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BrilloPad
6th January 2012, 10:29
What are you doing this weekend?

Mich the Tester
6th January 2012, 10:33
fri PM; out to dinner
weekend; quiet weekend at home seeing as I went straight to clientco after holiday and am looking forward to sleeping in my own bed again and lazing around in my own house again

not much really, except for the usual foursome with Lady Tester, Cristina Scabbia and Monica Bellucci.

MarillionFan
6th January 2012, 11:43
I've just received a text to inform me that we are now expecting company for dinner tonight, my wifes best friend and her money talking, boorish, dull IT Contractor boyfriend.

We have nothing in common.:mad:

Old Greg
6th January 2012, 11:46
I've just received a text to inform me that we are now expecting company for dinner tonight, my wifes best friend and her money talking, boorish, dull IT Contractor boyfriend.

We have nothing in common.:mad:

Are you your wife's best friend?

Lockhouse
6th January 2012, 12:03
A very quiet one this weekend. Daughter staying this weekend, dinner in tonight. Finishing off the workshop tomorrow and putting some shelves up in the greenhouse, mainly so they no longer sit on the floor in my office. Tomorrow night we're going into Eastleigh to possibly see "the Girl With..." and then some dinner. Sunday taking it easy.

How about yourself?

sasguru
6th January 2012, 12:12
Lie Groups

BrilloPad
6th January 2012, 12:25
How about yourself?

Baby BP has developed a bit of a steam train thing - was going to go to KESR but closed. Looks like Howletts instead.

Old Greg
6th January 2012, 12:37
Baby BP has developed a bit of a steam train thing - was going to go to KESR but closed. Looks like Howletts instead.

My friends' 2 year old has the same thing and wanted to go on a steam train. They took him and he was outraged that he didn't sit with the driver. His dad taught him a valuable lesson about the difference between a train and a locomotive, and the importance of accurately specifying requirements.

BrilloPad
6th January 2012, 12:39
My friends' 2 year old has the same thing and wanted to go on a steam train. They took him and he was outraged that he didn't sit with the driver. His dad taught him a valuable lesson about the difference between a train and a locomotive, and the importance of accurately specifying requirements.

The 2 year old is right! Hopefully for his 3rd birthday he will get a steam train driving experience.

Old Greg
6th January 2012, 12:42
The 2 year old is right! Hopefully for his 3rd birthday he will get a steam train driving experience.

The train includes the carriages.

BrilloPad
6th January 2012, 13:33
The train includes the carriages.

But to drive you have to be in the locomative.

Mich the Tester
6th January 2012, 13:36
But to drive you have to be in the locomative.

No you don't. You sit next to the train set wearing a fat controller's uniform and twiddling the knobs on one of these;

http://www.hiawathahobbies.com/thumbnail.asp?file=assets/images/mrc/mrcab116.jpg&maxx=300&maxy=0

norrahe
6th January 2012, 13:53
Still working out what I want to do for the weekend.

Scrag Meister
6th January 2012, 14:04
are you your wife's best friend's boyfriend too?

ftfy

:d

This weekend I will be doing as little as possible.

Prob household shopping, a few hours on Skyrim, few movies, that'll probably do it.

Old Greg
6th January 2012, 14:30
But to drive you have to be in the locomative.

Which is why the child should have specified 'locmotive' or 'engine' and not 'train'.

AtW
6th January 2012, 14:49
Working on SKA, as usual only this time there is a big deadline on Monday...

Pogle
6th January 2012, 16:00
Getting ready to go back to work after 2.5 weeks off :D
Up at 4 on Monday morning :(

EternalOptimist
6th January 2012, 17:03
Off to trailfinders in Manchester saturday to check out visa and stuff for Russia in the summer.

walking up rivington sunday








:rolleyes:

MarillionFan
6th January 2012, 17:05
Working on SKA, as usual only this time there is a big deadline on Monday...

Why? Are you benchmarking against Infoseek and Magellan on Monday.

Bet you come second.

wim121
6th January 2012, 19:08
I've just received a text to inform me that we are now expecting company for dinner tonight, my wifes best friend and her money talking, boorish, dull IT Contractor boyfriend.

We have nothing in common.:mad:

Oh I find that hard to believe, you seem dull as well :tongue :tongue

Why not try speaking about immigrants or some subject that isnt boring. A rousing debate makes the most inane fool seem a little less boring .....

We arent all boring in IT by the way ....