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Keno is obviously feeling fruity today!
at 13:53 8 Jul 2020

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So which refund option did/will you go for?
at 13:26 8 Jul 2020

So which refund option did/will you go for?


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My 4 year old grandaughter just asked where poo came from
at 16:10 3 Jul 2020

I was a bit uncomfortable with such a question, but decided to go ahead with a clear and detailed explanation. She looked a bit shocked and confused for a few seconds, then came the follow-up question.
'And Tigger?'


Not a true story...but made me smile.
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I know we're a bit rubbish at the moment...
at 20:37 1 Jul 2020

...and have been in steady decline for a while, but you're not a true Town fan if you can't find pleasure in seeing how Naarwich are giving up without so much as a whimper (or tweet) as their season stumbles to a slow and painful end.
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Good afternoon everybody!
at 14:51 21 Jun 2020

Chill your boots!
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Genuine dyslexic mistakes
at 09:50 17 Jun 2020

A colleague of mine asked if we had our usual Wednesday 9.00am Staff Briefing on Microsoft Teams. I confirmed that we did and he replied... 'Ah yes - found it now. We usually get a nude from the Head's PA to remind us.'

I replied that I'm obviously not in that Whatsapp group.

Apparently he meant 'nudge'!
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Who is most to blame for our demise?
at 15:21 10 Jun 2020

Who is most to blame for our demise?


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Who is the only player to play for Liverpool, Everton...
at 19:53 8 Jun 2020

...Man United and Man City?

I got this wrong - but a good question I thought.
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Just went to buy 8 cans of Sprite
at 18:05 1 Jun 2020

Got home and realised I'd only picked seven up.
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Not heard or read anything on this recently but..
at 08:26 30 May 2020

...weren't there genuine fears of high death rates in the slum areas of many of the poorer countries due to poor sanitary conditions and overcrowding? Have they dodged a bullet so far, or are we just too wrapped up in our own situation?
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Can anyone explain to me...
at 10:59 11 May 2020

...why schools can open from June but no word on when Parliament will reconvene?
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So who here has gone back to work today...
at 08:07 11 May 2020

...and who is sitting at home waiting for Wednesday to arrive so they can have unlimited exercise?
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Did anyone else notice the promise...
at 20:04 10 May 2020

...of 'hundreds of thousands of tests every day'?
Is this actually possible, and part of government policy? Or was Boris just making it up?
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Well that's cleared that up then.
at 19:14 10 May 2020

Ermm....
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Travel advice
at 18:42 5 May 2020

Looking to cancel our holiday to the States in July. Bought flights through a travel website using credit card. Didn't hold out much hope, but have just noticed that the e-ticket they sent us is for a different flight to the one we actually booked - same day but later. As this means we wouldn't then be able to make a connecting, onward flight, and the error is clearly theirs (we have screenshots to prove it - their confirmation email shows original flight details), then presumably this increases our chances of a refund surely? The original flight is not showing up when we search for it so presumably has been cancelled or is full. Anyone know about these things?
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Money saving idea for those of you with young kids
at 14:12 3 May 2020

Now is the ideal to save money this Christmas. Just tell your kids that Santa was too old and sadly didn't make it through the pandemic. You can thank me later.
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Lockdown 'fatigue'
at 12:02 27 Apr 2020

Our lockdown isn't really a lockdown at all, so people just need to abide by the guidelines and be thankful.
My daughter lives in an apartment in Madrid. She has only been outside 5 times in the last 45 days - to go to the supermarket which is 300m away. Not because she is paranoid - but because those are the rules and they are strictly enforced.
I spoke to her last night and they are indeed relaxing their lockdown. As of yesterday, children were allowed to go out for a walk with an adult - the first time in six weeks. Some children, without gardens, have been stuck indoors for the entire time. If the relaxaion goes well this week, it is hoped that adults will also be able to go outside for a recreational walk.
So people here really have no idea what a real lockdown entails - and this talk of 'lockdown fatigue' looks a bit silly in the context of other countries who have had much stricter rules.
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So - holiday plans
at 09:34 22 Apr 2020

Can anyone convince me that my trip to LA at the end of July is going to be ok?

No - thought not.
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Download file
at 15:49 18 Apr 2020

Index.html

Anyone else started to get this again? Had it a few months back and it has just started again today on my phone using TWTD. Fecking annoying!
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How we doing against Shrewsbury?
at 16:36 13 Apr 2020

Still no goals?
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