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« Reply #50 on: 28/03/2009 22:41:22 »
I sometimes do also revel in the misery of others (stupidity.)

Schadenfreude.

You as well or you would not have posted the smiley face in obvious glee.
 

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« Reply #51 on: 28/03/2009 22:51:08 »
I sometimes do also revel in the misery of others (stupidity.)

Schadenfreude.

You as well or you would not have posted the smiley face in obvious glee.

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« Reply #52 on: 28/03/2009 23:38:52 »

Ohh I love Norfolk, Sherringham beach I have been too and Happisburgh ( why do they call it Hayesborough?!) Cromer was a bit chilly though! I've not been there for years though.

Right answer! especially the bit about Cromer!

Glad to see you're in with the local lingo on the pronunciation of Happisburgh! Legend has it that another village actually called haysborough (don't know how they would have spelt it) disappeared into the sea, and the next village along of slightly similar name adopted the pronunciation. can't see it myself, but who knows.

Damn, typing is hard after 3 pints of carling and no dinner.
 

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« Reply #53 on: 28/03/2009 23:52:23 »

Ohh I love Norfolk, Sherringham beach I have been too and Happisburgh ( why do they call it Hayesborough?!) Cromer was a bit chilly though! I've not been there for years though.

Right answer! especially the bit about Cromer!

Glad to see you're in with the local lingo on the pronunciation of Happisburgh! Legend has it that another village actually called haysborough (don't know how they would have spelt it) disappeared into the sea, and the next village along of slightly similar name adopted the pronunciation. can't see it myself, but who knows.

Damn, typing is hard after 3 pints of carling and no dinner.

I think its more likely than Atlantis!!!
Wroxham, pretty place seemingly owned by some chap called Roy..

Carling qualifies as dinner, its liquid like slimfast, but its called drunkfast instead.
 

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« Reply #54 on: 28/03/2009 23:54:30 »
My doctor has told me not to drink alcohol as it buggers up my medication :(

I do, though, sneak the occasional glass of red wine.
 

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« Reply #55 on: 28/03/2009 23:56:58 »
My doctor has told me not to drink alcohol as it buggers up my medication :(

I do, though, sneak the occasional glass of red wine.

Can you still drink with the straight jacket on then??

PS Where has Jimmy bonbon gone??
 

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« Reply #56 on: 29/03/2009 00:02:01 »
Wahay, carling counts as diet food? barman! ...

Well, I was waylaid by my neighbour on the way to the chip shop, as I was giving in to a month long craving for chips, and ended up in the local on the carling instead. Which is better? chips or carling?
 

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« Reply #57 on: 29/03/2009 00:04:45 »
Wahay, carling counts as diet food? barman! ...

Well, I was waylaid by my neighbour on the way to the chip shop, as I was giving in to a month long craving for chips, and ended up in the local on the carling instead. Which is better? chips or carling?

Carling first, chips on the way home.
 

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« Reply #58 on: 29/03/2009 00:05:11 »
My doctor has told me not to drink alcohol as it buggers up my medication :(

I do, though, sneak the occasional glass of red wine.

Can you still drink with the straight jacket on then??


I've mastered the technique.
 

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« Reply #59 on: 29/03/2009 00:06:11 »
Wahay, carling counts as diet food? barman! ...

Well, I was waylaid by my neighbour on the way to the chip shop, as I was giving in to a month long craving for chips, and ended up in the local on the carling instead. Which is better? chips or carling?

I can't get drunk on chips..no matter how many I eat!
 

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« Reply #60 on: 29/03/2009 00:10:05 »
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Carling first, chips on the way home.

Chip shop was closed dammit
 

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« Reply #61 on: 29/03/2009 00:14:47 »
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Wroxham, pretty place seemingly owned by some chap called Roy..

Yup. The biggest village store in the world. Although it's actually in Hoveton. Wroxham is the other side of the river. Going there tomorrow. Wroxham that is, not Roys specifically.
 

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« Reply #62 on: 29/03/2009 00:17:44 »
My doctor has told me not to drink alcohol as it buggers up my medication :(

I do, though, sneak the occasional glass of red wine.

Can you still drink with the straight jacket on then??

PS Where has Jimmy bonbon gone??

It is so good to be missed.



I went to the grocery store to get some thing I needed to fix the lamb brianni (or biryani, if you prefer) I am fixing for dinner. As a confirmed bachelor whose mother could not cook (she actually burned water, melting several aluminum pots and kettles) I learned to cook in defense. I like the relaxation, so ....
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« Reply #63 on: 29/03/2009 00:24:16 »
Of course I miss you, I can't hit straight!!!  :)

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I went to the grocery store to get some thing I needed to fix the lamb brianni I am fixing for dinner. As a confirmed bachelor whoes mother could not cook (she actually burned water, melting several aluminum pots and kettles) I learned to cook in defense. I like the relaxation, so ....

You find cooking relaxing? I find dialling the local takeaway much more relaxing!!!

 

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« Reply #64 on: 29/03/2009 00:27:15 »
I like biryani <hint hint>
 

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« Reply #65 on: 29/03/2009 00:31:15 »
I like biryani <hint hint>

I've got more of a chance as I said I missed him...
 

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« Reply #66 on: 29/03/2009 00:35:07 »
I like biryani <hint hint>

Then come on over for dinner. I have an extra bed should you eat too much.
 

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« Reply #67 on: 29/03/2009 00:39:50 »
I like biryani <hint hint>

*checks flight times
Then come on over for dinner. I have an extra bed should you eat too much.
 

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« Reply #68 on: 29/03/2009 00:42:46 »
I like biryani <hint hint>

*checks flight times
Then come on over for dinner. I have an extra bed should you eat too much.


Goody, goody, goody.

Oh, and FOG! Please post your comments outside the quotes.
 

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« Reply #69 on: 29/03/2009 02:16:24 »
LOL LOL..
 

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« Reply #70 on: 29/03/2009 02:38:23 »
I like biryani <hint hint>

*checks flight times
Then come on over for dinner. I have an extra bed should you eat too much.


Goody, goody, goody.

Oh, and FOG! Please post your comments outside the quotes.

Why? It keeps you on your toes looking for them. It's as stimulating as Dr Wotsit's Brain Training.
 

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« Reply #71 on: 29/03/2009 02:39:49 »
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t's as stimulating as Dr Wotsit's Brain Training.

I prefer Dr Brain's wotsits training..  ;D
 

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« Reply #72 on: 29/03/2009 03:43:05 »
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t's as stimulating as Dr Wotsit's Brain Training.

I prefer Dr Brain's wotsits training..  ;D

Actually, the Beaver is worked by remote control by a little old lady in Stoke-on-Trent, a very vicious little old lady who was once an assassin for the Mossad.
 

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« Reply #73 on: 29/03/2009 10:07:49 »
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t's as stimulating as Dr Wotsit's Brain Training.

I prefer Dr Brain's wotsits training..  ;D

Actually, the Beaver is worked by remote control by a little old lady in Stoke-on-Trent, a very vicious little old lady who was once an assassin for the Mossad.

She begat Slash.
 

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« Reply #74 on: 29/03/2009 19:24:38 »
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t's as stimulating as Dr Wotsit's Brain Training.

I prefer Dr Brain's wotsits training..  ;D

Actually, the Beaver is worked by remote control by a little old lady in Stoke-on-Trent, a very vicious little old lady who was once an assassin for the Mossad.

She begat Slash.

OK, Arcane or obscure UK reference there. I can't respond with the proper outrage unless you write like a sensible human being, not a toothed creature that gets its jollies by using its incisors to slash trees or by inanely trying to reproduce a biblical-type language style. If the latter, it was done quite clumsily.
 

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