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    Bog Books

    So, we've got somefink for the Wimmin (listing their shoes....yawn!)
    How about somefink for the blokes? Something untouched by the feminine hand or mind. Of course, I refer to the mighty literary resource known as the Bog Book(s). Naturally, Jeremy Clarkson has captured the market here. Has anyone noticed that one of his pieces takes about the same time to read as the British Standard Dump? You know you've had a bad night out when you venture in 2 Clarkson (or, heaven forfend 3 Clarkson) territory.

    So, here is my inventory. Downstairs sanctuary, of course.

    1 x Jeremy Clarkson 'And Another Thing...'
    1 x Why Don't Penguins Feet Freeze?
    3 x Mojo
    1 x Uncut
    2 x Q
    2 x FellRunner
    2 x Porsche Post.

    Thats about optimum coz otherwise the pile would get a bit wobbly!
    I am Kuno....

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    Re: Bog Books

    Nothing...err...'colourful'?
    "The best shield is to accept the pain, then what can really destroy me?"

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    Re: Bog Books

    amongst various running and sailing books i have
    "A short history of nearly everything"

    a brilliant book for 'dipping' into.

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    Re: Bog Books

    Just been looking at a map of the Pennine Bridleway on the pot, that's full of Bogs
    Hills and Guinness!

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    Re: Bog Books

    Quote Originally Posted by Wheeze View Post
    2 x Porsche Post.
    You an owner, or just a fan?
    "The best shield is to accept the pain, then what can really destroy me?"

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    Re: Bog Books

    my downstairs convenience has

    Exercises for Gentlemen in their suits
    and
    Dont's for Wives c1913 (actually it's quite a good little read!!)

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    Re: Bog Books

    Quote Originally Posted by emmilou View Post
    my downstairs convenience has

    Exercises for Gentlemen in their suits
    and
    Dont's for Wives c1913 (actually it's quite a good little read!!)
    I noticed those whilst banging my head on the cieling.....they look like those dangerous books for boys.

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    Re: Bog Books

    Quote Originally Posted by Al Fowler View Post
    I noticed those whilst banging my head on the cieling.

    What a curious young fellow you are Master Fowler.
    "The best shield is to accept the pain, then what can really destroy me?"

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    Re: Bog Books

    Quote Originally Posted by southernsoftie View Post

    What a curious young fellow you are Master Fowler.
    Im not totallly tapped in the head you know.


    Emmi's downstairs toilet is under the stairs, so you bang your head on the ceiling when your are stood up.

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    Re: Bog Books

    Al Murray The Pub Landlord's Book of British Common Sense is my currently bog book
    Poacher turned game-keeper

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