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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolf Hunting View Post
    She'd have been well impressed if you'd thrown up in the middle of it..... or just after it too.

    That made me laugh!
    I'm a classy date, i think i turned up at her house still half pissed we were talking in the kitchen and i just ran off to be sick mid sentence, i've also jumped out of her car whilst she was driving across the Asda car park to be sick when hungover, we hadn't be going out long when that happened.
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    Bloody hell

    You've got all the classy chopz with the ladies!
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    Don't need no woman beside him
    Just make it fast loud and rude

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    I wouldn't worry about it. I'd been going out with Mrs DW for about a fortnight, St Paddy's day arrives, I go out after work for a few jars, which ends up being 17 jars. Was rather ill. Her birthday is the day after. She is obviously Mrs DW now and that was seven years ago. You just need the natural charm, wonderful looks and amazing comedy skillz that I have.
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    I got lucky with that stag do deal in all fairness, was her first birthday together and originally the plan was to go to Newcaslte from friday, her birthday, to sunday. Then some people couldn't get the friday off work to go so the stag changed it round, we went up Birmingham for an all dayer on the thursday and then up to Newcastle on saturday and stayed over for one night, the friday was hellish though.
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    Now there's an idea for a new thread.

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    I await the new thread with interest....
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    My wife’s eyes – gorgeous colours
    Hot sunny weather
    Looking at my newly mown garden
    Looking forward to a glass of whisky and a good book
    Playing with my dogs
    Getting wrapped up warm when it’s cold wind blowing
    Standing on the disused 17th tee looking out at the deserted beach/sea
    Going out for dinner
    Settling down in the evening when my wife puts her legs across my lap
    Taking great photographs
    Spending time with my son. Either one.
    Innis & Gunn
    Real ale
    Looking forward to seeing old friends
    Travelling, especially abroad
    Stockholm
    Rescuing dogs
    Driving, love driving
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    Quote Originally Posted by MARKakaJIM View Post
    Hungover sex is hardwork, i was on the first part of a stag do the day before my girlfriends birthday last year, obliging for birthday sex that day nearly killed me, luckily i threw up beforehand.
    Its worth it though mate. I get incredibly frisky when I'm hung over I won't lie to you. Not sure whether it's to do with anxiety or some kind of chemical imbalance due to the alcohol. Either way I'm like a raging bull the day after and said activity makes me forget how gash I actually feel.

    I'm sure I'm not the only one like this, in fact I know I'm not because I googled it once, when hungover and in-between...well yeah.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haggstone View Post
    Its worth it though mate. I get incredibly frisky when I'm hung over I won't lie to you. Not sure whether it's to do with anxiety or some kind of chemical imbalance due to the alcohol. Either way I'm like a raging bull the day after and said activity makes me forget how gash I actually feel.

    I'm sure I'm not the only one like this, in fact I know I'm not because I googled it once, when hungover and in-between...well yeah.
    Cracking one out when hungover is a great way to get the boost needed to drag yourself out of bed, but hungover sex is just far too strenuous, i suppose it depends on the severity of the hangover.
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    Fresh mountain air, hungover from the night before? Gone in a matter of minutes.
    The smell of garlic.
    Driving when there's nobody else about.
    Satisfaction when your hard work pays off.

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    Having a thread where I can moan about the things I hate

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    Delivering a great days training, getting great feedback then getting well paid for it.
    The taste of garlic
    Having a drink of good ale whilst cooking
    My life
    The thought of my wife coming home
    Standing on top of a mountain/big hill and looking out for miles and miles, being able to see forever....
    On top of same hill top standing at 45’ in a strong clean airstream
    Being in the West of Ireland on a hot sunny day, the country is empty
    Being on my beach with my dogs – 5 miles of deserted sand
    Watching big white clouds grow fast
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    <3 - guns, jesus, walmart, trucks, truck nuts, trump, brexit, rosters
    </3 - tea, kebabs, monarchies, EU, the deep state, nandos

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    I hate cats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Penk Wolf View Post
    I hate cats.
    +1. But I do LOVE a good bass guitar.
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    I bow to the dayglo pink strings.

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    Seeing the first few seedlings emerging in the garden / allotment
    Early morning birdsong
    The freshness after a thunderstorm on a muggy day
    The mist you get on a lake at first light when your fishing
    Getting into a clean bed
    The smell of baking bread
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    Don't wear no leather to fit in
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    Quote Originally Posted by Penk Wolf View Post
    I hate cats.
    throws cat-a-nade at Penk

    Griffey, attack! I love my little fuzzball. He's the best.

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    I bow to the dayglo pink strings.
    I thought they were pretty awesome myself!
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    Stepping on crunchy leaves.

    Rum, sunshine, and a good book.

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    Crabs. ... Not the uninvited guest variety. I just have a soft spot for the pugnacious little sods.

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    Quote Originally Posted by t3ch View Post
    throws cat-a-nade at Penk
    I don't have a problem with you throwing your cat. I never really liked cats, but they piss me off even more, now they walk under my front window, knowing it winds my dog up, and then having him bark for the next ten minutes.

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    Carving a twsiting A-road on the bike, cranking it over and barrelling out of second gear bends. In reality I'm not particularly quick but it feels just wonderful all the same
    A large, sandy, sunny, very slightly breezy, almost deserted bay
    Walking along the bank of the Severn by Ironbridge
    Women's naughty bits
    My shower
    Women's naughty bits in my shower
    Beer, best mates and chatting about loads of old bollocks
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    Quote Originally Posted by Penk Wolf View Post
    I don't have a problem with you throwing your cat.
    I should have anticipated that, eh?

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    I'm going to add to my earlier list:

    The nape of a woman's neck.
    Butterflies.
    One of my athletes getting a personal best.
    Being out in the country away from light pollution on a clear night and looking at the vast numbers of stars.
    Write down everything you know about football on the back of a postage stamp. In the space you have left over you can draw a picture...

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    Going out drinking in the day time in a busy place like Birmingham, wandering around clattered amongst people going about their afternoon shopping is brilliant.
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    A street side bistro in Provence. Cassis. Cold beer. Provencale fish stew with bread and aioli. Red check table cloth. Waiting for a nice Pot Au Feu and a decent bottle of red. Watching the sun drop with good company.
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    Feel free to call me a silly old fool, but during the last couple of months I have really liked the nursing staff at the George Eliot Hospital in Nuneaton. I will never forget what they have done.

    Sorry about that, but I had to say it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FrankMunro-371 View Post
    Feel free to call me a silly old fool, but during the last couple of months I have really liked the nursing staff at the George Eliot Hospital in Nuneaton. I will never forget what they have done.

    Sorry about that, but I had to say it.
    Nurses <3 you too Frank xxxxx
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    Walking barefoot on soft grass
    Sitting on the shore and letting the wind carry all the sound away
    Clean crisp bed sheets
    Freshly pedicured and painted toenails
    Chocolate ganache
    Mischievous men
    Pretty much everything about Paddington.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Squeeze View Post
    Walking barefoot on soft grass
    Sitting on the shore and letting the wind carry all the sound away
    Clean crisp bed sheets
    Freshly pedicured and painted toenails
    Chocolate ganache
    Mischievous men
    Pretty much everything about Paddington.

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