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post #21 of 35 (permalink) Old 18-05-2020, 21:17
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Keith, no other word for it, you're a cult!


I hope nobody mis-read that.
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Keith, no other word for it, you're a cult!


I hope nobody mis-read that.
I almost did

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I just realised I missed a golden opportunity with Keefs video. Should have been the Benny hill Music with him falling over with an exploding Thetford at the end. Bugger.
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Keith, no other word for it, you're a cult!


I hope nobody mis-read that.
That's the problem with predictive text - it rarely spells the word you intended using but usually uses the least likely word you intended to call someone.

Sticks and stones may ..........

Now, this is a Cult .....

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Great that Keith! Dodgy singer though.
Around 120 views of the Video so far and comments of how rough Joe Cocker sounds - mind you, he did die six years ago so that's not surprising is it ?


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Just an update on the boredom level of the great lockdown public.

When I posted the thread back in May my videos had 1,440 Subscribers and 892,000 views.

Today the video total is up to 2,240 Subscribers and 1,412,000 views.

Just saying.

We now wait with baited breath for the advice contained within the lockdown shielding letter from the Government.
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Just an update on the boredom level of the great lockdown public.

When I posted the thread back in May my videos had 1,440 Subscribers and 892,000 views.

Today the video total is up to 2,240 Subscribers and 1,412,000 views.

Just saying.

We now wait with baited breath for the advice contained within the lockdown shielding letter from the Government.
hi keith

i am looking forward to the shielding ending but will be anxious about actually going out

how can it be not good to go out 1 day and ok the next

this is why i assume they will be writing to all of us first, i assume to say we should still take care and avoid groups

hopefully we will be able to get out in the van for a couple of nights soon also

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I haven't been at all bored. Always something to do, something to look into further and dog walks to enjoy.
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Being 'retired' we could do with another five months of lockdown or confinement as it's been blissfully peaceful.
I understand the concerns of commerce but half the shops are totally unnecessary. imho.

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