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1. happyture8 November 2011, 10:08 GMT +01:00


194. happyture25 December 2011, 0:42 GMT +01:00

Must be the American in me, gotta have a turkey for xmas even if its only to talk too gobble gobble gobble!!!

195. xymonau25 December 2011, 3:39 GMT +01:00

I don't like the taste of turkey. I can enjoy breast meat a bit, but I really never liked it much.

196. happyture25 December 2011, 12:13 GMT +01:00

Funny that,,i,m a breast man, always like a nice bit of breast :O)

197. xymonau25 December 2011, 13:22 GMT +01:00


198. happyture25 December 2011, 14:11 GMT +01:00

Thigh does it too,,mmm thigh......

199. xymonau26 December 2011, 1:59 GMT +01:00

I am not talkin' to you if you is goin' to be vulgar. Has you stopped? Good.

200. happyture26 December 2011, 8:09 GMT +01:00

OK i,m behaving now right,,l@@k at my serious face,,,,see,,,l@@k !!! now thats serious aint it...

201. xymonau26 December 2011, 8:56 GMT +01:00

Maybe the turkey fumes has cleaned out yer brain. Right.

How was the turkey, by the way?

202. happyture26 December 2011, 9:03 GMT +01:00

I cant eat it really Dezzie, nor Chuck, has a nasty effect on me, I have to be honest here dezzie, i dont really eat a lot of meat, i ate a slice of beef with my christmas dinner and that was enough, ive never been a big meat eater really, prefer my potatoes n gravy, carrots, peas, cabbage, happy with that, dont like too much gravy neither...fussy some might say..

203. xymonau26 December 2011, 9:05 GMT +01:00

An' you mock my begementarianism?

Roast veges. Yum. I knew you couldn't eat it, but did the family say it was nice?

204. happyture26 December 2011, 9:12 GMT +01:00

They loved it, thats why i been up since 5.00am, ive been cooking the meat for boxing day lunch, my eldest daughter is coming for dinner, i just hope i match up to her cooking standards, she's a wonderful cook, she can cook anything, cakes biscuits everything, when she cooks beef its just so fine,,mmmm, dont even have to chew it,,yet mine gives free jaw exercise with each bite...

205. xymonau26 December 2011, 9:58 GMT +01:00

Well I hope it goes/went well. I have no idea of the time there. It's nearly 7pm on Boxing Day here.

206. happyture26 December 2011, 10:01 GMT +01:00

9.05am here, and dinner meat is a cooking,,,

207. xymonau26 December 2011, 10:08 GMT +01:00

So you've had a lovely family Christmas. That's really nice.

I think my father with his Scottish mother had an influence on me. Christmas was never a big deal, but New Year's was. "Auld Lang Syne" sends me into a fit of tears every time!

At the turn of the century (and milennium!), I really wanted my son home. He was. It just felt very significant to me, and I wanted him to be with me.

208. happyture26 December 2011, 10:12 GMT +01:00

Aye Aye,,what aboot Hogmanay Dezzie, we ere Scots celebrate the last day of the year with plenty of highland dancing and frolicking,,,do yooo celebrate Hogmanay dezzie ....

209. xymonau26 December 2011, 10:24 GMT +01:00

Well, that's where it all comes from, but no - I just see the new year in. I am quite a boring person, Mikey. You should know that by now.

210. happyture26 December 2011, 10:32 GMT +01:00

Well,,So its not true what everyone else says bout you on here,,no parties untill 5am,,no night clubbing, and you dont run an escort agency,,Shot me down in flames you have...

211. xymonau26 December 2011, 10:48 GMT +01:00

Oh, yeah - that's all true. But I don't do highland dancin' or frollickin' an' I feels I is missin' sumfink.

212. happyture26 December 2011, 12:01 GMT +01:00

You are,,truely, you gotta have a frolic now and then or your foo foo valve will get blocked and then you can look out i tell ya!!

213. xymonau26 December 2011, 12:11 GMT +01:00

We don't got them in this country. We has ebolbed.

214. happyture26 December 2011, 12:14 GMT +01:00

See we is more technical over ere, we has all mod cons, running water, lectric, mains gas, we is spoilt really, juss a shame its so spencive here...even the £1 shops are £2...

215. xymonau26 December 2011, 14:19 GMT +01:00

I don't know what your normal prices are like, but once on a trip to Brisbane, I stopped to use a loo at a service station. I felt I should buy something, but they had nothing I wanted. I was a bit tired, so I thought I'd buy a coke for the caffeine. i got a tiny 300ml bottle and they hit me up $4.50! In a drink machine you'd pay $3.00 for a 600ml can and be robbed blind. But this was unbelieveable. I asked if that was correct, and they assured me it was. So if you think it's expensive there, just wait till your holiday in Oz!

216. happyture27 December 2011, 10:50 GMT +01:00

Do you know dezzie, i think everywhere is the same now, everyone is trying to make muny,,trying to make themselves feel safe with a bunch of muny, sad thing is its not helping the global recession..makes me mad it does, fuming ,,it should be one item one price!!!

217. xymonau27 December 2011, 12:31 GMT +01:00

There have always been "businessmen" who rob people blind.

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