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Helga Geerhart
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:rofl: not seen that before :good:


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Posted : 07/07/2009 10:08 pm




che
 che
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dude be quite about our nerd days :roll: jhon you are more than wecome to join the yorkies and notts/scots anytime. you were valued member of the squad. mostly because you put up with me in charge :rofl: .if it makes you feel any better its normaly carls job :good:

theres nowt so Permanent as temporary




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Posted : 07/07/2009 11:59 pm




(@old-un)
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Yorks ......East /West is Best , north is Moor ???....I dunno . :rofl:

Feel sorry for South Yorkshire coz you're very nice people but nearly in Derbyshire , and your beer is more expensive than mine with being nearer to the M25 LONDON place.

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Topic starter Posted : 08/07/2009 7:25 am




Peppered
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sorry peppered, it was me who shot you in the helmet , i did get one in the spine as i legged it down the track :shock:

Mate it was mint, my favourite moment of the day! (although there were another few contenders!)

Peter Rabbit - Tank Killer
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Posted : 08/07/2009 8:46 am




HeadShot
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Personally I thought it was absoutely first class. Got off to a great start with the setting up of comms & defensive positions etc. Perversely I actually enjoyed filling sandbags with Fandanglos (cheers mate :good:) in the heat & really think that this type of thing adds a lot to the whole experience rather than just getting straight into an all out airsoft battle...... For a moment there I really was Schutze Johann Meyer newly deployed to France..... :wink:

I think I fired less than 100 rounds from the K98 all day but the way it seemed to be planned made it all the better for it. Personally I'd like to see CiA events go more down this line. For me they're not about airsoft battles anymore but the whole experience & the feel that you're "living it" as much as possible rather than just taking part in a days airsoft.

John. :)

Funny thing is, our very first game, Battle of the Bulge, started with the Americans filling sand bags for the first 30 minutes!!



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Posted : 08/07/2009 8:47 am




 Yith
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And Autumn Mist had the Brits filling them for what seemed even longer as I think the Germans were lost.

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Posted : 08/07/2009 9:00 am




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Feel sorry for South Yorkshire coz you're very nice people but nearly in Derbyshire.....

Mind you, in Holmfirth aren't you a bit too close to the hillbillies in Lancashire for comfort (sorry Porta & Tiny)..... :wink: :lol:

Now fair play to those who valiantly watch the border. :wink:

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Posted : 08/07/2009 3:59 pm




(@scaleyback)
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yes, if it wasnt for us in sheffield, you lot might be eating jellied eels and drinking john courages bitter already......

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Posted : 08/07/2009 4:05 pm




(@old-un)
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Yeah , we're manning the edge of Snake pass to ensure Mans*um doesn't invade !

Don't know why I get so boverred about it , I was born in Devon :oops:

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Topic starter Posted : 08/07/2009 4:07 pm




(@scaleyback)
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:rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: thats ok guy, anyone can become a yorkshire affiliate( except pearly kings of course)

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Posted : 08/07/2009 4:09 pm




(@scaleyback)
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its bad enough that folk from derbyshire sneak over to work here........ :rofl:
( i am literally right on the border, less than 100 yards to a farm thats in derbyshire. i have to be constantly vigilant .)

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Posted : 08/07/2009 5:40 pm




JD7
 JD7
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:rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: thats ok guy, anyone can become a yorkshire affiliate

My stepfather is from Yorkshire and I get added Yorkshire via osmosis, em well tea :rofl:

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Posted : 08/07/2009 5:46 pm




(@scaleyback)
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yorkshire and scotland have a lot in common del.

do you know the definition of a true yorkshireman?

a scotsman with his sense of generosity kicked out of him. :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:

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Posted : 08/07/2009 5:53 pm




JD7
 JD7
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Yup, I knew it was true !!!!!!!!!!!! :rofl:

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Posted : 08/07/2009 6:11 pm




che
 che
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i short arms deep pockets :rofl:

theres nowt so Permanent as temporary




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Posted : 08/07/2009 6:32 pm




lipton
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Cracking weekend everybody, 3 days on and my thighs are still not up to full speed.
thanks to all for making my life full of bright and vibrant images once again. Roll on the next. :good:





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Posted : 08/07/2009 7:08 pm




webby
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Yeah , we're manning the edge of Snake pass to ensure Mans*um doesn't invade !

when you're on snake pass, we'll come Via the Honley road! Better get to the ramparts Guy! hehe :)

I love Yorkshire Gold tea, its the only tea that brews strong enough for me!

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Posted : 09/07/2009 7:49 am




PD
 PD
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Thez non on yer ez ken call yersenz Yoksha' save me en Tyreal sithi!

If that wunt bo'n int' Peypels Socialist Republic er Baaaaaaaansli Then the norrerreight Yokshaman!

Sithi........... :rofl:

Long Live't' King Arther!




LOOK! I ham now four meggle man!
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Posted : 09/07/2009 10:16 am




(@old-un)
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Cue jokes about Barnsley having the lowest rate of 'out migration' in the UK ......coz no one else understands or wants 'em :rofl:

Is it still the "Italianate city of the North" ? :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: and is that coz it has the highest number of pizza delivery firms per square mile ?

I can keep this up for a while you know Paul ...

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Topic starter Posted : 09/07/2009 10:18 am




(@wladek)
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Thez non on yer ez ken call yersenz Yoksha' save me en Tyreal sithi!

If that wunt bo'n int' Peypels Socialist Republic er Baaaaaaaansli Then the norrerreight Yokshaman!

Sithi........... :rofl:

Long Live't' King Arther!

I was born in Barnsley, and I think my accent is testament to such heritige. Though I was 18 before I realised what I was meant to do when asked to put wood in t'ole. :roll:

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Posted : 09/07/2009 10:21 am




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