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It's like you ignored all our suggestions.


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It is, isn’t it.


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I got my first mention on the Guardian's (cricket coverage) OBO the other day. Today, sat on a plane to Adelaide, I realised the bloke next to me was a journalist. Little spying later, and I realised it was the one I'd written to. So once he'd finished typing, I interrupted and we chatted. I wasn't totally embarrassing. I think.


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I got my first mention on the Guardian's (cricket coverage) OBO the other day. Today, sat on a plane to Adelaide, I realised the bloke next to me was a journalist. Little spying later, and I realised it was the one I'd written to. So once he'd finished typing, I interrupted and we chatted. I wasn't totally embarrassing. I think.


Nice! Which one was it?

My brother and I used to compete to see who could get more mentions, back in the day.

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Adam Collins-not one of them that I knew best, though he sounds pretty busy, writes for a good range of papers and does some commentary (or 'calling', because he's an Aussie).


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Congratulations.. Is it yours?

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If it is, book the Caesarian now.

Really though, if this is new BabyPaz news, Yayyyyy!!! Congratulations xxxxx

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Really though, if this is new BabyPaz news, Yayyyyy!!! Congratulations xxxxx

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Oh, have they had their little girl?!? Awww... Is this on FB?

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Really though, if this is new BabyPaz news, Yayyyyy!!! Congratulations xxxxx

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If it is, book the Caesarian now.

Really though, if this is new BabyPaz news, Yayyyyy!!! Congratulations xxxxx

Gill and Jen

Aye. This. Not me. Christ no :D


Fewer congratulations to you in that case, Davpaz, though you can keep a good amount of them just for being smashing x

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In this week's shopping, we ordered a couple of battery powered toothbrushes for the kids. Total of £6 for the two.

Tesco didn't have these in stock though so they've been substituted with proper electric toothbrushes totalling £64 and of course, we've only been charged £6. Brilliant.


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In this week's shopping, we ordered a couple of battery powered toothbrushes for the kids. Total of £6 for the two.

Tesco didn't have these in stock though so they've been substituted with proper electric toothbrushes totalling £64 and of course, we've only been charged £6. Brilliant.


That is an unusually good result, but it sounds like the order picker didn't really pay attention to what they were doing. Those battery powered ones are good, though. I bought one by mistake before Christmas, thinking it was just an ordinary one, and I think it's great for the price.

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They are good, we've had them before and have been quite happy with them. Now we're happier with the electric toothbrushes though!

The lady who handed the shopping over declared it as the best substitution she's ever seen!


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They are good, we've had them before and have been quite happy with them. Now we're happier with the electric toothbrushes though!

The lady who handed the shopping over declared it as the best substitution she's ever seen!


Did you get both the tooth brush heads and the masturbatory heads with them?

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I'm not sure Disney do those in the Frozen range.


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In this week's shopping, we ordered a couple of battery powered toothbrushes for the kids. Total of £6 for the two.

Tesco didn't have these in stock though so they've been substituted with proper electric toothbrushes totalling £64 and of course, we've only been charged £6. Brilliant.

Christ, there should be all sorts of checks in place to make sure that doesn't happen.

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I would have thought so yes. Surely the scanners or computers should have checks installed so that it flags up stuff like this and won't let you scan them? Either way... I'm happy.


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My nan once ordered a thing of 8 chicken breasts and they delivered eight whole chickens. When the lady delivered them she said it looked as if one of them was a bit damp and some of the juices or whatever has run a tiny bit, so she was going to refund the whole lot as she couldn’t tell which one it was, then my nan could dispose of them or whatever she wanted, completely up to her about disposing of them. I packed away her shopping. Luckily she had a stupidly massive freezer. I don’t think there was anything wrong with any of them and she just thought my nan should have eight free chickens.

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In this week's shopping, we ordered a couple of battery powered toothbrushes for the kids. Total of £6 for the two.

Tesco didn't have these in stock though so they've been substituted with proper electric toothbrushes totalling £64 and of course, we've only been charged £6. Brilliant.

Christ, there should be all sorts of checks in place to make sure that doesn't happen.

I'm sure there are. And I'm sure there are minimum wage packers who don't give a fuck too.

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Or selling a shit load of electric toothbrushes on eBay.

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I was considering Kendal calling next year as my mate performed there this year and will be going next whether she's booked or not as she loved it (it was her first festival at age 40). Plus, bonus cartmel on the way there.

Now this thread is making me reconsider.


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I was considering Kendal calling next year as my mate performed there this year and will be going next whether she's booked or not as she loved it (it was her first festival at age 40). Plus, bonus cartmel on the way there.

Now this thread is making me reconsider.


http://www.nwemail.co.uk/news/Has-Liam- ... 4d5432c-ds

Bonus Liam?


That is literally the worst news I could have heard today.

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Nah. It would have been worse if I followed up by saying this had persuaded me to go.


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I was considering Kendal calling next year as my mate performed there this year and will be going next whether she's booked or not as she loved it (it was her first festival at age 40). Plus, bonus cartmel on the way there.

Now this thread is making me reconsider.


http://www.nwemail.co.uk/news/Has-Liam- ... 4d5432c-ds

Bonus Liam?


That is literally the worst news I could have heard today.


He's part of a Royal Blood covers band

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Not only is he rubbish and annoying, it attracts the wrong kind of clientele.

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Yeah, I don't reckon we'll be pushing the kids forward for that one


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Neighbour got her Sainsbury’s order delivered yesterday with a “7” birthday candle for her kids party tomorrow.

They subbed it with a cinnamon and toffee flavoured Yankee candle in a glass jar.


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Not only is he rubbish and annoying, it attracts the wrong kind of clientele.

Oasis played Glastonbury one year we were there. I'd have quite liked to have seen them but from about 30 mins before they played I didn't feel safe standing near the stage so we left.

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Neighbour got her Sainsbury’s order delivered yesterday with a “7” birthday candle for her kids party tomorrow.

They subbed it with a cinnamon and toffee flavoured Yankee candle in a glass jar.

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Grim... wrote:
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Neighbour got her Sainsbury’s order delivered yesterday with a “7” birthday candle for her kids party tomorrow.

They subbed it with a cinnamon and toffee flavoured Yankee candle in a glass jar.

Cor.

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She’s a complete beauty, and I hope she brings you both even more blissful happiness. :luv:

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Yay! She's awesome Gill!


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She is lovely :)

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