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      10-01-2010, 05:47 AM   #45
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      10-01-2010, 07:31 AM   #46
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...gives me one up tha trumper
Fucking hell, I misssed this post yesterday, fucking hilarious, cannot stop laughing in the office now
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      10-01-2010, 02:13 PM   #47
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Sorry to hear this op.

On a lighter note. How do we feel about buggery as a punishment?

Vincent Vega once said 'you never FUCK; with another mans automobile.' and he was right.

Hypothetical situation.

Scrote tries to nick your wheels. You spot him, give chase, his mates scatter and you catch one. Adrenaline takes over, you whip it out (rubber no doubt) and give him a good side order of pork sword then boot him on his way.

Would he go to the police?

Evening son...
Now den geezer, some guy just bummed me innit...
Chortle, you what...
Yeah geezer, I was out wiv dick and dom nicking this geezers wheels, when e clocks me and gives me one up tha trumper...
Chortle... Alright son, fuck off then...

On the other hand. How does the community see that...? I mean if I came on here and flip reversed this post - told you the story above, but that I'd caught the fucker and bummed him...

Well... (Helen) would that punishment fit the crime? How many of you would say... Matt you sick fucker!!!? And how many would say... Well... I wouldn't do it, but good on ya. That'll make the little bastard think twice.

Just some food for thought. I've never buggered a fella before... Doubt I would unless in some kind of prison 'live or die' scenario.

Meh. Prob I'm pissed lol.

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thats one idea but wouldnt work if he nicked a womans wheels. what about kicking him in the nuts, beating him to within an inch of his life (25.4mm to euro supporters) then dragging him down the cop shop where they give him another good hiding, goes to court where he gets 2 yrs hard labour, IF ONLY!!
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thats one idea but wouldnt work if he nicked a womans wheels. what about kicking him in the nuts, beating him to within an inch of his life (25.4mm to euro supporters) then dragging him down the cop shop where they give him another good hiding, goes to court where he gets 2 yrs hard labour, IF ONLY!!
wud be much better to cut off the fcukin thieves' balls and shove them in their mum's asshole ...while u shit in her mouth...

fcukin diseased scumbags...

good luck with the claim OP...
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      10-02-2010, 05:42 PM   #50
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Sorry to hear about that OP, you can't have anything nice these days without some scumbag nicking it!

Matt for Justice Minister!!
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      10-03-2010, 09:11 AM   #51
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Sorry to hear this op.

On a lighter note. How do we feel about buggery as a punishment?

Vincent Vega once said 'you never FUCK; with another mans automobile.' and he was right.

Hypothetical situation.

Scrote tries to nick your wheels. You spot him, give chase, his mates scatter and you catch one. Adrenaline takes over, you whip it out (rubber no doubt) and give him a good side order of pork sword then boot him on his way.

Would he go to the police?

Evening son...
Now den geezer, some guy just bummed me innit...
Chortle, you what...
Yeah geezer, I was out wiv dick and dom nicking this geezers wheels, when e clocks me and gives me one up tha trumper...
Chortle... Alright son, fuck off then...

On the other hand. How does the community see that...? I mean if I came on here and flip reversed this post - told you the story above, but that I'd caught the fucker and bummed him...

Well... (Helen) would that punishment fit the crime? How many of you would say... Matt you sick fucker!!!? And how many would say... Well... I wouldn't do it, but good on ya. That'll make the little bastard think twice.

Just some food for thought. I've never buggered a fella before... Doubt I would unless in some kind of prison 'live or die' scenario.

Meh. Prob I'm pissed lol.

Matt
Missed this post.........Matt you big daft Tyke you

Is that lubed or dry though?

Think straddling him over a vaulting horse type apparatus, parting his cheeks and saying 'I'sa goin' to bum ya' in a deep voice would make him sweat.
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Missed this post.........Matt you big daft Tyke you

Is that lubed or dry though?

Think straddling him over a vaulting horse type apparatus, parting his cheeks and saying 'I'sa goin' to bum ya' in a deep voice would make him sweat.
hed probably love it!
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buggering car thieves....its a good idea but its alot less risky to just get them convicted and let someone else do the buggering while they're locked up. this system is already in place after all and it avoids any gangs of car thieves coming round your house to get revenge. (keeping with the pulp fiction theme - remember what happened to Zed !)

cutting fingers and ultimately hands off is the way to stop thieving, it works in the middle east (most of time!)




addition : -i would be keen to apply for the position of "finger cutter off'er" should this happen...ok just sayin
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      10-03-2010, 04:17 PM   #54
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      10-04-2010, 01:33 AM   #55
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buggering car thieves....its a good idea but its alot less risky to just get them convicted and let someone else do the buggering while they're locked up. this system is already in place after all and it avoids any gangs of car thieves coming round your house to get revenge. (keeping with the pulp fiction theme - remember what happened to Zed !)

cutting fingers and ultimately hands off is the way to stop thieving, it works in the middle east (most of time!)




addition : -i would be keen to apply for the position of "finger cutter off'er" should this happen...ok just sayin
i think there would be quite a few applicants for the job what qualifications do you have?
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      10-05-2010, 09:36 AM   #56
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Thanks for keeping an eye out!!!

I know about those, they are at Scotthall BMW in watford and they came off one or thier demos, so not mine!!

On a better note my insurers have pulled thier finger out and actually confirmed I am covered and i should have my car back by friday!
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Thanks for keeping an eye out!!!

I know about those, they are at Scotthall BMW in watford and they came off one or thier demos, so not mine!!

On a better note my insurers have pulled thier finger out and actually confirmed I am covered and i should have my car back by friday!
If they are in such short supply mate, buy them!!

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Look at the price! That sure isn't any sort of bargain. You can buy 19" rims with those tyres from a Dealer for less! (Obviously not the 225m of course.)
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If they are in such short supply mate, buy them!!

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I was going to, a sales guy at the showroom offered them to me for 1500 cash, but my insurers insist that I use thier repairers for everything. They have managed to source another set for me allbeit at a much higher price!
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I was going to, a sales guy at the showroom offered them to me for 1500 cash, but my insurers insist that I use thier repairers for everything. They have managed to source another set for me allbeit at a much higher price!
Was that with tyres, if so a bargin, worth buying and punting on IMO
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Was that with tyres, if so a bargin, worth buying and punting on IMO
It was with the tyres, they are all dodgy the salesmen down there though, the price changes everytime someone walks into the backroom comes out with a new price, they would not confirm if they could invoice them to me also!
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Was that with tyres, if so a bargin, worth buying and punting on IMO
Not sure at 1,500. Last lot went for 1,285 on eBay. 2,495 is too expensive though...
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On a better note my insurers have pulled thier finger out and actually confirmed I am covered and i should have my car back by friday!
Why wouldn't you be covered?!?
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