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You say its off topic Jane...it was fine till you got to the bit about hairy men Bouncy

Though as you say it's your thread and it's off topic...so I can't see a problem about going off topic...in an off topic thread (Blimey I came close to confusing myself there....) LOL

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Anyway, back on topic Smiley Tongue
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@MI5 wrote:
Anyway, back on topic Smiley Tongue

Pfffttt to you matey....Hug

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LOL heart

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For sure Smiley Wink
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Tuts...must be me then....Bouncy

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I'm a chocoholic ..... whatever happened to Topic chocolate bars ?

 

I know Marathon changed their name to Snickers 

 

I'll put you to work now that you're showing worrying emotions @MI5 about going off topic in MY Thread & an OFF - topic section of the forum ... ah so

 

sim / card reader / sd card

 

I am genuinely Confused about what they are & how they relate to each other ... my friend who for the forum's purposes we shall call EhUpOwDo keeps throwing these terms at me & I have not to speak, as he talks gobble-de-****** to me (he was a BT electrical engineer, who had to change career when technology took his job) ... incidentally technology also took my laughingly career as everyone can do a letter on a pc, but they know nowt about document presentation / twit letters / yodu etc

 

btw unknown words are included in this thread eg ethernet which Cleoriff explained

 

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PS: sim is subscriber identity module ... see my system of info retreival does work 'cos my memory sure    . don't

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