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Posted: Today at 06:45


Oh kieran, now you'll be competing with Mrs G for run time - uh oh

((((Snaily)))) Mr s behaviour is just human nature because he is sad and scared but that doesn't mean its acceptable

Fatty pants. Having trouble withup hills? Just go down hill. Simples 

Sluggy, I can only imagine what the antiseptic wash is doing to your hair. How long will you be in hozzie? Keeping everything crossed for you. 

Daffy is indeed right. A Dutch oven apparently does involve farting and trapping someone under the duvet although I'm sure there is also an authentic slow cooking version too

I have a tower PC. Can't remember last time I used it. Use my tablet all the time but just for reading, surfing the net etc.

Hope londinium was in one piece when you left it, DL

Buddhist bus- yup, you're all quite right, I need to deal with it. The only other car driver has dropped out due to other commitments.  Apparently I'm giving a presentation to 40 people tomorrow. Anyone who knows me will understand this the last thing on earth I want to do and I'm beside myself 

Noggs still on holibob ?

Waist well


working at it slowly

Posted: 20/10/2014 at 06:40


Hills in Essex, pippi! Not proper hills like you have oop  norf but defo enough to make it interesting. Uphill first mile clocked at 11mm, mile 6 slightly down hill/flat 9.36mm

Spence, if youre sleepless in Brum isn't there something more restful you can do like drink chamomile tea rather than surf the net. Of course enterungvraces is OK;-) 

Monday= Buddhist study= yums taxi service for group members. It makes me grumpy cos I'm one of the busiest members if the group but my passengers don't work. I know it shouldn't but.....

working at it slowly

Posted: 19/10/2014 at 21:24



Yummy looking pud, Pippi  A race you say? How hoobacious 

Well raced Spence and mandax

Hope SM is adjusting to life without her not so friendly friend.

What's not to like about cross country, kieran? 

(((( tubbs peepers)))) where are we going on holiday? 

Glad to hear you're taking the diet easy, PM. 

~~~~~~come home merry ~~~~~

I heard the expression Dutch oven today. Are you familiar with it, chuggy...

Welcome newbies  

I have raced a local 10k today. Bit hilly but made in home in 1:01:55 so mustn't grumble Nice medal and one of our runners supplied some superb cakes  Mrs Dawg is doing fine.

M....eldy, its luffly n  mild out there 

working at it slowly

Posted: 17/10/2014 at 13:44


I can't believe you've not run since your marafun, Daffy. 

Welcome NR. Lots of good advice here but none from me 

Awww, bless Emess taking his mummy to hozzie  Remind me when you're having your vibrator fitted, sluggy 

DL, you Carry onbreaking the equipment and you'll get detention

Goodto hear you found your friend's house before they ate all the food, chuggy. 

Helping out in Italian sounds fun, Podds. Pasta or pizza?

Fab running there, westie 

Mrs Dawg is doing well. She's back to sunbathing and troughing pasta, chicken, sardinians and veg  

working at it slowly

Posted: 15/10/2014 at 08:22

Oh dear, I see marafun fever is in the lounge

* turns around and tippy toes out*

((((Snaily))))) You could travel round the country staying with WAISters and entering races. G'won, you know you want to. 

(((Pippette)))) hopefully things just seem different because she still recovering from germblies.  Time lapse chap sounds inspiring. Have you heard of a film called Samsara? Its silent, just amazing images from around the world(OK there's a weird bit bout factory farming which I skip)

DL, as others have said, that's pretty typical teen communication.

Daffy, you is well important meeting there  

Well done on the Yorkshire marafun, MC and the positive write up from hod.

Kieran, you're doomed, doomed I say  

Podds,  I'm guessing you aren't the only person in your group who feels like you do. I trust you are being a good girl and doing what fizzyow tells you ?

Sluggy, the blind man is coming to measure up? Will he bring his dog? 

Bless Monty. It can take some time for them to realise that they are staying 

Good luck with the eyes Friday, tubbs. Will you get a pirate patch?

Mrs Dawg had 15 teef removed yesterday. She slept most of the evening but has managed to suck up a small morsel or two for breakfast. Well, three bixie wheats, chopped chicken and a large mug of tea 


working at it slowly

Posted: 13/10/2014 at 06:41


Raining lots here and has been all night.

Kieran, I think your marathon idea is fantastic Hurry up and choose one.

Welcome, Lisa. Yes, you'll fit in fine here 

Wow, when chuggy masters the voice thing we'll see her on youtube shattering glass.

Stebbing 10 miler,  Spence

Don't forget your sou'westers, wellies and ark, people



working at it slowly

Posted: 12/10/2014 at 19:25


Hope you finally got the bed changed and didn't disturb Herr Klaggers too much, m.....eldy  

What is miss Spence planning to study at VIth form, Spence?

Sluggy, I know a few names from that list but am a music numpty  really. Sounds quite ambitious but will sound beautiful 

Did amandax return??

Welldone on the run, PM 

Love the sound of your day, podds 

I have runned 7 smiles with run club chums, been a domestic goddess etc I seem to have accidentally entered  a10 mile race  How careless 

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Posted: 11/10/2014 at 21:26

Gawd, shut that racket up, daffy 

Awwww, sweet hedgeypig, pippi  Sounds like he'll be happy in the next door garden

Cross country cake? Sounds like a fabulous race to me  I hope your race has cayke, mandax

Talking of cayke, I've just eaten 2 squares of Tottenham cake 


working at it slowly

Posted: 11/10/2014 at 17:09


Oooh, that's ashiney new PB, spence. Quite dazzling 

Snaily, if you have your house back, where is Mr snail?  

Music sounds interesting, sluggy throw me some composers names as I can only think of Thomas Tallis and even that may be in the wrong context.

LOL at Sharkey sleeping on the Fri club shark. Bless him 

Been in the big smoke today for a mooch round portabello rd. Brought bob the Buddha home with me. He's around 300 years old so I figured he could do with a permanent home. Mrs D has gouged her sore face but the swelling is significantly reduced and she's loving chicken and ham as 'hospital' food.

So, anyone racing tomorrow??

working at it slowly

Posted: 10/10/2014 at 20:15

M......eldy, nooooooooooo!  What caused that? Have you been burning your knickers again and it overheated?

LOL at taking SM and MS shopping at the same time, sluggy.who behaved worse ?

(((Larry)))) a walk sounds just like what the Doctor ordered  

Have a great birthday meal for Mr far far, Jenni 

I have a cold fridge n freezer with stuff in it. Hooorah 

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