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Rob G

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  1. and scruffy yobbos yelling
  2. weight LandRover with SAS
  3. shoe shopping again? Meanwhile
  4. pack of Bassett's Allsorts (is 'variety pack of allsorts' redundant, or a tautology, or what? Let me know.)
  5. of DOOOOOOOOOOOOO00OOOO (pause to draw breath) OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO00OOOM, just like
  6. this mortal coil, alas
  7. I have a similar unit (I imagine that they're all basically the same under the skin). It works well, certainly more effective than shaking and stirring. For paints that have a lot of pigment and have been sitting for a long time (old Humbrol and Tamiya metallics), I find that opening them up and giving them a hand stir to break up the pigment pellet at the bottom of the tin makes things a lot quicker. The new water based paints are a breeze. Good purchase, it should repay you many times over.
  8. from the mind's corners
  9. I half built one of these in the early 80s, from memory it went together well - it didn't get finished because I managed to squash the roof somehow, and didn't have the skill to fix it. There's aftermarket decals available for this kit, so don't stress if the ancient Mbox decals are gone. Also, while it's definitely a Porker 935, it's a kind of a Frankenstein's monster 935 - still, with a bit of work, it can be made to look quite respectable. Here's one from a BM member who's managed to tame the beast; well worth a look at the thread IMO, it will be my guiding light when I get around to doing the untouched kit that I have. And RFI here: https://www.britmodeller.com/forums/index.php?/topic/235056194-porsche-935-matchbox-132/ I look forward to seeing what you can do with this!
  10. has lost its flavour (now, you knew that was coming, didn't you?)
  11. wearing well worn lederhosen
  12. an experimental neo-noir
  13. the discotheques's dance floor (night fever, night fever, yeah...)
  14. - addition, division, subtraction, multiplication (oooh....)
  15. tough, puts some starch
  16. involving small, toothed whales
  17. can't be used underwater
  18. tasted delicious with tartare (Pete, that's a terrible name for a crab. On the other hand, I do know a crane driver named Derek.)
  19. with a bitter aftertaste
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