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#491872 - 02/01/18 10:17 PM Re: New French Member [Re: nestor59310]
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Avec plaisir, j'habite près de tournai côté français, si tu es dans le coin à l'occasion pour aller boire une bière à la cloute, bar fétiche de motards à 15min de chez moi🍺🍻
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#541991 - 10/11/18 11:18 AM Re: New French Member [Re: nestor59310]
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Bonjour Jules

Je vais bientôt passer chez garage Albert, problème de frein arrière grippé, maladie connu sur les MTW et les +4
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#542006 - 10/11/18 12:20 PM Re: New French Member [Re: nestor59310]
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I guess you could say that I too am a new French member.

As of 5th October, swmbo and I are both officially French citizens. It's not something we ever envisaged doing, as we both bought into the whole European project, and are heartbroken by Brexit.

It makes sense really, as we've lived here 30 years (longer than we've lived in the UK), we didn't have to renounce our British nationality to do it, and both of our daughters already have dual Nationality. Whatever Brexit brings, I think that our future lies on this side of the channel; should we move when we retire, it's more likely that we'd go somewhere warmer.

All that remains is for me to tell you that I fart in your general direction. Your mother was a hamster and your father smelt of elderberries.
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#542008 - 10/11/18 12:22 PM Re: New French Member [Re: pandy]
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Would it be possible to explain your last sentence, please? I thought I was weird.


Edited by BobtheTrain (10/11/18 12:25 PM)
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#542010 - 10/11/18 12:25 PM Re: New French Member [Re: BobtheTrain]
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#542011 - 10/11/18 12:26 PM Re: New French Member [Re: pandy]
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Originally Posted By pandy


Yes, but I'd forgotten that one.
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#542032 - 10/11/18 01:56 PM Re: New French Member [Re: BobtheTrain]
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Originally Posted By pandy


Yes, but I'd forgotten that one.


In that case, I shall taunt you a second time.....
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#542058 - 10/11/18 04:17 PM Re: New French Member [Re: pandy]
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Originally Posted By pandy
Originally Posted By BobtheTrain
Originally Posted By pandy


Yes, but I'd forgotten that one.


In that case, I shall taunt you a second time.....


I have forgotten the first time, when was it?
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#542202 - 11/11/18 03:18 PM Re: New French Member [Re: pandy]
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Originally Posted By pandy
I guess you could say that I too am a new French member.

As of 5th October, swmbo and I are both officially French citizens. It's not something we ever envisaged doing, as we both bought into the whole European project, and are heartbroken by Brexit.

It makes sense really, as we've lived here 30 years (longer than we've lived in the UK), we didn't have to renounce our British nationality to do it, and both of our daughters already have dual Nationality. Whatever Brexit brings, I think that our future lies on this side of the channel; should we move when we retire, it's more likely that we'd go somewhere warmer.

All that remains is for me to tell you that I fart in your general direction. Your mother was a hamster and your father smelt of elderberries.


Giles I'm sure it was a tough decision and not taken lightly. Here in central Europe many UK friends (and my lovely G) are also facing the same dilemma but also the possibility of having to give up their British passport. Good on the French for not requesting it.
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#542204 - 11/11/18 03:36 PM Re: New French Member [Re: pandy]
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Originally Posted By pandy
I guess you could say that I too am a new French member.

As of 5th October, swmbo and I are both officially French citizens. It's not something we ever envisaged doing, as we both bought into the whole European project, and are heartbroken by Brexit.

It makes sense really, as we've lived here 30 years (longer than we've lived in the UK), we didn't have to renounce our British nationality to do it, and both of our daughters already have dual Nationality. Whatever Brexit brings, I think that our future lies on this side of the channel; should we move when we retire, it's more likely that we'd go somewhere warmer.

All that remains is for me to tell you that I fart in your general direction. Your mother was a hamster and your father smelt of elderberries.


Congratulations Giles.

I'm still far from convinced that we are actually going to Brexit. May can't put a deal together and Parliament won't permit a no-deal crash out.
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