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    Really enjoyed their vids, I think they changed their name at some point but then stopped making them.

    I still go back and watch them from time to time

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    Anyone fancy joining the 'Alzheimer Bushies'?

    ...good grammar not a prerequisite.

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    lol @ martin i meant people in there 80s etc.
    lifes good ,but even sweeter under the stars

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    Moderator & Poshcrafter™ Martin's Avatar
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    lol. Kieran, shouldn't that be their 80's?

    Sorry mate, couldn't resist it. I reckon I should have been a teacher, I could do well with that red pen.

    Oh yeah, and I'm not being serious, just in case anyone was worried.

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    Management...what are they like :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fletching View Post
    Anyone fancy joining the 'Alzheimer Bushies'?

    ...good grammar not a prerequisite.

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    I'd join but I'd probably never remember the link...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Martin View Post
    lol. Kieran, shouldn't that be their 80's?

    Sorry mate, couldn't resist it. I reckon I should have been a teacher, I could do well with that red pen.

    Oh yeah, and I'm not being serious, just in case anyone was worried.

    Martin
    wit man im pure gonnay chib you!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony1948 View Post
    Now, Now Martin Im older than you and i new wot swkieran ment and i cant spell...........I left school at 14 to go down the pits i was the bread winer 4 mum and 12 brothers& sisters being the eldist. I still cant spell but Iv got a better job now I kleen chimlys....HHHHHHHHHA
    lol we should turn this into a monty python "four yorkshiremen" thread. i.e "when i was a lad we would work 27hours a day in the pits and sleep in a shoebox and were lucky if we had gravel for breakfast"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aaron Rushton View Post
    lol we should turn this into a monty python "four yorkshiremen" thread. i.e "when i was a lad we would work 27hours a day in the pits and sleep in a shoebox and were lucky if we had gravel for breakfast"
    You're not a Yorkshireman, you're a very naughty boy!!!

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    Thumbs up Bushcraft Boyz - Great Stuff


    To try and reclaim this thread... don't forget guys, if you like certain videos and would like to share them with others on here you can do so easily by copying/pasting the YouTube link which looks like this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ydNMl6jmgtw
    And put the following tags either side of the link: [ video ] Link-here [/ video ] (without the spaces) and then it will do this...



    They have knocked out some great stuff, I might try and get in touch with them.
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