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SallyAnne
16th March 2009, 07:46
There's no hot weater for your shower...

The hem comes down on your trousers just after you've left the house...

You buy a car parking pass at Durham train station and then half an hour later realise it's still in your bag, and not on the car dashboard where it *should* be...


I can only imagine what delights the rest of the day will bring :rolleyes:

Churchill
16th March 2009, 07:51
Didja' ever
Didja' ever get
Didja' ever get one
Didja' ever get one of them
Didja' ever get one of them days, boy
Didja' ever get one of them days
When nothin' is right from mornin' till night
Didja' ever get one of them days
Didja' ever get one of them days

Ya get up in the morning and turn the shower on
You're gettin' pneumonia, the hot water is gone
Freezin' sneezin'
You wanna dry your back, a well
Didja' ever get one of them days
When there's no towel on the rack

Didja' ever
Didja' ever get
Didja' ever get one
Didja' ever get one of them
Didja' ever get one of them girls, boys
Didja' ever get one of them girls
Who's awful nice
But cold as ice
Didja' ever get one of them girls, yeah
Didja' ever get one of them girls
Yeah! Girls, girls, girls, girls, girls, girls, girls, girls
You're at a drive-in movie
With a cute brunette
A countin' on the kisses that you figure to get
Closer, closer, then she hollers ho!
Didja' ever get one of them girls
Who just wants to watch the show
Show, show, show, show, show, show, show, show

Didja' ever
Didja' ever get
Didja' ever get one
Didja' ever get one of them
Didja' ever get one of them days, boy
Didja' ever get one of them days
When nothin' is right
From mornin' to night
Didja' ever get one of them days, boy
Didja' ever get one of them days
You're on a Sunday picnic
And then it starts to pour
You run through poison ivy, scratch until you're sore
Ants come dancin', carry off the bread
Didja' ever get one of them days
When you should a-stayed in bed

Didja' ever
Didja' ever get
Didja' ever get one
Didja' ever get one of them


Sing it one more time!

Elvis has left the building - he's eaten everything else but left the building!

d000hg
16th March 2009, 08:00
Was that one of the rip-off £8 tickets? Gutted if you get a ticket, although can't remember - do you have to use the ticket to make the barrier open? In which case you have a fair chance they won't inspect...

pmeswani
16th March 2009, 10:02
There's no hot weater for your shower...

The hem comes down on your trousers just after you've left the house...

You buy a car parking pass at Durham train station and then half an hour later realise it's still in your bag, and not on the car dashboard where it *should* be...


I can only imagine what delights the rest of the day will bring :rolleyes:

Can't say I have... but thanks for cheering up my morning. Much appreciated. :D

DaveB
16th March 2009, 10:03
Sing it one more time!

Elvis has left the building - he's eaten everything else but left the building!

:spel VoodooFlux

AlfredJPruffock
16th March 2009, 10:04
There's no hot weater for your shower...

The hem comes down on your trousers just after you've left the house...

You buy a car parking pass at Durham train station and then half an hour later realise it's still in your bag, and not on the car dashboard where it *should* be...


I can only imagine what delights the rest of the day will bring :rolleyes:

Cheer up - at least you didnt think you had lost your bike key.

Ruprect
16th March 2009, 10:22
SA - your skirt is tucked into your knickers. Just thought you'd like to know.

DaveB
16th March 2009, 10:32
SA - your skirt is tucked into your knickers. Just thought you'd like to know.

And you have loo roll trailing along behind you

MaryPoppins
16th March 2009, 11:56
Yes SA, I have days like that all the time.

Example being last week - drove to Stafford train station at 5am, about to step onto the train and realised I'd left my laptop at home. Had get through meeting without any of the required information, then finally managed to leave.

On walking out of (busy, large, v corporate) building, stiletto heel gets stuck in matting and I stumble headfirst towards the security desk - leaving shoe behind.

Grit your teeth and remember, tomorrow's got to be better!

Board Game Geek
16th March 2009, 12:01
How on earth you lasses manage in high heels is beyond me.

I wore some once for a Rocky Horror show and I vowed, never again.

Evil things...

Sausage Surprise
16th March 2009, 12:01
Was that one of the rip-off £8 tickets? Gutted if you get a ticket, although can't remember - do you have to use the ticket to make the barrier open? In which case you have a fair chance they won't inspect...

Barriers are on the northbound side - I imagine it was on the southbound side as that's where you need to display it. It's a complete rip off at £8 a day. It was £4.50 when I started in Leeds in 2005 and went up in 2006 to £8 - how can they justify such a huge price hike in one go :mad:

You used to be able to park on the road up to the DLI for free if you got there early enough but I see they stopped that as well.

Ruprect
16th March 2009, 12:02
How on earth you lasses manage in high heels is beyond me.

I wore some once for a Rocky Horror show and I vowed, never again.

Evil things...

I hate to ask...but what else did you have to wear?

Board Game Geek
16th March 2009, 12:08
Ruprect asked : I hate to ask...but what else did you have to wear?

A feather boa, and a sheepish grin.

:happy

Plus a bra for my moobs (wasn't a bad fit actually), a camisserole thingie, and fishnets.

All photographic evidence has been destroyed.

I was most disappointed...I thought all that clobber was meant to make you feel sexy. Didn't do "anything" for me, however.

Moscow Mule
16th March 2009, 12:08
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Yes, I'm having one of those days.

MaryPoppins
16th March 2009, 12:27
How on earth you lasses manage in high heels is beyond me.

I wore some once for a Rocky Horror show and I vowed, never again.

Evil things...

Love 'em, but they can be a pain when walking on cobbles! I am only 5"1 so need all the help I can get frankly.

d000hg
16th March 2009, 14:27
Barriers are on the northbound side - I imagine it was on the southbound side as that's where you need to display it. It's a complete rip off at £8 a day. It was £4.50 when I started in Leeds in 2005 and went up in 2006 to £8 - how can they justify such a huge price hike in one go :mad:

You used to be able to park on the road up to the DLI for free if you got there early enough but I see they stopped that as well.You can still park in the DLI carpark itself, or could recently. It's a bit longer to walk but there's a shortcut across the grass...

crimdon
16th March 2009, 14:41
You buy a car parking pass at Durham train station and then half an hour later realise it's still in your bag, and not on the car dashboard where it *should* be...

Just park in the DLI car park ;)

crimdon
16th March 2009, 14:41
You can still park in the DLI carpark itself, or could recently. It's a bit longer to walk but there's a shortcut across the grass...

Snap!!

SallyAnne
16th March 2009, 15:36
Just park in the DLI car park ;)

Well when I pass my driving test (hope hope) I can just park for free at work.....course that's a ******** huge "when" :rolleyes:

Moscow Mule
16th March 2009, 16:22
(&$^%!£*($%(($&"$£!?^&*£$^%&$"(&$T&$(£!$%&"(£$)&^?*%&*(&%*!&£$^&£$^&£$&^*&%^*&%"£^*& Websphere.

Yes, I'm having one of those days.

2 out of 4 app servers now working.

I have to say, I'm still having one of those days...

crimdon
17th March 2009, 08:31
Well when I pass my driving test (hope hope) I can just park for free at work.....course that's a frolicking huge "when" :rolleyes:

How do you manage to get to Durham without driving? The bus must be a nightmare