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Discussion in 'General Off Topic Discussion' started by TurfMoor-Army, May 5, 2014.
I need to retire. Hangover as **** and headin into work. **** this bollocks
I can thoroughly recommend retirement Jezza, best thing since sliced bread.
I am jealous. My old man has unofficially retired at 55. He wakes up at 8am, sits and listens to the radio and reads the paper with his coffee. It sounds great
The bugger beat me mate, I could only manage semi retirement at 55, liked it so much and fully called it quits 5 years later, that was17 years ago and enjoyed every day since.
No RM, I'll be 78 on Sunday, I fully retired aged 60 which was 17 years ago last Christmas. (born 1941)
Wow. Fair play man.
My Dad is 66 and he’d never be able to figure out how to use a computer and navigate to this forum so respect for that!
I went for a run this morning then checked in for a sauna and massage and I felt fantastic .Ive just been in town sitting in the sun having a few scoops with the lads and I've had to come home as I've got these blinding headaches and real persistent spells of dizziness. I think I've possibly over done the whole get back on track routine with too much running this morning,either that or I'm caned after six bottles of Peroni a diagnosis I'm calling highly unlikely.
Tch, a man of your advanced years shouldn't be doing any of this running malarkey stuff, physical exercise is vastly overrated in my opinion.
It’ll just be your age and not being able to handle the drink anymore since I turned 30 I get worse hangovers and can no longer shake them off quickly.
It's the heat kid and the fact I still push myself like I'm 21 in every physical pursuit I try ,so I'd rather believe I drank a bad pint if its all the same to you
yeah must have been a bad pint my apologies.
Of course it was,the very thought it could be anything else I feel great now and I think I will neck a copious amount of JD later to prove I'm still firmly in control............. I'm lying to myself aren't I ?
Yes you really are
I am and I'm really good at it
Your poor wife I bet you get in some right states.
I've actually been on my best behaviour since the football season finished ,yesterday was the first planned day out with the lads for weeks. Obviously I can get twisted/bladdered but the wife is in bed by the time I roll through the door in the early hours so Alexa is the one who gets to hear the incoherent ramblings of a sodden old fool. Anyway I blame all the French food she's been feeding me ,its evidently lowering my resistance to alcohol
Gonna cheat on this wife?
Oooooh you bitch
When your doctor refers you to a haemotologist and mentions the L word