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Offline Topdad

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apologises to our Aussie mates
« on: 28.01. 2015 11:23 »
To all in Oz must apologise for not wishing you all well on Australia Day,hope you enjoyed it , Id  like to be able to say it was due to my over doing the falling down water on the 25th (Burns night for all none haggis eaters ) also my 65 th birthday , but truth to tell otherwise engaged at my Mother in laws funeral  .93 another one of that marvelous generation gone !! RIP Peggy , Cheers everyone Bob H
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Re: apologises to our Aussie mates
« Reply #1 on: 28.01. 2015 16:33 »
congratulation Bob (on the Birthday that is)

My missus has diet days, so I get to eat something I like that she doesn't (sounds like a plan) so usually Haggis. however maybe I've over done the great chieftain as Burns night passed me by this year, as they say over the Border I may have "scunnered" myself of it
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Re: apologises to our Aussie mates
« Reply #2 on: 28.01. 2015 18:26 »
G'day Bob,  *beer* mate.
Congrats on your B/day, you can now retire. Commiserations re wife's mum.
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Re: apologises to our Aussie mates
« Reply #3 on: 29.01. 2015 09:28 »

 Heya Bob- Thanks for your thoughts, no apology required, and Happy Birthday-Survival Day....I turned my annual one off a while ago...every day is a plus..Sorry about your Ma-in Law, 93 is a fairly good innings though, with or without the occasional underarm...  *smile*

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