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Post by mike d on Thu May 10 2012, 23:07

hi all..
i would like to give a big shout out to Ian Webb for all of his help in getting to the root of my mobility scooter problems
we were at abbey hill over the week end as you may or may not know,and the bloody scooter keep packing up
so off he went tools out,scooter batteries off and scooter on nits side and bits off and on...
well in the end we think hes sorted it....poxy thing wouldn't travel 1/2 a mile let alone the 12 or so its supposed to
so thanks Ian for all the work you have done so far..its very much appreciated..as well you know mate....
well if you don't now you never will..what it now 33years or more we've known each other....
my brother from another mother...lol..lol
thanks mate.....

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Post by ian webb on Fri May 11 2012, 00:30

No problem Mr D what are friends for, well in your case using and abusing but wouldnt have it any other way, just dont forget to leave me an engine in ya will, lol lol
Ian (Dr Lister)

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Post by kevjhnsn on Fri May 11 2012, 03:42

ian
good thinking
uncle mike please leave me one in the will too
p.s no sunshine engine though
kev

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Re: a big thanks to IAN WEBB (Dr LISTER)

Post by mike d on Fri May 11 2012, 15:25

ian webb wrote:No problem Mr D what are friends for, well in your case using and abusing but wouldn't have it any other way, just don't forget to leave me an engine in ya will, lol lol
Ian (Dr Lister)

well when you see the 4 ive just got,you will poo yourself mate/user and abuser...lol.lol..
all jokes aside thanks mate..your a star..looking after the elderly like you do...lol..lol.
mike...

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Post by stationary stu on Fri May 11 2012, 17:04

Nice one Ian cheers cheers "Care in the community" just watch he's not wanting help when his incontinance pants want changing. lol! lol! lol!

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Re: a big thanks to IAN WEBB (Dr LISTER)

Post by mike d on Fri May 11 2012, 18:52

kevjhnsn wrote:ian
good thinking
uncle mike please leave me one in the will too
p.s no sunshine engine though
kev

sorry kev...
you will have to fight the boys for them...
not an easy task either..ask Ian...lol..lol
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Post by mike d on Fri May 11 2012, 18:54

stationary stu wrote:Nice one Ian cheers cheers "Care in the community" just watch he's not wanting help when his incontinence pants want changing. lol! lol! lol!

Stu.

don't worry Stu..
if i need help with them i will be phoning you for tips and hints on how to put them on and off..lol..lol
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Post by Abes on Fri May 11 2012, 21:11

LOL you told me you did'ent take them off you just let them drain down

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Post by mike d on Fri May 11 2012, 21:18

Abes wrote:LOL you told me you didn't take them off you just let them drain down

that's only because that's what you said you do with your mate..lol..lol..
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Post by ian webb on Sat May 12 2012, 11:57

You only have to read Abes signature and he basically confesses to peeing his pants lol, mind you i expect hes made other messes owning that auto truck you jammy git, ill be round for a go on it sometime, well done mate,
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Re: a big thanks to IAN WEBB (Dr LISTER)

Post by mike d on Sat May 12 2012, 19:39

the sly old fox kept that quite...
so you wouldn't buy it...
mike,,,

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Post by Abes on Sat May 12 2012, 20:44

LOL Mrs. Abrams did'ent breed any stupid kids you know, ugly yes stupid no

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Re: a big thanks to IAN WEBB (Dr LISTER)

Post by mike d on Sat May 12 2012, 21:46

well abes,you said it and no one else...lol
don't let Ian have a go on it he mite not come back with it..lol
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