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Old 11-10-2014, 10:19   #91
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Re: Deep Fryer Installation

Happy, I was looking at the African Queen last week. They've put an outboard on a bracket on her stern! There should be a law against that.
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Old 12-10-2014, 10:38   #92
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Happy, I was looking at the African Queen last week. They've put an outboard on a bracket on her stern! There should be a law against that.
HOLY BLASPHEMIC TRAGEDY BATMAN!!!

I'm on my way down to you right this minute with the black outfits, balaclavas and the giant cable cutters... Can you check the moon phases???

I'm thinking done correctly... the offensive propulsion head should slip silently....

(ps... we almost were doing this with Greek pastry on our faces)
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Re: Deep Fryer Installation

I was so impressed with the fryer idea that I decided to utilise all the left overs as bio fuel.....
Seem to have hit a slight snafu......
working on it.......


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Re: Deep Fryer Installation

(ps... we almost were doing this with Greek pastry on our faces)
That's fine with me. I like baklava.

Weavis, left over French fries! What's the matter with you? As far as I'm concerned, there are never left over French fries.
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That's fine with me. I like baklava.

Weavis, left over French fries! What's the matter with you? As far as I'm concerned, there are never left over French fries.
I know..... a bunch of amateur eaters that day..... I did my best.
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I saw it all officer. It was two nut jobs wearing Baklava on their heads.

Don't you mean they were wearing balaclavas on their head.

No sir! It was Greek pastry. I told you they were nuts!
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I was so impressed with the fryer idea that I decided to utilise all the left overs as bio fuel.....
Seem to have hit a slight snafu......
working on it.......


Weavis,

You're supposed to eat the potatoes (aka chips) and put the leftover frying oil in the diesel tank.
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I saw it all officer. It was two nut jobs wearing Baklava on their heads.

Don't you mean they were wearing balaclavas on their head.

No sir! It was Greek pastry. I told you they were nuts!
That's what I was afraid of... Plus we'd likely get completely distracted from the task at hand.... I could eat a plate full.... On my top 3 sweets list...
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