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So you need better specs because you want to be able to see it properly?

 

 

hmmmmmmmmmm:cool:;):D


 

 

If all else fails, kick them where it hurts and SOD'EM;)

 

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So you need better specs because you want to be able to see it properly?

 

 

hmmmmmmmmmm:cool:;):D

LOL!:grin::grin::grin:

Yes Needed to get a better look !:D:grin:


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I went to a fantastic BBQ yesterday evening with a wonderful bunch of friends. Unfortunately, after drinking a few glasses of wine, I performed a classic 'You've Been Framed' action of sitting on a chair and then falling straight through it onto my bottom. I did, however, manage to hold onto my glass of vino and hardly spilling a drop!

 

I have woken up this morning with a beautiful coloured behind and very sore ribs from laughing so much.


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Went to collect a prescription from the chemists the other day and due to the medication I take, am exempt from charges (about the only thing in my life I get free!).

 

The assistant had very kindly ticked the exemption reason on the back -----OVER 60!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

Well I am not quite 52, so must have been looking a bit rough that day :)

 

I couldn't help but point it out to her, she really didn't know what to say!

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Went to collect a prescription from the chemists the other day and due to the medication I take, am exempt from charges (about the only thing in my life I get free!).

 

The assistant had very kindly ticked the exemption reason on the back -----OVER 60!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

Well I am not quite 52, so must have been looking a bit rough that day :)

 

I couldn't help but point it out to her, she really didn't know what to say!

Oh poor you.! That really made your day! I think not:eek:


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I went to a fantastic BBQ yesterday evening with a wonderful bunch of friends. Unfortunately, after drinking a few glasses of wine, I performed a classic 'You've Been Framed' action of sitting on a chair and then falling straight through it onto my bottom. I did, however, manage to hold onto my glass of vino and hardly spilling a drop!

 

I have woken up this morning with a beautiful coloured behind and very sore ribs from laughing so much.

That would have been a great video shot!:D:D


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Jowalshy,

 

Exactly the same thing happened to me at an air show a few years ago.

 

Like you, I didn't spill a drop! :D

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That would have been a great video shot!:D:D

 

 

My friend did ask if I would do it again for the camera...cheeky mare :lol:


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I remember once we used to keep a couple of Polecats and i held one while my OH took a video shot of me holding Spike this Polecats name,One minute i was smiling at the camera the next minute i was shouting as spike had got hold of my ear and started biting it and pulling on it!:eek: That madee quite a funny shot! My rotten hubby started killling himself laughing!


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My friend did ask if I would do it again for the camera...cheeky mare :lol:

It would have made a good shot for you been framed!:D


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Another little inncident concerning our polecats,Onc day our polecats manged to escape out of their run in the garden:eek: It was bbit of a panick but we eventually manged to find the beggars ,Howvwe my OH could not believe it when he played bback some video film I had taken where i was actually filming them escaping! LOL As they could quite easily be seen clear as day diging this big hole to use an escape bolt!:eek: At time i though they were just doing a bit of harmless digging and did not think to question the hole they were digging and that the begars were going to plan to dig under fence! My oh never let me foeget i had actually filmed then escaping!


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Another little inncident concerning our polecats,Onc day our polecats manged to escape out of their run in the garden:eek: It was bbit of a panick but we eventually manged to find the beggars ,Howvwe my OH could not believe it when he played bback some video film I had taken where i was actually filming them escaping! LOL As they could quite easily be seen clear as day diging this big hole to use an escape bolt!:eek: At time i though they were just doing a bit of harmless digging and did not think to question the hole they were digging and that the begars were going to plan to dig under fence! My oh never let me foeget i had actually filmed then escaping!

Were they whistling the theme tune to the great escape?:-D

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Were they whistling the theme tune to the great escape?:-D

LOL!:D:D:D

Trouble is My Oh will never forget it though! and every visiter we get he always tells them about me filmimg the polecats escaping!:eek: Sandy and spike the two most wanted polecats in England! LOL


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Well that was a wasted journey. I went to collect my son from school. He comes out at 3.15pm, but you have to get there early otherwise you can't get a parking space. I arrived outside the school at approx 2.50pm. I waited until 3.10pm to walk down the school drive and into the playground where I pick my son up. My son came out and said "Mummy, what are you doing here? I'm going to my friends house for tea!" So I left the school, got into my car and drove home...alone.

 

Doh!


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My daughter has a number of after school clubs. Two end at 4.00 pm and one ends at 5pm. Dopey here turned up last week at 4.00 p.m on the 5.00 pm day.

 

As you say, doh!!

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Well that was a wasted journey. I went to collect my son from school. He comes out at 3.15pm, but you have to get there early otherwise you can't get a parking space. I arrived outside the school at approx 2.50pm. I waited until 3.10pm to walk down the school drive and into the playground where I pick my son up. My son came out and said "Mummy, what are you doing here? I'm going to my friends house for tea!" So I left the school, got into my car and drove home...alone.

 

Doh!

 

:D

 

Was the tea at his friends house already planned?

 

If so, I would get my own back by not picking him up from there.;):cool::twisted::p


 

 

If all else fails, kick them where it hurts and SOD'EM;)

 

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In my job I have to show my boss my driving licence every 6 months, to stay on the insurance. I went to get it, put it in my back pocket and thought I may as well go to the loo while I was upstairs. However I managed to flush my licence down the toilet, plastic wallet and all!! I waited a couple of minutes in case it reappeared, but no such luck, so I had to go and explain to her why I couldn't show my licence. No-one could do any work for laughing.


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Sunflower... it really is worth going for the mamogram if you are asked. The pain soon passes (get yourself to Asda!) and it is better to be safe than sorry. I have a family history so now have to have it done every 12 months but I will be going no matter what (might try tesco next time!!):D

Hi Jailbird!

We talked that one up talking about boobs in chillers! :eek: I just got a summons for my routine mammogram today for being over 50!:eek::eek:


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Went on hen weekend last weekend and stayed at the hen's house. She ran out of loo roll, so we ended up using wet wipes. On the back of the loo was a pack of wet wipes, and a pack of Domestos cleaning wipes :eek:. Thank god I looked properly at the last minute!! :eek: It was a close one!


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Speaking of the hen and daft things, we were amazed that nobody got injured. Usually when we go out one of us gets injued. Last time it was me and I ended up with concussion. I think one of the funniest incidents was her daughters 18th. She got very drunk (I don't think her baby turning 18 helped her frame of mind) and me, her, and her husband to be went back to their house (I live quite far away and a taxi would be a fortune). The hen went upstairs and there was a HUGE bang, it was so loud it shook the house, it sounded like a wardrobe falling over or something it was that loud. Her fella was sat watching telly, just acting like nothing had happened. I said to him did he not think he should go upstairs and make sure she was ok (she was VERY drunk and I was about to go and check myself). He said he'd be a minute, went upstairs to check on her and never came back down. So I sat there watching telly, assumed she was ok. After a while I hear her groaning. A lot, and loudly :-o. I assumed the obvious... Ok, we are close, but we are not that close! I decided that was my cue to leave, screw the cost of taxi I didn't want to stay and listen to them 'at it'.

I went home and the morning after she rang to ask me where I was and what happened as she's woken up with a huge black eye (we're talking half of her face), bruises everywhere, I was nowhere to be found and she rememberd nothing. Apparently her OH hadn't gone to check on her, he'd just gone to sleep in the spare room, and the groaning i heard must have been her groaning somewhere upstairs in pain!! We still don't know what she hit, but whatever it was it was bloody hard! She was in hysterics when I told her why I left. It was a good job I did leave though, because apparently during the night out she'd told her OH that he was sentenced for something to the spare room (hence why he went there), and that I was staying with her in their room. I usually stay in the spare room, and nobody had informed me of the change in rooms so it could have ended up a lot worse, scaring the hell out of myself and her OH had I decided to stay and go to bed!!


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lol, a friend of mine had a couple staying at their house. In the night the bloke needed the loo. Half asleep he found his way to the bathroom, when he was going back to bed he forgot he was not at home and went into the wrong room and climbed into bed with my friend ahd her husband.

 

They were asleep themselves and automaticaly shuffled up so he could get in!

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lol, a friend of mine had a couple staying at their house. In the night the bloke needed the loo. Half asleep he found his way to the bathroom, when he was going back to bed he forgot he was not at home and went into the wrong room and climbed into bed with my friend ahd her husband.

 

They were asleep themselves and automaticaly shuffled up so he could get in!

 

:-o:lol::lol::lol:

 

Really did laugh out loud then! Now that's funny!


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Thank you everyone for a good laugh - a few of these have had my shoulders going:D

 

A few of mine are

Recently bent over to flush the loo and dropped my sunglasses straight in. Unfortunately I'd not quite got to the flushing bit...luckily it was only number 1's

 

Went to Brighton with OH when he was working there for the day. Went into the shopping centre on my own and was happily striding through window shopping, but not paying attention to where I was walking. Well I managed to walk full tilt into the granite benches that go all down the centre of the arcade. I was going at enough speed that I twatted both my shins and ended up bent over at the waist with my hands on the bench. No-one to laugh about it with, and to add to the humiliation a lovely lady came over and asked if I was ok. No actually, I think I've broken my legs in several places and I look like I'm waiting for someone to grab me from behind. Now if you don't mind I'm going to muster up what's left of my dignity and my shins and hobble away:)

 

In a similar vein when I was about 14 I got off the bus after school, which was full of not only a load of friends, but also the boy I had a major crush on, and was so intent on waving at my friends (and looking good for said boy) that I walked straight into a lamp-post in front of the lot of them. You'd think I'd have learnt from that really:D

 

Sadly this is only the tip of the iceberg. I'm perpetually embarrassing myself:rolleyes:


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I was just about to switch off the computer when I saw this.

 

Oh dear. Can't stop laughing. :D:D

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we11 i had fun in B&Q 1ast week was getting 4 grow bags weighed a ton dressed in tiny mini skirt which i was having troub1e keeping in one p1ace and open sanda1s and just as stepping into a huge pudd1e of water as of course it was raining brother shouts watch the "sp1oosh" pudd1e too 1ate feet soaked but to cap it a11 then pushes said tro11ey up the hi11 and tro11ey deciedes its not going up it and ro11s back jutting the edge of the tro11ey into my hip "crunch" ouucchhhh so was gonna kick it but thought best not as might end up with broken toe too :Dneed1ess to say tomatoes are in with no further incident ;)xxkia

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