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Caption Competition Mk III

Old 23rd Jan 2023, 11:11
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It's OK Miss Stinson, Croydon and Luton don't have airports yet...
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Old 23rd Jan 2023, 11:35
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Here's your bag of Ferrets, if you slip them down your trouser legs they will keep you warm.
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Old 23rd Jan 2023, 11:36
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Buster forgot his underpants, can you drop them off?
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Here's your sandwiches, Elk and Beaver butties, I heard you like a bit of Beaver.
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Here are the Calgary tax returns, I would suggest you drop them somewhere they will never be found.
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Old 23rd Jan 2023, 11:46
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Here is your survival kit in case you go down in the wilderness, you will need to sign for it, Pistol one, bullet one.
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Old 23rd Jan 2023, 12:34
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Remember if you do go down in the wilderness that both Polar Bears and the landscape are white....just watch for any yellow snow
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Mr Bowler-Hat: "...and when you have delivered these Miss Stinson, I have an aerial that needs servicing..."

Miss Stinson: "Ooh, you are awful! But I like you!"
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Old 23rd Jan 2023, 15:20
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Originally Posted by Kiltrash
Remember if you do go down in the wilderness that both Polar Bears and the landscape are white....just watch for any yellow snow


Polar Bears are actually black to absorb what there is of the sun's heat, their fur is actually hollow and clear / transparent
and acts as an insulator, but it refracts the light to give the appearance of white fur..

Here endeth the lesson
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Old 23rd Jan 2023, 16:57
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Originally Posted by NutLoose
Polar Bears are actually black to absorb what there is of the sun's heat, their fur is actually hollow and clear / transparent
and acts as an insulator, but it refracts the light to give the appearance of white fur..

Here endeth the lesson
Coaler bears?
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“Oh, and here’s the in-flight meal for your First Class passenger.”
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"And here's your bag of traffic citations from the constabulary. You really must learn to taxi your aeroplane with greater skill and concentration!", said the gentleman. He walked away muttering "Damnable women pilots!"

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Old 23rd Jan 2023, 21:47
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Is that all I'm carrying? My boyfriend's male bag is bigger.
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Old 23rd Jan 2023, 22:47
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Bowler hat: "Here's your lifetime supply of rations."
Flossie: "?? Pretty small bag..."
Bowler hat: " ........ummm......."
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McDonalds later desides it was just too much trouble to allow any mode of transport to use the Drive Through when the Manager had to have the very first ' Carry to Vehicle service....
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The very first FedEx delivery flight across the Pacific...Here's your package Ms. I think it's a Wilson Basketball....strange thing but a parcel is a parcel.
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Old 24th Jan 2023, 09:34
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“And when you get there, so that future expectations of standards don’t get too high, make sure you chuck it out over a neighbour’s hedge!”
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Old 24th Jan 2023, 09:35
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Ah Miss Stinson....I certainly didn't expect that! Bumpy trip down, was it? Lucky for you your flying helmet kept your hair out of the way!

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Man in Bowler hat: Miss Stinson that’s a big smile enjoy the trip?

Miss Stinson: No I think I’ve just found out why it called a Joyride, I’m just trying to get this stick thingy in the right place but it's a bit wobbly.

Man in Bowler hat: There all like that!
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