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    Default My head today feels like..



    I blame countless of Owd Roger last night..
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    Never mind Hopwas, tomorrow it wont be even a bad memory. I have heard women say the same about childbirth. You forget the bad bits and only remember the the good. You sure its only a hangover?

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    Quote Originally Posted by arwkrite View Post
    Never mind Hopwas, tomorrow it wont be even a bad memory. I have heard women say the same about childbirth. You forget the bad bits and only remember the the good. You sure its only a hangover?
    Oh yeah it is only hangover.. I counted 6 emplty bottles of Owd Roger in rubbish bin.. mind you they are 6.7%!

    To be honest I cant even remember what I watched on TV last night

    Oh snow getting heavy in Tamworth..
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    Blue sky and bright sunshine in Bromyard. I can see some cloud way off on the horizon to the northeast. Bromyard is built on steep hills and snow can easily bring the place to a standstill unless you are a farmer with the usual 4x4 or a tractor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arwkrite View Post
    Blue sky and bright sunshine in Bromyard. I can see some cloud way off on the horizon to the northeast. Bromyard is built on steep hills and snow can easily bring the place to a standstill unless you are a farmer with the usual 4x4 or a tractor.
    I visited Bromyard on the way to Mid Wales.. I must say Bromyard is rather boring (forgive me!)

    Leominister is far interesting place...
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    I have lived in both places and will take boring anytime. Trouble is , like most places, the youngsters have little to do. For some reason ,hidden in the mists of time ,there has always a rivalry, bordering on dislike, between the two towns which gives the rowdy element an excuse for a punch up or some window smashing. Mind you it is not very often I dont think they have the money for the bus fare.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hopwas View Post
    To be honest I cant even remember what I watched on TV last night
    Oh, I thought this was normal, not remembering what watched on TV, or even what went upstairs for

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    Default I blame Arkwrite

    All this northern talk of blue skies, it is snowing here, and I am only 5 miles north of the Solent, what have you done?

    Us southern softies will now all have to go home early, buses cease to function, will I even be able to go down the hill to the Green Dragon tomorrow?

    Sob

    PS , sorry arwkrite, the snow caused me to spell you wrongly
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    Quote Originally Posted by Farway View Post
    Oh, I thought this was normal, not remembering what watched on TV, or even what went upstairs for


    Iam eyeing the remaining Owd Roger on my desk. Maybe crack open in min.

    Looks like I have go through white carpet on roads to local shop to top up drinks...
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    Quote Originally Posted by hopwas View Post
    Oh yeah it is only hangover.. I counted 6 emplty bottles of Owd Roger in rubbish bin.. mind you they are 6.7%!
    Not just your head that's off today Hoppy, you have banana fingers as well - Owd Rodger is 7.6%. That means you consumed about 23 units last night what a fine effort Oliver Reed would be proud of you

    Nanny's daily limit is a piffling 4 units a day or 21 a week Personally I spill more than that.

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