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my 5 metre swimming badge was the pinnacle & it's been all downhill from there Read More
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10m, 1w agoPosted 10 months, 1 week ago
my 5 metre swimming badge was the pinnacle & it's been all downhill from there
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Error440
I got my name in the credits of a few games, (8 maybe more).

And in operating systems and programs? I'm always seeing Error messages.
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Mark2111
The enduring love of a good woman.

https://farm4.staticflickr.com/3778/8974647397_023ac69dc8_o.gif
don't come on my threads with your romantic nonsense :p
http://i0.kym-cdn.com/photos/images/original/000/058/947/752_vladimir-putin-gtfo.gif
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The mechanic I worked with in a garage quite a few years ago had an epileptic fit and ran onto the road and not one his workmates went to help him. I just ran out the office to help him get off the road and held him until the manager arrived. I was only 17 and I'd never seen anyone have an epileptic fit before :| Pleased he recovered, but nobody was aware that he suffered from these fits at the time.

Edited By: summerof76 on Aug 19, 2016 15:34
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I would say getting published in Readers Digest.. got £75 and was on top of the world for a while.

One thing that I have done is save a young child from being run over. Few years ago, was shopping and
saw a child separated from his mother. He was 4 or 5 and was in the middle of the road. Saw a bus coming,
and just like the movies, ran quickly saved him from being hit. Got lots of thank you from the mother later and the crowd but its only when I reached home, it hit me what I had done.
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14th in the world at shockwave Tetris, 1999.

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4 Likes #1
Either my cycling proficiency badge (97%) or becoming a member of the Tufty Club, not sure which I'm most proud of, it's such a close call can I choose them both?

Edited By: Dyslexic_Dog on Aug 19, 2016 08:47: Poxy predictive text
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I got 10 out of 10 on ratemypoo.com once
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I got my name in the credits of a few games, (8 maybe more).
17 Likes #4
Error440
I got my name in the credits of a few games, (8 maybe more).

And in operating systems and programs? I'm always seeing Error messages.
3 Likes #5
Completed my law degree
8 Likes #6
I would say getting published in Readers Digest.. got £75 and was on top of the world for a while.

One thing that I have done is save a young child from being run over. Few years ago, was shopping and
saw a child separated from his mother. He was 4 or 5 and was in the middle of the road. Saw a bus coming,
and just like the movies, ran quickly saved him from being hit. Got lots of thank you from the mother later and the crowd but its only when I reached home, it hit me what I had done.
#7
i have achieved so many things that are outstanding, really not bragging here but honestly quoting facts. however, despite all my achievements, i still fill unfulfilled and think that i still haven't done enough.

it could be that i am a striver to achieve that i never get there as i am always looking for the next challenge. i am learning to slowly stop the hard slog and enjoy myself and just not achieve anything, just mindless nothing.

i think it is always good though to aim for something and to achieve something as it gives you purpose and confidence when you do get it. :)
5 Likes #8
Downhill swimming? Impressive :D
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14th in the world at shockwave Tetris, 1999.
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I passed RAF bursary competition selection weekend when I was 17.

Started with 120 and less than 20 left at the end.
Didn't get chosen but still proud as I was the youngest there at the time.

Also saved my brother's life when he got swept away on a lilo in Lanzarote - mum and dad froze but I swam out to him approx. 200m offshore after he ditched the lilo (which was blowing him out to sea with the breeze) and towed him back to the beach. I was about 10-11 and my brother was 5-6
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First prize Bobby Charlton Soccer school :), Very inspirational man too, Proper gentleman :).

Just to add, I was/still am crap at football, I've got 3 left feet but according to Sir Bobby Charlton I was the most improved of the day.!

Edited By: shauneco on Aug 19, 2016 13:35
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shauneco
First prize Bobby Charlton Soccer school :), Very inspirational man too, Proper gentleman :).

i saw him once in the airport lounge at city airport when i was flying to glasgow. i didn't go and ask for his autograph but always thought he looked like a really nice guy.
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mutley1
shauneco
First prize Bobby Charlton Soccer school :), Very inspirational man too, Proper gentleman :).
i saw him once in the airport lounge at city airport when i was flying to glasgow. i didn't go and ask for his autograph but always thought he looked like a really nice guy.

He is, I'll never forget, One of the many reasons I support United.!, A true gentleman.!
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The enduring love of a good woman.
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Mark2111
The enduring love of a good woman.
Don't tell your wife ;)
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Mark2111
The enduring love of a good woman.

https://farm4.staticflickr.com/3778/8974647397_023ac69dc8_o.gif
don't come on my threads with your romantic nonsense :p
http://i0.kym-cdn.com/photos/images/original/000/058/947/752_vladimir-putin-gtfo.gif
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shauneco
First prize Bobby Charlton Soccer school :)Very inspirational man too, Proper gentleman:)

Well, yeah.. you're ayt, but there's nowt like blowing your own trumpet :|
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The mechanic I worked with in a garage quite a few years ago had an epileptic fit and ran onto the road and not one his workmates went to help him. I just ran out the office to help him get off the road and held him until the manager arrived. I was only 17 and I'd never seen anyone have an epileptic fit before :| Pleased he recovered, but nobody was aware that he suffered from these fits at the time.

Edited By: summerof76 on Aug 19, 2016 15:34
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summerof76
The mechanic I worked with in a garage quite a few years ago had an epileptic fit and ran onto the road and not one his workmates went to help him. I just ran out the office to help him get off the road and held him until the manager arrived. I was only 17 and I'd never seen anyone have an epileptic fit before :| Pleased he recovered, but nobody was aware that he suffered from these fits at the time.

Good on you <3 Really frightening thing to see, especially if you don't know what is happening.
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moneysavingkitten
summerof76
The mechanic I worked with in a garage quite a few years ago had an epileptic fit and ran onto the road and not one his workmates went to help him. I just ran out the office to help him get off the road and held him until the manager arrived. I was only 17 and I'd never seen anyone have an epileptic fit before :| Pleased he recovered, but nobody was aware that he suffered from these fits at the time.
Good on you <3 Really frightening thing to see, especially if you don't know what is happening.
It was scary, but it was a busy road and and he would have been hit without help :|
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Over 51,000 likes on HUKD oO
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sickly sweet
Over 51,000 likes on HUKD oO

make that 51,001 :3
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mutley1
sickly sweet
Over 51,000 likes on HUKD oO
make that 51,001 :3


Awww <3
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Never missed the 10 minute free preview on the boob channel in 6 months!
1 Like #25
Graham1979
Never missed the 10 minute free preview on the boob channel in 6 months!

did you say boob? i am interested now. X)
4 Likes #26
deeky
shauneco
First prize Bobby Charlton Soccer school :)Very inspirational man too, Proper gentleman:)
Well, yeah.. you're ayt, but there's nowt like blowing your own trumpet :|
Now thats a skill but i think it helps if you are double jointed

Edited By: archer1204 on Aug 19, 2016 16:33
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Managed to survive a relationship with a bunny boiler relatively unscathed.
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summerof76
moneysavingkitten
summerof76
The mechanic I worked with in a garage quite a few years ago had an epileptic fit and ran onto the road and not one his workmates went to help him. I just ran out the office to help him get off the road and held him until the manager arrived. I was only 17 and I'd never seen anyone have an epileptic fit before :| Pleased he recovered, but nobody was aware that he suffered from these fits at the time.
Good on you <3 Really frightening thing to see, especially if you don't know what is happening.
It was scary, but it was a busy road and and he would have been hit without help :|

my dad suffers from epilepsy and when i was a kid, it used to scare me **** when he went into a fit as it is really bad when in full swing. he doesn't have these big fits any more thank god as the medication keeps them under control.

horrible illness to suffer from as you can end up having a fit any where, in the middle of the street where there is busy traffic. my dad has had a few episodes whilst walking on the roads but luckily not been hit by traffic.
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DKLS
Managed to survive a relationship with a bunny boiler relatively unscathed.

Had to read that twice. I thought that it said relative... oO

X)
3 Likes #30
deeky
shauneco
First prize Bobby Charlton Soccer school :)Very inspirational man too, Proper gentleman:)
Well, yeah.. you're ayt, but there's nowt like blowing your own trumpet :|

I'm not one to brag ;).
2 Likes #31
RossD89
DKLS
Managed to survive a relationship with a bunny boiler relatively unscathed.
Had to read that twice. I thought that it said relative... oOX)
I missed the "a" oO
2 Likes #32
moneysavingkitten
summerof76
The mechanic I worked with in a garage quite a few years ago had an epileptic fit and ran onto the road and not one his workmates went to help him. I just ran out the office to help him get off the road and held him until the manager arrived. I was only 17 and I'd never seen anyone have an epileptic fit before :| Pleased he recovered, but nobody was aware that he suffered from these fits at the time.
Good on you <3 Really frightening thing to see, especially if you don't know what is happening.

summerof76
moneysavingkitten
summerof76
The mechanic I worked with in a garage quite a few years ago had an epileptic fit and ran onto the road and not one his workmates went to help him. I just ran out the office to help him get off the road and held him until the manager arrived. I was only 17 and I'd never seen anyone have an epileptic fit before :| Pleased he recovered, but nobody was aware that he suffered from these fits at the time.
Good on you <3 Really frightening thing to see, especially if you don't know what is happening.
It was scary, but it was a busy road and and he would have been hit without help :|
Happened to me once sorry to say I freaked out a bit and dialed 999
3 Likes #33
summerof76
The mechanic I worked with in a garage quite a few years ago had an epileptic fit and ran onto the road and not one his workmates went to help him. I just ran out the office to help him get off the road and held him until the manager arrived. I was only 17 and I'd never seen anyone have an epileptic fit before :| Pleased he recovered, but nobody was aware that he suffered from these fits at the time.

My hero <3
3 Likes #34
thewongwing101
moneysavingkitten
summerof76
The mechanic I worked with in a garage quite a few years ago had an epileptic fit and ran onto the road and not one his workmates went to help him. I just ran out the office to help him get off the road and held him until the manager arrived. I was only 17 and I'd never seen anyone have an epileptic fit before :| Pleased he recovered, but nobody was aware that he suffered from these fits at the time.
Good on you <3 Really frightening thing to see, especially if you don't know what is happening.
summerof76
moneysavingkitten
summerof76
The mechanic I worked with in a garage quite a few years ago had an epileptic fit and ran onto the road and not one his workmates went to help him. I just ran out the office to help him get off the road and held him until the manager arrived. I was only 17 and I'd never seen anyone have an epileptic fit before :| Pleased he recovered, but nobody was aware that he suffered from these fits at the time.
Good on you <3 Really frightening thing to see, especially if you don't know what is happening.
It was scary, but it was a busy road and and he would have been hit without help :|
Happened to me once sorry to say I freaked out a bit and dialed 999

Dialing 999 is doing something good <3
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Error440
I got my name in the credits of a few games, (8 maybe more).

What for? Play testing or something?
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Deeky, you should be bragging about your "VIP", Surely that can go down as an achievement :).!
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shauneco
Deeky, you should be bragging about your "VIP", Surely that can go down as an achievement :).!
Not really. It was something I didn't really want :p
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deeky
shauneco
Deeky, you should be bragging about your "VIP", Surely that can go down as an achievement :).!
Not really. It was something I didn't really want :p

I'd happily take it off your hands :).
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moneysavingkitten
thewongwing101
moneysavingkitten
summerof76
The mechanic I worked with in a garage quite a few years ago had an epileptic fit and ran onto the road and not one his workmates went to help him. I just ran out the office to help him get off the road and held him until the manager arrived. I was only 17 and I'd never seen anyone have an epileptic fit before :| Pleased he recovered, but nobody was aware that he suffered from these fits at the time.
Good on you <3 Really frightening thing to see, especially if you don't know what is happening.
summerof76
moneysavingkitten
summerof76
The mechanic I worked with in a garage quite a few years ago had an epileptic fit and ran onto the road and not one his workmates went to help him. I just ran out the office to help him get off the road and held him until the manager arrived. I was only 17 and I'd never seen anyone have an epileptic fit before :| Pleased he recovered, but nobody was aware that he suffered from these fits at the time.
Good on you <3 Really frightening thing to see, especially if you don't know what is happening.
It was scary, but it was a busy road and and he would have been hit without help :|
Happened to me once sorry to say I freaked out a bit and dialed 999
Dialing 999 is doing something good <3
Yeah well thing is I knew the person was epileptic
2 Likes #40
thewongwing101
moneysavingkitten
thewongwing101
moneysavingkitten
summerof76
The mechanic I worked with in a garage quite a few years ago had an epileptic fit and ran onto the road and not one his workmates went to help him. I just ran out the office to help him get off the road and held him until the manager arrived. I was only 17 and I'd never seen anyone have an epileptic fit before :| Pleased he recovered, but nobody was aware that he suffered from these fits at the time.
Good on you <3 Really frightening thing to see, especially if you don't know what is happening.
summerof76
moneysavingkitten
summerof76
The mechanic I worked with in a garage quite a few years ago had an epileptic fit and ran onto the road and not one his workmates went to help him. I just ran out the office to help him get off the road and held him until the manager arrived. I was only 17 and I'd never seen anyone have an epileptic fit before :| Pleased he recovered, but nobody was aware that he suffered from these fits at the time.
Good on you <3 Really frightening thing to see, especially if you don't know what is happening.
It was scary, but it was a busy road and and he would have been hit without help :|
Happened to me once sorry to say I freaked out a bit and dialed 999
Dialing 999 is doing something good <3
Yeah well thing is I knew the person was epileptic

Better safe than sorry if you were panicking.

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