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    Izbeckistan
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    -Dog ate my shoes
    -im a few hundred quid short on the rent.
    -its been pissing it down all week, and I have a toddler that if shes not out the flat she will trash the place
    -took her to an indoor play centre in plimpsoles with holes in and got soaked through.
    -now I have a cold.
    -Ive got a 60 – 100 pound parking fine to pay.

    #1129411
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    General Lighting
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    not only is learning to drive a car (and pass the UK driving test) still a big mission for me (it is only because of this weather and working 11km away from town I need to do this), in the UK people drive far worse when the weather is bad and if they see a vehicle with learner plates they often try and overtake it in dangerous ways. And when times are hard what happens first in UK and even USA is not that people go mad with guns/knifes/bombs but they start driving even worse.

    Last night there were some times at one big roundabout where I was genuinely fearing for my safety driving back home, the people here are the sort who will crash into you, but if they and their vehicle are still just about in one piece they will drive off back home and only begrudgingly hand themselves in at the cops after when the CCTV pictures are in the papers (I read local history out of interest and there are news reports from the 1700s of bad crashes in horse carriages and people getting fined for their behaviour on the roads..)

    when I got to work cars at the car park were so badly parked I ended up immediately warning the matron as the Ambulance would not be able to get in our out easily. Worst of all, these cars belong to folk who are visiting the patients, so it could be their relative who needs the blue light Ambulance…

    #1155514
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    General Lighting
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    not only is learning to drive a car (and pass the UK driving test) still a big mission for me (it is only because of this weather and working 11km away from town I need to do this), in the UK people drive far worse when the weather is bad and if they see a vehicle with learner plates they often try and overtake it in dangerous ways. And when times are hard what happens first in UK and even USA is not that people go mad with guns/knifes/bombs but they start driving even worse.

    Last night there were some times at one big roundabout where I was genuinely fearing for my safety driving back home, the people here are the sort who will crash into you, but if they and their vehicle are still just about in one piece they will drive off back home and only begrudgingly hand themselves in at the cops after when the CCTV pictures are in the papers (I read local history out of interest and there are news reports from the 1700s of bad crashes in horse carriages and people getting fined for their behaviour on the roads..)

    when I got to work cars at the car park were so badly parked I ended up immediately warning the matron as the Ambulance would not be able to get in our out easily. Worst of all, these cars belong to folk who are visiting the patients, so it could be their relative who needs the blue light Ambulance…

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    Angel
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    Doing stupid stupid stupid stupid stupid stupid stupid stupid stupid stupid stupid stupid stupid stupid stupid things :frown:

    #1164136
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    Angel
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    Doing stupid stupid stupid stupid stupid stupid stupid stupid stupid stupid stupid stupid stupid stupid stupid things :frown:

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    Gylfi Gudbjornsson
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    The NHS are useless. That is all.

    #1183918
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    Gylfi Gudbjornsson
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    The NHS are useless. That is all.

    #1129997
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    Angel
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    dropped a huge glasbowl on the floor and it fell to 1000 pieces. stood there in my bare feel and now i’m bleeding everywhere, will be nice walking 3 miles to school 🙁

    #1164140
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    Angel
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    dropped a huge glasbowl on the floor and it fell to 1000 pieces. stood there in my bare feel and now i’m bleeding everywhere, will be nice walking 3 miles to school 🙁

    #1129052
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    Anonymous

    I do not wish to be a member of this website anymore, please remove me from it..Thankyou

    #1150671
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    Anonymous

    I do not wish to be a member of this website anymore, please remove me from it..Thankyou

    #1129741
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    Cilla Black
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    Done. Sorry to lose you.

    #1163269
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    Cilla Black
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    Done. Sorry to lose you.

    #1151130
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    Dr Bunsen
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    Today was a pretty good day actually. I’ve got no complaints.

    #1204544
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    Dr Bunsen
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    Today was a pretty good day actually. I’ve got no complaints.

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    Mishka Peshchanka
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    So an incredibly 9 out of 10 attractive person has come back into my life recently and all is going well with me and them, seems like a possible romance can blossom. Though they disclosed some information about their ex-partner cheating on them and giving them the mighty herpes so now I’m all sceptical of my own behaviour that my lustful desires will potentially make me make love to someone who can give me a life long case of genital warts…. Sounds like quite a simple choice to just not make love to them but when you’re a hopeless romantic obsessive and have major lust and sex issues I find my power of saying no pretty small so It’s not so simple in my warped mind.

    Any advice would be kindly accepted and noted.

    #1204941
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    Mishka Peshchanka
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    So an incredibly 9 out of 10 attractive person has come back into my life recently and all is going well with me and them, seems like a possible romance can blossom. Though they disclosed some information about their ex-partner cheating on them and giving them the mighty herpes so now I’m all sceptical of my own behaviour that my lustful desires will potentially make me make love to someone who can give me a life long case of genital warts…. Sounds like quite a simple choice to just not make love to them but when you’re a hopeless romantic obsessive and have major lust and sex issues I find my power of saying no pretty small so It’s not so simple in my warped mind.

    Any advice would be kindly accepted and noted.

    #1149603
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    Gylfi Gudbjornsson
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    Ask the psyentist, he’s the best guy to ask about these sort of things.

    Sorry about being a prick before, I’ve had one of those days where the simplist of things set me off on a rageflex.

    #1183923
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    Gylfi Gudbjornsson
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    Ask the psyentist, he’s the best guy to ask about these sort of things.

    Sorry about being a prick before, I’ve had one of those days where the simplist of things set me off on a rageflex.

    #1151140
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    Mishka Peshchanka
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    @Gylfi Sigurðsson 561895 wrote:

    Ask the psyentist, he’s the best guy to ask about these sort of things.

    Sorry about being a prick before, I’ve had one of those days where the simplist of things set me off on a rageflex.

    No words of wisdom from yourself?

    #1205033
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    Mishka Peshchanka
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    @Gylfi Sigurðsson 561895 wrote:

    Ask the psyentist, he’s the best guy to ask about these sort of things.

    Sorry about being a prick before, I’ve had one of those days where the simplist of things set me off on a rageflex.

    No words of wisdom from yourself?

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    Gylfi Gudbjornsson
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    @Mishka Peshchanka 561924 wrote:

    No words of wisdom from yourself?

    Unfortunately not, I have this weird ism were I’m unable to feel and comprehend ‘love’ and its relative attachments. To say it makes me feel dead inside is an understatement.

    #1183928
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    Gylfi Gudbjornsson
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    @Mishka Peshchanka 561924 wrote:

    No words of wisdom from yourself?

    Unfortunately not, I have this weird ism were I’m unable to feel and comprehend ‘love’ and its relative attachments. To say it makes me feel dead inside is an understatement.

    #1151141
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    Mishka Peshchanka
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    Probably stems from a lack of love for yourself. Love can be sought, you need some spiritual growth if this is the case.

    #1205093
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    Mishka Peshchanka
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    Probably stems from a lack of love for yourself. Love can be sought, you need some spiritual growth if this is the case.

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