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Old 02-06-2016, 06:58 PM   #11
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This reminds me of a conversation I had with my ten year old son who at the time didn't know any better.....he is nearly 38 now... We were in the car and he ( why I have no idea ) said ' gosh look at the tits on her)!!! In true mum fashion I turned round and said..loudly....... 'TITS, TITS.........they are Busoms......Tits are birds, you get blue tits, coal tits, long tailed tits, great tits.... Women have busoms!!!!!!'
I think that was a lesson learned.

Gordon, we get a lot of tits.....quite a few families of the more common blue tits, but more recently long tailed tits are coming to the feeders..... They can be a bit manic when they arrive x x x xhugs x x x
Yep - young boys do like to discuss the birds!
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Old 02-06-2016, 07:19 PM   #12
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I have a nice pair
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Old 02-06-2016, 07:45 PM   #13
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I have a nice pair
You can't say things like that without showing me
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Old 02-06-2016, 08:02 PM   #14
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You can't say things like that without showing me
I refer to my previous post!!! X x x hugs x x
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I refer to my previous post!!! X x x hugs x x
Im not like that I was hoping she was talking about feathered ones.
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Im not like that I was hoping she was talking about feathered ones.
Who do you think you're convincing?
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Who do you think you're convincing?
You lot have me all wrong just because I mention the word tits you all think I'm some sort of perv.
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You lot have me all wrong just because I mention the word tits you all think I'm some sort of perv.
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I think the Benny Hill theme tune could come in here....! We don't think that Gordo ! More a cheeky chappie...See you have me at it now !

I love those green woodpeckers (not cider honest). Our wildlife is amazing - like Secret World said G , you don't need to go to South Africa, it is all here !
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I think the Benny Hill theme tune could come in here....! We don't think that Gordo ! More a cheeky chappie...See you have me at it now !

I love those green woodpeckers (not cider honest). Our wildlife is amazing - like Secret World said G , you don't need to go to South Africa, it is all here !
Now I have a mental image of G with a Benny Hill hat on and his tongue sticking out the side of his mouth, running around in circles.
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