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I can still pull the birds !

Postby Rambo » Sat 16.04.2016, 20:49

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Re: I can still pull the birds !

Postby Scott J » Sat 16.04.2016, 20:54

aye and thats your limit, no Hillary GILFs, :bananasex:
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Re: I can still pull the birds !

Postby tb10 » Sat 16.04.2016, 20:56

That's quite a 'sizeable' bird you've 'pulled' there Rambo.....! :lol:
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Re: I can still pull the birds !

Postby Rambo » Sat 16.04.2016, 21:05

tb10 wrote:That's quite a 'sizeable' bird you've 'pulled' there Rambo.....! :lol:


I've heard the sizeable" ones can't run away as fast :wink:
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Re: I can still pull the birds !

Postby TrevorB » Sat 16.04.2016, 22:08

Does she come with a 'tool kit' Mark :?: :-D :wink:
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Re: I can still pull the birds !

Postby Rambo » Sat 16.04.2016, 22:23

Nae toolkits Trevor. Still working on it :wink:

Surprised no one has mentioned about how good my A pillar seals are though
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Postby Scott J » Sat 16.04.2016, 23:22

i thought A pillar seals were when you said "roll over baby and spread em "
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Re: I can still pull the birds !

Postby SimonR » Mon 18.04.2016, 23:31

I hope this isn't some tart on MY bonnet :) .. well actually if it is then why wasn't she included with the accessories

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Re: I can still pull the birds !

Postby Jamie N » Tue 19.04.2016, 10:44

Do you know what kind of bird that is Mark?, quite rare and slightly exotic, probably why it was attracted to the Elan :-) , its name sounds a bit like Rambo-ling :P .
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Re: I can still pull the birds !

Postby HJ2 » Tue 19.04.2016, 12:36

Hmmmzzz... this bird looks under aged to me. Not that I want to interfere or anything! :mrgreen:
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Re: I can still pull the birds !

Postby GeoffSmith » Tue 19.04.2016, 12:55

Jamie N wrote:Do you know what kind of bird that is Mark?, quite rare and slightly exotic, probably why it was attracted to the Elan :-) , its name sounds a bit like Rambo-ling :P .


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Re: I can still pull the birds !

Postby Rob P » Fri 01.07.2016, 16:13

Captured this morning by my lad, cheeky little blighter taking refuge under the wheel arch.
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Re: I can still pull the birds !

Postby Rambo » Fri 01.07.2016, 19:40

Looks like a baby female chaffinch to me. And it's just pooped on your tyre :lol:
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Re: I can still pull the birds !

Postby Jamie N » Fri 01.07.2016, 19:51

Rambo wrote:Looks like a baby female chaffinch to me.


Correct!, poor wee thing is probably hiding from Pica Pica or verminous, wildlife destroying, domestic cats :evil: .
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Re: I can still pull the birds !

Postby Giniw » Fri 01.07.2016, 20:49

(not to be mixed up with the one on his skates, of course)
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Re: I can still pull the birds !

Postby Rob P » Sat 02.07.2016, 20:12

Rambo wrote:Looks like a baby female chaffinch to me. And it's just pooped on your tyre :lol:

Thanks for identifying the little thing, was a chance in a million that he had the camera available when he saw it. as for the poop, they do say muck for luck :-)
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