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Streeb Evening.
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Yes, it is rather.

Good Evening.
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Arthur Streeb-Greebling wrote:Streeb Evening.
A long day nonetheless but of course.....

Good Evening Streeb Evening.
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PaulinLondon wrote:
Arthur Streeb-Greebling wrote:Streeb Evening.
A long day nonetheless but of course.....

Good Evening Streeb Evening.
I rather feel a simple Good Evening will suffice.

Good Evening.
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Alias wrote:
PaulinLondon wrote:
Arthur Streeb-Greebling wrote:Streeb Evening.
A long day nonetheless but of course.....

Good Evening Streeb Evening.
I rather feel a simple Good Evening will suffice.

Good Evening.
Alias,

Your Posts score is now 1807.

Good Evening.
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The Sewer The Sewer wrote:Oi go to bed Cookie - It's way past your bed time :lol: :lol:

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Sleep well Sir Nick ! :lol: :wink:

Cheers fella.

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The Sewer The Sewer wrote:FAB
er..Mr Tracey! :lol:
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The Sewer The Sewer wrote:FAB
Finchley Ain't Bad :lol:
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Squire:
(stiffly)
Good Evening.
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PaulinLondon wrote:
The Sewer The Sewer wrote:FAB
Finchley Ain't Bad :lol:
Might just as well be as FAB didn't actually stand for anything - unlike SIG (Spectrum is green) in Captain Scarlet !

Ahem ! Good evening, I'll get my coat !

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The Sewer The Sewer wrote:I beg to differ. I met the writer of Thunderbirds at a Book signing shop when I was about 10 I think. It was in Finchley opposite the Tally Ho Pub (Does that still exist??)
Yes. It is a Waterstones and is stocked with excellent sexual reference texts amongst other things.
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The Sewer The Sewer wrote:I beg to differ. I met the writer of Thunderbirds at a Book signing shop when I was about 10 I think. It was in Finchley opposite the Tally Ho Pub (Does that still exist??)

He was doing a book signing, and I asked him what FAB mean't, and he whispered to me that I should not tell anyone this, but it was

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I could be talking bollocks! :? (no change there then!), but I'm sure in International radio parlance it stands for Fine All Business :?:
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