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    Re: The observation and asides thread

    That terrible joke is worthy of an infraction.
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    Re: Not with a Bang, but with a Sneeze?

    Yikes, Tenerife too. Wonder how many were there for half term.
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    Re: My Daily Stop at FG

    Bit similar to Devist8me, was stuck home with little ones, pre 2005. Initially on dial up and in secret from the ex husband because outside communication other than what he approved of wasn't...
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    Re: The observation and asides thread

    I hated the first book, had to read it for Uni. I won't be reading any others.
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    Re: Cold and Flu relief

    Vick's Vapour rub smothered on chest and back and ibuprofen or paracetamol to take the edge off it's very bad.
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    Re: Cold and Flu relief

    Ouchie, good luck tomorrow, hope it's reduced enough they can remove it, will feel amazing once its gone.

    I'd rather do childbirth with no pain relief than that sort of tooth pain.
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    Re: Adding a signature

    All is well thanks, apart from it's a bit damp underfoot, we've had enough rain for this year now.

    How's you?
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    Re: Adding a signature

    Hello there, welcome back!
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    Re: The observation and asides thread

    I will add, it has been bloody rough! The wind has been relentless and the rain at times was biblical. The thunder and lightning was so close this morning it tripped all my electrics and caused a...
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    Re: The observation and asides thread

    I assumed no trains were getting past the coast at Dawlish, I assume winds were too high to allow trains onto the bridge crossing the Tamar? what was the reason for nothing to be running in Cornwall...
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    Re: The observation and asides thread

    Four years?? I'll ask again, are you ok?
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    Re: The observation and asides thread

    Are you ok? It's been in the pipeline for six years and will be completed by 2023?

    We put up with years of hell whilst Bodmin was done and we'll put up with this cos we do appreciate the...
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    Re: The observation and asides thread

    Chickens.

    They used to be sat in the supermarket with their legs tucked in all sort of neat and tidy, these days they are waving their legs around in the air! What's that all about?
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    Re: The observation and asides thread

    I would have sorted the issue and had the washing done and in the drier by the time you walked to another room, found the phone, found your glasses and walked back to the machine to take a photo. ...
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    Re: The observation and asides thread

    Bangs head on wall, half an hour? really, basic search of 'E16 bosch washing machine' would have thrown the answer up. Two minutes.
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    Re: The observation and asides thread

    Good to have you back Magenta, hope you are well
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    Re: Eurail tickets

    We only saw Brussels train station as we got on a train to Bruges, very pretty place and I'd happily go back.

    I've never been to Paris, it doesn't appeal to me one bit.
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    Re: Eurail tickets

    I've done the Eurostar from St Pancras to Brussels. Very easy trip and its half hour in the tunnel, you notice the black doors close at the ends of the carriages and when they're there you know...
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    Re: The Christmas discussion

    I'll happily go back to more Pagan ways, in fact I am doing so now as the children get older and they move away from peer pressure. I'll teach them all the old ways and give them all wands and altars...
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    Re: And the next Prime Minister will be...

    God help us all, what a nightmare and what a terrible knife edge I've had to walk having a daughter who works for the local Conservative MP, and my god that agony was long and drawn out all day today...
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