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Old 13th Oct 2003, 16:21
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yesterday...I watched 3 games of rugby...(later I also watched highlights).

1 motor race

1 horse race.......won £20...thank you Mr Jockey & Mr Horse

Lots of snooker

Scrap-heap Challenge

Corrie

And that's about it...cracking way to recover from a hangover.
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Old 13th Oct 2003, 17:09
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TRRBATPSOIT live?

This is not pointless
Shall we do this thread live on the PPRuNe chat next sunday starting at 09/00 BST.
Then some smart computing dude or dudette can add it to the main thread.
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Old 13th Oct 2003, 20:59
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Forty-seven czars are buried within the Kremlin walls. Not a lot of people know that!

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Old 13th Oct 2003, 21:16
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If anyone pays attention to my mental well-being, they'll recall I was in a REALLY good mood on Friday. My weekend was also pretty good.

Today however, I feel a cloud of dispair has descended upon me. I need some heavy flirting to turn things around.

Now where's that cute Miss DESK.....
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Old 13th Oct 2003, 22:15
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24% of men in UK have admitted cooking - whilst drunk.

Anyone - cooked this way? Did it improve things?
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Old 13th Oct 2003, 22:20
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The chip pan kills more single men than anything else, one has not owned a chip pan for twenty years.

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Old 13th Oct 2003, 22:23
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The longer the prep and cooking time, the drunker I get. Love barbecuing a 6 or 7 pound pork shoulder for 5 to 7 hours on a warm sunny day and a cooler full (at the beginning) of beer - none of that Bud shite either.

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Old 13th Oct 2003, 22:26
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I often cook when drunk...Saturday night I made cheese on toast...well...i was starving so it was more like warm cheese on bread..I couldn't be arsed waiting for the grill to warm up.
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Old 13th Oct 2003, 22:42
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Here I am I am in a fantastic mood today after a fantastic weekend - sorry to hear the gloom has descended again Topcat, if I can help i any way, you only have to ask.

I made sardines on toast late on Friday night. Had fond childhood memories of it so went and bought a tin of sardines from the 24hr garage down the road. It didn't turn out as good as I remembered.
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Old 13th Oct 2003, 23:16
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Ms. Desk

Pardonnez moi - but did you remember to take 'em out of tin first?

Presumably - the drunk theme is still running?
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Old 13th Oct 2003, 23:26
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Ahhhh Miss DESK....the mere mention of your name has made me smile again!

Most of my troubles revolve around women and money...actually..not most...ALL of my worries are either women or money orientated.

I know money's not the be-all and end-all but if I was to solve all my money worries that'd be 50% less stress...and women...well...you'll always cause us stress...whether you mean too or not. Anyway...I'm going off on a tangent now...must bring the thread back on track.

I prefer my Calvin's to my FCUK trollies, oh, and I'm still on the lookout for some Diesel ones if anyone knows where they sell 'em

TC
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Old 13th Oct 2003, 23:30
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The chip pan kills more single men than anything else
Is that because they try to eat it, drink it, or have sex with it?

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The above comment is not intended to deprecate the intelligence of single men (western or otherwise), cast aspersions on what some may perceive to be their main preoccupations, or portray them as hopeless individuals unable to cope with basic household duties. Any resemblance to actual Jet Blasters (living or dead), events or localities is entirely coincidental.
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Old 13th Oct 2003, 23:44
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How funny, all my worries revolve around men and money.

UL730 - yes I was drunk, but not drunk enough to fail to remove the tin.

RRBATPSOI: If you were to drive a car from earth at 100mph, it would take you around 221,000 million years to reach the centre of the milky way.


Pointedly ignoring Topcat's blatent attempt to get me talking about my underwear
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Old 13th Oct 2003, 23:59
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Underwear...I change mine daily whether I need to or not.

Miss Desk?

I'm trying TC..
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Old 14th Oct 2003, 00:00
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So what colour are they today then Miss Desk?

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Old 14th Oct 2003, 00:00
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Err no singaporegirl, single chaps stagger home from the pub well fuddled,place chip pan on stove with ale induced visions of chip supper, light the gas and prompty fall asleep on the settee, generaly for the last time.
Saves the chaps at the crem a bit of work it does though.
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Old 14th Oct 2003, 00:07
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Damn....Miss Desk has brains as well as well as wit. She spotted my clumsy attempt to turn the conversation onto undies a mile off. See...I really need to go back to charm school...i've forgotton it all!






nice try though Timm & Ozzy!
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Old 14th Oct 2003, 00:14
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'pologies for not providing the answer to 'spindle-tree', mrs [email protected] chained me in the loft, installing new recessed lights. Definitely nothing to do with poetry day or laxatives, according to one of our tea-towels, it was used as a code in olden days for 'thy charms hast captured the centre of my heart'.
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Old 14th Oct 2003, 00:16
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It's normally old dears that do this. Terraced house reduced to a smouldering pile of rubble: neighbours asked to comment.

" Aye - but she was canny like. We thought we smelt gas - like. She was just off to shops like, to buy some matches. That's the last time we saw her, like "




Interesting - that the guy who stole those trinkets from Prince of Wales - was assassinated in Italy – this weekend.

Just imagine Will saying to his Dad.

"I never thought you had that sort of reach: remind me never to piss you off!"
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Old 14th Oct 2003, 01:47
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Poor Miss Desk – only been here a short while and already suffering virtual sexual harassment.

But I digress... From UL730 above:

24% of men in UK have admitted cooking - whilst drunk. Anyone - cooked this way? Did it improve things?
We covered this in some depth many pages ago. When I searched Jetblast for “cholesterol” (my high calorie recipe was designed to kill) it unfortunately pointed me to page 1 of TRRBATPSOI thread. I’d guess it’s about page 100, but I don’t know how to find the exact reference.

A lot of things are better performed drunk surely? High wire acts and heart surgery immediately spring to mind. There must be others though.

Meanwhile... RRBATPSOI: Scientists in Japan have fashioned the smallest sculpture ever - no larger than a red blood cell.
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