No's 3 and 4........may take a little time ......... I fear.......
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In one of the other threads there is a comment that you are working at Weston's cider. Is that apiss take or genuine?
I ask only because that isn't a million miles from me and If you are stuck up that way I would highly recommend not only Weston's cider but also a village not that far away Bishop's Frome there are two pubs there the best is the Green Dragon great beer and small but ok menu.
In Ledbury there are a couple of half decent curry houses and a supposedly good Italian the Olive tree or some such - never been myself but hear it is good.
The voices in my head may not be real
But they do have some good ideas
It was a gentle Piss take....... But I'm partial to the odd bottle of Weston's Organic.........
..I doubt it will be a long wait.
One of those is a serial flouncer ....so unless they have been to 'flouncer-counselling' it won't be too long.
You see, you can't flounce off again unless you first come back .....It's all very well buying expensive taffeta petticoats and practicing your skirt-hitching but it's no good unless you have somewhere to flounce from ...You need to return to the glittering lights of the Gala Ball where you can yet again become a fabulous Diva having your moment of drama in the spotlight. " />.......
I think you'd make a great 'flounce councillor' ....ya seem to ave a keen interest and an in depth knowledge of the subject .....
"Skirt hitching, head flicking & door slamming are the 'bread and butter' of any serious flouncing contender"
"practicing your skirt-hitching but it's no good unless you have some where to flounce from "
"'flouncing' is an all year round activity. With die hard 'flouncers' attesting their claim to be 'real flouncers' to differentiate themselves from what they see as the part-time 'fair-weather flouncers'."
Maybe ya could be the forums 'flounce aunt' always there to support people on the flounce wagon and ready to talk down those on the edge of a flounce...
What ya say?
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Wisdom is knowing not to put it in a fruit salad
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