Tell Us Something Really Trivial About Your Life Volume 38

Tell Us Something Really Trivial About Your Life Volume 38

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spikeyhead

14,499 posts

174 months

Saturday 14th May
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Morning most, evening paua

I'm home from the wedding and having breakfast in bed.

Magooagain said:
Don't go breaking my heart" was number one when I spent a very interesting week at Mundesley.
I've been there a few times since but it wasn't as romantic.

Hold tight Miss Futtete!
I spent a week or two in a holiday camp in Mundesley when I was about 12, so about 1977

Bobberoo

29,601 posts

75 months

Saturday 14th May
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Me: We've won the lottery!!!!! bouncewoohoopartybeerdrink








Mrs Bobbers: Calm down It's only a fiver!!
Me: grumpy

Bobberoo

29,601 posts

75 months

Saturday 14th May
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Mrs Bobbers has just dropped a bombshell, little Miss goodytwoshoes was kicked out of her French class at school for continually mucking around!!! rofl

slopes

34,661 posts

164 months

Saturday 14th May
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Bobberoo said:
paua said:
Went out for lunch. Had thought to spend a day cutting wood, but it has drizzled all day, so we've been in front of th fire burning it, instead.
No GR news yet?
42S out.
Sadly not.
Starting to get worried about Glenners, he’s usually about somewhere or at least contactable.
Really hope he is alright

Byker28i

41,971 posts

194 months

Saturday 14th May
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Bobberoo said:
Mrs Bobbers has just dropped a bombshell, little Miss goodytwoshoes was kicked out of her French class at school for continually mucking around!!! rofl
Extra credits isn't it? Preparing for a life in france and their love of protests/disruption? biggrin

Watching the recording of welsh class and catching up, we did large numbers as part of it, to which a mate told me "Ask Alexa what 100 coffee beans is in Welsh"...

Edited by Byker28i on Saturday 14th May 10:56

DickyC

42,132 posts

175 months

Saturday 14th May
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Jumped into the car, depressed the clutch and engaged first while simultaneously reaching back for my seat belt.

It would have been so much more impressive if I'd turned the engine on first. Or the ignition. Or at least fished my keys out of my pocket.

/Joe Cool

Bobberoo

29,601 posts

75 months

Saturday 14th May
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Byker28i said:
Bobberoo said:
Mrs Bobbers has just dropped a bombshell, little Miss goodytwoshoes was kicked out of her French class at school for continually mucking around!!! rofl
Extra credits isn't it? Preparing for a life in france and their love of protests/disruption? biggrin

Watching the recording of welsh class and catching up, we did large numbers as part of it, to which a mate told me "Ask Alexa what 100 coffee beans is in Welsh"...

Edited by Byker28i on Saturday 14th May 10:56
yikes I heard about that a while back!!! rofl

Bobberoo

29,601 posts

75 months

Saturday 14th May
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DickyC said:
Jumped into the car, depressed the clutch and engaged first while simultaneously reaching back for my seat belt.

It would have been so much more impressive if I'd turned the engine on first. Or the ignition. Or at least fished my keys out of my pocket.

/Joe Cool
rofl

spikeyhead

14,499 posts

174 months

Saturday 14th May
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Having a lazy Saturday after a few beers and dad dancing at the wedding yesterday

Bobberoo

29,601 posts

75 months

Saturday 14th May
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spikeyhead said:
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Having a lazy Saturday after a few beers and dad dancing at the wedding yesterday
How's the aches and pains after the accidental kickboxing?

We've just arrived home after a pleasant lunch out and a spot of shopping, i now intend to spend the afternoon researching the NC500 for next year!!

slopes

34,661 posts

164 months

Saturday 14th May
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Lady Slopes and i are researching our next foreign adventure, planned for when she is 2 yrs shy of 60 and i am 2 yrs past 60, so a while yet.

Stop sniggering at the back grumpy

The plan is to visit the Maldives and until we go, it will be caravan trips which i am okay with if it means one big once in a lifetime holiday to look forward to

hammo19

2,987 posts

173 months

Saturday 14th May
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Cut grass, gutters cleared, trip run completed, bird food purchased, made wife bacon butty for lunch now in sun gazing at the lambs in the back field.

Bobberoo

29,601 posts

75 months

Saturday 14th May
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*snigger*

Right now our house smells amazing as Mrs Bobbers is making home made sausage rolls!!! lick

Bobberoo

29,601 posts

75 months

Saturday 14th May
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Mmmmmmmmm sausage rolls!!!! lick

Byker28i

41,971 posts

194 months

Saturday 14th May
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slopes said:
Lady Slopes and i are researching our next foreign adventure, planned for when she is 2 yrs shy of 60 and i am 2 yrs past 60, so a while yet.

Stop sniggering at the back grumpy

The plan is to visit the Maldives and until we go, it will be caravan trips which i am okay with if it means one big once in a lifetime holiday to look forward to
do you like just sitting on a beach? Go one step further and look at Sri Lanka, especially the trips that travel around the country. Amazing value, brilliant people, fascinating place that changes if you go high to colonial tea country, low to the center, historical ruins etc, towns like Kandy and the temples, then beautiful beaches. The best, most interesting holiday we'd been on.

hammo19

2,987 posts

173 months

Saturday 14th May
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Byker28i said:
do you like just sitting on a beach? Go one step further and look at Sri Lanka, especially the trips that travel around the country. Amazing value, brilliant people, fascinating place that changes if you go high to colonial tea country, low to the center, historical ruins etc, towns like Kandy and the temples, then beautiful beaches. The best, most interesting holiday we'd been on.
Bit of political unrest there at the moment.

PositronicRay

23,801 posts

160 months

Saturday 14th May
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Bobberoo said:
Mmmmmmmmm sausage rolls!!!! lick
Truly scrumptious.

slopes

34,661 posts

164 months

Saturday 14th May
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hammo19 said:
Byker28i said:
do you like just sitting on a beach? Go one step further and look at Sri Lanka, especially the trips that travel around the country. Amazing value, brilliant people, fascinating place that changes if you go high to colonial tea country, low to the center, historical ruins etc, towns like Kandy and the temples, then beautiful beaches. The best, most interesting holiday we'd been on.
Bit of political unrest there at the moment.
Changed her mind, now she wants to go to the Caribbean and in particular St Lucia rolleyes

Magooagain

7,547 posts

147 months

Saturday 14th May
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hammo19 said:
Byker28i said:
do you like just sitting on a beach? Go one step further and look at Sri Lanka, especially the trips that travel around the country. Amazing value, brilliant people, fascinating place that changes if you go high to colonial tea country, low to the center, historical ruins etc, towns like Kandy and the temples, then beautiful beaches. The best, most interesting holiday we'd been on.
Bit of political unrest there at the moment.
I had a week in the Maldives then a week in Sri Lanka. Both were fantastic. Nearly got blew up at Columbo airport due to unrest in 2000. Still the biggest loss of civil aircraft ever. Tamil Tigers.
I went back in 2015 to Sri Lanka and it's even better.
Choose the hotels wisely though.


Mmmm sausage rolls!

Frazzled Prawns n posh salad later!


Now then Glen?

Bobberoo

29,601 posts

75 months

Saturday 14th May
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It's funny, we've only been abroad a couple of times, despite my mum living in Spain, I enjoy travelling abroad but the idea of being stuck in a hotel with nothing but a beach/pool doesn't interest us in the least!!!