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    Caught in the act..........

    Here he is,the 'Phantom Mackem Cream Cake Eater' caught with a caster sugar moustache.........



    ..........................................AKA 'Geordie'......................................... .........

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    Quote Originally Posted by re'M'ington View Post
    Here he is,the 'Phantom Mackem Cream Cake Eater' caught with a caster sugar moustache.........



    ..........................................AKA 'Geordie'......................................... .........
    Mr Ebay himself caught in the act allright

    ​Regards pete

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    Quote Originally Posted by re'M'ington View Post
    Here he is,the 'Phantom Mackem Cream Cake Eater' caught with a caster sugar moustache.........



    ..........................................AKA 'Geordie'......................................... .........
    Feck me Martin
    I know this ole fella.... And now his disguise is in the open
    ​geordie ... well and truly busted

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    Quote Originally Posted by stone View Post
    Feck me Martin
    I know this ole fella.... And now his disguise is in the open
    ​geordie ... well and truly busted
    Well if I am old that must make you middle aged and as for you Martin you are sneaky you gave me the cream cake and then took a sneaky picture
    Geordie

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    If hes a Makem then he cant be a Geordie simple as that
    One is from Sunderland the other is from Newcastle
    From the photo looks like he is going around the market when its finnished looking for cheap food.
    I would say he was a Makem, which in fact is a Plastic Geordie
    Humans are pre wired with fight or flight response
    Great Grandad fought, Grandad fought.
    For the sake of my Grandchild I wish for Less Flight responses entering Europe

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    I said ole not old...!!! Thought you were way to young to be retired... Lol

    it was good to catch up with you and Brett at the midland, just a shame it is always a hurried affair
    but lots of stalls to still see and stuff to buy
    No doubt we will catch up again at some point
    ​best wishes

    Richard

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    You look like murry walker, there goes nicky louda, there goes nicky even louda

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trufflehunting View Post
    If hes a Makem then he cant be a Geordie simple as that
    One is from Sunderland the other is from Newcastle
    From the photo looks like he is going around the market when its finnished looking for cheap food.
    I would say he was a Makem, which in fact is a Plastic Geordie
    Yes you are right but it would be a Geordie looking in the bins for free food I am a Makem missionary come south to educate the heathen southerners. We educated Yorkshire a long time ago, the only thing we could not cure was the short arms deep pocket syndrome.I got called Geordie when I moved to Wales when my dad was in the army and the welsh didn't know the difference

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    Quote Originally Posted by stone View Post
    I said ole not old...!!! Thought you were way to young to be retired... Lol

    it was good to catch up with you and Brett at the midland, just a shame it is always a hurried affair
    but lots of stalls to still see and stuff to buy
    No doubt we will catch up again at some point
    ​best wishes

    Richard
    Hi Richard
    Small world isn't it read a lot of your posts on here and didn't know it was you
    Geordie

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    Quote Originally Posted by geordieh View Post
    Yes you are right but it would be a Geordie looking in the bins for free food I am a Makem missionary come south to educate the heathen southerners. We educated Yorkshire a long time ago, the only thing we could not cure was the short arms deep pocket syndrome.I got called Geordie when I moved to Wales when my dad was in the army and the welsh didn't know the difference

    Says a man who looks under the bed when he wakes up in-case he has lost any sleep!!!

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