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

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

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magooagain

3,301 posts

118 months

Bobberoo99

11,392 posts

46 months

Wednesday 13th November
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DickyC said:
glenrobbo said:
DickyC said:
ApOrbital said:
You need helop robbo it's near the trap door 3rd on your left.
We've started having Helop again?

Original or that new fangled fruit flavour nonsense?
Is that an abbreviated Heloplopter?
No, it's a sandwich spread. It's the consistency of Swarfega and tastes of linoleum. Except the new fangled fruit flavours. The lemon is pointless. It's so like lemon curd you might as well have lemon curd.
Do they do it in smooth and crunchy? Scrump only likes his crunchy!!! yes

DickyC

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35,025 posts

146 months

Wednesday 13th November
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Bobberoo99 said:
Do they do it in smooth and crunchy? Scrump only likes his crunchy!!! yes
Yup, actual bits of lino.

Scrump

6,848 posts

106 months

Wednesday 13th November
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Would it go well on a hot scrumpet?

Bobberoo99

11,392 posts

46 months

Wednesday 13th November
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Scrump said:
Would it go well on a hot scrumpet?
That all depends on how much you like the flavour of linoleum and the texture of swarfega!!! But then any heathen person who puts peanut butter on their Scrumpet, i mean crumpet, woudn't be put off by something as trivial as inedible gunge!!!!!

ApOrbital

6,735 posts

66 months

Wednesday 13th November
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Helpo,I blame the steak it was spot on thank you mrs Ap.

Bobberoo99

11,392 posts

46 months

Wednesday 13th November
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Well that's it, time for bed night chaps!!!

C2james

4,685 posts

113 months

Wednesday 13th November
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Don’t think I’ve been in here for a few years, has someone decorated?

glenrobbo

16,949 posts

98 months

Wednesday 13th November
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We gave the place a hosing down and a fresh coat of distemper after the incident with the herd of cattle in the east wing.


Bobberoo99

11,392 posts

46 months

Thursday 14th November
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Morning chaps wavey Tis a chilly and damp start to the day here Dahn Sarf!!

C2james said:
Don’t think I’ve been in here for a few years, has someone decorated?
glenrobbo said:
We gave the place a hosing down and a fresh coat of distemper after the incident with the herd of cattle in the east wing.
Well other than the above, we've moved some of the furniture around after the Major kept mistaking the trophy cabinet for the outside cludgie, there was an incident a couple of volumes back when I got stuck in the cupboard under the stairs and V6Pushfit blew up half the house with a large explosion gently forced the door open allowing me to get out, there was a spate of trolley racing in the East wing which resulted in one of the suits of armour being battered and a large portion of the wainscoting being gouged in what some called a "racing incident" but others saw as an outright suicidal bid to win at all costs, we've adopted/inherited/been given a couple of wild animals mascots in the form of Lionel the Lynx who lives in the woods at the back of the airfield, Penrose the utter nutjob crazy assed pelican and Percy the playful platypus who lives and indeed frolics in the large lake, Bomma still has a sizeable selection of out of date and sweaty ordnance in the rear of the large hangar which is best left well alone, Battert is still an enigma, DickyC is still our fearless leader, mentor and guardian of all trivia, but other than that not a lot has changed I guess!!

ApOrbital

6,735 posts

66 months

Thursday 14th November
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Morning all wavey

DickyC

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35,025 posts

146 months

Thursday 14th November
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And ApO was the inspiration behind our new range of bespoke personalised cuckoo clocks. His cries, "Ap-O! Ap-O! Ap-O!" on the hour. Bobbers' is, "Bob-O! Bob-O! Bob-O!" and so on. (Your personalised cry doesn't have to end O or Ooh, mine for example is "Dick-Kee!")

How about it? Can't you picture being awoken to the sound of, "See-Too! See-Too! See-Too!"

Easy terms! Only £9.99 per month for fifteen years.

Makes a great gift too, gift too, gift too.

ApOrbital

6,735 posts

66 months

Thursday 14th November
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Sounds nice Dc nerd

glenrobbo

16,949 posts

98 months

Thursday 14th November
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Morning all. wavey

I'm just munching my crunchy cereal, then I'm off Robbopopping for the long day shift until Daddy gets home from work.

Smoke me a kipper, I'll be back for breakfast...

glenrobbo

16,949 posts

98 months

Thursday 14th November
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Could someone please remind me to get some custard on the way home?

It's not for dessert. nono

It's just for pictorial proof that it's really me, and not some imposter.
I'm starting to have my suspicions. smile

Bobberoo99

11,392 posts

46 months

Thursday 14th November
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Nope it's definitely you, I can see you from here!!! Cooooooeeeeeeeee wavey

Bobberoo99

11,392 posts

46 months

Thursday 14th November
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I've just spent 2hrs compiling a list of stuff to help a chap at work who has an 07 plate Focus ST 225 with a few issues, he's pretty useless when it comes to cars, knows I am a bit of a fanboy and so asked for my help, I've done him a list of basics, mild upgrades and outright performance stuff, let's see how far he goes!!!!

james_TW

15,166 posts

145 months

Thursday 14th November
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I'm a zombie today - Fell asleep at about 1030*, woke up at 3 (bedroom light still on) and was awake until 5. Bin lorry woke me up at 630 ish (I think) and I dragged myself up at 730. I'm working from home today thankfully.

* The worst part was discovering a half drunk glass of wine next to the bed!

DickyC

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35,025 posts

146 months

Thursday 14th November
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james_TW said:
I'm a zombie today - Fell asleep at about 1030*, woke up at 3 (bedroom light still on) and was awake until 5. Bin lorry woke me up at 630 ish (I think) and I dragged myself up at 730. I'm working from home today thankfully.

* The worst part was discovering a half drunk glass of wine next to the bed!
And having to finish it.

james_TW

15,166 posts

145 months

Thursday 14th November
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DickyC said:
james_TW said:
I'm a zombie today - Fell asleep at about 1030*, woke up at 3 (bedroom light still on) and was awake until 5. Bin lorry woke me up at 630 ish (I think) and I dragged myself up at 730. I'm working from home today thankfully.

* The worst part was discovering a half drunk glass of wine next to the bed!
And having to finish it.
Well. Quite.

Unrelated - I'm sat at my desk and I'm listening to my "delightful" neighbour yelling and screaming at her son who is definitely of school age (he's 7 or 8 I think) and definitely not ill. The language is appalling between them both - Gotta love Barnsley....