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Putting on your album when you go into shops must be like comedians having their catchphases shouted at them in the street... Meant to be a compliment but a bit embarassing....

Surprised you don't drive Mr H.... Is it coz the buses are so good in Sheffield? :wink:

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driving in sheffield is a friggin' nightmare.


well apparently - i dont drive either. taxis or trams will get me anywhere i wanna go. ie. to the pub and back.

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Is it coz the buses are so good in Sheffield? :wink:


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actually they are all reight.

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Dave Woodcock wrote:
driving in sheffield is a friggin' nightmare.


well apparently - i dont drive either. taxis or trams will get me anywhere i wanna go. ie. to the pub and back.


the very same here. who needs a car in city livin' anyway?

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.....................and drink and driving dont go together me thinks.................so taxi and trams are a gpod way to go.......... :)


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Driving in Sheffield :roll: :roll: we drove round and round trying to get out of the city the morning after the O8 Our Kids gig in March. Did a grand tour of the suburbs before eventually finding the road we needed to get to the M1 :oops:

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i walk a lot actually i would be dead in a day or so if i was allowed near a fuckin car

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i walk a lot actually i would be dead in a day or so if i was allowed near a fuckin car


Toyota have just unveiled their new model which would be right up your street.

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CraigA wrote:
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i walk a lot actually i would be dead in a day or so if i was allowed near a fuckin car


Toyota have just unveiled their new model which would be right up your street.

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the clown took it back to the dealers coz the doors won't fall off :roll:


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i couldn't see any of these so i left
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OMG that's my car in back of that stunning convertible! well not MY car but I drive the same one!

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Jill A wrote:
Driving in Sheffield :roll: :roll: we drove round and round trying to get out of the city the morning after the O8 Our Kids gig in March. Did a grand tour of the suburbs before eventually finding the road we needed to get to the M1 :oops:


That's exactly what happened to me when I tried to leave Sheffield once! You can get in OK, but then you just keep going round in circles! :? Must be a conspiracy.

I wouldn't like to be without the car. Try to convince your wife Richard, that you really need a Classic! Anything before 1975 (I think) And the tax is free. Or maybe one of these...Image

Sorry, getting carried away again :*: :alien:

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I wouldn't like to be without the car. Try to convince your wife Richard, that you really need a Classic! Anything before 1975 (I think) And the tax is free. Or maybe one of these...Image

Sorry, getting carried away again :*: :alien:


OMG a canned ham attached to a bike! I've never seen that!!!

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My dad had one of those in the 60s. It was all right when Mum rode pillion and I got the front seat to myself, but if Mum was riding in the sidecar my sister and I used to be squashed into the back seat. :evil:


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Gratuitous motorbike and sidecar pic #2
This is my great grandparents posing with my grandad's bike....contrary to appearances they hadn't just run over the bloke lying on the ground (probably one of their 9 sons)
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