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RE: THRIFT STORE SAILING....

Hi Ro. Well done on the bargain hunting.cheering

I prefer upcycling and love going to reclamation yards and buying something that needs some T.L.C and restoring it . This is an old cast Iron Bistro set that I found all rusted up for £20 and after a good clean with a wire brush and some metallic paint this was the result. I love it.

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RE: Water Melon Breakfst

@ Conrad.

Think I'll pass on that one rolling on the floor laughing

RE: Breakfast at Bob’s

Hi Gal, I think T.C burnt his tongue judging by his post.wink

RE: Is it true joe biden said we have nothing to fear but fear itself ?

Sir Francis Bacon a 16th century English philosopher once wrote that "nothing is terrible except fear itself".

In his first inaugural address to the nation, US President Franklin D. Roosevelt picked up on this theme and called people to courage and action when he restated Bacon's line and famously championed "we have nothing to fear but fear itself.".

Maybe a touch of plagiarism.

dunno

RE: Roast chicken lunch

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RE: Say Anything

Here's a couple of freebies for you Bluelaugh

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RE: Current Thoughts #5

Must say that I don't read most of their comments. They're far too long winded and life is short! Besides, it's difficult to understand what they're saying when their heads are buried so far up their a**es![/quote

rolling on the floor laughing rolling on the floor laughing rolling on the floor laughing

Nice one bassador.

RE: Roast chicken lunch

Takes one to recognise one. rolling on the floor laughing rolling on the floor laughing

RE: Current Thoughts #5

I was till I decided to pop on the Forums and the usual suspects start having their boring digs.laugh

RE: Roast chicken lunch

That's the problem you've already told us you want to learn how to cook, so no I won't be eating anything you cook until you take a cookery course.

Fortunately I can cook ,especially books.

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RE: Women, have you ever confronted the other women in your man’s life.

Never experienced it personally , but I certainly wouldn't bother about the other woman, I'd be more interested in confronting the cheating man and dumping/divorcing him .

RE: Water Melon Breakfst

According to all the posts on twitter re the daily menus being posted he's put on loads of weight.

RE: Roast chicken lunch

Still is peaceful but boring as heck with all your copy and paste meals on wheels.moping

RE: Current Thoughts #5

Hi Bassadorhug

Totally agree . Used to be fun on here but now it's all about control and name calling.sigh

RE: Roast chicken lunch

He didn't get Pek's joke so I doubt he'll get yours.wink

RE: DECLUTTERIG

In the UK our medical records are with the G.P as we have the N.H.S.

Think carefully before chucking files

Evidence of systemic mis-selling often takes years to work through the system – if it’s related to a pension it could be many decades. So, it’s impossible now to say what you may need the paperwork for in a few years’ time. Therefore for safety, keeping old documents as long as you can – even for now-closed products – is a reasonable precaution.

If you’re trying to save space, it’s probably not necessary to keep everything once it hits its six-year birthday. Just the application and acceptance forms, and a couple of statements a year should be enough to give you at least some comfort.

I'm glad I kept mine as I had a PPI and was able to produce records allowing me a substantial payback on an overpayment

For you and Skedaddle. teddybear

RE: Dinner Roast Pork

wow Heaven forbid. Who'd want to be an alley cat.

I didn't realise that you owned the Forums. bowing

RE: Dinner Roast Pork

Score the skin and rub it with a little oil and salt before baking.handshake

RE: Britain threatens to walk out of trade talks with EU

I have everything crossed for them. Helen was married to my brother who died when he was 35 and we have still kept in touch all these years. Now she is having to go through the pain once again with her second husband. He has had extensive chemo which has taken it's toll so deserves some good news.

Hope your amigo continues to go from strength to strength. Thanks for sharing.teddybear

RE: Why don’t chicken breasts have nipples?

You make the list, I'll hire the hitmanhead banger

RE: Why don’t chicken breasts have nipples?

Bog off. My winnings are going to charity.tongue

RE: Why don’t chicken breasts have nipples?

Because they don't suckle their young. Chicks start feeding on chicken feed as soon as they are born.

Throw a party for the Democrats with the money.grin

RE: Say Anything

Ground control to Major Tomrolling on the floor laughing rolling on the floor laughing rolling on the floor laughing

RE: Say Anything

Maybe I should do all my posts in verse. It might confuse the trolls.grin

RE: Britain threatens to walk out of trade talks with EU

Thanks Selanite That was 4 years ago when I still lived in Bournemouth and Anne did pass away within 4 months. Her husband John still has the villa in Spain and continues to visit.

I have family in Germany having the last scan on Thursday to see if they have managed to kill the metastatic cells from pancreatic cancer but it's not looking hopeful. I am dreading the news.sigh

Take care hug

RE: Dinner Roast Pork

What me assume wow It's on his profilescold

The mermaid is a bald headed troll and wouldn't taste very nice so I threw it back.wink

RE: Say Anything

The difference being that they were pleased with your efforts.

There was a young man called Bod
Who loved fish and chips but with cod
His dog was amazing,
And set the trails blazing
Then dropped off to sleep with a nod
hug

RE: Dinner Roast Pork

He's a computer programmer Galrads.scold

RE: Britain threatens to walk out of trade talks with EU

It's a two way stretch Selenite

I had an E 121 form from the UK which I applied for through the Seguridad Social in Cartagena so as a pensioner my treatment and meds were all covered.

My English pal who still lived in Spain at the time was visiting the U.K and fell over breaking several bones in her foot. The hospital bill for her ops was over £10 ,000 which she had to pay but fortunately had taken out insurance.

I don't understand why you would say they don't perform eye ops for diabetics as my friend's husband is just booked in for this and my other friend on Stage 5 kidney failure is waiting for the dialysis to be sorted.

Meanwhile another friend living 6 months Spain and 6 months UK with a home in both countries had to pay Private in Spain to be told she had 2 months to live with as she had metastatic cancer and he told her to return to the UK.handshake

RE: Britain threatens to walk out of trade talks with EU

I found it hilarious pedro.wink

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