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PostPosted: Tue Aug 22, 2017 11:34 pm 
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Looking forward to Reading away, shame it's not till April.

Owt going on, lovely people?

always get a few plastics and so on, but in general the Royals are not a bad lot - in fact you could say "southern softies" ! :)



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A few live here in Didcot, they're alright. A young lad a few doors down from me does away games, so deserves credit.


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Monkey. Great to hear from you.


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I said to the baker..
"How come all your cakes are 50p and that one's £1"
He said..." that's Madeira cake"



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Police have confirmed a man has been arrested in Burnley after falling into a combine harvester whilst trying to steal it.

He is due to be bailed tomorrow...



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one of my my molars have divided into two, one has upped and gone, leaving a sharp cut mountain range ... the only one that's given me problems last 25 years. So one cut mountain range left ... and f***k my tongue, agony, as it rubs the tooth!! Aaaaaargh!!!!!!



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one of my my molars have divided into two, one has upped and gone, leaving a sharp cut mountain range ... the only one that's given me problems last 25 years. So one cut mountain range left ... and f***k my tongue, agony, as it rubs the tooth!! Aaaaaargh!!!!!!


It's what dentists are for.


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Northerner terrifies Londoners by saying "Hello"

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PT0ay9u1gg4





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daib0 wrote:
Northerner terrifies Londoners by saying "Hello"

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PT0ay9u1gg4





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I auto-treated it, with a nail file. It's the only tooth without a nerve. Much better now!!



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I auto-treated it, with a nail file.


Been there done that. I also do my own chiropody, ingrowing toenails a speciality.


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There's too much information on this thread. 8-) :wave:


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:lol: :lol:



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Hakuna Matata wrote:
There's too much information on this thread. 8-) :wave:


Exactly hat I was thinking HM (not surprisingly ;) ) Unless you want intimate details of using the NHS Bowel Cancer Screening envelope :oops:



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OK, let's lighten it ---




What time did the chinese man go to the dentist?

... Tooth hurtie !! :D



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Sheep farmer wrote:
Hakuna Matata wrote:
There's too much information on this thread. 8-) :wave:


Exactly hat I was thinking HM (not surprisingly ;) ) Unless you want intimate details of using the NHS Bowel Cancer Screening envelope :oops:


Just think of the exciting anecdotes we will be swapping, if we ever meet for a drink somewhere, Sheepy. 8-)


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Monkey. Great to hear from you.

Good to be back.


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Sheep farmer wrote:
Hakuna Matata wrote:
There's too much information on this thread. 8-) :wave:


Exactly hat I was thinking HM (not surprisingly ;) ) Unless you want intimate details of using the NHS Bowel Cancer Screening envelope :oops:


After several colonoscopies, I'm sure I could handle those details :lol:


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Becs wrote:
Sheep farmer wrote:
Hakuna Matata wrote:
There's too much information on this thread. 8-) :wave:


Exactly hat I was thinking HM (not surprisingly ;) ) Unless you want intimate details of using the NHS Bowel Cancer Screening envelope :oops:


After several colonoscopies, I'm sure I could handle those details :lol:


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I have only ever had one and that was more than enough for me. Talk about loss of dignity!


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I have only ever had one and that was more than enough for me. Talk about loss of dignity!


I've had those, plus three natural births, countless smears, several intimate biopsies, part of my cervix removed and recently I had to have my womb lining removed. When I get to 47, I'll be invited in for a mammogram. I think my dignity has long since gone :lol:


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Becs wrote:
Hakuna Matata wrote:
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I have only ever had one and that was more than enough for me. Talk about loss of dignity!


I've had those, plus three natural births, countless smears, several intimate biopsies, part of my cervix removed and recently I had to have my womb lining removed. When I get to 47, I'll be invited in for a mammogram. I think my dignity has long since gone :lol:



After all that Becs I'm grateful that I just had to shave once a day(oh and cough once for the district nurse when I was 10 :oops: ) - who'd be a woman?



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I have only ever had one and that was more than enough for me. Talk about loss of dignity!


I've had those, plus three natural births, countless smears, several intimate biopsies, part of my cervix removed and recently I had to have my womb lining removed. When I get to 47, I'll be invited in for a mammogram. I think my dignity has long since gone :lol:



After all that Becs I'm grateful that I just had to shave once a day(oh and cough once for the district nurse when I was 10 :oops: ) - who'd be a woman?



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Becs wrote:
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I have only ever had one and that was more than enough for me. Talk about loss of dignity!


I've had those, plus three natural births, countless smears, several intimate biopsies, part of my cervix removed and recently I had to have my womb lining removed. When I get to 47, I'll be invited in for a mammogram. I think my dignity has long since gone :lol:


Having bits cut off, does not constitute a diet you know Becs. :o


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Having bits cut off, does not constitute a diet you know Becs. :o


:lol:

Have also lost my appendix, my tonsils and adenoids, some of the turbinate bones in my nose and a tooth. I'm going to heaven piece by piece :lol:


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Becs will probably give me a big smack, but on a Blackpool forum -


If you're on the motorway and the person driving in front of you turns on the wipers when it's not raining, it can only mean one thing.

She will be changing lanes...


:oops: :lol:



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Becs will probably give me a big smack, but on a Blackpool forum -


If you're on the motorway and the person driving in front of you turns on the wipers when it's not raining, it can only mean one thing.

She will be changing lanes...


:oops: :lol:



You foolhardy, but brave, brave fool.


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Hakuna Matata wrote:
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Becs will probably give me a big smack, but on a Blackpool forum -


If you're on the motorway and the person driving in front of you turns on the wipers when it's not raining, it can only mean one thing.

She will be changing lanes...


:oops: :lol:



You foolhardy, but brave, brave fool.


well, I'm out of stone throwing distance currently living in North Spain! :)



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NORTHAMPTON TOWN

At present propping up League one must be a big disappointment to the Chinese company that supposedly paid £6m for a 60% stake in the club just a few months ago. Edinburgh their manager paid the price and has gone and replaced by Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink.

First interview by new boss:
https://www.ntfc.co.uk/news/2017/september/jfh_060917



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I have been given permission to do as I wish with this link.

It is music, glorious, classical music, played by one of our number and I love it. So I wanted to share it with you.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yEVmGOEMJLE


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Did one of you mischevious neighbours hack the BBC?! :lolno:

Newcastle subtitle error leaves BBC red-faced

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-tyne-41473443

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