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Re: Two forum members in one magazine!

Postby Stefan » 05 Dec 2015 21:54

What on earth does one use a spade for? :think:
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Re: Two forum members in one magazine!

Postby Jorrie » 06 Dec 2015 07:49

Stefan, kry maar vir jou 'n kort (hout) steel skop graaf met 'n skerp punt (+/- R100). Moet net nie R1000 betaal vir een nie. Jy gaan 'n graaf weldrae nodig kry en dit is lastig as jy dan nie een byderhand het nie. 100e gebruike. Handig in sand, pad bou, in en om die kamp, om kole te skuif, etc. Ek gaan nêrens sonder myne nie.
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Re: Two forum members in one magazine!

Postby Peter Connan » 06 Dec 2015 08:11

Stefan, the primary use of a spade is to bury the evidence.

The secondary use is scratching around in the fire.

For owners of Toyota or Rover products, it may have several other uses, but I am speaking only from rumour now.
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Re: Two forum members in one magazine!

Postby ricster » 07 Dec 2015 08:32

hahaha.... my lips are sealed...

They delivered the spade to my office..... very friggin nice spade I must say !! Very robust and solid !!!
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Re: Two forum members in one magazine!

Postby Alex Roux » 07 Dec 2015 09:08

ricster wrote:hahaha.... my lips are sealed...

They delivered the spade to my office..... very friggin nice spade I must say !! Very robust and solid !!!



Pictures please
Jorrie says R100 is enough, so I would like to see what a R1,000 bucks spade looks like! :woo:
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Re: Two forum members in one magazine!

Postby ricster » 07 Dec 2015 09:24

Will take pics tonight !!
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Re: Two forum members in one magazine!

Postby EvanNaude » 19 Jan 2016 16:23

I'd agree that a R100 spade could do the same thing as a R1000 one, but I put it to you (hehe) that a R0 spade is even better than a R100 one.

That's my way of saying that I am looking for Oops! submissions once again and we have more Opposite Lock spades to give away. Cedric send me a pic and a short description at a grand total of R0 cost to him and he now has a R1000 spade. Easy days.

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Re: Two forum members in one magazine!

Postby Tinus lotz » 19 Jan 2016 16:28

Fanus......ek het jou graaf gesien.....dit was nie mooi nie......stuur prentjies ou :rolling: WWW
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Re: Two forum members in one magazine!

Postby SJC » 19 Jan 2016 17:56

soek jy prentjie van my graaf..? :think: Of sê ek kort 'n nuwe graaf.. :lol:
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Re: Two forum members in one magazine!

Postby Tinus lotz » 19 Jan 2016 18:24

SJC wrote:soek jy prentjie van my graaf..? :think: Of sê ek kort 'n nuwe graaf.. :lol:

Nee stuur jou tydelik vertoef prentjie en wen n regte graaf vir volgende trip.....
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