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Well if you want to make a lovely Dundee cake, Whitworths will sell you some wonderful dried fruit. I can guarantee that, really I can.
And I do make a lovely Dundee cake , and a mighty Christmas cake in fact it was me that made you rich , and talking about dried fruit ........
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Damn CB, did you really want all this drivel from these crusty old goats? You're twenty-something right? Just have a good time, enjoy yourself without putting yourself in harm's way and when the right person at the right time comes up-you will know. It's a well trodden path. Lighten up a little.
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And I do make a lovely Dundee cake , and a mighty Christmas cake in fact it was me that made you rich , and talking about dried fruit ........
Good, we need more like you. Keep up the good work!

Dried fruit?- You look positively crisp!
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Damn CB, did you really want all this drivel from these crusty old goats? You're twenty-something right? Just have a good time, enjoy yourself without putting yourself in harm's way and when the right person at the right time comes up-you will know. It's a well trodden path. Lighten up a little.
Some are more 'well trodden' than others, of course...

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Some are more 'well trodden' than others, of course...
Yep, but different strokes............
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I would like to make this cardigan for my girlfriend. Please advise which size needles would be best suited and whether I should use plain knit or pearl?
LOL...

In all seriousness I have purchased a pair of knitting needles once in my life...and that only after purchasing a Mercedes. It was a few months ago when I decided I could bend them in such a way as to make cluster removal tools. Other than that I have no idea about knitting needles (actually, now that I think of it I'm not sure they were knitting needles, maybe for lace or something, they were pretty short and not too large a diameter...)

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Jeezus!
Cluster removal tools. Did he SWEAR that he didn't know she was your daughter?
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Oh, and Whitworth is the unit of measure that put the Visegrip Company on the map.
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Cluster removal tools. Did he SWEAR that he didn't know she was your daughter?
Sheesh, I'm ashamed to admit that my mind can travel far too easily in most gutters, but I'm still trying to figure out how you interpret that dirty.

Ummm, chill_babe, here's a lesson for you: avoid Barberhauler, or any guy who can turn anything dirty (unless that's all you're looking for at the time...)


That said, b-h, the Whitworth reference cracked me up. I was lucky enough in my serious wrenching days to avoid the English things that used Whitworth tools, otherwise I'd have at least four sets of tools. (Uh, oh, I just realized you'll make something dirty out of that, too...)

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Sorry.
Too much youtube made me like this.
FWIW, I had never visited youtube until the great white trucker started linking to it.....
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