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    Quote Originally Posted by fencingmaster
    ...and now, having eluded G4S, they are sabotaging the Olympics...
    Picking the most popular event as well... lucky they hadn't thought to lay proper incenduries...
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    My Apologies... seems this crack squad hasn't reached Yorkshire yet... the border guards have been warned though...

    Perhaps this is just a new start, following the seemingly quiet cease fire of the last few months...
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    The cunning blighters return ...

    http://www.thetwentyfirstfloor.com/?p=5667

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigPappaBear View Post
    Not much meat on a squirrel though... imagine its a bit like rabbit, but with a bushier tail!
    The tail is the best part

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harryscott View Post
    The tail is the best part
    And, apparently, they even have a new hit book: 50 Shades Of..

    Sorry, I just can't do it

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    Quote Originally Posted by rdb811
    The cunning blighters return ...

    http://www.thetwentyfirstfloor.com/?p=5667
    Ah a new species... the zombie squirrel...
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    And they're "Aff their box on teacakes".

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    Seems that we have created a high security environment for the worst of these furry tailed creatures...

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-cornwall-24164247
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    I read the headline as: "RNAS Culdrose helicopter flies red squirrels to Tesco"...
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    Default Abseiling Down Your Chimney Now!!!


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    This looks fun. Wrong, obviously. Clearly. But fun!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fencingmaster View Post
    Have you seen this?
    http://www.fencingforum.com/forum/sh...110#post293110

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    reminds me of a canadian friend who hit a deer and thinking it dead decided to shove it in the back of her range rover and take it the short distance home for some free venison.

    Problem was it was only stunned - imagine having a live frightened deer wake up in your lovely R/Rover while you are driving

    I guess that's why you are supposed to leave them for the next driver or else gut them on the spot.
    just a daddy...and chauffeur

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyranna's Father View Post
    reminds me of a canadian friend who hit a deer and thinking it dead decided to shove it in the back of her range rover and take it the short distance home for some free venison.

    Problem was it was only stunned - imagine having a live frightened deer wake up in your lovely R/Rover while you are driving

    I guess that's why you are supposed to leave them for the next driver or else gut them on the spot.
    That must have been horrendous. How much damage did it do? Did it survive?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harryscott View Post
    That must have been horrendous. How much damage did it do? Did it survive?
    the deer was fine once the tailgate was opened but the same can't be said of the car's interior
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