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hector wrote: Sun Nov 17, 2019 12:00 pm If you do meet up with the 64's, see if Mrs 64 will spill some gossip on him.......

we need more ammo :rol:
Well Hector I did have the pleasure of meeting the 64's today

As for gossip on 64 himself....well where to start !!! :shock:

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Muppet the Cat wrote: Sun Nov 17, 2019 8:01 pm Well Hector I did have the pleasure of meeting the 64's today

As for gossip on 64 himself....well where to start !!! :shock:

:moggy: :)
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Too late mush.....

I can be very persuasive :mrgreen:
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hector wrote: Sun Nov 17, 2019 8:54 pm Too late mush.....

I can be very persuasive :mrgreen:
You're a nosey beggar :lol:
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Yup I am...

BUT...

I find it very hard to believe that '64 goes to bed each night holding his balls :shock: :shock: (crown green type of course :mrgreen: )

methinks Mr Cat is telling porkies :rol:
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hector wrote: Mon Nov 18, 2019 7:44 am Yup I am...

BUT...

I find it very hard to believe that '64 goes to bed each night holding his balls :shock: :shock: (crown green type of course :mrgreen: )

methinks Mr Cat is telling porkies :rol:
I'm very protective of my balls thank you :lol:
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Heading to Ludlow today
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1964white wrote: Mon Nov 18, 2019 8:41 am I'm very protective of my balls thank you :lol:
I',m sure you are........

almost as protective as you are of your toupe.. :shock: :shock: .. oops

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hector wrote: Mon Nov 18, 2019 11:14 am I',m sure you are........

almost as protective as you are of your toupe.. :shock: :shock: .. oops

:mrgreen:
My hair is for real, you can have a good pull Hector :lol: I look after my hair infact Mrs 64 & I have a appointment at our hairdresser next Wednesday.
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Just back from the Kingspan Stadium after watching Ulster beat a very strong Clermont side in the European Cup.

It was the most bruising match I have seen with the Ref getting close to losing control.

He also gave Ulster a try using the rugby VAR which was an I possibly then handed Clermont a penalty try for alleged persistent obstruction of the pitch.

Thankfully a very noisy crowd roared Ulster on to their second close win in this competition in 7 days.
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Irish Ian wrote: Fri Nov 22, 2019 10:50 pm Just back from the Kingspan Stadium after watching Ulster beat a very strong Clermont side in the European Cup.

It was the most bruising match I have seen with the Ref getting close to losing control.

He also gave Ulster a try using the rugby VAR which was an I possibly then handed Clermont a penalty try for alleged persistent obstruction of the pitch.

Thankfully a very noisy crowd roared Ulster on to their second close win in this competition in 7 days.
B*gg*r I forgot this game was on BT Sport tonight :(

Just read a match report, Cooney scored a cracking try in an absorbing game it seems
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1964white wrote: Fri Nov 22, 2019 10:57 pm B*gg*r I forgot this game was on BT Sport tonight :(

Just read a match report, Cooney scored a cracking try in an absorbing game it seems
Yep Cooneys try was a treat.

Yeah I saw myself on TV :clapp:
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Worked early this morning.

Heading off to Scarborough to do a bit of Christmas shopping & visit my favourite record shop this afternoon

A meal at the Copper Horse in Seamer later :-D


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Work until 3pm and then heading up to Nottingham as I am taking my daughter to an undergraduate open day at Trent University tomorrow.
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A brisk walk on a lovely morning along Brid seafront, then a mince pie & a piece of lemon drizzle cake plus 2 x Americano (with hot milk) at our favourite place at Victoria Mill, homemade cakes + coffee at a best price in any town £5 :)

Christmas shopping in Beverley, Jill's main present purchased :-D


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Sounds like a grand day out.

Did some shopping in York last week, and a bit in Matlock today. Finally got the twinkly lights for around the fireplace that I've been meaning to get for the last three years, and a bottle of port.
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this Morning Mrs H heard on the local radio that Robert Plant and his new band were playing in Salisbury civic hall this evening, and promptly bought tickets

So tonight I am off to see Saving Grace play lots of old American songs that I have never heard of before...
Looking forward to it :mrgreen:
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hector wrote: Tue Dec 10, 2019 3:58 pm this Morning Mrs H heard on the local radio that Robert Plant and his new band were playing in Salisbury civic hall this evening, and promptly bought tickets

So tonight I am off to see Saving Grace play lots of old American songs that I have never heard of before...
Looking forward to it :mrgreen:
Mrs H letting you out then :lol:

Enjoy mate
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Just got back home after picking up our beautiful brand new Vitara 4 wheel drive automatic....got an amazing £6,000 off the price.....I'd say that's a bargain!
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Spent a pleasant 3 hours trying to buy shoes ..not!
I wanted to flash this watch, I flash it all the time. It's my antique pocket watch and it makes me look British...and I need that for my analysis. It is a gorgeous gold pocket watch however and I'm very proud of it. You see my grandfather, on his death bed, ..sold me this watch!
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