Always carry your chain tool



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Just Zis Guy

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Always carry your chain tool in case you meet a Lithuanian au pair with a broken chain halfway up a
hill somewhere. Luckily I was following my own advice this morning and said Lithuanian is now
happily pedalling round Henley again.

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Simon Mason

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"Just zis Guy, you know?" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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> Always carry your chain tool in case you meet a Lithuanian au pair with a broken chain halfway up
> a hill somewhere. Luckily I was following my own advice this morning and said Lithuanian is now
> happily pedalling round Henley again.

Pack some plastic gloves as well. Simon
 
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Ouch

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> Pack some plastic gloves as well. Simon
>

But don't forget to leave the gloves at home when going out to meet girls. It can be a bit
embarassing when you reach for your wallet to bring out a pair of medical gloves.
 
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Dirtylitterboxo

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>Always carry your chain tool in case you meet a Lithuanian au pair with a broken chain halfway up a
>hill somewhere. Luckily I was following my own advice this morning and said Lithuanian is now
>happily pedalling round Henley again.

Oh good.

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Panda

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Just zis Guy, you know? wrote:
> Always carry your chain tool in case you meet a Lithuanian au pair with a broken chain halfway up
> a hill somewhere. Luckily I was following my own advice this morning and said Lithuanian is now
> happily pedalling round Henley again.

and did you get her phone number? in case she needs more help of course...

panda
 
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Drinky

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"Just zis Guy, you know?" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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> Always carry your chain tool in case you meet a Lithuanian au pair with a broken chain halfway up
> a hill somewhere. Luckily I was following my own advice this morning and said Lithuanian is now
> happily pedalling round Henley again.

By what means did she show her gratitude?
 
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Frank X

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"Simon Mason" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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> "Just zis Guy, you know?" <[email protected]> wrote in message
> news:[email protected]...
> > Always carry your chain tool in case you meet a Lithuanian au pair with
a
> > broken chain halfway up a hill somewhere. Luckily I was following my
own
> > advice this morning and said Lithuanian is now happily pedalling round Henley again.
>
> Pack some plastic gloves as well.

Yes, I don't think the dangers of handling Au Pair's without proper protection can be overstated.
 
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Simon Mason

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"Just zis Guy, you know?" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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> Always carry your chain tool in case you meet a Lithuanian au pair with a broken chain halfway up
> a hill somewhere. Luckily I was following my own advice this morning and said Lithuanian is now
> happily pedalling round Henley again.
>
> --
> Guy
> ===

Guy, I put up this bio to add to your urc regulars page. http://www.simonmason.karoo.net/guy.htm

BTW is this your homepage now? http://chapmancentral.demon.co.uk/

Simon
 
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Dave Kahn

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"Just zis Guy, you know?" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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> Always carry your chain tool in case you meet a Lithuanian au pair with a broken chain halfway up
> a hill somewhere. Luckily I was following my own advice this morning and said Lithuanian is now
> happily pedalling round Henley again.

Jammy swine!

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Dave...
 
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Just Zis Guy

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"Simon Mason" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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> "Just zis Guy, you know?" <[email protected]> wrote in message
> news:[email protected]...
> > Always carry your chain tool in case you meet a Lithuanian au pair with
a
> > broken chain halfway up a hill somewhere. Luckily I was following my
own
> > advice this morning and said Lithuanian is now happily pedalling round Henley again.

> Guy, I put up this bio to add to your urc regulars page. http://www.simonmason.karoo.net/guy.htm

Ta.

> BTW is this your homepage now? http://chapmancentral.demon.co.uk/

Sort of, in a temporarily sort of way. Slartibartfast (my web server) is in an unhappy state at the
moment due to my foolish tendency to act first and RTFM later, which should be sorted b y the end of
the weekend. Demon are supposed to be transferring chapmancentral.com to that address as well, but
they seem to be experiencing difficulties.

Guy
 
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Pete Biggs

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Simon Mason wrote:

>> Always carry your chain tool in case you meet a Lithuanian au pair with a broken chain halfway up
>> a hill somewhere. Luckily I was following my own advice this morning and said Lithuanian is now
>> happily pedalling round Henley again.
>
> Pack some plastic gloves as well.

Not if wearing socks. Smearing grease on socks is a traditional Lithuanian greeting as well as
standard cycle mechanics practice. Socks only, mind. Don't spoil her stockings.

~PB
 
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Tony W

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"Just zis Guy, you know?" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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> Always carry your chain tool in case you meet a Lithuanian au pair with a broken chain halfway up
> a hill somewhere. Luckily I was following my own advice this morning and said Lithuanian is now
> happily pedalling round Henley again.

As a chat up line it certainly has class. Trouble is, I doubt the hit rate (damsels with distressed
bike chains) is high.

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