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Nothing of a day really... so far

Not much happened today. Got paid for last week, filled in time sheet for this week, went to work, came home...

Am possibly going to the pub later tonight, but if it keeps raining likeit has been I really don't think I'll bother. My feet ache anyway.

Had a good blast on Dragon Court. Have four of my five punters as Nobles now and have sent of to join Yorkie and Stu's Clan "Yorkling Beasts" for all five of them.

Nothing else really to tell.

Oh, yeah, last night I spoke to both my parents. Unfortunatly I spoke to Dad after Mum so I haven't been able to make her howl with laughter at his stupid comments yet. I'll have to call her in a day or two and let her know.

1) He has a cold - that virus cold/flu thing that we've all had and muddled through. Only he was convinced he has SAHS because these is a new kid from Hong Kong in his school.

2) He announced that this year my mother and her bf John would be taking HIS christmas gifts HIS mothers house, not him. Can't see that happening, can you? I told him not to be stupid, that it was unapproprate. He said my mum should not be ashamed of john!!!

My father is a pratt!

So. Dull day alround really. Gonna slope off and watch telly for a bit.

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