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 Post subject: Re: Statuses, or a Good Game of Snakes & Adders
PostPosted: 24 Jul 2015, 11:33 
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I haven't done a proper jigsaw for years. My grandma and grandad used to love them, so we always used to do jigsaws with them when we were little, but I never do them at home now. I sometimes do little jigsaws with the nephews, but not proper grown-up type jigsaws :D .

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 Post subject: Re: Statuses, or a Good Game of Snakes & Adders
PostPosted: 24 Jul 2015, 12:06 
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fraujackson wrote:
* good Fenland terms for degrees of illness. (Really not very well = seriously poorly, Not very well at all = practically, if not in fact actually, dead.)


Hehe, I use a similar system. Not at my best = everything horrible; Actually not doing brilliantly = at death's door; Ok = anything from quite good to horrible but don't want to drag you down as well!

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PostPosted: 24 Jul 2015, 13:54 
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Abi wrote:
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* good Fenland terms for degrees of illness. (Really not very well = seriously poorly, Not very well at all = practically, if not in fact actually, dead.)


Hehe, I use a similar system. Not at my best = everything horrible; Actually not doing brilliantly = at death's door; Ok = anything from quite good to horrible but don't want to drag you down as well!


Another one is 'I could do without it really' = it was/is b****y awful


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 Post subject: Re: Statuses, or a Good Game of Snakes & Adders
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I told my boss I was feeling a bit crappy yesterday, which apparently translated as seriously ill - she sent me home early. I am actually a bit I'll, I've picked up a chest infection which is going round but I don't have it very badly. So we'll see if I get booted out early today or not.

I don't do jigsaws but I suspect some of you would not approve of my over competitive approach to board games.


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 Post subject: Re: Statuses, or a Good Game of Snakes & Adders
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It looks as though you're jousting again, Finn - but then I think most of us have encountered some adders, i e post numbers have been reduced, she said, helpfully...


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I remember doing one of all the kings and queens of England with my step-grandad. It was much harder than it looked. We got it done eventually, though - after pretty much all Mum's side of the family pitched in to get it done!

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I don't think I've been told off by Mlle Berne before but I do seem to have slid down a very large snake where points are concerned. Clearly, must try harder...

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Apparently I've reserved a picture! I Wonder what it will be of...:)

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Apparently I've reserved a picture! I Wonder what it will be of...:)


Ooh, wonder if it's that classy nude of Mary-Lou?

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As long as it's not the lime-green nude of Joey.

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As long as it's not the lime-green nude of Joey.


You could be reserving it for Jack... :D

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I have scarlet fever. As you couldn't possibly have it as often as the CBB tags me with it, I'm going to become a keen collector of appropriately coloured things, like The Scarlet Pimpernel...any other suggestions?


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emma t wrote:
Apparently I've reserved a picture! I Wonder what it will be of...:)


Ooh, wonder if it's that classy nude of Mary-Lou?

Would that be the one that no-one wants to hang up ?! :lol:

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I have scarlet fever. As you couldn't possibly have it as often as the CBB tags me with it, I'm going to become a keen collector of appropriately coloured things, like The Scarlet Pimpernel...any other suggestions?


The Scarlet Letter

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Noreen wrote:
I have scarlet fever. As you couldn't possibly have it as often as the CBB tags me with it, I'm going to become a keen collector of appropriately coloured things, like The Scarlet Pimpernel...any other suggestions?


The Scarlet Letter


Scarlett O'Hara ... ?

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Some red herrings


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Some red herrings

Five perhaps?

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