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eek
14th February 2014, 10:08
Its friday and for most of us with children the beginning of half term.

So what does everyone have planned for the weekend and next week if you are skiving off...

SimonMac
14th February 2014, 10:30
Its friday and for most of us with children the beginning of half term.

So what does everyone have planned for the weekend and next week if you are skiving off...

Today, fixing Dev's cluster****s
Tomorrow, driving from Leeds to Somerset, turning round and driving back to Leeds with the kids for half term
Sunday, showing the kids the new house

Scruff
14th February 2014, 10:39
Today - end contract with IBM
Tomorrow - new contract with IBM and then fly to Cape Town for 4 weeks in the sun, golf, sailing and braai's :glasses

EternalOptimist
14th February 2014, 11:28
A lazy weekend for me. The missus is stressed with work so she will be sewing and quilting whilst I feed her with chocolate, wine, southern comfort and the occasional hot toddy

norrahe
14th February 2014, 11:28
Tonight: chilling and cooking in the now not so new kitchen, maybe a cocktail or 3
Tomorrow: Market, live jazz, more cooking, ordering wine for the cellar
Sunday: Sunday lunch with all the trimmings as I no longer have a one shelf oven any more and can finally cook properly. Oh, and maybe finally finish the unpacking.

suityou01
14th February 2014, 11:30
Taking me-julie out for dinner at some eye-tie place in Luton on Sat. Probably do some more work on the Pi-Borg with SY03-05.

SY06 will have me reading copious books to her over and over again :suicide:

Ticktock
14th February 2014, 11:33
Tonight: Chilling and relaxing.
Tomorrow: Playing basketball, followed by martial arts, speak to my mother afterwards.
Sunday: Visiting my aunt and uncle at their big place.

Alternatively I might just bum about all weekend.

darmstadt
14th February 2014, 11:37
Tonight: Dentist this morning (again) followed by dropping the car off to get a front headlight bulb changed (Xenon so the dealer does it) then this evening its Kegel followed by, possibly, a few beers
Tomorrow: Frau D. is working so I think I might have a quiet day in and catch up on stuff although the weather is meant to be nice, 12c, so I might go over to the Rhein and take some photos
Sunday: Same as Saturday, possibly

Have a nice weekend folks

eek
14th February 2014, 11:38
Taking me-julie out for dinner at some eye-tie place in Luton on Sat. Probably do some more work on the Pi-Borg with SY03-05.

SY06 will have me reading copious books to her over and over again :suicide:

you aren't supposed to out yourself mate....

hyperD
14th February 2014, 11:46
Fri: Bucket loads of Espresso Martinis followed by Chinese takeaway with GF#1 and her daughter.
Sat: Cooking Thai/Greek dishes for GF#1's friends. More Espresso Martinis.
Sun: More cooking, more Espresso Martinis and paperwork. Might watch a film.

MyUserName
14th February 2014, 12:17
Thanks for asking!

Tonight, nice meal in with Mrs MUN.

Tomorrow: actually not sure in the day, probably take the kids somewhere. Mate's birthday in the evening so PARTY!!!

Sunday: church in the morning to watch the kids as Mrs MUN listens to the service. Afterwards, some armour repair and weight myself.

To get to the point where I have a visible six pack by July (present for Mrs MUN) I am guessing I need to lose almost a stone, I have got rid of two pounds so far so just need to keep it going!

You?

d000hg
14th February 2014, 12:19
Tonight: Chilling and relaxing.
Tomorrow: Playing basketballJust make sure you don't get in one little fight or you'll have to go and live with your Aunty and Uncle.

Pogle
14th February 2014, 12:30
Tonight - girls night out.
Saturday - planning the week ahead
Sunday- taking the family to London for the week.

:happy

suityou01
14th February 2014, 12:31
Tonight - girls night out.
Saturday - planning the week ahead
Sunday- taking the family to London for the week.

:happy

What did they do to deserve that :confused:

MarillionFan
14th February 2014, 12:36
Finish work tonight and then on vacation
Flying to Vegas for a night out
Picking up a convertible and driving to Phoenix
Wife and kids arriving Sunday
Week in a resort and then traveling for five days

eek
14th February 2014, 12:36
Thanks for asking!

Tonight, nice meal in with Mrs MUN.

Tomorrow: actually not sure in the day, probably take the kids somewhere. Mate's birthday in the evening so PARTY!!!

Sunday: church in the morning to watch the kids as Mrs MUN listens to the service. Afterwards, some armour repair and weight myself.

To get to the point where I have a visible six pack by July (present for Mrs MUN) I am guessing I need to lose almost a stone, I have got rid of two pounds so far so just need to keep it going!

You?

Thanks for asking

Tonight its the twins birthday party so will be wincing as I pay for the party
Tomorrow for reasons unknown there is a family gathering for the girls so preparing for that.
Sunday not a clue but hopefully I can either do some plan b work or build my lego r2-d2 (this will probably be a theme until I'm benched).

SimonMac
14th February 2014, 12:40
Fri: Bucket loads of Espresso Martinis followed by Chinese takeaway with GF#1 and her daughter.
Sat: Cooking Thai/Greek dishes for GF#1's friends. More Espresso Martinis.
Sun: More cooking, more Espresso Martinis and paperwork. Might watch a film.

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bobspud
14th February 2014, 12:50
Me and the Mrs are off down to London for a few nights away from the kids as of tonight. Then we have a few more days in London next week taking the kids to museums.

Dallas
14th February 2014, 12:57
Tonight: Weights, swim
Tomorrow: Rowing cancelled: Swim, Spin, Bike dungeon set-up at home, binge-eat, run
Sunday: rinse and repeat

Am dull, but like weekends like this for evil sessions. (5 weeks to swimathon, 7 weeks to bike training holiday a skinny me and suuuuun ;) )

Happy weekend!

Mich the Tester
14th February 2014, 12:57
Tanks for asking.

This evening, cooking Valentines meal for Lady Tester. (oh shit, must not forget to visit butcher and wine merchant on way home)

Tomorrow; bicycle race planned but I expect it will be cancelled due to storm so I won't worry about having a few extra glasses of wine this evening.

Sunday; studying.

original PM
14th February 2014, 13:40
tonight taking er indoors out for a ruby
saturday youngest daughters birthday party n helping my brother move house... then beer
sunday youngest daughters birthday so cooking for everyone

mudskipper
14th February 2014, 13:50
Tanks for asking.

This evening, cooking Valentines meal for Lady Tester. (oh tulip, must not forget to visit butcher and wine merchant on way home)

Tomorrow; bicycle race planned but I expect it will be cancelled due to storm so I won't worry about having a few extra glasses of wine this evening.

Sunday; studying.

What you studying?

Mich the Tester
14th February 2014, 13:52
What you studying?

Industrial automation.

d000hg
14th February 2014, 14:05
Like robots?

Ticktock
14th February 2014, 14:07
Like robots?

Yeah, like love robots?

doodab
14th February 2014, 14:08
Tonight - chilliing
Tomorrow & Sunday - parents are visiting so we'll be doing some stuff with the kids, eating, that sort of stuff.

mudskipper
14th February 2014, 14:08
Yeah, like love robots?

http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-BV_Au_XqNKc/TmQablSkwTI/AAAAAAAAAdw/Pn4D65E8gfg/s400/robot_love.jpg

Mich the Tester
14th February 2014, 14:17
Like robots?

No; more process control and material handling systems (conveyor belts, item pickers and so on). Big business here in NL as this country earns a lot of money on distribution and transport. Also an area with skills shortages; good for contractors :D and much more fun than banking and so on.

Shall be doing a load of PLC/Scada homework on Sunday.

mudskipper
14th February 2014, 14:19
No; more process control and material handling systems (conveyor belts, item pickers and so on). Big business here in NL as this country earns a lot of money on distribution and transport. Also an area with skills shortages; good for contractors

Shall be doing a load of PLC/Scada homework on Sunday.

Love robots sound more fun.

Mich the Tester
14th February 2014, 14:21
Love robots sound more fun.

Yes indeed, but I is not bwainy enuff for dat stuff.

Archangel
14th February 2014, 14:27
Tonight - friends birthday party, may have to do it in shifts if the in laws don't risk driving over to babysit the kids due to the snow

Tomorrow - taking a day off work to help a mate rip out a bathroom and kitchen (I love destruction)

Sunday - wife's birthday, family lunch

Pretty much looking forward to everything for a change.

d000hg
14th February 2014, 14:36
Love robots sound more fun.


Yes indeed, but I is not bwainy enuff for dat stuff.You don't need to be brainy, you're a tester. You'd just have to test the love robots. To destruction.

chef
14th February 2014, 14:39
today:
- finish watching James Bond Casino Royale in the next 30 mins
- get washed and dressed :o
- go out and buy lots of champers, food and wine for tonight

tomorrow:
- nothing, maybe fix the greenhouse at the summer cottage that was half destroyed a few months ago and still hasnt been done. :eyes

sunday:
- prepare for interview for Monday after taking 3 months "christmas break"
- friends birthday across the water in Denmark

Ticktock
14th February 2014, 14:44
material handling systems.

I've got some materials that your love robots can handle, if you know what I mean.