Today I have been mostly...

Does exactly what it says on the tin. Some of the nonsense contained herein may be very loosely related to The Sisters of Mercy, but I wouldn't bet your PayPal account on it. In keeping with the internet's general theme nothing written here should be taken as Gospel: over three quarters of it is utter gibberish, and most of the forum's denizens haven't spoken to another human being face-to-face for decades. Don't worry your pretty little heads about it. Above all else, remember this: You don't have to stay forever. I will understand.
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Tinkering around on t'internet, wishing i was eating Pista's apple crumble.
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Washing my old Ajax shirt for Wednesday night, such a current fashion item in both Leeds and Merseyside :lol:
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hiking for charity. 10 miles in 2 1/4 hrs
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Swinnow wrote:Washing my old Ajax shirt for Wednesday night, such a current fashion item in both Leeds and Merseyside :lol:
i have a number of Ajax/Man U match day scarves you can borrow :innocent:
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paint it black wrote:hiking for charity. 10 miles in 2 1/4 hrs
... :lol: ... KUDOS!!! That's what you call win-win ... ;D ...
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paint it black wrote:hiking for charity. 10 miles in 2 1/4 hrs
Sounds pretty high EQ to me :innocent:
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paint it black wrote:i have a number of Ajax/Man U match day scarves you can borrow :innocent:
Ughhh, half and half scarves, hmmmmm. Could you knit me a Sisters / Mish one next time you get your needles out? :lol: 8)
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Had a nice chat to a friend. Had my eyebrows waxed then off for a swim at the spa I'm a member of. Off to work at the national Trust shop. Now reading HL and I have a chuckle! :P
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elamanamou wrote:Had a nice chat to a friend. Had my eyebrows waxed then off for a swim at the spa I'm a member of. Off to work at the national Trust shop. Now reading HL and I have a chuckle! :P
We joined the National Trust, gives us places to take the children to.
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You do realise that the National Trust expect you to take the kids home again afterwards, or was that just where me and the former Ms Swinnow went wrong?
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Funny thing happened today. Closed shop ready to cash up when a man knocked on the door's and said is his wife inside!! :lol:
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Never tried that one, mind you she never liked Brimham Rocks as much as the boys did.
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elamanamou wrote:Funny thing happened today. Closed shop ready to cash up when a man knocked on the door's and said is his wife inside!! :lol:
I can think of worse things than being locked in an NT shop. A jar of honey, a picnic rug and a book on sundials and I'd be set for the night.
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Celebrating another European trophy.
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Planet Dave wrote:Celebrating another European trophy.
Not as good as fourth place though :kiss: :roll: :innocent:
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just got back from a rare saturday afternoon in town.....and i had a great time!


new nike: £31 reduced from £57
first 2 game of thrones novels from charity shop: £2.50 the pair
big box of noodles with garlic chicken and black bean sauce chicken - £4
chatted up by a female who wasnt retarded/blind/ancient who hadn't met me before (which means she was purely going on my "good" (lol) looks not my brilliiant wit : free!

well worth the fact that the place was crawling with [s] pigs [/s] [s] police [/s] pigs toting sub-machine guns. :roll:
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Pigs with guns - purely security theatre.

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remember the olden days of irish republicanism? didnt they mostly attack police/military targets before slaughtering schoolchildren? perhaps the cunt-stabulary are doing it out of the kindness of their hearts... :roll:
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And they gave warnings so that generally it was just property damage
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Vacuuming, doing laundry, doing dishes, proofreading, etc. My effin' back and neck are killing me! Grrrrrr! :evil:
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