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Rosina Sandwich

Would you rather be on top or underneath RC?


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safewalrus

War Hero
Playing with a Spaniards fluffy balls - Mr. Drake would be happy! I take it these 'happy people' (I use a very old dictionary) where of the Male gender
 
safewalrus said:
Playing with a Spaniards fluffy balls - Mr. Drake would be happy! I take it these 'happy people' (I use a very old dictionary) where of the Male gender

I hope so.. as I said they both had extremely short haircuts, beards and nicely fitting blue jeans on... :lol: Mmmmmmmmmmmm, to paraphrase Dondon!
 
Always_a_Civvy said:
Sorry, Legal Executive! Basically an LE trains and specialises in one or two areas of law and can only practice in those areas. I thought of criminal law and charity law (trust law put me off). An LE is basically a sub-solicitor. Not entitled to be called a solicitor and not entitled to practice in most areas of law.

You are entitled to practice in whatever area of law you wish, however most FILEX specialise in the area that they passed their exams in. But you are not qualified as a FILEX (Land Law) or FILEX (Crim) and you are certainly not a sub-solicitor. In time multi disciplinary partnerships will allow FILEX to be partners in a firm of solicitors, there will be no requirement that a partner be a solicitor.

You will find very few solicitors practice in more than one area of the law, you become - like the FILEX - a specialist in a particular area. Which is why you will find when you ask me for free legal advise I will always preface it with the statement that I am not specialised in employment, civil lit, probate or whatever, but I have a general understanding of the background of the law.

And finally Steve, no you cannot have the PO Stoker for the week, as I am not certain what state he would be returned in.
 

slim

War Hero
Rosie I think that you are being very cruel not sharing the po stoker with Steve. I am sure that hewould be loved and cherished.
 

dondon

MIA
Jenny_Dabber said:
Always_a_Civvy said:
sgtpepperband said:
RC's got lots of men on top of her (and I'm underneath her...) - but AAC is the biggest poster of all... :wink:

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Junior Jenny's a woman! :???: :???: :???:

A little girl on girl action never hurt any one :lol:



Mmmmmmmmmmmm :wink:
 
rosinacarley said:
And that is what bothers me!

I'd tuck him up into his OWN bed each night with his teddy tucked under the duvet! :wink:

Seriously though, have a great time in the Red Sea - and remember to post piccies depicting the sun, azure skies and some daisy chains for Uncle Albert, who elsewhere has taken an unexpected interest in their providence! :wink: :grin:

On the LE front - interesting - I was told differently - but then you know better as our resident Legal Eagle! :smile:
 

sgtpepperband

War Hero
Book Reviewer
NZ_Bootneck said:
sgtpepperband said:
slim said:
You are a naughty boy starting this sgt. Wait till she gets you in court, she'll sue the pants of you (if you are wearing any).

She can't sue me - unless she could prove I was slanderous with intent. And to paraphrase Oscar Wilde, the only thing I have to declare is my genius... :wink:
First Westlife, now another Gay icon Oscar Wilde, oh deary me Pepperband seems you are a fully paid up member of the Blue Oyster Club :shock: :mrgreen:

You seem to be taking a rather too keen an interest in the self-perceived homosexual content of my posts. I wonder why? Repressed? Run out of sheep? AAC converted you already?

I merely have a liberal and open mind about a variety of topics... :cool:
 

sgtpepperband

War Hero
Book Reviewer
rosinacarley said:
Always_a_Civvy said:
Sorry, Legal Executive! Basically an LE trains and specialises in one or two areas of law and can only practice in those areas. I thought of criminal law and charity law (trust law put me off). An LE is basically a sub-solicitor. Not entitled to be called a solicitor and not entitled to practice in most areas of law.

You are entitled to practice in whatever area of law you wish, however most FILEX specialise in the area that they passed their exams in. But you are not qualified as a FILEX (Land Law) or FILEX (Crim) and you are certainly not a sub-solicitor. In time multi disciplinary partnerships will allow FILEX to be partners in a firm of solicitors, there will be no requirement that a partner be a solicitor.

You will find very few solicitors practice in more than one area of the law, you become - like the FILEX - a specialist in a particular area. Which is why you will find when you ask me for free legal advise I will always preface it with the statement that I am not specialised in employment, civil lit, probate or whatever, but I have a general understanding of the background of the law.

And finally Steve, no you cannot have the PO Stoker for the week, as I am not certain what state he would be returned in.

Arse like a tattered windsock, perhaps..?! :lol:
 
sgtpepperband said:
Rosie the Legal Eagle said:
...And finally Steve, no you cannot have the PO Stoker for the week, as I am not certain what state he would be returned in.

Arse like a tattered windsock, perhaps..?! :lol:

Moi? (Sorry J_D, not sure if you've copyrighted that?) :lol:

xxspikexx said:
some people need to get out more........ :shock: :grin:

Eh? :roll:
 

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