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    Am also in this picture, try to figure it out who i am , hint, i have a "protective" device on

    am in also a couple of these on this website ,http://static.cnhi.zope.net/flashpro...908/index.html but that picture above was the front page of the newspaper


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    Quote Originally Posted by 32Bravo View Post
    I see a 'Mick' trying to be Dago, about to go joy-riding in some old geezers car.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Panzerknacker View Post
    At last I see some new pictures

    The your is good Bravo but the the one by Rising S have a more relaxed attitude.

    Sprog!


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    Quote Originally Posted by tankgeezer View Post
    The term is monicer, but its because I am not a young whippersnapper as some of you folks are. But, for a 56 yr old guy I do alright.
    Age is all in the mind, and I dont mind feeling young.
    No, I meant Monica.

    A play on words, you see, Di (Welsh accent)!

    In London, a geezer means: chap, bloke, guy, man (and in the age of 'Ladettes' can also be a girl when portraying the image of the Cockney-geezer). The older man would be an old-geezer, somewhat like RS and (dare I say) I.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RifleMan20 View Post
    Am also in this picture, try to figure it out who i am , hint, i have a "protective" device on

    am in also a couple of these on this website ,http://static.cnhi.zope.net/flashpro...908/index.html but that picture above was the front page of the newspaper
    Going to have to take a lucky guess here. You are in a 29 Joseph Addai uniform and with the helmet
    Good Conduct Medal
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    yep, you got it, only because you go to my schoool


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    Quote Originally Posted by 32Bravo View Post
    No, I meant Monica.

    A play on words, you see, Di (Welsh accent)!

    In London, a geezer means: chap, bloke, guy, man (and in the age of 'Ladettes' can also be a girl when portraying the image of the Cockney-geezer). The older man would be an old-geezer, somewhat like RS and (dare I say) I.
    Gotcha, here Geezer is automatically an old male,an old woman is a crone, or old bat, bag, or hag.

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    Well, our friend Digger finally show his his face,

    Thanks man, you look younger than I spected, mostly because that Rammstein shirt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tankgeezer View Post
    Gotcha, here Geezer is automatically an old male,an old woman is a crone, or old bat, bag, or hag.

    Ah, we refer to them as elderly ladies and old gents, among other things - depending on temperament.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Digger View Post
    This is me digger-critter









    digger
    I can see the family resemblance.


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    What resemblance? Me and Sean Bean?

    digger

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    Quote Originally Posted by Digger View Post
    What resemblance? Me and Sean Bean?

    digger
    Talk about conceited!

    George Eller really blew your head!

    You're less like Sean Bean, and more like Mr Bean!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rising Sun* View Post
    Talk about conceited!

    George Eller really blew your head!

    You're less like Sean Bean, and more like Mr Bean!
    P.S.

    Nice railway station.

    If the shops in the background were shabbier, it'd pass for somewhere in the Dandenongs down here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rising Sun* View Post
    P.S.

    Nice railway station.

    If the shops in the background were shabbier, it'd pass for somewhere in the Dandenongs down here.
    The local shopping centre has fallen on hard times because of three super shopping centres close by. The shop behind my left shoulder has been under renovation off and on for ten years, not helped by the local vandals.

    However overall it's a good place to live, no where near like some of the outer suburbs, but soon we're on the move to a better locale.

    And no my dear RS it hasn't gone to my head at all. i tried to convince George Eller I got a pretty good battering with the ugly stick before I was born, but he'd have nothing of it

    digger

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    Quote Originally Posted by Digger View Post
    And no my dear RS it hasn't gone to my head at all. i tried to convince George Eller I got a pretty good battering with the ugly stick before I was born, but he'd have nothing of it
    George is an American.

    He doesn't understand that he's judging you against the average Yank, where you measure up very nicely, and not the stunningly handsome bronzed Anzac where you're, well, not quite there.

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