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    Default Caption Competition, Ends 31st Dec

    While I was going through some pictures for the main site I came across this one from Monkey_Pork. He did give me permission to use it, he just did not say how

    So it is clearly a picture in need of a caption. You are allowed to post one caption a day, no more. The competition will run till midnight on the 31st December 2005. The prize is two small dry bags. Just the right size for housing a first aid kit or for your car keys, phone and wallet.

    Anyone can enter, except me. So even Monkey _Pork can try. If I think of any I may post them but I cannot win for obvious reasons. The winner will be selected by my poor wife, who at this time does not know she has been volunteered for the job.

    So without further ado hear is the picture.


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    Here is my one to start you off

    "MK began to think that the tide was never going to come in"

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    International Maritime Flag Signals
    Flag Number 23: "My catamaran has broken in two, and I have run aground in the Blue Peter garden."
    Last edited by Doc; 14th-December-2005 at 08:39 PM.

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    "Just add water"

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    "This sail is rubbish, I don't think I am moving at all!"

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    You put you're left leg in ..............

    And shake it all about ........

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    ....and thish button, Mish Moneypenny, converts it into a hang-glider

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    MMMMMMM maybe it should have wheels on it??

    OK, who pinched the wheels???

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    The on board TV is not working!!

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    Now, where did I put that tide table ?

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    Default I can fly

    If I put another one on the bottom - I can fly

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    Examining the primitive native dugout, Carruthers realised the tribe were more advanced than previously thought.......

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    The deflector shield proved totally inadequate at repelling the Klingon on the starboard bow

    Cheers
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roving Rich
    The deflector shield proved totally inadequate at repelling the Klingon on the starboard bow

    Cheers
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    I hadn't thought of my outrage quite like that. (Seen here in it's usual orientation).

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    It was 'Outrage'ous to think that the old boy 'Scout' would be caught out by the Skegness Tsunami a second time. He was prepared !

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    BBC1 8pm Ground Force
    Charlie Dimmock faces a challenge as the team are asked to produce a very large water feature.

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    The crackers Gromit!
    We forgot the crackers!

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    Default Paddling Addiction

    Monkey Pork is gradually being weaned off his addiction.

    He might need a few shorter canoe trips just to make sure he doesn't have a relapse.

    Yours Mutineering Maggie

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    Rigging the sail had taken took so long, that a new land-bridge had formed and been populated by scrub, and early woodland. Herd's of migrating ruminants could be heard off in the distance eager to exloit this new land.

    (I think that the actual conversation that afternoon was almost exclusively, "Oh go on then, I'll have another cup of tea if you are making one").

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    Alas, the new sunshade had failed to prevent premature balding.

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    Default dry land

    Practising a dry land drill of the super fast foot turn

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doc
    BBC1 8pm Ground Force
    Charlie Dimmock faces a challenge as the team are asked to produce a very large water feature.
    And we have a winner.

    Doc you can PM me your address or I can bring the bags along on the 3rd / 4th.

    Now just need to think up the next competition and prize.

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    Protest

    He looks nothing like Charlie Dimmock??????

    And don't ask me how I can tell.

    MickT

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