RIP Citronut

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Re: RIP Citronut

Post by Stickyfinger » 02 Jul 2017, 22:03

Fondly remembered.......his PercyWotsit gets used down my way a lot
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Re: RIP Citronut

Post by CitroJim » 03 Jul 2017, 06:38

Time really does fly!

Chris, that's a lovely headstone on Malcolm's grave :D

We'll never forget Malcolm on here... I still often happen across his posts and always have a good giggle at them...

He lives on in spirit ;)
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Re: RIP Citronut

Post by Michel » 03 Jul 2017, 07:29

Stickyfinger wrote:
02 Jul 2017, 22:03
Fondly remembered.......his PercyWotsit gets used down my way a lot



Fondly remembered here too, I often use his inyourendo.... ;-)
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Re: RIP Citronut

Post by chris citro » 03 Jul 2017, 08:55

:-D
CitroJim wrote:
03 Jul 2017, 06:38
Time really does fly!

Chris, that's a lovely headstone on Malcolm's grave :D

We'll never forget Malcolm on here... I still often happen across his posts and always have a good giggle at them...

He lives on in spirit ;)
the head stone was only put their yesterday it has been done for a while but due to my poor heath it has not been put up their . I thought a Citroen on it would be appropriate .It did take some time to find someone who could do it. :-D
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Re: RIP Citronut

Post by elma » 03 Jul 2017, 10:12

I was only thinking of his percywotsit yesterday as I was struggling with some leaks.

That is a perfect headstone for Malcom, well worth the wait and the effort.
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Re: RIP Citronut

Post by ekjdm14 » 04 Jul 2017, 14:33

Rest easy Malcolm, and again Thank You for all the help & advice you've provided for us fellow Citroen enthusiasts. I shall raise my next brew in your honour :teabag:
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Re: RIP Citronut

Post by red_dwarfers » 09 Jul 2017, 00:08

The headstone is lovely Chris.
Malcolm regularly enters my thought process especially when I'm getting a bit fed up with something and I need some PERCYWATSIT. I can still hear his great accent!
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Re: RIP Citronut

Post by admiral51 » 30 Jul 2017, 17:18

Cannot believe Malcolm has passed away, a true Gent with a huge and wicked sense of Humour and an even bigger heart. No question went unanswered and the knowledge imparted was priceless.
where ever you are Malcolm, i hope your Percywhatsits are in full flow.
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Re: RIP Citronut

Post by Welshy_Pete » 06 Aug 2017, 20:00

I'm really sorry to hear about this. I had advice and help from Citronut many of times and very greatfull RIP

I only seen this post now I've not been online much with work and doing my house up so catching up with things online a bit now.

I never met him in person but I could tell he wanted to help as much as he could and will be sadly missed.
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