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Post by DRT » 23:17 Thu 08 Nov 2012

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"The first duty of Port is to be red"

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Post by Andy Velebil » 01:40 Fri 09 Nov 2012

So what you're saying is you can't afford to buy any more Port at the moment, but your kids are very happy :lol: :lol:

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Post by benread » 07:36 Sat 10 Nov 2012

I am 9 years away from a teenager, but I don't think it is exclusive to parents of teenagers!

Eddie told me this week he wanted a real guitar because an air guitar wasn't the real thing!
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Post by DRT » 19:03 Sat 10 Nov 2012

benread wrote:Eddie told me this week he wanted a real guitar because an air guitar wasn't the real thing!
When he is 19 and "playing" along to Bohemian Rhapsody in a student bar on karaoke night he will realise the error he made a decade earlier :lol:
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Post by AHB » 22:18 Mon 12 Nov 2012

Perhaps you should refer Eddie to this website if he thinks air guitars aren't real.
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