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  1. Define "silly money"?I have done silly things for silly money in the past,but its got to be so silly its f***ing hilarious.
    9 points
  2. grass is never greener imo .....I chased money for yrs......I'm alot happier in myself,watching my children grow and home for 5 pm everyday,sometimes moneys tight but always get by 1 way or the other....depends on your pal,but to me personally as I get older I want the easy lifefamily time,hunting and fishing when i please....not being some f***ing robot working shifts
    9 points
  3. I don't think anyone can really answer the original question, it depends where you are in life. I know my answer would have changed from where I was at one time to where I am now!
    6 points
  4. You bred your bitch to a black dog because your access to a TOP CLASS WHITE STUD DOG was denied because your a cock
    6 points
  5. I don't go for these shows usually but someone sent me the link, gotta say it hit me straight in the feels....absolutely amazing!
    5 points
  6. Depends on the individual's financial situation, money can buy you lots of things but peace of mind and health won't be bought, and shifts and boredom will affect your health eventually. Your health is your wealth, which I have come to realise after the last few weeks,
    5 points
  7. Dogs before I take them river .far to hot even at teatime
    5 points
  8. They're all at it.Sitting up on their pedestals being all moralistic but none of them practice what the preach.
    5 points
  9. I told my kids if you cant earn a fortune,marry someone who can
    4 points
  10. I work to live a lot of people live to work i do 39 hours a week half 7 till 4 mon to thur and finish at 3 on a Friday i don’t get a bad wage mate i haven’t got a lot but what I’ve got is my own there’s more to life then work and money but each to there own as long has your happy that’s the main atb longers01
    4 points
  11. 2500! A month, geez a job del
    4 points
  12. Going to look at one some time today at bagnel and kerkwood in newcastle iv been taken aback since Si brown had his at how accurate they are and in the laminate stock how good they look now hears the question 177 or 22 iv been a 22 man since i was a kid but iv been a 177 man these last few years and if i do go for my fac i can up the rifle power and add it to my ticket so iv got a hankering for 22 again lol also got a vanguard porter aim coming today and a new 55" smart tv and im picking up a 5 ,,,6 rifle cabinet when i go down to Scarborough this w
    3 points
  13. That was a long winded load of self righteous bollox. FACT.
    3 points
  14. Retired now but was self employed most of my working life, but for about 8 years I work in a factory doing shifts on the production line and hated it. Then got on the maintenance team in the same factory, better but I hated the shifts. IMO shift work Fecks you up. Was never happier than when I was self employed. Cheers Arry
    3 points
  15. farage is the biggest ego trip there is. make him PM and he would shit himself.
    3 points
  16. Good mate all stock trainingredients good . But I wouldn't get any of my pups that close to cattle,as they can be unpredictable. Rather show theme close buto safety of a fence,and if I've ever in counted cattle norm they run at the dogs,I am lucky as both of my dogs pass off quick and keep well away.
    3 points
  17. As nobody has answered thought I would. Used to have about 500 pots on the Dart in Devon but have given them up now for a few reasons. Do you have muddy rivers or a estuary near you. Because collecting peeler crab is not that hard really, bit back breaking. All the pots are is bit of guttering or ridge tiles pushed into the mud about 45 Degrees open end back to the shore as far out near the channel as you can get. Even old car tyres that you might see on the river bank will hold them, or under the weed on the fore shore. Best way to test if its a peeler is hold the crab and put the last sectio
    3 points
  18. sound like max banging on about Sunderland fcFACT
    3 points
  19. Mrs has a bad back so been up all night. The jack daws around our house were aweful. It was like the Zulus at driftfield! They just kept on coming. The final straw came when one appeared with what looked like a day old pheasant chick in its beak, landed and from no where a magpie landed on the the Jackie's back and they had a good old scrap. Intensive Pro active observations from me eventually restored some peace. This involved me sticking my face out the window in a contorted fashion blowing raspberries at the scoundrels. I did consider mooning at them but got co
    3 points
  20. Watching that match tonight, I think that Mezit Ozil has had one. Cheers, D.
    2 points
  21. This is in an old ferret book by Val porter and Nicholas brownnothing stranger than Mother Nature
    2 points
  22. Fine thanks Jimmy, don't worry about cost or postage, just donate a couple of quid to cancer research or heart foundation or something similar. I'll let you know if I can still get them.
    2 points
  23. I told mine I look forward to a Range Rover Autobiography and Aston Martin DB11 for all the years I invested in them!
    2 points
  24. I tell my kids if they do what they love in life they will never work a day in it.
    2 points
  25. I worked nearly every day in a month loads of cash loads of holidays but ran myself into the ground quality of life and seeing your kids n wife is more precious than anything you cannit buy that time back
    2 points
  26. If they are attacking you can shoot them, no question. What you can't do is shoot them when they are half a mile from the nearest ewe. What we have to understand is that just because a bird is on a GL doesn't mean it's a pest and we can shoot it.We did that for years and we broke the law. Now you have to discourage if possible but at the point where a crow attack is happening or imminent then you can shoot it. Quite simple, a crow feeding on grass or perched up a tree in a wood isn't a threat. The same crow in a field of ewes and lambs is a threat. Shoot it.
    2 points
  27. Got to say mitch first time iv held one and i can see why you use yours so much the lad sayed it was pin point accurate he is bringing his in next week for me to look at he has the synthetic one im still getting the AA but you never know it may be my next rifle atvbjimmy
    2 points
  28. And we have let this breed and their religious beliefs into our country for years, and continually do so, will we ever learn? simple answer..............NO
    2 points
  29. 3rd world savages ......... Imagine all the shit that we don't get to hear about.
    2 points
  30. Fair play to him. Wasn't expecting that. That blonde judge could do with a shoulder to cry on too.
    2 points
  31. Never gonna happen......everyone’s too frightened of offending anyone......and I’m not just talking about MPs
    2 points
  32. Cheers pal , I will . The Mrs is starting to feel single . Interesting about your woodcock. You are right in your approach to them . If a gun wants to and it’s a sporting shot and he’s going to eat it , then it’s fine . Despite what the RSPB are saying, it’s my experience that the numbers are increasing. I also think that the numbers shot would have no impact on their overall population. A lot of shoots I think wrongly have a no woodcock rule . Maybe a bit of “virtue signaling “ or more likely they don’t want the gun to shoot a woodcock and miss out on a £45+ VAT pheasant. I’ve taken woodcoc
    2 points
  33. Im going to Tom iv had a hell of a bad time of late even more so these last few weeks and iv been humming and haring for ages about my fac what with my son and all the crap he put us through people saying you will not get your ticket because of him . only one way to find out and that is to put in for it yes or no is all they can say at the end of the day Tom and if they say no what have i lost ,,,time thats all and as for the holiday the wife will be walking like john wane but ill have a smile on my face atvbjimmy
    2 points
  34. Brits and their chippy's,this ones at the end of khao san road in Bangkok,i used to know a few in Hong Kong pre-97 and when I was working in spain I met a guy opening one to cater for the brits in Javier.
    2 points
  35. Terry I don't mean any offense matey but All this shite you hear about bullxs take with a pinch of salt they are one of the most loyal eager to please and trainable xs you could meet all crosses will have there faults some more than others but normally the bull x loves to graft and please it's owner how you mould that what's counts
    2 points
  36. You be careful, I always find the best way of getting fox/pigeon/any quarry, to appear is by checking phone..or getting flask out...or going for a wee!!!
    2 points
  37. Here goes, cos alot on here will disagree. But even in september, pup will still only be 12 months old? And that's still very young for any lurcher. Take your time S L O W L Y mate. Come the season, say september, just take him out when conditions are favorable, and just give him two or three runs a night. Build it up slowly and surely. Nice looking pup by the way
    2 points
  38. Anyone but that raghead ffs .
    2 points
  39. will not matter they all lie and none will deliver what we voted for
    2 points
  40. I might be wrong but I think everyone of the candidates at some stage voted for Theresa mays deal which shows they are spineless worms that will buckle under enough pressure. I would like to see Steve baker run as he held firm to his convictions and never voted on that pathetic deal ........
    2 points
  41. It’s been a great watch, and greater still is the fact that it debunks this myth that nuclear is “clean energy”.........once upon a lifetime ago I had a try at a proper job for a couple of years when I was a kid and worked with radiation. You obviously have to get taught all about it, the dangers, the effects, how it works etc etc........let me tell you, it’s terrible! Makes me laugh when you see all these eco warriors talking about “clean nuclear energy”.........it’s the most deadly thing on earth and it stays deadly for thousands and thousands of years.
    2 points
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