Snickers where are you?

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12/09/2002 at 10:13
For a bottle of read, read red...you know what I mean. And know I haven't had a drop this morning.
12/09/2002 at 10:14
That was no, not know! Oh my god. I think it's time for a Bring Back the Edit Button Campaign!
12/09/2002 at 13:43
Snicks
Maybe the fact that haven't had a drop yet is the problem. Stay up too late tonight, drink too much - tomorrow your body will be back to normal :-)
12/09/2002 at 22:37
Where does Sean get the crunchers from!! I just cant find them
12/09/2002 at 22:44
The crunchers- sounds like a medical condition.
12/09/2002 at 23:01
Dont start me on trots again!!
13/09/2002 at 21:01
Snickers i can now sleep at night, now i know you are still here.We will one day meet,my knee is beginning to respond after the key hole surgery.I'm waiting for a scan to check it over, and then i,m aiming at a local event in February 2003, The Snake Lane 10.I'll take the cork out of a bottle of red to celebrate your!Bye for now.
13/09/2002 at 21:03
Snickers i can now sleep at night, now i know you are still here.We will one day meet,my knee is beginning to respond after the key hole surgery.I'm waiting for a scan to check it over, and then i,m aiming at a local event in February 2003, The Snake Lane 10.I'll take the cork out of a bottle of red to celebrate your return!Bye for now.
13/09/2002 at 21:05
One day i'll master this cor blimey computer!
14/09/2002 at 11:28
Old T. I met someone on a plane last week. He reckoned I'd be in a wheelchair by the time I'm 50 if I carried on running. How stupid is that! Glad your key hole surgery went well and that you'll be back in action for the Snake Lake 10! Is the lake the shape of a snake? Where do you live Old T, are you in the middle of nowhere?
15/09/2002 at 01:36
York,Snake lane and not lake my dear,its in Pocklington.I'm a yorkshireman,51 and hope that does not dampen your enthusiasum!
15/09/2002 at 07:49
ooh my home town
Good pubs there
16/09/2002 at 08:07
i spent 8 years of my life at pocklington school - i remember the cross country runs to millington or somewhere up a nasty hill and across a very muddy field before coming down chapel hill and running through town to west green.!
16/09/2002 at 12:54
I've never done that one, i'll give it a try,although chapel hill is now a housing estate.
BK
16/09/2002 at 13:28
Old Timer, found a picture you could use. If you're interested mail me.

Snicks how about a nice picture of a glass of wine?

WWR, no luck with that digital camera. It could always be a pint of Guinness!
16/09/2002 at 14:27
we have a digital camera in the office, but guess what - it is taking out of focus pictures.

i have no idea what's wrong with it (and don't say focus - 'cos it ain't got a manual override)
16/09/2002 at 14:28
chapel hill, a housing estate? - do you need ropes and oxygen to get to your houses? - i recall it was bit bloody steep when i last ran down it
16/09/2002 at 22:23
Unbelieveable but true!Chapel hill is indeed a housing estate.The houses there are built into the hillside,most are three storeys with the bottom one, the garage.How they manage in winter getting the car up and down, god knows!

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