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Friday night and plans for mine n NK's 'Wild West' shenanigans go tits up! NK's lurgied up with the flu!!

:( Hmmmm... What to do? AHA!! Nearly kill myself by impalement on pallisade and entanglement in a sea of razor wire? Yeah, just the job!!

Bit extreme for an ole derp you might think!! But WHAT A DERP!!

...BULL MANOR...

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As always... Thanks for lookin!! :)

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