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Flr
20/06/2009 at 07:10
sometimes listening is as much fun as watching
Flr
20/06/2009 at 07:11
or more so - I remember a very funny drive home listening to the Wimbledon final (Stich Becker?) and the female commentator getting very excited about these huge men with their wonderful thighs
yeo
20/06/2009 at 07:14

at least one of those has burnt down

I think I'll just look out for blackboards outside on my travels

I know there are a couple of big locals that are possibles

20/06/2009 at 07:24

I'm glad I know that you're both normal(!), or the above conversation would seem very strange indeed!

Morning all.  Sore calf, but been for long dog walk and now have a whole day off (unheard of in these parts) to spend with Small.

Sorry to hear that your rellies have been in the wars.

Sass xx 

yeo
20/06/2009 at 07:33

normal?

normal?????

enjoy your day off Sass - I won't make any old jokes about just working one day a week

20/06/2009 at 07:53

Came back from swimming lesson with a wrecked fingernail and a black toe  (I only had my nails done on Tuesday )

On the positive side, I managed to do a length of front crawl

20/06/2009 at 08:20

Morning all

A big long one that lasts for days? Sounds good to me ;0)

Yee-ouch Parddu!! Who were you fighting in the pool?? 

Flr
20/06/2009 at 08:31
Bobbis just said she didn't know we had gone onto one thread "but there aren't lots of posts like the old days - before we all got fixed up with each other"
20/06/2009 at 08:32

20/06/2009 at 08:32
ooh i needed that 
20/06/2009 at 08:36

lol

I have less time to post now I am getting it regularly

Still love my Plodpals though

yeo
20/06/2009 at 13:01

that could explain why I'm the only one who posts for days on end

sounds rough in the pool, Parddu

20/06/2009 at 13:38

Afternoon all

how did you manage to get so injured swimming Parddu?? I never even manage to break a sweat (because I go so slow - not cos I'm ultra-fit!) saying that, I'm taking little womble swimming later - so may come back with a few bruises!

Mrs W

yeo
20/06/2009 at 14:02

I've decided on the listening to the rugby at home option

Go Lions!

20/06/2009 at 17:00

afternoon all  and hello to mrs w

spent all afternoon on my knees at flr's aged m's

getting to be a habit....

yeo
20/06/2009 at 17:22

making good use of your tool belt?

yeo
20/06/2009 at 17:23

glad I didn't waste my money on pub lemonade and lime btw

tho' the second half sounded good

Edited: 20/06/2009 at 17:24
20/06/2009 at 17:44

Back from w**k - had a busy day and no uncouth youths in the IT suite

Last night I wrecked my nail diving for a plastic ring (never buy your dog's plastic rings from Aldi!! They have ridged edges!) and then getting out of the pool at the end of the lesson I caught my toe on the steps which are built into the pool sides.  It HURT

No point having the nail redone properly - instructor has promised us more diving practice next week so will just patch it with a colour of mine which is fairly similar to the one on the rest of my nails. I'll just look unique

20/06/2009 at 18:20

Went shoopping today and bought a tartan ra-ra mini-dress. Only a fiver from Oxfam

What do you mean that's cos no one else would wear it??

20/06/2009 at 19:39

ouch... sounds painful!

I bashed the same toe 3 times the other day - the nail is an interesting shade of green at the moment..

took little womble swimming, got repeatedly grabbed round the neck when he was panicing (in about 2 foot of water (bless)!

Sam. wrote (see)

Went shoopping today and bought a tartan ra-ra mini-dress. Only a fiver from Oxfam

What do you mean that's cos no one else would wear it??

sounds nice

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