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What have you done this week?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by JP_, 22 Jul 2021.

  1. JP_

    JP_

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    I still have not done anything (other than work from home) since Monday.
    Wife saying we need to get out and do things. I am happy at home tbh!

    So, what have people done this week that you could not do before Freedom Day?
     
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  3. Mottie

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    Absolutely sod-all! Mrs Mottie got a free day from babysitting duties (Thursday is her babysitting day) as our son was off work. I suggested going out for a pub lunch which we have done pre-freedom day but she said not bloody likely - there’ll be too many people walking about with no masks!
     
  4. JP_

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    Yeah, my wife's birthday in a couple of weeks, I suggested a pub lunch. Would be nice to sit out side, eat some pub grub and have a pint or two ...

    Going to stay home and enjoy the pool while the sun is still shining though!
     

  5. In future if you have a idea for a thread in this category; would you run it past Mottie first... This is his territory his sort of thread. He likes it his way..... I'm sure he'll let you have this one ...
     
  6. Mottie

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    It’s a good thread. I was the first to partake. I'll allow it just this once. Don’t make a habit of it though. ;)
     
  7. Thats what I said.... you've been locked out of more threads than Djang has has had hot topics....

    Leave it to the professionals ....I say..
     
  8. Sussex old boy

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    twat! everyone to their own
     
  9. Where the fųck did you come from?
     
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    Dunno but he seems to have the measure of you Bodd. :ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
     
  12. You may laugh ..... you may laugh.....
     
  13. ReganAndCarter

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    Went to Asda to get a few things. As I got to the door I realised I had forgotten my mask, then recalled that it's no longer compulsory. Did my shopping naked - well that's what it felt like after wearing the muzzle for so long. Surprising number of other customers have now doffed their masks.
     
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    Er, Sussex.

    Just a guess. :cautious:
     
  15. Notch7

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    Well Monday I spent the day fitting 2 box sash bay windows on Uckfield high street.

    it was flipping hot, so I decided to take it easy rest of the week….so been catching up with a list of jobs at the MILs.

    Went to homebase this morning, was surprised a fair number of people wearing masks (I did too as it seems only polite to do so).
     
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    Bless. You should have got a grown up to hold your hand and comfort you through wearing the nasty masky-wasky.

    :rolleyes:
     
  17. ellal

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    'Freedom Day'?

    Haven't noticed a difference...

    I guess it's up to the individual, but I haven't routinely worn a mask throughout.
    Except if a friend asked me to do so, for example in a car trip...

    Oh and also in my visit to A&E out of courtesy.
     
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