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15 minutes ago, lifetime fan said:

 

You can cheer yourself up knowing you have great taste in clothes mate. 

 

Even if you cant wear them. 

Cheers man, that’ll come handy walking around st kilda barechest in the winter, whilst some fucking yokel struts his stuff in my finest.

 

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2 hours ago, arthur friedenreich said:

Stayed in a holiday let over the weekend in country Victoria.

Place was a pretty new build, and we were there Friday til sunday.

I went down there wearing a brand new paul smith merino v neck jumper, the missus packed Sunday morning whilst I stuck the bikes on the car.

Get home and no fucking jumper.

Now i wore it friday, we stayed in, i never wore it to bed, and Saturday i wore completely different fucking clothes, so how the fuck this jumper has disappeared is a mystery.

property owners are adamant it's not there, so they are either telling porkies, or the cleaner is strutting around in my fucking jumper.

fucked me right off, futile fucking bollocks that i can't change, but is battering me head.

puts a terrible fucking vibe on the trip now as well.

The cunt is probably using it as a goalpost. 

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29 minutes ago, SammyAftershave said:

Life is too short to be overly concerned with ill fitting butt plugs.

Steady there 

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7 hours ago, arthur friedenreich said:

Stayed in a holiday let over the weekend in country Victoria.

Place was a pretty new build, and we were there Friday til sunday.

I went down there wearing a brand new paul smith merino v neck jumper, the missus packed Sunday morning whilst I stuck the bikes on the car.

Get home and no fucking jumper.

Now i wore it friday, we stayed in, i never wore it to bed, and Saturday i wore completely different fucking clothes, so how the fuck this jumper has disappeared is a mystery.

property owners are adamant it's not there, so they are either telling porkies, or the cleaner is strutting around in my fucking jumper.

fucked me right off, futile fucking bollocks that i can't change, but is battering me head.

puts a terrible fucking vibe on the trip now as well.

I had moths eat 2 John Smedley merino jumpers, 2 John Smedley merino polo's and a Royal Mer Breton jumper. Little fucking gets. 

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10 hours ago, lifetime fan said:

 

 

Here come the OCD / Health and Safety brigade. 

 

Bet you turn the fucking telly off at the wall when you go to bed at night too don’t you, sad bastards. 

Cant be to careful Col.

 

 

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10 hours ago, lifetime fan said:

I’d rather burn to death than my life be that fucking crap. 

Every chance of that happening going by your breakfasts, mate. 

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20 hours ago, lifetime fan said:

 

Fucking bewildered not aggressive Cath. 

So much swearing, then.

 

I like things as they’re meant to be; unused switches in the off position, cupboard doors closed after use, top back on the toothpaste, that kind of thing

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1 hour ago, Pistonbroke said:

Whilst having a wash or shower and you catch your eyelid and it turns in on itself, rather uncomfortable. 

Have you got baggy eyelids ? Never heard of anything like this in my life. 

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Just now, Bjornebye said:

Have you got baggy eyelids ? Never heard of anything like this in my life. 

It's a common thing mate. 

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26 minutes ago, Lizzie Birdsworths Wrinkled Chopper said:

 

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Thats horrible. 

 

hang on.... wonder if mine are flexible? back in a bit 

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The ever-increasing number of lorries hogging the inside lane on motorways. It often means that on 3-lane stretches there is only one lane you can use to pass them as one of them will inevitably trundle into the middle lane and take the best part of 5 miles to overtake the other. Also, because the road signs are on that side, they always get obscured.

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15 minutes ago, Trumo said:

The ever-increasing number of lorries hogging the inside lane on motorways. It often means that on 3-lane stretches there is only one lane you can use to pass them as one of them will inevitably trundle into the middle lane and take the best part of 5 miles to overtake the other. Also, because the road signs are on that side, they always get obscured.

Lorries should only be allowed to use the inside lane. The problem is when one enters the second lane and tries to overtake another lorry which is in the inside lane at about 2 miles per hour faster than it. This then takes about 5 minutes and only gives cars and vans only one lane to use,as you described.

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8 minutes ago, Lizzie Birdsworths Wrinkled Chopper said:

Honestly don’t know how I looked at it to send it.

 

Anything to do with eyes makes me hideously squeamish.

We used to play man-hunt and all sorts as kids, running through bushes and stuff. How none of our eyes ever ended up inhaled on a branch is beyond me. 

 

I read a story a few years ago about it happening to some kid and thinking about what we used to do as kids nearly gave me a panic attack. I'm sure many of us on here should be dead really from childhood shenanigans. 

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32 minutes ago, Bjornebye said:

We used to play man-hunt and all sorts as kids, running through bushes and stuff. How none of our eyes ever ended up inhaled on a branch is beyond me. 

 

I read a story a few years ago about it happening to some kid and thinking about what we used to do as kids nearly gave me a panic attack. I'm sure many of us on here should be dead really from childhood shenanigans. 

A swing under a bridge over the ralla was mad , as we swung out when a train was approaching through the short tunnel ,a slow moving diesel mind, and wave at the driver , also when egging as a kid we used climb down the little Orme with a rope made of all kinds of stuff tied together , madness when I think back to where we got down to as there was a drop of a good few hundred foot to the sea and the crumbly rocks that came away when you tried to hold on

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