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Caption Competition Mk IV

Old 18th Jul 2023, 13:21
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Latest version of the F35 ready for deployment to HMS QE
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Old 18th Jul 2023, 15:09
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Itís a shame we had to redesign the wings just to deter tennis players, but needs must.
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Old 18th Jul 2023, 15:28
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Bitsa? It's a Pacer. We took a pacer this and pacer that...
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Old 18th Jul 2023, 16:15
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Voice from inside the plane.

Very funny folding the wings with me still in the plane but you have got to let me out......Guys.......GUYS !
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Putin commissioned a get away plane in case he had to escape from the Kremlin. Looks like most of the 100M Ruble budget wound up in the contractors pocket...
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“Your plane is now ready, Count Vlad.”

”… oh, and the highly recommended prop option is just 10,000 Rubles extra, sir.”
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During the remake of The Man With The Golden Gun, budget cuts were biting...
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Old 18th Jul 2023, 21:29
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Early testing of the Peregrine Mk2 dive bomber were showing promising results.
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Old 19th Jul 2023, 00:43
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If it can get up to the same speed as the delorean 88 mph, we can send the mechanic back to last Tuesday and he can check those bolts he pencil whipped before the next flight .
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Old 19th Jul 2023, 01:15
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Lockheed Martin de-specced the F-35 to fit within the UK's budget.
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Old 19th Jul 2023, 03:23
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You did it again didn't you Icarus?
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Old 20th Jul 2023, 10:57
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Well since RAF personel are now known as aviators they all need an aircraft each. It's called The Penguin". It's flightless but can still flap its wings.


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Old 20th Jul 2023, 15:27
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Looks like inspiration has dried up in the summer sun.

I had to look up Wallace, Rix an Schultz, all appropriate but no direct hits.

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Early testing of the Peregrine Mk2 dive bomber were showing promising results.
For me treadigraph did it again as he made a reference to the graffiti:
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The inaccuracies of the Keil Kraft Cessna Skymaster kit attracted some criticism...
The Coffman Starter Throphy will be delivered once 1 of the two props is installed and the wings have been untangled.
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Old 21st Jul 2023, 01:30
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Well done Treddi
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Old 21st Jul 2023, 09:14
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Cheers guys, long day out yesterday, sitting in a pub with coffee at mo, see what I can find on the phone...
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Old 21st Jul 2023, 09:21
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Ok, what are these two early-mid-next-weeks saying...?

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Old 21st Jul 2023, 09:30
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P: “Hold your stomach in more so I can get into the centre/center.”
L (thinks): “Hurry up and take the damn shot. Can’t hold my breath much longer…”
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Old 21st Jul 2023, 09:59
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Don't blame me -- you volunteered to take them.
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Old 21st Jul 2023, 10:18
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"When you said you were taking me to a performance of Wagner....I had assumed it would be opera?!"
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Two for tea?
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