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  1. 400SPYDER

    400SPYDER F1 Rookie

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  2. stevep

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    must be a custom paint job as that would have left the factory as red
     
  3. 512Tea Are

    512Tea Are F1 Rookie

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    Dear Comrade 400 Spyder M8,

    Thank you for this munificently magnanimous gester. I have examined the Ferrari Tractor and E-mailed the seller. I am hopeful that whomsoever should acquire this wonder machine will contact me regarding a dual at Elvetham. The misbegotten design, whilst good, is not within the same sphere as my Wonder Tractor which has already been displayed upon this Forum whence deployed against the 512 Tea Are P100 Wonder Truck. And which was very regrettably outbraked by the aforementioned Tractor when driven by my gardener, and which had been unfairly enhanced by the efficacy of a full blown air braking system - all of which was glossed over by the scrutineer.
     
  4. 400SPYDER

    400SPYDER F1 Rookie

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    You are most welcome - one has to wonder if this aggrandized break from this hallowed forum has been good for you though - spelling seems to be somewhat below your normal irreproachable standards!

    LOL Kevan
    :) See you down the road - with huge grins on both our faces :)
     
  5. 512Tea Are

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    Dear Comrade 400 Spyder,

    I know. But I would like the infidels to feel superior - hence my gesture of gester to them! The boy Wonder - Noony, will immediately be upon the case as soon as he arrives home from school and I shall be lambasted by all and sundry . . . . . Watch this space! I may well have to return to Monte Carlo with head held down in shame.

    However, I have just swum one half of one mile. I doubt that any other Ferrari Chatters have performed such a magnificient piscinian achievement this morning - I shall be able to swim to Monte Carlo afore long.

    With kind regards,

    512 Tea Are - Tear Arse
     
  6. stevep

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    ah so we are the athletes, i did 50 mins on the cross trainer at 7:30am this morning
     
  7. noony

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    Don't worry son, a few grammatical errors are permitted.
     
  8. 512Tea Are

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    Dear Comrade Precocious Talent of All Things Ferrari,

    You are still under the socialist regime of education, and poor that it may be, due to the waste which Blair and his infidel associates havs profligately lavished upon the asylum seekers and god knows who else. But, it was a spelling mistake which was spotted by Big Tex. I regret to inform you that this does not come under the category of grammatical error. Furthermore, you must 'pull your socks up' and stop all this abbreviation nonsense. Also, grammatical or spelling errors are not allowed. This may have been the case in my absence but it is no longer so. Apart from that you aren't doing too badly.

    With kind regards,

    512 Tea Are - Tear Arse
     
  9. noony

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    Grammatical covers all English writing errors dunnit m8?

    I am getting a very good education at a rather old fashioned grammar school-did you attend such an institution?
     
  10. 512Tea Are

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    No, I did not attend a Grammar School and that in part, is why I am pleased to inform you that your first assumption is technically incorrect. Indeed, I elected not to use the word 'assumptive' as perhaps you wish to establish its meaning for today's homework.

    With kind regards,

    512 Tea Are - Tear Arse
     
  11. noony

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    I choose not to do homework.
     
  12. stevep

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    proper rebel you'll be starting a rock n roll band next
     
  13. 512Tea Are

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    Dear Comrade Precocious Expert On All Matters Appertaining To Ferrari,

    You state that you 'choose not to do homework.' You do not actually have a choice in the matter if it is your ambition to one day own a Ferrari. Whilst it is not imperative to Ferrari ownership, homework will put you at the forefront of your peers and will certainly ultimately place you in a position of 'choice.' At the moment you may well 'choose' not to do so. However, in making this choice, you are restricting the eventual availability of choice open to you. Get on the case this very instant Noony - and make Ferrari ownership evermore close by sticking at the homework and getting better than every single one of your class-mates. All these boys on here with Ferrari's have them because in some way, shape or form they have gone the extra mile and, due to extreme tenacity have achieved their objective and generally are likely to be better than their peers in whatever field of endeavour they have chosen. Get to it right now - be the best.

    With kind regards,

    512 Tea Are - Tear Arse
     
  14. noony

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    Do you really need to do chemistry homework to be an entrepreuner?(sp.). I do my economics homework at least.

    Thanks for the advice.
     
  15. tomw

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    A well rounded education never hurt anybody.
     
  16. stevep

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    here here
     
  17. 512Tea Are

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    Dear Comrade precociously omnipotent exponent of all matters Ferrari - Noony,

    Not advice - mere comment. And yes, you must learn everything possible while the opportunity is available to you and whilst your parents are supporting your every breath. In life, you never know what will be the most useful, so you must learn everything possible and thus be positioned to make the very best choice when such choices are made available to you. Keep at it. All the time. Never give up. Never give in. . . . . . Success only comes before work in the Oxford Concise Dictionary. Get back to the homework - we did ours years ago which is why we now have possession of the Dream Machine's. Get back to the chemistry - be the best in the class!

    With kind regards,

    512 Tea Are - Tear Arse
     
  18. noony

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    Ok I have done my chemistry and even my religion homework. Am I crazy or what?
     
  19. 512Tea Are

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    Dear Comrade Precocious Talent and Omnipotent Exponent of all matters Ferrari,

    Definitely not. You will need all these things - particularly religion when you religiously polish your Ferrari when it arrives!

    Are you sure you have done the homework properly? Have you checked it twice to establish and underpin your unassailable position at the very top of the class?

    With kind regards,

    512 Tea Are - Tear Arse
     
  20. 400SPYDER

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    At the risk of completely offending you Graham I would like to paraphrase our illustrious colleagues from over the pond - and hopefully Noony(thank God its not Rooney!!) may well understand the vernacular- Graham You Da Man !!!

    All I can add Noony is I wish my step-son was interested enough to ‘listen and learn’ !

    Here endeth the lesson!!!!

    Cheers Kevan
    :) See you down the road - in your own Ferrari with huge grins on all our faces :)
     
  21. 512Tea Are

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    Dear Comrade 400 Spyder,

    I know!

    With kind regards,

    512 Tea Are - Tear Arse
     
  22. stevep

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    tea are you could give english lessons in your own thread
     
  23. 512Tea Are

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    Dear Comrade and Fraternal Brother Stevep,

    Perhaps I shall venture into 'Thread'needle Street and duff up the Lawyers whom are ever omnipresent like vultures at the tabernacle of goodness; picking over its bones like malevolently oleageous icons of chancellery, gorging themselves upon the blood of the just in the manner of a parasitic tick upon the back of a dog.

    Wth kind regards,

    512 tea Are - Tear Arse
     
  24. stevep

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    couldnt of said it better myself to the brethren
     

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