Saffy we miss you chuck and keep protecting those badger's!
Had a rubbish night last night. Finally free and mate of the family whose a lawyer free to sign off my part of the paperwork for mum's will and stuff. I felt like throwing up after if I'm being honest. Still good news is don't have to worry about anything else now about it and because of time away from home and time getting back had a dirty MacDonald's got 20 chicken macnugger's in a share box but sarah didn't want to share so had to eat them all.
(((Cake))) *manly hugs* 'cos sometimes life gets really hard.
Afternoon all - I've been to the hair-cut-shop (a week early cos we're going on our holidays tomorrow yipeeee!!)
((joins in hugs))
*joins the hug-pile*
I would be up for a secret santa Mousey, can I be added to the list?
Liking the latest land pics mouse - is this one a possibility for you?
Even I can't eat chicken mcnuggets though.
I can't eat anything that was cooked by a clown.
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Evening all, am I too late to join in the hugs?
((((Saffy)))) very proud of what you're doing at the moment
Have a lovely holiday GFB
Great British Bake Off was a bit tense tonight!
I just be putting my mouth where my money is. I've the time to go out and protect the badgers but I haven't. The logistics with 4 cats is not easy. I have been fulfilling their amazon desires though. Every little helps.
Yes Mousey, little things are helpful for everything - if everyone does their little bit then things change
*gives bookie a special late-comer's hug*
Hi Mr P - keep thinking about tartiflette when I see your name now Mmm.
In further food news, I don't know what to do for tea. I'm thinking some kind of stew or casserole as it's wet and horrible here.
Also, our neighbour has put his bin out before 10am, and collection is not until tomorrow. It is in the way of the drive. He is not a thoughtful bin-custodian.
Madness Madbee but what colour are the bins?
That poor bin, left out all alone.
It's not really a bin. It is in fact a clever disguise used by the CIA for conducting covert operations. They've tapped in to the British obsession with bins and are using it against us. There's actually a small man hidden inside spying on the neighbours, who, I'm assuming, are international drug traffickers...
Eeeek!! A little like the refuse-based version of the wooden horse of Troy?
(Cake, it is black but with a blue lid. It is the recycling bin - or at least a very clever copy of one.)
Either that, or it's living plastic and there are autons on the loose. In which case look out for a man with a blue box.
I'm meant to be writing a presentation. I haven't started yet...
I was supposed to be starting a newsletter for work, but now I'm too worried about being bugged and watched from the bin so I can't concentrate. Do you think that will wash as an excuse when I haven't done it by the end of the week..?
I haven't made much progress on the presentation. But I have got a Portuguese pork stew in the oven
Evening!Today I took Mini to MacDonalds dressed as a fairy as she wanted a fruit shoot. I remember when I had standards
It comes to us all KJ.
I remember the first time I ever shot a do-you-fucking-want-some-then look at an innocent bystander who just glanced at Rob screaming his way round Sainsbury's in the trolley.
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