The two couples go on a camping weekend but whilst Deborah and Tony are in love Dorothy and Gary are decidedly short with each other, a situation not helped because Dorothy has forced Gary to give up smoking. In desperation he braves the elements to visit the farmer who owns the site and pays fifty pounds for a packet of cigarettes. Both the men are jealous of a pair of lads who try to be friendly. When they see them apparently flirting with Deborah and Dorothy they flatten their tent and their bikes. In fact they are with two different girls who just look like Dorothy and Deborah. Written by
don @ minifie-1
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I thought people who lived in the country didn't lock their doors.
Ah, well I'm a miserable bastard.
[re: the milk
That'll be a pound.
A pound? That's a bit much isn't it?
You wouldn't say that if you'd had to park your combine harvester in Safeways car park.
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