Good things (that restore your faith in humanity)


#161

Definitely. Go cape or go home.


#162

2nd batch of beer for the weekend brewed, full from a gorgeous roast, sun was out, wine in the garden whilst sucking on a Partagas Serie D No. 4 Cigar and with Narelle.
Today was a good day.


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#164

Still waiting for pics


#165

Darth Sidious, Darth Tyranus and Darth Vader on a night off, heading downtown for a few sherbets?


#166

Fxt


#167

Feel free to give me a shout if you are able to escape for a pint


#168

Thanks Neil, it was on Saturday gone.

Next time I’m up will see if we can get for a beer.


#169

No worries, I was a bit hungover on Saturday anyway :stuck_out_tongue: :thumbsup:


#170

A lovely touch by Randox Health, following the bad news regarding his treatment


#171

30 years this month since my father died of a heart attack.
His name was Arthur so guess who the entire family backed in the Grand National.
Thanks Dad.:grinning:


#172

I picked my horse because it had a Scottish connection - Highland Lodge. Doh!


#173

Was working in Metro Centre today near the food court where Pizza Express etc are.

Around lunchtime, a family sat down with a small child that was bawling and wouldn’t settle. Bloody hellish racket. Anyhoo, there was some kind of nail stall or somesuch purveyor of sparkly tat on the far side of the concourse…and I’ll be buggered if one if the girls on it took one of the sparkly balloon type things, walked over and gave it to the sprog.

A lovely thing.

Didn’t shut the wildling up for long tho, then they all fucked off. Thankfully.


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#175

Must have been some Darth Vader toy. Quite expensive.


#176

Must have been some time travelling involved :wink:


#177

Yes he was born in 1944. :flushed:


#178

There’s a lot of photo-shopping in magazines now. Beyonce is actually going to be 95 next birthday.


#179

#180

Indeed,she was born in 1921,at 22 she was a tank driver in prep for an invasion during ww2. By the end of the war she was an experienced frigate driver