'Mature' runners.

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28/01/2003 at 21:36
Night night - off to snuggle down in the sty :)
28/01/2003 at 22:53
Anyone Home?

Too late as usual. Takes so long to catch up from the last time I was here. Still its nice to see some life in the "mature" set.

Weather was a bit chilly today so wimped out and went to the gym again. Covered 5 k on the treadmill and another 5k on the rowing machine. I wish someone hadn't told me that cross-training was a waste of time.

Time for a little telly.

28/01/2003 at 22:54
it isnt mate

Goodnight, and well done
28/01/2003 at 22:55
Incidentally on the topic of whether one should use an up to date picture to avoid confusion. Mine is about 12 months out of date but I may get a new one during the upcoming strike/war.
28/01/2003 at 23:01
Good idea
its a tad inflammatory!,
28/01/2003 at 23:04
Hi Hippo,

Just been over to the Wild Grover thread which never ceases to amaze me.. Probably get flamed for poking my nose in (if you'll pardon the expression) but I just don't seem to live in their world.

Nice to see not everyone goes to bed at 10.

Enjoy the horlicks.
28/01/2003 at 23:07
its gin, love
mothers ruin
Got to enjoy self before 36 hour shift
28/01/2003 at 23:17
Good taste. Thins the blood too, tho' I find it does slow me down a bit if taken too soon before a run.

36 hours sounds like a double marathon. Time to get New Labour to reform you're sweatshop hours. What do they think they are? Thatcherites?
28/01/2003 at 23:18
We are JUST so dedicated
No, the reforms havent reached registrar yet
And whrn they do, ill be a consultant
complete WEEKS on call, no gin
29/01/2003 at 09:04
Morning all. Glad to see Norah's as good a tipster as me!
29/01/2003 at 09:21
Morning folks. My, it's cold.
29/01/2003 at 09:45
Ooops. You're right, JJ. That should have read: My, it's cod. (Contemplating fish for supper and wondering what the local fish monger has on offer.)
29/01/2003 at 09:52
Morning, people.

<wipes snout on sleeve>

How are you all today? :)
29/01/2003 at 10:05
I'll keep my eyes peeled, JJ, but you're the champ.
Morning, Piglet. How's the cold?
29/01/2003 at 10:32
Morning all you southern softies, its not cold its bloody freezing, still got the thermals on, liberty bodice at the ready just in case we get a really cold snap.
29/01/2003 at 10:56
Bog snorkeling?
29/01/2003 at 11:06
Given the headlines today I just have to ask Wee Piglet THE question:

Do you have toys in your Pigsty?

If not, in line with the new DEFRA guidance, the forum will club together and get you some.

Now just what sort of toys do you like??
29/01/2003 at 11:29
JJ give us a clue what is Quidditch.
29/01/2003 at 11:33
Morning meerkat - the cold's much better today, thanks. I was let down last night on the Veggy Cough Remover front - still haven't got my crubeens on it - but am looking forward to sampling it. I hope you're well (apart from that painful peeling thing you're doing with your little eyes!)

Morning JJ. I feel better today, thank you, and am glad to hear that you managed to scrub all the nasty gubbins off your suit. Today's outfit sounds really lovely! I particularly like your taste in shirts, but I'm v. sorry to hear about the little spots on your tie. Do you think it might be contagious? I wouldn't get too close if I were you.
29/01/2003 at 11:37
sfh legs - I have <snuffle> no toys at all in my little sty <piglet's little lip begins to tremble>.

I'd like an Action Pig, please, and I think a little bouncy ball would be fun :-)

(Umm.... Would some sort of video game machine be out of the question?)
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