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Thread: Kev Perkins

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    So the Angling Times wants more humor in fishing do they?
    The last thing I want is for some happy soul to walk down the bankside laughing his head off. What is wrong in being miserable if I want to be? This is a clear case of discrimination against unhappy anglers, I will not smile just to make someone else happy, I refuse.
    This is my right.
    What right has anybody got to try and make me smile? I will not do it. And that is final.

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    jason fisher Guest

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    grumpy sod.
    keep up the good work kevin

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    Ron Troversial Clay Guest

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    Come on Baz. Have a laugh. You should have been at Chatsworth yesturday with me, Eddie, Graham, Andy, Dave and Skive.

    Talk about a laugh.

    Although I didn't get the chance to take the **** out of my old mate Chris Ball.

    And there's old Eddie taking the **** out of me when I sunk my jaws into the biggest beef and potatoe pasty I have had in my life.

    A Welsh Oggie.... )

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    I wish I could have been there Ron, but I was tied up with work. I had a laugh though, as I had pumped another pond out. But I pumped it over the lawn area. when the lady of the house came out with a brew she went ankle deep in the boggy bit. She had just got back from the hairdressers as well looking all smart and tidy like. She looks quite attractive when she is annoyed. I like the way her face gets all screwed up

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    Phil Hatton Guest

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    Yeah, but did you smile Baz ?

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    I smiled allright Phil, and I smiled even more when years earlier I stood and watched a woman walk into a netted over swimming pool on bonfire night. I could have stopped her easily, but luckilly I came to my senses in time and stayed back in the shaddows and watched the fun.
    Blaster Bates was there on that occasion, lighting the fire with an explosion, he was up to mischief himself that night.

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    Phil Hatton Guest

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    Sounds like that time my mates kid ran into a duckweed-covered pond at Joddrel Bank, silly sod thought it was grass. I understand it has since been fenced off.

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    Gerald Fish Guest

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    Another amusing article. Where does he get them from?
    Hi Ron, was at Chatsworth myself yesterday, didn't see you or the others.
    Opted out of the Welsh Oggie as I thought it was politically incorrect.
    My mate is a misserable sod, was when we all laughed at him with a black eye from unhooking a very samll jack pike. I wonder if he's got a claim?
    Cannot make July's trout fishin though, so now I'm misserable too. ( Can i sue Morrisey?).

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    Ron Troversial Clay Guest

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    But the meat in the Welsh Oggie was beef, not lamb......


    Or was it?


    By the way what perfume does a Welshman buy for his girl friend?












    Mint Sauce!!

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    Dave Slater Guest

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    Baz,
    I'm with you mate. Stick to nice, quiet waters as much as possible and you don't have to exchange pleasantries etc.

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