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hello from the u.k.

Post by tempusmaximus » April 28th 2014, 6:19am

Hello every one , just introducing myself .Name is Bernie and I live in Yorkshire the U.K..I work has a manager at a recycling plant and im 52 years old bit of a fitness fanatic so I work out a lot .I have been collecting watches for over 30years and I am also a member on the Christopher ward watch forum .Hope to be able to contribute and learn from you guys on Watchlords.
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Post by biglove » April 28th 2014, 6:56am

Hidey Ho!

What's your ID on the CW forums? Do you fail to utilize punctuation incorrectly there, also?

Is your space bar broken? Does it double tap at times and at others fail to tap?

Do you have difficulties understanding which words should be capitalized?

Other than that, again, Hidey Ho!

*the biglove troll-o-meter gives this one a 99% based on his initial two posts*
Maybe we should start taking bets on troll odds?
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Post by bedlam » April 28th 2014, 7:10am

tempusmaximus wrote:Hello every one , just introducing myself .Name is Bernie and I live in Yorkshire the U.K..I work has a manager at a recycling plant and im 52 years old bit of a fitness fanatic so I work out a lot .I have been collecting watches for over 30years and I am also a member on the Christopher ward watch forum .Hope to be able to contribute and learn from you guys on Watchlords.


Hey Bernie. Did you employ your avatar monkey to format your post??
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Post by tempusmaximus » April 28th 2014, 7:15am

biglove wrote:Hidey Ho!

What's your ID on the CW forums? Do you fail to utilize punctuation incorrectly there, also?

Is your space bar broken? Does it double tap at times and at others fail to tap?

Do you have difficulties understanding which words should be capitalized?

Other than that, again, Hidey Ho!

*the biglove troll-o-meter gives this one a 99% based on his initial two posts*
Maybe we should start taking bets on troll odds?


I use the same ID , and yes my punctuation is shit there also :lol:
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Post by tempusmaximus » April 28th 2014, 7:17am

bedlam wrote:
tempusmaximus wrote:Hello every one , just introducing myself .Name is Bernie and I live in Yorkshire the U.K..I work has a manager at a recycling plant and im 52 years old bit of a fitness fanatic so I work out a lot .I have been collecting watches for over 30years and I am also a member on the Christopher ward watch forum .Hope to be able to contribute and learn from you guys on Watchlords.


Hey Bernie. Did you employ your avatar monkey to format your post??



That monkey is far more intelligent ! :shock:
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Post by tempusmaximus » April 28th 2014, 9:28am

Jamesbee wrote:Welcome Bernie!

What do you think about steampunk dress up costumes and quaint coastal towns?


Thank's for the welcome Jamesbee.Quaint coastal towns are alright , I don't think much of the costumes though :lol:
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Post by conjurer » April 28th 2014, 10:59am

tempusmaximus wrote:I work has a manager at a recycling plant


A recycling manager, huh? What's the best way to recycle old engine oil? I contend that dumping it in my neighbor's back yard is best.
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Post by tempusmaximus » April 28th 2014, 11:39am

conjurer wrote:
tempusmaximus wrote:I work has a manager at a recycling plant


A recycling manager, huh? What's the best way to recycle old engine oil? I contend that dumping it in my neighbor's back yard is best.



Yep that's the best way.
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Post by catnap » April 28th 2014, 11:53am

tempusmaximus wrote:
catnap wrote:You seem a cheeky chappy, do you mind if we call you Bernaaarrd?



I prefer Bernie ;) , which part of Great Britain are you from catnap?

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Post by Horse Feathers » April 28th 2014, 11:53am

conjurer wrote:
tempusmaximus wrote:I work has a manager at a recycling plant


A recycling manager, huh? What's the best way to recycle old engine oil? I contend that dumping it in my neighbor's back yard is best.


The preferred method is:

1) Wait until your neighbor changes their oil
2) Drain their oil into a pan.
3) Drain your oil into a pan.
4) Pour your old oil into their car.
5) Pour their fresh oil into your car.

Note: If they ever offer their car privately for sale it would be best to pass.

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Post by fatman » April 28th 2014, 12:05pm

CW guy huh? Well then you cannot be all that bad. There are a few of those around here and they are all good company.
Fitness is for losers. Your still going to die, right?
You Brits sure have a beautiful princess going on over there. Congrats!
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Post by 3Flushes » April 28th 2014, 12:57pm

Cheers - Welcome to Watchlords; the joint's more fun than a human being should be allowed to have and whatnot.

Just a word to the wise: Keep an eye on that damn chimp, man; they look all cute and so on, but look away for a SECOND, or piss 'em off, and they rip your fuckin' face off and shove it up your ass and so-forth. And you taught yours to shoot yet. Actually, I guess that may have been pretty smart. Being shot is indeed the less traumatic way to die. Might want to make sure you always have an extra sack a Monkey Chow on hand, mate, if I can call you that.
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