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Old 04-12-21, 02:58 PM
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Default The perils of collecting.

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Old 04-12-21, 03:00 PM
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Old 04-12-21, 03:08 PM
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' Praise the lord ! And pass the ammunition ' ( please )
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Why did he not grab a pencil and paper and work his problem out, without bothering the local emergency services.
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Old 04-12-21, 04:22 PM
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' Praise the lord ! And pass the ammunition ' ( please )
Steady, steady, a man of your delicate disposition and sensibilities should start off with a .22 leading on to a .303 drill round? Leave the 88 mil anti tank till much, much later??
Your choice mate, but I ain't clearing up the mess when it all goes wrong.......
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I'll bet he was glad nobody said "Fire"! Sure glad I just collect badges and patches!!!! I do, however, have 3 Napoleonic cannon balls in my collection!!!!!

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Old 04-12-21, 05:29 PM
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Imagine he had to call his office: "Sorry running a bit late today. Something came up."
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Slipped and fell, "How come the ammunition was wearing a condom?" Asked the Doctor.....
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You never know when such unfortunate mishaps may occur . . . That's why I only collect small things - badges and stamps.
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Rectum....nearly flippin' killed 'im...
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I think its a timely warning, I collect old motorcycles and it hadn't occurred to me how dangerous a simple "slip" in the garage could be.

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America - A rocket to the moon.

Britian - An anti-tank shell to Uranus !


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Old 05-12-21, 10:20 AM
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UXB (Unexploded Bowels) - a job for The Bumb Squad.
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Old 05-12-21, 04:51 PM
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Keep them coming Guys, this thread is a riot!
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Probably the only time in ya life when you wouldn’t mind having an ND and face the consequences

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