26/09/16 at 21:39 #275217
Luckily I don’t have to work weekends so I enjoy my boring lazy Sunday’s. With you being busy at work, it’s better than being on the dole so keep taking the work while it’s there.29/09/16 at 11:00 #275353
Amen to that. I’m enjoying all the work I get, but I do long for a bit of balance to the schedule. Thankfully got the day off today! I can moan on TSA all I like :P
Oh and play some F1, finally.29/09/16 at 12:47 #275361
Don’t forget to enjoy the sunshine before it disappears for a few months as well ;)
(even though it’s windy as fuck out there)02/10/16 at 09:04 #275472
Word up! So anyone doing anything exciting today? I’ve escaped Blighty to deepest rural Poland for my wife’s cousins wedding! Day 2 of the party kicks off at midday, luckily I escaped at 10pm last night after way too many shots, managed to get some sleep before the headache came crashing down and the babies woke up. It’s sunny and warm though and there’s a BBQ being lit already, very promising.02/10/16 at 09:56 #275473
Sounds like a good day planned for you Ron. I’m doing my normal Sunday, as little movement as possible. More boxing, ufc, and footy to watch, followed by a trip to the bookies with my pop. Then a big fuck-off domino’s, great for my cholesterol ;p02/10/16 at 17:51 #275478
Sounds like you’re a creature of habit then! I lived with a couple of Glaswegians, followed them down the bookies every pay day for a year and each of them out fifty on red on one of the machines, one or both always won so I’d always get a pint out of it but I’ve never before or since had the balls to put any sort of bet on. I don’t think I’d have the willpower to stop if I ever won!!
Had a few shots of vodka, whisky and ‘moonshine’, and then danced more than I did at my own wedding. I’d totally recommend a Polish wedding to any Brit, it’s been awesome!02/10/16 at 18:17 #275479
Yep, I’m definitely a creature of habit. Having to get up for work at 5am every weekday I always wanna do as little as possible at the weekend. I had a good week this week at the bookies and ended up about £40 in profit, normally I break even or lose £10-£20 but I only bet what I don’t mind losing;)
That wedding sounded a good piss-up, I’m going to my mates wedding in a fortnight but it’s only a registry office type, so we’ll probably end up in the pub for a quiet one ;)02/10/16 at 18:58 #275480
Nice, any wedding is good fun, just make sure your mate knows he can have plenty of evenings in the pub but only one wedding night ;) Let’s be honest, he and his other half might as well get on with it and conceive that night, get the tough bit of babies and a year of sleepless nights over with asap. Unless he’s marrying a man, in which case no worries! Or unless he’s a she, then the same as the original line applies, but if she’s female and lesbian then also no worries! I think that’s all inclusivity bases covered.02/10/16 at 21:17 #275492
Well he’s already got a kid and been living with his missus for a couple of years, she wants to make it official but he ay that bothered but he’s trying to keep her happy. And who says romance is dead ;p22/10/16 at 10:00 #276803
It’s the weekend again, hooray!
Last night I noticed that Trevor Philips is in Westworld, and it’s not just a striking likeness it’s actually Steven Ogg who voiced Trevor! His character is suitably brutal, unhinged and rapey, so it looked like poor Steven is on his way to being a type cast haha. Anyone else watching it?01/11/16 at 19:14 #277406
The Lone StevenParticipant
Job hunting, ignoring the remains of the TSA forum because fuck it, this is beyond it’s prime and should be taken out back to be put it out of it’s misery. Tis about it.
I think Steven Ogg enjoys that type of typecasting as he seems to genuinely enjoy his career boosting and he can probably do a lot of variations on it.
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