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 Posted: Wed Feb 16th, 2011 01:57 am
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Yes Tim the Padre can pack the emergency exorcism kit MkI away again, false alarm back to the layout.
And I'm glad, Wogga! Bit rusty, you see. Haven't done that ceremony since Henryparrot asked me to exorcise his pasty fridge. (Now that was scary...)



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Do you have an exorcise bike, Tim?



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Hi max, i live in an old police house and it has 3 resident ghosts!, i got used to em now, so have my kids!  lol..
My eldest sons bedroom used to be the holding cell, he thinks its great when his stuff has moved or books fly at him! :hmm

and i Do have alot of stuff go missing!, i bought peco inspection pits 4 times!, keep everything next to my chair in living room now  lol. :mutley

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ddolfelin wrote: Do you have an exorcise bike, Tim?
Yes, and the wheels have spooks.



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 Posted: Wed Feb 16th, 2011 06:09 pm
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rector wrote: ddolfelin wrote: Do you have an exorcise bike, Tim?
Yes, and the wheels have spooks.


 sorry just reading this thread and got to here and i cracked up with Tims answer.

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:oops:   Found it !!

Wendy thought the train room could do with a freshen up, so she installed a battery operated timed air freshener unit under the layout, back near the wall.

I was working my way back along the power chain to the main wall outlet, when I found it.  :brickwall

It makes exactly the same sound as a Tortoise motor getting a pulse of power.  :shock:

They mean well, don't they.  :cool wink

I guess I'd better start putting the layout back together.  :mutley


 o h to have seen your face when it started and when you found the culprit.

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I couldn't cope with that, Derbs. :shock:

My face did look bovvered, Phil.  ;-)



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ddolfelin wrote: Do you have an exorcise bike, Tim?
Yes, and the wheels have spooks.


Oh dear Tim! penance for that one i'm afraid. or have you found a left over Christmas cracker.

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