Tell Us Something Really Trivial About Your Life (Vol 32)

Tell Us Something Really Trivial About Your Life (Vol 32)

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DickyC

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34,714 posts

145 months

Wednesday 23rd October
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magooagain said:
Good morning everyone.

Most days it's hard for me to manage myself. Just the thought of working alongside other humans makes me hide under the covers.
As a little boy I was what my dad called a 'Bolshie little bd.' The first time I heard the expression Human Being was in a family conversation and I announced that I wasn't a being I was a human. For some reason this was recorded in family folklore the other way round and whenever I was sounding a bit inflexible my dad would say, "I'm not a fewman, I'm a bean."

V6 Pushfit

10,988 posts

57 months

Wednesday 23rd October
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DickyC said:
As a little boy I was what my dad called a 'Bolshie little bd.' The first time I heard the expression Human Being was in a family conversation and I announced that I wasn't a being I was a human. For some reason this was recorded in family folklore the other way round and whenever I was sounding a bit inflexible my dad would say, "I'm not a fewman, I'm a bean."
Are you a number?

DickyC

Original Poster:

34,714 posts

145 months

Wednesday 23rd October
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I am the new Number 2.

Bobberoo99

10,880 posts

45 months

Wednesday 23rd October
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DickyC said:
I am the new Number 2.
EEEEEUUUUWWWW!!!! yikes

V6 Pushfit said:
Bobberoo99 said:
What you need is a Manager to bring in the latest innovative management systems to lean out your processes and improve attendance through engagement, personal development opportunities, goal driven improvements and of course there's always following the clearly defined disciplinary process!!! yes
I need a Red Bobbo that’d sort out the management
CCOOOOOEEEEEE wavey At your service sir!!!!

It is indeed the daily bks I have to listen to Bomma, there have been some absolute crackers over the years, the current one is "Leveraging our position to exponentially outgrow our end markets!!! rolleyes You can't even get material to the machines on time you muppets!!!

Scrump

6,550 posts

105 months

Wednesday 23rd October
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As I was leaving the house this morning Mrs Scrump said
"Look at Rachel Riley's boobs, the left one is darker than the right one!"
Rather than give a quick answer and continue to work I decided to give the issue my attention . I spent quite a while watching Countdown to gather data on Rachel Riley's boobs. cloud9

gaelicstorm7

121 posts

85 months

Wednesday 23rd October
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ApOrbital said:
Well i best go make some drinks for the massive.
Julie Andrews for me please (Tea, milk, no sugar)

Cheers !

glenrobbo

16,535 posts

97 months

Wednesday 23rd October
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DickyC said:


It's good but a bit of a pastiche and rather more upbeat than you'd have thought appropriate.

The One Step Beyond influence is undeniable whereas, considering the subject matter, perhaps Diving In My Car would have been a better starting point.
That's just what we need in Our House. smile

Morning all! wavey

I input the keyword 'Linger' into the coded messages from yesterday's rather confusing intercepts and have now become even more baffled. confused

I'm getting: "Lingalong with Langford", "Slopes' Ding-a-ling" and "Ling Long Merrily I'm High".

I am now concerned for our agents in the field. And I have just realised that I shouldn't have trusted that fart just now. weeping



glenrobbo

16,535 posts

97 months

Wednesday 23rd October
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gaelicstorm7 said:
Julie Andrews for me please (Tea, milk, no sugar)

Cheers !
But... but... but a spoonful of sugar helps, surely?

Bobberoo99

10,880 posts

45 months

Wednesday 23rd October
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Just when I thought it couldn't get any worse..................*sigh*
Still it's Wednesday, which means it's halfway to the weekend already!!! bounce

ApOrbital

6,548 posts

65 months

Wednesday 23rd October
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gaelicstorm7 said:
Julie Andrews for me please (Tea, milk, no sugar)

Cheers !
We are running monster and fanta today take your pick.

227bhp

9,745 posts

75 months

Wednesday 23rd October
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I saw a rat in my garden the other day, so put out a trap, it managed to get the slice of potato off the side of the trap without triggering it.
Not to be deterred last night I squashed some peanut butter into the centrepiece of the trigger and made up a little 'garage' with three bricks so it had to enter from the front to get to it.
This morning the trap has gone.
So if you have a cat which came home with a trap attached to it could I have it back please? Or maybe it was a a big strong rat.
The next design will be a longer deeper tunnel so anything bigger than the rat can't get in.

glenrobbo

16,535 posts

97 months

Wednesday 23rd October
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227bhp said:
I saw a rat in my garden the other day, so put out a trap, it managed to get the slice of potato off the side of the trap without triggering it.
Not to be deterred last night I squashed some peanut butter into the centrepiece of the trigger and made up a little 'garage' with three bricks so it had to enter from the front to get to it.
This morning the trap has gone.
So if you have a cat which came home with a trap attached to it could I have it back please? Or maybe it was a a big strong rat.
The next design will be a longer deeper tunnel so anything bigger than the rat can't get in.
scratchchin It could have been a Geldof.

Bobberoo99

10,880 posts

45 months

Wednesday 23rd October
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glenrobbo said:
227bhp said:
I saw a rat in my garden the other day, so put out a trap, it managed to get the slice of potato off the side of the trap without triggering it.
Not to be deterred last night I squashed some peanut butter into the centrepiece of the trigger and made up a little 'garage' with three bricks so it had to enter from the front to get to it.
This morning the trap has gone.
So if you have a cat which came home with a trap attached to it could I have it back please? Or maybe it was a a big strong rat.
The next design will be a longer deeper tunnel so anything bigger than the rat can't get in.
scratchchin It could have been a Geldof.
I wonder if it's Lionel the Lynx having some fun!?!?!?

ApOrbital

6,548 posts

65 months

Wednesday 23rd October
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Good job rat was not in your kitchen ub40.

Bobberoo99

10,880 posts

45 months

Wednesday 23rd October
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ApOrbital said:
Good job rat was not in your kitchen ub40.
Ever since 227bhp first posted I've had that song in my head!!!! smile

glenrobbo

16,535 posts

97 months

Wednesday 23rd October
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Bobberoo99 said:
ApOrbital said:
Good job rat was not in your kitchen ub40.
Ever since 227bhp first posted I've had that song in my head!!!! smile
It's a rat trap and you've been caught.

glenrobbo

16,535 posts

97 months

Wednesday 23rd October
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I'm just thinking of synthesised Rolands...

Bobberoo99

10,880 posts

45 months

Wednesday 23rd October
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We've just lost our compressed air!!!! rofl

Bobberoo99

10,880 posts

45 months

Wednesday 23rd October
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grumpy It's back on again!!!!

bongtom

627 posts

30 months

Wednesday 23rd October
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No. Baby. Yet.