Are Peugeot Peppergrinders enough?
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  • No - Brad should resign

    7 17.95%
  • Yes, Peppergrinders are fine

    11 28.21%
  • Yes, Peppergrinders are fine, but only if he buys a Peugeot bike or scooter too

    6 15.38%
  • Brad should keep the Pug

    15 38.46%
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    Default Are Peugeot Peppergrinders enough?

    In Brisbane on the weekend, the possibility of another one of our influential members, Brad, moving completely to the dark side was raised if he sells his 306 S16 and is left soley with his Mazda MX5.

    As a joke I said we'd better have a poll, so here it is.

    Derek

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    Lol, nice one Derek.

    Just for the record, I voted for keeping the Pug cause that's what I WANT to do, it's just not on the cards though

    Feel free to put this into the General Chat if you want. I'd be interested in seeing the response.
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    Traitor! Get thee to a jap car club

    I'm so sicko I bought the XM and the Pug pepper grinder on the same day!
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    Personally I think of the forum as a knowledge repositary/ common thought place.

    How or why u came about the knowledge is of little concern to me.

    my thoughts

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    Cough, Cough.....

    Kiddies Peugeot bike

    And no its not mine...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shobbz
    Personally I think of the forum as a knowledge repositary/ common thought place. How or why u came about the knowledge is of little concern to me.
    You can't be reading Aussiefrogs then

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    At least the peppergrinder would be considered reliable for a Peugeot!

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    Now where can i get one of these Peugeot "Peppergrinders" from?

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    Quote Originally Posted by STALLED
    Now where can i get one of these Peugeot "Peppergrinders" from?

    Cya STalled
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    Here's a direct link to the most expensive ones.
    http://www.petersofkensington.com.au...?prodid=299784

    Derek.

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    Nice!!!! My birthday is coming up, you could all pitch in a few and buy me them
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    Buy yer own!!!

    Ya might have to sell the "Rice pudding" to pay for them though.


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    Voted for the peppergrinder but Brad's title should change from Administrator to Traitorous Administrator or something along those lines.

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    Attached is a pic of a Pug Pepper Grinder that could only be used in the tackiest of restaurants. Beside PG is Mrs UFO looking a little weary after a day cruising on the Seine, lunch in the city then a few hours at Citroen Conservatoire.

    By the way, the pic was taken in the Peugeot dealership/shop on the Champs Elysee only a few weeks ago.

    Is that a Citroen bag in her hand?! Shock horror
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    Burn him. He's a witch too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeKa
    Here's a direct link to the most expensive ones.
    http://www.petersofkensington.com.au...?prodid=299784

    Derek.
    Struth A 20cm high pepper/salt grinder set. You would have to attach aircraft warning lights to em if you had them out on the picnic table.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HONG KONG PUGGY
    Struth A 20cm high pepper/salt grinder set. You would have to attach aircraft warning lights to em if you had them out on the picnic table.
    Chris
    Well I know Mrs UFO is not the most excessively altitudinous person in the world at her lofty 150cm, but the (real) pepper grinders beside her were about 1m tall. I think they were in the vicinity of 250 euro each!
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    Quote Originally Posted by UFO
    I think they were in the vicinity of 250 euro each!
    Bend over!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad
    Bend over!!!
    Didn't know you cared!
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    What on earth is he trying to say?? What a strange man. Maybe he's gay?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cal
    What on earth is he trying to say?? What a strange man. Maybe he's gay?

    Cal.
    Well he does drive or at least is considering driving a Mazda MX5
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    Them there fighten words boy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cal
    Them there fighten words boy.

    Cal.
    Ooh I'm trembling!

    I think you meant to say "Them there are fightin' words, boy!"

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