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SallyAnne
7th March 2011, 10:03
Aparently most of us lie about how we spend our weekends, to impress others.

Most common lies are about going out on a Saturday night or attending dinner parties, when really we've stayed in!

Who does this?!! :eek:

Cliphead
7th March 2011, 10:08
Aparently most of us lie about how we spend our weekends, to impress others.

Most common lies are about going out on a Saturday night or attending dinner parties, when really we've stayed in!

Who does this?!! :eek:

Where does this come from?

FiveTimes
7th March 2011, 10:10
Where does this come from?

I heard this on the radio this morning, I don't see the reason to lie about what you did at weekends.

SallyAnne
7th March 2011, 10:12
Where does this come from?

Just made it up, cause I'm bored... :laugh

No, just heard it on "Smooth Radio" - it's all rock and roll in the SallyAnne house this morning!

SallyAnne
7th March 2011, 10:12
Just made it up, cause I'm bored... :laugh

No, just heard it on "Smooth Radio" - it's all rock and roll in the SallyAnne house this morning!


Or did you mean, where do the stats come from? Aparently 5000 people were polled at random!

Mich the Tester
7th March 2011, 10:14
I spent saturday morning paragliding, saturday afternoon bobsleighing, went out for a slap up michelin 3* meal on saturday night, then took a bevvy of blondes home for an orgy, then spent sunday racing a vintage formula one car around the Nurburgring before finishing the weekend with a helicopter ride home and a magnum of champers.

Not much to write home about really.





:wink

Cliphead
7th March 2011, 10:14
Or did you mean, where do the stats come from? Aparently 5000 people were polled at random!

Some strange people around.

MarillionFan
7th March 2011, 10:14
We got rid of the kids at the weekend, had a takeaway on Friday night and went to bed early, and popped out for a quiet drink on Saturday and then went to bed early and had a lie in.

Living the dream man! I'm living the ******* dream!!!

BlasterBates
7th March 2011, 10:17
We were in the pub playing Rockabilly on Friday, and on Saturday I joined someone at another gig doing some acoustic guitar music.

Rockabilly "rocks"....

:music:

Cliphead
7th March 2011, 10:19
We were in the pub playing Rockabilly on Friday, and on Saturday I joined someone at another gig doing some acoustic guitar music.

Rockabilly "rocks"....

Rock on:

Now that's how to spend a weekend :music:

SallyAnne
7th March 2011, 10:20
We got rid of the kids at the weekend, had a takeaway on Friday night and went to bed early, and popped out for a quiet drink on Saturday and then went to bed early and had a lie in.

Living the dream man! I'm living the ******* dream!!!

Now imagine if you were lying about that?! :laugh

EternalOptimist
7th March 2011, 10:21
I had ten pints then chased our new kitten around the house trying to put some ham on his back like a saddle. Then the other three chased him and tried to eat him

the missus asked me this am why I keep eating so much ham after a big sunday dinner..




one day she will find out and I will be a gonna




:rolleyes:

amcdonald
7th March 2011, 10:24
Friday night took bird down the pub, had pub meal watched telly

Saturday, fixed stuff, played computer games,watched films and had a kebab for dinner

Sunday I stayed in, spent the afternoon on the sofa snogging my bird watching a film

Then back to work (:

Sometimes life is ordinary

alreadypacked
7th March 2011, 10:42
I met a friend and went shopping Saturday morning, went back to my place and cooked us something to eat.
Decided to have a disco nap before going out on Saturday night, didn't wake up until 10.30 couldn't be bothered going at that point, watched a movie I down loaded "Black Swan"
Had a friend over for Sunday brunch, drank more than eat, not good. Just about got to work this morning.

I need to stop inviting people over to see my new place.

MarillionFan
7th March 2011, 10:47
Now imagine if you were lying about that?! :laugh

Shhh. I don't want Wilmslow to know about the swingers party.

MaryPoppins
7th March 2011, 10:50
Aparently most of us lie about how we spend our weekends, to impress others.

Most common lies are about going out on a Saturday night or attending dinner parties, when really we've stayed in!

Who does this?!! :eek:

What an odd thing to lie about.

Halo Jones
7th March 2011, 11:00
I spent saturday morning paragliding, saturday afternoon bobsleighing, went out for a slap up michelin 3* meal on saturday night, then took a bevvy of blondes home for an orgy, then spent sunday racing a vintage formula one car around the Nurburgring before finishing the weekend with a helicopter ride home and a magnum of champers.

Not much to write home about really.
:wink


Now I know you are lying: you in any thing less than a 4*!!!

MaryPoppins
7th March 2011, 11:01
Now I know you are lying: you in any thing less than a 4*!!!

He's trying to sound more like the common man, what what

Mich the Tester
7th March 2011, 11:02
He's trying to sound more like the common man, what what

Michelin only goes up to 3*, what what. Innit.

Halo Jones
7th March 2011, 11:04
Michelin only goes up to 3*, what what. Innit.

That's what they tell the masses to keep them out of the "special" places

doodab
7th March 2011, 11:07
I've been at an utterly insane fancy dress party for 3 days. Only 2 more to go.
But normally I stay in and watch a dvd.

MaryPoppins
7th March 2011, 11:23
Michelin only goes up to 3*, what what. Innit.

I wouldn't know, I'm faaar too common, what what

Mich the Tester
7th March 2011, 11:25
I wouldn't know, I'm faaar too common, what what

How can we fix that?

MaryPoppins
7th March 2011, 11:32
How can we fix that?

I fear I'm beyond fixing Micho

OwlHoot
7th March 2011, 12:03
Aparently most of us lie about how we spend our weekends, to impress others.

Most common lies are about going out on a Saturday night or attending dinner parties, when really we've stayed in!

Who does this?!! :eek:

Exactly - How pathetic can they get?

I spent the weekend in Libya, with a (cough) small team visiting a local diplomat. Can't really talk about it in detail, but suffice it to say the whole thing went tits up, and now we're back in a town in Hereford (which I can't name) planning our next move. So quite an eventful weekend really, but not the worst I've had.

EternalOptimist
7th March 2011, 12:11
I gave to three or four charities.

but I dont like to talk about it



:rolleyes:

SueEllen
7th March 2011, 12:24
Aparently most of us lie about how we spend our weekends, to impress others.

Most common lies are about going out on a Saturday night or attending dinner parties, when really we've stayed in!

Who does this?!! :eek:

I don't.

Over the past 2 years I have had some minor illness problems which has meant 1 week in every 3 I've been too ill and tired to go out. So when I'm well enough to go out everyone knows about it. My next full weekend in will be in April (and I'm looking forward to staying in bed until 1pm)

Sockpuppet
7th March 2011, 12:38
Most common lies are about going out on a Saturday night or attending dinner parties, when really we've stayed in!:

I went to a dinner party on Sunday night (no, really I did) with a bunch of 30 something professionals - note to the audience I'm neither professioanl or a 30 something. I was engaged in conversation about pokemon and which school you want to send your kids too.

Next time I'm going to lie to people and say I stayed in.

Churchill
7th March 2011, 12:40
Just made it up, cause I'm bored... :laugh

No, just heard it on "Smooth Radio" - it's all rock and roll in the SallyAnne house this morning!

Get a job, ya bum!

MarillionFan
7th March 2011, 12:42
I went to a dinner party on Sunday night (no, really I did) with a bunch of 30 something professionals - note to the audience I'm neither professioanl or a 30 something. I was engaged in conversation about pokemon and which school you want to send your kids too.

Next time I'm going to lie to people and say I stayed in.

They are fraught with danger these types of discussion.

At a recent dinner party we were talking about private schools. There is a local private girls school that will take them from 3/4! Fees are about £7k a year.

I stated that at age 4, we had thought about it but had decided that really we didn't see the point of paying for education at that age, thought it was a waste of time and frankly didn't want to be seen as pretentious.

There was a couple who were a bit taken aback.

You can guess where their daughter went. :eyes:

OwlHoot
7th March 2011, 12:56
They are fraught with danger these types of discussion.

At a recent dinner party we were talking about private schools. There is a local private girls school that will take them from 3/4! Fees are about £7k a year.

You're better off leaving kids that age to play on their own for hours in the garden. That way they're likely be more self-sufficient and creative in later life.

"Socialising" kids (that horrible word used by educationalists) by sending them to school at such a young age is more likely to turn them into agreeable, sociable non-entities without an original thought in their head (although on the plus side I guess they're less likely to end up as serial killers - As Sir Francis Bacon said (http://www.literaturepage.com/read/francis-bacon-essays-54.html) "Whatsoever is delighted in solitude, is either a wild beast or a god" :nerd )

Gibbon
7th March 2011, 13:00
I spent the weekend making sure I put the bottom of the washing post in the post fix concrete the right way up. Unlike last weekend........

Dearnla
7th March 2011, 13:09
Spent the wekend in bed with Man Flu. But now it's the working week, I am of course at my desk being thoroughly snotty just so that everyone knows I "struggled in" - think of the invoice, think of the invoice......

MaryPoppins
7th March 2011, 13:11
I spent the weekend making sure I put the bottom of the washing post in the post fix concrete the right way up. Unlike last weekend........

V glamorous :smile

MaryPoppins
7th March 2011, 13:14
Spent the wekend in bed with Man Flu. But now it's the working week, I am of course at my desk being thoroughly snotty just so that everyone knows I "struggled in" - think of the invoice, think of the invoice......

Oh. I always thought you were female for some reason :emb

PrinceNamor
7th March 2011, 13:19
I spent the weekend wanking like a monkey.

MarillionFan
7th March 2011, 13:21
I spent the weekend wanking like a monkey.

Hi Sas :wave:

Mich the Tester
7th March 2011, 13:37
You can guess where their daughter went. :eyes:

Roedean?

SueEllen
7th March 2011, 14:22
Oh. I always thought you were female for some reason :emb

I did as well.

It's the empathetic nature of his posts.

There as I'm just plain rude so had to point out continuously for a year that I am actually female.

So if you want a sensitive soul you know which one of us to talk to. :D

MaryPoppins
7th March 2011, 14:24
I did as well.

It's the empathetic nature of his posts.

There as I'm just plain rude so had to point out continuously for a year that I am actually female.

So if you want a sensitive soul you know which one of us to talk to. :D

It was something about his username as well, I'm not sure why.

I would have thought with a username such as yours, it was obvious you're female!

Churchill
7th March 2011, 14:33
It was something about his username as well, I'm not sure why.

I would have thought with a username such as yours, it was obvious you're female!

You look nothing like Julie Andrews! Although you do bear a resemblance to a certain Dick Van Dyke! :p

Gibbon
7th March 2011, 14:37
V glamorous :smile

Wasn't what I envisaged when Mrs Gibbon said I could spend the weekend putting the pole up. :frown

amcdonald
7th March 2011, 14:50
It was something about his username as well, I'm not sure why.

I would have thought with a username such as yours, it was obvious you're female!

Or they watched Dallas too much

cailin maith
7th March 2011, 15:24
It was something about his username as well, I'm not sure why.

I would have thought with a username such as yours, it was obvious you're female!

WSS - although look at Lola - sooooo not a girl (no offence Lola!!)


You look nothing like Julie Andrews! Although you do bear a resemblance to a certain Dick Van Dyke! :p

You are brave. You will be sorry when she jumps up and kicks you in the shin.

SueEllen
7th March 2011, 15:26
You look nothing like Julie Andrews! Although you do bear a resemblance to a certain Dick Van Dyke! :p

:ladybags:

Though I prefer to do this to one of your body parts - :bang:

SueEllen
7th March 2011, 15:27
Or they watched Dallas too much

I can just about remember the program.


(I didn't drink loads of alcohol as a kid - honest )

cailin maith
7th March 2011, 15:28
Anyway - I spent most of the weekend in my PJ's.

My fave kinda weekend :D

amcdonald
7th March 2011, 15:31
WSS - although look at Lola - sooooo not a girl (no offence Lola!!)

She walks like a woman and she talks like a man, lo-lo-lo -lo-lola :igmc:

cailin maith
7th March 2011, 15:38
She walks like a woman and she talks like a man, lo-lo-lo -lo-lola :igmc:

:spel Atw... with a bit of a Ruskie accent.

thunderlizard
7th March 2011, 15:41
I used to be a bit like this:
Temp Hides Fun, Fulfilling Life From Rest Of Office | The Onion - America's Finest News Source (http://www.theonion.com/articles/temp-hides-fun-fulfilling-life-from-rest-of-office,49/)

Churchill
7th March 2011, 15:49
:ladybags:

Though I prefer to do this to one of your body parts - :bang:

Unless you're one of MP's sockies, what's the problem biatch?

MaryPoppins
7th March 2011, 16:32
:ladybags:

Though I prefer to do this to one of your body parts - :bang:

He was talking to me - although I am the spit of Jules.

Churchill
7th March 2011, 16:34
He was talking to me - although I am the spit of Jules.

<cough>bollocks</cough>

MaryPoppins
7th March 2011, 17:37
<cough>bollocks</cough>

It's uncanny though - how much you do look like the dog out of the advert. :tongue

Churchill
7th March 2011, 17:45
It's uncanny though - how much you do look like the dog out of the advert. :tongue

Somehow I thought you'd be bigger! :laugh

MaryPoppins
7th March 2011, 17:47
Somehow I thought you'd be bigger! :laugh

You are leaving yourself wiiiiide open with that comment!

OwlHoot
7th March 2011, 17:49
It's uncanny though - how much you do look like the dog out of the advert. :tongue

Aargh! Each time I see an underlined word I want to hover over it and click on it, but nothing happens! :tantrum:

SallyAnne
7th March 2011, 18:00
I spent the weekend wanking like a monkey.

At last, some honesty! :)

MaryPoppins
7th March 2011, 18:08
Aargh! Each time I see an underlined word I want to hover over it and click on it, but nothing happens! :tantrum:

Geek!

fullyautomatix
7th March 2011, 19:08
It was our 5th wedding anniversary on weekend and so we spent the day visiting museums and drinking cocktails ! :tired

Pogle
7th March 2011, 19:42
I spent my weekend ferrying Pogle jr to various social functions and relaxing with Mr P and my favorite voddie in the evening :D

Not much different that all my other weekends....