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Old May 13th 2007, 5:21 am
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Originally Posted by Ka Ora!
Go and do some work
So that is why I love ironing.


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Originally Posted by Mitzyboy
Fish

Might go for a drink later, maybe Denia
Nice bars there

Hows work?
Work is OK, got a flat out week next week, so wont be on much, but its all money for the future eh?


I may go for a couple later, the future MIL is coming round at 9, so out of the house by 8.45 hopefully!
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The siesta forum has gone mad I was only away from my computer less than an hour and this thread started and had loads of posts and the male chauvanists have started one that already got loads of posts. And there was me thinking I am the only sad person who sits on this site on a Sunday afternoon
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Originally Posted by sam parky
The siesta forum has gone mad I was only away from my computer less than an hour and this thread started and had loads of posts and the male chauvanists have started one that already got loads of posts. And there was me thinking I am the only sad person who sits on this site on a Sunday afternoon
too hot outside
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Hey Jdr, just noticed the yellow ribbon. Thanks for painstakingly helping me lol.
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Originally Posted by lynnxa
too hot outside
I wish it was too hot here. Its sunny but gale force winds and not nice to sit in
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Originally Posted by sam parky
The siesta forum has gone mad I was only away from my computer less than an hour and this thread started and had loads of posts and the male chauvanists have started one that already got loads of posts. And there was me thinking I am the only sad person who sits on this site on a Sunday afternoon
GONE mad, it always bloody was!
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Originally Posted by rugbymatt
GONE mad, it always bloody was!
Well yes, I suppose I will have to agree with you there
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Originally Posted by jdr
They are only girly ones, I want a mans tanktop, like what Big Pete wears.
The tank top that you really want is the multi coloured fair isle one that Roger Moore used to model when he was a male model before he became an actor. Maybe he should have carried on modelling knitting patterns.

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curry here, bye people!
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Old May 13th 2007, 7:13 am
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Originally Posted by The Oddities
The tank top that you really want is the multi coloured fair isle one that Roger Moore used to model when he was a male model before he became an actor. Maybe he should have carried on modelling knitting patterns.

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Big Pete says its gotta be double stitched, so it doesn`t unwind when I get dancing after a couple of real ales.
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Big Pete says its gotta be double stitched, so it doesn`t unwind when I get dancing after a couple of real ales.
A stitch in time saves nine...or so I'm told.
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Originally Posted by crispygirl
A stitch in time saves nine...or so I'm told.
nine what? ......... I've often wondered about that, nine what?
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Originally Posted by Mitzyboy
nine what? ......... I've often wondered about that, nine what?

Stitches, if you see something is coming undone then one stitch in time will save nine.......why do I feel you are having me on.
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Originally Posted by crispygirl
Stitches, if you see something is coming undone then one stitch in time will save nine.......why do I feel you are having me on.
How can it come undone, I haven`t got it yet ????
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