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Right arm chopped off or right leg?



Leg, hard to hold a pint with your leg

Peppers or tomatoes


I like both but im going tomatoes.

cherry tomatoes or salad tomatoes?

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Cherry,tastier imo.

Showjumping or rowing?

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Rowing, with The Wench.

Early night, or a lie-in?

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40 winks as in a very early night. Lie in's don't often occur as dogs need letting out and walking. Semi retirement gives opportunities for sleeping when you feel like it and I prefer a 3pm Knapp when required.

Chinese or Indian Takeaway?

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40 winks as in a very early night. Lie in's don't often occur as dogs need letting out and walking. Semi retirement gives opportunities for sleeping when you feel like it and I prefer a 3pm Knapp when required.

Chinese or Indian Takeaway?


I bet there are times when you're half way through typing a post, and you nod off :wink:

Indian, 9 times out of 10.

A loud rumbustious fart, or an SBD (Silent But Deadly)?

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Chinese, but sometimes a Chinese curry

What's worse, Frozen car in the morning, or being too hot in bed?


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Chinese, but sometimes a Chinese curry

What's worse, Frozen car in the morning, or being too hot in bed?


Difficult to decide; UK ice is difficult to remove from your car windows whereas colder climate ice, you just wipe it off with your hand as it is without moisture.

Don't like being hot in bed and cannot sleep if there is a Mosquito buzzing around albeit, I have ventilators and even air conditioning.

If I had nothing then, I'd choose being too hot in bed as the most miserable of the two choices as if I don't get my full quota of beauty sleep then, I'm a most miserable Meldrew. :lol:

Swings or Roundabouts (in a Park sense not driving or sexual sense. :roll: )?

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Swings. I had one in the garden as a kid, which is there til' this day round me Mom's, but I remember going round and round on the roundabout at Bantock Park when I was a kid, and it made me sick.

Swimming or running, as a form of exercise?

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Running as you can do it in all weathers and stop when you're knackered without having to tread water although, running in Speedoes is only for Gay blokes and Triathletes. :roll:

I used to love knocking out my own personal half marathon in my Union Jack shorts, Greek sun tan around the countryside of Hereford on a Sunday morning and then, drive back later for a few pints in the pubs I had been posing past. :oops:

Dropped handlebars Racing bike or Mountain/Cross Country Bike?

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Running as you can do it in all weathers and stop when you're knackered without having to tread water although, running in Speedoes is only for Gay blokes and Triathletes. :roll:

I used to love knocking out my own personal half marathon in my Union Jack shorts, Greek sun tan around the countryside of Hereford on a Sunday morning and then, drive back later for a few pints in the pubs I had been posing past. :oops:

Dropped handlebars Racing bike or Mountain/Cross Country Bike?


My bike's a Claude Butler hybrid, although it's for the road really, but I'd say Racing bike, as they are for proper cycling, not hurtling down some muddy hill, pretending to be on a motor bike, plus I can still remember when I had my first Raleigh Racer, on a sunny Christmas Day morning.

Suited and booted, or casual?

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FFS - I ay eard Claude Butler mentioned for Yonks - do they still churn them out or is it an old one?

Booted and Suited gets you far more attention if the suit fits and is of quality of course, but usually with an open necked button down shirt. My current 'booted' shoes are Italian Cesare Paciotti with matching belt, but if I am honest, I'm more in jeans and Fred Perry type tops than suits when going out nowadays - at home in the village it is all Military Surplus and I have loads of different camo patterns from Tiger Stripe to Fleckturn. I like the former when Charlie don't surf. :wink:

Button or Zip Flies?

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Claude Butler are still knocking them out, and I have to say for £350, my bike has been a cracking purchase. As for suits, I own ones by Hugo Boss and Jaeger, plus another Italian number, and a Dinner suit, none which fit me at present :oops:

Button flys were trendy in the 80s, but a bit of a rigmarole when you want a quick piss down the pub, so it's a good reliable zip for me.

Lakeland or Snowdonia?

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Lakeland-better pubs serving proper brown beer....


who or what?

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As questions go, I'd have to say who. What was that? What did she say? Generally speaking, 'what' means that you just haven't been paying attention, whereas 'who' is more inquiring of the mind. Who won The World Cup in 1954? Who's that bird in the Chanel advert? Who the fu** dropped that one?

No sex ever again, or sex with the same sex?

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Difficult decision albeit, one very 'strange' Warrant Officer in the Army always used to say that you're only gay if you bend. :roll:

I'll settle for my hand - lie on it until it goes numb and it could be anyone your mind could conjure up. :roll:

Ready Brek or Scotts Porridge Oats?

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Difficult decision albeit, one very 'strange' Warrant Officer in the Army always used to say that you're only gay if you bend. :roll:

I'll settle for my hand - lie on it until it goes numb and it could be anyone your mind could conjure up. :roll:

Ready Brek or Scotts Porridge Oats?

ready brek,but only if made with freezing cold milk and loads of sugar.



plucking a pube or nasal hair?

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Nasal for sure.

IFM or Rozza? :lol:

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neither,they are both rubbery muppets..........
shit yourself or throw up all down your own shirt?

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neither,they are both rubbery muppets..........
shit yourself or throw up all down your own shirt?


Quality sit on the fence answer :lol:

Throw up for sure i've shat meself playing tennis and it wasn't pretty in me white shorts :oops:

Argentina or Germany?

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Argentina for the women.

Saggy boobs or saggy arse?


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Argentina for the women.

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in my experience you cant have one without the other..........
toothache or a kick in the balls?

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I've had toothache for nearly 10 days, but I'd still choose that over a pain in the testicles for 10 days.

Heinz or other branded Baked Beans?

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Heinz.

Full English or Continental?

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You could ask a million people and no one would say continental..

London or New York?


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I'm sure Continentals would prefer a Continental, as opposed to Le Grande Anglais.

Anyhoo, London, and I'm sure you've asked that question before.

Dog or cat?

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I'm sure Continentals would prefer a Continental, as opposed to Le Grande Anglais.

Anyhoo, London, and I'm sure you've asked that question before.

Dog or cat?

either,they are both quite tasty..........

a big manky coldsore or genetal warts?

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I'm sure Continentals would prefer a Continental, as opposed to Le Grande Anglais.

Anyhoo, London, and I'm sure you've asked that question before.

Dog or cat?

either,they are both quite tasty..........

a big manky coldsore or genetal warts?


ohhh, just googled images of genital warts, couldn't eat a whole one so it has to be cold sore.

Toad in the hole?
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I'm sure Continentals would prefer a Continental, as opposed to Le Grande Anglais.

Anyhoo, London, and I'm sure you've asked that question before.

Dog or cat?

either,they are both quite tasty..........

a big manky coldsore or genetal warts?


ohhh, just googled images of genital warts, couldn't eat a whole one so it has to be cold sore.

Toad in the hole?
or
Hoeing in the Toad?


Done plenty of International Hoeing back in the day, but I guess a man has to eat real food now and again, so Toad in the Hole.

Belt over or under the makers label on your jeans?

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Under, you ALWAYS show the makers name, otherwise, you might as well get yer jeans from Primark.

Karaoke - love it, or hate it?

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Levi Jeans don't give the option for threading your belt underneath as the label is stitched down. I thought I read somewhere that is was a fashion Faux Pas to show your label, but must admit, I thread my belt under the label whenever possible.

Karaoke; think it is a good night out - have heard some quite amazing voices and a lot of strangling the Cat. Modern systems use those compensator's that can make us all sound like stars. I still prefer a Piano Bar myself where I can do drunken renditions of Tony Bennett, Nat King Cole and Frank Sinatra. I usually do it my way anyway. :lol:

Olive Oil or Sunflower Oil?

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