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Re: 'NOT' talking Pet in real life.

Post by Tracy » Sun Jul 13, 2014 7:57 pm

He's at work at the minute pet. On early shift this week. And he's watchin Cup Final !!!
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Re: 'NOT' talking Pet in real life.

Post by Gibbo42 » Sun Jul 13, 2014 9:47 pm

Breaking Away wrote:
Gibbo42 wrote:If end another sentance with 'man' my mrs is going to flip!

Yet she doesn't mind being called pet ten times a day. Weird...
got to be better than 'boiler' surely? :-D
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Re: 'NOT' talking Pet in real life.

Post by Breaking Away » Mon Jul 14, 2014 6:12 am

Lou wrote:
Breaking Away wrote:
Gibbo42 wrote:If end another sentance with 'man' my mrs is going to flip!

Yet she doesn't mind being called pet ten times a day. Weird...
Hi breakin( by the way what's your real name!)
We would love to move to New Zealand, hubby is at British telecom (poor little busby)
Where do you live and what's it like
Hi Lou, I'm Alastair. I'm very pleased to make your acquaintance.

As we're venturing off subject, I'll start a topic to the Barley Mow..
See you in there for an apple juice.
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Re: 'NOT' talking Pet in real life.

Post by Hallwood » Mon Jul 14, 2014 9:17 am

There's someone asleep in the locker room at my work. I had to resist the temptation to inform him that this isn't a doss house, chuck.

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Post by Hallwood » Thu Jul 24, 2014 9:19 pm

At work tonight, my team leader came round to say that I was doing a good job. I wanted to say "please, don't thank me for doing my job", but I didn't.

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Post by Lou » Fri Jul 25, 2014 7:03 am

Walking home from school the other day with my little lad,(he's six, he's six)!!
He told me they had been learning about William Shakespeare and Macbeth .
He said " I played Banquo"
The temptation to say "the Banquo Kid" was almost too much to bear....
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Post by Musta bin Elbowed » Tue Jul 29, 2014 6:17 pm

A few days ago I told the lady in the flat next door that the guy who used to live there was coming round for his post. I said he's a really nice guy so can you let him in if I'm not around? Got back from work today and she said "Your mate called round today". Oh how I wanted to say "He's not my mate, I was simply saying..."

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Post by Hedley Irwin » Mon Aug 25, 2014 5:35 am

I posted in the talking Pet thread about my recent Spanish trip. But there was one Aufing opportunity that I just didn't have the heart to go for.

Poor Nora and I were on our way to the supermarket when we were approached by two elderly Scottish ladies looking a bit lost while walking up the hill from the beach. One asked if we spoke English, and I was so tempted to answer with "Tis my mother tongue my dear, spoke it all my life" in my best Bristolian accent, but thought it would be a little bit too much.
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Re: 'NOT' talking Pet in real life.

Post by Lou » Mon Aug 25, 2014 4:21 pm

Just been away for a weekend in caravan, family of Eric's were next door.
Was listening to the kids playing hide and seek, "ein, zwei drei, fier , funf......etc. etc....
The urge to shout out "Raus, Raus, schnell, schnell...........
For you tommy, the war is over..... Haha!
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Post by AWP Corsa Tim » Mon Sep 08, 2014 1:08 am

When doing location videos i have to stop myself adding 'like' on the end of sentences.. my geordie accent is bollocks anyway...
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Post by HerrPfister » Fri Jan 16, 2015 8:15 pm

Loading the van with a couple of colleagues at work today, one of them suggested we form a human chain. My eyes lit up, my heart raced, and my mouth went dry with anticipation ... But ... I couldn't remember the naffin' quote. I garbled something like "who would you be then?" but they were already talking aboot something else, and my moment had gone.

I was furious. :evil:
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Post by Tracy » Fri Jan 16, 2015 8:22 pm

HerrPfister wrote:Loading the van with a couple of colleagues at work today, one of them suggested we form a human chain. My eyes lit up, my heart raced, and my mouth went dry with anticipation ... But ... I couldn't remember the naffin' quote. I garbled something like "who would you be then?" but they were already talking aboot something else, and my moment had gone.

I was furious. :evil:
aahhh never mind Pfister. We've all been there son and your honesty means an aweful lot, it means an aweful lot ! It wont be long before you get another MMO.
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Re: 'NOT' talking Pet in real life.

Post by Hallwood » Sun Jan 18, 2015 6:05 pm

If some of my colleagues are chatting away and not doing any work, I really want to go over and say "Is this an official strike?"

But most of them are foreign workers, so they wouldn't get it.

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Re: 'NOT' talking Pet in real life.

Post by HerrPfister » Fri Feb 06, 2015 8:07 pm

Not 'talking Pet in real life', but acting it...

I was just at the supermarket, getting a few beers (& the bog roll) in. Paying at one of those self serve thingies, I had to wait for a gadget to come over & approve it. As he scanned his ID, then turned to look at me to verify I was over 25, I flashed my best 'Oz-going-through-passport-control-smile' at him!

It worked : I got the booze!!! :D :P>
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Re: 'NOT' talking Pet in real life.

Post by HerrPfister » Fri Feb 06, 2015 8:08 pm

Gadgie!!! Bloody auto-correct... :evil:
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