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PostPosted: Fri Jul 13, 2012 10:42 am 
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Stick my name in the hat please. BTW I want in on record that I now no longer need a fb sized T shirt should I win one :huray:

I am back into my 34" waist trousers.


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I am back into my 34" waist trousers.


I'm about the same, 34-36 depending on the fit, but when I had an old persons medical last year the ugly fat cow doing it measured my waist at 109cm (about 43"), I pointed out that the trousers were a 36" and loose, and she snarled back at me "you don't wear your trousers round your waist" :scratch:

Any way, enough of that, stick me in the hat please. :mrgreen:

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ayjay wrote:

I'm about the same, 34-36 depending on the fit, but when I had an old persons medical last year the ugly fat cow doing it measured my waist at 109cm (about 43"), I pointed out that the trousers were a 36" and loose, and she snarled back at me "you don't wear your trousers round your waist" :scratch:

Any way, enough of that, stick me in the hat please. :mrgreen:

Old persons medical :-) I am way too young for that

It seems the fashion these days is to wear your trousers at around knee height


Does this post mean I have entered the competition twice and doubled my chances of winning?


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It seems the fashion these days is to wear your trousers at around knee height


Sorry to pollute the competition with a second post, but don't you just want to kick these people to the ground when you see them walking around with jeans around their knees? Also, I want to punch people in the face when I see them walking around with tracksuit bottoms tucked in their socks, with a hand down their pants playing with themselves.

WHY!!!!!

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BillyGoat wrote:
OnlyMe wrote:
ayjay wrote:
It seems the fashion these days is to wear your trousers at around knee height


Sorry to pollute the competition with a second post, but don't you just want to kick these people to the ground when you see them walking around with jeans around their knees? Also, I want to punch people in the face when I see them walking around with tracksuit bottoms tucked in their socks, with a hand down their pants playing with themselves.

WHY!!!!!

BG


BG just prefers his dirty old mac with the pockets cut out!

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Bit late, but stick me in the hat please :)

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Even later, but I've made my 10 posts, so please stick me in the hat.... Or my name, that is

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I'm afraid you only win the mouse mats and coasters, not the gorgeous model :lol:

So long as there's no chance of winning BillyGoat (or even a pictiure of same), that's fine by me, especially after this.....

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PS....happy to model stuff too Chez, I'll bet I look reet-good in a g-rope. :thumbright:

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