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chatonline
THE BOSS


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Posted - 10 March 2019 :  06:32:04 AM  Show Profile Send chatonline a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Happy Days

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Bob
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Posted - 10 March 2019 :  09:17:51 AM  Show Profile  Visit Bob's Homepage  Reply with Quote
HOorauy And Meeruy Chirtsmaas tpo yjo ttoo

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Fussy
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United Kingdom
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Posted - 10 March 2019 :  2:13:37 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Yabba Dabba Doo. Thanks Bob.
BTW, I replied to your previous few lines but I messed it up when posting it. I must have botched it up somehow,...all due to this perishing ForumCo. I mailed it to Larry by mistake.
See you soon pal.

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Pauline
Administrator & Miserable Old Fart !



United Kingdom
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Posted - 10 March 2019 :  4:04:40 PM  Show Profile  Visit Pauline's Homepage Send Pauline a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Hip, Hip, Hooray - We're back up today

I'm a bit under the weather today so I won't hang around too long, but seeing my website up and running again has cheered me up a lot, so we're celebrating with a fireworks display

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Larry Lamb
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Posted - 10 March 2019 :  5:10:04 PM  Show Profile  Visit Larry Lamb's Homepage Send Larry Lamb a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Wahey, yippee, hurrah, three rousing cheers and yabba-dabba-doo into the bargain, the site is finally working again

Had trouble getting online today kept getting a message that said 'Google chrome is not responding' then when I finally managed to get to the site I could'nt believe my eyes when I saw everything was back to normal, thought I must be hallucinating or I was still fast asleep in bed and dreaming it all I am SO pleased that it was'nt a dream and that we're really back to normal again, fingers crossed that nothing goes wrong again from now on.

Weather's been very mixed here this week, one moment the sun is shining, five minutes later it's pouring down, some days it's freezing cold, other days it's almost warm, it probably WOULD feel much warmer if it was'nt for the perishing wind, that never seems to stop blowing whatever sort of day it is, sometimes it feels as if it's trying to cut you in half.

Oh well, time for my duty visit to facebook now, have to keep up with my many fans on there -- Ha-ha It won't be a patch on being able to post on here again though, it's been bloody fantastic hearing from you lot again




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Larry Lamb
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Posted - 17 March 2019 :  4:33:32 PM  Show Profile  Visit Larry Lamb's Homepage Send Larry Lamb a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Great to have the site back again, but where are you this week Fussy

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Fussy
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United Kingdom
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Posted - 17 March 2019 :  7:21:57 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hi Larry. I did send you my chat this afternoon. Something must have gone wrong. I might have made a mistake in the posting of it. But I definitely did click 'post message' and it appeared to be OK.

Sorry if I made a bloomer of it. Have a look in the list of posted messages for March 17.

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Fussy
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United Kingdom
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Posted - 24 March 2019 :  1:02:45 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hi Larry. At last,...our chatting site is back to normal. It was all completed a week before last, but now it's OK, let's hope it stays like this. And it's good that Pauline has been able to connect to ForumCo after all the perishing trouble we had.
The weather here today started with brilliant sunshine, but it soon changed to a strong wind and light rain, but I think Easter is not far away.
Before I started dropping you these few lines I once again saw on TV the RSPCA ad about the ill treatment of animals. I try not to look at the damn thing, but it sickens me to be aware of the horrifick way these poor creatures have to suffer. I don't have to tell you what my punishment would be to these b****Y criminals.
Well, it's great to be able to chat again without all the perishing problems we had.
OK, let's get going then, go get the carrier bag. I'm not going to tell you what the goodies are this week,...it's secret from now on. Here goes,...,Fflip Fflop Fflap. Hope you caught the 6 items.
All our pals on here will now be able to read our little gossips. Bob and our other chatters will sneak in on our chats. . . .
Take care pal, see you next Sunday,...I hope!


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Fussy
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United Kingdom
6372 Posts

Posted - 31 March 2019 :  2:12:57 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hi Larry. Ooooooh! Glad we are back to normal on here. Didn't hear from you last Sunday, either you couldn't make it to your 'puter spot, or there was a posting error on here,...like I have experienced many times myself these past few months. Anyway, hope you and your family are all OK.
The weather here not too bad today, still a bit on the cold side but looks as if we are going to have an early Spring. Putting the clocks forward 1 hour last night certainly changed getting up this morning, my 'better half' called me with a shout...it's 10 o'clock,...shook me out of my socks. Ho! Ho! Ho!
Funny old world pal, nothing but storms like that recent one in Mozambique causing mayhem and loss of lives caused by nature turning things upside down. Then all the b****y killings by maniacs from the age of 12. And the damn Brexit arguments...enough to drive one 'up the 'b****y wall.
Well, at last we are able to get back to normal on here,...thank God for that. Go get your equipment bag. Here goes, the usual normal supply for you and the 'Special lot', blllwmp, ffflippp, ssslwmp. Hope you caught the lot.
Take care pal, hope the Rover keeps buzzing along.

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Larry Lamb
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Posted - 31 March 2019 :  4:53:43 PM  Show Profile  Visit Larry Lamb's Homepage Send Larry Lamb a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Afternoon Fussy sorry I missed last week, could'nt get the b****y motor to start and could'nt get it fixed till mid-week It's starting to cost me almost as much in repairs as it would to buy a new one, think I'm going to have to send it to the knackers yard one of these days

Weather's been pretty good here most of last week, felt quite Summery a lot of the time, but it's not so good again today, really chilly compared to last week and we haven't seen the sun all day. Somebody said they'd forecast snow again, do'nt know whether to believe that or not, but I would'nt be all that surprised, nothing about our strange British climate surprises me any more

Yea the world's in a mess is'nt it, although looking back through history I think maybe it's always been in a mess, we just did'nt hear so much about it in the old days. Now that we've got airplanes and television and the internet, news that used to take weeks, months or even years to reach us, travels around the world instantly so we hear about wars and disasters as soon as they happen, and seeing it all played out on our tv screens makes it much more real than hearing about it months after it happened. Seeing so many terrible things on the news and not being able to do anything about it gets very depressing, I sometimes think we were better in the old days when we were'nt so overwhelmed with it all

Better pay my respects to facebook now I suppose. Thankyou for this weeks treats - whatever they are Look after yourself m8, and barring any more tantrums from the motor I'll be back next Sunday


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Fussy
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United Kingdom
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Posted - 07 April 2019 :  2:16:03 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hi Larry. Missed you last Sunday, sorry you had trouble with your Rover starting it's antics. Hope you sorted out the problem. I've lost all thoughts of car costs now as I packed in driving a few years ago. How about this. I've still got the cost bill of a job done on my Mini Cooper back in 1968 here in Swansea. It's unbelievable. Here are the details: 2 Clamps...6 shillings. 1 Mounting...One shilling and 9 pence.
Fit new Exhaust System, and fit new Sump Guard...£3-12-6, Totall Bill £4-0-3. Goodness knows how much that little job would cost today.
Weather fairly good here today, lots of sunshine and a little bit warmer. Yes, as you said last Sunday, loads of problems throughout the whole world took place centuries ago but we were not made aware of them in those days. It' sickening to learn about the knife crime, especially knifeing by kids as young as 12. Anyway, hope you and your family are in the best of health. One thing we can be sure of, our Pauline is fully occupied with her two best friends, she really is trailing the countryside in various parts of Pemb's.
Right then, go get the bag. OK, here goes. Fflwmp, Bblotttch and Chhhoccci. The last one is Ferrero Rocher, hope you caught the lot.
Take care pal, hope the Rover behaves himself from now on.
See you next Sunday,...I hope.

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Larry Lamb
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Posted - 07 April 2019 :  5:37:28 PM  Show Profile  Visit Larry Lamb's Homepage Send Larry Lamb a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Hi Fussy, well I have had a flipping terrible time trying to log in here today, I do'nt know if the problem was with the site ir this computer, but it was driving me nuts, I thought I was never going to make it, I was just about ready to give up and go home, but I thought I'd give it one more try and lo and behold I finally managed to sign in. Just hope that this posts ok now and does'nt vanishninto thin air.

Blimey Fussy, only £4 o.3 for all that work on your car If only wecould get things done for those prices nowadays, you'd probably have to stick at least a couple of 00s on to the end these days. But I suppose even £4 was quite a lot back in 1968, wages back then were a heck of a lot less than today. I was'nt even born back then, but I know that my dad was'nt earning very much in the 1960s.

The weather's been very mixed here this past week, we've had freezing cold winds and torrential rain and one hight I think I heard thunder in the distance, I even saw snowon one of the mountans in the distance, but yesterday and today have been almost like Summer again, especially yesterday. I wnder what thiscoming week will bring us ? Probably a heatwave, a blizzard, a typhoon and a hurricane, maybe all on the same day, nothing would surprise me any more

Oh well, I'd better be signing off now, with all the trouble I had trying to log in I've already stayed a bit longer than usual, so if I do'nt head home soon the missis will be sending out a search party Thank you for all the goodies this week, stay well and unless we get flodded out or snowed in I'll be back next week

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Larry Lamb
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Posted - 07 April 2019 :  5:58:18 PM  Show Profile  Visit Larry Lamb's Homepage Send Larry Lamb a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Is that time right ? The clock here says it's later than that

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Fussy
Senior Member



United Kingdom
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Posted - 14 April 2019 :  1:59:11 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hi Larry. Hells Bells! It's hellish cold here today, it warned us on the news yesterday that it was likely to freeze a bit these next few days. So you also had a b****y problem signing in on here last Sunday. That doesn't surprise me a bit, things have been unbelievably odd on here, I often thought it was my weakness in knowing how to deal with odds and sods on here, but I wasn't always to be blamed because there were hellish faults on this site for several months.
Still a hell of a time in several parts of the UK, b****y knife killings and all sorts of terror here and there, distressing to hear about it all. There should be tougher sentences, and another mass number of police to do a 24 hour duty. And you know me Larry, I would dish out a hell of a punishment for those maniacs who ill treat the defenceless animal. The RSPCA advert on TV about the horrible sight of some animals sickens me, to look away from the damn thing.
Hope you've fixed the problem you had with the Land Rover.
Well, that's about it for today pal. Go get your bag, now things are back to normal I'll be able to tell you what's what. It's a Guinness Bbblwtch, 4 Teasers fflipflop, and a Ferrero Rocher...Bbbblooops. Hope you caught the lot.
Take care, hope you don't have more trouble with the good old Rover.
See you next Sunday.

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Larry Lamb
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Posted - 14 April 2019 :  5:19:38 PM  Show Profile  Visit Larry Lamb's Homepage Send Larry Lamb a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Afternoon Fussy Yea it's pretty damn cold here today as well, complete change from yesterday which was quite a nice day, not as warm as a couple of weeks ago, but sunny and dry. Still dry today (touch wood) but the sun's been keeping itself well hidden and there's a blooming cold wind

There does seem to be more knife crime around these days, not sure if that's because there is more of it going on or because we hear about it more because of increased communication nowadays, but I think it might help to cut down on all types of crime if there were more police out and about on the streets. Years ago you would see them out patrolling the streets on a regular basis and everybody knew who their local policemen were, they were part of the local community.These days you very rarely see any policemen (or women) and when you do they're usually shooting past in a police car at very hight speeds, as if they're afraid to hang around just incase they actually get called on to investigate a crime. Luckily I've never needed to call on their services myself, but I've heard people say that when they DO report a crime the police sometimes do'nt even bother to come out, or when they do it's too late to find any evidence. When I was a kid we got up to some pranks, but never anything serious, and the threat of a policeman or seeing one on the beat was always enough to make us behave. Some of these kids nowadays just don't seem to care or to be scared of anything, everything seems to have gone downhill since my young days. Thank god none of my kids show any signs of being budding juvenile delinquents.

Time for my weekly visit to facebook now, hope I do'nt see any more of those horrific posts about animal cruelty today, some of the things you see on there make you want to go out and kill the people responsible

Thanks for the Guinness, the teasers and the Ferrero Rocher, look after yourself, and see you next week all being well.
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Fussy
Senior Member



United Kingdom
6372 Posts

Posted - 21 April 2019 :  12:33:12 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hi Larry. Oooooh! Is it an early summer, it's been hot here yesterday and today, so far. Hope it keeps sunny from now on to...say early November with just a few showers here and there to keep our planet healthy. I can't imagine what I'd feel like now if I had to suffer the perishing heat of the far east for six months or more, without a drop of rain, or even a gust of wind.
I'm an old boy now Larry, I knocked 97 last Thursday, and I was raided by 7 Grandchildren and 10 Great Grandchildren,...sorry, I wasn't raided by all of them 'cos some were too busy at work, but I had a hectic day.
Well, what the hell next! Just seen the news about 130 deaths and 300 seriously injured in some trouble in Sri Lanka now. I don't ever remember there being so much killings of people and defenceless animals throughout the world. It's b****y crazy.
Well, hope ypu and your family are all OK. I'm glad that my NEW system of supplying you with my treats has worked, so go get the bag. Here goes, Bbblwmp, it's the usual Guinness, now for 4 Easter eggs, here goes Flip Flop Flop Flip, and of course a pack of Ferrero Rocher for the Governess. Hope you caught the lot.
That's it for this week pal. Keep the Rover plodding along.
Hope to make it next Sunday. Take care pal.

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Larry Lamb
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Posted - 21 April 2019 :  4:48:19 PM  Show Profile  Visit Larry Lamb's Homepage Send Larry Lamb a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Afternoon Fussy Yes we're definately having some fantastic weather at the moment, I was very tempted to wear my shorts to work, but with all the funny things lurking in the long grass around here, not to mention that some of the animals like to stick their heads in some funny places I decided it might be safer to stick to sweltering in my longs

Ooh I hope you enjoyed yourself on your birthday Fussy, wish I could get in here to send you a message on the right day, maybe one year I can when your birthday next falls ona Sunday. Let's see, if it wason a Thursday this year then it should be on a Sunday three years from now No, hang on a mo, 2020 is a leap year is'nt it, they're every four years, so next year your birthday will two days later instead of one, so it'll be on a Sunday in two years not three. That's a date then, on your 99th birthday I'll be able to get down here and wish you a happy birthday on the right day Maybe I can do it for your 100th as well, I'll have to wangle my boss into giving me some time off on that day, seeing as it's how it'll be a very special occassion

When you read about all the violence and terrible things going on in the world it makes you wonder about god does'nt it? I'm not a very religious person, but I think sometimes that if there is a god then maybe it's about time he intervened and did something about it, because some of the things you hear about these days makes Sodom and Gommorah seem like Disneyland by comparison

Oh well, time for the weekly visit to facebook now. Thank you for this weeks treats, the kids will love the Easter eggs Take care and see you again next week (unless we have a blizzard before then )

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