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    Re: Your very petty pet hates

    Reading my comment it sounds a little harsh. I'm not disrespecting genuine people. I have no problem with Londoners and people from the South, my issue is with the ones that seem to have a plum (as...
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    Re: Your very petty pet hates

    People that say grarse, glarse parse....Arfgarnistarn.. need I go on? I take it they also ride on an '****' and not an ***!!!!! - Ha! Ha! I've just pressed return to add this to the list only to...
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    Re: Dolly Parton

    Dolly is fab! There will never be another like her. Love her music, love her voice. Long live Dolly!!
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    Re: dial a disc

    I used to listen to dial a disc too. It was also something that was regularly used where I worked. One person would ring the number, listen to the song, then transfer it to another person in a...
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    Snake Buckle Elastic Belts

    I've done a quick search and nothing comes up so I thought I'd post a new thread.
    Anyone remember the snake clasp/buckle elastic belts that used to be all the go.
    I've not seen any in years. The...
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    Re: Can you help me find the lyrics

    I think the next line is 'Sweet sugar dumpling' I can hear the song in my head but can't think of the lyrics. Will write again if I think of any more. :)
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    Re: Chain belts

    "when I was little the old woman" Cheers! That makes me feel ancient LOL! At least you said you liked them and kept them. Don't have a clue what happened to mine but I really wish I did :(
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    Re: Tom Bosley R.I.P

    R.I.P. Tom Bosley - I remember 'Happy Days' too, even bought the 45, it's in my loft somewhere.
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    Twiglets

    Hi, I'm sure I've written about Twiglets in the past but can't find the thread. I'm talking about the flavoured ones that used to come out for christmas but haven't been around for a few years. I...
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    Re: 60 years from Roswell.......

    Hey! you're sounding like the 'Smash' Ad! :) I recently watched 'I know what I saw' and found it interesting.
    I sometimes listen to a few paranormal ilk podcasts. Some are off the wall but others...
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    Re: 60 years from Roswell.......

    I don't know what is true and what isn't but I'm open to all suggestions. Having said that, I don't think we can be the only life form in the universe. I too have experience strange things, not...
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    Re: Words that have fallen out of use

    That's interesting, never heard them called that. Where is 'down here?' :)
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    Re: Words that have fallen out of use

    Yep! they're still heard but not as often as when I was a kid. Mostly the older generation use them now, funnily enough chibble cropped up at work today. The person who said it grew up about 35/40...
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    Re: Words that have fallen out of use

    Three words spring to mind:- Kelter, chibble and pluther

    Kelter - rubbish/junk - e.g. the room is full of kelter.
    chibble - when you chibble the edge off something to fit (the bits chibbled off...
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    Re: Goodbye Claire Rayner

    I too liked Claire Rayner. I might not have agreed with everything she said but she had a good heart and was a very formidable character. R.I.P. Claire - your shoes will be hard to fill.
  16. Re: What theme tune instantly transports you back to your childhood?

    I think my No 1 is Trumpton but I've got to say Camberwick Green and Chigley are close behind as well as Tales from the Riverbank and The Wooden Tops in fact there are so many tunes that transport me...
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    Re: The Waltons

    Ooh! Cheers! Used to like the Waltons, I'll set my planner and see if it's as good as I remember it all those moons ago. :)
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    Re: Did I imagine these?

    Hi, gotta say I don't know either of these but I'm sure they existed. Sound too nice not to have :)
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    Re: Which celebs live near you

    Oh well done! Now you've said the names I know they're the ones. Thanks for that :)
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    Re: Arts and Craft toys

    What fab pictures! I'd forgotten all about the rafia set I had as a child. It was just like the one in the pic. It's such a shame they're not about now. I loved anything crafty as a child and...
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    Re: Skinny Rib Jumpers

    I don't have any pics of me wearing mine :(
  22. Re: Top 10 women or men you most fancied of all time from the 1970's and 1980's!!!

    The Lead singer wasn't bad either I think his name was Les McKewen or something like that.:confused:
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    Phew! thats lucky, I thought for a moment I'd got the wrong name. Woody was definitely the little sweetie but Eric had the hair and eyes LOL :)
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    Re: Wrong lyrics

    My sister always insisted that the Kids from Fame sang 'Hide The Guillotine, Hide, Hide' and not 'High Fedelity, High, High'
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    Skinny Rib Jumpers

    Does anyone remember Skinny Rib Jumpers? They were often in white with a brightly coloured band (or two) around the body and also on the sleeves (around elbow area or just above) I think they were...
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