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    #51
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    Toby Gymshorts wrote: I have wardrobes to assemble tomorrow. Hopefully the man in my head will lend me his hammer.
    you could just fuck it off and go to the pub.

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      #52
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      They're IKEA wardrobes, so at some point I probably will just to avoid declaring war on Sweden.

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        #53
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        There's a Christmas market on in Liverpool. When I leave work I can walk back to the car and avoid it, or I can walk back through the middle, being assailed by the aromas of bratwurst, hog roast, steaming sui mai and random meat burgers.

        The latter will almost certainly mean I stop and buy something unhealthy to eat.

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          #54
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          i'm full of whimsy today. feeling proper cheeky, like.

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            #55
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            My lunchtime apple was a bit bruised; my four o’clock apple looks ok.

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              #56
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              Gangster Octopus wrote: Glad to hear that your cupboard hadn't moved...

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                #57
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                Stumpy Pepys wrote:
                Originally posted by Benjm
                I just posted a parcel. Right up until I reached the service window, I wasn't sure whether to send it Signed For or not, but in the end settled for getting proof of postage.
                Did you secure it with string or sticky tape?
                Tape, but the parcel was fashioned from trad brown paper.

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                  #58
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                  According to a Swedish woman I dated for one entire evening Ikea should be pronounced Ikee - a (as in eeeuww, that's seriously ikee)

                  So not 'eye key a' or 'ee kay a'

                  She was a bit of a wind-up artist though

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                    #59
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                    Gangster Octopus wrote: There was a bit of a hold up on the bus this morning as it was going past that Tesco Metro that's taken over the Apollo on Pinner Road. There was a JCB sort of parked on the pavement, surrounded by police blue-and-white tape. As we went on, there was a big hole in the front of the Tesco. Obviously someone'd decided that rather than withdraw money from the ATM, they'd just withdraw the ATM...
                    Hardly mundane, that would pass for the apocalypse in Port Seton. Gertcha.

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                      #60
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                      I just spent around 45 seconds wondering if I had anything mundane to report.

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                        #61
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                        caja-dglh wrote: Michigan wished they had a new arm for shoelaces.
                        Michigan should get together with Peloponnese.

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                          #62
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                          Well I say 45 seconds, but at least 25 of those were spent staring blankly out the window and not really thinking about anything.

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                            #63
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                            RobM wrote:
                            Originally posted by Gangster Octopus
                            There was a bit of a hold up on the bus this morning as it was going past that Tesco Metro that's taken over the Apollo on Pinner Road. There was a JCB sort of parked on the pavement, surrounded by police blue-and-white tape. As we went on, there was a big hole in the front of the Tesco. Obviously someone'd decided that rather than withdraw money from the ATM, they'd just withdraw the ATM...
                            Hardly mundane, that would pass for the apocalypse in Port Seton. Gertcha.
                            Fair point, it'll probably make the front page of next week's Harry O. It didn't seem worth a thread of its own, mind.

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                              #64
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                              Twisted Sister wrote: My lunchtime apple was a bit bruised; my four o’clock apple looks ok.
                              You have TWO apples each day?

                              Are you quite mad?

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                                #65
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                                I quite like them. Apples, I mean.

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                                  #66
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                                  I live life to the MAX.

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                                    #67
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                                    I've got an orange; if it rains this afternoon, which appears likely, i shall make a pot of Smoking Bishop, which is both delicious and a convenient excuse for running the oven.

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                                      #68
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                                      Left the pistachios I was going to bring for a snack at home.

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                                        #69
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                                        A bloke at work just scrounged a fag off me.

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                                          #70
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                                          Better when they scrounge a light, as well. Cuz then you get to say "Would you like a kick in the ass to get you puffing, too?"

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                                            #71
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                                            12 salt & pepper sui mai, eaten with my fingers on the cold walk back to the car - bloody wonderful.

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                                              #72
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                                              Incandenza wrote: Left the pistachios I was going to bring for a snack at home.
                                              Hey, Honey Badger.

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                                                #73
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                                                I wore my James Bond Swatch watch today, but I don't know which one I'll be wearing tomorrow. I won't decide until I get dressed in the morning.

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                                                  #74
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                                                  I have a Swatch problem too, Billy. See squiggly.com for details. Their 'Vintage' and 'Specials' sections are particularly troublesome.

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                                                    #75
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                                                    me microwave's fucked

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