Analyse this

 

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Date: 01 Feb 2007
Time: 11:26:13 -0000
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Glad to hear you are feeling better chuck.

I didn't get a wink of sleep all night due to a very sore throat and Dan's snoring. Then when I did manage to get off to sleep at 4.30 (4.30! I was up at 5.00 for a 6 miler) I dreamt that I was just about to get off with Windy when all my teeth fell out! I woke up in a cold sweat and decided that sleep was not for me that night ans so headed out running early.

Anyway, I am now in the process of burning Bob a mixed CD and have brought in a Kirsty MacColl album to get a track from it and the CD isn't in the box...which means Dan has shoved it in a box and it could be frakkin' anywhere. He is not in my good books. And I have discovered that my idea of absolute hell would be to sit in a traffic jam listening to a best of Phil Collins CD that I have had to rip some tracks off for Bob - there isn't one single track on there I could sit through.

And I went to Merry Hill last night and bought a red dress. xx

Re: Analyse this

 

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Date: 01 Feb 2007
Time: 12:20:28 -0000
Remote Name: 84-45-245-18.no-dns-yet.enta.net
 

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I couldn't sleep Monday so you have my sympathy, and at least your mugs are all still intact, though you have more stamina than me still getting up for a run at 5. Twas ever the way with good dreams, they end to soon, I remember that one with me and Clarkson....... I presume the red dress is for Stephen and your dinner? I rather fancy a red frock myself but think i will wait until summer when I have a bit of colour, the only brown bit of me is my neck which I wear factor 50 on in a vain attempt to avoid the total lizard skin look xx

Paranoid

 

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Date: 01 Feb 2007
Time: 12:34:07 -0000
Remote Name: user-514c4286.l3.c5.dsl.pol.co.uk
 

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I can't keep myself from checking my teeth now! It was a very vivid dream, it took me a while to realise it was a dream when I woke up. One minute I'm on a promise and the next I'm screaming! And I hadn't touched a drop of alcohol either. I had some strong coffee in order to head out the door, the run soons wakes you up no matter how tired you feel, as long as you don't keep thinking just how long six miles is in the car! I do feel a little lethargic now - just right for one of those art history lectures we used to have when the room was warm and the speaker deathly boring...zzz

 

Re: Paranoid

 

From: Ozzy Osbourne
Date: 01 Feb 2007
Time: 12:39:28 -0000
Remote Name: 84-45-245-18.no-dns-yet.enta.net
 

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That tooth thing means something, I am not sure what but I have had it, mind you I had just read Stephen King's Tommyknockers when she finds a spaceship buried in the forest and all her teeth fall out, whihc alos reminds me of the art history lectures during which I read a couple of Stephen King books, particularly during good old George Nozlopy's, god bless him, mine of knowledge, impenetrable accent xx

Hell's teeth

 

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Date: 01 Feb 2007
Time: 12:44:43 -0000
Remote Name: 84-45-245-18.no-dns-yet.enta.net
 

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Dreaming you do not have teeth represents malnutrition!!! Hva e look at that page I just sent you xx

Hen's Teeth!

 

From:
Date: 01 Feb 2007
Time: 12:50:12 -0000
Remote Name: user-514c4286.l3.c5.dsl.pol.co.uk
 

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I have your email and also looked it up - basically it could be one of three things but having my teeth fall out just before I fall into bed with Windy has me putting it all down to the attractiveness one. That and the fact I had just been saying to Maggie that I wasn't eating enough, maybe some kind of crossover! They all started coming out at once, horrible.

Anyway, I remember old George, I wonder if he's dead? xx

Re: Hen's Teeth!

 

From: Hen Bandy
Date: 01 Feb 2007
Time: 12:53:30 -0000
Remote Name: 84-45-245-18.no-dns-yet.enta.net
 

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I was wondering the same thing about George, I was thinking about him sitting in our hotel room in Moscow supping pepper vodka and telling us all manner of fascinating facts. He reminded me of a womble. As for Hen Bandy, I am working on the Barmouth thing, I feel the Srping in the air today, the start of February is always a good time it is such a lovely short month xx

Hen Bandy!

 

From: I had forgotten all about that!
Date: 01 Feb 2007
Time: 12:58:17 -0000
Remote Name: user-514c4286.l3.c5.dsl.pol.co.uk
 

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That reminds me of Dad. And then it reminds me of lager and cornflakes. We have to write a book and pool our recollections. We can have it online. I was studying the other day (yes, a day when I managed to do some work!) and it was all about Web search engine spider programs and the upshot is that at some point this page will be found and indexed by such a program and made available to anyone searching in the right place at the right time. I thought that kind of stuff didn't happen anymore because the Web was so vast so that's slightly troubling! It may be millions of places down a list of results but it will be there. Scary. And possibly criminal! xx

Judy Dench

 

From: Judy dentures more like
Date: 01 Feb 2007
Time: 15:41:59 -0000
Remote Name: 84-45-245-18.no-dns-yet.enta.net
 

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That's the other one that always reminds me of your dad and makes me laugh. Anyway i am back xx

Just back myself

 

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Date: 01 Feb 2007
Time: 16:07:19 -0000
Remote Name: user-514c4286.l3.c5.dsl.pol.co.uk
 

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I have had Phil here doing a very funny Welsh accent and telling me about a guy called Dog by his workmates because he would eat anything and who had the most inpenetrable black country accent. Anyway, that's put a bit of a crimp on my work rate this afternoon - oh well, there's always tomorrow!

What was your meeting about? xx

Re: Just back myself

 

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Date: 01 Feb 2007
Time: 16:20:43 -0000
Remote Name: 84-45-245-18.no-dns-yet.enta.net
 

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organising a maths at work day in shrewsbury where school kids come along and see hoe maths applications are used in real life, only thing is they want us to find all the speakers (voluntary!0 and make it visual and hands on and for the speakers to do 20 ten minute talks in 4 hours with a 20 minute break. Not bloody likely mate!! Still it is good to get out of the office. I am trying to find them some funding for the event now xx

IIMY?

 

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Date: 02 Feb 2007
Time: 10:17:22 -0000
Remote Name: user-514d8466.l3.c2.dsl.pol.co.uk
 

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Any plans for the weekend? None for me, except trying not to get too drunk in order to do my long run. That is actaully harder than the long run. And I shall have a battle on my hands - every time I think about Frankfurt I reach for the bottle! At least Bob has said he'll dribe which means I don't have to worry about him getting it down the hole, sweep, all day Thursday! xx

Re: IIMY?

 

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Date: 02 Feb 2007
Time: 11:46:19 -0000
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Nothing planned as yet I presume me and K will be going out on saturday if he is well enough. eleanor has her gym nastics competition sunday morning but Darren is goig to have to take her to that, we did the disco after all!! Plus I am not getting up for a 10am start for anyone. I have got leprosy of the nose I think, at least that's what it feels like, lovley big scab up there. I have just found out I have to go to Brum on Sunday and as it is at Aston Science Park I will have to drive. The good news is Rachel has agreed to collect E from school from now on as she is so unhappy in after school club with that Alyssa mixing things. I pay them a fiver a day and rachel has agreed to the same so i am well pleased, not as pleased as E will be though! xx

Alyssa?

 

From: Made Up Name!
Date: 02 Feb 2007
Time: 12:09:22 -0000
Remote Name: user-514d8466.l3.c2.dsl.pol.co.uk
 

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Leprosy of the nose - sounds painful. Almost as painful as a drive to Aston on Sunday morning.

I had a woman from New York ring yesterday evening to ask me if I had any questions before our trip over there. Yes - how do I get my boyfriend out of the hotel room on the Monday night at 8pm? I can't believe it's nearly here, everything seems to be happening so soon. We'll be in reading next. xx

Re: Alyssa?

 

From: meaning parents with ideas above their station
Date: 02 Feb 2007
Time: 12:17:25 -0000
Remote Name: 84-45-245-18.no-dns-yet.enta.net
 

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I just got our moving offices date and that is the week after Reading thank god, but it means that my big event at Harper Adams is going to be slightly cocked up. Did I say I was in Brum on Sunday? I meant Monday, the only thing is the meting finishes at 3 and I need to be back here for a smear at 4.50 so i am just hoping the traffic is not too bad. Where are you staying in NY? somewhere posh no doubt.I shall be expecting a NY mug you know xx

You wouldn't like it...

 

From: it's the Marriott!
Date: 02 Feb 2007
Time: 12:43:39 -0000
Remote Name: user-514d8466.l3.c2.dsl.pol.co.uk
 

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On Times Square no less. I'll get both of us a mug and take a photo of the bathroom door handle.

I've just had Phil on the phone because he said he missed a line out of a joke yesterday and he doesn't want me to tell it to anyone and miss the line out! Strange. I never remember jokes anyway, only situations and catchphrases.

So what is going on at the Science Park? My memory...xx

Re: You wouldn't like it...

 

From: Doorknobs and Crowbars
Date: 02 Feb 2007
Time: 12:57:02 -0000
Remote Name: 84-45-245-18.no-dns-yet.enta.net
 

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My boss came back after two weeks off and asked me if I wanted to go even though he has had it since 17th January. Basically it's a bit of a political thing inasmuch as we (the EBP who I now work for) have had this funding as the Shropshire Science Education and Technology point (SETPOINT) from SETNET meaning we are paid to promote these things in shropshire making links between schools and business. Unfortunatley the boss fucked up and we did not get it this time Enginuity did, so we are going to lose the funding that pays for this job what i am actually doing at th moment on 31st March 2007. This meeting in Brum is to teach us how to recruit and train Ambassadors which is one of our roles as a SETPOINT, but I am not sure how much training I will need to get me through the next month. Anyway the boss was going to go until he sees that there are two Enginuity people going, and he has still got the hump, not reaslising that we need to work with them as we will have to, at some point hand over, as I said office politics, but I wouldn't mind getting out of the office as long as I canget back for my little talk with the doc xx

I remember now...

 

From: Goldfish memory
Date: 02 Feb 2007
Time: 13:09:31 -0000
Remote Name: user-514d8466.l3.c2.dsl.pol.co.uk
 

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I remember you saying on Sunday how he liked his freebies and lunches out. Just as I remember us discussing the wedding plan Rachel must have had.

1. Dress - go to shop 2. Reception - ask Dad 3. Teeth - get dentures for groom

I always remember snippets of our conversations when I'm driving and end up grinning behind the wheel. xx

Re: I remember now...

 

From: I'm sober you know!
Date: 02 Feb 2007
Time: 13:18:12 -0000
Remote Name: 84-45-245-18.no-dns-yet.enta.net
 

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Well I have just had this woman in the office going "You remember when you cut all these jigsaws out for me, where did you put the master copy" and I am going "it wasn't me " and she swears blind it was It is quite disturbing as I have not the faintest recollection of doing it and I don't even drink at work!! xx

Back

 

From: bacon
Date: 02 Feb 2007
Time: 15:05:04 -0000
Remote Name: 84-45-245-18.no-dns-yet.enta.net
 

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I am back and the sun is shining and the birds are singing and I want to go home right now and take the pig for a walk in the woods, sadly I need to stick it out for an hour here xx

Sexyback

 

From: bacon
Date: 02 Feb 2007
Time: 15:11:39 -0000
Remote Name: user-514d8466.l3.c2.dsl.pol.co.uk
 

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I know, I was just thinking how lovely it would be to head out for my long run right about now (funk soul brother).I have been dividing my time between study and Youtube (good previews on there this afternoon). How was your meeting? Waste of time?

I have also been trying to decide what to wear in Frankfurt. Dan was asking if I was taking my new red dress! As I said to him, Windy could be staying in the hotel and I still wouldn't wear it! I'd have to have a gun to my head! Phil was going on about it as well. I can't wait for it to be over, then I can concentrate on NY. xx

Lady in red

 

From: Chris de Burgh
Date: 02 Feb 2007
Time: 15:20:58 -0000
Remote Name: 84-45-245-18.no-dns-yet.enta.net
 

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What's this dress like then? Are you saving it for the Big Apple, which I presume is after Reading or is it before? Guess it must be if Reading is not until the end of March. Meeting was OK, impressed the boss and did not leave with more work than I went in with so all good xx

Re: Lady in

 

From: Reading
Date: 02 Feb 2007
Time: 15:36:09 -0000
Remote Name: user-514d8466.l3.c2.dsl.pol.co.uk
 

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NY is before Reading. I can't describe clothes. It is sleeveless but not strapless, has pleats and flowery type things around the bust and the back, it is knee length and comes with a little cardy. It is slightly fitted at the waist but does flare out. It has a V neck which is just the right depth for me (ie I can't see my cleavage when I look down!) It is from Coast and, unlike my black dress (still unworn) is comfy to sit down in and hasn't got a split up the back to the ass!

And Chris de Burgh...Magneto shudders as she remembers her First Time was with a CdB backing track! xx

Re: Lady in

 

From: waiting
Date: 02 Feb 2007
Time: 15:45:50 -0000
Remote Name: 84-45-245-18.no-dns-yet.enta.net
 

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Sounds lovely and I shall look forward to seeing you in it. I have reaslied I ought to stay until half four but it seems a crime on such a lovely day so I shall wander off once everyone else has gone. Give me the NY dates then and I shall put them in my diary xx

 

Start spreading the news

 

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Date: 02 Feb 2007
Time: 15:48:17 -0000
Remote Name: user-514d8466.l3.c2.dsl.pol.co.uk
 

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NY is from 5th March to 9th. Then if I can get him to go back I want to go to Chicago as I have wished to do for about 20 years! I suppose the dress will be ruined after it's first outing - most things are with me! xx

Re: Start spreading the news

 

From: I'm leaving (for) today
Date: 02 Feb 2007
Time: 16:05:09 -0000
Remote Name: 84-45-245-18.no-dns-yet.enta.net
 

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i have just been told I will get a disturbance allowance for the move as I have to travel and extra 10 miles a day, and I will get the money up front which may mean anything up to 1,000 bonus, that would be nice and would secure me and E's summer holiday 2 weeks in the sun I reckon, or at least 10 days. Anyways I am off now to get my t shirt on and down my mums and then the pub later for a little drinkie, which reminds me there is no booze in my house, best get me to the shops on the way to get E!! Text you later, have a good evening xx

Hot hot hot!

 

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Date: 05 Feb 2007
Time: 14:57:53 -0000
Remote Name: user-514f8f10.l1.c4.dsl.pol.co.uk
 

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Well, I had quite a productive weekend. Seeing as my computer studies keep getting stalled by the delights of 24 and PB message boards, as well our exclusive message board, I decided that I should take some work home over the weekend where broadband is nowhere to be seen. I managed to get quite a lot done but the irony of it - the lesson I took home was all about...message boards!

Anyway, the Chili. I made chili from a recipe given to me by Dan's mate Bicker's wife (Michelle) who is a lovely woman and a good cook to boot. Anyway, the recipe said for a red and green chili (check) and 3 tablespoons of chili powder. I checked with Dan that it shouldn't be three teaspoons but he said he'd checked that with Bicker and it was definitely 3 tablespoons. Not wanting to start improvising but feeling a wee bit apprehensive I dusted three dessert spoons lightly with chili powder and I carried on regardless and knocked out the hottest chili known to man.I am surprised oit didn't dissolve the saucepan. Dan managed a few mouthfuls before giving up and ordering a Chinese and I tried to eat a bit more before giving up when I thought my lips were going to fall off and my insides melt. I don't think I'll need to wear lipstick for the rest of the week.

And Frankfurt - got an email today from Dieter saying that the hotel had messed up and would a suite be OK with adjoining rooms and a shared bathroom! NO! NO! NO! xx

Re: Hot hot hot!

 

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Date: 05 Feb 2007
Time: 15:19:57 -0000
Remote Name: 84-45-245-18.no-dns-yet.enta.net
 

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3 tablespoons!! You should have called me mate I would have put you straight, sounds like those chimichangas I once had ina restaurant in Shrewsbury, hurt enough going down the next day it was like molten lead coming out! Ouch! Anyway one red and one green chilli should more than suffice. As for the hotel, that's like the worst case scenario possible, you would have to take your own bolt for the door, and sharing a bathroom, that's bad enough with a loved one. I hope they have sorted it now xx

Sorted

 

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Date: 05 Feb 2007
Time: 15:30:05 -0000
Remote Name: user-514f8f10.l1.c4.dsl.pol.co.uk
 

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I e-mailed him back and said that I would want a separate room and noe I think we're in separate hotels! I don't know what's going on.

I was thinking the same about the chili powder, why did it need any when you were putting chilis in it? Mind you, Bicker likes his food hot! Once bitten and all that. Or once burned!

When I get back from Germany I shall be going out with Stephen on the Saturday to the posh restaurant, I bet they don't put 3 tablespoons of powder in their chili! xx

Re: Sorted

 

From: for e's and whizz
Date: 05 Feb 2007
Time: 16:14:01 -0000
Remote Name: 84-45-245-18.no-dns-yet.enta.net
 

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Seperate hotels could be even worse as you can't keep an eye on him, thank god he is driving to the airport and I presume a short flight so not too much time to get trolleyed. It must be bizarre going away and dreading it so much, instead of looking forward to a little Europen culture! I need to get off about half four as I have a check up at the docs, again, I am so sick of these six monthly checks after a dodgy smear, lucky I have no modesty left! xx

Tuesday

 

From: it's my new Monday!
Date: 06 Feb 2007
Time: 13:28:52 -0000
Remote Name: user-514c70d5.l4.c5.dsl.pol.co.uk
 

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Well, I don't know what time you will be in today but I shall be off at about three o'clock and will not be returning until Friday where no doubt there will be some posts to be made! There has been questions about briefcases - do we need one? No.

Drinking - shall we have brandies when we get to the airport? - at 5 o'clock in the morning? No.

And gawd knows whats going on with the hotels...xx

 

Re: Tuesday

 

From: Is Shameless Day
Date: 06 Feb 2007
Time: 13:45:40 -0000
Remote Name: 84-45-245-18.no-dns-yet.enta.net
 

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I am here after what has been a spectacularly unproductive morning which came as no surprise and then as we decided to get CRB checked befor lunch everything was dried up when we got there and a more dubious set of sandwiches content wise I have rarely seen. I had something which may have been vegetarian bacon and something on a stick that could have been fish could have been chicken, the jury is still out. Brandy at 5am? the man is a lush, even WE don't start that early. Tell him if he behaves he can have a drink afterwards. I would personally take a briefcase, if only to wallop Bobbeth with if he gets out of hand, mind you with your handbag collection there must be something suitable xx

Handbags

 

From: at dawn
Date: 06 Feb 2007
Time: 14:03:10 -0000
Remote Name: user-514c70d5.l4.c5.dsl.pol.co.uk
 

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I have absolutely nowt to put in a briefcase so that's a non starter. We don't have catalogues or price lists, tech specs or brochures and the guy has been here and seen what we do and where we are. I can imagine opening it up and getting my sandwiches out! As I said to Bob, we can tell them that Ryan Air lost our bag with all the business stuff in!

I can't wait to get it all over with. He came to see us in jeans so I am returning the compliment and going in the same. I may as well keep it informal as that is how I work and it seems he is a personal kind of guy and not a formal business-like person. Why else would he mention taking me sightseeing?

Sounds like you had a morning similar to many at nursing college. I miss those mornings these days, at least then I could blame an unproductive morning on someone else and not on myself! Although I have had a fairly productive morning today (well, in the sense that last night's US ep of PB is SO good even I am not going to download it and spoil it myself) so I have actually been doing some studying. xx

I'm out of here

 

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Date: 06 Feb 2007
Time: 14:38:15 -0000
Remote Name: user-514c70d5.l4.c5.dsl.pol.co.uk
 

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I am going to have to go now because he is doing my head in already and if I don't get out of here now I will blow my top before we've even gotten out of the country. He keeps coming in here wittering on about wine for the rooms and how many bottle do we need...WE! We need none, I need a crate. At this stage I'm hoping for separate hotels! Will text/call with the desperate details as I'm on the road! Wish me luck! xx

Re: I'm out of here

 

From: Guten abend
Date: 06 Feb 2007
Time: 14:58:05 -0000
Remote Name: 84-45-245-18.no-dns-yet.enta.net
 

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Fingers crossed it all goes better than you are imagining, I suggest a migraine onset as soon as the sight seeing is over, at least you will have a chaperone. Don't forgte the Deflatine, keep me posted! xx

It's there...

 

From: International Business Traveller
Date: 12 Feb 2007
Time: 15:11:38 -0000
Remote Name: user-5445438f.lns5-c11.dsl.pol.co.uk
 

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Here is a link, http://www.jaygee.co.uk/bchat/jslg/euro_experience.htm

and you can also get there from the homepage. xx

Re: It's there...

 

From: it's coming up, it's coming up it's dare
Date: 12 Feb 2007
Time: 15:31:23 -0000
Remote Name: 84-45-245-18.no-dns-yet.enta.net
 

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I don't know what you were so worried about, sounds like you handled yourself with aplomb, and I would expect no less from a woman of your calibre, I am impressed with the sausage consumption I certainly couldn't face one first thing, never mind one in curry sauce at any time of day! The Legend sounds a blast, you and Dan should get out there, sounds, as you said, very informal and friendly, I did not realise his daughter was his business partner. The only question I have is how closely did you have to look to see that they were tortilla crumbs in your bedroom carpet? As ever, a top BC website entry xx

The Simpsons

 

From: Homer
Date: 12 Feb 2007
Time: 15:32:55 -0000
Remote Name: 84-45-245-18.no-dns-yet.enta.net
 

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Have just had a look at Simspons, looks lovely and I am so glad you got to get all dressed up with soemone who really appreciates the effort. I am looking forward to seeing the frock myself. The question is what percentage of the bill was booze? xx

Re: The Simpsons

 

From: Homer
Date: 12 Feb 2007
Time: 15:45:57 -0000
Remote Name: user-5445438f.lns5-c11.dsl.pol.co.uk
 

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I would say it was 50/50. And as for the Tortilla crumbs, they were tortillas that had been dropped on the carpet and trodden on. Which reminds me, after our fine dining on Saturday me and Stephen were still to be found in the hotel at 1.30am stuffing our faces with Doritos! xx

PB related alcoholism

 

From: Frank Gallagher
Date: 13 Feb 2007
Time: 10:12:26 -0000
Remote Name: user-54415a58.l5.c5.dsl.pol.co.uk
 

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I am here if you are there. Slightly hungover but nothing too serious. Tonight will be another night with wine in front of the TV as not only is it Shameless (the only place I can watch that without drinking is in bed) but also the welcome return of Life on Mars (that I watched in bed last year so Dan won't have a clue what is going on). That was in the day when I switched the TV off at 10 on a Monday night...

Anyway, any gossip from your end over the last week, I have only just got a grip on stuff over here since I went away. xx

Re: PB related alcoholism

 

From: Churchill
Date: 13 Feb 2007
Time: 11:06:24 -0000
Remote Name: 84-45-245-18.no-dns-yet.enta.net
 

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Ah yes, Shameless night is one of the best nights of the week, I just wish it was on a Thursday. I have never seen that cop show, though it always gets good reviews, I may give it a whirl. Did you catch Sexy Beast on Sunday, such a great film, I love Ben Kingsley in it "Why are you swearing? I'm not swearing" Genius. Tried to get up earlier today and make up some flexi if possible this week so I can leave early on Friday. Still have a rebate from getting sent home early last Friday, mind you was nice to get back, do the housework and walk the dog then have a nice bath and head down the pub for an hour, very civilised xx

Life on Mars

 

From: bars
Date: 13 Feb 2007
Time: 12:07:05 -0000
Remote Name: user-54415a58.l5.c5.dsl.pol.co.uk
 

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You should definitely watch Life on Mars, the 70's nostalgia alone is worth it. Basically your man, dectective Sam Tyler, has had a car accident in Manchester in 2006 whilst on a job and wakes up in the 70s and is working with Sweeneyesque coppers. He doesn't know what's happened to him but keeps having odd turns when he believes he is waking up in a hospital bed in 2006 but then he is plunged back into the 70's again. And the girl form the old test card with the clown keeps coming out of the TV and talking to him, which is a bit creepy I have to admit. Anyway, Dawn is off today and I can hear Bob sighing in the shop - is he missing her or getting into a mess with the computer. I know what I think xx

 

Re: Life on Mars

 

From: Ziggy Stardust
Date: 13 Feb 2007
Time: 12:15:36 -0000
Remote Name: 84-45-245-18.no-dns-yet.enta.net
 

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Bit frosty with you and Bob is it? You wnat to get a thicker door, if you can hear him sighing he can hear you watching PB downloads! I was looking at that I-Pos Shuffle advert and thinking I want one of those, then the Ginger Prince's immortal words cam to mind about only wanting one cos it was little and if I was that bothered I'd have a walkman. Which reminds me I bought the Brits 2007 album, top tunes, especially for post pub dancing! No gossip this end I am afraid, except Sooty met a woman apparently - can't wait to hear how that one's going, over by now I reckon, once she has seen him sober and in daylight! xx

Soundproofing

 

From: the office
Date: 13 Feb 2007
Time: 12:55:06 -0000
Remote Name: user-54415a58.l5.c5.dsl.pol.co.uk
 

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Now that is something I would love to do. I get around the PB download problem by burning a disc and watching them on my laptop at home when Dan is off playing golf. Speaking of which, my willpower has collapsed and I'm currently downloading last week's episode as we speak...

What on earth must this woman be like that Sooty has ended up with? Another widow twankey perhaps? A sort of Rose West type maybe? xx

Re: Soundproofing

 

From: Dr Love
Date: 13 Feb 2007
Time: 13:07:06 -0000
Remote Name: 84-45-245-18.no-dns-yet.enta.net
 

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Well apparently he met her down the wine bar. The scenario is Sooty has been on the lash all day cos of the rugby (Wales lost leading to extra heavy session) so when me and K pitch up about 7 (early doors for us) Sooty and some others are off for an Indian in the Bridge. Me and K decline on the grounds of wanting to talk to each other as opposed to get sidetracked with a load of pissed people. Anyway when Sooty and Steve come back Sooty is already sending texts to this woman, and Steve says I was going to chat her up but Sooty got in there first, so I assume she is OK as Steve is not a bad loking chap and his ex is a stunner. Anyway Sooty is then dithering about inviting her to see his mates band play (that would be Pete Jeffery's son to you and me) at the Wine bar on Wednesday which is of course V Day, and would she read the wrong thing into it. I offered my advice (DONT)but he wasn't listening, can't think why! xx

URL

 

From: webmaster
Date: 14 Feb 2007
Time: 12:29:38 -0000
Remote Name: user-514d36b0.l1.c2.dsl.pol.co.uk
 

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I am thinking of getting us a URL. Any ideas? xx

Re: URL

 

From: My name is URL
Date: 14 Feb 2007
Time: 13:20:35 -0000
Remote Name: 84-45-245-18.no-dns-yet.enta.net
 

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I shall have to ponder that one, are they copyrighted? I don't think blowchunks would be appropriate because of the band link, let me ponder, landlord of the rings...independent banana ripeners...full bacon jacket...hmmmmxx

My name is

 

From: Universal Resource Locator
Date: 14 Feb 2007
Time: 13:48:52 -0000
Remote Name: user-514d36b0.l1.c2.dsl.pol.co.uk
 

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It needs to be something our loved ones wouldn't guess as well! xx

I have it

 

From:
Date: 14 Feb 2007
Time: 14:46:04 -0000
Remote Name: user-514d36b0.l1.c2.dsl.pol.co.uk
 

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I reckon we should go for www.twostarladies.com xx

Re: I have it

 

From:
Date: 14 Feb 2007
Time: 15:00:47 -0000
Remote Name: 84-45-245-18.no-dns-yet.enta.net
 

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Twostarladies it is, Solomon lives!!

 

Re: I have it

 

From:
Date: 14 Feb 2007
Time: 14:46:40 -0000
Remote Name: user-514d36b0.l1.c2.dsl.pol.co.uk
 

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Not only does it indicate that we like the lower class of hotel in Paris but that we are indeed, 2 star ladies. xx

I'll get on to that,

 

From: ASAP
Date: 14 Feb 2007
Time: 15:34:50 -0000
Remote Name: user-514d36b0.l1.c2.dsl.pol.co.uk
 

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Just need to decide the package we need on the host server. xx

Re: I'll get on to that,

 

From: do
Date: 14 Feb 2007
Time: 16:00:04 -0000
Remote Name: 84-45-245-18.no-dns-yet.enta.net
 

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There is no point asking me, you're the brains of the operation. On completely another subject, returning to Shameless, you the know the old bird with black hair and glasses, K swears blind she is Avid Merrion! xx

mel b

 

From:
Date: 14 Feb 2007
Time: 16:03:35 -0000
Remote Name: user-514d36b0.l1.c2.dsl.pol.co.uk
 

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That's what Dan and I say everythime she's on! I said yesterday that maybe that's why Eddie Murphy dumped her, he caught a glimpse of her charater on Bo Selecta!

I reckon it will cost about 20 quid for two years to host our Web shenanigans xx

Re: mel b

 

From: scary spice
Date: 14 Feb 2007
Time: 16:37:43 -0000
Remote Name: 84-45-245-18.no-dns-yet.enta.net
 

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Dangerous territory our web shenanigans, but as I have a desk job for at least another year then it's money well spent! I am off to get E for gymnastics and to walk the dog in daylight, what luxury. Catch you later xx

Oi Magneto!

 

From: Where art thou?
Date: 15 Feb 2007
Time: 12:18:29 -0000
Remote Name: 84-45-245-18.no-dns-yet.enta.net
 

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I am here fully valentined out, K bought me a lovely necklace and earrings and a teeny teddy, he is so sweet. I bought him a picture of Claudia Cardinale (almost) in the nip and told him to put it on his desk at work and tell everyone it's me, to be fair to a blind man on a galloping horse we have the same colour hair and propensity for od'ing on eyeliner. And in the catalogue where I got this pic there are some stunning photos which make you ask "why would anyone want a photo of him?", so funny, but one of Clare Danes and I swear she is the spit of you especially with red lipstick on xx

Not another one!

From:
Date: 15 Feb 2007
Time: 14:21:32 -0000
Remote Name: user-54470f9a.wfd82a.dsl.pol.co.uk
 

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You don't mean that about Clare Danes do you girl? I am having a mare of a day. Just settled Loraine in after fetching her from hospital (as soon as the nurses back was turned she was into full on slagging marathon) and my hall radiator valve failed and there was water p**ing out of it this morning.

Anyway yes I had a nice Valentines Day, Dan bought me a lovely bottle of wine and a Muse CD. But no photo of Windy to put on my desk - probably thinks I have enough already! xx

Re: Not another one! 

From: Ooohhh yes
Date: 15 Feb 2007
Time: 14:36:45 -0000
Remote Name: 84-45-245-18.no-dns-yet.enta.net
 

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I swear to god in this particular photo you are the dead spit of ther, i am now on a mission to find it and see if you don't agree! Don't talk to me about plumbing, mine seems to have dropped to the bottom of Kelcos list that's for sure, I have rung them 3 times and they still haven't got back to me I shall be complaining to Warmfront who pay the grant at this rate. i am just on the web trying to bubble Dai for shill bidding on ebay on,y it is so long ago the account numbers are no longer valid for the items he has mis-sold, there sia lovely bit og negative feedback which has brightened my day. i shall never get to heaven with these bad thoughts xx

In the house 

From: Clare Danes
Date: 16 Feb 2007
Time: 09:58:01 -0000
Remote Name: user-5442f998.lns3-c8.dsl.pol.co.uk
 

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Are you there today or off out on one of them there days out? xx

Re: In the house

 

From: home alone
Date: 16 Feb 2007
Time: 11:06:32 -0000
Remote Name: 84-45-245-18.no-dns-yet.enta.net
 

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I am here, and have got the right hump after I dropped E off this morning and my mum and dad shouted at her because the Crown Prince had hidden the remote control for her video in her gym room so she couldn't do her workout (?) but cos E was there and the boiys weren't she got all the flak and was rally upset and so was I so I got to work and rang Darren who went and picked her up and is dropping her with me at one so I will go home then. Blimey what a start to the day, and all this after last night when the crown prince trashed a pillow and got feathers everywhere and did not even get told off, and his mum did not even ask him to apologise though he did once I had a quiet word with E and told her she ought to say sorry as if she had been involved in that at home she would have said sorry to me. Is it just me? Am I too touchy? Monday and tuesday no boys no problem, last couple of days the place is getting trashed and then E gets the blame. Enough already I have th office to myself so I am going to have another cup of tea. How was Merry hell?xx

It's not you

 

From:
Date: 16 Feb 2007
Time: 11:17:19 -0000
Remote Name: user-5442f998.lns3-c8.dsl.pol.co.uk
 

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I can understand why you feel like you do, it does seem like favouritism towards the CP, which when it means E is getting a hard time and blamed for things beyond her influence is not a good thing. Especially if he cottons on it. I reckon your mom is fried with everything she does for the boys. Getting D to collect her from your mom may give your mom a wake up call. I bet she feels like the boys are her kids and not her grandchildren, she does so much for them.

What a start to the day indeed. xx

Re: It's not you

 

From: Churchill
Date: 16 Feb 2007
Time: 12:14:29 -0000
Remote Name: 84-45-245-18.no-dns-yet.enta.net
 

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I did say i don't mind her getting told off if she does things wrong, but my mum says something along the lines of she is as naughty as the CP, like you say favouritism. I nearly bought up her birthday, did I tell you about that? Boys went there Friday night and Saturday they had a day out in Ludlow, visit to the castle and tearooms, then back home and a meal in the Fat Frog (which is not cheap as K took me there for a special meal)but then CP is such a gourmand - out agin on Sunday to a steam fair and then my sister picks them up Sunday night. So I say to my mum, can we come round Saturday and she says no we are out for the day, and does not think that e might wonder why my mum wants to spend the day with the boys but not her! And I don't know what my sister came up with as a pressie but it must have been small cos I have seen no sign of it. Maybe I will ask next week. Anyway all she got off us was a Manfredd Mann cd, though E made her a lovely card, which is more than the boys did. it's getting to the point where I am counting the photos to see who has the most on display! And another thing...xx

Wedding from Hell

 

From:
Date: 16 Feb 2007
Time: 12:20:11 -0000
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Do you remember the cousin who's wedding we went to and it was a nightmare with people getting beaten up, the groom high on coke, my dad's car getting trashed etc, it all ending in a court case? Well that was my mum's sister's daughter,anyway my mum has not spoken to her since the wedding but my sister persuaded her to get in touch. Apparently that marriage is over(what a surprise) after the groom (and I quote) "nearly ruined her life" (a coke head with a bad temper, how could it be?)the child she had shortly after is a teenager, etc etc and so my mum and her have made up and are off to Cambridge to see them all and asked if I wanted to go to which I replied "I have no interest in seeing any of them again thank you, I still have post traumatic stress from the last time I was there!" Not sure how that went down, then my other cousin is getting married in Southampton on June 23rd and I am uuhhming and aahing about going as it is my birthday weekend, plus it is a long haul down there for one night etc, and with E in tow and the CP there how much fun am I going to have so that's another no, I can see why people move away from their families, god love em, but they have given me the right hum today xx

I feel you!

 

From:
Date: 16 Feb 2007
Time: 12:39:31 -0000
Remote Name: user-5442f998.lns3-c8.dsl.pol.co.uk
 

Comments

I know exactly how you feel! Maybe Mark thinks these relatives have a few quid to put your mom's way so he persuaded Psyche to try and get your mom to get in touch! Stick to your principles, why should you bury the hatchet? I do remember the trauma of that wedding.

So it was difficult to see whose birthday it was that weekend by the looks of it! Your Mom's or the CP! And as you say E will wonder why she's excluded, especially as her other grandparents are a waste of time as well, her relationship with your mom and dad is even more important. Give her a big kiss from her Aunty Lorne this afternoon, I don't know how you are going to entertain her in this weather though xx

Wanna get married?

From: Magneto
Date: 20 Feb 2007
Time: 09:48:45 -0000
Remote Name: user-514f3085.l2.c3.dsl.pol.co.uk
 

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Yesterday Dan was telling me about some guy who has changed his name to Jack Bauer. I replied by saying that had Dan ever considered changing his name, maybe to Michael Scofield for instance, to pull a name out at random? I even said I would consider marrying him if he did but he didn't seem keen. Can you imagine that though? Who would you become? There haven't been too many girls on the box I would fancy changing my name to, certainly aren't any in PB or 24, I mean Audrey Raines or Sara Tancredi anyone?

Anyway, I am feeling a little better today I think, although I am fighting the running urges all day. How are things with you? xx

Re: Wanna get married?

 

From: Mrs Churchill
Date: 20 Feb 2007
Time: 11:53:07 -0000
Remote Name: 84-45-245-18.no-dns-yet.enta.net
 

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Churchill has been a bit busy this morning with a team meeting so apologies for the delay getting back to you, glad you are feeling a little better. I have a little pile of things to do and am putting off starting them. As for name changes that was one of the things I liked about Armstrong, his surname! I also quite liked Fox, not keen on Evans, and have ended up with a Deery, whose name is so odd he has ordered a cab before and no one turned up cos they thought it was a joke! A French surname would be my choice, what was that name you liked in the Parisian cemetery _ I forget which cemetery, Montmartre? xx

Cemetery

 

From: name changes
Date: 20 Feb 2007
Time: 12:03:28 -0000
Remote Name: user-514f3085.l2.c3.dsl.pol.co.uk
 

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I can't remember now, can't even remember if I was joking or not! Still can't think of a name I'd like from popular culture either, there isn't a Jack Bauer equilvalent that's for sure.

I have just had a classic conversation with mom that went something like this:

Me: "I will be taking the saloon down to Heathrow"

Mom: "When are you going there?"

Me: "A week on Sunday"

Mom:"What's that for again? Oh, er, is it New York?"

Me: thinks - what else would it be for? "Yes"

Mom: "So your're there for Eatser then?"

Me: "What March 5th? Monday? No"

Mom: "Well close enough"

Me: checking diary, Easter in April, "No it's too early for Easter"

Mom: "Well it's close enough, March 17th"

Me: "Easters on 6th April"

Mom: "Well, you know what I mean, close enough".

Is it me? I am my Dad! At last! xx

It's all sex sex sex

 

From: we'd all be better off with a thousand piece jigsaw
Date: 22 Feb 2007
Time: 09:20:59 -0000
Remote Name: user-5440ad77.wfd76a.dsl.pol.co.uk
 

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Well, old Dicky Bladder is in a lot of pain today. Of course I blame Went for this, I shall be sending him my anitbiotics bills. Between the coughing, shivering, sneezing and sweating of whatever cold I have picked up off Loraine, and this, I don't know what to do first. This is definitely the worst UTI I've had for ages, I reckon it's been made worse by dehydration (and that 9 miler in Saturday after a skinful probably didn't help either!). Still, as you said in yout text yesterday, I must get better for NY.

Are you in today much? I shall be back under the duvet as soon as the car is ready xx

Another Classic

 

From: Conversation
Date: 23 Feb 2007
Time: 14:35:08 -0000
Remote Name: user-54446774.lns4-c10.dsl.pol.co.uk
 

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Lunchtime, the crossowrd is in full swing...clue four down is "Queen of Carthage"

RC: What's 4 down?

LG: Dido

RC: Dido? Dido?

LG: Yup

RC: It's not Anne?

LG: Anne? Er, no. Anne?

RC: Wasn't it Anne, the Queen of Carthage. She was married to Henry VIII wasn't she?

I can't go on! xx

Mrs Scofield

 

From: as in Phillip?
Date: 23 Feb 2007
Time: 15:04:31 -0000
Remote Name: 84-45-245-18.no-dns-yet.enta.net
 

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Sorry that name Scofield has all the wrong connotations for me, must be an age thing, would be well funny if your mug, the future Mrs Scofield, came with a pick of old Phil on it though! E is due here at 4 and Darren just said I can drop her off with Kellie at 6 so have a couple of minutes to get ready at least. I am now studiously avoiding the boss who wants to see me, think I will write my letter of application for Newport...xx

Re: Mrs Scofield

 

From: As in Michael
Date: 23 Feb 2007
Time: 15:12:02 -0000
Remote Name: user-54446774.lns4-c10.dsl.pol.co.uk
 

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Just remember that there is an 'H' in Phillip Schofield and you're fine. I always think of my Nan's rent collector! His name was Mr Schofield, he always wore a long overcoat and had a book with an elastic band around it. Always bought the cold in with him, even in Summer. Nice man though. But not a patch on my current Mr. Scofield.

I was watching the TV this morning and they had Helen Mirren on (and let me tell you that she'll cost an absolute fortune to get for our Wonbles movie now) and she was blethering on about acting with Corgis and how she can see why the Queen loves them because they are so easy to get on with and so funny...I thought, throw our Rust into the mix and see how you get on missus! xx

"That's fighting talk where I come from. Mind you everything's fighting talk

 

From: where I come from. I come from Wigan"
Date: 26 Feb 2007
Time: 12:39:35 -0000
Remote Name: user-544111a3.l5.c4.dsl.pol.co.uk
 

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Good afternoon on this lovely Monday! I am just in. I did have a good relaxing afternoon under the duvet on Saturday and I don't think I did too much damage to my lungs. I had a lovely time reading my Stuart Maconie book and having a right old laugh so the run was worth it.

PJ's party sounds profitable at least - I trust the Bailey's has been finished off? I finished our Christmas Bailey's off last night whilst watching 24. Although the first 35 minutes had Audio Description for the Visually Impaired on for some unknown reason and it was very distracting. My favourite was "Lennox moves through the corridor looking like a plotter from A Jacobean tragedy"! Blimey! Thank God that kind of thing hasn't happened during PB, although my own commentary would be fairly useless in that case, "Michael stands and looks gorgeous whilst thrusting his long fingered hands into his pockets. God he's so nice, I bet he smells nice..." No one would ever know what was going on.

So, have you filled your form in? xx

What time do you call this?

 

From: Churchill
Date: 28 Feb 2007
Time: 12:06:04 -0000
Remote Name: 84-45-245-18.no-dns-yet.enta.net
 

Comments

Good morning, I was late in waiting for the plumber and have had to bring Chelsea with me so will be popping out at regular intervals to see how she is. Wanted to bring her in the office as there are only two of us here, but the other woman is scared of dogs so I can't xx

Re: What time do you call this?

 

From:
Date: 28 Feb 2007
Time: 12:23:54 -0000
Remote Name: user-54444b9f.lns3-c10.dsl.pol.co.uk
 

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I call it Lorne time and I'm just here myself, freshly blonde and with my hair in a French pleat, bringing back memories of the FLM x

Re: What time do you call this?

 

From:
Date: 28 Feb 2007
Time: 14:05:21 -0000
Remote Name: 84-45-245-18.no-dns-yet.enta.net
 

Comments

A french pleat with more staying power than the one I did you for the FLM I'll be bound. I am here but keep popping out to see the dog, poor old thing. I amy go the library in a bit, cannot get into the work rythmn for the life of me today xx

That French pleat

 

From: was a quality pleat
Date: 28 Feb 2007
Time: 14:12:18 -0000
Remote Name: user-5440b16b.wfd77a.dsl.pol.co.uk
 

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Stayed in all through the race, even in that heat. God I remember the heat! Remember the blisters as well! xx

Re: That French pleat 

From:
Date: 28 Feb 2007
Time: 14:41:37 -0000
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Comments

I remember Jabba the blister very well, yes the heat, I was sunburnt all down one side of my face and I STILL didn't see you finish. We now have a problem with the franking machine so I need to go upstairs and gaze at its innards while connected to a call centre xx