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Discussion in 'The Premier League' started by Spurlock, Feb 2, 2017.
each? Spin them some mental health waffle and make them a reasonable offer, usually works.
Give them a call and drop my name into the conversation.
Appeal it within the specified time limit in writing, explaining you work there and on that day you were unwell etc. You have nothing to lose in doing so, other than the cost of a stamp.
I've appealed plenty of tickets, albeit not private ones, I've got off more tickets than I've paid.
Do not refuse to pay, do not let it go to the next stage. If you lose your written appeal, pay up. I knew someone once that chose to listen to alternative advice and it end up costing them several hundred pounds, don't be that next person.
If the missus is giving you the silent treatment on Sunday mornings bro, you can come and borrow my Wigwam @Schlem Boogerman
for ponky the red indian
Lol, thanks mate.
How's the new job going ?
Having a burn up and sorting out my yard n veg patch.
I assumed you meant a spliff then I saw fire and was like..
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Also pinkie that's your garden, ya yards on the left.
If I was blazin up, I would have said I was blazin up bru.
Anyway, looking much tidier now.
raised beds need a bit of attention, will fix them up tomorrow.
Get the soil raked over and then it’s time to start planting out.
Bunnin, burning, tokin, chuffin, blazin. All the same @luvgonzo
Been to the beach today. Seaburn, first time I've been there and it's very nice.
I’ve heard of sun burn, but didn’t realise you could get burnt by the sea
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Buying another house, it’s in great nick with potential for extension.
@Sweats I’m hoping to complete before 30/06 anything that would stop this? We’ve go no chain on either side and it’s sold below MV for quick sale so presuming no down-valuing risk with surveyor. We’ve nominated a single conveyancer for both ends to speed things up.
Wigwam behind the teepee? You’re two tents mate.
Might take a peepee behind the teepee.
I just liked this and couldn't think of anywhere to put it. So it's here.
Do I ever feel self-doubt? The answer is yes, very much so. My self-doubt tends to manifest itself in sudden, hot rushes of embarrassment, and usually emerges alongside a loss of playfulness or humour — or rather, when I start to take myself, and indeed life, too seriously. It seems to arise as a countering response to my own sense of self-importance. Self-doubt is common to us all, I suspect, and uncomfortable and unpleasant as it is, a certain amount can be the truest humanising force, keeping us humble, vulnerable, open-minded and connected to the world. But, of course, we need to remain vigilant and not allow our self-doubt to become compulsive — to imprison us, shut us down and make us incapable of forward movement. At these times, it is worth remembering that the world can be funny — as can we — and to not take ourselves too seriously.