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    side ways plowin

    nobody told me of this

    oh my god the craft has more ways of trying to kill me

    have i missed something.

    do i need a a pocket built in the craft to store my last will and testament.

    do i need to up my life insurance?

    is it too late to start knitting,

    sod this for a game of soldiers i am going morris dancing.


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    Of course it is also possible to do a backwards plough in but it does take more skill. You need to do a 180 degree twistle turn quick enough to be travelling over hump backwards then do something panicky like shutting the throttle.....

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    you'll be alright.... just lean into the corner and all will be well!



    Ian

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    backwards ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh

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    Quote Originally Posted by gazza
    side ways plowin

    nobody told me of this

    oh my god the craft has more ways of trying to kill me

    have i missed something.

    do i need a a pocket built in the craft to store my last will and testament.

    do i need to up my life insurance?

    is it too late to start knitting,

    sod this for a game of soldiers i am going morris dancing.



    http://www.pubmedcentral.nih.gov/art....fcgi?artid=14 78668

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    Quote Originally Posted by team black
    <table border="0" align="center" width="90%" cellpadding="3" cellspacing="1"><tr><td class="SmallText">gazza wrote on Mon, 16 February 2009 19&#58;27</td></tr><tr><td class="quote">
    side ways plowin

    nobody told me of this

    oh my god the craft has more ways of trying to kill me

    have i missed something.

    do i need a a pocket built in the craft to store my last will and testament.

    do i need to up my life insurance?

    is it too late to start knitting,

    sod this for a game of soldiers i am going morris dancing.



    http://www.pubmedcentral.nih.gov/art....fcgi?artid=14 78668
    </td></tr></table>





    i would have thought that suicide is a bigger threat - i mean imagine waking up one morning and suddenly realising......



    'i'm a Morris Dancer' or 'I'm a Norfolk Turkey'



    I imagine suicide would be the only realistic option.

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    ok so morris dancing is out.

    what about wrapping myself in cotton wool and staying in bed.

    being fed through a rubber tude(no sharpe edges)

    ha that will do nicely.

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    side ways plow in as i discovered the other day is scary stuff. frightened the hell out of me, my passenger nearly went over the side. couldent stop laughing for ages

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