Have You Forgotten?

Blackrat

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#6
Joint_Force_Harrier said:
Not forgotten, just didnt want to remind any e-Goat rejects we were winning wars long ago!!!
And i didn't want to remind you that you provided an excellent water taxi for us lot when we were carving out an empire on land. :D
 
#8
Blackrat said:
Joint_Force_Harrier said:
Not forgotten, just didnt want to remind any e-Goat rejects we were winning wars long ago!!!
And i didn't want to remind you that you provided an excellent water taxi for us lot when we were carving out an empire on land. :D
You're saying that you are in our debt yes? :D
 

Blackrat

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#9
v8topcat said:
You're saying that you are in our debt yes? :D
Not me personally, you can poke it. I'm sure those that went before me have a huge amount of gratitude for the cramped conditions, the crap food and having to take their turn in the barrel whilst en route to colonise some shit hole or another. You fuckers owe me for letting you run riot in our bar down the Falklands in '91, leaving me to delegate someone to clear up.
 
#10
Joint_Force_Harrier said:
Blackrat said:
Joint_Force_Harrier said:
Not forgotten, just didnt want to remind any e-Goat rejects we were winning wars long ago!!!
And i didn't want to remind you that you provided an excellent water taxi for us lot when we were carving out an empire on land. :D
I'm glad my fore-fathers were of great service :D
Fuckin hell that's a lot of dads, did you have lots of uncles as well 8O :D
 
#11
Rumrat said:
Joint_Force_Harrier said:
Blackrat said:
Joint_Force_Harrier said:
Not forgotten, just didnt want to remind any e-Goat rejects we were winning wars long ago!!!
And i didn't want to remind you that you provided an excellent water taxi for us lot when we were carving out an empire on land. :D
I'm glad my fore-fathers were of great service :D
Fuckin hell that's a lot of dads, did you have lots of uncles as well 8O :D
Sadly not!!

Looked at the Trafalgar National archive post recently, only one with my surname from Liverpool, my family originated from the Potteries and Holyhead in those days!! :oops:
 
#12
Joint_Force_Harrier said:
Rumrat said:
Joint_Force_Harrier said:
Blackrat said:
Joint_Force_Harrier said:
Not forgotten, just didnt want to remind any e-Goat rejects we were winning wars long ago!!!
And i didn't want to remind you that you provided an excellent water taxi for us lot when we were carving out an empire on land. :D
I'm glad my fore-fathers were of great service :D
Fuckin hell that's a lot of dads, did you have lots of uncles as well 8O :D
Sadly not!!

Looked at the Trafalgar National archive post recently, only one with my surname from Liverpool, my family originate from the Potteries and Holyhead in those days!! :oops:
Here it comes, blame us scousers for stealing your ancestor :p

Joking aside, Was having at the National Archive website the other day, amazing how far back the records go :)
 
#14
Scouse_Castaway said:
Joint_Force_Harrier said:
Rumrat said:
Joint_Force_Harrier said:
Blackrat said:
Joint_Force_Harrier said:
Not forgotten, just didnt want to remind any e-Goat rejects we were winning wars long ago!!!
And i didn't want to remind you that you provided an excellent water taxi for us lot when we were carving out an empire on land. :D
I'm glad my fore-fathers were of great service :D
Fuckin hell that's a lot of dads, did you have lots of uncles as well 8O :D
Sadly not!!

Looked at the Trafalgar National archive post recently, only one with my surname from Liverpool, my family originate from the Potteries and Holyhead in those days!! :oops:
Here it comes, blame us scousers for stealing your ancestor :p

Joking aside, Was having at the National Archive website the other day, amazing how far back the records go :)
Don't surprise me at all, Scousers have had records ever since recorded time.
No doubt if they find older Egyptian buildings there will be some scally on it charged with stealing the first wheel. :roll: :D
 
#16
Its actually a well know fact in most of the world that the wheel was invented near what is now Chester.
It was launched into use as a wheelbarrow as before they could make a second one, the scousers kept pinching the original and delayed the use of two wheels by a thousand years.
Its in old Stirling's almanac. 8O :twisted: :roll: :D
 
#17
Never mind all this other tosh - IT'S MY BIRTHDAY!!!! And unbelievably, my parents almost called me Horatio! That would have gone down well at school and later in the RN as a JS2!
Took me ages to type that as for some reason I appear to be a bit squiffy - must be the bottle of Bombay Blue someone gave me!
 
#19
Blackrat said:
Oh shiz, I see you've got the 1805 Crimewatch re-enactment of Sgt Seeker
Royal Marines, getting Nelson's wallet on display.
One of Royal's finest profs and he got credit for taking him down to the sawbones.
Hoofin'. :lol:
 
#20
SONAR-BENDER said:
Never mind all this other tosh - IT'S MY BIRTHDAY!!!! And unbelievably, my parents almost called me Horatio! That would have gone down well at school and later in the RN as a JS2!
Took me ages to type that as for some reason I appear to be a bit squiffy - must be the bottle of Bombay Blue someone gave me!
Happy Birthday 'So Bo'!

Amongst the 'other Tosh' it is of some small significant that you share this year's birthday with the 50th Anniversary of the launch of HMS 'Doughnut' by Her Majesty at B-in-Furness.

 

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