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    aah ok

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    MRI scan results on head came back as normal a week on edge over with!!!!

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    They could have just asked us matey, we would have vouched that you're..................
    Why they will qualify: Nuno Espirito Santo is actually a tactical genius.

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    Quirky confirmation emails from online merchandising. Just ordered something and got this email back:

    Dear Langers,

    First let me congratulate you on a job well done. You've gone and bought yourself something fantastic. We salute you.

    We're boxing up the goodness, sealing it with a kiss and it will be on the way to you soon. We will of course drop you an email the second after we high five each other when we've popped it in the post.

    Of course if you were having an off day and you've put in the address of your last house, your mum's holiday home or that nice old lady down the street, please contact us as soon as possible with the correction.

    Thanks again for making what is, I think we can all agree, a fine life decision.

    Kind regards,
    I love that!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Langers View Post
    Quirky confirmation emails from online merchandising. Just ordered something and got this email back:



    I love that!!
    Jeez what did you buy, the original Maddona and child?
    "Never enter into a battle of wits, with an unarmed man"

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    Quote Originally Posted by pavlosmacwolf View Post
    Jeez what did you buy, the original Maddona and child?
    A Christmas jumper actually!

    It's fucking ace.
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    Got the Grandaughters with us until the 23rd, they've been living in Bury for 12 months and are developing wonderful Lancashire accents.

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    Marzipan Fruits
    Peace & quiet
    Birds Eye Trifle
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    The telephone hasn't rung this morning....yet.
    Pan
    My mom is allowed home
    That there aren't many days left in this year. Hooray and fuck off.

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    Might sound a bit odd, but my own company!

    I'm getting more and more used to just relaxing on my own recently, and I think a lot can be said for just winding down and not doing much with no one else around.

    I had to meet people earlier today, and will do throughout most of tomorrow, and then obviously a lot planned for Christmas Day which is great and all that, but some down time to myself really is like gold dust and I really enjoy it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Langers View Post
    Might sound a bit odd, but my own company!

    I'm getting more and more used to just relaxing on my own recently, and I think a lot can be said for just winding down and not doing much with no one else around.

    I had to meet people earlier today, and will do throughout most of tomorrow, and then obviously a lot planned for Christmas Day which is great and all that, but some down time to myself really is like gold dust and I really enjoy it!
    I guess you split with your girlfriend recently?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jolemai View Post
    I guess you split with your girlfriend recently?
    Ha ha - no, not at all - in fact, she likes a bit of time on her own as well so it's rather convenient!
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    Home made fudge. Especialy when it's un-packed.
    Cosy consensus makes for a boring forum.

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    The buffet on Boxing Day night.

    This extremely nice Port I have in me hand.

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    Film days.

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    Not having to set the alarm over the Christmas break - & then not really having to do so again after as I'm not going back to work
    This year we will mainly be conquering Europe

    Now restarting with phase 2 of this season's event

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    Oh god it's a sign of old age when you pour yaself a Sherry, through choice!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pittpenguinbabe View Post
    Oh god it's a sign of old age when you pour yaself a Sherry, through choice!!
    Not old age - can't stand the stuff
    This year we will mainly be conquering Europe

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    Quote Originally Posted by Parkins left foot View Post
    Not having to set the alarm over the Christmas break - & then not really having to do so again after as I'm not going back to work
    Should be following your example but I'm still getting up at 5:30 to make a cup of tea, although I am taking it back to bed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ROVERT47 View Post
    Should be following your example but I'm still getting up at 5:30 to make a cup of tea, although I am taking it back to bed.
    Used to be 6.15 for me, but its surprising how quickly I've been able to add an hour to that.

    (After giving it some thought its probably only due to the fact that after 16 yrs in education I am in school holiday mode, even if going into work timing was a movable feast anyway - what it will be like on 5th Jan when I would have been due to go back in again is another matter!)
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    This year we will mainly be conquering Europe

    Now restarting with phase 2 of this season's event

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    January 1st 2016, my first entry in my 10 year journal. Everyday I have to write something in it, even if i've got nothing much to say, even if my mood is shit, happy, sad, or joyful, but everyday I have to enter something in it. Should be interesting to read back in 10 years time!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pittpenguinbabe View Post
    January 1st 2016, my first entry in my 10 year journal. Everyday I have to write something in it, even if i've got nothing much to say, even if my mood is shit, happy, sad, or joyful, but everyday I have to enter something in it. Should be interesting to read back in 10 years time!
    I wrote a journal for a couple of years - read it back after a few years and was horrified. All I could think was what an utter twat. I then burnt it
    )

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    Quote Originally Posted by tredman View Post
    I wrote a journal for a couple of years - read it back after a few years and was horrified. All I could think was what an utter twat. I then burnt it
    I'll probably read mine back and think ' what a bloody utter twat ' too

    Oh well, it seemed a good idea at the time!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pittpenguinbabe View Post
    I'll probably read mine back and think ' what a bloody utter twat ' too

    Oh well, it seemed a good idea at the time!
    I really enjoyed doing it, but I just didn't like what I wrote! 10 years sounds like a bit commitment..!
    )

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    So basically Tredman, you're saying, you read what you've written previously and thought you were a twat ?
    That saved me an embarrassing pm. as everyone else on this site had voted me to tell you !
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    Quote Originally Posted by tredman View Post
    I really enjoyed doing it, but I just didn't like what I wrote! 10 years sounds like a bit commitment..!
    But that's part of the 'fun ' reading it back years later! Bloody hell, just realised, I'll be 62 when I complete it!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul View Post
    So basically Tredman, you're saying, you read what you've written previously and thought you were a twat ?
    That saved me an embarrassing pm. as everyone else on this site had voted me to tell you !
    Yup, most definitely.

    And there really was no need to tell me, it's definitely been said before
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    I can find things easier in me fridge again now that all the Christmas shits gone.

    Writing with fountain pens and bottled ink.

    Starting to put the decorations away today. Sick of em now.

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    A Sunday morning watching the cricket, an absolute slaughter!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ROVERT47 View Post
    A Sunday morning watching the cricket, an absolute slaughter!
    Particularly as its raining hard here so don't have to feel guilty about the stuff I should be doing outside
    This year we will mainly be conquering Europe

    Now restarting with phase 2 of this season's event

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    QUOTE=Parkins left foot;855105]Particularly as its raining hard here so don't have to feel guilty about the stuff I should be doing outside[/QUOTE]

    Plenty of time for that mate, just remind me of what most of the other forum members will be doing in the morning.

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