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The first commercially-grown crop of English olives has gone on sale in West Sussex after being grown at a small-holding near Chichester.

That was an article from The BBC.
Must be talking about Sussexman's place, he seems to have been quite quiet lately !!

YB
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He's

Probably getting drunk on distilled olive oil :D

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Listen moderators all

Firstly please get the facts right. There is West Sussex and East Sussex. Me I'm an East Sussexman and proud of it.
I've just worked out what the initials stand for on two of our esteemed moderators.
P.J Pee Jay just let your imagination run on that one.
YB Young Boy, Yuseless Bounder.
Any other suggestions?
Sussexman

YB
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Your so close with the first one..

but yuseless..me? Muah?

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Now Now, stop bickering boys

Now Now, stop bickering boys !!
Colin, the article about the Olive crop was quite real - as you may be aware. It surprised me too.

and

PJ stands for the stuff I go to bed in occasionally - most of the time it's without PJ's though.

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Where are you located

PJ - I see a lot of your post but never can remember where you are located.

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My location is

Southern Alberta, Canada.

YB
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Yea...

He's one of those... ahem... "Northern folks" :evil:


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