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Friday Fun 31.1.20


Here we go folks.

My wife asked me what I was doing on the computer.
"I'm looking for some cheap flights," I replied.
"Oh that's great love" she said, all excited "Have you found any? I'll help you look."
She usually isn't that interested in darts.

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After thirty-five years of marriage, Bernie is lying on his deathbed and with a tear in his eye he says "Annabel before I die I have to tell you something". She replies "Yes anything, what is it?" He starts, "The first year we were together, I caught pneumonia and almost died. You sat by my bed and nursed me back to health." To which the wife nods her head and he continues, "When I lost half my family in the terrible car crash, it was you by my side who kept me going. When our kids grew up and ran away from home, you sat with me and comforted me! And when I lost everything last year in the fire at the store, you were right by my side the whole time. Annabel You've been through everything with me." Bernie says, "and now Annabel, while Im laying on my deathbed, here you are by my side, you know what, youre a bloody jinx

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A cowboy appeared before St. Peter at the Pearly Gates.

'Have you ever done anything of particular merit?' St. Peter asked.

'Well, I can think of one thing,' the cowboy offered.

'On a trip to the Black Hills out in South Dakota, I came upon a gang of bikers who were threatening a young woman. I told them to leave her alone, but they wouldn't listen.
So, I approached the largest and most tattooed biker and smacked him in the face, kicked his bike over, ripped out his nose ring, and threw it on the ground. I yelled, 'Now, back off or I'll kick the hell out of all of you!'

St. Peter was impressed, 'When did this happen?'

'Couple of minutes ago.' he replied

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Chatted up a gypsy lass in the pub the other night, and she invited me back to her place to have a good time.. she wasn't kidding either!.

I went on the walzers, the dodgems, the ghost train, and even won a goldfish!

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An elderly man was stopped by the police around 2 a.m. and was asked where he was going at that time of night. The man replied, "I'm on my way to a lecture about alcohol abuse and the issues around staying out late." The officer then asked, "Really? Who's giving alecture at this time of night?" The man replied, "My wife."

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My wife went into a sex shop and asked for a vibrator.

The man said "Choose from our range on the wall."

She replied "I'll take the big red one."

The man laughed and said "Madam, that's the fire extinguisher."



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Blithering heck John, you were early this time! Especially amazing since it was just over 24 hours until the madness stops and I can see from elsewhere you are still charging round!

lol on the drunkard!

Happy long lie-ins for tomorrow everyone....although then its into VAT deadline silliness.

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Did it before I went to bed last night, as today is manic (just taking a breather)

Still got 4 to do, 2 long ens and 2 short ens so I can see it taking me up to the bewitching hour.

The good news is I did my own this morning



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Nice long lie in this morning. Can I go and get drunk now?

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Yes Caron you canbiggrin

I told one of my clients yesterday, who was apologising for causing me grief when following up a couple of queries, that I would be putting my feet up today and having a beer or three. Unfortunately I have to use the car this evening so I can't have a drink now until I get back. The vodka can stay chilled til thenbiggrin



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Casu wrote:

Nice long lie in this morning. Can I go and get drunk now?


Of course you can Caron, hopefully no hangover this morning if there is then just go back out and do it all again!

Thanks John for the laughs, I will try and add some as well from next week seeing as things would have hopefully calmed down a bit, mind you I was all complete by Thursday evening.



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11.25 pm Friday evening for me, mostly my fault because I should have started them earlier than I did, but also 2 days in Doncaster to catch up on a client's accounts and VAT didn't help. (Usually go 1 day a month but the only day I could go in Dec she wasn't working)

3 never got done, as they were late. One of them told me when he brought paperwork in not to worry if I coudn't do them in time, and the other was perfectly understanding when I told him, as I only got the paperwork last weekend. The other I was hoping to get done, as it was only approx 4 hours work, but time beat me.

Anyway, a couple of vodka and cokes last night and was sorely tempted to carry on but wanted to do some work this morning so didn't!!!!



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It must be holiday booking time!!!!!!

Looking at swim up room type places....... and dreaming right now.

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