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# I'm sure that if they have a talk with the Dutch skating team
they can build a new sled out of four ice skates and a rather large wooden shoe.

Sorted.
(, Wed 14 Feb, 19:46, Reply)
# It won't 'CLOG' the track?
(, Wed 14 Feb, 20:29, Reply)
# Dam, that's gouda
(, Wed 14 Feb, 20:34, Reply)
# Stop it right there
(, Wed 14 Feb, 20:48, Reply)
# Dam...Stop it...oooh thas gouda too...
(, Wed 14 Feb, 23:30, Reply)
# If I weren't so lazy,
I'd shop them pushing lawn mowers, or pumping up tires with hand pumps. But . . .
(, Wed 14 Feb, 22:11, Reply)
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(, Wed 14 Feb, 23:53, Reply)
# LOL good job!
(, Wed 14 Feb, 23:56, Reply)
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(, Thu 15 Feb, 0:25, Reply)
# hahah
I don't know what that is but it looks like something Hitler would have owned with pride

Pic addition: Pit stop for repairs
(, Thu 15 Feb, 1:48, Reply)
# He would have wanted it
but the French Citroen engineers buried their 2CV prototypes until the war was over, then they made millions of them!
(, Thu 15 Feb, 6:12, Reply)
# Interesting! Ugly little contraptions though :D
(, Thu 15 Feb, 6:19, Reply)
# Ugly, yes
But they were very successful - like the VW Beetle, but actually more versatile - the suspension was amazingly modern for the time.
(, Thu 15 Feb, 6:33, Reply)
# Well, in those days
utility outweighed appearance. Even so, this little tin can was more sleek and stylish than, say, a horse and wagon which would have preceded it not all that long before.
(, Thu 15 Feb, 13:40, Reply)