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Re: High Peak Noggin Night

Post by Corky » Mon Apr 04, 2011 4:10 pm

ScimmyMike wrote:Wondered how long it'd take before the banter started, you disappointed me, took you 4 hours!
Unless I can work a carb miracle tonight I'll be reggie bound sadly, unlike matt I can't call on several variants of scim
YET!
It just so happened Matt's post crossed with my lunch break......

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Re: High Peak Noggin Night

Post by ScimitarMatt » Mon Apr 04, 2011 4:16 pm

Suncream or sowester, however do you decide? ;)

Tee hee, see you there


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Re: High Peak Noggin Night

Post by Corky » Wed Apr 06, 2011 7:55 am

Niether was needed ...... !

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Re: High Peak Noggin Night

Post by ScimmyMike » Wed Apr 06, 2011 8:34 am

We had a great noggin last night, thanks to all those who made it, I think we had 5 scimitars in the carpark with 16 people present at the meet, sadly speedy555 couldn't make it due to his current car issues, hope to see you there mnext month Dave, & hope you resolve the problem.
Landlord Nick kept shutting the door on us, said the petrol fumes were disturbing the natives!
Had visitors this month as well in the shape of our former noggin secretary Alan, with Frank from the northeast (I assume their passports were stamped at the Pennines) and their lovely ladies, great to see you all.
Steve's GTC looked amazing as well, nice to arrive and see the 3 variants lined up.
Cheers.
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Re: High Peak Noggin Night

Post by ScimitarMatt » Wed Apr 06, 2011 8:43 am

A very good night indeed, that picture may well be pinched Steve for use on a certain noggins website ;)

My mate John thoroughly enjoyed himself as you may have noticed by the howls of laughter from our corner, no wonder Nick kept shutting us in so his regulars could hear the football

Well done to Mike too for getting us a superb list of scimmy days out, fingers crossed there's a good turn out for them

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