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  1. Over 70s prefer SEX than going to cinema ... and love Queen and Only Fools and Horses Many one liners in the article from Fools and horses. Such as 1 Did you know, 500 years ago this was a green and peaceful area? The old Earl of Peckham had a castle where the Kwik-Fit exhaust centre now stands. Flaxen-haired maidens used to dance round the village maypole of an evening. And then one fateful medieval day, the Trotter clan arrived in a stolen Zephyr. And as for queen i remember the group starting.Do you? And Fools and horses. As for sex my daughter thinks anyone over the age of 40 is well past it. No comment from the owl. But a joke perhaps. A guy stuck his head into a barbershop and asked, "How long before I can get a haircut?" The barber looked around the shop full of customers and said, "About 2 hours." The guy left. A few days later, the same guy stuck his head in the door and asked, "How long before I can get a haircut?" The barber looked around at the shop and said, "About 3 hours." The guy left. A week later, the same guy stuck his head in the shop and asked, "How long before I can get a haircut?" The barber looked around the shop and said, "About an hour and a half." The guy left. The barber turned to his friend and said, "Hey, Bob, do me a favor, follow him and see where he goes. He keeps asking how long he has to wait for a haircut, but he never comes back. " A little while later, Bob returned to the shop, laughing hysterically. The barber asked, So, where does he go when he leaves?" Bob looked up, wiped the tears from his eyes and said, "Your house!" More. A third of 70-somethings are still working for a living years after retirement age , according to a survey. And are carrying debt. And 22% are working full time, despite picking up their bus passes several years ago Quite a good article covering a good few things. And all of a sudden has made me realise how quick time goes. So make sure you enjoy it.I am sure you are. A lady i have just been reading about who i find fascinating. One of her sayings. “I pity people who can't find laughter or at least some bit of amusement in the little doings of the day. I believe I could find something ridiculous even in the saddest moment, if necessary. It has nothing to do with being superficial. It's a matter of joy in life.” ― Sophie Scholl The article. http://www.mirror.co.uk/money/over-70s-prefer-sex-going-7467869
  2. I bought an oven and hob as ex display in the local branch of howdens. I gave them my new address. I got a carbon copy "delivery note" when I picked the item up (back in November) afterwards I received no monthly statement- bill- nothing. In fact, I was starting to wonder if a bill was ever going to come. anyway, at the end of last month a rather agressive letter came from their credit team. I rang immediately and said that I had received a grand total of zero bills from them- they said the delivery note was a bill- of course it's not a bill, its a delivery note. anyway, it turns out it was all down to confusion over addresses, all my statements were going to my old address. However, they did have my new address as the credit team wrote to me using it. I said I would get the money to them in cash when I next get paid- which is the 15th of Feb. I spoke to the manager, he was happy. He thought the matter was settled. I got a call from credit control on the 1st of this month, I told him I was going to pay on the 15th- when I get paid. so, I'm thinking all is in order. today, a heavy brown envelope drops through the door- a court claim. No LBA, no 14 days, just a big fat court claim including solicitor fees and court fee. I spoke to the guy on the 1st, the claim was put in on the 7th. mmmmm. what a great company to deal with. fools.
  3. Had a phone call from our dear friends at Buchannan Clarke & Wells,went as follows: Hello is Mr padja there? Who is calling? Its Buchannan Clatke & Wells over a business matter. Hold on.............Mr Padja says he doesn't know you Can you confirm your address I'm not Mr Padja, so no Ok I will send a letter Awww thats nice Endo of call I await the letter with great anticipation.......ahhhh I've missed BCW
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