PsychoStanleyStone Obscure Waffling Thread
#1
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Psycho, I have created your own thread for you.

Can you please put ALL your posts in this thread?

Ta.
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#2
Now all your adoring fans won't have to miss a thing and other less adoring fans won't have to read your obscure waffle.

Hope you are honoured to have your own dedicated thread.
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#3
Good move Sniffer and very diplomatic, should keep everyone happy providing Psycho sticks to the plan.
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#4
I need help, yes of course for my issues, no i didn't order any Viagra, yes that is a differant issue, maybe it's related, maybe it's to do with transition, relegation and concentrating far too much on the league.
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#5
some may just say Derby are a 'sh1t' or 'a joke', i merely combined the 2, any of us can say the obvious, it is completely true or heartfelt and on topic etc but . . . . . Where i go wrong is trying to make people laugh but no harm in trying? OK yes some elements of fiction but generally it was bang on topic. I read 46 pages about a game that apparantly didn't matter and 54 pages about a fiasco, a tragedy, Brentford away (on a Derby forum). I felt a need to post a summary, the cold light of day, the recurring themes, in a humorous way.
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#6
Nice one Sniff  Smile
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#7
Cleaned the car today, though when it is a 2002 Peugeot 206 it is more of an antique restoration exercise

the plastic trims and bumpers, well anything black and plastic, wing mirror housings, all extremely faded, but i got a bottle of stuff and really got amazing results

i'd washed the car thoroughly over the previous couple of days and waxed it today

got to say, looks really, really nice, I have to try and fall in love with it again enough to want to put it through the MoT

a few electrical glitches and small oil leaks to sort out, but ordered various stuff like a complete set of bulbs and fuses and some stuff for the power stearing to fix the leak, a sort of oily radweld equivalent

Tom Hiddlestone walked past, talked about his latest movies and where i was at with the car, the word transitional got mentioned but nowhere near as much as on the Derby forums
In a tree by the brook, there's a songbird who sings, sometimes all of our thoughts are misgiven COYR's
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(03-09-2019, 09:36 PM)PsychoStanleyStone Wrote: Cleaned the car today, though when it is a 2002 Peugeot 206 it is more of an antique restoration exercise

the plastic trims and bumpers, well anything black and plastic, wing mirror housings, all extremely faded, but i got a bottle of stuff and really got amazing results

i'd washed the car thoroughly over the previous couple of days and waxed it today

got to say, looks really, really nice, I have to try and fall in love with it again enough to want to put it through the MoT

a few electrical glitches and small oil leaks to sort out, but ordered various stuff like a complete set of bulbs and fuses and some stuff for the power stearing to fix the leak, a sort of oily radweld equivalent

Tom Hiddlestone walked past, talked about his latest movies and where i was at with the car, the word transitional got mentioned but nowhere near as much as on the Derby forums
I hope you got some tyre back to black stuff PSS. That is always the icing on the cake. A fully waxed car, gleaming bumpers and trims, sparkling clean wheels and looks like new tyres!  Shy
''My Desire is always to be here, oh City Ground''.
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#9
Psychos car doesn't have any tyres on it Tricky.
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(04-09-2019, 08:40 AM)DSniffer Dog Wrote: Psychos car doesn't have any tyres on it Tricky.
Big Grin Big Grin Big Grin
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(04-09-2019, 08:37 AM)Tricky Wrote:
(03-09-2019, 09:36 PM)PsychoStanleyStone Wrote: Cleaned the car today, though when it is a 2002 Peugeot 206 it is more of an antique restoration exercise

Tom Hiddlestone walked past, talked about his latest movies and where i was at with the car, the word transitional got mentioned but nowhere near as much as on the Derby forums
I hope you got some tyre back to black stuff PSS. That is always the icing on the cake. A fully waxed car, gleaming bumpers and trims, sparkling clean wheels and looks like new tyres!  Shy

first time ever, bought some tyre black, pretty much been against tyre black all me life except when i was about 20 and the tyre black seemed to go hand in hand with the air freshners (yuk) , the furry dice (ok) and the stereo which was usually ripped out of me cortina when i got back to it at 2.30 am from the night club, along with the 'graphic equaliser' 

46 pages about us and 56 pages of Derby forum about us and Brentford respectively and the word 'robbed' didn't appear once, guess that tantrum is all to come

up until Derby's (transitional) current defence, Ford Cortina mk4 door locks up until now were the easiest things ever to navigate around

that company to do with a very long river in south america, i went to order a sat nav holder that sticks onto the window, £2.39, great, delivery about a month, 'other options available at checkout'  .... £30 plus the £2.39 for next day ... that is all i have to moan about at the moment, didn't pay it but means the sat nav is going to slip sliding around on the passenger seat, maybe a trip to poundland is in order
In a tree by the brook, there's a songbird who sings, sometimes all of our thoughts are misgiven COYR's
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#12
(04-09-2019, 09:21 AM)PsychoStanleyStone Wrote:
(04-09-2019, 08:37 AM)Tricky Wrote:
(03-09-2019, 09:36 PM)PsychoStanleyStone Wrote: Cleaned the car today, though when it is a 2002 Peugeot 206 it is more of an antique restoration exercise

Tom Hiddlestone walked past, talked about his latest movies and where i was at with the car, the word transitional got mentioned but nowhere near as much as on the Derby forums
I hope you got some tyre back to black stuff PSS. That is always the icing on the cake. A fully waxed car, gleaming bumpers and trims, sparkling clean wheels and looks like new tyres!  Shy

first time ever, bought some tyre black, pretty much been against tyre black all me life except when i was about 20 and the tyre black seemed to go hand in hand with the air freshners (yuk) , the furry dice (ok) and the stereo which was usually ripped out of me cortina when i got back to it at 2.30 am from the night club, along with the 'graphic equaliser' 

46 pages about us and 56 pages of Derby forum about us and Brentford respectively and the word 'robbed' didn't appear once, guess that tantrum is all to come

up until Derby's (transitional) current defence, Ford Cortina mk4 door locks up until now were the easiest things ever to navigate around

that company to do with a very long river in south america, i went to order a sat nav holder that sticks onto the window, £2.39, great, delivery about a month, 'other options available at checkout'  .... £30 plus the £2.39 for next day ... that is all i have to moan about at the moment, didn't pay it but means the sat nav is going to slip sliding around on the passenger seat, maybe a trip to poundland is in order

You could always sellotape a road atlas to the windscreen.
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(04-09-2019, 10:25 AM)Paplane Wrote:
(04-09-2019, 09:21 AM)PsychoStanleyStone Wrote:
(04-09-2019, 08:37 AM)Tricky Wrote:
(03-09-2019, 09:36 PM)PsychoStanleyStone Wrote: Cleaned the car today, though when it is a 2002 Peugeot 206 it is more of an antique restoration exercise

Tom Hiddlestone walked past, talked about his latest movies and where i was at with the car, the word transitional got mentioned but nowhere near as much as on the Derby forums
I hope you got some tyre back to black stuff PSS. That is always the icing on the cake. A fully waxed car, gleaming bumpers and trims, sparkling clean wheels and looks like new tyres!  Shy

 maybe a trip to poundland is in order

You could always sellotape a road atlas to the windscreen.

i will need all the selotape i can get to fix the electrics, i mean my parcel arrives, lovely box set of replacement bulbs and fuses, go to car to go and get some milk, indicators are working again, this often happens, i neglect the old 206 for a few months and the lights start malfunctioning, i show it love and they sort of fix themselves, just the main beam to fix now, though it might fix itself, it usually does .. oh and potential transmission fluid and sump oil leaks, probably try the thick power steering fluid next though i really need to wait for the syringe to arrive, never thought i would need a syringe but you have to take as much of the exsiting 'thin' fluid out before you put the thick stuff in, apparantly
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(04-09-2019, 11:22 AM)PsychoStanleyStone Wrote:
(04-09-2019, 10:25 AM)Paplane Wrote:
(04-09-2019, 09:21 AM)PsychoStanleyStone Wrote:
(04-09-2019, 08:37 AM)Tricky Wrote:
(03-09-2019, 09:36 PM)PsychoStanleyStone Wrote: Cleaned the car today, though when it is a 2002 Peugeot 206 it is more of an antique restoration exercise

Tom Hiddlestone walked past, talked about his latest movies and where i was at with the car, the word transitional got mentioned but nowhere near as much as on the Derby forums
I hope you got some tyre back to black stuff PSS. That is always the icing on the cake. A fully waxed car, gleaming bumpers and trims, sparkling clean wheels and looks like new tyres!  Shy

 maybe a trip to poundland is in order

You could always sellotape a road atlas to the windscreen.

i will need all the selotape i can get to fix the electrics, i mean my parcel arrives, lovely box set of replacement bulbs and fuses, go to car to go and get some milk, indicators are working again, this often happens, i neglect the old 206 for a few months and the lights start malfunctioning, i show it love and they sort of fix themselves, just the main beam to fix now, though it might fix itself, it usually does .. oh and potential transmission fluid and sump oil leaks, probably try the thick power steering fluid next though i really need to wait for the syringe to arrive, never thought i would need a syringe but you have to take as much of the exsiting 'thin' fluid out before you put the thick stuff in, apparantly

Tangents, Tangents...loving it. You bring a smile to my face just thinking about your adventures.
Just took the Brides car for an MOT...They always find something wrong. Cars only done 18K miles, they said the emissions failed! Plus a bolt sheared on the exhaust! I never believe what they say.
They put some magic fluid in and eh presto emissions are good, rip off I think. Cost me £135.96 to get it through the MOT!
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(04-09-2019, 12:58 PM)Joe Baker Legend Wrote:
(04-09-2019, 11:22 AM)PsychoStanleyStone Wrote:
(04-09-2019, 10:25 AM)Paplane Wrote:
(04-09-2019, 09:21 AM)PsychoStanleyStone Wrote:
(04-09-2019, 08:37 AM)Tricky Wrote: I hope you got some tyre back to black stuff PSS. That is always the icing on the cake. A fully waxed car, gleaming bumpers and trims, sparkling clean wheels and looks like new tyres!  Shy

 maybe a trip to poundland is in order

You could always sellotape a road atlas to the windscreen.

i will need all the selotape i can get to fix the electrics, i mean my parcel arrives, lovely box set of replacement bulbs and fuses, go to car to go and get some milk, indicators are working again, this often happens, i neglect the old 206 for a few months and the lights start malfunctioning, i show it love and they sort of fix themselves, just the main beam to fix now, though it might fix itself, it usually does .. oh and potential transmission fluid and sump oil leaks, probably try the thick power steering fluid next though i really need to wait for the syringe to arrive, never thought i would need a syringe but you have to take as much of the exsiting 'thin' fluid out before you put the thick stuff in, apparantly

Tangents, Tangents...loving it. You bring a smile to my face just thinking about your adventures.
Just took the Brides car for an MOT...They always find something wrong. Cars only done 18K miles, they said the emissions failed! Plus a bolt sheared on the exhaust! I never believe what they say.
They put some magic fluid in and eh presto emissions are good, rip off I think. Cost me £135.96 to get it through the MOT!

i guess you know it Joe, but for anyone who wants to check current and historic M O T details for any car, put the number plate in, i think to get more details you have put some numbers in from the log book but goes back to 2005
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