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Discussion in 'Agricultural Matters' started by rob1, Aug 6, 2013.
Perhaps not at the time, but makes me smile now In the chippy this dinner time and the nice woman that had been making small talk with the kids moved to the counter to collect her order. Youngest (2) chirps up "that lady's got a big bottom" Woman flinched a little, so youngest repeated it
To be fair, she wasn't lying.......
My younger Daughter at around 2,5 sat on my knee whilst I was speaking with the GP
Sarah kept pestering "Dad, Dad, Dad"
I asked her to be quiet
That lasted less than a minute
In a staccato voice she spoke over both of us: "But hasn't Dr Parker got a big fat....."
All I could think of was jabbing her in the ribs. She swung round and said to me "I wasn't talking about his belly, I was looking at his pen...."
Needless to say Dr Parker and I just laughed it off
Spotted on another forum
Willy Lotts Cottage, Flatford late summer by Richard Ferris Photography.
The Christmas lights in Lavenham - photo credit InsideSuffolk.com
Anorak and walking sticks , HE'S A FECKIN RAMBLER, its because of them barstewards the moors have no sheep on them anymore
Could do with a brew and some toast need one of these at home
I think becky would hit you with the toaster if you got one of them fitted
And stop biting yer nails
Getting a call from HMRC department this morning thanking me for sending a boat load of information and that they are satisfied ,,one less headache to worry about .
Had a right crappy last few weeks back and forth to them picking my life apart
You want one of these in tractor.
Nicely done, Donna
write that date on a cheque for them and see what's said.
Driving straight forwards. Old kit is the BEST!
Not bad for a 208.000 miles old
It's an old gem, really. It gets nothing but abuse, too - it just gets used as a van. It's renovated three houses and carts holiday home stuff around. I doubt it's been serviced for years, either. Poor old thing.
It really stretched it's legs, today, though - I made it move!
The scent of Seville oranges as I make marmalade.