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at 00:39 2 Jan 2017
And other makers of chocolate selection boxes.
No one likes the bloody coffee ones. No one.
And I'm not convinced anybody would willingly swap a hazelnut for one of those horrible strawberry flavoured things either.
|When you know you're getting old|
at 01:43 29 Dec 2016
I was at the kiosk in Tesco earlier and this pretty little brunette came and stood next to me, putting her lunch onto the counter.
There was a ham sandwich, processed ham in white bread, orange squash drink and a bag of crisps.
I looked at her choice of food in disgust, and thought, "Well, there's no nutrition in that is there?"
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at 00:58 29 Dec 2016
Blue is the Warmest Colour is about to start on Film 4 +.
Useful for those learning French.
|E pub file thing|
at 16:51 27 Dec 2016
I need to open and use some epub audio file on my laptop and I don't know how.
I Googled but I don't really know what I'm doing. Some app or other?
Any assistance appreciated.
Thank you please.
at 16:55 17 Dec 2016
at 00:38 15 Dec 2016
That work in winter.
Yes I realise there's less sun this time of year.
That's why I'm asking just in case there's one out there, a certain low powered spec etc that does a job.
I had to listen earlier to some patronising moron in B&Q explain to me that they need sunlight to charge and the complexities of finding one that will work all year round.
That's why I'm asking isn't it mate. I know that much.
Edit: Being vague. General garden type things I'm after if anyone has recommendations plz.
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at 11:24 30 Nov 2016
As there's a few of you, may I ask for any sensible Xmas dinner vegetarian options for the main.
I'm not certain who's going to where this Xmas day yet but my nephew is a steadfast vegetarian so in case I end up cooking for him I'd like to find something decent and not just fob him off.
Any ideas please. Just for the main subbing turkey thing.
I know nut-roast was the rage for years but wondering beyond that really.
|Stupid things you've done|
at 00:34 22 Nov 2016
Or in this case, I've done.
Unfamiliar road, didn't even see the flood until too late. Wasn't going fast either but when it's that deep I guess it doesn't matter.
I liked that old car too.
at 20:09 18 Nov 2016
I'd never heard of this until 10 minutes ago so did a quick Google...
What the hell is wrong with us? Are we seriously so bored with our lives we just keep coming up with meaningless sh*t?
Planking. Ice buckets.
These aren't challenges! They're just stupid things.
And I don't like Xmas.
at 18:06 13 Nov 2016
Anyone struggle with this? I get a bit from time to time but right now am going flipping crazy.
Had a stressful couple of weeks so putting it down to that.
Anyone any practical solutions? I don't want to be traipsing about trying to locate some rare plant in the woods etc.
at 01:49 25 Oct 2016
How are these even legal? I swear when I'm asked I say no. Always have, as a matter of course.
I also know that on this occasion, not only did I say no, I was so put out by the suggestion that I blocked any future payments going out from source. Just in case. The payment's gone out regardless.
In this instance, the RAC have helped themselves the past 2 months without my say so or knowledge.
Then they wanna argue when I demand an immediate refund.
How the hell has it come to this?
They raid your bank account now, not after a hard copy renewal notice through the post, but apparently via some email that goes straight to your junk folder.
at 21:23 21 Oct 2016
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