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Thread: Sheffield Courts - April '13

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    Quality, as always quality :-)

    Looks lovely so that does...... :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by UrbanX View Post
    Nice shots Sir!
    Pssssst... I'm a laydee ;) thank you, though!

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    Very nicely done!
    I really want to see this place, but doubt my ability at getting in sadly :(
    Thanks very much :)
    I couldn't get in the first time and was so annoyed, so this time, I was more determined than ever to get in and it paid off. I was so chuffed with myself because I didn't think I'd ever get inside.

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    Nice one Jimba...never seen anyone move so fast gettin in
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    good shots, i'll get mine up at some point :)

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    great report! still need to sort mine out and pop em on...

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    Some great shots there... mmmmm peely paint.

    Access is a litteral pain in the arse lol

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    Great Coverage there PrettyVaccant71 & Jimba.

    Wish Id have bumped into you prior to your exit as I could do with another visit in there. Was nice meeting you and Hi-jacking the rest of your day lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by shatners View Post
    Access is a litteral pain in the arse lol
    I've got a big bruise on my inner thigh from it!

    Quote Originally Posted by Mickelmas View Post
    Great Coverage there PrettyVaccant71 & Jimba.

    Wish Id have bumped into you prior to your exit as I could do with another visit in there. Was nice meeting you and Hi-jacking the rest of your day lol
    Thank you!
    I'd be tempted to go back again, I think. It was nice to meet you too and to have a little look around Sheffield!
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