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Re: Free lid

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Homer Simpson wrote: Sat Sep 09, 2023 10:10 pm My club is so refined and gentlemanly, no member would dream of leaving litter, so such bans are unnecessary :Hat:
Are you insinuating I'm some kind of pleb :club:
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Re: Free lid

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Jeremy Croxall wrote: Sun Sep 10, 2023 5:30 pm
Homer Simpson wrote: Sat Sep 09, 2023 10:10 pm My club is so refined and gentlemanly, no member would dream of leaving litter, so such bans are unnecessary :Hat:
Are you insinuating I'm some kind of pleb :club:
There are some rough types in Derbyshire :Hahaha:
I always make sure the car doors are locked when I drive through Matlock.

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Re: Free lid

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Good, because we wouldn't want you getting out.
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Jeremy Croxall wrote: Sun Sep 10, 2023 6:48 pm Good, because we wouldn't want you getting out.
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Re: Free lid

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Yet another stupid pointless topic, causing friction between members!

It is not a free lid, it came with the coco, which you paid for!

I may as well say, free bait box, from the tub of butter I bought, really not worth a conversation.

What is happening to this forum?

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Re: Free lid

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Maybe repurposed lid would be better.
I don’t think there was any friction, certainly on my part it was good humoured joshing.

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Nowt like a bit of good humoured banter chaps… I very much enjoyed the exchange between yourself and Jeremy, made me laugh…. :Hat:
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Re: Free lid

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Should we put the tin lid on it?
Malcolm

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Re: Free lid

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Before we close the post. Jam jar type lids can be very useful for capping off plastic tubes when sending rods. Some are around 70mm and fit rainwater down pipe perfectly. Much better than cardboard discs.

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