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    https://www.facebook.com/Scaffnews/p...57761154425909

    What classic nicknames have you known?

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    Amy Belying - I may be Lying, Hmmmm how old is this Facebook post? Though I did once Know a 'Squeeky' McClean.

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    One of my personal favourites came from a well known police drama set in Glasgow in the eighties called Taggart. The super was called Jack McVitie, so they called him the biscuit.

    There's been another murder sir at Firhill.

    It's murder there every second Saturday son.

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    Eh. . . I think - and this could just be a punt - but I think he means nicknames among us scaffolders. You know, in the workplace?

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    She must have nickname she doesn't approve of.

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    You boys can take a day off now and again.

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    What a great site - it ranks up there with the Suffolk Gazette!

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    worked with a maori scaff in nz. his surname was Pene, so I assumed lucky was his nikname. was his real name,parents with a sense of humour.lmao

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    There is a scaff in Manchester, I dont know his name but I only know him as 'Onion' as the lads call him, cause he is always whinging.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TG6 View Post
    What a great site - it ranks up there with the Suffolk Gazette!
    Scaffmag is old news

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