Pugfest Morning Meet - 14th July 2013

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Re: Pugfest Morning Meet - 14th July 2013

Post by Sonia406 » Wed Jul 10, 2013 10:26 am

rwb wrote:European sausages: yum :D
It never ceases to amaze me what you can do with a pig.
I which I knew what everything is in the Polish aisle of the supermarket.


Are we doing window sheets for car details?
What would you want to know?
Isn't it easier just to ask? Plus, everyone likes being asked about their car!
I will be doing the window sheets for when we leave our cars to look around the paddock and to watch the hill climb. :)

rwb, I am planning to take Miss Pug to the ball, as it stands at the moment I have someone coming with me, I will let you know if these plans change - Thank you so much for the kind offer of bringing me to Pugfest, I REALLY appreciate it.
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Re: Pugfest Morning Meet - 14th July 2013

Post by Sonia406 » Wed Jul 10, 2013 10:30 am

Is there any burger vans there?

I'm a vegetarian :oops: and all this talk of you with your sausages :lol: .......... well :oops:
If theres a burger van there I'll just ask for some chips for myself - but fear not I shall bring some sausages for you guys :lol: From what I hear you like a good sausage :lol:
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Re: Pugfest Morning Meet - 14th July 2013

Post by rwb » Wed Jul 10, 2013 12:25 pm

There is a hut on site. It's burger and chips type stuff, and it looked like decent stuff. I wouldn't be surprised if they had veg stuff too.

That's a poor showing on the pig comment. Where's puggy when you need him? :P :lol:

Might have a pre-convoy from Newbury: GingerMagic, courgette from the coupe club, and me. Problem is whether I can keep ip with a 2.2 HDi and a V6 :oops:

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Re: Pugfest Morning Meet - 14th July 2013

Post by Sonia406 » Wed Jul 10, 2013 12:30 pm

rwb wrote:There is a hut on site. It's burger and chips type stuff, and it looked like decent stuff. I wouldn't be surprised if they had veg stuff too.

That's a poor showing on the pig comment. Where's puggy when you need him? :P :lol:

Might have a pre-convoy from Newbury: GingerMagic, courgette from the coupe club, and me. Problem is whether I can keep ip with a 2.2 HDi and a V6 :oops:
No problem :lol: Let me drive, they wouldn't get away from me :lol:

We left Mums last night at 10pm and by 10:15 I texted saying we were home already, she texted back saying I must of had my foot to the floor...... :oops:
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The rudeness, but yes - you can. Keep that foot planted, remember your apex lines and take them out!! :lol:
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Re: Pugfest Morning Meet - 14th July 2013

Post by rwb » Wed Jul 10, 2013 1:08 pm

What's on your piece of paper. This is what I thought of:

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Re: Pugfest Morning Meet - 14th July 2013

Post by puggy » Wed Jul 10, 2013 1:14 pm

That's a poor showing on the pig comment. Where's puggy when you need him?
Now then rwb , i've always wondered if vegetarian women give blow jobs , seeing as they dont eat meat :twisted:
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Re: Pugfest Morning Meet - 14th July 2013

Post by lozz » Wed Jul 10, 2013 1:33 pm

:lol:

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Re: Pugfest Morning Meet - 14th July 2013

Post by Sonia406 » Wed Jul 10, 2013 2:30 pm

rwb wrote:What's on your piece of paper. This is what I thought of:

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That just sounds like you were manufactured in March 2002 :P

puggy wrote:
That's a poor showing on the pig comment. Where's puggy when you need him?
Now then rwb , i've always wondered if vegetarian women give blow jobs , seeing as they dont eat meat :twisted:
I should've know that was cumming :lol:
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Re: Pugfest Morning Meet - 14th July 2013

Post by scotty73 » Wed Jul 10, 2013 2:53 pm

puggy wrote:
That's a poor showing on the pig comment. Where's puggy when you need him?
Now then rwb , i've always wondered if vegetarian women give blow jobs , seeing as they dont eat meat :twisted:
Was talking to my neighbours last night and the girl said (I eat a lot of quorn i can't stand the thought of meat in my mouth)

To which i looked at her boyfriend and said "Poor bastard"..... It took her a minute then she started blushing. :lol:

Saw her in the garden this morning and she was still quite sheepish. :cheesy:
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Re: Pugfest Morning Meet - 14th July 2013

Post by Sonia406 » Wed Jul 10, 2013 3:29 pm

scotty73 wrote:
puggy wrote:
That's a poor showing on the pig comment. Where's puggy when you need him?
Now then rwb , i've always wondered if vegetarian women give blow jobs , seeing as they dont eat meat :twisted:
Was talking to my neighbours last night and the girl said (I eat a lot of quorn i can't stand the thought of meat in my mouth)

To which i looked at her boyfriend and said "Poor bastard"..... It took her a minute then she started blushing. :lol:

Saw her in the garden this morning and she was still quite sheepish. :cheesy:

:roll: You guys ....... you're all as bad as Puggy :lol:
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Re: Pugfest Morning Meet - 14th July 2013

Post by puggy » Wed Jul 10, 2013 6:01 pm

scotty73 wrote:
puggy wrote:
That's a poor showing on the pig comment. Where's puggy when you need him?
Now then rwb , i've always wondered if vegetarian women give blow jobs , seeing as they dont eat meat :twisted:
Was talking to my neighbours last night and the girl said (I eat a lot of quorn i can't stand the thought of meat in my mouth)

To which i looked at her boyfriend and said "Poor bastard"..... It took her a minute then she started blushing. :lol:

Saw her in the garden this morning and she was still quite sheepish. :cheesy:
Classic scotty :P i wonder if you came in their mouth they would think of it as meat juices or milk of the cow :roll:
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Re: Pugfest Morning Meet - 14th July 2013

Post by rwb » Wed Jul 10, 2013 6:58 pm

:lol: :lol:
I see that normal service has now been resumed :cheesy:

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Re: Pugfest Morning Meet - 14th July 2013

Post by scotty73 » Wed Jul 10, 2013 7:35 pm

puggy wrote:
Classic scotty :P i wonder if you came in their mouth they would think of it as meat juices or milk of the cow :roll:
Maybe we can sell it has "quorn syrup" :wink:

Sound appealing Sonia?
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Re: Pugfest Morning Meet - 14th July 2013

Post by puggy » Wed Jul 10, 2013 8:15 pm

:arrowu: :arrowu: :arrowu: :cheesy: :cheesy: :cheesy: :cheesy:
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Re: Pugfest Morning Meet - 14th July 2013

Post by Doggy » Wed Jul 10, 2013 9:34 pm

Double entendre doggy wrote:This is getting out of hand people - I daren't ask who's coming any more. :roll:
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