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    Yesh, including your balls

    Marco.
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    ball washing went out with the Romans
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    Yeah, you have to allow the 'cheese' to develop and mature, for maximum flavour, just like a nice DOC Parmesan!

    Bell-end cottage cheese, mixed with 'Ballsack Brie' - never mind du vin, du pain, du Boursin!

    Marco.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Bloody hell, chaps. it's quite a bit warmer here at 7C! I haven't even lit the fire yet!

    Dry, slightly overcast, but the sun's breaking through... Today's the day for writing all our Christmas cards!

    Marco.
    Will we be receiving one of your home made 'pop up' cards again this year? Mrs. P was decidedly unimpressed with last year's effort, but then I do set the bar rather high
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    Heaven forbid... Don't give him ideas
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    I can't find an envelope big enough.
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    8c, windy and showery.. not pleasant.
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    Polar opposite here... Bright, dry and sunny, with clear blue skies, but colder (which is unusual) at 6C.

    Marco.
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    Beautiful crisp clear and sunny day here in Essex. Will pop out shortly for my usual constitution to buy some fresh fruit and veg.
    Barry

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    Blue sky, sunny and around 8c.

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