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RoboChop wrote:
Tue Mar 31, 2020 6:32 pm
Did the NHS hour on Sunday - not a bad queue but it’s a one-in-one-out system. Very annoying!

We also just received an email yesterday from our county commander who’s been receiving complaints from joe public about us shopping in uniform. Apparently they’re concerned we may have the ‘Rona on our clothing 🤔😑 so we’re now no longer allowed to travel to-and-from work in uniform.
Joe Public will be the cunts that don’t like NHS staff “jumping the queue”.

What happens if you stop at a supermarket during your shift to shop for lunch? :lol:
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RoboChop wrote:
Tue Mar 31, 2020 6:35 pm
I highly recommend Line of Duty. You won’t be disappointed and it’s on BBC iPlayer (as far as I know).

Bodyguard was also pretty good. Not sure it’s worthy of rewatching several times but we’ll see how long this lockdown lasts for .... desperate times and all that 😉
I’ll give line of duty a watch if this lockdown continues further into April.

I know what your mean but I’d probably watch Bodyguard a couple of times.
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I had a potter round the garden and tidied it up a bit, said goodbye to my old animal pen, after 15 years, 5 rabbits and 12 piggies it's been dismantled and scrapped. The panels stopping dogs from seeing the animals on the lawn has been removed and the path cleared of weeds, looks quite bare now!
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As I've already said, side fence isn't mine and I can't paint it, the bottom on is damaged and due to be replaced, if you look closely you'll see the yellow web strapping holding it all together. ;)
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We got an Iceland slot so will have full freezer and full cupboards.Means I don't have to send my daughter out til next week.We are in isolation.She stresses more if I suggest going out than if she goes.Scared if ending up an orphan

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madgranny wrote:
Fri Apr 03, 2020 8:17 pm
We got an Iceland slot so will have full freezer and full cupboards.Means I don't have to send my daughter out til next week.We are in isolation.She stresses more if I suggest going out than if she goes.Scared if ending up an orphan
There are a couple of voluntary organisations in Carlisle that can help with shopping if you’re struggling.
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TangoOscar31 wrote:
Fri Apr 03, 2020 8:34 pm
There are a couple of voluntary organisations in Carlisle that can help with shopping if you’re struggling.
Or she can call you......no, that's a bad idea. She will traumatized for life, if you show up at her door step

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She's still recovering after I visited many moons ago. 😆
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Ice Man wrote:
Sat Apr 04, 2020 11:15 am
Or she can call you......no, that's a bad idea. She will traumatized for life, if you show up at her door step
I’m too scared to go myself. :lol:
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Sat Apr 04, 2020 11:36 am
She's still recovering after I visited many moons ago. 😆
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