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Dust EVERYWHERE

The new office is still manic - banging and sawing and drilling every where. At least I got to use the loo today though, even if a builder did have to stand by the door with his back to me so no one could walk in and see me having a pee!

We've been inundated with slappers too - Alison was there THREE times! Making a point out of our "secretivness" lol - still not gonna tell you anything, and there's nothing you can hide from us that we'd want to know (or wont get told about anyway). AND the smack-head from next door came in for a wonder round, trying to talk to Tremain (sorry love, can't spell your name). Seems my new found friend (particulary cute builder, who seems to think it's great fun to tease me *blush* AND saved a girl from being raped at the weekend! PLEASE DONT TELL HIM I SAID THAT ANDREA!) had a short sweet (10 min out the back) thing with her.... and now she's on bunny boiler mode! HEHE! Andrea chucked her out.

I had to laugh at Claire though - all though we have all been told to come in stuff we don't mind getting dirty, she turned up today in a suit jacket and matching pant. Shame the bra was oozing out over the top of her clothing, but then again, she does conform to the Alison School of Fashion. Glenn put her in the shop for most of the day - which she hated too. HAHAHAHHAAA!

Feeling a bit bitchy today, have done all day, and probably will do all night too. Have you noticed?

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