Tell Us Something Really Trivial About Your Life Volume 37

Tell Us Something Really Trivial About Your Life Volume 37

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Bobberoo

Original Poster:

25,761 posts

67 months

Thursday 27th May
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No sign of White Stiletto, 550man, Dibble, GOG440, g3org3y, peqoud or many others yet???

Well it's way past my bed time, night chaps!!!

DickyC

40,000 posts

167 months

Thursday 27th May
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Well I found it and I didn't receive a memo.

You did send a memo, presumably?

glenrobbo

26,544 posts

119 months

Thursday 27th May
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Bobberoo said:
What ho Pastie Bloater!!! Nice to see you made it, just ignore glenrobbo's tea stains, they might get painted over at some point!!!
It wasn't my fault.

8,500 13,500 rpm in 4th In a teacup wasn't my idea. Sheer lunacy! yikes
Its a miracle any of us survived, I tell you.

Edited to show actual revolutions per minute of teacup and contents.

No wonder it's all up the walls and dripping off the ceiling. Mental! rolleyes

Edited by glenrobbo on Friday 28th May 00:19

Pastie Bloater

694 posts

132 months

Thursday 27th May
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Scrump said:
I have your coke over here. I will flash my very bright LED headlights to show you the way hehe
Not when I'm on a bloody kool-aid comedown you miscreant, my poor retinas paperbag
Thanks though I'm gasping after the journey.

550man

136 posts

131 months

Friday 28th May
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wavey I’m here! I was tucked up in bed at the time of the Great Passing (although I could have sworn I heard the unmistakable pop of corks from the bottles of Blue Nun and Black Tower from the cellar).

Nice and shiny in here (except the tea stains). Thanks Bobbers, Scrumpercilessness, Glennrobbo, His Dickyness and all the others involved in constructing this fine 37th volume.

IOTN, had my first jab this morning. Arm still on.


550man

136 posts

131 months

Friday 28th May
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Btw Glenrobbo,

Have you thought about investing in a good quality teaspoon. Not a Krupp 17(b) but a proper durable item?

It may help avoid a similar ‘incident’ in future.

Bobberoo

Original Poster:

25,761 posts

67 months

Friday 28th May
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Morning chaps wavey
After yesterday's beautiful sunshine and 18 degrees, I have awoken today to grey skies!!! frown

A durable, high quality teaspoon?!?!? What sort of place do you think this is??? We use only the finest plastic disposable spoons from the now defunct Little Chef over in Trivton Magna!!!

ApOrbital

8,739 posts

87 months

Friday 28th May
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Good morning all wavey

Pastie Bloater

694 posts

132 months

Friday 28th May
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Ey up wavey

spikeyhead

13,136 posts

166 months

Friday 28th May
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Morning all

Why am I up so early?

ApOrbital

8,739 posts

87 months

Friday 28th May
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It's because you did not mind the gap.

White Stiletto

732 posts

18 months

Friday 28th May
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Good morning all.

The Sat Nav was playing up so I couldn't find you yesterday, all is well now however. Apparently I input an incorrect address.

Today I shall mainly be sitting in traffic on the M25 and assembling furniture - not at the same time, the sitting in traffic will be on the way to and from the furniture gig. Why is it called self assembly when it doesn't assemble itself?

That's all for now

Bobberoo

Original Poster:

25,761 posts

67 months

Friday 28th May
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Are you not able to multi task?!?! rolleyes
But you do raise an interesting point about it being mislabelled!!!

Today I will mainly be continuing with the risk assessments I started yesterday, I have however been given some pleasant news, I have been asked if I would continue my work with the Alpha's for the time being and keep my early shift too!!!

nonsequitur

19,096 posts

85 months

Friday 28th May
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Bobberoo said:
No sign of White Stiletto, 550man, Dibble, GOG440, g3org3y, peqoud or many others yet???

Well it's way past my bed time, night chaps!!!
bowtie

550man

136 posts

131 months

Friday 28th May
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It’s starting to fill up in here now. I can barely see across the room to the padded vestibule to check if it was hosed down last night.

That sounds like good news for you Bobbers.

Ah, White Stiletto, the term is ‘self assembly’ is it. I always thought it was ‘shelf assembly’ (probably because I first head Sean Connery use the term in a low budget political thriller - his acting was rather wooden) and was so confused about why so many people were putting up shelves, why there was an entire industry and pine forests focused around shelves and, ultimately, what kind of assembly shelves needed in any event.

I feel like a weight has been lifted off my shoulders.


DickyC

40,000 posts

167 months

Friday 28th May
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Oh, lawks! The regular bookbinder wasn't free so a newcomer has been let loose on Volume 36. Deep red calf with geometric pattern endpapers. I know! It will stand out like a sore thumb amid the British Racing Green calf with marbled endpapers. The Hippies have a lot to answer for.

McAndy

8,850 posts

146 months

Friday 28th May
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:PokesHeaInTenatively:

Hello. Been a while. wavey

DickyC

40,000 posts

167 months

Friday 28th May
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McAndy said:
:PokesHeadInTenatively:

Hello. Been a while. wavey
My word! A Founder Member has popped in to see us.

McAndy, my dear chap, how are you? Welcome, welcome. I never did come back to your neck of the woods to further investigate abandoned petrol stations. Remiss of me.

McAndy

8,850 posts

146 months

Friday 28th May
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DickyC said:
My word! A Founder Member has popped in to see us.

McAndy, my dear chap, how are you? Welcome, welcome. I never did come back to your neck of the woods to further investigate abandoned petrol stations. Remiss of me.
Hey Mr C! All going OK, thank you. It's been a busy few years, but thought I'd pop in for old times' sake and to see if I still knew anybody smile

How have you been keeping? Safe and well, I trust?

DickyC

40,000 posts

167 months

Friday 28th May
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McAndy said:
Hey Mr C! All going OK, thank you. It's been a busy few years, but thought I'd pop in for old times' sake and to see if I still knew anybody smile

How have you been keeping? Safe and well, I trust?
Yes, thanks. Retired, hatches battened, cars fettled, gardening attempted, beer drunk. Yup, that's about it. Oh, no, I'm also now something of an authority on daytime television.