Kwilter with a K

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What do they call him/her now?

Posted: 05/07/2012 at 22:27

Wow! Can we all say "narrow minded bigot"?

Yes, thought so. And occasionally I wonder why I don't bother looking on RW any more.

Why would it make any difference at all to you what genitals someone else has, or they choose to do with them? If you're really that curious why not ask the person?

Fucking pathetic!

edit: Open minded?? don't make me laugh!

BB's kitchen

Posted: 05/03/2012 at 21:36
Jeezus Beebs, I must have someone (KK) on ignore, your uterus and bagel post is TOTP!

the person underneath...

Posted: 03/03/2012 at 20:16


The person underneath is planning to watch DVDs tonight

BB's kitchen

Posted: 02/03/2012 at 20:45

Milk and ketchup...perfect shopping list Bridget. How's your mum in law doing?

Lovely FB photos of A&H, Beebs, they're both looking very grown now!

Hunted and gathered, fed the family, now settling down with a cheeky glass of something alcofrolic and the second season of Sherlock on DVD.

For anyone not on FB, my latest bloods came back at less than 1, so undetectable, so still clear. This is unofficial, as I phoned the dragon at the GP, who tried to insist I needed to review my dose with the GP. <sigh>

Blogs, Twitter, Facebook, Forums

Posted: 02/03/2012 at 20:40

Facebook for keeping in touch with widespread friends and family, this place less often as I've retired from running, used to blog regularly, but haven't for over 18 months, and don't read as many...I can't remember the last time I read one to be honest.

I spend a lot of time on another hobby forum, it's just reached over 2,000,000 members, so there's always a thread to interest/annoy/educate/inform or just amuse...and no spam!

Broadband, TV and Phone Deals

Posted: 28/02/2012 at 20:42
Cheers BDB, I'll look around at other BB suppliers.

Broadband, TV and Phone Deals

Posted: 28/02/2012 at 20:06

Anyone have any experience with trying to reduce their package? (oooh err missus!) We've currently got Virgin for broadband, landline and TV cable, but I'm thinking about getting rid of the TV part and getting freeview instead.

Is it too much hassle to faff with for saving a bit of cash, or worth it?

a thread for knitters

Posted: 27/02/2012 at 18:42

My first thoughts:

Rose Tyler's mitts: Nice pattern! I might queue this for one of my Christmas knitted gifts. Practice the cabling before you go out and buy wool at £15 a ball. Gloves are often done on dpns, again, it might be worthwhile to have a practice with some cheaper wool as you can sometimes get looser stitches where you change needles. It's made with double knitting wool, so widely available in the UK

Amy Pond scarf: Tension's less important on a scarf than something that has to "fit". The cables and lace would make it a challenge if you've not done them before. The chart is clear to read and I like the option of following written instructions. Sport weight wool, personally I'd sub DK or aran depending on what I could buy.

I'd use a solid or semi solid yarn for either project rather than multi colour as the cables will show better. Hope that helps, and doesn't sound too patronising (some patronisinhg is good, just not too much )

a thread for knitters

Posted: 25/02/2012 at 20:03
I did something similar with a bit of handspun, I just cast off at the end and left them. Maybe you could stitch the rabbit ears together.

the person underneath...

Posted: 25/02/2012 at 10:05


The person underneath had their first lie in for ages

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l'il leppies on BBC2 
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work experience placements for year 10s

any suggestions? 
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Who speaks Latin?

I'm after a translation please. 
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Message for Rattler

about the submarine film you're making me watch 
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What can I do in Oxford on a Sunday

suggestions please 
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People that need a damn good slap

add your personal favourite to the list 
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I'm planning to,

and I'm only watching on TV 
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still nothing then...

Good luck everyone racing tomorrow xx 
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