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By claradooblue
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she classed herself as it didn't she. I think most mums view themselves to be "unfit" for mothering occasionally.
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By Yudster
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If you met my 18 year old thats definitely the category you would put me into! The others are still ok. For now.
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By DemonHorse
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nicola_red wrote:
Topher wrote:
nicola_red wrote:My housemate gets paid today too and from next month he's got a hoofing rise - now earning almost three times as much as me. let the good times begin! :D

That is a hell of a rise! Promotion?


Kind of. He works in IT in the city council and he's been taken on for 'disaster recovery' of their entire server system, which involves being on call 24hrs some of the time. Amazingly (I thought), he negotiated an impressive rise for the job. I'm expecting something shiny :D


ahh the type of job I want to go into eventually and the reason why in 1 post. :)
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By MK Chris
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Well, I say that is a hell of a rise - that's because I misread nicola_red's post; I thought she said 'he's got a hoofing rise - now earning almost three times as much as he was' for some reason. Seeing as I don't know how much he was on and how much you're on I can't really say whether it's a hell of a rise or not, but it sounds like it probably was.
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By Nicola_Red
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Topher wrote:Well, I say that is a hell of a rise - that's because I misread nicola_red's post; I thought she said 'he's got a hoofing rise - now earning almost three times as much as he was' for some reason. Seeing as I don't know how much he was on and how much you're on I can't really say whether it's a hell of a rise or not, but it sounds like it probably was.


Thought you might have. Basically, I earn about 12 grand (pay in the arts is notoriously poor) so that should give you an idea of his new salary. :)
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By MK Chris
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I wasn't asking how much you earn, by the way! But yeah, that's not bad; in fact you wanna watch he doesn't start looking for his own mortgage, you could lose a housemate.
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By Nicola_Red
#291809
I know, he could afford it. But I don't think he has any desire to grow up yet! I certainly don't.
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By DemonHorse
#291822
I need a hoofing pay rise, it would only be apt.
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By foot-loose
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I need a hoofing.






I dont even know what that means, but it sounds good!
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By DemonHorse
#291827
foot-loose wrote:I need a hoofing.






I dont even know what that means, but it sounds good!


the Equine version of a good kicking?
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By Gaspode_The_Wonder_Dog
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I just got Sky Movies for £3 for 3 months.
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By S4B
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claradooblue wrote:i still can't imagine myself as a mum and i've been one for nearly six years now. What's a "mum" supposed to be like?


I've been one for nearly 11 and I haven't got a clue if you find out let me know.

All of you are making me smile today so thanks :D
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By Walter Sobchak
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S4B wrote:
claradooblue wrote:i still can't imagine myself as a mum and i've been one for nearly six years now. What's a "mum" supposed to be like?


I've been one for nearly 11 and I haven't got a clue if you find out let me know.

All of you are making me smile today so thanks :D


I loved being a Dad, then they grow up and leave home, that bits not so good. :(

Enjoy your time with your kids as much as possible, which means sometimes you just have to act like a kid too :wink:
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By Walter Sobchak
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What made me smile today is when I was called to the admin office, no idea what for, when I got there 3 leavers were there, waiting for me to sign their books/shirt, when one said "thanks for everything..." I got quite choked.
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By Vivienne
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What's made me smile today = chappers & dave being on the radio this morning - haphazard, hapless and utterly brilliant as usual !!
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By Gaspode_The_Wonder_Dog
#291945
Reminds me of the saturday shows... I miss the saturday shows.
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By foot-loose
#291947
Ive just watched the eviction from last night - the state of that shambam made me laugh.

Poor lass. Shamone.
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By Vivienne
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That eviction was a great laugh last night! Moyles is bound to go on about it on Monday for ages.
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By DemonHorse
#291976
Yeah I almost felt sorry for whatserface who got evicted last night, she tried VERY hard to win the audience over.
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By foot-loose
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DemonHorse wrote:Yeah I almost felt sorry for whatserface who got evicted last night, she tried VERY hard to win the audience over.

I used to feel sorry for them when the crowd started booing, but they know what they are in for these days. As Davina says - its all panto. The performance of that lass last night was comedy. The crowd wern't really up for it.

I'm not sure if its been posted before or not, no doubt has, but she is obviously used to failing in front of a crowd...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fiuAg9NZeg4
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By S4B
#292011
Walter Sobchak wrote:
S4B wrote:
claradooblue wrote:i still can't imagine myself as a mum and i've been one for nearly six years now. What's a "mum" supposed to be like?


I've been one for nearly 11 and I haven't got a clue if you find out let me know.

All of you are making me smile today so thanks :D


I loved being a Dad, then they grow up and leave home, that bits not so good. :(

Enjoy your time with your kids as much as possible, which means sometimes you just have to act like a kid too :wink:


Oh I act as a kid most days, which is why I'd rather not have the responsibility to be honest. Love my boys just hate being a mum cos i think I'm really bad at it.
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By DemonHorse
#292013
Lewis Hamilton winning again in Indy, and going 10pts head of the bitter reigning champ, thats made me smile. That's pretty good but he was only really challenged for that lead once... and people say that's boring when non-brit drivers do it like that.
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By S4B
#292016
Making me smile too Horse
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By Gaspode_The_Wonder_Dog
#292022
DemonHorse wrote:Lewis Hamilton winning again in Indy, and going 10pts head of the bitter reigning champ, thats made me smile. That's pretty good but he was only really challenged for that lead once... and people say that's boring when non-brit drivers do it like that.


There was a fair bit of action further down the pack though. at least there was some competition in this one.

I would like to hear all of Alonso's radio talk though....
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By DemonHorse
#292025
Yeah further back a whole lotta action. Has been like that all the time I've been watching F1 though IMO.
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