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Happy birthday Fourgee

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Just noticed this and hope it's not too late to wish you a very happy birthday!

Well spotted Canny lass, I usually see them in the morning but morning came late today after being in the Toon last night watching the Rugby on the big screen at Greys Monument. You missed a treat, hundreds of men with hairy legs wearing tartan skirts  :|


Happy Birthday Fourgee, have a Guddin  

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Foxy, I've got enough problems with hairy legs over here! There are four of them on every body and they are ploughing up my garden at a rate of knots. They are known as wild boar. Don't mention mornings. We're up at the crack of dawn trying to get 500 metres of Electric fencing up Before the ground freezes over for Winter. I am not a happy Bunny!  

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Mee too!  One of those regular "out by one" programmer's errors, you understand!  ;)


Are you suing EE for name infringement yet? 

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