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banned#1
Very true, I didn't learn until I rented my own place at 20 and started paying my own bills. I found myself going round my mum's and turning HER lights off...and my sisters...and my girlfriend's mum's...and anyone else's house I go into for that matter ;-)

but right now I've got a 800watt heater in the attic trying to dry out the ceiling after I knocked a pipe off the boiler and water has gone everywhere! my own house i'll add so no insurance claim, unless the ceiling falls through in which I'll just repair myself.
#2
I still live at home and am sick of turning the tv/radio/lights off after my dad! He takes a plate into the kitchen and turns the radio on - he hears 2 words and hes back out!
#3
kelly_o_fanatic
I still live at home and am sick of turning the tv/radio/lights off after my dad! He takes a plate into the kitchen and turns the radio on - he hears 2 words and hes back out!


Parents - what can you do with them hey? :whistling:
#4
We have a 'Eats shoots and leaves' calendar, talking about mistakes in grammar, one I like is....

“Woman, without her man, is nothing.”

“Woman: Without her, man is nothing.”
#5
kelly_o_fanatic
We have a 'Eats shoots and leaves' calendar, talking about mistakes in grammar, one I like is....

“Woman, without her man, is nothing.”

“Woman: Without her, man is nothing.”


:giggle::giggle: True, how very true!!
1 Like #6
kelly_o_fanatic
I still live at home and am sick of turning the tv/radio/lights off after my dad! He takes a plate into the kitchen and turns the radio on - he hears 2 words and hes back out!


LOL reminded me of that haribo advert with the kids telling off the parents :p
#7
kelly_o_fanatic
We have a 'Eats shoots and leaves' calendar, talking about mistakes in grammar, one I like is....

“Woman, without her man, is nothing.”

“Woman: Without her, man is nothing.”


suze
:giggle::giggle: True, how very true!!


There's a third line isn't there ?

"Women: Without her, man is nothing but happy and content." :p
#8
Always amused me that the Womans Liberation Front used to chant Happiness for at least 2 minutes daily getting slower and slower to gain total fulfilment.

My mum used to say it worked, have you tried it ??
#9
suze
What do you take me for?!?! :roll:


Someone with a sense of humour ? :p:)

That was 2 hours of chanting BTW supposed to be 2 minutes, lol
#10
suze
LOL.........you make me laugh!!! :giggle::giggle:


I'll have to just hope that's a compliment, anything else would be just too painful to this old man.

Thanks !! :thumbsup: :-D
#11
lumoruk
but right now I've got a 800watt heater in the attic trying to dry out the ceiling after I knocked a pipe off the boiler and water has gone everywhere! my own house i'll add so no insurance claim, unless the ceiling falls through in which I'll just repair myself.

You knocked a pipe off the boiler - you must tell us more, man of iron!:)
Hope the ceiling doesn't fall in.
#12
[SIZE="2"]Hope you're going to make this a daily thread now Suze and kelly.o.[/SIZE] (can I call you by your name like Suze does?)
[SIZE="2"]There's a lot of misery in quite a few threads - could do with a bit of balancing!![/SIZE]

hottoshop
There's a third line isn't there ?
"Women: Without her, man is nothing but happy and content." :p



I was thinking - [SIZE="2"]Woman, without her man, is shopping[/SIZE]
#13
suze
Ok, no prob, will do

Good, will look forwards to that - new thread every day or this one? Will subscribe to this if it's the latter!
#14
suze
keep to this one I think :thumbsup:

:thumbsup:
1 Like #15
hottoshop
Always amused me that the Womans Liberation Front used to chant Happiness for at least 2 minutes daily getting slower and slower to gain total fulfilment.

My mum used to say it worked, have you tried it ??


:lol::lol::lol: I got there in the end!! That's funny. If you have a stammer it's even funnier (no offence or disrespect to stammerers intended) - Ha ha ha ha!! piness :giggle::giggle:
#16
chesso
[SIZE="2"]Hope you're going to make this a daily thread now Suze and kelly.o.[/SIZE] (can I call you by your name like Suze does?)
[SIZE="2"]There's a lot of misery in quite a few threads - could do with a bit of balancing!![/SIZE]




I was thinking - [SIZE="2"]Woman, without her man, is shopping[/SIZE]


Feel free :)

The calendar we got this year wasnt as good as last year, most are quite boring! Last years was better, and we have a similar book, so will post some from that!
#17
Save a Child. Push Down and Turn.
To Open: Close Tightly

^On a Medicine Bottle^
#18
suze

People may doubt what you say, but they will always believe what you do

Yes, that's the reason why you get so many misunderstandings on here and, of course, in real life! You might not be convinced by someone just 'saying sorry' but if they give you a big hug you can feel whether they mean it or not!:)

kelly_o_fanatic
Save a Child. Push Down and Turn.
To Open: Close Tightly

^On a Medicine Bottle^

That's clear then. hahaha:)
#19
http://i261.photobucket.com/albums/ii78/chesso_photos/WelshGull.jpg
My contribution.
#20
chesso
http://i261.photobucket.com/albums/ii78/chesso_photos/WelshGull.jpg
My contribution.


Very good!!!! :giggle::giggle:

Can I ask though - what distinguishes it as a "welsh gull"?!?!?! :thinking:
#21
suze
Can I ask though - what distinguishes it as a "welsh gull"?!?!?! :thinking:

Good question. It was lurking around in Swansea and squawking in a sing song way, I think.:)
#22
My contribution.
It is wise not to argue with an idiot, others may not be able to tell the difference.
#23
taasda
My contribution.
It is wise not to argue with an idiot, others may not be able to tell the difference.

:lol:
Is that Confucius or from the preface to 'Who's Who'?
#24
chesso
Good question. It was lurking around in Swansea and squawking in a sing song way, I think.:)


Ah that'll be why then!!!! ;-)
#25
And todays is-

Opportunity may knock only once, but temptation leans on the doorbell. :thumbsup:
#26
I have a Confucious saying.............

Man who mows grass must not look forlorn.
#27
hottoshop
I have a Confucious saying.............

Man who mows grass must not look forlorn.


Awww..........thats bad.........hang your head in shame hottoshop! ;-)
#28
I'm hung
#29
hottoshop
I'm hung


and so you should be for that!!! :p
#30
hehehe

at least I didn't use the word "well"
#31
hottoshop
hehehe

at least I didn't use the word "well"


Now, will you just behave! Go and sit on the naughty stair!!! :roll:
#32
lol OK mum.
Any case you're right , it's way too early for that sort of innuendo.

Gonna go take my tablets and shout at Jeremy Kyle lol :)
#33
hottoshop
lol OK mum.
Any case you're right , it's way too early for that sort of innuendo.

Gonna go take my tablets and shout at Jeremy Kyle lol :)



That's better :-D
#34
Today's offering. (must be an Anne Summers calendar)

Don’t worry; it only seems kinky the first time :oops:





hottoshop started it.
#35
taasda
Today's offering. (must be an Anne Summers calendar)

Don’t worry; it only seems kinky the first time :oops:





hottoshop started it.


OMG :w00t:

You and hottoshop - innuendo's!! :roll:

What a pair, think you'd best go and join him on the naughty stair!........Yes, NOW!!!! :-D
#36
suze
And todays is-

Opportunity may knock only once, but temptation leans on the doorbell. :thumbsup:

It would seem that both opportunity and temptation are having a bit of a field day.:-D
#37
hottoshop
I have a Confucious saying.............

Man who mows grass must not look forlorn.


I've never heard such a bad misquote. :-D
I'm sure it's Man who mows grass must always look for lawn.
I hope that suze's behaviour modification techniques have had the desired effect.:):whistling:
#38
taasda
Today's offering. (must be an Anne Summers calendar)

Don’t worry; it only seems kinky the first time :oops:
hottoshop started it.

As for you taasda - I have no idea what an Ann Summers calendar might be; is a companion to the BBC's 'Wildlife through the year'? :-D
#39
http://i261.photobucket.com/albums/ii78/chesso_photos/sharpedges_125x124.jpg
#40
Righto heres todays-

When a thing is done, advice comes too late.




I hope hottoshop and taasda have learnt their lessons from yesterdays punishment! :whistling:

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