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Speakers Corner » We need a jokes section to lighten the mood » 18-5-2018 12:19 pm

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I went to the shop Friday afternoon on my bike,

bought a bottle of Whisky and put it in a bag hanging from the bars.
As I was about to leave, I thought to myself that if I fell off the bike, the bottle would break.

So I drank all the Whisky before I cycled home.

It turned out to be a very good decision, because I fell off my bike seven times on the way home

Speakers Corner » We need a jokes section to lighten the mood » 10-5-2018 6:43 am

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A little five year old girl was usually driven to school in the mornings by her Grandad, but one day he had a bad cold so her Grandmother took her.
That night 
the little girl told her parents that the ride to school with Granny was very different.

What made it different? asked her parents.



Well, she replied, Gran and I didn't see a single tosser, blind bastard, foreign prick or wanker on the whole journey.

Speakers Corner » We need a jokes section to lighten the mood » 02-5-2018 10:26 am

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A woman was very distraught that she had not had a date or sex for over five years. She was afraid that there might be something wrong with her,
so she decided to seek medical expertise with the well, known Chinese sex therapist, Dr. Chang.Upon entering the examination room, Dr. Chang said 'OK, take off all your crose.'
The woman did as she was told.
'Now get down and craw reery, reery fass to odderside of room.'
Again the women did as she was instructed.Dr. Chang then said 'OK, now craw reery, reery fass back to me.' As she did Dr. Chang shook his head slowly. 'Your probrem vewy bad. You have Ed Zachary disease. Wurse case I ever see. Dat why you not haf sex or dates.'The woman asked anxiously 'Oh my God, Dr. Chang what is Ed Zachery disease?'Dr. Chang sighed deeply and replied
'Ed Zachery disease is when your face look Ed Zachery like your arse.'

General Discussion » SUMMER NEARLY HERE? » 11-4-2018 3:20 pm

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Well had a few nice days lately, I go away virtually every weekend in my camper starting end of april-oct, with a few weekends during the winter months , I collect classic and vintage mopeds and a few motorbikes and exhibit them at steam rallies around the uk,hence i stock up regular on booze from france,as the prices for alcohol at these events can be extortinate ha ha.
The weekends are basically free apart from fuel to get there as exhibitors,the shows are nearly every weekend and some go from thurs-mon so dont get much time to travel abroad during the summer months.

May just squeeze a dover/calais trip in if i start to run short and have a weekend off though.

Speakers Corner » We need a jokes section to lighten the mood » 28-3-2018 4:34 pm

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An African refugee has been in England for two months, and phones his cousin back in Africa.
"It's great here," he tells him. "I go to a place called the pub, and we play this game where we throw little spears at a round target with numbers on it, and I keep winning lots of money."
"What's the name of this game?" asks his cousin.
"I'm not sure," came the reply, "But I think its called jammy b*stard."

General Discussion » PIDOU PRICES UP » 28-3-2018 2:33 pm

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well pidou had an offer of 1.35 euro to the £ on till 1st april if paying in sterling, so took advantage to stock up on wine ready for the summer touring.

The week before they had increased all their prices, so wasnt going to bother, but with the exchange rate being offered, it mad it slightly cheaper than our previous trip.

Travelled from Hull, the ship was very quiet and didnt really notice many people just travelling for excise goods, more were people who seemed to be going away for easter probably.

I sat in the bar for a hour or 2 ,and hardly saw any smokers outside.

Travelled down to dunkirke pidou for our wine and beers, before i left home i actually bought a bottle of Gin from tesco to drink on the boat as its no cheaper abroad, £16 in tesco , anyway in pidou i saw the same Gin   2 bottles for £22, so added them to my order, but when they scanned them i was only charged £19 for 2 bottles, so went back and got 2 more .

Had a bit of time to spare as we didnt need to go into calais this time for wine,we got everything from pidou in dunkirke,so went into diskmunde , the museum there is around 12 euros to go in, but the exit gate had been left open, so would have been rude not to go in. 

Then called to visit 'the trench of death' but as we were early it was full of schoolchildren out on a school trip so just stopped outside to kill a bit of time.

Back up to zebrugge port just in time for check in and loading to start so only waited 10 mins before being on the ship.

Again the ship was very quiet,probably more so than the outward crossing.

Food in the kitchen was quite good again as was breakfast.

landed in hull on time and unloading was quick, upto pcp, a few bf about en route who seemed to be directing traffic, only 2 booths open but processing cars efficiently and quick, few of the usual questions at pcp, and again a pleasant ukbf waved us on our way without any further delay. 
Thats prob our last trip until october now from Hull, may need to st

General Discussion » PIDOU PRICES UP » 09-3-2018 9:41 pm

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timed it right then.

General Discussion » PIDOU PRICES UP » 09-3-2018 6:02 pm

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Was contemplating a trip soon , but then checked wine prices at pidou, they all gone up and very few offers available.

No price increase showing at real tabac though.................yet

Speakers Corner » We need a jokes section to lighten the mood » 26-2-2018 1:36 pm

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While riding my bike yesterday, I swerved to avoid hitting a deer, lost control and landed in a ditch, severely banging my head.
Dazed and confused I crawled out of the ditch to the edge of the road when a shiny new convertible pulled up with a very beautiful woman who asked, "Are you okay?"
As I looked up, I noticed she was wearing a low cut blouse with cleavage to die for...
"I'm okay I think," I replied as I pulled myself up to the side of the car to get a closer look.
She said, “Get in and I’ll take you home so I can clean and bandage that nasty scrape on your head.”
"That's nice of you," I answered, "but I don't think my wife will like me doing that!"
"Oh, come now, I’m a nurse," she insisted. "I need to see if you have any more scrapes and then treat them properly."
Well, she was really pretty and very persuasive. Being sort of shaken and weak, I agreed, but repeated, "I'm sure my wife won't like this."
We arrived at her place which was just few miles away and, after a couple of cold beers and the bandaging, I thanked her and said, "I feel a lot better, but I know my wife is going to be really upset so I'd better go now."
"Don't be silly!" she said with a smile, while unbuttoning her blouse exposing the most beautiful set of boobs I’ve ever seen. "Stay for a while. She won't know anything. By the way, where is she?"


"Still in the ditch with my bike, I guess."

Hull » Latest trip Hull>Zeebrugge » 15-2-2018 8:49 am

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I also used my credit card ,saved a few quid, but also got £20 cashback on first overseas purchase,  ' halifax clarity card'.

Hull » Latest trip Hull>Zeebrugge » 12-2-2018 11:15 pm

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decent trip, no hold ups to mention, ( apart from waiting for a couple of guys outside the terminal ha ha ).
had to get our wine from transmark near calais as the pidou at dunkirke is shut on a sunday.

food on the boat wasnt as good as last time we travelled, maybe because it was a weekend, im not sure ,but didnt seem as fresh for some reason.

back in hull, docked on time, we got down to the car deck very quick with the help of one of the staff carrying a few cases of beer down for us , just before they called other vehicle drivers down.

probaly in the first 10 cars off the ferry, coming up to pcp,a couple of bf about with radios,never bothered us but looked like they had their eye on someone, pcp, rather pleasant yorkshire guy scanned passports and asked me to wind back windows down on the car so he could see inside, the car was upto roof with luggage on top of the wine and beer, he say'whats in the back then?' i said wine and beer,' have you got any tobbacco or cigs?', i said yeah x amount of tobbacco......(not enough for ukbf to be really interested in), 'why did you not volunteer it when i asked ?he said.....' i said you never asked whats in the boot, cos thats were it is ha ha,  'ok ,have a safe trip home',and that was it , we were on our way.

Not sure if its because we are northerners,and majority of the hull ukbf are , but if this had been at dover i think we may have been told to pull in the shed for a search, wasting everyones time.

General Discussion » Belgium prices and credit cards » 31-1-2018 10:47 pm

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I usually fill up in adinkirke at the real tabac place down the canal road, not a big saving now.
There was a time when we travelled on the midnight ferries, there would be lots of artic cabs just going over to fill up for a haulage firm in kent, when you consider the cost of a ferry crossing plus a drivers wages, it still must have been a big enough saving to make it worthwhile.

these are the prices at real tabac ,not sure what exchange rate they giving 

Diesel: £ 1,163
Super 95: £ 1,235

Preparation is everything. Don't be caught out and lose your goods. » Legality of 'the Stop' » 26-1-2018 4:07 pm

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he seems to know the procedure very well, and he should have no fear of attending court again and winning again.

I myself went through a long period of harrasmment by bf, and still get the odd one who try it on, but ive had no seizures now for around 7 years.
It sounds to me like your freind is a marked man or bf maybe getting a tip off each time he travels.

He really needs to document everything what has happened in the past and carry it with each time he travels ,this will hopefully make bf think twice before putting him through it all again.

I wish him all the best and good luck in court again, im sure he will have no problems winning his case,and he should also make a comprhensive complaint to bf, his mp and anyone else he can think of about his treatment.

Preparation is everything. Don't be caught out and lose your goods. » Legality of 'the Stop' » 22-1-2018 10:18 am

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majority of stops are at random, bf make their excuses and reasons if you querie the reason for the stop.

Restoration process and Duty demands/penalties » Help - surprise after 9 months (and it's not a baby) » 09-1-2018 10:12 am

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one old fool i know, had around 3 seizures of goods and vehicles in the space of around 3 months, got the duty bills ect, ignored all correspondence, the debt collectors turned up at his house around 12 months later,had a look round and saw he had nothing of value to cover the costs and went away empty handed.

They cant take what you not got, and remember your not obliged to even answer the door or speak to bailiffs.

General Discussion » Happy new Year » 31-12-2017 2:20 pm

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and lets hope its a good one.

Ourselves had a good year, no real issues and did about 5 trips in all.

Hull » LATEST TRIP HULL--ZEBRUGGE » 24-12-2017 2:18 pm

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the echo falls fusion is only £2.99 a bottle in b&m bargains, its a low alchohol.

echo falls ( proper stuff) from the warehouse i use is less than £2 a bottle when they got it.

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