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    I too hate this prom bollox, when did this come about? - I left school wrapped my tie round the nearest lampost and covered in lighter fluid, got my shirt written all over by the girls (who wants a lads signature on their shirt) and then got royally hammered, playing dirty pints laced with laxatives with people down by the Mitre

    I think a few weeks later we went back to have a drink with the teachers in the sports hall, which was alright as it goes, nice to get some good honest advice of the teachers before you go off and ignore it for the next 10 years

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    We had a party after our A-Levels - basically we all got in a marquee a couple of weeks after A-Levels finished and got battered (took about 4 WKDs in those days).

    I did go to an all boys' school though so there was no chance of a slow dance.
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    After I left school, I went home, had my tea and played my brother and my dad at darts for most of the evening with some Beatles and Pink Floyd CDs playing on the stereo.

    Mainly because I loathed my school and the people who went there.

    Got utterly Paddy'd when I left college mind you. That was a classic night.
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    College? How did they let you into Manchester after that?
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    I went to the same college as Robert Plant. FACKT.

    (He was there a fair few years before I was mind you).
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    Prom is a load of bollocks really, no idea why everyone started doing it! Got my college one in a few weeks, day after my birthday, but no way I'll be wearing a suit asnd all that shite. Just turn up and have a decent time.

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    I'm with Langers on this. I hated the wankers I went to school with. My nurse student friends though were and are still ace...we all passed out of nursing college in a very literal sense.
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    I have two senior school friends I sort of keep in touch with. Both decent blokes but the exception to the rule. Most of the earlier friends are from infants school. Most of the people who went to my senior school were unadulterated shits.
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    Giving my old bike away that I used to ride all over the Isle Of Man.

    Don't know why, but this makes me

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    Quote Originally Posted by YoungWolf View Post
    Prom is a load of bollocks really, no idea why everyone started doing it! Got my college one in a few weeks, day after my birthday, but no way I'll be wearing a suit asnd all that shite. Just turn up and have a decent time.
    Oh go on put your suit on, you look nice


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    He looks handsome.....

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    I wouldn't ....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pittpenguinbabe View Post
    I wouldn't ....
    You wouldn't what??
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    Just how small we are....


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    When you have an hospital appointment and will do almost anything to get out of having to go

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    36 years ago on July 3rd 1977 ,me dad whispered ' ta ra Little Un 'for the very last time .

    This makes me sad .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pittpenguinbabe View Post
    36 years ago on July 3rd 1977 ,me dad whispered ' ta ra Little Un 'for the very last time .

    This makes me sad .
    You've made me sad now
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul View Post
    You've made me sad now
    and me - 33yrs ago for my Dad. Only met 2 of his 6 grandkids & they don't remember him as neither was over 18months old.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pittpenguinbabe View Post
    36 years ago on July 3rd 1977 ,me dad whispered ' ta ra Little Un 'for the very last time .

    This makes me sad .
    Saturday was 15 years since my Mum died. In a few years time I will have lived more of my life without her in it than with her which is sad
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    I've decided, I'm not gonna be sad cos I no like it and me dad wouldn't want me to be anyway. To all those that have lost parents , or one parent, I suppose all we can do is be thankful and grateful for the time that we did have them for .

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    yup.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tyrannosaurus Dan View Post
    Saturday was 15 years since my Mum died. In a few years time I will have lived more of my life without her in it than with her which is sad
    10 years since my Dad went, never met any of his great-grandkids, he never hurt a soul in his life and didnt deserve what happened, fucking cancer ( and I dont swear as a rule)
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    Feeling very mortal all of a sudden.
    A colleague who I worked closely with has died suddenly.
    I had a lot of respect & appreciation for them, & liked much about them.
    They hadn't even reached 60. Weren't ill. Had a lot to live for.
    Complete shock.
    I feel sad for their early passing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lemonjelly View Post
    Feeling very mortal all of a sudden.
    A colleague who I worked closely with has died suddenly.
    I had a lot of respect & appreciation for them, & liked much about them.
    They hadn't even reached 60. Weren't ill. Had a lot to live for.
    Complete shock.
    I feel sad for their early passing.
    Some-one at our work place died last year. He was only 52, but he was diagnosed with cancer of the bowel, and sadly only survived a few months. A terrible waste of a life.

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    Well and truly fucked my ankles up. One fracture one sprain. Bravo Stu.
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    Spending every day looking after my daughter, talking to her, explaining things, showing her stuff, watching her laugh..... she's only 5 months old and it kind of makes me sad I'm the age I am.
    By the time I get old, she'll only be a teenager.
    Or by the time she's in her late teens, I'll be quite old....

    That makes me a bit sad.

    So between now and then, we're going to pack pleasures and adventures into her little life, all I can.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolf Hunting View Post
    Spending every day looking after my daughter, talking to her, explaining things, showing her stuff, watching her laugh..... she's only 5 months old and it kind of makes me sad I'm the age I am.
    By the time I get old, she'll only be a teenager.
    Or by the time she's in her late teens, I'll be quite old....

    That makes me a bit sad.

    So between now and then, we're going to pack pleasures and adventures into her little life, all I can.
    Don't know what your age difference is, but it can happen even if there is not a big gap. I was only 30 when my Dad went & my younger sister had only just reached 19 at that time. All you can do is take each day as it comes & instil the basic tenets of life & pass on as much of your experience as possible in whatever time you have together.

    And whatever happens make sure that you both enjoy the time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by North West Wanderer View Post
    Well and truly fucked my ankles up. One fracture one sprain. Bravo Stu.
    Sounds serious. Wha'pen?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lemonjelly View Post
    Sounds serious. Wha'pen?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul View Post
    Hope all is well soon NWW and that you weren't attempting one of these.

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