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    • Upsidedown Bear
    • By Upsidedown Bear 29th Oct 15, 2:22 PM
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    The Alphabetty Happy Chatty thread
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    • 29th Oct 15, 2:22 PM
    The Alphabetty Happy Chatty thread 29th Oct 15 at 2:22 PM
    Hello lovely alphabettys old and new and welcome to the new Alphabetty thread



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    Everyone is welcome whether or not you have previously posted
    We are very friendly so please say hello





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    • Pyxis
    • By Pyxis 13th Jul 18, 9:40 AM
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    Sleazy, re. the possibility of a part-time job, I've just heard on the TV that some language schools want people to just come and chat away to their students, to enable them to practice general conversation skills.

    Not teaching English, just chatting normally.
    Apparently it can pay £8-£15 an hour.

    You just contact any local language schools to see if they need anybody.

    You seem to like chatting! .
    Better not stick your French into the sentences, though! Or your malapropisms, otherwise they'll all go out speaking Sleazynglish!
    (I just lurve spiders! )
    INFJ(Turbulent).

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    • Pyxis
    • By Pyxis 13th Jul 18, 9:50 AM
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    I posted this on another thread earlier, but thought that peeps on here might find it interesting, too. ...........



    Just heard about Rail Pastors on the news, so looked them up.

    http://www.btp.police.uk/safety_on_the_railway/safety_on_and_near_the_railway/rail_pastors.aspx

    They are trained by the Samaritans to patrol stations looking out for people,who look as if they might need to talk or hear a friendly voice.

    Apparently, incidents involving potential suicides etc. are down substantially as a result.

    At last some good news!
    (I just lurve spiders! )
    INFJ(Turbulent).

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    • AlfieBlue
    • By AlfieBlue 13th Jul 18, 10:04 AM
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    Wail! Wail! Wail!


    Why are other places getting rain, but not MEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!
    Originally posted by Pyxis

    It's like a desert here too Pyxis. Yesterday I was ecstatic when
    thunderstorms were mentioned for Hants today, but sadly not
    happening for me.


    Really worried for the birds & wildlife in general. Been topping
    up the bird food containers/bird baths big time, also thinking of
    alternative food for the worm/grub eaters. Great info in
    following links:

    https://www.rspb.org.uk/our-work/rspb-news/news/stories/heat-wave/


    http://www.heart.co.uk/news/science-nature/people-water-baby-hedgehogs-dying-heatwave/


    http://www.discoverwildlife.com/news/how-help-your-garden-wildlife-heatwave



    Morning Alphabetty's .... bones are aching today especially ankles.

    Don't know about Fashionista, Alfie, but I did refer to our Pyxis as a 'dragonista' earlier in the week.

    Know what you mean about Trump, Pyxis. I don't agree with his ideas on lots of stuff, I more meant respect for the decision of HM Government if they've seen fit to invite him over.

    I mean .... flying baby Trump blimp over Westminster?
    Seems rather 'babyish' to me if you'll excuse the pun. I know the guy has no tact and diplomacy - just read on the BBC that he said "Boris would make a great PM" .... whilst enjoying the hospitality of the current PM! The mind boggles ..
    Also made some comments about May's Brexit White Paper, which will no doubt stir things up further .... "Internal Affairs Of Other Countries"?

    I'm lazing around here, best look lively if I'm to escort Mme. to the bus station.

    Catch you again over breakfast I hope ... TTFN
    Originally posted by Sleazy
    i rest my case!
    Originally posted by Pyxis









    Did someone mention a scrumptious Coley club sandwich
    this morning?


    Hellooeee Colin, hope you're keeping well & yippee
    yay - it's Friday!


    Alfie xxx
    MILITARY WIVES CHOIRS
    HELP for HEROES
    WASPI

    Princess Alpha & Chief Faffer of the Alpha-betty thread
    • AlfieBlue
    • By AlfieBlue 13th Jul 18, 10:24 AM
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    I posted this on another thread earlier, but thought that peeps on here might find it interesting, too. ...........



    Just heard about Rail Pastors on the news, so looked them up.

    http://www.btp.police.uk/safety_on_the_railway/safety_on_and_near_the_railway/rail_pastors.aspx

    They are trained by the Samaritans to patrol stations looking out for people,who look as if they might need to talk or hear a friendly voice.

    Apparently, incidents involving potential suicides etc. are down substantially as a result.

    At last some good news!
    Originally posted by Pyxis





    How wonderful.



    Alfie xxx
    MILITARY WIVES CHOIRS
    HELP for HEROES
    WASPI

    Princess Alpha & Chief Faffer of the Alpha-betty thread
    • Sleazy
    • By Sleazy 13th Jul 18, 11:07 AM
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    Thank you Pyxis re the info in your earlier post.

    Alfie, 'Desert' sums up here as well! Hot here already again today.

    Back home now via Sainsbury's. Washing put out so relaxing now for a bit.
    (P)earl Of The Alphabetty
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    • AlfieBlue
    • By AlfieBlue 13th Jul 18, 1:15 PM
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    Mega excited - just found & posted another comp!


    Anyone fancy one of these in their garden?!




    WOULD YOU LIKE TO WIN YOUR OWN BEACH HUT BAR?

    Of course you would, it's a beach hut with a bar in it.

    If there's a beach hut shaped hole in your garden why not enter
    our prize draw below.

    We’ve recreated one of Whitstable’s famous beach huts, and put a
    bar in it to take on tour around the Kent coast this summer. We
    like it so much we had another one built, just to give away. You
    could WIN YOUR OWN beach hut bar, complete with a fridge
    stacked to the brim with Whitstable Bay Beers, to have in your
    own garden, for keeps! Simply complete the form below by the
    31st August for your chance to win.

    Enter between 1st July 2018 and 31st August 2018
    18+ UK Only. Please ensure you have read the terms and
    conditions.

    https://beachhutbar.wnthis.com/KdFRcm

    https://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.php?t=5867790


    Good luck all!


    Alfie xxx
    MILITARY WIVES CHOIRS
    HELP for HEROES
    WASPI

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    • Pyxis
    • By Pyxis 13th Jul 18, 1:19 PM
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    Pyxis
    Mega excited - just found & posted another comp!


    Anyone fancy one of these in their garden?!




    WOULD YOU LIKE TO WIN YOUR OWN BEACH HUT BAR?

    Of course you would, it's a beach hut with a bar in it.

    If there's a beach hut shaped hole in your garden why not enter
    our prize draw below.

    We’ve recreated one of Whitstable’s famous beach huts, and put a
    bar in it to take on tour around the Kent coast this summer. We
    like it so much we had another one built, just to give away. You
    could WIN YOUR OWN beach hut bar, complete with a fridge
    stacked to the brim with Whitstable Bay Beers, to have in your
    own garden, for keeps! Simply complete the form below by the
    31st August for your chance to win.

    Enter between 1st July 2018 and 31st August 2018
    18+ UK Only. Please ensure you have read the terms and
    conditions.

    https://beachhutbar.wnthis.com/KdFRcm

    https://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.php?t=5867790


    Good luck all!


    Alfie xxx
    Originally posted by AlfieBlue
    Hahahahahaha! That would probably take up most of my garden jungle!
    (I just lurve spiders! )
    INFJ(Turbulent).

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    • Pyxis
    • By Pyxis 13th Jul 18, 1:21 PM
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    Thank you Pyxis re the info in your earlier post.

    Alfie, 'Desert' sums up here as well! Hot here already again today.

    Back home now via Sainsbury's. Washing put out so relaxing now for a bit.
    Originally posted by Sleazy
    Oooh! Skellington's back!
    Me likee skellington!
    (I just lurve spiders! )
    INFJ(Turbulent).

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    • colinw
    • By colinw 13th Jul 18, 2:37 PM
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    It's like a desert here too Pyxis. Yesterday I was ecstatic when
    thunderstorms were mentioned for Hants today, but sadly not
    happening for me.


    Really worried for the birds & wildlife in general. Been topping
    up the bird food containers/bird baths big time, also thinking of
    alternative food for the worm/grub eaters. Great info in
    following links:

    https://www.rspb.org.uk/our-work/rspb-news/news/stories/heat-wave/


    http://www.heart.co.uk/news/science-nature/people-water-baby-hedgehogs-dying-heatwave/


    http://www.discoverwildlife.com/news/how-help-your-garden-wildlife-heatwave
















    Did someone mention a scrumptious Coley club sandwich
    this morning?


    Hellooeee Colin, hope you're keeping well & yippee
    yay - it's Friday!


    Alfie xxx
    Originally posted by AlfieBlue
    A club sandwich you would be better hitting me with a club
    • Pyxis
    • By Pyxis 13th Jul 18, 4:16 PM
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    A club sandwich you would be better hitting me with a club
    Originally posted by colinw
    Is that an invitation?







    Crumbs! All this violence! First Sleazy with his flagellation and now Colin wanting us to beat him!
    (I just lurve spiders! )
    INFJ(Turbulent).

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    • Sleazy
    • By Sleazy 13th Jul 18, 4:16 PM
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    Oooh! Skellington's back!
    Me likee skellington!
    Originally posted by Pyxis
    Had a job finding him again ... lots of others, but I like this one!
    The one I saved it on my pc before didn't move, so was about as much use as a pile of dry bones.
    (P)earl Of The Alphabetty
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    • Sleazy
    • By Sleazy 13th Jul 18, 4:18 PM
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    Sleazy
    Is that an invitation?


    Crumbs! All this violence! First Sleazy with his flagellation and now Colin wanting us to beat him!
    Originally posted by Pyxis

    Flick said something about a golf club quiz tonight.
    Anywhere near Stoke Golf Club, Colin?

    Pyxis, you forgot to mention the Rhythm Stick. And any flagellation that I may endure enjoy, is usually voluntarily, although has been known to happen after embarrassing Mrs. Sleazy in public.
    Last edited by Sleazy; 13-07-2018 at 4:23 PM.
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    • Sleazy
    • By Sleazy 14th Jul 18, 5:47 AM
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    Welcome to Sleazy's Sniffy Saturday, Alphabetty's.

    Sniff! Sniff! Sniff! And feeling sorry for self . - I'm a man.

    Scheduled to be hot again, so I'm minded to go out early, then come back and relax. Diet hasn't got going yet, hope that today is the day.

    Bastille Day in France if anybody's interested, will probably give them extra motivation tomorrow. Then, "they can eat cake" n'est pas?

    Yesterday was Friday 13th, and although not suspicious at all, seems like a good enough day to have had a last supper of wine and crisps!

    Hope that you're all ok .... rude of me to waffle straight on without asking ...
    Excusez moi, mes amis ....

    Auto translate is horrible when you're trying to type in another language!

    TTFN
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    • AlfieBlue
    • By AlfieBlue 14th Jul 18, 6:59 AM
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    Good morning lovely Alphabettys

    I hope you're all well on this traditional, scrumptious and
    thoughtful day!





    PARKS MATTER TO US ALL

    13 – 22 July 2018

    That’s why we work every day to protect and improve them. We
    celebrate the very best green spaces through our international
    Green Flag Award and People’s Choice vote. We help to improve
    them even more through our innovations, #LitterHeroes and
    campaigns.

    But because parks are so important, we take a week each year –
    Love Parks Week - to really showcase them. This year’s theme ‘It
    started in a park’ celebrates all those fantastic firsts that are made
    possible thanks to our wonderful parks.



    So this Love Parks Week, we are encouraging everyone to get out
    and enjoy their favourite park. By using and celebrating your local
    park, you are helping us to protect them for future generations.



    http://www.keepbritaintidy.org/get-involved/support-our-campaigns/love-parks-week

    http://www.keepbritaintidy.org/it-started-park

    ^^ Please refer to site for further info





    Tewkesbury Medieval Festival and Battle
    Commemoration




    Where: Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire - off Lincoln Green Lane and
    at Abbey

    When: 2nd weekend in July

    Time: From 11 am with Battle Re-enactment at 4pm Saturday &
    3pm Sunday and Storming of the Abbey (Saturday only) at 7.30





    The Medieval Festival is one of the largest events of its kind in
    Europe and takes place every July in fields off Lincoln Green Lane
    (where part of the 1471 Battle of Tewkesbury took place).

    There are regular guided tours of the Battlefield as well as a living
    history encampment, lots of stalls, entertainers, and battle re-
    enactments with up to 2000 participants (quite a spectacle!).

    The area between the two rows of bunting at the front of the battle
    viewing area is for seated people only (most brought chairs or
    blankets to sit on) which means that it’s fairly easy to get a decent
    view even when the crowd is large.

    The battle is very well run with an interesting commentary (in
    2014 this was provided by Prof. Ronald Hutton).

    On the Saturday evening only there is also a recreation of the
    1471 Storming of the Abbey and subsequent execution of the
    defeated Lancastrians (luckily not too authentic) as well as a
    Service of Compline at the Abbey Church.

    The Trials of the Lancastrians take place in the parking area on the
    north side of the Abbey and executions at the Abbey Gate just off
    Church Street – the heads are mounted on the spiked railings!





    Helpful Hints

    Look out for the memorials inside the Abbey to George, Duke of
    Clarence (Edward IV’s brother) who is buried in the vault at the
    East end and Edward Prince of Wales (killed in the battle) who has
    a memorial brass plate in the chancel floor. There are trails around
    the whole battlefield area with a monument to the battle in the
    Vineyards area and memorial sculptures on the roundabout off A38
    south of town.

    In 2018 the festival will take place on Saturday 14th and Sunday
    15th July.

    Admission is free but the Festival relies on donations so look out
    for the collection buckets!

    Click here for the Festival website :
    http://www.tewkesburymedievalfestival.org/



    http://calendarcustoms.com/articles/tewkesbury-medieval-festival-and-battle-commemoration/






    The Commemorative Sculptures

    The two sculptures commissioned by the Tewkesbury Battlefield
    Society to mark the site of one of the crucial battles of the Wars of
    the Roses have now been erected. They also celebrate the historic
    character of the town of Tewkesbury.

    They have been placed on and near the Stonehill roundabout,
    where the A38 Gloucester Road meets the new Tewkesbury relief
    road on the southern edge of the town. It was from here the
    Yorkist forces would have had their first sight of their Lancastrian
    opponents on the morning of the Battle...... >>>



    http://tewkesbury.org.uk/the-commemorative-sculptures/

    ^^ Please refer to links for further info










    Henry VI granted the Abbot of Chertsey the right to hold an annual
    fair back in 1440 and apart from a brief hiatus in the latter part of
    the twentieth century it’s been held ever since, gaining its name
    from the cherry harvest.

    Nowadays it’s organised by the local Rotary Club and there are
    over 100 stalls at the medieval-style fair on the Abbey Fields, as
    well as a funfair and entertainments.

    The other major component of the event is the Procession of floats
    and bands, which has a different theme each year to keep it
    interesting.



    The Procession is led by the Cherry Princesses in medieval dress,
    who are chosen from the local schools earlier in the year.

    Helpful Hints

    In 2018 it will be held on Saturday July 14th.

    Click here for the event website:
    http://www.blackcherryfair.com/#



    http://calendarcustoms.com/articles/chertsey-black-cherry-fair/

    ^^ Please refer to links for further info







    Where: The Bottle Inn, Marshwood, near Crewkerne, Dorset

    When: Formerly a weekend in June but 2017 in July -See "helpful
    hints" below.

    Time: Pub open Noon onwards 5.30 pm for Nettle Eating



    The hour-long contest at The Bottle Inn used to take place every
    June on the Saturday preceding the Summer Solstice, though the
    date varied a little; in 2017 it happened in July.

    Competitors chew their way through nettle leaves and most give
    up or face disqualification (vomiting is forbidden) before the end.



    It’s one of those modern traditions started off in a pub, dating
    back to the 1980s and the organisers provide the raw materials of
    2-foot lengths of nettle stalk from which all leaves must be
    consumed.



    The winner is the contestant who has stripped and eaten the
    leaves from the greatest number of stalks – simple but not easy
    given that the leaves sting and cause tongues to swell and
    blacken.



    There’s live music and a festival atmosphere. Please note that as
    of 2017 the pub and competition are being run by new
    management so things may be slightly different to the above
    description!



    Helpful Hints

    In 2018 it will be on Saturday July 14th.

    Double-check with the event Facebook page as it depends on a
    good supply of nettles!

    Click here for the Bottle’s new Facebook page:
    https://www.facebook.com/The-Bottle-Inn-1793832280862788/

    http://calendarcustoms.com/articles/world-stinging-nettle-eating-championship/

    ^^ Please refer to links for further info





    Shark Awareness Day



    Without sharks, marine ecosystems face an uncertain future.
    When we refer to sharks, we also include their close relatives the
    skates, rays and chimaeras.

    OUR VISION: A future where sharks thrive within a globally
    healthy marine ecosystem.

    OUR MISSION: Safeguarding the future of sharks through positive
    change. We achieve this through science, education, influence and
    action.



    SHARK CONSERVATION

    THE CHANGING LANDSCAPE OF SHARK CONSERVATION



    When we first began in 1997 there was little to no management
    for sharks, skates and rays. Public awareness and appreciation for
    sharks was at an all-time low. For a long time these amazing
    animals were misunderstood and vilified. Even today sensationalist
    media stories play on the 'Jaws' stereotype to sell stories. Despite
    this we've seen a huge positive shift in public attitudes over the
    past 20 years.

    Today we're lucky to have a large (and ever growing) group of
    passionate shark supporters from around the world. We also have
    more engaged Government and industry. Together we continue to
    champion sharks and further their conservation.

    WHY ARE SHARKS IMPORTANT? >>>

    https://www.sharktrust.org/en/shark_conservation



    OUR STORY

    Established in 1997, the Shark Trust started life on the corner of a
    desk in Newbury. Three years later we were a small team and had
    expanded our office. We'd set up shop in a room designed to be an
    ice cream parlour. Complete with our own slushy machine!
    Situated outside the newly-built National Marine Aquarium in
    Plymouth, UK.

    Twenty years on we've grown a little in size and a lot in terms of
    reach and influence. Still based in Plymouth (Britain’s Ocean City),
    our office now accommodates a team of six. Plymouth has a rich
    heritage in fisheries and marine science.From here we work at an
    international level to safeguard the future of sharks, skates and
    rays. And not forgetting the chimaeras!

    In 2006 we became a founding member of the Shark Alliance - a
    coalition of European partners. Together we advocated for the
    adoption of a European Community Plan of Action for Sharks
    (2009) and to close loopholes in the EU Finning Regulations. This
    led to the strengthened European Finning Ban (2013). A huge win
    for shark conservation >>>



    https://www.sharktrust.org/en/about_shark_trust



    WHAT WE DO

    We defend the high seas on the high street.

    Overfishing could wipe out many shark species, along with other
    threatened fish, by 2048. Working with our supporters we’re here
    to make sure that doesn’t happen.



    Our focus is to:

    Educate: Highlight the environmental risks of overfishing and
    change public perception of sharks.

    Eliminate: Stop shops and restaurants selling shark and other
    threatened marine life.

    Motivate: Inspire compassion for the marine environment and
    empower supporters.

    HOW YOU CAN HELP >>>

    https://www.bite-back.com/what-we-do/



    https://www.sharktrust.org/

    ^^ Please refer to links for further info





    Have a brilliant and safe day all whatever you have planned. I will
    catch up later.

    Alfie xxx
    MILITARY WIVES CHOIRS
    HELP for HEROES
    WASPI

    Princess Alpha & Chief Faffer of the Alpha-betty thread
    • Sleazy
    • By Sleazy 14th Jul 18, 7:41 AM
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    Alfie, that wasn't just a marathon, it was a Megatron! (Auto Moron again).
    I meant to type megathon.

    So much info. Nettle eating? Well, I suppose that will help them with allergies, but I wouldn't want my tongue stung! And sharks. ... I find them scary!
    (P)earl Of The Alphabetty
    Nabob Of None
    • Pyxis
    • By Pyxis 14th Jul 18, 7:58 AM
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    Pyxis
    Yes, sharks are scary, but only if they are one of the few types that will attack humans.
    There are loads of sharks, but not many species will go for humans.

    It's all that film's fault, as the blurb said.

    However, the shark society doesn't help itself by calling the campaign Biteback, with a logo of a fierce-looking, sharp-toothed shark!


    That nettle thing sounds nteresting!

    I've never eaten (young) nettles, but I've heard they're tasty! The young leaves don't sting, I think, plus, if you cook them it gets rid of the sting.
    I've heard nettle wine is nice, too.

    Nettles are also brilliant for butterflies, I think.

    That Tewkesbury thing sound fun!

    There used to be a jousting thing not too far from me, and I went once years ago with my children.......they got carted off to be a page and a damsel in distress! Hahahahahahahhaa!
    It's not there any more, though, I don't think. Shame.



    Ps. I'm going to be busy for most of today, so catch you tomorrow, probs.
    (I just lurve spiders! )
    INFJ(Turbulent).

    Her Greenliness Baroness Pyxis of the Alphabetty, Pinnacle of Peadom and Official Brainbox
    Founder Member: 'WIMPS ANONYMOUS' and 'VICTIMS of the RANDOM HEDGEHOG'
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    • Sleazy
    • By Sleazy 14th Jul 18, 8:11 AM
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    Hmmph!
    Not good enough for you today? Better things to do I suppose?

    Well, I shall just vegetate here ((hopefully with Alfie), until you deign to return then ....

    Have a nice day, whatever you're up to
    (P)earl Of The Alphabetty
    Nabob Of None
    • Pyxis
    • By Pyxis 14th Jul 18, 8:14 AM
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    Pyxis
    Hmmph!
    Not good enough for you today? Better things to do I suppose?

    Well, I shall just vegetate here ((hopefully with Alfie), until you deign to return then ....

    Have a nice day, whatever you're up to
    Originally posted by Sleazy


    Will splane later!
    (I just lurve spiders! )
    INFJ(Turbulent).

    Her Greenliness Baroness Pyxis of the Alphabetty, Pinnacle of Peadom and Official Brainbox
    Founder Member: 'WIMPS ANONYMOUS' and 'VICTIMS of the RANDOM HEDGEHOG'
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    • Sleazy
    • By Sleazy 14th Jul 18, 7:26 PM
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    Sleazy
    MSE doesn't like me it seems ... been trying to post here and the site keeps getting blocked - have checked firewall etc. so I don't know. Just changed something (I forget what, so I can't change it back even if I want ), see if that works.

    Anyway, basic message was hope that everyone's ok and 'Bottoms Up' Alfie. My diet was a non-starter today. I didn't need much convincing from Mme.
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