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General Chat Thread, Dinner Time in General; Well it's dinner time!! I'm having some lovely home made lasagne with home made cheesy garlic bread for my dinner, ...
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    Dinner Time

    Well it's dinner time!! I'm having some lovely home made lasagne with home made cheesy garlic bread for my dinner, made by my Girlfriends mum!

    What's everybody else having, bet it's not as tasty as mine!!

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    Thanks for sharing that...

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    Sounds nice. Enough to go round, danrhodes?

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    I really don't care, and neither do the posters of more relevant threads who aren't getting answers because they're so lost in all this .

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    Nope sorry it's almost gone! Lol its like kids get from teacher, you cant have sweets in class unless you have enough to go round!

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    Quote Originally Posted by powdarrmonkey View Post
    I really don't care, and neither do the posters of more relevant threads who aren't getting answers because they're so lost in all this .
    Powdar Monkey, if you look at my recent posts I do post in more "relevant" forums.

    As this is the "General Chat" forum I though I would strike up a light harted thread! Sorry if my post has offended you!

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    Chill people. we are all lovers here

    Im gonna have some chicken soup me thinks.

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    I've noticed of late there are many threads that flare up, people comment and people don't like it.

    I'm finding it increasingly annoying, it's meant to be an open friendly forum and you get posts like the one above, if you don't like it, ignore it, its easier than causing a fuss.

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    Quote Originally Posted by danrhodes View Post
    I've noticed of late there are many threads that flare up, people comment and people don't like it.

    I'm finding it increasingly annoying, it's meant to be an open friendly forum and you get posts like the one above, if you don't like it, ignore it, its easier than causing a fuss.

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    Would be alot easier to ignore if they weren't so constant, the fact these "light-hearted" threads are opening up at alarming rates, bumping proper threads where help/information is needed down the list so no one can see them.

    The first thing I do when I open the site in the morning is look at the newest threads and contribute accordingly, bit hard to help when I've got a choice of.

    What did I have for lunch
    Where do I drink
    Where can I buy glasses
    Does my bum look big in this

    Get the drift?

    Sparkeh: +1

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    Quote Originally Posted by danrhodes
    I've noticed of late there are many threads that flare up, people comment and people don't like it.
    I've noticed of late that many technical questions are going unanswered because they are so lost in the noise of general chatter. However, I think I've made my point and I don't intend to derail this valuable thread any further.

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    I have nothing of relevance to post in this thread

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahuxham View Post
    Would be alot easier to ignore if they weren't so constant, the fact these "light-hearted" threads are opening up at alarming rates, bumping proper threads where help/information is needed down the list so no one can see them.

    The first thing I do when I open the site in the morning is look at the newest threads and contribute accordingly, bit hard to help when I've got a choice of.

    What did I have for lunch
    Where do I drink
    Where can I buy glasses
    Does my bum look big in this

    Get the drift?

    Sparkeh: +1
    Point taken Ahuxham, I will refrain from posting anything like this again. See when it's put like that it makes sense, rather than powdar monkeys method which could be taken the wrong way.

    If any mod is looking, please close this thread.

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    Grrr. I'm gettign over a bout of flu I got over the weekend. Saturday afternoon comes along with the sudden feeling that I'm very cold, so I whack teh heating up to 11 until the rest of my family complains their flesh is melting off and turn it off. By 8:30 I'm stumbling around with a blanket on shivering like an extra in a plague film, and the world spinning round and around in my head. By 9 I was in bed...still shivering. There I remained for almost 30 hours. I couldn't eat the entire time and even now my pack of sandwiches from Morrisons tasted like cardboard (that may or may not have been my tastebuds to be fair).
    I hate being ill, especially as the weather on Sunday was so nice and all I could hear was my kids playing in the garden. I'm back in the office today, but still not 100%

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    Cheese and Ham toasty done in one of them toasty bags you just pop in the toaster, amazing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dos_Box View Post
    even now my pack of sandwiches from Morrisons tasted like cardboard
    Are you sure you ate the sandwich and not the packaging?

    Hope you feel better soon anyway - it's rotten feeling like that.

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