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  • FGF 579 – The Case of the Pie Case Mystery Edition
  • stwhannah
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    For the last few weeks, thanks to a blocked gutter, anyone venturing into Singletrack Towers had to make their way through a waterfall. Not so much a …

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    Sandwich
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    That Tractor needs to be on the Tractor Trumps thread, very tidy.

    pmurden
    Full Member

    I’m loving the look of those gloves.

    rockandrollmark
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    Those gloves look fab, but Ineos and Jim Ratcliffe can go jump in the sea. There’s no way I’d give that brexiteering cockalorum a penny of my money after his decision to move Grenadier production from Brigend to France.

    IHN
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    Given the kind award of #TOTW wot I got, I’ll withhold my thoughts on wondering what £35 artisan bike washing brushes will do that a pair of old pants and a bucket of warm soapy water won’t 😉

    Harry_the_Spider
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    Given the kind award of #TOTW wot I got,

    At least you got yours! I feel used.

    IHN
    Full Member

    At least you got yours! I feel used.

    Well, they’ve said I’m getting an award…

    matt_outandabout
    Full Member

    Nice Aston Martin tractor there….

    thepurist
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    Is that owl very big or are the cattle far away? And if they are, how big is that tractor?? So many questions from a simple photo.

    IHN
    Full Member

    Nice Aston Martin tractor there….

    I see the man knows his tractor facts.

    Harry_the_Spider
    Full Member

    I used to like them too, but not any more.

    I’m an ex tractor fan.

    rOcKeTdOg
    Full Member

    I’m an ex tractor fan.

    i actually smiled, I feel I’ve let myself down

    charliedontsurf
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    @Harry_the_spider … aha you are right, we haven’t reached out to get your details. You won during covid week, you probably didn’t want me to send you anything that week, it would of been soggy. I have ST messaged you.
    Stay rad.
    Charlie

    Harry_the_Spider
    Full Member

    i actually smiled, I feel I’ve let myself down

    Have a think about what you’ve done.

    darrenhowe
    Free Member

    Quick note from Pedants Corner; those are Cornish Pasties, not Pies!

    You’re welcome
    Outraged of Cornwall

    Mark
    Full Member

    They are also vegan, in case that changes the naming dynamic..

    kayak23
    Full Member

    If only they did the full Knievel riding suit!

    darrenhowe
    Free Member

    I stand corrected.
    Those are Vegan Pasties, not Pies

    Contrite of Cornwall

    stwhannah
    Full Member

    And, those are not the pies that were on the roof. There was a pie on the roof, and pasties in the office. I was on a ladder and did not take pictures on the roof. These pasties are Cornish (Christmas gift from Silverfish), are vegan, and are for illustrative purposes only. Also, they have all been eaten.

    I have just put my out of office on. I don’t care if this makes sense.

    greeny30
    Free Member

    The definition of irony is a yorkshire man asking £33 for four bike brushes.
    I enjoyed the pasties impression of a tig weld.

    avdave2
    Full Member

    If only they did the full Knievel riding suit!

    Just the cape would do

    jimmyt
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    Was the UFO sighting actually a pie in the sky?

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