The FCF International Couriers plc.

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Re: The FCF International Couriers plc.

Post by citronut » 17 Nov 2013, 16:19

Northern_Mike wrote:I had tea, but I'd ran out of decaf. I've not drank any tea for a while. Got a bit fed up with the constant flow of it in the few days after my op. I always drink decaf too. Forgot I'd ran out!

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#-o :roll:
now i have a problem i dont have any decaf :teabag: , i do have decaf coffee though, will that suffice
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Re: The FCF International Couriers plc.

Post by Northern_Mike » 17 Nov 2013, 16:41

Oh don't worry about that Malcolm, I'll happily drink normal tea or coffee. I just avoid it usually when I'm working nights as I'm not sure it helps my sleeping pattern!

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Re: The FCF International Couriers plc.

Post by CitroJim » 17 Nov 2013, 16:44

I've been drinking normal tea all day, just come down off the ceiling...
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Re: The FCF International Couriers plc.

Post by Hell Razor5543 » 17 Nov 2013, 17:07

What, the one In the Sistine Chapel? I hope that you enjoyed the view when you were up there!
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Re: The FCF International Couriers plc.

Post by CitroJim » 17 Nov 2013, 17:17

Hell Razor5543 wrote:What, the one In the Sistine Chapel? I hope that you enjoyed the view when you were up there!


No, Hall 11 of the NEC James :lol: Not a pretty sight. All girders panels and pipes... :twisted:
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Re: The FCF International Couriers plc.

Post by citronut » 19 Nov 2013, 10:40

i have sent you a pm Mike
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Re: The FCF International Couriers plc.

Post by Northern_Mike » 20 Nov 2013, 18:26

All delivered as promised. Good natter with Malcolm, reasonably pleasant 198 miles covered.

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Re: The FCF International Couriers plc.

Post by citronut » 20 Nov 2013, 18:56

Northern_Mike wrote:All delivered as promised. Good natter with Malcolm, reasonably pleasant 198 miles covered.

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and very good to see you Mike, hope the drive home was stress free, and the tuna and cucumber roll did not repeat on you to much, followed by a sticky willy, not not one of them a sticky iced bun :rofl2: :rofl2: :-D :wink:

thanks to all who took part in relaying these wonderful manuals to me

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Re: The FCF International Couriers plc.

Post by CitroJim » 20 Nov 2013, 18:59

Sicky willies and grassy asses :roll:

Just what have you two been up to? :evil:

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Re: The FCF International Couriers plc.

Post by Northern_Mike » 20 Nov 2013, 22:53

I'd better not answer "buggering about"...

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Re: The FCF International Couriers plc.

Post by citronut » 21 Nov 2013, 10:24

Northern_Mike wrote:I'd better not answer "buggering about"...

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aaaah so :rofl2: :rofl2: :-D :wink:
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Re: The FCF International Couriers plc.

Post by citronut » 21 Nov 2013, 10:27

CitroJim wrote:Sicky willies :roll:

Just what have you two been up to? :evil:

:rofl2:


just one Jim

and its very unlike you to you miss the :teabag: out :roll: :-D :wink:
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Re: The FCF International Couriers plc.

Post by sparksie » 05 Feb 2014, 15:11

Not sure how relevant I can be, but I cover a good bit of the Irish midlands most days.
I'm not too far from Enniskillen, which has UK postal services, being on the Northern side of the border, so I could possibly collect smaller items and post them without incurring the scandalous cross-border postage rates!
Or, naturally, pick up/drop off stuff for members over here.
Map wouldn't work for me, so I don't know whether the "international" means Ireland...
Mind you, as things stand, I have only SWMBO's little Mitsubishi that I can depend on, so I really do mean SMALL stuff!
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Re: The FCF International Couriers plc.

Post by myglaren » 05 Feb 2014, 18:42

Thanks, it all helps although not much used these days.

Map is working OK but may not if you are using the newer Google Maps - Malcolm (citronut) did have some difficulty with it. It can take a minute or so to load too.
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Re: The FCF International Couriers plc.

Post by citronut » 05 Feb 2014, 19:24

myglaren wrote: Map is working OK


so did you sort a map for The FCF International Couriers plc. then Steve hun,

if so i muster missed it :shock: :roll: :wink:
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