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8 years 4 months ago #30742 by hairybeasty
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I dont understand how they let you drive if you're still at school..:dry:
Please inform the relevant authorities at once that there appears to have been a mistake...:S

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8 years 4 months ago #30749 by hairybeasty
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daisymay wrote: O.K here goes....why when I'm driving to school and it's really foggy does the fog never come into the car when my windows open???? I just don't get it :ohmy:

But seriously...it must be something to to do with the lack of air movement...thus allowing water particles to hang in suspension in the air.As soon as the car passes through the said fug the water droplets closest to the car are pushed away from the vehicle due to the advanced aerodynamics of modern vehicles...unless of course you drive a Vauxhall...:blink:
If you opened the windows and stopped the car...the fog would indeed come in...although the density of the fog would not be sufficent to see it at close range. Therefore you would need to walk away from the vehicle to some distance to obtain the full visual effect.If you do indeed drive a Vauxhall..this has obvious benefits...hope this helps..:unsure:

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8 years 4 months ago #30752 by daisymay
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hairybeasty wrote: I dont understand how they let you drive if you're still at school..:dry:
Please inform the relevant authorities at once that there appears to have been a mistake...:S


:laugh: :laugh: :laugh:
I am suprised they let me drive....it took me 6 goes to pass my test, & when I did nobody believed me! (Mind you my first lesson I did get in the back seat :blush: ) When I passed I was scared to drive alone, so I made my lurcher sit in the front with me :ohmy: I thought people will think I'm mad, then thought, It's O.K if anyone sees him, they will think he's my guide dog.
I think I could be mad :whistle:

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8 years 4 months ago #30753 by daisymay
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daisymay wrote: O.K here goes....why when I'm driving to school and it's really foggy does the fog never come into the car when my windows open???? I just don't get it :ohmy:

But seriously...it must be something to to do with the lack of air movement...thus allowing water particles to hang in suspension in the air.As soon as the car passes through the said fug the water droplets closest to the car are pushed away from the vehicle due to the advanced aerodynamics of modern vehicles...unless of course you drive a Vauxhall...:blink:
If you opened the windows and stopped the car...the fog would indeed come in...although the density of the fog would not be sufficent to see it at close range. Therefore you would need to walk away from the vehicle to some distance to obtain the full visual effect.If you do indeed drive a Vauxhall..this has obvious benefits...hope this helps..:unsure:


Thanks HB... I am in ore of your thinking. Next time I will get out and have a look :)

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8 years 4 months ago #30763 by CiCoch
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It's amazing how intelligent he can sound when he's sober isn't it !!!:cheer: ;) :P :pinch:

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8 years 4 months ago #30773 by Dylan
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but how can u tell heis sober ,you can't see him..do u think Dr Grumpy will be able to answer that question??

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8 years 4 months ago #30781 by hairybeasty
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Dylan wrote: but how can u tell he is sober ,you can't see him..do u think Dr Grumpy will be able to answer that question??


Easy....he knows I 'm sober because I'm not slurring my words....or shouting..:cheer:

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8 years 4 months ago #30802 by Ironstone
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Oh now now Dr. Grumpy, we all know you like to tuck into your gin and sausages when on the forum! :laugh: ;)That's what leads to your pithy insights. :whistle:
What I want to know is what breeds of dogs you actually own at present - you have a great number of them don't you?
I specifically wonder how that sweet little pug is doing. You posted a blurry photo of him once. Ever so cute. :kiss:

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8 years 4 months ago #30808 by Trowsahound
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Here's something that's always bothered me-

Why do men have nipples?............

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8 years 4 months ago #30809 by feldandjack
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Trowsahound wrote: Here's something that's always bothered me-

Why do men have nipples?............


Cause they're tits:lol:
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8 years 4 months ago - 8 years 4 months ago #30816 by Robb
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hairybeasty wrote:

Robb wrote: What was arguably the capital of England circa: 1000AD

Winchester perchance...or agueably York...B)
But then...seeing as you said what...and not where...the answer is probably "E"...:P


It was maybe Penkridge, Staffordshire where King Edgar held his court around 950AD. In those days the Capital was where the King held Court. penkridge used to be Ben's stomping ground before we moved to Shropshire. dh:) :P

Dr grumpy also note that the small village is rich in Public houses.

See www.penkridge.org.uk/fold...glosaxtimes.htm

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8 years 4 months ago #30824 by hairybeasty
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Thanks for that Robb...how interesting..

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8 years 4 months ago #30841 by daisymay
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feldandjack wrote:

Trowsahound wrote: Here's something that's always bothered me-

Why do men have nipples?............


Cause they're tits:lol:


:laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:

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8 years 4 months ago #30864 by Trowsahound
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Is that the scientific explanation...or just your personal experience?:laugh: :laugh:

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8 years 4 months ago #30877 by hairybeasty
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Trowsahound wrote: Is that the scientific explanation...or just your personal experience?:laugh: :laugh:

Personal experience surely as the scientific explanation throws up more questions than it answers....such as why do men grow into full sized beings rather than stay at 3 foot high..and why are women crap with power tools ??:P :laugh:

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8 years 3 months ago #30885 by feldandjack
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Snow socks...........do they work ?

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8 years 3 months ago #30895 by hairybeasty
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feldandjack wrote: Snow socks...........do they work ?

Personally I find that under conditions of extreme cold and snow....shoes or boots are best...;)
However...do not let this minor observation deter those of you who are brave and/or experimental enough to try socks instead...:dry:

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8 years 3 months ago #30897 by daisymay
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If they stop me faling over in the snow....I'll wear them :laugh:

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8 years 3 months ago #30905 by hairybeasty
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daisymay wrote: If they stop me faling over in the snow....I'll wear them :laugh:

May I suggest you put more water with it ?

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8 years 3 months ago #30906 by stussy
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daisymay wrote: If they stop me faling over in the snow....I'll wear them :laugh:

May I suggest you put more water with it ?

With the boots? wont that make your feet even soggier? :silly:
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