Wednesday, June 27, 2012

* 30 Days Of Roth - Day 18

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8 comments:

  1. Ah I have those conversations too. While my back sometimes nags me it's the knees that harangue most.

    Getting older is lovely. Just you wait till the nose/ear hair thing really kicks in too.

    and the weak bladder thing.
    and the eysight thing.
    and
    and
    and
    and

    Hope I've cheered you up matey!

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    1. ... and the horse you rode in on, Alistair! =p

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  2. If all cabbies looked like Ernest Borgnine, I'd take a cab more often.

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    1. "Do you know who I had in my cab yesterday? Only that Obi Wan Kenobi fella. Told me to "follow that speeder", like that's possible in rush hour traffic! I mean seriously! He got browned off right away, and said he'd not seen traffic this slow since, oh, since before I was born. In the end I dropped him in Holloway, near the bus startion, after he said he'd found the droids he was looking for. I said that'll be a tenner mate, and he waved his hand and stone me if his pocketful of change was just enough. Even stood me a handsome tip, proper gent he was..."

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  3. Those inner voices have the knack of saying exactly what we don't want to hear. Fortunately I managed to drown many of them with Ale :)

    Kudos on all your hard work Sir - you are indeed, looking very slick :)

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    1. Robbie, Robbie, I've missed you!

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  4. Funny, Vlad/Chuck and I were just talking about Escape from New York yesterday and now here's a reference. Cosmic!
    But seriously, congrats on losing the weight! I'm sure your knees and back are thanking you!

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    1. Hey Paula, EVERYTHING is thanking me; back, knees, stairs, bed, the loo... And yes, it IS a classic! Roth x

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