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Discuss Hello in Welcome on Rear Party; My 'name' says it all-an RE daughter, who is married to a civvie. No kids, but a big soppy Scottish Deerhound called Fleur. I have such great childhood memories of wooden MFO boxes, ghastly painted ...
  
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    Hello

    My 'name' says it all-an RE daughter, who is married to a civvie. No kids, but a big soppy Scottish Deerhound called Fleur. I have such great childhood memories of wooden MFO boxes, ghastly painted MQs and 'playing' in the lifts in HK.
    Have been known to use phrases like 'screw the nut'.

    Just got round to register, have been reading some of the posts and enjoying the banter. I look forward to joining in too (also like pink wine v v much...)
    p.s. sorry to all of the ex 'boy' soldiers which my sister and I caused so much grief to when they were our babysitters!!

    Hello all

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    Re: Hello

    Hello and welcome to RP, pull up a chair open a bottle of that (horrid) pink wine and get posting!

    Sluice

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    Re: Hello

    Quote Originally Posted by sluice_dweller
    Hello and welcome to RP, pull up a chair open a bottle of that (horrid) pink wine and get posting!

    Sluice
    Horrid pink wine?

    Pink wine rocks, people whp shove dogs towrads hot surfaces dont! And I will kill those who hurt my baby if it happens again!

    In the mean time pink wine or vodka solves all ills
    “It's not worth doing something unless someone, somewhere, would much rather you weren't doing it.”
    Terry Pratchett

    Doesn't believe in rose coloured glasses but things do look better at the bottom of a glass of Rosé.

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