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Meheecho e2
2 275 United Kingdom
8 Mar 2013 8:49PM
Care in the community--- arrrrrgh

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adrian_w e2
7 3.4k 4 Scotland
8 Mar 2013 9:33PM
we look after him on here, keep his insanity within bounds. Wink
Meheecho e2
2 275 United Kingdom
8 Mar 2013 10:30PM
Within bounds or bound up???GrinGrin
I used to be bound by the Official Secrets Act. I don't know if I will be suffering with an upset stomach - have eaten loads of mussels. No sympathy from the wife though, all she has said is ," I don't know how you can eat such muck."
RogBrown e2
7 3.0k 10 England
9 Mar 2013 3:20PM
Well, all the more for you then. Smile We're having them for starters tonight - delicious!
If you have any left,Rog, post them to me. Otherwise I will get extremely grumpy. I could not eat winkles as a youngster - they looked like sn*t. Finally tried them when I was 30+ and they are quite nice. There used to be jars of mussels by, - Van Smirren, but I may have the name wrong, they were done with tomatoes, onion, etc. Absolutely beautiful.

I wonder what the plebs are eating tonight, probably steak, lobster, venison, with champers, and some rotten French red wine.

Me - home made pie, plenty of gravy, loads of tetties and veg. Puddin', sorry, in case others are watching - 'dessert',--- ice cream out the freezer, the wife cannot be bothered to make a cheese cake or a big meringue.

Me, Grumpy ? No looking forward to some lovely proper food. I might be grumpy about 3am when I wake up with indigestion, but such is life.Grin
adrian_w e2
7 3.4k 4 Scotland
9 Mar 2013 8:06PM

Quote:Me, Grumpy ? No

Well what are you doing here then?Wink Should be on the happy forum.
RogBrown e2
7 3.0k 10 England
9 Mar 2013 10:54PM

Quote:If you have any left,Rog, post them to me.

Not a chance. You're far too happy. Bugger off to the Happy Forum & leave us grumps in peace! TongueTongueTongue
10 Mar 2013 12:13PM
Alright, I get the hint, but I am not taking it, because I am fed up with the BBC, both radio and TV. Tried once more to listen to 'Any Questions' on Friday night. The usual bunch of pollyticians ('cos they are like parrots.Grin) Quotes, "Fundamentally flawed," "at this moment in time", etc. The only time you get any sense is when they have a non-politician on the panel who starts to imbibe a bit of sense, and then he gets shouted down, interrupted by the others, including Mr. Dumbleby.
Also 3am this morning - indigestion - too many mussels and too much home made pie. I attacked the crust of it with gusto.
I hope these grumps make you happy (in a slight way, of courseTongue) and that I am still welcome here in a begrudging way.
adrian_w e2
7 3.4k 4 Scotland
10 Mar 2013 12:27PM
I suppose so, but no more of this happy malarky or you'll get sent back to the asylum!

Todays grump! B****y Craig Joubert! What a useless, biassed referee! His performance as Wales' 16th man was a disgrace.

Hope he enjoys his holiday home in the Valleys, at least the natives won't be burning that one down!SadSadSadSadSadSadSad
11 Mar 2013 11:54AM
I do not know why you get grumpy because Scotland were beaten by the leek eaters. It is only a game. You never hear me posting grumps when the Toon get beaten. I just go off and have a bloody good sulk.Wink
Oh, yes, and the reason I came here this morning - got out my Canon T90 loaded with slide film to take some snow shots, - beautiful sunny morning, with plenty blue sky. Forecast - light snow showers. Reached my destination and there was a complete white-out. Had to leave the camera in the car. Did not sulk, just had a damned good grump.
answersonapostcard e2
10 12.7k 15 United Kingdom
11 Mar 2013 1:15PM

Quote:It is only a game.


sharp intake breathe









Grin
adrian_w e2
7 3.4k 4 Scotland
11 Mar 2013 1:36PM
Sharp intake of breathe is not good enough! I insist he gets a 30 day banning for uttering such heresy!
Only a game indeed! It's like saying Chateau Lafite is only a grape juice drink!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
saltireblue e2
4 4.3k 26 Norway
11 Mar 2013 1:48PM
Banning is not enough. Heretics like this usually get burned at the stake...but he's a Geordie, and with that football team, he has already suffered more than any mortal should have to.Tongue
11 Mar 2013 1:56PM
Chateau Lafeet is self explanatory - trampling grapes with bare feet. Must be the sweat and goo between the toes which starts the fermentation.Grin
And, saltireblue, I do not take offence at your comment, I and thousands of others have suffered at St. James's Park. In fact, even after all these years, when I recall that Bedford Town beat us there, in the FA Cup, in the 1960's, I still get absolutely grumpy.
The chosen ones, like us on this group, have been brought into this life to live a miserable existence.SadSmileTongue

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