SUPPORT/CHAT/GENERAL - 2008

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Hi all, hope you are all ok today

Glad to hear things are okish, mm. Take care and Im thinking of you <:)>

Queenie - Im so pleased to hear that hubby is doing ok. Thats great news. Hugs to you too <:)>

Im now sat watching Paul O'Grady. He makes me laugh and his dogs Olga and Buster are just so cute!

Love to all <:)>
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Darcy, I think you had a Darcy moment dear. We blondes would NEVER do anything so dipsy
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Maybe you might benefit form one of your crazy workouts in your crazy fitness suite!
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LOL Darcy, thank heavens for dark nights eh? :lol:

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Darcy, when I went over to Ireland a few years ago I tried to get in a car with the wrong auntie. She wasn't my auntie at all, just some poor random woman who had stopped her car outside the railway station and had one of those faces that were vaguely familiar.
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Bupster wrote:I tried to get in a car with the wrong auntie.
That should be on a T-shirt...lol. Absolutely brilliant!

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That's a Father Dougal moment if ever there was one!

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Ahh Hellaw Ted....

Susie did you know, someone has gone to the the trouble to set up http://www.feck.net/

Sorry lost in Father Ted world again....

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Including the FAQ Can I make my computer say Feck?

I'm feeling a lot better about the wrong auntie thing already.
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Oooooh thanks for that Mark, on my way to check it out now - could do with a good laugh :lol:

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Bupster - That's one of the funniest things I've heard in a long time. Superb...lol

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bupster

surely 'The Wrong Auntie'?

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how many therapists does it take to change a light bulb? only one, but the light bulb has to really want to change...

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Hi All

Hope your all well.
Bupster & Darcy that is fricking hilarious! The amount of dumb 'blonde' things I have done over the years...

My husbands brother is over from QLD so he is coming over tonight for dinner. We would normally drink shite loads but I'm not having anything to drink. I just have too much to do tomorrow and there is NO way that I will be able to do it hung over. Will be great to see him though - i'm looking forward to it.

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Have you ever been out in the street and frantically waved at someone only for them to look at you like you're mad and then you realise it's not who you thought it was? Or is that just me? :oops:

Have a good night with the rellies Becs, hopefully the EAF will give you a swerve <:)>

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like two pees in a pub ted.

how are all my lovely boozehounds doing on here?

im coming up to 7 months sober now. although in that time of got through about 3 bottles of night nurse which contains 17% ethyl alcohol...so in all ive probably drunk about half a bottle of wine..maybe a bit more. Im wondering where that sits in this whole thing..really i havent been completely alcohol free...does it matter?
Enough time wasted on this.

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Hiya eddy!

Wow 7 months is fantastic, well done <:)>
I really don't think 3 bottles of Night Nurse counts, the alcohol content isn't enough to get a newt pissed. And it's proper medicine. :lol:

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there's alcohol in my mouthwash but i don't worry unless i've drank it on purpose... sometimes i prefer not to look.

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I'm watching a programme on C4 called 'Saving Africa's witch children' - absolutely heartbreaking.
Christianity has been totally twisted in Nigeria - they believe bad things don't just 'happen', there is always a human cause. These poor little children bear the brunt, they are burnt, beaten, and tortured in the most horrendous ways, many just disappear. How on earth can an innocent child be labelled a witch?!!!!! Anyone else watching it?
By the way, this is in no way a slur on Christianity - indeed I am not inciting any kind of religious hatred :roll:

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I'm watching Prince Charles and getting really into it. Which is a bit of a worry.

This is not a late pitch for the John Major by the way.
Do not wait; the time will never be "just right." Start where you stand, and work with whatever tools you may have at your command, and better tools will be found as you go along. George Herbert

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bupster - you won it without even trying...
how many therapists does it take to change a light bulb? only one, but the light bulb has to really want to change...

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