yourself to gigs
Thanks again guys.
I like your thinking Ken.
Of anything, I was more impressed my examiner has an MBE.
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