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On Thu, 29 Aug 2013 03:55:09 -0700 (PDT), Judith, Massif Central
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The very heavy rain stopped after about 10 minutes. Ray came

in
soaked just getting from house to car to house!

Daft bugger, really heavy ran hardly ever lasts that long in

this
country, 10 or 15 mins at the most. I just sit in the car and
wait, enjoying being dry whilst watching it belt down.

What can I say? His ickle wifey was waiting for him. ;-)

I see, say no more. Nudge nudge, wink wink, say no more.

But why did you send Ray out to the car in the first place?


Ye gods - it's the Grand Inqusitor Show here! ;-)


I have a feeling you are not telling us all, we have ways of making you
talk :-))


Hm! She is made of harder stuff! Cardinal Fang! Fetch...THE COMFY
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On Tue, 27 Aug 2013 23:42:41 +0100 (BST), "Dave Liquorice"
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On Tue, 27 Aug 2013 22:12:03 +0100, Sacha wrote:

The very heavy rain stopped after about 10 minutes. Ray came in soaked
just getting from house to car to house!


Daft bugger, really heavy ran hardly ever lasts that long in this
country, 10 or 15 mins at the most. I just sit in the car and wait,
enjoying being dry whilst watching it belt down.


If you have been on a long journey and had been anticipating a Loo
relief with minutes of arrival sitting in a car with water cascading
over it for an indeterminate time can be far from enjoyable.

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On 2013-08-29 18:19:22 +0100, Dave Liquorice said:

On Thu, 29 Aug 2013 03:55:09 -0700 (PDT), Judith, Massif Central
France. wrote:

The very heavy rain stopped after about 10 minutes. Ray came

in
soaked just getting from house to car to house!

Daft bugger, really heavy ran hardly ever lasts that long in

this
country, 10 or 15 mins at the most. I just sit in the car and
wait, enjoying being dry whilst watching it belt down.

What can I say? His ickle wifey was waiting for him. ;-)

I see, say no more. Nudge nudge, wink wink, say no more.

But why did you send Ray out to the car in the first place?

Ye gods - it's the Grand Inqusitor Show here! ;-)


I have a feeling you are not telling us all, we have ways of making you
talk :-))


Hm! She is made of harder stuff! Cardinal Fang! Fetch...THE COMFY
CHAIR!


Make it a sofa - two of us, you know! ;-)
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On Thu, 29 Aug 2013 23:28:39 +0200, Martin wrote:

I have a feeling you are not telling us all, we have ways of
making you talk :-))

Yea yeah - we have a stand outside and get soaked, fetish! ;-)

Not dressed in shiny rubber?


Naw, just a T shirt.


Wet of course.


It's pouring with rain... and being the UK it won't be warm rain
either.

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Dave Liquorice wrote:
Naw, just a T shirt.

Wet of course.

It's pouring with rain... and being the UK it won't be warm rain
either.


Very very warm here tonight.
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On 30 Aug 2013 00:15:27 GMT, Victoria Conlan wrote:

Naw, just a T shirt.

Wet of course.


It's pouring with rain... and being the UK it won't be warm rain
either.


Very very warm here tonight.


Was it raining? Did you go out in just a T shirt to find out if the
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On Thu, 29 Aug 2013 22:33:31 +0100, Sacha
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If you have been on a long journey and had been anticipating a Loo
relief with minutes of arrival sitting in a car with water cascading
over it for an indeterminate time can be far from enjoyable.

G.Harman


There's a terribly personal note of distress and pain in that particular post!


Fortunately not that often. When my work was mobile the main annoyance
was wishing to go to the Loo after a long journey while at the same
time wishing to hear the end of a feature on the radio. At least now
with the iPlayer that is an inconvenience that has been solved so one
may proceed into a convenience.
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On 2013-08-30 00:49:55 +0100, Dave Liquorice said:

On Thu, 29 Aug 2013 23:28:39 +0200, Martin wrote:

I have a feeling you are not telling us all, we have ways of
making you talk :-))

Yea yeah - we have a stand outside and get soaked, fetish! ;-)

Not dressed in shiny rubber?

Naw, just a T shirt.


Wet of course.


It's pouring with rain... and being the UK it won't be warm rain
either.


Dry T-shirts here!
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