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Thread: Quiet on here tonight

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    Quiet on here tonight

    Alto and BT must be tucked up in bed together talking about transfers,Garlic and the new takeover

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    Watching David Attenbrough Alf, then its The Serpent, then its bed time so I can get up at 6am for the builders yet again, still we are nearly at the end now with just snagging to be done, take care mate and I'll catch you tomorrow

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    Great to hear you have nearly finished all the work Alto. Bet you are ready for a break. What's the Serpent like? Do you recommend watching it? I've heard a few people mention it ..

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    I'm still around waiting for MOTD. There's so many I don't watch when we lose I relish the ones where we win.

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    I'm under the winter duvet with the missus Alf.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alfinyalcabo View Post
    Great to hear you have nearly finished all the work Alto. Bet you are ready for a break. What's the Serpent like? Do you recommend watching it? I've heard a few people mention it ..
    Flits around quite a bit and you have to really follow it but it is excellent. I think that this is the last episode tonight. True story as well!

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    Sounds good, i'll check it out on iPlayer

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    Cheers Ashy. Might give it a go.

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    It was episode 5 out of 8 tonight so there is still more to come. Tense stuff and my missus and me are quite happy to wait rather than watch it all on iplayer. It's such an exciting life we lead these days!

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    ....it's those old PATHE films - short thin fibres to one long thread.



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