(((Ducky))) really sorry to hear it Hon x
Lol to asking permission to be a Goth, that's so cute. Back in my day** I can't quite imagine someone asking if it was okay to be a punk.
Hope the sleep fairy visited those who she sometimes misses. She missed me, but I have nice forum friends who have gone to America so they made it all much better by posting pictures of yummy looking pizza.
** my account must have been hacked. I did not just use an old person phrase!
Bacon butty anyone?
Ooh tea & a bacon butty, excellent start to the morning - thanks Hash & Mr P. Good morning all
Tea and bacon butty is an excellent start to the day. I'll have two of both.
I'm changing my forum name to 'big fat pig' or 'lazy old dumpling'
I'm one of those sad children that wore their dads clothes (he did have some really nice waist coats + white shirts) and played his rock albums. Deep Purple; Led Zeppelin; Fleetwood Mac etc. Rock On.
Where did that stray 'd' come from?
Morning all - I was a punk *back in the day* - back before they put stretchy stuff in jeans mines were so tight I couldn't walk up hills lol.
I haven't had my "fitness" test yet with the trainer - baby birthing (not by me) has got in the way - I'm testing on Thursday - I feel like eating only lettuce leaves between now and then to try and lose some weight (or eating my body weight in pies as I'll obviously be off them when I'm under scrutiny!!)
In the spirit of the thread I'll have a sausage bap and a big cuppa tea...virtual of course
I was much the same Mouse. Well I wore my dad's shirts but I drew the line at listening to his Jim Reeves albums.
That comment about your jeans made me gfb! I remember that too.
I'm going to try making damson gin today.
which reminds me, I really should have picked the sloes.
I never wore my Dad's clothes, but I did listen to his music - it was all classical though
Bacon sarnie please, extra bacon.
Oooh yes, and for me please
I am trying to shift more weight so am having some Potato and Leek soup that is so thick i almost need a knife and fork and drinking redbush tea with honey.
That's the best kind of soup! I had tomato and lentil yesterday, not quite that thick, but I could almost stand a spoon in it
My ribs hurt from coughing *cough*
I think soup is a good idea for lunch. It's hot, I'm cold.
A quick update for the zombie runners - they've changed the venue. Apparently the barracks have been sold, so the race is now happening at a nearby paintball venue instead! Everyone should have had an email
I'm planning on fancy dress - zombie doctor! Braaaaaaaaaaiiiiiiinnnnnnnnsssssss........
In mundany news today, I had chilli marmalade sandwiches for lunch - they were cold and hot at the same time.
Thanks for the earworm Bookie *a whim away a whim a way....*
Towner wrote (see)
having a new boiler put in tomorrow mouse, i'll join your "its bleeding freezing in here" gang! Just had a text from Ollie... "Dad, can i be a Goth?...."...... not sure about this, im a (formerly long haired!) metal fan, this goes against the grain!
having a new boiler put in tomorrow mouse, i'll join your "its bleeding freezing in here" gang!
Just had a text from Ollie... "Dad, can i be a Goth?...."...... not sure about this, im a (formerly long haired!) metal fan, this goes against the grain!
Sounds to me like you have the perfect reason to educate Ollie about black sabbarth or sister's of mercy and the like of machinehead?
Which reminds me, I wonder what happened to that CD?
Ok - going out to get wet, or going out and will get wet, then getting wetter, then going for a run in the rain, then sitting around soaked.
Tomorrow I predict a cold no?
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