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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 29-05-2020, 16:46 Thread Starter
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Another one for the conspiracy theory brigade

“They” are still watching you know!!
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Its not the destination that matters.

It's who you share the journey with (even if like me, it’s in a caravan!)
I am very fortunate to have Mrs Plodd to share mine with
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Hahaha!!!

Wonder how many will do that?!?

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It ranks alongside the lady who called the AA out because her car broke down. When asked what the problem was by the call handler she replied

“I don’t know, but the Gravy Boat light came on a few miles back”

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(An oil can looks like a gravy boat doesn’t it? )
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It ranks alongside the lady who called the AA out because her car broke down. When asked what the problem was by the call handler she replied

“I don’t know, but the Gravy Boat light came on a few miles back”

Andy


(An oil can looks like a gravy boat doesn’t it? )

Thanks Andy


I now know where to tell the garage to put the oil on an oil chnage.
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I always remember years ago when I was working as a apprentice builder. We were working in a garage and a lady pulled in and asked the garage chap if he would have a look at her car. “What’s the problem?” It’s banging and smelling and feels like it’s going to pack up. “ Have you checked the oil level” No, that’s ok because the little light hasn’t come on. “Yes, but have you thought the bulb could have blown” It’s fine it has always come on before when it’s got no oil in, she replied. Doh 🙄
Sure enough not enough oil in to reach the dip stick!

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In a similar situation I was told "There was oil in it when I bought it."

Brexiters. It's your sh1t now. Whatever happens nationally and internationally you own it. I wish you luck. I think you're going to need all you can get and then some. Friday 13th December 2019.
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Don't forget "have you got a 710 lid?"

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For folks like Jean and me (or is it I) stand on your head or turn the phone upside down.
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