Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'General Off Topic Discussion' started by TurfMoor-Army, May 5, 2014.
Shit, arse, buggeration and fvckery
Oh thank god it was a mistake.
My whole reality was crumbling down around me for a few minutes there
The best ruse is the one you least expect!
Condolences JT, really sorry to hear that mate.
Sorry to hear this chief.
Aye @johnnyT sorry to hear that fella. I wondered why you weren't online the last few weeks, and thought something may be up with the way you were speaking about your dad recently. Its a horrible thing to lose a parent; it comes to us all, but the feeling of grief then emptiness lasts a long time. Condolences.
Oh Johnny so sorry to hear this. Be there for your mum when you can, it’s all you can do at this time, but please take care of you too xx
Get home from work to next doors dogs yapping the street awake and I got piss wet through walking from the car to my house. What a horrible evening. Wetter than Jim Morrison's last ciggy.
Thanks the only positive is my old fella has looked after my mum financially he has literally sorted everything she has no money worries for funeral costs etc and moving forward.
Sorry to hear that mate.
For me I find the time between death and the funeral as the hardest part when its my loved ones who have passed. You are stuck in the worst kind of limbo, where you have had a terrible life changing loss, but you cannot yet move on and try to get some element of normality. It is an awful time and I hope you and your family cope as well as you can do.
The only thing you can really say in these circumstances is ‘oh shit mate, so sorry that f’ing sucks, I’m not going to treat you differently but I’m here if you need me’
Hope you’re doing okay with the news xx
Today's weather....we've had a fair bit of snow, sleet & now it's pissing down. Certainly no reason to be cheerful.
Pssst, wanna buy some bottled sunshine at half price?
You have to ask?
Where do you live in NZ?
A place called Wanganui, which is on the west coast of the north island between Wellington and New Plymouth.
She's been given 2 years to live if it turns out that they can't opperate
Thankfully it's slow growing and hasn't metastasised, but yeah
Sorry to hear what your friend is going through. When we will they find out if they can operate?
She's got a few more scans to have to try and figure out where the core of the growth is coming from or something (I don't really understand) to assess if it's even possible to operate and what the risks are if they can, but I don't know when the scans are.