no appointment necessary!
I cheated and bought ready done veg. Managed to overcook it mind.
Now, do I have a quick nap before I dive back into my work??
I would just like to go home and snooze thank you very much
I didn't answer cos I've never had and never needed a cover for my phone. It lives in a little pocket in my handbag, in my back pocket of running shorts, on my desk or on my bedside table. It doesn't get to party like a lot of others do.
I have an iPhone 4 but I have a very expensive Mdot cover on mineYou can buy the cheapy eBay ones and if they are crap then let the rest of us know so we dont waste our money That reminds me, I just need a plain black cover for mine and I keep forgetting
a couple of tiny scratches on the back when it's inadvertently shared a pocket with keys - but nothing on the front.
debbo - Jjunior got me a dead bling sparkly leopardprint case for mine.
From one of those pretend market stalls in a shopping mall. It's losing a few jewels now, and is a bit grubby around the outside, but to be honest I've kept it on all the time because I think the iPhone is a slippery little bugger and I'm sure I'd have smashed it several times over by now if I'd not had some sort of cover.
edit: what I mean is, it makes it much easier to hold.
I am home and so far still awake !!!
I don't have an iPhone but I have a smart phone.
I have a screen shield on the front and a cheap cover from ebay on the back. My phone normally kicks around in the bottom of my handbag with keys and all the other clobber we tend to accumulate in our handbags
Congrats to all those who raced today. It was very cold when I woke up this morning so getting out and running a race would not have been welcome on my agenda. And double congrats on the PeeBees
I have no other news
Presumably you are too old to have them whipped out dear?? I would always have a cover I think although I dont have a screen protectorSchmunks, no unwanted visitors?? ( I dont mean Barlos)
I had mine out when I was small. Thankfully.
they are much more cautious about removing them nowadays aren't they........
I think that it is bedtime.nos da
I had mine out when I was 19, after a quinsy Oh the fun. They promised I could go home if I ate cornflakes and a horrible bread roll...then they changed their mind. Mind you, I'd been having tonsilitis every month for 10 days a month since I was about 12, so I could put up with that Whip 'em out Cas.
i tried with the cycling club again today and i got dropped on the long hills.the shorter ones I could justabout cope with.so after snowdon i will be hitting the bike....not that i have ran more thsn 10 miles in total in the last few weeks
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