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keith
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Posted - 29 Aug 2006 :  8:17:56 PM Show ProfileSend keith a Private Message
Blmey your quick ![:0] thanks ..i have my book all packed since we moved here and still not unpacked 4 years LOL
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GaryT

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Posted - 29 Aug 2006 :  8:26:20 PM Show Profile Visit GaryT's HomepageSend GaryT a Private Message
Still makes me laugh after many a year![big grin]

GT
keith
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Posted - 29 Aug 2006 :  8:29:45 PM Show ProfileSend keith a Private Message
Ive just read it and im splittin my sides laughing ..i just gotta keep this one [big grin][:p]
Reekieneb
Wee Haggis


Spain
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Posted - 31 Aug 2006 :  09:55:25 AM Show Profile Visit Reekieneb's HomepageSend Reekieneb a Private Message
Jist great GASH! Lauch? It'll tak the hale weekend tae get mah breeks dry.
All right then, I will, as my mother always requested, "Speak Properly" the which so doing often lead to fights when we, me and my brothers and sisters, were accused of being "English (sweary words)"
I only wrote what I wrote in my first post when I was aware that so many of the posts were "speaking properly" and I somehow did not equate that with the Arbroath in which I was dragged up. Okay then, I'll mebbe no aye spak richt but please excuse me when I lapse in tae the meld.
And GASH ah'm no a quine.
Reekieneb is a character, a Scottish dragon, in a children's book "Sam Dragonrider". Look it up on www.samdragonrider.com.
The Shoppie is doing a grand job, well done, all involved.
I came across it when my nephew gave me the link when the Seaforth was on fire.
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shirley

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Posted - 31 Aug 2006 :  10:04:46 PM Show Profile Visit shirley's HomepageSend shirley a Private Message
Just read that 2 hubbie my pronounciation aint gd but either is the spelling well its late so thats my excuse keith bloody gd reading mate> mean gr8
dave slater
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dave slater

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Posted - 23 Dec 2006 :  10:28:05 PM Show Profile Visit dave slater's HomepageSend dave slater a Private Message
Just found the alternate poem, had to try and read it to bunch of English that i'm working with tonight, couldn't get past the sixth verse, my head and sides hurt so much with laughing. They didnae understand it which makes it even funnier!!!

Brilliant absolutely brilliant!
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