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 chelly55
Joined: 12/1/2009
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Eurovision
Posted: 5/11/2014 10:59:27 AM
Yes I couldn't believe it that a co ck in a frock won - Oh well takes all sorts
 chelly55
Joined: 12/1/2009
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ROME June 2013
Posted: 5/1/2013 1:09:51 PM
I'm going to be visiting Rome in the 1st week of June (on my own) if anyone is going to be in Rome during this time wouldn't mind meeting up for a coffee and a natter about this beautiful city. I have never been to Rome before, so a sightseeing pal would be very welcome. Not looking for romance, just a pal with same interest in Rome and it's history.
Letmeknow.......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
 chelly55
Joined: 12/1/2009
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Zipper Or Button ?
Posted: 4/27/2013 2:04:28 PM
Velcrose ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
 chelly55
Joined: 12/1/2009
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do you sometimes get all confused and end up doing silly things?
Posted: 4/27/2013 2:00:56 PM
Hid my passport in the washing machine - then put my washing in - yep washed my passport, going on my hols the following week
 chelly55
Joined: 12/1/2009
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Confused
Posted: 3/30/2013 8:21:03 AM
Thank you all for your advice, as my phone is one of those really cheap PAYG ones, without block. I just hope he gets fed-up soon, as for night calls I just turn it off at night. I know I won't be giving my number out too soon again
 chelly55
Joined: 12/1/2009
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Confused
Posted: 3/30/2013 12:40:15 AM
Guy messaged me a couple of months ago, I politely replied with a thank you, he answered, we exchanged a few messages back & forth, then he sent me his mobile No and asked if I would call him or could he have my number, I thought no harm it that, so I sent him my number, he called me, a few nights later, very late (in fact it was 2am in the morning) I told him I had been asleep and asked him to call at a more reasonable hour. I went on POF the next day there was a message from him with the same original message from him, which he then proceeded to send this original message a further 6 times. I didn’t reply. Then he started to call me usually late in the evening and when I answered no one spoke. I just stated to ignore the calls – one evening he called 15 times, then last night from 2am onwards he phoned my number 23 times during the night, I had to turn my phone off and now I thinking I am going to have to change my No – has anyone else experienced this kind of behaviour or understand what this guy’s problem is. I don’t want to engage in text or conversation with this guy anymore, got the impression he’s becoming a bit of a pest
 chelly55
Joined: 12/1/2009
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What's the funniest thing that you've heard this week?
Posted: 2/3/2013 10:46:10 AM
Chatting with the girls at work about diets. My colleague cheerfully told us she’d had a fruit salad, for her tea last night, she said it had a lot of grapes in it, then she admitted it was mainly grapes, when questioned, she agreed it was all grapes and they were fermented, and liquid – she finally admitted she’d had a bottle of wine, and no dinner – we were all taken in, but couldn’t stop laughing.
 chelly55
Joined: 12/1/2009
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Housing Benefits
Posted: 1/27/2013 6:23:43 AM
It’s not a legal requirement to inform the land registrar that you have brought a house, and some solicitors do not have an obligation to do so, if they are requested not to do so, they will follow their client’s request. Most sellers are not even aware that they are still held responsible for the council tax on a previous property if they do not tell their local council they have sold their property and moved on. Our local council have a legal obligation policy that they be informed (in writing) of a change of circumstance within a 21 day period, for Council tax purposes, not many members of the public do this and then moan when we catch up with them and recover any outstanding council tax. My advice to anyone dealing with a government body is to CYA “Cover you’re a rse” dates, times, notes, copies, any and everything documented. The best way to pay your mortgage is take in a lodger or rent your property out and move into a small room yourself You are going to get very little financial help in paying your mortgage – but speak to your lender, draw up a time plan – explain in detail your situation and keep them informed, also explain to the benefit department what you are doing and why (in writing with supporting evidence). Be careful who you take in or rent to, online services should give you all the advice you need about that.
 chelly55
Joined: 12/1/2009
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Housing Benefits
Posted: 1/26/2013 3:06:46 PM
I work for local council, and although not directly involved in benefits there has been a rental/mortgage scam going on for years, This is how it works, Dad/Mum buys a property (they do not change the land registry for that property leaving it in the name of the seller(previous owner) they then rent out that property to a relative – the relative also buys a property doing the same as above, they then rent their properties to each other claiming housing and council tax benefit usually in their wife’s name (wife says he’s left her) She has x-mount of kids, but has a rental agreement and she doesn’t own the house, as it’s not in her name – The tax payer indirectly pays the rent on the property which in turn pays the mortgage, do this for 25yrs and that’s the way to get your mortgage paid for by the tax payer. The buy to let market, has been a real money spinner for the greedy landlord and those in need of rental accommodation on benefits.
 chelly55
Joined: 12/1/2009
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LUTON - Roll Up, Roll Up, **DISCOUNTED ENTRY @ LUTON'S ONLY ROLLER DISCO, SATURDAY JANUARY 26TH
Posted: 1/23/2013 10:33:17 AM
Anyone going to this event from the Stopsley area, I could do with a lift, I don't mind buying them a drink or paying towards petrol. I'v no idea where it is
Thanks
 chelly55
Joined: 12/1/2009
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LUTON - Roll Up, Roll Up, **DISCOUNTED ENTRY @ LUTON'S ONLY ROLLER DISCO, SATURDAY JANUARY 26TH
Posted: 1/20/2013 4:04:17 AM
Come on ladies POF only 9 attending and most of them men - the few ladies (me & 2 others) are going to be spoilt for choice - Oh well I'll try to do my best (skating that is) to keep them entertained. I have asked some of the girls at work and they all say I'm mad and no way would they spend an evening falling on their bum, trying to skate, but as I pointed out to them it was no different to any other Sat night when they have been out on the lash haha
See you all there then
 chelly55
Joined: 12/1/2009
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Forum intro and venue meets question
Posted: 1/13/2013 11:54:28 AM
I went to a meet in Hemel recently, absolute rubbish, supposed to be about 150 signed up, only about 20 turned up, mostly women, glad I took a mate with me as I would have been sitting there like “Billy-no-mates” One woman was trotting about with a total look of distain on the face, like she had trodden in something smelly. Oh, one old boy did smile at me through his crooked rotten teeth (more like a leer) then shuffled off with his ½ pt. of mild. The disco was good though, although no one was dancing. What a disappointment.
 chelly55
Joined: 12/1/2009
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Come back to my place for a.........Coffee
Posted: 12/2/2012 9:37:34 AM
I never invite or accept an invitation to “go back for coffee” as coffee keeps me awake at night and I end-up nattering like a mad woman on speed. A guy did ask if he could come back for “coffee” and when I said no, he called me a uptight frigid old cow, whatever that’s got to do with coffee drinking I have no idea ?
 chelly55
Joined: 12/1/2009
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got the cold shoulder from an older woman
Posted: 11/25/2012 11:08:06 AM
I have been pass caring for a long time now, so expecting to walk hand in hand into the sunset, never crossed my mind. I was just surprised he asked me out on a date, and thought he was taking the pee, so sarcastically I made the comment about much younger/prettier women than me just made me chuckle when he agreed with me. I never take anyone seriously now.
 chelly55
Joined: 12/1/2009
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got the cold shoulder from an older woman
Posted: 11/23/2012 10:40:41 AM
I had a younger guy contact me – very chatty and really good looking, he asked if I would like to go out on a date Wow lucky me - I politely messaged back saying I bet he goes out with much younger & prettier women than me, he messaged back and agreed with me. Talk about deflated, but why ask me out in the first place?
 chelly55
Joined: 12/1/2009
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High Street Versus Online
Posted: 11/1/2012 4:30:25 PM
Ha I didn’t really equate buying on line and shop buy to the same as POF, just the same really – very observant, like I said, I like to see what I’m getting – before I get it – if you know what I mean
 chelly55
Joined: 12/1/2009
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High Street Versus Online
Posted: 11/1/2012 3:49:59 PM
Pros and Cons
Pros – can touch feel, stroke, fiddle, open/close asses, barter and look at options
Cons – pic on screen – disappointed when it arrives – hassle to return
 chelly55
Joined: 12/1/2009
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What wrong with swearing?
Posted: 11/1/2012 3:18:52 PM
My 9 year old grandson, will sometimes remark “ Nannie when you say you’re going to smack my arse” ( and I’ve told my teacher ) what does that mean ? Aar bless
 chelly55
Joined: 12/1/2009
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A Persons Voice?
Posted: 11/1/2012 3:03:41 PM
Was messaging and then texting with a very happy chappie – so decided to call him, all the way through the conversation he kept clearing his throat, just coughing and sputtering all the time, I even asked him if he needed to get a drink of water, or should I call him back, but no he told me that he was like this all the time, no way could I put up with that – really annoying, hence did not pursue any more chats with him
 chelly55
Joined: 12/1/2009
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Gettting a woman's attention
Posted: 9/29/2012 9:16:21 PM
Ditch the picture of you with a child - most single women don't want to see someone with a child
 chelly55
Joined: 12/1/2009
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Where are the intellects?
Posted: 9/23/2012 10:59:37 AM
They all went home - for their tea
 chelly55
Joined: 12/1/2009
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Memory loss through drink
Posted: 8/8/2012 1:46:43 PM
So drunk one night, woke up the next morning with a mouth like the bottom of a bird cage - but it did have a c0ck a too in it
don't remember it though
 chelly55
Joined: 12/1/2009
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How do you cahnge someone's mind??
Posted: 8/4/2012 12:53:45 AM
My advice is don’t drink a bottle of wine and then post a question on this forum, they will shoot you down in flames – I was just wondering if it’s the same lush guy I am chatting too, he’s made it quite clear all he wants is kinky sex, and explained to me in detail, as far as I can understand, it’s a bit like 50 Shades of Gary only he wants me to be the one in control, well that got me to thinking, my oven/cooker needs a good clean. Should I allow him to put only a pinny on, get on his knees (showing his bum) head in oven – to clean it – and whack a paddle across his a.r.s e every few minutes – or should I tell him to feck off and clean it myself ( Sorry gone off on a tangent)
Seriously you are/should be your own woman, it’s your decision if you want to try and change this guy or not – don’t bother asking here, all you’ll do is upset the wee willy little men and give them an excuse to jump up and down
Chow
 chelly55
Joined: 12/1/2009
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speed dating
Posted: 6/29/2012 2:05:40 PM
I went on a speed dating event once - ended up buying weed, which really slowed me down - man
 chelly55
Joined: 12/1/2009
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Obsession with job titles and status?
Posted: 6/29/2012 1:43:04 PM
I walk in the footsteps of Miss Moneypenny - shhhhh
 chelly55
Joined: 12/1/2009
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Does how much you spend on a date matter?
Posted: 6/29/2012 1:37:45 PM
I just spent £60 quid on a night out dinner date - and because he didn't get his leg over at the end of the night, I have not even had a thank you for a nice evening out text - Oh well one lives and learns, won't be doing that again
 chelly55
Joined: 12/1/2009
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Quitting smoking and profile updates
Posted: 6/25/2012 2:30:13 PM
Paddy told Mick, Those no smoking patches really work, Mick said Oh I how's that then , Paddy well you stick em over yor eyes and you can't find yer fags -
 chelly55
Joined: 12/1/2009
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Rubbish at Sex... Any Suggestions?
Posted: 6/24/2012 3:53:26 AM
Gawd I could write a book about - blokes and rubbish sex
 chelly55
Joined: 12/1/2009
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male escorts busy during Euro 2012
Posted: 6/23/2012 3:42:02 AM
Football is just one notch up as boring as sex – can’t get excited about either
Would rather watch wet-paint dry
 chelly55
Joined: 12/1/2009
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Dreaming of a bright future?
Posted: 6/17/2012 11:07:43 AM
Possible solution to the population problem. Sterilise all new born’s over a five year period – worldwide, should decrease the population considerably.
 chelly55
Joined: 12/1/2009
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Can you figure this one out?
Posted: 6/9/2012 3:05:40 PM
Some women just aren't very good a reading a man's mind.
 chelly55
Joined: 12/1/2009
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What are you up to this evening ?
Posted: 6/9/2012 9:59:44 AM
^^^^^^ Charming

I'm in with my grandson tonight - watching the walking dead - he loves all the gore - makes me feel sick - he's only 8
kids eh
 chelly55
Joined: 12/1/2009
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How persistent are you?
Posted: 6/2/2012 5:39:06 PM
Usually I can't be arsed
 chelly55
Joined: 12/1/2009
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EUROPEAN ECONOMIC UNITY DOES NOT WORK
Posted: 6/2/2012 1:21:58 PM
Please be corrected, not an angry rant, just my opinion , as I see it, and entitled to in this democratic (pc) country we all live in and love, nothing to do with ignorance or non-education on my part.
You are correct between 97-2007 there was a boom in the UK economic, years of house buying boom left over from the early 1990’s recession (abet not nearly as chastrioc as this recession ) I was able to buy my own property at 15% interest , then promptly got made redundant, I was offered and got a 100% mortgage with also an offer to borrow more than I needed, maybe if I had not been so naive, I should have taken all the money on offer and invested in repossessed properties (left over from 85/90 struggle) But I do know that a lot of our very well educated/clued up/ clubbed together foreign friends, in their overtaken areas, brought up a lot of unfit to live in properties, renting them out – cash in hand – no tax payable, not paying council tax, claiming benefits, sending profits home using and draining this economy, and still doing this today – with 2 finger up to the establishment. I see evidence of this every day in my job

Education – my daughter did very well at school (passed A levels etc.) I was unable to help her afford Uni, to busy paying a 15% mortgage, with the uncertainty of redundancy, we didn’t have the nonce or balls to cheat/lie the system to achieve her goals. Oh yes we have students at Uni from all walks of background – majority studying Media/Art/Design – I’m sure will be very helpful getting a real job in the real world, we now have graduates apply for jobs which the mainstream educated should be doing

Some of the students deliberately come here to cheat the system, just check out the bogus, so called colleges/foreign Uni’s – We even have foreign advice centres, helping students and immigrants fill in their claim forms and encouraging them on how to abuse the system (never heard of in the 60/70’s)
Your right, maybe the 70’s weren’t the most brilliant of times in an era, neither were the 1930/40s, but at least the majority of people were honest/hardworking/decent, with consideration to their kin, call me old fashioned, but if the above is not decline – then I stand corrected
 chelly55
Joined: 12/1/2009
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EUROPEAN ECONOMIC UNITY DOES NOT WORK
Posted: 6/2/2012 1:08:59 AM
I can see your point of educated immigration, i.e. into our hospitals/service industry /labour markets, as for the uneducated British “Karen Matthews” type, more resources could/may be put into our education establishments – if we did not have to divert monies into teaching children to speak English in the first place
Many years ago (1977) I moved to a southern town, my child started school aged 5, prior to her starting school, I taught her the basics myself, reading /writing/sums. I enrolled her into the local school. On the first morning of school, I spoke to her teacher and informed her that my daughter had been taught the basics at home and was good at reading, the teacher’s reply to me was “ Oh good she can help Abdul/Salem to read – out of a class of 35 children, only 5 were only able to speak English as a 1st language, this was 33 years ago and the decline in the education system has declined to such an extent that children don’t always get the opportunities they need .
My grandson attends a local school and although it is one of the better schools in the area, myself and my daughter are still home educating him as well.
I put my daughter into a private school, which gave her a head start, with her education. I was only able to do this because I worked nights, in a car factory (to pay her school fees) when the job became redundant, she had to go into mainstream school.
I would not like to see any child deprived of a decent education, but for goodness sake educate the parents first, into speaking English and helping their children. How can a none English speaking parent help a child with homework?
Not all things should be blamed on the governments of the day, people need to be responsible for their own actions and paths in life, there are too many do gooders in this country trampling over the ones who have helped themselves and don’t sit whinging about their lot.
There is a lot of resent, within the UK, about the amount of immigration allowed, most people who were born & live here have seen a real decline over the last 10 years, this includes my own British Asian adopted family, who have integrated and educated their children to becoming employable adults, something’s got to give, before more riots take to the streets again
 chelly55
Joined: 12/1/2009
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EUROPEAN ECONOMIC UNITY DOES NOT WORK
Posted: 6/1/2012 12:02:16 PM
SOME WHAT OFF TOPIC
I’m getting increasing peeved about Europenas coming into the UK without any means of self-support, or any sponsor/financial backup. Now I don’t want to come across as anti-, but I work in a debt recovery team – collecting unpaid tax and out of every 5 cases I investigate 4 of them cases will be of foreign origin, these people have come to this county, lived/used the facilities, left a trail of debt behind them and then bugged off – without any input/contribution to the economy what so ever, most are still here, scrounging and lying to the authorities to be obtain benefit. Where in Europe/the world, can I go, and claim benefits, when I can’t speak the language and be given money to live. This is the smallest island, with the largest population of any of the other European counties, this over burden cannot be sustained and is being to break under the sheer numbers using and abusing the system without input Another 15/20 years and we will be like Greeks, especially when no tax is being paid to enable our services and facilities to continue – Rant over
 chelly55
Joined: 12/1/2009
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My son/daughter will always come first.
Posted: 5/20/2012 10:13:04 AM
My problem is I work fulltime and I semi-care for my 8yr old grandson, my daughter is a widow and bringing him up on her own (with my help) I would love to have more free time, but it’s not always possible , so I don’t want or even expect someone to become a instant granddad, but I would like to date, but sometimes it can be 2/3wks before I can get another free week-end and I don’t think anyone or even expect anyone to hang around weeks between dates. Yes of course my daughter/grandson come first and always will, but it would be nice to have a life of my own
 chelly55
Joined: 12/1/2009
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When are we too old for clubbing.....
Posted: 5/20/2012 9:53:18 AM
I still go clubbin and I'm in my er 50ish - I used to be a professional dancer many years ago, but still enjoy the workout and social sceen, as for the slow dances I'm long gone home, before some, two left footed groper gets the idea I want to dance with him. If I'm dancing and some guy - young or old tries to grab me I just walk off and leave them standing, few weeks ago this was attempted and the guy called me a stuck up ****, but I just laughed it off
 chelly55
Joined: 12/1/2009
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confess to us
Posted: 4/18/2012 12:16:19 PM
You know that C0ck Robin thing - who killed him and all that - well, it wasn't me ? but I have a fair idea who did
 chelly55
Joined: 12/1/2009
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Lillies
Posted: 4/16/2012 11:16:48 PM
I'm allergic to lillies, my eyes swell and and water, a heat bump rash appears and the smell make me feel sick, and they smell like catswee to me - I steer very clear of them, although a lovely flower to look at, just don't get near to them. All my family know not to buy me lillies
 chelly55
Joined: 12/1/2009
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Friends and family. Who is really there for you?
Posted: 4/16/2012 11:09:16 PM
Because I semi-care for my grandson (my daughter is a widow) we live next door to each other, but I have various local friends if I need help. I have a sister about 30 miles away and even my other sister who lives in Spain would help me if I needed, we are all very close and we all understand if one needs help we are there for each other.
 chelly55
Joined: 12/1/2009
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'Babe', punctuation, and one-liners - what irritates you?
Posted: 4/11/2012 11:07:37 PM
I had one guy message me "Hi"
so I messaged back "Hi"
he messaged me "Hi"
I messaged back "Hi"
he messaged back "Hi"
I messaged him back "Hi"
Guess who gave up first - ?
If I hadn't needed to go to the loo, and then lost interest - no doubt we would still be "Hi" -ing back & forth even now
 chelly55
Joined: 12/1/2009
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Furthest you have travelled for a date
Posted: 4/11/2012 3:04:35 PM
I travelled to Ourgate, which is at the bottom of our garden, but he stood me up, or rather proped me up against the post, because I was so p i ss ed - Happy days :) - Where's the bloody icons gone ?
 chelly55
Joined: 12/1/2009
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It can only get worse?
Posted: 4/9/2012 3:57:47 AM
I work in local authority (temping) collecting unpaid Council Tax. I am absolutely amazed at the stupid laws surrounding non-payment of Council Tax and the amount of people purposely and have no intention of ever paying this Tax. I know we don’t like it, but it’s really just the same as the old rates system. Since I have been tracing non-payers (and I’m not raciest) It seems that 4 out of every 5 cases I deal with are foreigners and a lot of the landlords, who rent their second homes out are foreigners renting to foreigners with obscure names, and fictitious tenants (cash in hand) no income tax is paid – the cases I investigate are just a very small proportion on a grand scale. This is happening all over the UK, and with so much tax (income/council) not being paid, then yes this (in my opinion) is why we are in so much debt now, no tax is being paid – it costs too much to collect it - and money is going out of the Country more than is being generated, could this be why we have such deficit ?
 chelly55
Joined: 12/1/2009
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Most memorable comment on a date
Posted: 2/20/2012 2:44:07 PM
Having a chat with my date and he asks " are your t i t s real "? - exit left
 chelly55
Joined: 12/1/2009
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American shows in the UK
Posted: 2/14/2012 12:58:25 PM
I fell totally for his line of patter - he can come a watch my TV sports channel - that's if he can resist my dance of the 7 veils in front of it
 chelly55
Joined: 12/1/2009
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What to do on valentines night
Posted: 2/14/2012 11:02:57 AM
As the song goes “All by myself – don’t wanna be all by myself” – Someone Take me Out
I even texted a guy today and asked him out on a date – you know what – he’s too busy
All by myself
 chelly55
Joined: 12/1/2009
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Who Has a New Mental Disorder?
Posted: 2/12/2012 2:55:24 AM
^^^^^^ Harry Worth
 chelly55
Joined: 12/1/2009
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Who Has a New Mental Disorder?
Posted: 2/12/2012 2:16:39 AM
I have a mental disorder for joining this site and for bloody staying on it so long
 chelly55
Joined: 12/1/2009
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Charity Shops!
Posted: 1/29/2012 4:36:45 AM
I have been buying in Charity shops for years – even worked in a couple on a voluntary basis. There are about 7/8 in the town where I live and I always visit them when I’m out shopping. One of my mates is a manager of one, but I have noticed over the last couple of years the quality of merchandise is not as good as it used to be, and my mate tells me that a lot of Eastern Europeans buy in bulk and send it all back home, plus shoplifting from charity shops is now a big problem (again most are Europeans) Also a certain shop will give persons on benefits or the homeless clothing for free. You can get a bargain at a charity shop, but I think it’s being abused – as is most things in the UK are now today
 
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