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    Quote Originally Posted by JEEP View Post
    Not all collapsible/folding gear is ridiculous. I am quite fond of my Lifeventure Collapsible Fabric Bowl; http://www.lifeventure.co.uk/htm/coo...ible-bowl.html

    Though not really aimed at our kind of outdoor activities, I actually find a lot of the items from Wacky Practicals quite interesting. They look like they are actually functual. If the collapsible funnel was half the size and weight, I would seriously consider getting one to pack with my white gas and multi-fuel stoves.
    Hi Mr. JEEP,

    Is the collapsible bowl quite useful - it's just that I saw one in Lidl or Aldi today and thought "interesting but not sure how useful you'll be". Can't remember the price but it wasn't all that out of order.

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    I carry one from Lifeventure on longer hikes, I find it very useful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Martin View Post
    Looks really good. Shame I've totally stopped drinking coffee and tea.

    Martin
    DUDE !!! THAT'S NOT BRITISH..... Unless your drinking ALE now o`COURSE

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    Quote Originally Posted by nilo52 View Post
    DUDE !!! THAT'S NOT BRITISH..... Unless your drinking ALE now o`COURSE
    The expression you are looking for is "Just not Cricket old boy"

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    It simply isn't DONE old boy
    Bit of a sticky wicket that
    Carry on , that man
    and Bob`s your uncle

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    Quote Originally Posted by nilo52 View Post
    ... and Bob`s your uncle
    How did you know Bobs my Uncle?

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    snip snip, Bob's your Uncle...snip, snip, Bob's your Auntie
    Only my dog can judge me

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    Quote Originally Posted by nilo52 View Post
    It simply isn't DONE old boy
    Bit of a sticky wicket that
    Carry on , that man
    and Bob`s your uncle
    He must be an ex-pat?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ehecatl View Post
    He must be an ex-pat?
    NAW ,

    Just seen a lot of old movies ! Also intrigued by ANYTHING U.K. actually.

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    Quote Originally Posted by happybonzo View Post
    snip snip, Bob's your Uncle...snip, snip, Bob's your Auntie
    Of COURSE only your dog can judge you , that's cause YOUR his Human !

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