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Old 10-26-2013, 04:20 AM   #51
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Stirling doesn't like arthropods. I know what you mean about feeling mean, so almost never eating it. In my case it's shrimp, langoustines, crab, lobster, crayfish, am I forgetting any of the yummy arthropods?
guess that about covers it tax.unless you are into eating spiders,scorpions & centipedes that is...at least with those boys there's no fighting over who gets a leg.....!!
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Old 10-26-2013, 04:30 AM   #52
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Thanks Harry. Thanks CG. And yes, I grilled the lettuce outside.
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Thanks Harry. Thanks CG. And yes, I grilled the lettuce outside.
pleasure matey!you're up late or early?isn't it about 4am over there?
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Wendy's chocolate frosty - the best reason to stop! Ran in yesterday for a 4-count chicken no-gut order because I was starving and almost bought one of those coupon booklets for me! $1 for ten coupons for small frosties? Winner!
Shrek wanted a 50-gallon Frosty...
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pleasure matey!you're up late or early?isn't it about 4am over there?
Early, late... every three hours it seems.
New puppy.
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Old 10-26-2013, 01:54 PM   #56
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Early, late... every three hours it seems.
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worse than babies mate!!
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worse than babies mate!!
She's got something going on "down there" That's why she's been having to piddle so often. Hopefully these pills I just picked up for her will keep me off of the computer in the wee hours
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Old 10-26-2013, 06:08 PM   #58
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Wow, sounds like when I was in basic training when I joined the RCAF.
That was Wales for you. What the hell they thought we'd get up to if we stayed out after ten I never found out. Bangor, back then, was the last place God made and was completely dead with not a soul on the streets at night. Cafes closed at 6pm and pubs at 10pm and there were no nightclubs.

My family had a holiday caravan (trailer) near Bangor and if I wanted to go and stay there with my parents or grandmother for a weekend in term time I had to produce a letter from my Father (my Father, mark you, not my Mother or Grandmother) asking permission for me to have an exeat! I was 19 in my first year and old enough to be married with a couple of babies!

Male students at our place were not required to live under such stringent rules which we thought very unfair. One girl who got locked out of her hall of residence and was caught sleeping on the floor of a male friend's room (yes, the floor, honestly) got sent down but he didn't even get a telling off.

I don't mind telling you, Bangor was a shock to the system after the fleshpots of Manchester!

Sorry, off topic again
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She's got something going on "down there" That's why she's been having to piddle so often. Hopefully these pills I just picked up for her will keep me off of the computer in the wee hours
no pun intended of course,pac!!
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It never crossed my mind, Harry
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