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Just reflecting back on. My times out in. The field with my pal nell. Fek me we had some good times   out in all weather's, not a world beater but put her heart into her work, never took. Bunnies more than. I could use   kept her andy stinkers happy,  moral of this little outburst, enjoy yourselves while u can 

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Just spoke to him,he's not been well,he said to thank you all for your concern 👍 he will login when he's feeling better.👍

Just reflecting back on. My times out in. The field with my pal nell. Fek me we had some good times   out in all weather's, not a world beater but put her heart into her work, never took. Bunnies more

Felt for Keith after he lost his wife mate and he often gave me a bit of banter about my cooking. Although I have never met him I feel he's a good old countryman and would like to think he's okay.

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Not complain at all. Here but yesterday I spent nearly 7hrs in. The corridor on a trolley the hospital. Is that full, then moved into a ward then moved to where I. Now in. A side ward with 3 women, the staff are working flat out, what a terrible situation. The NHS is in, apologising to. Me for being treated in a corridor 

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13 minutes ago, chartpolski said:

Take care, mate, get well soon ! 👍

Cheers, Richie.

Thanks Richie, and hope I find you and yours in good health, and keep us updated on that cracking pup of yours 

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6 hours ago, iworkwhippets said:

Not complain at all. Here but yesterday I spent nearly 7hrs in. The corridor on a trolley the hospital. Is that full, then moved into a ward then moved to where I. Now in. A side ward with 3 women, the staff are working flat out, what a terrible situation. The NHS is in, apologising to. Me for being treated in a corridor 

Your not doing so bad, my sister in law spent all night on a trolley in A&E with the assorted shitballs that gravitate to hospitals at night. Morning came and she felt better and discharged herself. The elephant in this room is that the NHS is on it's arse and we as a nation are bystanders watching it's demise.

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17 minutes ago, stumfelter said:

She's my sister in law and she seems fine now, look after yourself mate.👍👍

Ahhh, so I see my friend, my mistake, never the less, I'm. Glad she's fine now 

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Good morning Mr..... What would you like for breakfast, we have porridge or toast n marmalade,  so I says, I'm famished love, could I. Have the porridge we a couple of rashers of bacon in it please, that didn't go down well with her at all 

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Don't think we realise our health is the most important thing to us all hope you get well soon seen as you are posting on here it must have been a mild one unlike the father in law who had one at 65 that left him a cabbage until he died two years later.

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