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Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Jonah, Jan 29, 2013.
I miss the Queen's Head
If it makes you feel any better I'm out tonight and look rough as a badgers arse, not been home and slept in the shop last night!
I noticed there were dresses in the window when we went past last night, good work.
Every now and then I see something and just have no idea what it is.
Someone I know was donating one of these things to Katharine House this afternoon.
A horizontal steel mesh cylinder.
It looked too light to be some sort of combustion-related device. I would never have worked out what it was without asking.
It's a head band display stand, for those who also are out-of-the-loop.
I knew that.
I thought it was an excercise wheel for a grossly obese hamster, but then realised it won't revolve. It must be for a lazy bastard hamster.
Get a better aim.
No wonder he was always so angry. That must've hurt.
Traditional Easter breakfast of crisps for me, as I gave them up for Lent.
I also saw that yesterday.
Thanks, we're not far off now
There was a suggestion that it might be a cage to keep fairies in....
Just had a bottle of this. Actually a very decent fix for £1.25 (B&M) if you like your blondes !!
I thought it was some kind of log burner & would look nice on my patio!
Went to the barbers. Never do I think "that's a bit short", but today I no longer even have stubble on my bonce.
I've been off the forum for quite a while - Hospital stuff and new projects - I've just spent an hour catching up with everything - sitting reading through the forum could become habit forming.
Beware - Internet forums (fora?) can be very time consuming.
About ten years ago (and before I joined this forum), I'd often find myself pinging between forums like a pinball. It was like perpetual motion. You go onto forum A and spend 10 minutes reading the recent stuff and maybe replying to it, before moving on to Forum B, spending another 10 minutes there before moving on to Forum C and spending another 10 minutes there ..... and then you'd be back to Forum A to catch up on the 25 minutes of new posts you'd missed while you'd been posting stuff and been on forums B and C ..... and then you'd be going round the cycle again.
And if you get bored with that, there's always Twitter.
And in some bad cases reading something on forum B and thinking hmm, that'd be a good reply to that thread on forum A! Now I just come here, it's easier.