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    Quote Originally Posted by itschad View Post
    25 seconds of this chap & the laptop went out the window.
    What bloody medication is he on?

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    Haha haha! Every time I read your posts I always do it with Michael Caine's voice in my head. Brillant! You need to write a book Chad.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Dirk Diggler View Post
    Haha haha! Every time I read your posts I always do it with Michael Caine's voice in my head. Brillant! You need to write a book Chad.
    He's on the "I'm going to say something that makes sense, then add a questionable statement, then a rubber ducky emoticon, then like or subscribe for another zany video" medication (Scot)

    I like some of his videos, like the used car purchasing advice. Some other ones are just like a run on sentence without a break.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dirk Diggler View Post
    Haha haha! Every time I read your posts I always do it with Michael Caine's voice in my head. Brillant! You need to write a book Chad.
    Oh God, I wish I could write & spell. Can't recall if it's illegitimate or illerterate ???

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    Quote Originally Posted by itschad View Post
    Oh God, I wish I could write & spell. Can't recall if it's illegitimate or illerterate ???
    You spelled illiterate by example only.
    The word illiterate means "unable to read or write". Though I think it is usually used to indicate both, while some have more issue writing than reading.

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    Quote Originally Posted by highwire View Post
    You spelled illiterate by example only.
    The word illiterate means "unable to read or write". Though I think it is usually used to indicate both, while some have more issue writing than reading.
    My dear chum, my command of her majesty's English is okay, sometimes I do have a laugh & giggle two confuze people.
    I belong to uther fourums where I do the same fings.
    Gotta have a laugh, life is too short.

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    Quote Originally Posted by itschad View Post
    My dear chum, my command of her majesty's English is okay, sometimes I do have a laugh & giggle two confuze people.
    I belong to uther fourums where I do the same fings.
    Gotta have a laugh, life is too short.
    Chad, your seat still bothering you? Have you looked into a memory foam pad yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dirk Diggler View Post
    Chad, your seat still bothering you? Have you looked into a memory foam pad yet?
    Ain't gonna bovver Dirk. Just poodling around town is no bother really it's only on a 100 mile shunt or two that I suffer dislocated hips, dislodged vertebrae, neck whiplash and fillings dropping out at a bloody alarming rate and suffering the indignity of dragging my legs out the car after I've got out. Apart from that those "bamboo" cushions are not available here, just some dodgy memory foam which I detest.



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