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elgin eagle 11-05-2016 10:36 AM

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Originally Posted by ExiledStirling (Post 12983308)
I am in full moan mode Paul...... bet they are forgeries .

(btw just sent you a text about them before seeing this message :))

:D

Chris is coming up for a beer, I'll give him your forgery to take back down. Don't fancy going near stirling at the moment. Thanks though I'm coping. military world and a lifetime of watching Palace concede stupid goals has given me good coping skills at dealing with traumatic stress :)

ExiledStirling 11-05-2016 11:33 AM

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Originally Posted by elgin eagle (Post 12983331)
:D

Chris is coming up for a beer, I'll give him your forgery to take back down. Don't fancy going near stirling at the moment. Thanks though I'm coping. military world and a lifetime of watching Palace concede stupid goals has given me good coping skills at dealing with traumatic stress :)

Good stuff mate.. yes probably staying away from Stirling is a good thing for you.. I can understand your military experience giving you assistance in dealing with your awful experience but nothing more traumatic than Palace giving away a late goal is probably the key and most important thing in giving you the strength and the coping skills to get through it :)

elgin eagle 11-05-2016 11:59 AM

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Originally Posted by ExiledStirling (Post 12983457)
Good stuff mate.. yes probably staying away from Stirling is a good thing for you.. I can understand your military experience giving you assistance in dealing with your awful experience but nothing more traumatic than Palace giving away a late goal is probably the key and most important thing in giving you the strength and the coping skills to get through it :)

Exactly mate. Nobody understands post traumatic stress better than a Palace fan. Its instilled into us as children.

Jerry Murphy's Fringe 12-05-2016 08:58 AM

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Originally Posted by Terrace Bickle (Post 12982844)
I'll try shoving a stick in it, the covers don't seem to last that long. That or the wife can find it herself....

:eek::eek:

Oddjob 12-05-2016 10:56 AM

Hayfever

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Chocky 12-05-2016 11:52 PM

Seeing my dementia Mum today and her not having a clue it was my Birthday, and she didn't know it was her Birthday on Monday either (89). I took her flowers and chocolates she didn't have a scooby what they were for.

Oh and having the shits last night, annoyingly having to run like a bastard to squirt mud piss out my arsehole every 30 minutes. Not totally annoying, annoying would have meant me not getting to the pan and my strides down in time and one session was close. Close to posting on the Poo thread.

Nostrils 12-05-2016 11:55 PM

Happy Birthday mate. Bet she still enjoyed the chocolates anyway.

Chocky 13-05-2016 12:05 AM

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Originally Posted by Nostrils (Post 12987504)
Happy Birthday mate. Bet she still enjoyed the chocolates anyway.

Thanks and oh yes she did, she's just a little girl now, hates proper food only wants cakes, sweets and chocolate.

Chocky 13-05-2016 12:40 AM

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Originally Posted by Glen Eagle (Post 12972380)
Your only chance there is The Lounge Bar. They have all games on at 4pm on Saturdays but if everyone is playing at the same time last game of the season it will be hit and miss. Only place I know it's guaranteed to be on is a bar I drink in but it's a 30 euro cab journey from you.

Thanks for that. Is The Lounge Bar in the Harbour Area?[/QUOTE]

No it's up the hill, Google Lounge Bar Avenida Bonanza. However, with our game meaningless except to a Southampton fan it might have to be requested. The owner is called 'Bolton Dave'. Daft name for an Accrington Stanley fan.

Stellavista 13-05-2016 02:12 AM

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Originally Posted by Supa Pard (Post 12982103)
My 2 dogs.
They're cockerpoos (hmmmm) who've been named Chewey and Chief when they should've been named Itchy and Scratchy....they fight..and bite, and fight and bite and fight!
Fight fight fight...bite bite bite...
I love dogs but they both must pack it in soon or in the oven they're gonna go.
Gas mark 5.

Is that the new 'we sent them to live on the farm'?

kayjay 13-05-2016 05:59 AM

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Originally Posted by Chocky (Post 12987494)
squirt mud piss

:supergrin:

Far East Eagle 13-05-2016 06:05 AM

Contract 'negotiations' where the boss tells you this is the contract, like it or lump it. *****.

glenn.f 14-05-2016 11:24 AM

Just had the sound out from the missus that her eldest is in need of being bailed out yet again. So more savings about to be swallowed by his bank charges and standard life mistakes. Wouldn't mind if she would give him a proper bollocking, but the old final warning always falls on deaf ears ready to be repeated in six months. Glad my own two aren't as ******* hopeless as that chump.

Worksop Palace 14-05-2016 12:45 PM

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Originally Posted by glenn.f (Post 12990643)
Just had the sound out from the missus that her eldest is in need of being bailed out yet again. So more savings about to be swallowed by his bank charges and standard life mistakes. Wouldn't mind if she would give him a proper bollocking, but the old final warning always falls on deaf ears ready to be repeated in six months. Glad my own two aren't as ******* hopeless as that chump.

Keep bailing him out and, well, you'll keep balling him out.

Jerry Murphy's Fringe 14-05-2016 12:56 PM

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Originally Posted by glenn.f (Post 12990643)
Just had the sound out from the missus that her eldest is in need of being bailed out yet again. So more savings about to be swallowed by his bank charges and standard life mistakes. Wouldn't mind if she would give him a proper bollocking, but the old final warning always falls on deaf ears ready to be repeated in six months. Glad my own two aren't as ******* hopeless as that chump.

Is this a progression from one of my all time favourite threads, about the peculiarity of humanity that is teenagers?

Supa Pard 14-05-2016 01:12 PM

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Originally Posted by Stellavista (Post 12987731)
Is that the new 'we sent them to live on the farm'?

No.
It it really is a case of in the oven they're gonna go.

Yoda 14-05-2016 01:35 PM

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Originally Posted by glenn.f (Post 12990643)
Just had the sound out from the missus that her eldest is in need of being bailed out yet again. So more savings about to be swallowed by his bank charges and standard life mistakes. Wouldn't mind if she would give him a proper bollocking, but the old final warning always falls on deaf ears ready to be repeated in six months. Glad my own two aren't as ******* hopeless as that chump.

What age is he?

If we're talking 25+ with a job, I'd prepare a contract for him to sign specifying how he's going to pay you both back, in staged payments over a specified time.

Charge no interest (it's family after all), but what you're trying to establish here is that you guys aren't a free bank that can support for ever.

If he defaults long term, bring him before Judge Rinder!

mushroom 14-05-2016 03:51 PM

My daughter using a glittery bath bomb and not washing the bath out afterwards. I now look like a walking vaggazzle

sherrifbart 14-05-2016 04:33 PM

People who visit the country side,and think it is ok. to let their dogs run loose on farmland,i had to fire a shot in the air today to get a large alsation away from some lambs in my field,the dogs owner then uses the classic line"Hes a lovely dog,he wont hurt your lambs",i advised him that if i see said dog again i will assume he is a wolf,and shoot the thing,as well as any witnesses to the event.He left in a huff,convinced that i was merely being horrid,telling me that i must hate animals.They really dont get it.


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