Today I have been mostly...

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Big Si and Alex66: Sounds about right lol. Love it when your clothes feel like they're flapping in the wind, but it's just sub-bass.

Today I finally finished moving! Ayeeeeeee! Moving + two big gigs = no time to write, so definitely happy to be back on schedule with a huge cold glass of gin.
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Faffing around with my PC- this is a very accurate graphical representation!
I'm knackered! :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Charlie wrote:Faffing around with my PC- this is a very accurate graphical representation!
I'm knackered! :lol: :lol: :lol:

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:lol: add another column twice as high again for "Getting behind your furniture to connect some cords in the back of a stack of hifi equipment" ;D
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markfiend wrote:
Charlie wrote:Faffing around with my PC- this is a very accurate graphical representation!
I'm knackered! :lol: :lol: :lol:

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:lol: add another column twice as high again for "Getting behind your furniture to connect some cords in the back of a stack of hifi equipment" ;D
hell yeah! why the buggery f**k are speaker connections -which are fiddly as f**k usually unless you have really expensive equipment and even then it's no guarantee- always on the back? i suppose it's for "tidyness" but ffs...
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eastmidswhizzkid wrote:
markfiend wrote:
Charlie wrote:Faffing around with my PC- this is a very accurate graphical representation!
I'm knackered! :lol: :lol: :lol:

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:lol: add another column twice as high again for "Getting behind your furniture to connect some cords in the back of a stack of hifi equipment" ;D
hell yeah! why the buggery f**k are speaker connections -which are fiddly as f**k usually unless you have really expensive equipment and even then it's no guarantee- always on the back? i suppose it's for "tidyness" but ffs...
I hear you.
My cats get behind my gear at night & pull out random wires every other day.
I have to crawl behind everything before I dare turn anything on every day.
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Pista wrote:
eastmidswhizzkid wrote:
markfiend wrote::lol: add another column twice as high again for "Getting behind your furniture to connect some cords in the back of a stack of hifi equipment" ;D
hell yeah! why the buggery f**k are speaker connections -which are fiddly as f**k usually unless you have really expensive equipment and even then it's no guarantee- always on the back? i suppose it's for "tidyness" but ffs...
I hear you.
My cats get behind my gear at night & pull out random wires every other day.
I have to crawl behind everything before I dare turn anything on every day.
Awwwww :3
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Pista wrote:
I hear you.
My cats get behind my gear at night & pull out random wires every other day.
I have to crawl behind everything before I dare turn anything on every day.
And how are the kitties doing?
Think it's time we had a photo update! :D
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Charlie wrote:
Pista wrote:
I hear you.
My cats get behind my gear at night & pull out random wires every other day.
I have to crawl behind everything before I dare turn anything on every day.
And how are the kitties doing?
Think it's time we had a photo update! :D
They are little bastids. I have a tobacco palm that's about 9 feet tall. Iggy keeps climbing up it & it got to the point where I had to re-set the support pole the other day as it was leaning over. That done, along with a cover for the earth so they can't dig it up & it was great......... until I got home from the pub last night.
Tadah!
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Pista wrote:
They are little bastids. I have a tobacco palm that's about 9 feet tall. Iggy keeps climbing up it & it got to the point where I had to re-set the support pole the other day as it was leaning over. That done, along with a cover for the earth so they can't dig it up & it was great......... until I got home from the pub last night.
Tadah!
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Not quite the photo update i meant but.... :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Pista wrote: My cats get behind my gear at night & pull out random wires every other day.
I have to crawl behind everything before I dare turn anything on every day.
... oh hell ... :lol: ... you seem to need powerboards with child safe devices ... :lol: ...
Pista wrote: They are little bastids. I have a tobacco palm that's about 9 feet tall. Iggy keeps climbing up it & it got to the point where I had to re-set the support pole the other day as it was leaning over. That done, along with a cover for the earth so they can't dig it up & it was great......... until I got home from the pub last night.
Tadah!
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... :eek: :lol: ... I see not much chance for the future survival of your tobacco plant ...
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Today I've been mostly ... tired, oh so tired. There no longer any such thing like a sleep pattern in my life ... like it has been for years in October/November, but this year tops it all ... I can't even remember when I last slept and for how long ... 2 hours, not at all, 12 hours ... :? .. :? :? :? ... at least I got a few things done overnight.
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Been working today. :(
I think someone set my soul alight
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watching animation movies with my nephews ;D :D
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Today I have mainly been writing stuff about Deep England
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....making sausages
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...celebrating officially being OLD!!!

Perhaps a pic will follow, at some point. Hmmmm... :von:
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Pista wrote:....making sausages
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You actually made these... with an actual sausage making machine?!

They look damn good! :D
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Charlie wrote:
You actually made these... with an actual sausage making machine?!

They look damn good! :D
Yeppers.
& boy my arms still hurt.
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Pista wrote:
Charlie wrote:
You actually made these... with an actual sausage making machine?!

They look damn good! :D
Yeppers.
& boy my arms still hurt.
Well they look very professional - you must have natural filling technique!

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I'm tempted to insert some sort of sausage innuendo here but i'm being well behaved today! :lol:
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Writing a PHD proposal, well mostly typing a few words deleting them staring at the wall and repeating. I have the basic part of it written though.
Piste those sausages look nice, Im hungry now.
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Charlie wrote: Well they look very professional - you must have natural filling technique!

:notworthy: :notworthy:

I'm tempted to insert some sort of sausage innuendo here but i'm being well behaved today! :lol:
I've made them 2 or 3 times now. Can't get English bangers here, so have to make my own. You get the grinding speed timed just right with the casings & they come out great.
Alex66 wrote:Writing a PHD proposal, well mostly typing a few words deleting them staring at the wall and repeating. I have the basic part of it written though.
Piste those sausages look nice, Im hungry now.
They were lovely. Bangers & mash was dish of the day yesterday (& probably every day for the rest of the month) :lol:
Good luck with the PHD proposal.
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adarkadaptedi wrote:...celebrating officially being OLD!!!

Perhaps a pic will follow, at some point. Hmmmm... :von:
For your consideration, the promised pic. I am pointing at cake (the cake is mildly g*th)! ;D

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What's this?! Mistress Ericka in a cardigan?! What happened?!!?!?

Still looking ravishing though :)
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adarkadaptedi wrote:
adarkadaptedi wrote:...celebrating officially being OLD!!!

Perhaps a pic will follow, at some point. Hmmmm... :von:
For your consideration, the promised pic. I am pointing at cake (the cake is mildly g*th)! ;D

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:notworthy: :notworthy:
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:eek: wow Erika you are looking amazing! no where near your actual age :notworthy:

started on sunday & again today i've been planting seeds in miniature containers. lots of vegetables and some sunflowers. makes me feel very zen having earth between my fingers. holding thumbs they start growing :D
here we go again....
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