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  1. When I say baby, I mean tween he’s 12 😁
  2. Yes, that's sort of what I was getting at. Hermes are not renowned for being reliable nor conscientious. Surely someone could just pick them out? I mean I would be quite happy to use them, its not like they are actual rubbish. That's what's wrong with people today, they stand there taking bloody pictures of things when they could just do something about it. As a matter of fact, we should be asking why the tip staff didn't stop them being dumped - would they let someone dump vials of morphine at the tip? Surely there are laws against tipping medicines at the recycling plant. Not happy.
  3. Moan moan moan, I went online to book an appointment for the mini hippy 11 days ago. Followed the "Do not call us we'll be in touch" instructions. As we're going to the UK at the end of the month I started to get a little worried about time frames so I called 111 today - 18th November is the first appointment - WTAF use is that? My friend phoned today and got an appointment for today and reported that the vaccination place was empty, what is going on? Not good enough.
  4. Super Nature by Layall Watson is an interesting book, you might like that too. Haven't read The Midnight Library but I'm quite enjoying the Magnus Chase sword of Summer book with the baby
  5. Written in Bone by Sue Black, it's really good. There are some massive words that take half an hour to read but you don't really have to bother with them unless you're studying forensic anthropology, which I'm not. There are a lot of "Oooh that's clever" moments - dead good.
  6. You weren't allowed that book in the 80's, there is nothing new about it being a problem. As with most petty crimes, the punishment is unnecessary and will mar the boy's life. It irks me.
  7. They should put them back, you're right. I had presumed it meant you weren't to leave the bin at the front of your house, oooh I'm going to mix it up be wild and leave my bin in front of the yard gate this week... all week - W I L D!
  8. You could be fined, I think it’s £2000 for not bringing your bin in, I saw it on the side of a bin wagon and have been worried about it ever since.
  9. 2bees

    Prog Rock

    That's it! I am so not going with you! Last time you did that, I had to go and collect yer pants off Gladys on Douglas head!!
  10. It might not have happened in Athol Street but for sure, it happened in Onchan. I remember one of my school mates boasting that she was the director of a load of companies in the 80's.
  11. I don't think Stu Chubby White is a real person.
  12. Liverpool was more Covid sensible than London, we had to show proof of double jabs before going to a concert on Saturday night, where as this was not a requirement for the ballet on Friday. Definitely more masks up north too.
  13. Just back from the same world premiere (I liked it more than John did but he knows more about ballet than me - I see them dancing to the music and it fills my heart with fabulous) and t’was a lovely brunch with Mr Wright - totally grown up trip… except for the school girl blisters I have from Friday’s traipsing around in “sensible shoes” which have never given me a problem before!
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