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2 hours ago, Stouffer said:

Fucking he'll Rog, that sounds magic.

 

Nipping over to France for a pack of Gauloises and a baguette then smoking the full pack on the way home with the wind flicking at the mane.

I smoke me tits off when I'm flying. A little vent in the cockpit canopy lets air in one way and sucks it out the other. It's like your best ever ashtray. Pity the poor buggers having a barby in their garden when a fag butt lands on their pork cutlet. "Where the fuck did THAT come from?" 

 

And my vape is good for those in between fags moments. 

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There’s a project rebuilding a crashed Spitfire that was shot down and over Norway. Pilot was in the PRU ( Photographic Reconnaissance Unit) and was captured and later escaped in the Great Escape from Stalag Luft III. He was then shot by the Germans. 
 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-highlands-islands-59233572

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