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Well the whips are sorted for the run up to new years eve +.
We are off to ??????.
No point in telling as you lot have been instructed not to reply to my posts.
Like lambs to the slaughter so you are.

In that case, I hope you all have crap new years celebrations [-o<
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No one has instructed us to do anything.
But there are times when it isn't worth getting into a t*t for tat with you.

I wouldn't mind hearing about where you are going or what you have planned for new year's.

We will be doing what we often do-have a few friends over and a BBQ.
Often there are a few fireworks to see at midnight (though where people get them is a mystery as they have been illegal in Victoria for decades).

I personally don't mind a quiet and relaxing time, I am not one for big parties.

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sherri wrote:No one has instructed us to do anything.
But there are times when it isn't worth getting into a t*t for tat with you.

I wouldn't mind hearing about where you are going or what you have planned for new year's.
We will be doing what we often do-have a few friends over and a BBQ.
Often there are a few fireworks to see at midnight (though where people get them is a mystery as they have been illegal in Victoria for decades).

I personally don't mind a quiet and relaxing time, I am not one for big parties.

Folk will call or think I am a liar but, the fact is we are off to New York.
Hope to be in times square for new year celebrations.

I care not what folk think because we know the truth and that is all that matter
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whip wrote:
sherri wrote:No one has instructed us to do anything.
But there are times when it isn't worth getting into a t*t for tat with you.

I wouldn't mind hearing about where you are going or what you have planned for new year's.
We will be doing what we often do-have a few friends over and a BBQ.
Often there are a few fireworks to see at midnight (though where people get them is a mystery as they have been illegal in Victoria for decades).

I personally don't mind a quiet and relaxing time, I am not one for big parties.

Folk will call or think I am a liar but, the fact is we are off to New York.
Hope to be in times square for new year celebrations.

I care not what folk think because we know the truth and that is all that matter.

End of posts in this thread for me.

Look out for my daughter then. :D
She and her new husband will be there for new year's eve.
They will be easy to spot, he is about 6ft 6" and she is in photos on here.
If you see them, say hi from me. :D

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not sure if we are doing the 3 huts this year, starting off at the club but could be a early finish as its not easy getting a baby sitter this time of year
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One year is the same as any other year just have a different number configuration that's all. Seen one seen them all.
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Don't be such a grump Global.
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Sorry no way am I a grump. I was just making an observation that's all Rosie
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Sorry Global I shouldn't have said that
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Globalmyths wrote:One year is the same as any other year just have a different number configuration that's all. Seen one seen them all.
My mother used to say it was a lot of kerfuffle for celebrating a split second, when it passed from one year to the next. :D
But.. one year is not the same as any other year, not at all. It's the opposite-the only thing we can count on is there will be changes! Think of the year 1900, then the year 2000. The whole world had changed hands.
I like to think that is what we are really celebrating.. not the changeover, but with fingers crossed that the year ahead will be a kind one to us and our families.

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Spent my first new year on my own in a pub, had not been in since Richard was the manager back in the early 70s The Mechanics good night did not get home till 3 am.

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martymont wrote:Spent my first new year on my own in a pub, had not been in since Richard was the manager back in the early 70s The Mechanics good night did not get home till 3 am.

Whilst you was in that grotty grubby little pub all by yourself.. '' Sad to say the least '' and,
most likely up the dark corner, we on the other hand celebrated In Times square in New York lad.
It was awesome.
Did we wish anybody on here a happy new year?? Like hell we did.
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martymont wrote:Spent my first new year on my own in a pub, had not been in since Richard was the manager back in the early 70s The Mechanics good night did not get home till 3 am.
back in the 70s it was best not to tie your shoelaces when in the bogs :oops: :lol:
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Rosie wrote:Sorry Global I shouldn't have said that
No Problem Rosie no offence was taken.
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sherri wrote:
Globalmyths wrote:One year is the same as any other year just have a different number configuration that's all. Seen one seen them all.
My mother used to say it was a lot of kerfuffle for celebrating a split second, when it passed from one year to the next. :D
But.. one year is not the same as any other year, not at all. It's the opposite-the only thing we can count on is there will be changes! Think of the year 1900, then the year 2000. The whole world had changed hands.
I like to think that is what we are really celebrating.. not the changeover, but with fingers crossed that the year ahead will be a kind one to us and our families.
Each year has twelve months the names remain the same. And 365 days and its all over and we start counting them again. the holidays remain the same. Bah HUMBUG.
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whip wrote:
martymont wrote:Spent my first new year on my own in a pub, had not been in since Richard was the manager back in the early 70s The Mechanics good night did not get home till 3 am.

Whilst you was in that grotty grubby little pub all by yourself.. '' Sad to say the least '' and,
most likely up the dark corner, we on the other hand celebrated In Times square in New York lad.
It was awesome.
Did we wish anybody on here a happy new year?? Like hell we did.
How come you are back so quickly? After a trip like that, you should have stayed a week or two.

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sherri wrote:
whip wrote:
martymont wrote:Spent my first new year on my own in a pub, had not been in since Richard was the manager back in the early 70s The Mechanics good night did not get home till 3 am.

Whilst you was in that grotty grubby little pub all by yourself.. '' Sad to say the least '' and,
most likely up the dark corner, we on the other hand celebrated In Times square in New York lad.
It was awesome.
Did we wish anybody on here a happy new year?? Like hell we did.
How come you are back so quickly? After a trip like that, you should have stayed a week or two.
Only went for a few days.
There was many folk there as in thousands. WOW.

It was awesome much better than I thought.

We are now planning holidays for 2014 :D
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How come you are back so quickly? After a trip like that, you should have stayed a week or two.


Because he's a bleedin liar that's why Sherri :roll:

You ought to know by now.
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Whip go and read what I wrote in Freon's post.
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