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Posted: 21 Jun 12 14:29

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A diary of one man's (Using the term lossely) utter failure, depression, frustration, cock-ups, and impecuniousness, starting in August 1947 Chapter 100: The Shopping Expedition Wed 20th 2012 Up at 0500hrs - Carbolicalised (ablutions), and medicated, followed by the usual hunt for my glasses and hearing aids. Put the laptop on to find out what day it is. Attend to shopping list: Rememb.....

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Posted: 21 Jun 12 14:30
Inchy - The Master Of Disaster!

5***** from me mate.

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Posted: 21 Jun 12 14:55
"Oh, Calamity!"

Could have been worse, Inchy. (Though God knows how...)

Great to have you back ol' boy!



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Posted: 21 Jun 12 15:16


Bubble wrap is in the post old pal..

Welcome back..


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Posted: 21 Jun 12 15:17
What The Enforcer just said.

89p Lidl Herrings in tomato sauce made me the man I am today.

5!!!

Just leave it. Let it go...IT'S OVER!
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Posted: 21 Jun 12 15:41
Welcome back mate. Nice to see you in a state good enough to write again. Nothing about the Queen,s visit?

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Posted: 21 Jun 12 16:41
Our Nottingham correspondent is back! Huzzah for that man!

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Posted: 21 Jun 12 17:43
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Posted: 22 Jun 12 00:47
5 all the way.

A triumphant return and no mistake.

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Posted: 22 Jun 12 04:28
Thanks everyone, cheered me up no end.

My mind seems to be going on vacation and meandering in its own direction at times... leaving me behind. And I've become an expert in falling asleep.

Ta for the bubble-wrap Colonel.

I took some terrible pathetic photo's of HRH Lynton, put them on me blog.

Going to try and restart the Nottingham news articles this week, but concentration is difficult, so please forgive any cock-ups I make on it.

Thanks again you grand Spoofers.

Inchy

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Posted: 22 Jun 12 11:50
Great to see you back old timer and despite recent events as comical as ever.

However the bad news is I've just been down to Lidl and they've only gone and put the tinned herrings in a creamy tomato sauce up to 90p!

Well I wasn't going to stand there and have my trousers pulled down by the bloody Krauts so I nipped in to Aldi and got a tin of mackerel in a spicy dill sauce instead.

Bastards! I didnt fight in two world wars.....etc!

Just leave it. Let it go...IT'S OVER!
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Posted: 22 Jun 12 20:01
Hi Clivey,

The swine at Aldi last week didn't give me the receipt at the check out.... sure enough, I was charged twice for me bog rolls. Takes the pleasure away from ablutions now!

Is this the start of WW3? These untermensch are like Greece lightning at fiddling us uneducated, decrepit folk! Greece/Grease) Ha ha!

A man of my calibre being conned again! I can't believe it.

Thanks mate, cheers.

Inchy

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