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Just saw a very sweet slice of quarantine life. Two young lovers in jogging gear in Royal Park, clearly pretending to be doing their exercise for the day so they could steal a moment together. Not ashamed to say I had a slight catch in my throat as I called the police.

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On 3/28/2020 at 11:23 AM, Moonshadow said:

 

Would like to hear the pandemic cup.

Feild of shut the borders, return of stop the boat, stay inside, wash your hands,, were all in this together, wear a mask, keep your distance, 

close your business, save a life and someone will die.

Many more contenders but some have been withdrawn by the stewards.

No end game running yet, and rational behaviour pulled up lame.

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An article in today’s “Rage” made note of police raiding a party in Romsey 

Well I wish to clear the air before any scandal mongers start pointing nasturtiums at your good old innocent Uncle Bitter

Firstly, it wasn’t a party at all.  I mean who calls a gathering of 50 or so like minded friends a”party “ ? 
Secondly. Everyone was being quite responsible and keeping a good whip length apart 

Clearly all just a minor misunderstanding 

PS  If one of my good lawyer friends on this site could see their way to a little pro bono work please contact me ( metaphorically that is) at The Manor

 

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2 hours ago, Bitter but optimistic said:

An article in today’s “Rage” made note of police raiding a party in Romsey 

Well I wish to clear the air before any scandal mongers start pointing nasturtiums at your good old innocent Uncle Bitter

Firstly, it wasn’t a party at all.  I mean who calls a gathering of 50 or so like minded friends a”party “ ? 
Secondly. Everyone was being quite responsible and keeping a good whip length apart 

Clearly all just a minor misunderstanding 

PS  If one of my good lawyer friends on this site could see their way to a little pro bono work please contact me ( metaphorically that is) at The Manor

 

I hear that the virus doesn't survive for long on leather, so you should be ok Uncle

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1 hour ago, Bitter but optimistic said:

Not only that Moonie but leather is very durable 

My doeskin underwear has lasted for years 

I'm sickened to hear it.

The only consolation being you have saved the environment from detergents and unnecessary water wastage no doubt.

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29 minutes ago, Biffen said:

I'm sickened to hear it.

The only consolation being you have saved the environment from detergents and unnecessary water wastage no doubt.

Bah! Negativity as usual Biffen

Well, I’ll have you know that we have very high standards of hygiene at The Manor and my underwear is laundered at least once a fortnight!

Whether it needs it or not!

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3 hours ago, Bitter but optimistic said:

Not only that Moonie but leather is very durable 

My doeskin underwear has lasted for years 

Good to hear, well, sort of...

Btw, where are you getting your weekly piercings and tattoos done, given those establishments have been shut down? Self inflicted?

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1 hour ago, Moonshadow said:

Good to hear, well, sort of...

Btw, where are you getting your weekly piercings and tattoos done, given those establishments have been shut down? Self inflicted?

I can live without Tatts and piercings Moonie, however, there are certain other businesses that provide .... err .... more personal services that I miss

This dam corolla virus thing is most inconvenient 

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2 hours ago, Bitter but optimistic said:

I can live without Tatts and piercings Moonie, however, there are certain other businesses that provide .... err .... more personal services that I miss

This dam corolla virus thing is most inconvenient 

I thought that in Romsey they would be classified as an essential service, like shiraz supply chains

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7 hours ago, Bitter but optimistic said:

Not only that Moonie but leather is very durable 

My doeskin underwear has lasted for years 

Never fear Bbo,  CoVid is very susceptible to friction. It cannot handle it.

So if in doubt,  Bbo,   Rub it as hard as you can,  its sure to knock that virus on its head.

Now,  about that doeskin Bbo,  does it work well with Leopard print strides.?

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11 hours ago, Bitter but optimistic said:

I can live without Tatts and piercings Moonie, however, there are certain other businesses that provide .... err .... more personal services that I miss

This dam corolla virus thing is most inconvenient 

Seems you have progressed beyond the deadly Corona to the more innocuous Corolla. Ramsey is fortunate and once again leading scientific orthodoxy. Your research methods need encouragement rather than officious dogma. What could possibly go wrong?

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On 4/26/2020 at 7:49 AM, dpositive said:

Seems you have progressed beyond the deadly Corona to the more innocuous Corolla. Ramsey is fortunate and once again leading scientific orthodoxy. Your research methods need encouragement rather than officious dogma. What could possibly go wrong?

Bah ! Corona, corolla - it’s all Korean to me

I’m still waiting for the boffins to discover a cure for tinea 

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3 hours ago, Bitter but optimistic said:

Bah ! Corona, corolla - it’s all Korean to me

I’m still waiting for the boffins to discover a cure for tinea 

Well if they discover the Tinea cure, you better hope they don't get Australia Post to deliver your medication.

Your feet will drop off before it arrives.

They are taking weeks to deliver a letter locally,  or a small parcel.

With so many people unemployed, you would think they would hire some more workers

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