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  1. Christmas part2

    My wife left me on Christmas morning. My long term ex died end November. My current lady has twice been diagnosed with cancer just before Christmas, last year and this. My mother and mother in law both died in December albeit not this year. I'll leave you to wonder how I feel about a...
  2. Slipperduke

    The view from Tufnell Park...

    My neighbours will never speak to me again. When I awoke on Wednesday morning to find my tongue stuck to the roof of my mouth and an empty bottle of white wine in my bed, I was dimly aware that something incredible might have happened. It took another 30 seconds for the memories to filter back...
  3. Xàbia Shrimper

    Muslim Fury

    Apparently the ragheads are now getting all upset because the 2012 London Olympics clashes with Ramadan, putting Muslim athletes at a disadvantage and preventing people from watching the games. Islamic Human Rights Commission chairman Massoud Shadjareh, said: "They would not have organised...
  4. A Virgins Worst Nightmare

    Sorry if you have already read this! I Just recieved this e-mail and thought it was funny! A VIRGINS NIGHTMARE! A girl asks her boyfriend to come over Friday night and have dinner with her parents. Since this is such a big event, the girl announces to her boyfriend that after...
  5. pickledseal

    Good Friday 3pm

    As I've mentioned on here before, I'm a teacher... I'm just preparing lessons ready for next week and have just been doing my lesson for Y7s on Easter and how Christians celebrate the festival. It hadn't really clicked up until now that *most* Chrisitan Good Friday services...
  6. Trafalgar

    Nelson: "Order the signal, Hardy." Hardy: "Aye, sir." Nelson: "Hold on, that's not what I dictated to the signal officer. What's the meaning of this?" Hardy: "Sorry sir?" Nelson (reading aloud): " England expects every person to do his duty...
  7. Xàbia Shrimper

    A Complaint

    What I am about to say is strictly off the record. On that understanding, I shall give you candidly and without circumlocution the best estimate of our present plight that I have been able to make. Before I start, however, I should state that to understand what Southend United's particularly...
  8. Xàbia Shrimper

    One Hundred Albums ...

    Interesting nominations at www.jaguaro.org A few "eyebrow raisers": Nirvana - Nevermind "Yeah, yeah - I realize that this is the one that broke grunge's doors wide open and made Seattle a place to be reckoned with. Are we sure that's good? At best, Nevermind is an...
  9. The Artful Shrimper

    Veritas

    Robert Silky Killroy has unveiled his new party with the declaration to stand up to the "nonsense that is multiculturalism". Not to be condfused with The BNP who are against other,race and culture. Under Veritas then we can expect a return to school assemblies singing christian songs...
  10. Napster

    Groundhog Day

    My favourite film... Sunday February 1, 2004 The Observer (Today) is Groundhog Day. Perhaps your diary does not remind you of this celebration; mine lists nothing between Epiphany and St Valentine's. Maybe because the 117-year-old Groundhog festival takes place in Punxsutawney, western...
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