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  1. #1041
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    lol typos are diificult to avoid late at on the old dodgy little samsung s2 with small screen and different lanuages on the keyboard flipping in and out and I think its reached its termination date... usually done when sitting and helping my autistic son and get distracted....................

    Looking at getting a new tablet now.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by NavyDiver View Post
    I have had fun in my lifetime of seeing girls and boys some of who both seem to have expertise in being grossly unreasonable. Oddly one of my kids became one of them, Very happy to say he is at work for me at the moment and is entirely or mostly reasonable now. FIVE YEARs OMG. Never Give UP. Some times I am a sod + according to my two younger crew. Pulled one out of the shower to help do the dinner dishes a short time ago. Gosh I was a ***** apparently. No stess about a sentence or grammar from me Sash. Typos are my forte

    I mean never give up. It hurts clearly mate. Thanks for sharing.

    Typos are my forte
    A lot of folk can't spell forte let alone know what it means. Not to worry James, we all are capable of doin' fortes as well as typos even if one doesn't have a Piano.

    It is the Crescendo that ****es me off.

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    I think our present crop of "Sunday Drivers" are driving so slowly that they now have to start on Saturdays to get where they are going!
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    I wanted to buy this shirt today, but the wife flatly refused, which made me grumpy. Grumpy old buggers thread
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    Quote Originally Posted by RANDLOVER View Post
    I think our present crop of "Sunday Drivers" are driving so slowly that they now have to start on Saturdays to get where they are going!
    Of course you do realise that you'll be slowed down for two days in a row? They will have to drive home as well don't forget, so could be on the road for three days. Not a nice thought that.


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    Quote Originally Posted by RANDLOVER View Post
    I think our present crop of "Sunday Drivers" are driving so slowly that they now have to start on Saturdays to get where they are going!
    The main reason being, the increase in traffic congestion.

    It seems,since Covid,no one wants to use the public transport system.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scarry View Post
    The main reason being, the increase in traffic congestion.

    It seems,since Covid,no one wants to use the public transport system.

    Not unless one doesn't mind looking like Al Capone on a Bank Stickup & travelling by Tram car as a Getaway tool.


    Hey Paul, how come you gave up your job as CEO Of Virgin Air? Soz, my humblest. different spelling.

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    Mia Culpa Bugger

    Puncture as a bit of a bother. My little compressor did the trick and pumped up did my short distance work then home to drop the wheel off with a nicer trolley jack rather than the kangaroo or bottle beside the road had me smiling. Then I left the keys in the car

    Wheel changed, Puncture found and up for a cuppa. About two hours later battery is dead. I know not to leave the keys in. I know the locak down has had very very limited running time. I should have known but BUGGER Charger is on so back for a 2nd cuppa now

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