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Post by Blonde » Fri Sep 02, 2011 2:09 pm

skhmmxi wrote:
Evan wrote:Look forward to having you local, young man. How do you feel about babysitting? hahahahaha...
I'm an engineer, I can figure anything out with a short amount of time and the right documentation. Which model of baby is it that you have? Do you still have the manual?
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Post by Leilalei » Fri Sep 02, 2011 8:15 pm

skhmmxi wrote:
Evan wrote:Look forward to having you local, young man. How do you feel about babysitting? hahahahaha...
I'm an engineer, I can figure anything out with a short amount of time and the right documentation. Which model of baby is it that you have? Do you still have the manual?

Im butting in,
I have a moody 9 yr old male model, if you find the instructions to it let me know :D
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Post by Pete » Mon Sep 05, 2011 3:16 pm

Just got lunch reservations for Noma confirmed in December. Can't wait.

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Post by Evan » Mon Sep 05, 2011 3:18 pm

In Copenhagen?
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Post by Pete » Mon Sep 05, 2011 3:19 pm

Yep, original plan was to fly there and back in the day but decided to stay Thurs - Sun as never been before and looks great. Also, flying twice in a day takes it out of me mentally.

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Post by Evan » Mon Sep 05, 2011 3:20 pm

Fair enough. Seems an awfully long way just for lunch, so probably best to stay.
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Post by cvarley » Mon Sep 05, 2011 3:21 pm

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Post by Pete » Mon Sep 05, 2011 3:34 pm

It's only just over an hour flight I think... I may have just made that up though. But either way, looks like a cool city, so definitely keen to extend stay a bit, means missing the work Christmas freebie though which is a little annoying.

Girlfriend gift - back many moons ago when I was just setting out dating a girl she had her 21st birthday. The tactic I used was to wait until the day before her birthday, get really drunk, gamble a chunk of cash in an emotional hedge against England. If I lost, she got no gift, I lost money, but England were through to the semi final of a major tournament for the first time since 1996. If I won, I got her a nice gift, made a lot of money and England losing didn't upset me so much.

Safe to say, Rooney got a red card, I won a lot more than I put down, was able to get the girl a lovely gift and we should be married in the next year or two. So, my advice on the key to a happy relationship is get horrendously drunk the day before her birthday, take her to watch sports with all your mates and gamble more money than you can afford using credit cards behind her back.

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Post by Evan » Mon Sep 05, 2011 3:50 pm

Pete wrote:It's only just over an hour flight I think... I may have just made that up though. But either way, looks like a cool city, so definitely keen to extend stay a bit, means missing the work Christmas freebie though which is a little annoying.

Girlfriend gift - back many moons ago when I was just setting out dating a girl she had her 21st birthday. The tactic I used was to wait until the day before her birthday, get really drunk, gamble a chunk of cash in an emotional hedge against England. If I lost, she got no gift, I lost money, but England were through to the semi final of a major tournament for the first time since 1996. If I won, I got her a nice gift, made a lot of money and England losing didn't upset me so much.

Safe to say, Rooney got a red card, I won a lot more than I put down, was able to get the girl a lovely gift and we should be married in the next year or two. So, my advice on the key to a happy relationship is get horrendously drunk the day before her birthday, take her to watch sports with all your mates and gamble more money than you can afford using credit cards behind her back.
I will skip that advice thanks
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Post by Pete » Mon Sep 05, 2011 3:51 pm

it wasn't for you, you're married!

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Post by Evan » Mon Sep 05, 2011 3:55 pm

Pete wrote:it wasn't for you, you're married!
Maybe so, but you still have to work at it.
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Post by Pete » Mon Sep 05, 2011 4:04 pm

Evan wrote:
Pete wrote:it wasn't for you, you're married!
Maybe so, but you still have to work at it.
You do. I was hoping that there would be less of an earnest assessment of something that i felt was fairly certain would be taken tongue in cheek, as it was intended. I've been away too long it seems.

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Post by Evan » Mon Sep 05, 2011 4:10 pm

Pete wrote:
Evan wrote:
Pete wrote:it wasn't for you, you're married!
Maybe so, but you still have to work at it.
You do. I was hoping that there would be less of an earnest assessment of something that i felt was fairly certain would be taken tongue in cheek, as it was intended. I've been away too long it seems.
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Post by Kirsty » Mon Sep 05, 2011 6:22 pm

Passed my driving test today, yay.

First week at new job went well, hope the next one goes well too. Good prospects :)

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Post by nellied » Thu Sep 08, 2011 8:24 pm

Just when you think someone can't be anymore of an ass, they are. It's brilliant.

I really, really need to get away from everything. I'm so glad we've got the Ireland road trip next week or i think i'm about to be certified as totally lost it
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