Bryans allwin anti-bounce unit identified

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Go for it!
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Ok, but I'll need an alibi for next Tuesday at 23.00 hours. Don't tell anyone.
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!!IDEA!! If you get stopped by plod I'm sure they will be understanding enough to realize that you are going to the Black Country to collect vital supplies (e.g. a High Top bandit handle). Make sure you are wearing a mask to complete the ruse.
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I'll be waiting for you.
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Brilliant! :HaHa: Rest assured your secret is safe with us....probably.
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BP, don't forget to wear a striped jumper with the mask, so the cops will not think you are looking suspicious.
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Well that was embarrassing!
Did anyone know PM Towers was up for sale?
I always thought it was a bit strapped for space in there.
Never mind, Nursey made me welcome, and the answer to the query about bouncing balls was "indubitably"

BP @&@
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More embarrassing is my 'vintage' slot machine arcade and my £4,000,000 'arts and crafts style' house. :lol:
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The estate agent told me in order to attract the sort of Chav that wins the lottery it was necessary to substitute all the oak boxes with brass knobs and a ball bearing for chipboard, Formica and plastic.
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Haha, I've been there.
Titter ye Not, they may only be chipboard boxes, but the machines in that photo are worth the best part of £50,000. The Barcrest 'Razzle Dazzle' front left in the photo is worth £2,000+ all day long.
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