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Thread: T.G. Green Pottery, Swadlincote Feb '13

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    Hope the peeps in question are okay.

    Last edited by Lucky Pants; 3rd Mar 13 at 22:44.
    Looking beyond the pictures. :p


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    Quote Originally Posted by perjury saint View Post
    Didnt realise they trashed their photos!!! Would have been a VERY different outcome if theyd have tried it on me!! I heard the scrapman hit the one guy in the face with a shovel!!! F**kin idiot!!! I went back the following friday and there were 4 or 5 'scrapmen' on site!! Made for quite a tense mooch!! :)
    I bet ! that would smart ouch :(
    Looking beyond the pictures. :p


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