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BrilloPad
2nd March 2015, 09:47
Did you have a nice weekend? Get up to anything exciting?

FatLazyContractor
2nd March 2015, 09:52
Did you have a nice weekend? Get up to anything exciting?

Not really.

Funeral on Friday morning.

Paperwork, invoices and expenses on Saturday. Rugby in the afternoon. Nowt exciting.

Planned something sexciting for Satuday night, but CBA. :igmc:

Went for a walk upto Malham tarn on Sunday in the hail. Settled down for a Sunday lunch in a Malham pub. Nothing exciting there either.

Got home and ironed my arse out to warm up. Then ironed the clothes. Watched Rubgy only to see the Irish twats win. :winker:

Back into work this morning.

MyUserName
2nd March 2015, 10:35
I had fun, thanks. Took the kids to gymnastics on Saturday morning and the a Frozen sing along show in the afternoon, whilst Mrs MUN fixed the sink and removed one of the radiators. Then my brother in law came over to play the Walking Dead risk game.

On Sunday I took them all to church and then ran a 4 hour of full contact mayhem training session. I did sword and shield and then some poleaxe work. Came back in the evening and watched The Other Guys, which I found hilarious.

Then woke up this morning, did some training and then off to work

You?

Pondlife
2nd March 2015, 11:06
It was great thanks Brillo.

Met the boys in Paris for the rugby. Drank wine. Lots of wine.

You?

scooterscot
2nd March 2015, 11:33
Spent it in Copenhagen, weather turned out nice got some great pics.

Mattski
2nd March 2015, 13:17
Thanks for asking! Took the bike in for a service. Somehow magically part-ex'd it (CBF125 -> CBF1000FAB if anyone cares.) The dangers of being left for 2 hours surrounded by shinies.. took in some rugby. Good results all round.

You get up to much?

psychocandy
2nd March 2015, 14:02
Wales win and England lose. A VERY good weekend.

SpontaneousOrder
2nd March 2015, 14:07
I was refused service when trying to purchase a bottle-opener from Debenhams, because my 31 year old wife didn't have any ID :suicide:

FatLazyContractor
2nd March 2015, 14:08
I was refused service when trying to purchase a bottle-opener from Debenhams, because my 31 year old wife didn't have any ID :suicide:

That's a bit too much even for a contractor innit? :D

BrilloPad
2nd March 2015, 14:12
You?


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You get up to much?

Thanks for asking.

Saturday I cycled to channel tunnel - I started cycling back and got a puncture. Wind was against me all the way down so I was looking forward to return.

I ended up getting train home. But I did manage to fix the puncture myself!

Sat night I had to queue in carphone whorehouse for 45 minutes before they informed my daughter that she could not have an iphone as credit check systems down. Other customers getting same issue. So daughter forced me back at 10am Sunday - but still the same issue! We are going back Thursday night.

Rest of Sunday was swimming/cycling/running - but in small quantities.

d000hg
2nd March 2015, 14:23
Planned something sexciting for Satuday nightGood word.

rd409
2nd March 2015, 15:15
Sat night I had to queue in carphone whorehouse for 45 minutes before they informed my daughter that she could not have an iphone as credit check systems down. Other customers getting same issue. So daughter forced me back at 10am Sunday - but still the same issue! We are going back Thursday night.


Why would you queue up in a store. Can you now do it online (and get some cashback :smokin)









unless the checkout gal is smoking hot

unixman
2nd March 2015, 16:08
Pub
coffee
fiddling about with a Pi 2 when I should be meeting girls
housework
pub
rugby
pub
dinner