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    Weekend

    Yeah bwoi.

    What you doing?

    Seeing family and friends - fairly calm one.

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    Hopefully my cambelt tensioner will be delivered and i'll be able to complete the cambelt change on the car.


    Have to get in touch with the lad who poured the concrete pad for my new garage at some point as the surface has delaminated - not looking forward to that conversation.
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    I was going to be packing for my 2 weeks around Europe, but now I am spending saturday picking up a car for a mate, and then having a half day of advanced driving practise / "learning" then evening meal with Mum. Gonna be a long day

    Guess I'm packing Sunday then Leaving monday evening.
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    Today went to pick up the suits for the wedding to distribute them tomorrow, now in work till late before 2 weeks off work.

    Saturday - Stag do all I know is karting is involved.

    Sunday - Hopefully not feeling like death but other than that unsure.
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    Rest tomorrow
    Triathlon Sunday

    First one in open water, weirdly looking forward to it. My main goal is to not pass out when I go from water to land, as for whatever reason my legs are like jelly when I get out of the water in a wet suit.

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    Nothing much planned tomorrow. Lots of home jobs to do though.

    Apparently viewing a house on Sunday
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    Something motorbike related....I’m still on the Isle of Man with their many no speed limit roads.....and every other bugger seems to have gone home on the ferry.
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    Opticians on Saturday, fitting a new battery in the Boxster after it died last week,
    Sunday, Anne is swimming in the British open water championship, so another day of watching people in rubber....
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    Good luck Anne & Tim oh & Robert although it’s the car doing all the work for you

    Painting a freshly plastered ceiling, house admin & need to pop to Costco but rather not at the weekend.
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    Removing some fence panels and posts that have blown over, and starting to replace them.
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    Wedding anniversary tomorrow. Eighteen years. A child-free weekend and mostly supper at Sacre Coeurs followed by interpretive dance at Sadlers Wells. Matthew Bourne. Not everyone's cup of tea, but I'll be drunk enough to enjoy some of it
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    Is it naked dancing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave G View Post
    Is it naked dancing?
    Might as well be. Romeo and Juliett. We are in the front row. You can smell 'em.
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    Still enjoying Florida. Just back from Universal Islands of adventure and am in the villa pool. Managing to convert Alfie to the rollercoaster life. It's taken a good few days, but he is enjoying them now, which is great.

    Discovery cove for the day tomorrow. Good job it's booked for then as from there on in in not confident is anything due to the weather. State of emergency had been declared so had to stock up on food and water as likely we will be without power and under curfew. Should be exciting / boring.

    Old town Kissimmee tonight I think to watch the muscle car show again. I think the girls are going to come too this time.

    Oh and I need to buy some new Ray Bans. Bought a pair on Tuesday and dropped them off a rollercoaster at Busche gardens Wednesday. Fail !!!!!
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    Liking the pics on Insta. Looks like you’re having a great time

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uncle Benz View Post
    Might as well be. Romeo and Juliett. We are in the front row. You can smell 'em.
    Enjoy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uncle Benz View Post
    Wedding anniversary tomorrow. Eighteen years. A child-free weekend and mostly supper at Sacre Coeurs followed by interpretive dance at Sadlers Wells. Matthew Bourne. Not everyone's cup of tea, but I'll be drunk enough to enjoy some of it
    Mine too. 16 years.
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    In a bizarre twist of fate, I’m currently in Suffolk just settling down to bed after a skinful of most excellent red wine, in a well known celebrity’s house.

    Staying here all weekend. They have Alpacas. Enough said.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Cameron View Post
    Mine too. 16 years.
    Congratulations!
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    Probably the congratulations should be to Becky & Jude..
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    Quote Originally Posted by leavingeasy View Post
    In a bizarre twist of fate, I’m currently in Suffolk just settling down to bed after a skinful of most excellent red wine, in a well known celebrity’s house.

    Staying here all weekend. They have Alpacas. Enough said.
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    I’d like to say I enjoyed the closing night of Matthew Bourne’s Romeo and Juliet, but in truth I’m still reeling. The only word I could utter at the end of the first act was “Jesus”. A lot of blood, even more steamy sex and unclothedness. Chilling for the most part, set in a lunatic assylum. Quite a performance! *shiver*
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    On that subject who can remember way back years ago there was an interpretative dance vid posted on NL, with I seem to recall fella shirtless tooting a horn as he rolled across the stage on a skateboard.

    Caused much chuckles, have searched high & low for it to no avail.
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    Great weekend, welcomed the new member of the Jordanians as brothers new daughter became the first of our family to be born at the Nurburgring. Who'd have thought 16 years after that first Ring trip now have more reason to get over as much as possible.

    Also bought a cheap mk2 Fabia tdi as a daily driver and the 130i gets to live a 2nd car lifestyle as the LSD gets built up for fitting.

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    Had a lovely weekend.

    Today two dogs walks with all the kids and wifey.

    Cleared out the garage and binned loads of crap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Cameron View Post
    Mine too. 16 years.
    Send Jude our condolences.....
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    Spent the weekend at my sister’s celebrating my nephew’s 18th, niece’s 21st and BIL’s 50th.
    Drank four bottles of Jägermeister which, upon reflection, was a mistake........
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    Quote Originally Posted by stevem View Post
    Apparently viewing a house on Sunday
    The only stipulation I gave when house hunting was 'double garage'.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Floyd View Post
    The only stipulation I gave when house hunting was 'double garage'.
    unless triple available. n+1 remains in force.

    Didn't buy it anyway. Though it did have a double garage.
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