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Very O/T - out of the darkness cometh light
IDLETIMES (IP Logged)
15 December, 2017 13:54
Just to set the scene, Mrs Idle was going to see her mother on Sun. so she will need the car. That meant that I would have to come to the match via the train. Yesterday she said that her arm was aching, didn't know why, perhaps she had slept on it or somesuch. Later on her(twin) sister rang to say that she had fallen over and broken her arm, amazing in itself but that meant that she couldn't drive over today to see her mother but if Mrs Idle could go today her sister could get her husband to drive her over on Sun. That means I can now have the car on Sun.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 15/12/2017 14:56 by Tiggs.

 
Re: out of the darkness cometh light
Stopsy (IP Logged)
15 December, 2017 13:59
Can we have a "Planet Idle" forum for all your personal blogging on here?.

 
Re: out of the darkness cometh light
Yorkie (IP Logged)
15 December, 2017 14:09
OT?



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Re: out of the darkness cometh light
IDLETIMES (IP Logged)
15 December, 2017 14:09
And I forgot mention that it will enable me to get back home in time to watch the 'Agatha Christie' on Channel 5

 
Re: out of the darkness cometh light
Yorkie (IP Logged)
15 December, 2017 14:11
Quote:
IDLETIMES
And I forgot mention that it will enable me to get back home in time to watch the 'Agatha Christie' on Channel 5

And why would I want/need to know that?



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Re: out of the darkness cometh light
15 December, 2017 14:19
As the electrician down my local once said when arguing about the fuse box and how to repair it

'I Disapprove of What You Say, But I Will Defend to the Death Your Right to Say It'

zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz snore.

 
Re: out of the darkness cometh light
Tom Paine (IP Logged)
15 December, 2017 15:15
At our advanced age, Idle, I would suggest that it's in everyone's best interests if you take the train. I know the Sunday service is diabolical, but at least you can enjoy a pint (or three) before and after we lose and we will all rest easier in our beds knowing that you have reached home safely. And with a Senior Rail Card, it's probably cheaper. It's also much more sociable. I'm always delighted to make the acquaintance of the young ladies and gentleman who frequent the Pacer from Sheffield to Leeds in the evening. They're not at all shy of sharing their strong opinions and emotions with fellow travellers in the colourful patois of Southern Yorkshire.


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