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Magpies: the deathmatch (18-05)

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Apr 2018
11:37am, 18 Apr 2018
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swittle
Agreed^. Even the most refined of places have their murky corners.
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Apr 2018
6:28pm, 18 Apr 2018
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.B.
:-o Even Fetchland?!
Apr 2018
8:04pm, 18 Apr 2018
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swittle
Well....
Apr 2018
8:24pm, 18 Apr 2018
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GlennR
Anywhere I am is a murky corner.
Apr 2018
9:14pm, 18 Apr 2018
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Angus Clydesdale
Who said that?
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Apr 2018
10:57pm, 18 Apr 2018
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.B.
Ref the poll, I don't like fig rolls, horrible things.
Apr 2018
11:20pm, 18 Apr 2018
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Carpathius
I love fig rolls. I voted no because in my case they're usually eaten in multiples of three :)
Apr 2018
11:24pm, 18 Apr 2018
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Zehnderboy
Love them too - multiples of packets I find :-)
Apr 2018
11:24pm, 18 Apr 2018
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Zehnderboy
Why restrict to just 3
Apr 2018
7:40am, 19 Apr 2018
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GregP
Because there's three in a pile. Isn't standard packet five(?) rows of three in a pile?

About This Thread

Maintained by GregP
Deathmatch closed 18/04/18 10:40
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GOLD: The Magpie (Monet) ("La Pie"), an 1869 painting by Monet

SILVER: HMS Magpie, one of eight Royal Navy ships that have been given this name

BRONZE: Magpie Restaurant Whitby, excellent fish
BRONZE: Magpie Lane, Oxford, very narrow historic lane in central Oxford, England

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