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    Jimbo, i wonder how long it will be before these ladies go out and start makeing patterns in the snow?
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    They (girls) use them all the time at Glastonbury festival so the must be ok!

    Practice a bit at home but I wonder what you do with the contents afterwards?

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    Jimbo, john
    I am in hysterics here thankyou

    ladies who are pregnant may be interested in this
    on another site i frequent I have just started a thread on old laws that havent been repealed
    and their is one importent law still in force that says pregnant women can pee anywhere
    mind you I dont advise testing this law out if police r close ,as im pretty sure they wont know about it
    Last edited by lin1; 16-04-2012 at 10:56 PM.
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    Will She or wont shewee
    We will have to wait and see


    Thanks folks for the

  5. #20
    Quote Originally Posted by beech mount View Post
    i wonder how long it will be before these ladies go out and start makeing patterns in the snow?
    John.
    Hopefully it won't be for a fair few months, unless Towcester has a very cold front approaching.
    Last edited by DeborahBlythe; 16-04-2012 at 11:18 PM.


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    Can I just remind everyone to keep it clean (and I mean that in both senses).
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    Quote Originally Posted by jenniferpa View Post
    Can I just remind everyone to keep it clean (and I mean that in both senses).
    Oops !!!!
    but we must admit that there was some (subtle) humour in the remonstration

    Whichever, Sarah I hope your day out is a success ( in more ways than one )
    and I am sorry for lowering the tone of your serious thread
    jimbo 111
    Ps by the way there is a He Wee
    j

  8. #23
    Quote Originally Posted by jimbo 111 View Post
    Oops !!!!
    Ps by the way there is a He Wee
    j
    Yes, it's called a bottle!! (a clean one)
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    fortunately there was a toilet on the coach!!!
    The person who can laugh at themselves will never cease to be amused

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    fortunately there was a toilet on the coach!!!
    Did you have a good day? Hope so. Hope Kings Lynn gave you loads of sunshine.

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    Had a lovely day feeling very tired now!

    Kings lynne was lovely and Oxburgh hall was a beautiful house

    I did have a few giddy moments but I didnt let them put me off!
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    Well done Sarah. Love the pic, such a beautiful place.

    Jan x
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    Is that a moat? I've always wanted a moat....
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    Smile Thank You Sarah for the Photo !

    Hi Sarah , Glad you had a enjoyable Day & thanks for the lovely Photo the Hall looks wonderful ! did you your Boat friend Maragret go with you ?

    Night , Night & hope you have a good week !

    Love Grove x x
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    Hi Sarah

    i am so pleased you managed to go on your bus (toilet included) trip! i was thinking about you earlier and was wondering if you were feeling well enough to go. The photo is wonderful.

    Lots of Love

    Linda xx
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