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« Reply #25290 on: Monday, March 29, 2021, 14:15:16 »

That old, religious battle axe that was on Naked Attraction. Banging on about her pussy and one of the blokeís nobs  looking like a toad.

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« Reply #25291 on: Monday, March 29, 2021, 16:07:16 »

Is this possibly the most uninspiring evening ever....

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« Reply #25292 on: Monday, March 29, 2021, 16:14:01 »

When we got the dog I signed up to a Facebook page as French Bulldogs can be odd things, this post from over the weekend made me smile...

Would anyone love a new frenchie to add to their home! Everyone...... get a frenchie!

Well little piggy was having a lovely dream at the side of me, thought awwwww so went into spoon him. He then rolled on his back and smiled like he always does. So anyway I carry on cuddling and scratching his tummy and blow a cute raspberry on his tummy.

I felt something wet hit the side of my face and nose, yeah turned round to see what it was, my dog shot his load in my face! Then did the rest on my bed as I jumped up screaming and retching!
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« Reply #25293 on: Monday, March 29, 2021, 16:47:35 »

When we got the dog I signed up to a Facebook page as French Bulldogs can be odd things, this post from over the weekend made me smile...

Would anyone love a new frenchie to add to their home! Everyone...... get a frenchie!

Well little piggy was having a lovely dream at the side of me, thought awwwww so went into spoon him. He then rolled on his back and smiled like he always does. So anyway I carry on cuddling and scratching his tummy and blow a cute raspberry on his tummy.

I felt something wet hit the side of my face and nose, yeah turned round to see what it was, my dog shot his load in my face! Then did the rest on my bed as I jumped up screaming and retching!


 
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« Reply #25294 on: Monday, March 29, 2021, 22:14:02 »

When we got the dog I signed up to a Facebook page as French Bulldogs can be odd things, this post from over the weekend made me smile...

Would anyone love a new frenchie to add to their home! Everyone...... get a frenchie!

Well little piggy was having a lovely dream at the side of me, thought awwwww so went into spoon him. He then rolled on his back and smiled like he always does. So anyway I carry on cuddling and scratching his tummy and blow a cute raspberry on his tummy.

I felt something wet hit the side of my face and nose, yeah turned round to see what it was, my dog shot his load in my face! Then did the rest on my bed as I jumped up screaming and retching!

Reckon that should be on the 'Trivial things you don't understand/mildly annoy you ' thread !!.
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« Reply #25295 on: Tuesday, March 30, 2021, 08:32:10 »

Barton losing the plot again😀
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-9415739/Joey-Barton-face-legal-battle-Bristol-Rovers-predecessors-Paul-Tisdale-Ben-Garner.html
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« Reply #25296 on: Tuesday, March 30, 2021, 23:15:42 »

Before I start, it's for Walking/Hiking pace, not Jogging or owt.

Managed to maintain my average pace of 4mph whilst out on an undulating 10mile hike, early this evening. Completed in just under 2hrs 30mins.

What was also nice, is to be able to get a load of shit done and still have time to head out for some decent exercise as well enjoy the countryside. I left home at around 5.30pm and it was just a little dusky as I was on the approach to home a little before 8pm. ONe of the advantages of being further North in the Summer. Even longer days. I'm sure Horlock will agree, as can probably BO from his time North of the border, to even greater length too Smiley
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« Reply #25297 on: Wednesday, March 31, 2021, 09:12:45 »

Before I start, it's for Walking/Hiking pace, not Jogging or owt.

Managed to maintain my average pace of 4mph whilst out on an undulating 10mile hike, early this evening. Completed in just under 2hrs 30mins.

What was also nice, is to be able to get a load of shit done and still have time to head out for some decent exercise as well enjoy the countryside. I left home at around 5.30pm and it was just a little dusky as I was on the approach to home a little before 8pm. ONe of the advantages of being further North in the Summer. Even longer days. I'm sure Horlock will agree, as can probably BO from his time North of the border, to even greater length too Smiley

That sounds great Bamboo! Good to get out in the fresh air to blow away the cobwebs. Re the long evenings, my only real memory to be honest was the school I went to in Haddington, East Lothian and utilising its massive playing fields to play football with friends, long long into the summer evenings. Prior to the game of course we would all stock up on glass bottles of Irn Bru for energy. No rubbish left either as you got 20p for each bottle returned IIRC!!
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« Reply #25298 on: Wednesday, March 31, 2021, 21:29:45 »

Germany doing well tonight  Cheesy
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« Reply #25299 on: Thursday, April 1, 2021, 19:20:36 »

Light at 19:22 hrs
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« Reply #25300 on: Thursday, April 1, 2021, 19:23:12 »

Tadpoles in the pond. As Iím working from home it will be cool to watch them turn into frogs over the next couple of months.
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« Reply #25301 on: Thursday, April 1, 2021, 20:33:45 »

Light at 19:22 hrs

Amazing how just being a couple or so hundred miles north, in our tiny country and the time between dusk (and dawn) is still fairly significant. 1940hrs ish for sundown and still "light" at 2000hrs.
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Could cute cockended "compete for cash" Curran
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Could cuckoos make couscous
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« Reply #25302 on: Friday, April 2, 2021, 13:07:31 »

Saw a bloke out on my run this morning wearing one of this season's mythical away shirts, I was so surprised I interrupted his run to ask him about it, like seeing a unicorn! If it was anyone on here, apologies for interrupting you.
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« Reply #25303 on: Friday, April 2, 2021, 13:19:12 »

Careful when out walking😀

https://www.oxfordmail.co.uk/news/19203413.oxfordshire-beauty-spots-used-dogging/
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« Reply #25304 on: Friday, April 2, 2021, 13:56:36 »

I was out on my run this morning and this nutter started talking to me, no mask or anything.
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