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A Hampshire hog, who has lurked long enough (and always admits it). Unfortunately, I do not have access to potatochopping, but have been in awe at the many fabulous creations on these pages. And I love kittens, and puppies and stuff. Natch.

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» Stuff I've found

Sticky Stick
My daughter found a Harry Potter wand in the middle of the New Forest. Trust her at the age of two to find a plastic stick in a forest.
(Thu 6th Nov 2008, 15:19, More)

» Well, that taught 'em

Wish we'd stuck around to see the conclusion...
I come from a large family - 4 girls and 1 boy. My parents don't drive, so we used to take day trips on coaches and occasionally the train.

There's a big age gap between the two eldest girls and the rest of us (14yrs), so they were at the rebellious stage well before I ever got there.

We'd travelled to Salisbury for a day out and on returning to the station, decided to have a drink in the platform cafe. Some oaf had decided to stretch out across a bench seat and have a sleep, with all his possessions (it seemed) piled up by his head - and taking up yet more seating. It was busy in there, so having another 7 turn up for tea meant that some people were standing.

Although efforts were made to rouse the chap, he continued to sleep.

Unfortunately, my big sister noticed his crossed legs, and deftly re-tied his shoelaces without disturbing him. The crowds around us murmured and looked on with alarm as we all left smiling.

The guy would have woken, uncrossed his legs and prompty have fallen to the floor. That served the git right...
(Fri 27th Apr 2007, 14:15, More)

» Hidden Treasure

Elastic Bands
As children, we used to play in the grounds of our local firestation. In the bushes where we'd set up camps, I found the odd elastic band.

Only a few years later I realised what I'd been flicking at my little sister and brother - obviously the main 'used' part had rotted away with time...
(Fri 1st Jul 2005, 16:39, More)

» Sexism

Re: Sexual equality -
I don't want to be sexually equal with men - why would I want to lower my standards?!

And as an aside; I agree with all the posts on here about the awareness of ribbons - there are loads for Breast Cancer and Cervical Cancer about (which is a good thing), but which also means that the male cancers get overlooked. Please guys, check yourselves and get advice - my father-in-law died at the age of 59 from Prostate Cancer. Better to be embarrassed than the alternative, I think you'll agree...
(Thu 31st Dec 2009, 14:23, More)

» Guilty Pleasures

I love taking a crap at work - especially if I've had anything with onions in it, as it's guaranteed to smell just disgusting.

I also like masturbating while my boyfriend is in another part of our house - he doesn't have a clue why I end up all rosey cheeked.
(Thu 7th Apr 2005, 16:43, More)
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