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4 minutes ago, IAMHERE said:

Yes, yes, yes; what is the lucky number derived from this? I'm counting 23 wires.

Be careful.... some of the lines that look like wires, are actually shadows.

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3 hours ago, Somtamnication said:

Can't see the bike tags. Wifey wants to buy the lottery, today.

Also the first thing mine asked about when I showed her why she had been caught in traffic yesterday.

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13 hours ago, tifino said:

this Topic spookingly made me feel hungry? 

Image result for potato chopper 

I find no humour in the pain, misery or misadventure of others. 

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27 minutes ago, farcanell said:

Be careful.... some of the lines that look like wires, are actually shadows.

Good luck comes from bad luck? (sigh).

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21 minutes ago, Benmart said:

I find no humour in the pain, misery or misadventure of others. 

That's funny. Laughing at the misfortune of others is one of my greatest pleasures.

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15 minutes ago, Joe Mcseismic said:

Good luck comes from bad luck? (sigh).

No.... good luck rubs off of others experiencing good luck, much as one sees in a casino, where folk can bet behind another players hand

 

so... bike rider had very good luck.... bike tag number equates to lucky numbers. 👍

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34 minutes ago, farcanell said:

No.... good luck rubs off of others experiencing good luck, much as one sees in a casino, where folk can bet behind another players hand

 

so... bike rider had very good luck.... bike tag number equates to lucky numbers. 👍

You call getting injured by falling power lines good luck?

Don't bother saying "he was lucky because he wasn't killed".

Surely, the motorist in front of him was even luckier. 

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1 minute ago, Joe Mcseismic said:

You call getting injured by falling power lines good luck?

Don't bother saying "he was lucky because he wasn't killed".

Surely, the motorist in front of him was even luckier. 

Great point.... Even better plate numbers to use then.... maybe expats with thai wife’s should try making that point, as it’s them chasing lucky numbers.

 

oh.... he was lucky he wasn’t killed 👍.... and I’ll be willing to bet that the non dead expat agrees

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59 minutes ago, Joe Mcseismic said:

That's funny. Laughing at the misfortune of others is one of my greatest pleasures.

I take it that this is sarcasm, seeing as how you can’t see the funny side of chasing lucky numbers.

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2 hours ago, farcanell said:

Be careful.... some of the lines that look like wires, are actually shadows.

yes, some of us realise your angle...   neck height and 'possibly' still 'Live' wires swinging!!!

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1 hour ago, farcanell said:

I take it that this is sarcasm, seeing as how you can’t see the funny side of chasing lucky numbers.

Funny? No, not particularly. Though people with a simpler sense of humour might.

Stupid superstition? Yes.

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6 hours ago, Somtamnication said:

Can't see the bike tags. Wifey wants to buy the lottery, today.

With my compliment to your missus:smile:

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Not to worry , I am sure the cement company will pay all his hospital bills and compensate him adequately !

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These pesky expats ,,,, always in the wrong place at the wrong time

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