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The Official Pissed Off Thread!

ajfclark
Online Now
26/08/2009
3:06:45 PM
Maybe this will cheer you up? http://www.chockstone.org/Forum/Forum.asp?Action=Display&ForumID=3&MessageID=7939
BUZZ
26/08/2009
3:30:34 PM
Thatís a good one ajfclark!! Does that mean your offering to become my support group! Gosh you are a lovely one arenít you, I accept!

I think the person who got my lunch, should be thanking me. Sub-way was at uni, therefore majority of the people are either big heffalumps, people that resemble Pee-Wee Herman or young pimply kids! All mentioned are in need of some salad!

ajfclark
Online Now
26/08/2009
3:53:10 PM
On 26/08/2009 BUZZ wrote:
>Thatís a good one ajfclark!! Does that mean your offering to become my support group! Gosh you are a lovely one arenít you, I accept!

Sure, I'll be your support group... I prescribe you add a couple of teaspoons of cement to your meatball sub and harden the f&%k up. ;-)
BUZZ
26/08/2009
4:32:46 PM
Oh don't worry they don't come much harder than me! If i was any harder I would be cement! Thanks for advice though!

Sarah Gara
26/08/2009
4:45:28 PM
On 26/08/2009 IdratherbeclimbingM9 wrote:
>A link for readers of this thread to enjoy.

that's just mean.

Alan key things always go round for me - perhaps cos I'm whimpy possibly cos i use the wrong size x

Sarah Gara
26/08/2009
8:41:27 PM
I'm pissed off that I can't find the official gutted thread to say that I'm gutted that my wednesday evening is so dull that I'm phaffing about (not looking for cars I might add) being silly on here. x

IdratherbeclimbingM9
26/08/2009
10:25:03 PM
On 26/08/2009 Sarah Gara wrote:
>that's just mean.
>
You missed the irony?
~> It is for those that just can't get enough of reading about others misfortune..

(SG; Do you trust my links enough now, to follow another one?)

MonkeyBoy
27/08/2009
8:54:28 AM
Just tweaked my ankle last night haven't quite figured out how bad but i fu**in know its going to effect my climbing - SHIT !


Sarah Gara
27/08/2009
5:03:34 PM
I did trust it M9. and tempted to check it's authenticity -but It's just gone 5pm... so later.

Ankle sprains - we all need to get us some wobble boards. x
Wendy
27/08/2009
5:16:52 PM
On 27/08/2009 Sarah Gara wrote:

>
>Ankle sprains - we all need to get us some wobble boards. x

Robinvale has been so dull you are learning the native instruments already?

wallwombat
29/08/2009
10:53:10 AM
I'm pissed off that it's the weekend and my ankles are finally OK and I was set to go climbing AND IT"S PISSING DOWN LIKE IT"S NOAH'S SECOND COMING!


he he he x not

Sarah Gara
29/08/2009
11:17:37 PM
On 27/08/2009 Wendy wrote:
>On 27/08/2009 Sarah Gara wrote:
>
>>
>>Ankle sprains - we all need to get us some wobble boards. x
>
>Robinvale has been so dull you are learning the native instruments already?

did I tell you Robinvale has the largest windmill in the southern hemisphere?

Whan you back in Nati Wendy? I'll have to send you a counchsurf request. x

evanbb
30/08/2009
7:18:20 AM
On 29/08/2009 wallwombat wrote:
>I'm pissed off that it's the weekend and my ankles are finally OK and I
>was set to go climbing AND IT"S PISSING DOWN LIKE IT"S NOAH'S SECOND COMING!


A mate's got a term for that; Heavy rain is described as a Noahkian Deluge.
Wendy
30/08/2009
10:03:44 AM
On 29/08/2009 Sarah Gara wrote:

>
>Whan you back in Nati Wendy? I'll have to send you a counchsurf request.
>x
I'm around til october, maybe it will actually stop raining sometime between now and then.

wallwombat
30/08/2009
3:17:36 PM
On 29/08/2009 Sarah Gara wrote:
>did I tell you Robinvale has the largest windmill in the southern hemisphere?

I'm looking after a Border Collie whose rear end could probably get that thing spinning.

gordoste
31/08/2009
1:39:52 PM
On 29/08/2009 Sarah Gara wrote:
>did I tell you Robinvale has the largest windmill in the southern hemisphere?

yes but it's in a hole! hahaha

Sarah Gara
31/08/2009
9:28:10 PM
I'm pissed off that I just uploaded loads of pics to gmail wrote an email and then it wouldn't send as it's poo. My internet connection keeps stopping so I lost it all. grrr grr and grr again - very pissed off. x

On 31/08/2009 gordoste wrote:
>On 29/08/2009 Sarah Gara wrote:
>>did I tell you Robinvale has the largest windmill in the southern hemisphere?
>
>yes but it's in a hole! hahaha
>

So I did tell you! It's also not a wind mill but a wind pump - big difference in my book.
devlin66
31/08/2009
9:45:53 PM
I'm pissed that I spent the weekend watering my dead lawn to get promptly enough rain to do the job twice over.

On the Phillips head screws. Phillips, the electrical company, came up with these so the punters couldn't service them as everything was straight slot up till then. So the obvious tooling up of the punters eventuated and it's now the most common drive system. It has better engagement than straight slot so long as, with every drive system, use use the correct size Phillips head screwdriver.

Sarah Gara
31/08/2009
10:03:05 PM
ahhh messing up this thread with Philips V alan whotsits - it has it's own thread now. ahhhh so messy.

There was lots of rain today - when I drove to Mildura tonight you could see all the patches of rain showers - I think I counted 5 or 6 seperate showers about with the sun behind them and it looked all pretty as the clouds were all pink and pretty. ( and M9 I'm not pissed off about that either -and I'm slagging D66 for being messy on the threads...) x
Wendy
1/09/2009
7:55:28 AM
Well, I'm still very grumpy about the weather ... it hasn't stopped raining since the end of May! AARRGH!!!!! We had rain on 18 days of August but so many annoying showers that we still didn't reach the months average and we still haven't made up for the complete absence of rain in the first 4 months of the year and are miles below the up to september average. And it hasn't made a dent in the lake. Or the river. Or the fire dam by the mount. It's just been cold (well not that cold if you aren't a summer addict, it's been warm enough for my fruit trees to start blossoming 2 weeks ago and one of my apricots didn't even bother dropping it's leaves), wet and howling gales.

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