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      3rd Dec 2006
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Keep your eyes open tomorrow

There's an open manhole waiting just for you

No manholes out here in the deep countryside

 

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      3rd Dec 2006
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Why is it when you're 14 you want to talk 30 and when you're 30 you actually tend to talk 14?

Tis a funny old life

btw, welcome to the forum system32_freak

I meant i am smart with computers like a 30 year old not talk like one! LOL ! Your giving me the shivers already ! Thanx for the welcoming btw
 
 
 
 
 
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      4th Jan 2007
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Why this ?
 
 
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      5th Jan 2007
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Why this ?
Just a thread to humour the minority m8

 



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      7th Jan 2007
28 but 29 later this year , although I can no longer touch my toes whilst standing "oh eck! me back" lmao

 
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      7th Jan 2007
Yeah, Know what you mean
I remember, when I broke my back the main deciding factor in wether I wanted to have steel rods in my spine or just let it heal naturally even though it would mean forever in hospital *shudder*
was the loss of flexibilty that would result from having the steel sh*t in my back.
Never regreted it either
I may not be able to walk too far,
But I can still touch my toes in high heels.
Now there's vanity for you

 
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      14th Jan 2007
33 here.

 
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      14th Jan 2007
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But I can still touch my toes in high heels.
Now there's a visual

 
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      18th Feb 2007
Currently preparing to leave the relative safety of the quarter-century and move into the next tick box
 
 
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      21st Mar 2007
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Originally Posted by itsme
62 and counting, had a good life and intend to carry on the good fight

Your as old as you feel. and as long as you feel you aint old
Well I am 53 and retired at 52 - Yipeee!
 
 
 
 
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