Thursday changes politics for bad

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  1. Shirley

    Shirley BIG-HEARTED BUNNY

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    UGH there were awful old cunts on the busy roundabout I have to cross on my way to work waving BREXIT PARTY PLACARDS. Honestly who are these idiots? "LET'S CHANGE POLITICS FOR GOOD"? I don't even know where to START with that one. I was tempted to HAVE A SHOUT at them but there's NO POINT.
     
  2. big ron

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    Should have given them a good milkshaking
     
  3. Shirley

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    I did think "IF ONLY I HAD A MILKSHAKE" :D
     
  4. Shirley

    Shirley BIG-HEARTED BUNNY

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    Anyway as LAUGHING LEN used to say

    Let's SING ANOTHER SONG, BOYS
    This one has GROWN OLD AND BITTER
     
  5. lolly

    lolly Rowena? From Kuwait?

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    Milkshakes are quite expensive nowadays though. Couldn't I just buy a bottle of four pints of semi skinned from the corner shop and fling that instead?
     
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    octophone fucking ADMIN, bitches

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    It turns out a carton of M&S Vegan Banana and Oat drink doesn't have the same effect. :(
     
  7. octophone

    octophone fucking ADMIN, bitches

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    Absolutely NO-ONE outside my polling station but quite busy inside. I usually vote before work because my polling station is close to my flat but there's usually at least someone hanging about with a placard.
     
  8. big ron

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    I'm tempted to get voting and the gym out of the way early today.
     
  9. Indie

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    Ugh, work are making me feel guilty about eating salt today

    Salt is bloody delicious. How about you fuck right off.
     
  10. SDF

    SDF The Wait is Over

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    We're doing a get healthy for the summer thing at work, and the app told me i'm OLDER than I actually am. :angry:
     
  11. Rita

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    Good Morning. I have woken up with a SORE NECK so am off to buy some nice new pillows.
     
  12. Rita

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    I think I will go for a massage, followed by a bouncy blow dry first. :disco:
     
  13. big ron

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    I almost certainly eat too much salt, so I’m just going to ignore it. I’m sure the drugs and/or gravity sports will get me first.
     
  14. big ron

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    If salt was that bad god wouldnt have invented maldon
     
  15. Shirley

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    I've got no lunch because I thought I'd invite Mr S out to lunch because he was moaning about the building noise at home. But he said he'd 'GIVE IT A MISS' because he is 'going to M&S' today. This from the man who used to laugh when his mother would say "I can't do anything today because I'm WASHING MY HAIR". What a life :rolleyes: DON'T EXPECT ME ASK AGAIN is all I'm going to say.
     
  16. lolly

    lolly Rowena? From Kuwait?

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    He's obviously getting a two can dine for £9.99 meal and planning something delicious for you for dinner.
     
  17. SDF

    SDF The Wait is Over

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    The reality is he's probably away to get some anti-bacterial wipes :(
     
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  18. lolly

    lolly Rowena? From Kuwait?

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    Also SALT <3

    I've three or four different flavoured jars or packets of the stuff at home. I rarely add it at the table, but use it in cooking all the time. Mr L sometimes complains I use too much, but I love it more than him, so fuck him.
     
  19. Shirley

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    Yesterday we had spinach and ricotta pasta accompanied by roast potatoes. :confused: I may mock but actually it was quite nice and also POORLY TUM FRIENDLY :)
     
  20. Shirley

    Shirley BIG-HEARTED BUNNY

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    God I wish DROOPY DRAWERS would stop HURLING marker pens around her desk. WAKE UP it's 2019 and WE CAN DO THINGS ON SCREEN!
     
  21. Shirley

    Shirley BIG-HEARTED BUNNY

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    You'll be AGOG to know that I went out to the CRAFT BAKERY and bought a CHEESE AND ONION PASTY for lunch

    *moopy becomes the Shirley blog*
     
  22. big ron

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    I could quaff some BAKED GOODS right now.
     
  23. octophone

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    I'm eating rice cakes.

    Sorry Shirl, I'm not giving up my turf without a fight.
     
  24. big ron

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    Me and Ron Jr just made lemonade, all those years* being a chef has finally paid off.

    * < 1 year
     
  25. Star

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    I've goated
     
  26. lolly

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    I've scroted
     
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    I had salad with my dinner (smoked mackerel strips) at work today. First time in 15 years I've had salad at work and both of the other office ladies commented on it and one of them even wanted to take a picture for Facebook.

    It was vile and I'm never doing it again.
     
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  28. SDF

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    It’s not the salad that’s the issue who has fish at work?! :D
     
  29. Floppet

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    It doesn't smell at all, it's pre-packaged ready to eat stuff. I wouldn't cook fish at work, I love fish but rarely cook it at home because of the stench. Not that anybody would notice today after one lady had barbecue pasta stuff that stunk and the other had scrambled eggs done in the microwave that made the kitchen smell of eggy farts.
     
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  30. SDF

    SDF The Wait is Over

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    Oh :shock:

    It sounds like you have every right to stick your fish in the micro with such considerate colleagues
     
  31. octophone

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    We had a colleague put stinky fish in a microwave and then just fuck off and leave it there. The entire room was reeking and an angry mob awaited the culprit's return.

    Nothing happened, of course - just advanced tutting and a little passive-aggression here and there.
     
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    We had a fish related microwave incident at work today. It was disgusting.
     
  33. Shirley

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    I hope they get FINED and QUITE RIGHT TOO
     

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