The good morning thread

Crofty

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Morning all, nice little lay in today...probably the large amounts of red wine consumed last night. Can’t believe the number of OAP’s walking past our window this morning! Might become a sniper! LOL. Office day for me, get some invoices out, hopefully there’s enough people still working to get some paid!
Stay safe all
 

Felonious Crud

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Morning all, nice little lay in today...probably the large amounts of red wine consumed last night. Can’t believe the number of OAP’s walking past our window this morning! Might become a sniper! LOL. Office day for me, get some invoices out, hopefully there’s enough people still working to get some paid!
Stay safe all
Morning, Crofty.
 

Felonious Crud

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Morning all. More WFH and then maybe a bike ride this afternoon.

Was listening to the radio this morning and there seems to be traffic jams all over the country. How can that be if we're supposed to be in lock down.

Exactly how many key workers are there?
Sounds like bollox. I have never seen London so green, for example:

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midlifecrisis

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Good morning everyone, I think I'll work from home today. Don't fancy the commute.
Spoke to soon, one of the guys has gone sick, not covid19 related. So I'll have to pop in and drive in. Now it's a sunny day, roads should be clear, what do you think I should drive to work in?
 

lozcb

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Morning all. More WFH and then maybe a bike ride this afternoon.

Was listening to the radio this morning and there seems to be traffic jams all over the country. How can that be if we're supposed to be in lock down.

Exactly how many key workers are there?
Nearly half a million extra by all accounts, according to the national call for unity put out the last few days
 

lozcb

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Ive just been out (mandatory but guilty :worried1: ) to say farewell to a certain blue lady

Roads were absolutely clear with vey minimal traffic here in MK
 

midlifecrisis

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Just drove Socially (ir) Responsible into work and all I'm going to say is that a lot of lycra clad people will have 'flu-like' symptoms soon....
 

2b1ask1

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Jeanette welt to Lidl this morning and had just loaded the shopping into the car and was closing the boot when a run away car hit her in the knee and pushed her into the boot, cracking the bumper and denting the boot! She has not broken anything but her knee is about 2 x normal size already! Seems the owner didn’t put their handbrake on! So yet another non-fault insurance claim to notify about!

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Felonious Crud

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Jeanette welt to Lidl this morning and had just loaded the shopping into the car and was closing the boot when a run away car hit her in the knee and pushed her into the boot, cracking the bumper and denying the boot! She has not broken anything but her knee is about 2 x normal size already! Seems the owner didn’t put their handbrake on! So yet another non-fault insurance claim to notify about!

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Ouch and ****! What a stellar pain in the **** knee. Poor thing. Send her our best.
 

lozcb

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Your going through the wars this month mate , plenty of ice and slip in a g and t for her whilst your at it ..................give her our regards mate
 

Crofty

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What a bu##er Newton, hope Jeanette will be ok, sounds like a luck escape. FFS don’t want to be heading to A&E in the current climate. Alcohol should ease your frustrations.....oh might dull the knee too.