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Are you hooked on anything, apart from watches?

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jsud2002    4,118
13 minutes ago, Steve D UK said:

I love Rollmops but you can't beat a nice plate of pie, mash and stewed eels. Luverly! 

 

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I will pass thanks 

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Biker    1,237
19 hours ago, tixntox said:

Not so old, old Rovers!

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One of the best of one of the last!  I've spent more time and money than I should bringing my not so old Rovers back to as near as they were when they left the factory.  Don't tell her indoors!

Mike

I used to have a 2003 Conny 1.8T tourer, love, love, loved it. And that is from someone who generally dislikes cars!

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Toddy101    1,434

Mountain biking, love the rush of hammering downhill through the trees and a few jumps. This is my latest build.

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And me getting a small bit of air:biggrin:

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Biker    1,237

Ah one of the things a really miss since smashing myself up on a motorbike

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tixntox    287
On 08/05/2017 at 13:07, Biker said:

I used to have a 2003 Conny 1.8T tourer, love, love, loved it. And that is from someone who generally dislikes cars!

Twelve years old and turning heads.  Oops!  That doesn't sound quite right does it?  I'll re-phrase that:-

A twelve year old car that still turns heads!  I thought that it would only appeal to the more mature folks but the youngsters really appreciate the classic looks of the chrome, the (albeit fake) wood and leather interior.  My MOT tester also loves it.

Mike

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Biker    1,237
14 hours ago, tixntox said:

Twelve years old and turning heads.  Oops!  That doesn't sound quite right does it?  I'll re-phrase that:-

A twelve year old car that still turns heads!  I thought that it would only appeal to the more mature folks but the youngsters really appreciate the classic looks of the chrome, the (albeit fake) wood and leather interior.  My MOT tester also loves it.

Mike

I am currently driving a BMW 3 series which I hate, passionately and I keep looking at 75's on autotrader etc.

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stairpost    231

I like to buy a record or 2 (or 4 or 5 budget permitting) every month, particularly film/TV soundtracks. 

I also like getting them sounding the best they can too, and had great fun putting the best hifi I could afford together. 

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My other hobby seems quite controversial, but I enjoy firearms; mostly on theoretical level every now and then I get to shoot, though:)

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Karrusel    6,119
4 minutes ago, Watchman-sco said:

My other hobby seems quite controversial, but I enjoy firearms; mostly on theoretical level every now and then I get to shoot, though:)

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Don't you think that's a bit OTT for pigeons in the orchard ?

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4 minutes ago, Karrusel said:

Don't you think that's a bit OTT for pigeons in the orchard ?

:partytime:

 

First of all I'd like to say don't enjoy any destructive activities (apart from punching holes in a paper target) secondly it's ''just'' a 9mm handgun in an enclosure. To put it simply it's for entertainment only not to cause harm of any form.

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I do like a spot of coarse fishing....in fact, used to be captain of the local club and did a lot of match fishing. These days, it's for pleasure only, and a great way to relax.

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Karrusel    6,119
3 minutes ago, Roger the Dodger said:

I do like a spot of coarse fishing....in fact, used to be captain of the local club and did a lot of match fishing. These days, it's for pleasure only, and a great way to relax.

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Bit of irony there Roger :laugh:

Doctor fish supposed to cure all ailments.  

Hope all goes well at the vet's. :thumbsup:

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7 minutes ago, Karrusel said:

Bit of irony there Roger :laugh:

Doctor fish supposed to cure all ailments.  

Hope all goes well at the vet's. :thumbsup:

There's no way I'm wiping a tench all round my ankles to see if it stops the pain!:laugh:

I'll leave that up to the specialist tomorrow...will keep you informed...:thumbsup:

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