Peter Everitt

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Black Friday

Posted: Today at 13:51

I suspect a lot of the so called bargains are actually bought cheap specially for the day and aren't such a deal as they appear.

We all like new stuff of one kind or other and who doesn't like a bargain? But how about a bit of self-respect and dignity? It's all a bit pathetic really.

Black Friday

Posted: Today at 11:27

Snap - was just looking at the story on the BBC website and felt the same. We are living in an ordered, civilised society and yet people will display some very uncivilised behaviour for some cheap tat that you could probably get somewhere on the internet for a similar price at other times of the year. What would it be like if we had real problems like a lack of water?

'That' charity christmas song..........

Posted: 26/11/2014 at 17:24

Quick, where's my wallet? God help us!

BBC's Children in Need is another that should be banned. Let's just have Sir Bob on demanding money and get back to the usual schedule. All the comedy specials are always so lame. I know lots give their time to make the programme but even so it costs someone a big pile of cash to do it. Surely that could be used to better effect? And what do they do with all the money raised - does it get used or sit gathering interest?

And to the point raised earlier regarding self-interest - lets face it, prior to the original bandaid concert, many of those artists were already fading away including Queen and Sir Bob.

'That' charity christmas song..........

Posted: 26/11/2014 at 15:07

Could they have made more money for the charity if they had asked people to donate or they'll make a new version of the bandaid song?


Posted: 24/11/2014 at 15:08

Is it wrong to laugh when people mention having a poo? Or have I failed to grow up?

Time for the annual brussels sprouts thread

Posted: 22/11/2014 at 20:56
Dave The Iron Ex- Spartan wrote (see)
We had sprout flowers the other day....

Look like sprouts with a shaggy kale like top, really scrummy

I got some of those the other day from Waitrose - looking forward to trying them with my Sunday roast!

activinstict magazine

Posted: 18/11/2014 at 18:16

Dave - so was I. Wedding dresses are very expensive and should never be used for domestic work in a dirty kitchen. They cost a fortune to dry clean..

activinstict magazine

Posted: 18/11/2014 at 17:59

Dave, the trend for a white wedding dress was started by Queen Victoria long before there were any white or other coloured kitchen appliances. The blending in you refer to is just a happy coincidence.

Training with Lupus

Posted: 04/11/2014 at 20:17

You are doing quite a lot already and more than many! But Little Miss Happy has a good point - it's very easy to overdo things when you feel good but patience is everything. If that was your first run it may be worth a break of a day or two just to be sure you aren't overdoing it. Good luck!

Training with Lupus

Posted: 31/10/2014 at 20:42

How about some pilates? There are different levels to each exercise so you can start off easier and build up. It'll help build your core strength which will pay dividends when you eventually pick up (pun warning) the pace with running.

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I'd be in a lot of trouble.. 
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Why not ditch the forum and just have adverts! 
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Thieving gits!!! 
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I have! 
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First run in rather a while! 
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A thread for those on the bench for the long term..

A chance to have a guilt free self indulgent whinge 
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Christmas ads on the telly...

Please, just bugger off! 
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