• Things that confuse me...

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    WandA [sign in to see picture]
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    What exactly happened to the summer?

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    WandA wrote:

    What exactly happened to the summer?

    It only existed whilst we were on holiday and staying indoors from too much sun!

    Adx

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    it happened same as always?

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    Radio 6 is fantastic.

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    headsouth wrote:

    Doug wrote:

    headsouth wrote:

    WandA wrote:

    Doug wrote:

    NOOO radio 1 is awesome, plays exactly the music i like, love it, plus no adds on it

    Dross. Utter gutter dross.

    I used to like you.

    Well it does play a reasonably varied range, but in general during the daytime it's pointless shit, as in music that *ONLY* exists to make money. I think it's still probably the music station I'd rather listen to during the daytime, as all local radio makes me want to drink battery acid. Much rather listen to 5live or Radio 4 though. Or my own choice of music.

    i wouldn't say that, its there for the clubs as well

    It might get played in clubs (which are, of course, businesses) but if there wan't the amount of money involved for the execs it wouldn't exist. A good majority of what else is out there is genuinely made, and published, for the enjoyment of doing so, often just breaking even financially.

    ah i get what you mean now

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    suze9 wrote:

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    The HMRC also confuse me as they tell you they want information and then make it as hard as the possibly can for you to give it to them! GRRR

    I found a number for the East Kilbride office and spoke to a human in 30 seconds!!! If you want it just say.

    Really useful resources . Not sure if the number you have is on there but maybe submit it to the world if this wasn't were you got it from!

    Twas from mumsnet but it worked so meh. A lovely lady sorted all but one issue (paperwork with OH's bank details on still missing with no word from numpty department as yet) so its brill in my opinion and worth a try 01355359007 plus its cheaper than the 0845 number.

    Are you a Mumsnetter, suze?

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    Why you only get rock at places by the sea (well, British attractions)?

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    WandA wrote:

    Why you only get rock at places by the sea (well, British attractions)?

    I would like to know the answer to this, should there be any rock manufacturers on the site this evening.

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    telemachus wrote:

    WandA wrote:

    Why you only get rock at places by the sea (well, British attractions)?

    I would like to know the answer to this, should there be any rock manufacturers on the site this evening.

    Reconstituted re-reformed jellyfish jelly mould is in the ingredients... perhaps that explains it, or at least the taste.

    (Actually quite a nice rock, Scrumpy cider, I'm feeling frisky this Friday evening)

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    WandA wrote:

    Why you only get rock at places by the sea (well, British attractions)?

    Hey that was my one! I asked you that in Scarborough!

    Adx

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    Theres rocks at attractions like Thorpe Park I recall but yeh more a seaside thing for some reason

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    electric, I mean, I know how it works and so on, but it's pretty wierd.

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    What on earth do the telly people expect freeview people to watch at 6 o'clock on a weekend when there is no simpsons?!

    VW x

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    telemachus wrote:

    suze9 wrote:

    WandA wrote:

    suze9 wrote:

    Wizzie86 wrote:

    The HMRC also confuse me as they tell you they want information and then make it as hard as the possibly can for you to give it to them! GRRR

    I found a number for the East Kilbride office and spoke to a human in 30 seconds!!! If you want it just say.

    Really useful resources . Not sure if the number you have is on there but maybe submit it to the world if this wasn't were you got it from!

    Twas from mumsnet but it worked so meh. A lovely lady sorted all but one issue (paperwork with OH's bank details on still missing with no word from numpty department as yet) so its brill in my opinion and worth a try 01355359007 plus its cheaper than the 0845 number.

    Are you a Mumsnetter, suze?

    Pop in from time to time, found it when I googled the merina coil last year, also use bounty which is how I found this site xxx

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    How is the guy on Man v Food not the size of a house with the amount he eats???

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    suze9 wrote:

    How is the guy on Man v Food not the size of a house with the amount he eats???

    That's interesting! He does pack it away. I reckon that's all he eats when filming and the rest of the time its lettuce and water.

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    headsouth wrote:

    Velour tracksuits.

    What the shuddering fuck?

    Ewwwww!

    My eyes are burning!

    I feel ill!

    Master Robin, They've stolen my eyes!

    Arrggghhhh!

    You don't like them on women either then?

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    tronic wrote:

    suze9 wrote:

    How is the guy on Man v Food not the size of a house with the amount he eats???

    That's interesting! He does pack it away. I reckon that's all he eats when filming and the rest of the time its lettuce and water.

    He is eating 4 1/2 lb of steak, that weighs more than my biggest twin at birth!!! He would have to live in the gym once he had recovered.

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    was that the one which looked like a bike saddle suze? i saw that bike saddle episode, it was horrendous and yet alluring at the same time!

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    tronic wrote:

    was that the one which looked like a bike saddle suze? i saw that bike saddle episode, it was horrendous and yet alluring at the same time!

    No it was bigger than that one, it was made up of 5 different cuts of beef. Its the hot ones that are funny, god he must be crazy!!!

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