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You've probably all heard it as it was on Radio Derby (I may not have got the quote quite right).

A Yorkshire man just bought a new top of the range wide screen HD TV to watch the play off final. It wasn't until he opened the box that he realised there's no Leeds in it.

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I went to the cinema the other night and tried to pay for a pick and mix with a fifty pound note. They wouldn’t except it so I ended up paying 2x £20 + £10

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I was at work the other day - stacking packets of washing powder in the aisle, when a girl I once went out with came up to me and punched me square in the face...

"What was that for??" I asked

"You lied to me and told me you were a stunt pilot!"

"No - I said I was part of an Ariel display team"

 

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On 13/06/2019 at 10:47, StivePesley said:

I was at work the other day - stacking packets of washing powder in the aisle, when a girl I once went out with came up to me and punched me square in the face...

"What was that for??" I asked

"You lied to me and told me you were a stunt pilot!"

"No - I said I was part of an Ariel display team"

 

This resonates with me.

When I was in the RAF. We landed in Edinburgh for a night stop.

In a bar later that evening, the captain was chatting to a couple of girls when one asked what he did for a living.

I am a Pilot he said, just before she sparked him out and said 'Like I have never heard that one before'

 

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