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Re: Essex Land Rover Mum
« Reply #1 on: Feb 22, 18, 11:18 AM »
I am a bit confused over this story, because 'she' claims to be a woman, but had a 'back, sack and crack' removal service. Is she one of these ex blokes calling them selves a woman ?

But whatever, just another self centered arrogant twat.... ;D
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Re: Essex Land Rover Mum
« Reply #2 on: Feb 22, 18, 12:23 PM »
Kat will tell U about Sarfend News Network
It is one of the best spoof sites around
It's stories are so believable. They do satire at its best

I see "Her" or one of her  friends trying to park her Chelsea Tractor  in Loughton High road every day. Place is full of them WAGS with plastic faces 

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Re: Essex Land Rover Mum
« Reply #3 on: Feb 22, 18, 04:03 PM »
Ha it makes me feel better about living over here on my backward Island......although I do see one or three birds with caked on make up, false eye lashes as big as yard brooms, shrapnel in their faces, and some weird hair do's, but thankfully not many.

By the way, why suddenly when I type the words won't keep up with the keyboard ?
On other forums, I don't have this problem.
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Re: Essex Land Rover Mum
« Reply #4 on: Feb 22, 18, 06:44 PM »
dunno, I don't get any problems. must be the twisted string they use to connect that offshore tax haven to the civilised mainland

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Re: Essex Land Rover Mum
« Reply #5 on: Feb 22, 18, 07:31 PM »
I will have you know, that that twisted string is actually 3amp table lamp wire, with the proper cloth covered insulation...:)
The letters are still a little 'sticky' but now a vast improvement as to how it has been of late.
Perhaps the Southampton end has put in some fresh batteries...
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Re: Essex Land Rover Mum
« Reply #7 on: Feb 23, 18, 10:50 AM »
 ;D.....Me too............ ;D

It's a bit like the people coming over here in the summer season, dragging their garden sheds behind them, followed by coaches full of people gurning, licking the windows,  and pointing out to their fellows, a pigeon, cows and sheep..

Not all though, as a few are actually human, and pleasant... ;D 8)
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Re: Essex Land Rover Mum
« Reply #8 on: Apr 14, 18, 08:31 PM »
Because of the way it is, most of those articles are entirely believable.

Unless you experience it, you really can't even begin to understand it.

I managed to get on the escape committee. ;)