Good things (that restore your faith in humanity)


#121

A glass of Viognier and an R&J Churchill (a birthday present from Narelle) sitting in the garden in the sun. Just lovely.


#122

Marvellous. You probably can’t hear your stereo from there either so double plus. :+1:


#123

Oi ! It’s perfectly audible and very nice the music is too :angry:


#124

Has Narelle chosen it?


#125

Yes :disappointed:


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#128

Bradley Lowery to lead England team out on Wednesday


#129

Partly the news that CV are to play again is a good thing. The main good thing is that they are reforming to play The Devil’s Arse. More bands should do this.


#130

Indeed. I only got to grade 4 on the devil’s arse. Chords are pretty tricky.


#131

It seems that it is the Lithuania qualifiier that he’s going to appear at.

Bloody daily fail :rage:


#132

#133

Good on her. Can’t honestly think at 90 what the real point of treatment would be - to extend her life? Going and living it and making the most of the time left seems to be the right decision to me and would leave happier memories for her children.


#134

#135

Sausage sandwiches in bed. Drizzled with an HP jus.

I’ve lucked out this morning. I do smell a rat tho…


#136

Is that a euphemism for a good felching!


#137

Absolutely not!

After nigh on 18 years of marriage a sausage sandwich is, unfortunately, just as described. :slight_smile:


#138

This smell of rat though…?


#139

There were hushed conversations on phone yesterday to her ‘theatrical’ friend, which went strangely vocal about the weather when I entered the room.

Today… tea and sausage sandwich…tomorrow a trip to see aforementioned friend and all the bollox that goes with it.


#140

Played! :grinning: A sudden and seriously debilitating bout of man-flu could be your friend. Change of seasons and all that…