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If you take more than you need, you will starve your children; aboriginal saying I heard somewhere (or words to that effect)

 

Old Lancashire saying;

If your are not in by t'time street lamps come on, thy locked out with a belt; my mum circa 1986 :laugh:

ha ha ha if your not back for t it's going in the dog😂Hang on the dogs out with me 😂
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On old pasture land rabbits can be more susceptible to developing worm cysts .

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Remember this old canary the old blokes in the used to say a fox de fleas itself by putting a stick in its mouth them walk backwards into water the fleas go on the stick and the fox drops the stick 😂 What lady bird book did that come out of

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The best old saying I like is if it's not broke don't fix it....

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If you stuck your arse out the window, could you go outside and push it back in?

Whilst lifting yourself off the ground with feet in buckets

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Game of thrones quote " he's a c**t alright, and there's no cure for that " never heard it before pmsl.

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The egg came first, Just before a chicken had evolved enough to be identified as a chicken, it would have been some other sort of bird that laid eggs. Therefore the first chicken hatched from an egg.

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The egg came first, Just before a chicken had evolved enough to be identified as a chicken, it would have been some other sort of bird that laid eggs. Therefore the first chicken hatched from an egg.

is that your final answer

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Are bears Catholics and does the pope shit in the woods ?

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