The FCF International Couriers plc.

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Re: The FCF International Couriers plc.

Post by CitroJim » 10 Nov 2013, 17:48

KP wrote:He does now :) lol
Yes, I guess I do :rofl2: I'm a lark. Those who stay up really late and wake late are described as owls... Some people I understand are just going to bed as I'm waking up!
Hell Razor5543 wrote:Yes, but I think that he gets up early to wake up the starlings, etc.
Somebody needs to :-D
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KP wrote:God knows as he's in bed for 9 most days lol
It his age............ bless him.......... :-** :-** :-**
I'm not that old you know :twisted: :lol:

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Re: The FCF International Couriers plc.

Post by KP » 10 Nov 2013, 20:47

So old dogs new tricks no longer applies Jim ;)

FYI as well as the manuals are you ok to hold onto a Cat for Chris and a spoolier for pavlos?!?

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Re: The FCF International Couriers plc.

Post by citronut » 10 Nov 2013, 22:17

KP wrote: are you ok to hold onto a Cat for Chris
as long as he remembers after feeding it to put it under the car an lower the suspension :yikes: :twisted: :rofl2: :shock: :-D :wink:

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Re: The FCF International Couriers plc.

Post by KP » 10 Nov 2013, 22:19

Meooooooowwwwwwwww-splat!!

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Re: The FCF International Couriers plc.

Post by CitroJim » 11 Nov 2013, 05:45

KP wrote: FYI as well as the manuals are you ok to hold onto a Cat for Chris and a spoolier for pavlos?!?
Yes, no problem at all Will... :-D

Not sure how my cat will appreciate another cat in the house though... Is this new cat house-trained?

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Re: The FCF International Couriers plc.

Post by KP » 11 Nov 2013, 08:53

It's garden trained at the moment Jim if you wanted to keep it outside and it's got a sensor to keep an eye on it :)

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Re: The FCF International Couriers plc.

Post by CitroJim » 11 Nov 2013, 18:25

That's good. Don’t want it doing any nasty CO in the house :wink:

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Re: The FCF International Couriers plc.

Post by CitroJim » 14 Nov 2013, 06:01

All is now safely here at my place. Malcolm, I have six boxes of manuals here for you and the cat is moaning already about them being in the conservatory...

What are their onward travel plans?

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Re: The FCF International Couriers plc.

Post by citronut » 14 Nov 2013, 09:06

thanks hunny

i will bell you this eve

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Re: The FCF International Couriers plc.

Post by Trainman » 14 Nov 2013, 09:23

Chris570 wrote:I would have to check but I can probably get them to East Grinstead from Milton Keynes?
Not sure is Chris is still available but..........

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Re: The FCF International Couriers plc.

Post by citronut » 14 Nov 2013, 10:45

Chris570 wrote:I would have to check but I can probably get them to East Grinstead from Milton Keynes?
hi Chris
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Re: The FCF International Couriers plc.

Post by citronut » 14 Nov 2013, 10:46

Trainman wrote:
Chris570 wrote:I would have to check but I can probably get them to East Grinstead from Milton Keynes?
Not sure is Chris is still available but..........
thanks Steve

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Re: The FCF International Couriers plc.

Post by Northern_Mike » 14 Nov 2013, 14:46

citronut wrote:thanks hunny

i will bell you this eve
If Chris can get them down this way to Reading/Maidenhead I can bring them down from there..

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Re: The FCF International Couriers plc.

Post by citronut » 14 Nov 2013, 14:52

Northern_Mike wrote:
citronut wrote:thanks hunny

i will bell you this eve
If Chris can get them down this way to Reading/Maidenhead I can bring them down from there..
ok thanks Mike

how far will you be able/willing to relay them

much ass grassy ass :-D :wink:

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Re: The FCF International Couriers plc.

Post by Northern_Mike » 14 Nov 2013, 14:55

citronut wrote:
Northern_Mike wrote:
citronut wrote:thanks hunny

i will bell you this eve
If Chris can get them down this way to Reading/Maidenhead I can bring them down from there..
ok thanks Mike

how far will you be able/willing to relay them

much ass grassy ass :-D :wink:
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