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I have no idea what that means :)


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It was Bongo, I made him a cup of tea this afternoon using the milk that LM bought two months ago. He returned the tea and milk to the cup in shortly after swallowing it.

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Right so you guys are local to each other then ?


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Some of us are, but others are in hospitals and prisons all over England. We even have a poor unfortunate soul who believes he lives in New Zealand. He really lives in secure accommodation in Stoke Holy Cross.

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O K fair enough. Well i guess i am outta the loop living so far from Norfolk. I did work in Ipswich a while ago is that similar?


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I'm local when i'm at home.

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O K fair enough. Well i guess i am outta the loop living so far from Norfolk. I did work in Ipswich a while ago is that similar?


No, we still have prostitutes.

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Funny u shoudl mention that i lived about three doors away from Steve Wright when i lived there. Frightening no one had a clue


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Funny u shoudl mention that i lived about three doors away from Steve Wright when i lived there. Frightening no one had a clue


I'm more of a Terry Wogan man myself.

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Ipswich is in Suffick, a den of degeneracy where the local populace navigate using the sites where murder victims were discovered. It is a bit like Essex in that respect.

I went to Somerset once, I was sick in the horse pond in Castle Cary.

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I too have lost my lunch in said horse pond. Cary is about 10 miles from me. To be fair no better place to throw up


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I too have lost my lunch in said horse pond. Cary is about 10 miles from me. To be fair no better place to throw up


Heavens. I have frequented the Sparkford Inn too, although not for many years.

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Funny u shoudl mention that i lived about three doors away from Steve Wright when i lived there. Frightening no one had a clue


I'm more of a Terry Wogan man myself.


Ughhh! How could you?

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letter from Dairy Crest today

1.75 pence/litre cut from Feb

[email protected]@rds they're all following like sheep

don't want to look at itv comments that'll make me feel worse

that's 10 grand a year to us


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rogerm wrote:
letter from Dairy Crest today

1.75 pence/litre cut from Feb

[email protected]@rds they're all following like sheep

don't want to look at itv comments that'll make me feel worse

that's 10 grand a year to us

That's hard,its the same thing, they tell us what they are buying and how much they will pay.
Do they give a reason for the cut?


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