How do i get things sorted
Good luck RS!
If you change the name i'll have to leave then RS!
Best of luck in the new job
Don't discriminate against us crapsters!
Good luck tomorrow RS. I'm sure you'll do just great.
As I keep saying, it's Hotel California in here ... you can check out any time you like but you can never leave
Oi! I'm in there with you - perhaps we should start a sub-group now we're in the minority. There appear to be no single men over 40 in this city.
Part of my leaving present was Valrhona chocolate bought by weight and in chunks - I'm just scoffing some now. Curry and good-quality chocolate. Life doesn't get much better does it? (Except perhaps if Ewan MacGregor was lounging around on my futon in his track suit bottoms and not much else.)
I keep finding single men over 40. Shame that a) I'm not looking and b) I'm not over 40 too.
I would be prepared to trade the chocolate for Ewan
There are quite a few single men in their 40s up here but they tend to be looking for women in their 20s or early 30s. Quite what think the advantage of them over us whats in our prime is I don't know.
Having said that, S is mid 60s so I guess there are women of that age saying the same about me
I don't know why I said that because I usually find younger men more attractive. I think it's the babies thing.
Technically, Mr F is my toy boy - by a staggering 3 weeks, and does he not let me forget that for those weeks where I am "a year" older
I didn't mean younger men of baby age BTW I meant that if they wanted babies, I don't so it might be good if they have already had them.
Last bloke 2 years younger, one before that 9 years younger.
Most of mine have been a similar age, although I do rememebr one a long time back that was about 12 years older, and one that was 8 years older.
I find it hard to imagine him with anyone but you Schmunks.
He's with you for your quiet and subservient nature Schmunks
S is 16 years older than me and I certainly didn't want that or anyone who lived such a long way away .....
You complement each other perfectly.
Morning All. I quite fancy going to see the Hunger Games; might go this week
Checked my bank this morning to see a £38 quid payment had gone out to a credit card i've paid off and cancelled!! Luckily I noticed and they managed to reverse the payment, but it just goes to show. The payment must have been pending for a couple of weeks. I'd have assumed cancelling the account would have stopped the payment but obviously not!! Mental. If I hadn't noticed so quickly it would have been a hassle to get it back apparently. So now i'm £38 richer!
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