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Anyone else enjoy being up at the crack of dawn on a weekend? Love the silence of just me and the dog awake so I sup my coffee in peace. 

BB 33 going on 70. Be shopping at M&S for comfy loafers and sensible blouses next. 

 

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Never understood people who rot in bed till after lunch, most of the day is wasted. I prefer to walk the dog early if possible, avoiding the hoardes of irritating “new walkers” that have sprung up since Covid started.

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I'm awake anytime from 4 oclock love it in spring and summer but seem long hours at this time of year. Trouble is I'm yawning me yead off at 7 in the evening ready fer bed .

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51 minutes ago, bolton_blondie said:

Anyone else enjoy being up at the crack of dawn on a weekend? Love the silence of just me and the dog awake so I sup my coffee in peace. 

BB 33 going on 70. Be shopping at M&S for comfy loafers and sensible blouses next. 

 

can we twist that around to lingerie and stuff

asking for a friend

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43 minutes ago, crawshawbooth said:

can we twist that around to lingerie and stuff

asking for a friend

Don't do M&S lingerie unless I want beige 'minimiser' bras and giant kecks and to be honest, why would I want that? 

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Unless I’ve been bladdered, I’m always up early. We get up at 5.30 week days so by 7 at weekend, I’ve had a decent lie in. Love it in summer having a brew outside, watching the birds nibbling on nuts

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5 minutes ago, Biggish Dave said:

Unless I’ve been bladdered, I’m always up early. We get up at 5.30 week days so by 7 at weekend, I’ve had a decent lie in. Love it in summer having a brew outside, watching the birds nibbling on my nuts

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People in their early 30s pretending they're old....

I have to say its only now that I like early nights etc mainly because hangovers and late nights take so much longer to get over.

I have to say I'm enjoying my 40s much more than my 30s!

 

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2 hours ago, Burndens Bogs said:

Never understood people who rot in bed till after lunch, most of the day is wasted. I prefer to walk the dog early if possible, avoiding the hoardes of irritating “new walkers” that have sprung up since Covid started.

One of our bastard dogs has a habit of a gentle yap in the night if he hears an ant fart ten miles away. Wouldnt be so bad if he'd shut up after a couple, but its repetitive and doesn't stop until you've acknowledged it. A few night on the bounce and I'm sleeping later.

Doesn't feel right, but needs must.

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2 hours ago, Burndens Bogs said:

Never understood people who rot in bed till after lunch, most of the day is wasted. I prefer to walk the dog early if possible, avoiding the hoardes of irritating “new walkers” that have sprung up since Covid started.

You must be a joy to live with

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2 minutes ago, Tonge moor green jacket said:

One of our bastard dogs has a habit of a gentle yap in the night if he hears an ant fart ten miles away. Wouldnt be so bad if he'd shut up after a couple, but its repetitive and doesn't stop until you've acknowledged it. A few night on the bounce and I'm sleeping later.

Doesn't feel right, but needs must.

Buddy does the same occasionally. Doesn't shut up til you go downstairs and acknowledge him. Ten to 7 this morning. Knob head conveniently couldn't hear him.

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1 minute ago, bolton_blondie said:

Buddy does the same occasionally. Doesn't shut up til you go downstairs and acknowledge him. Ten to 7 this morning. Knob head conveniently couldn't hear him.

Being a lighter sleeper, I usually do it. Though after 2 or 3 I've usually disturbed her enough for her to have a turn. :)

 

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1 hour ago, Tonge moor green jacket said:

One of our bastard dogs has a habit of a gentle yap in the night if he hears an ant fart ten miles away. Wouldnt be so bad if he'd shut up after a couple, but its repetitive and doesn't stop until you've acknowledged it. A few night on the bounce and I'm sleeping later.

Doesn't feel right, but needs must.

Tell me again why dogs are so great. Sounds like a fucking nightmare compared to the gentle purr of your cat nestled at you feet.

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4 minutes ago, Not in Crawley said:

Tell me again why dogs are so great. Sounds like a fucking nightmare compared to the gentle purr of your cat nestled at you feet.

Because you’ll probably be one of 20 houses she purrs in today, the massive slag 

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3 minutes ago, Rudy said:

Because you’ll probably be one of 20 houses she purrs in today, the massive slag 

Doesn't leave the house at the moment (apart from the morning shit) 

Currently moved from the bed to one of the kids laps....

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12 minutes ago, Not in Crawley said:

Doesn't leave the house at the moment (apart from the morning shit) 

Currently moved from the bed to one of the kids laps....

Can’t be trusted to leave more like. The massive slag

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In my early teens never thought I'd see the 21st Century coz that would make me old.

20 years into it don't feel old although to the early teen me I must be ancient.

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Think ive said before, as i got into the wanderers and learned the history, 1958 seemed a lifetime ago

It was only about 15/20 years

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5 hours ago, crawshawbooth said:

can we twist that around to lingerie and stuff

asking for a friend

 

4 hours ago, bolton_blondie said:

Don't do M&S lingerie unless I want beige 'minimiser' bras and giant kecks and to be honest, why would I want that? 

he's into nora batty

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45 minutes ago, Casino said:

Think ive said before, as i got into the wanderers and learned the history, 1958 seemed a lifetime ago

It was only about 15/20 years

Aye, the first world cup i can remember is 86, 20 years after we won it when it was mostly black and white 

19 years since 2002 in Japan, doesn't seem half as far away

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1 hour ago, Not in Crawley said:

Tell me again why dogs are so great. Sounds like a fucking nightmare compared to the gentle purr of your cat nestled at you feet.

They clean up any bowel mishaps for you !

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