Come over for a beer?

Discussion in 'ten-forward' started by Franklin, May 21, 2006.

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  1. Franklin

    Franklin Registered Member

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    You know how some people, after they use something, just can't bear to throw it away.

    That might make sense if it's magazines or clothes. But what if it's empty beer cans? In astounding numbers?

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  2. ~*Nat*~

    ~*Nat*~ Registered Member

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    Sad actually.

    Alot of people live in their own filth. They horde and horde till they can't leave their own home anymore. :doubt:

    There was a story once about a man. His apartment was soo full of...ah..I don't remember what all!, But he died and when he was found he was laying by his entrance door. :doubt: :(

    The sooner such people get proffessional help, the better.
     
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    Every strata has a council & should have bylaws, rules & regulations plus penalities for infractions in place - where was the council when all this was happening? A phone call to the City Health Dept. to have an inspector come out would have cleaned up the mess before it got out of hand.

    Makes one wonder how people can live like that or how they were brought up. Yuk!! :(
     
  4. ~*Nat*~

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    Hi Peaches :)

    Yeah...there are some reeaalll lazy booties out there.
    But alot of times such persons have a mental disorder which needs medical attention. They can't help it 'cause it's like a compulsion.
    Just like a Diabetic needs medical help..... :)
     
  5. big ed

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    Hi Nattie,

    Thank you for your support!

    Would you like a beer?

    Pop...fizz...glug, Hienekin ed
     
  6. Longboard

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    Ed, lol

    Luckily i gave up beer.
    Now it's about the JD bottles.
    The neighbours and the wife are starting to get a bit upset. :ouch:

    We have just had big community upsets about a couple of loners who died and weren't found, for in one case 18 months !!!

    It is very sad that these people were so alone.

    Lbd.
     
  7. big ed

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    Well...my previous post was a bit of a stretch. I remember having only one beer last year. I was at an English Pub while watching a Football match. It was a "Killian Red" (delicious!) but as it made me a little woozy I switched to lemonade. I may have one this year if the "Socceroos" do well in WC '06.

    Being alone! Devastating!!

    Sober in Sobrenka, Mildly ed

    Ps...thats whats so great about 10F. Everytime you think you're alone....you get whacked by somebody!
     
  8. ~*Nat*~

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    Isn't it great !!! :D
    You'll NEVER be alone, Eddyluv !!! :) :)

    Soooo...are you feeling a tad lonely...tonight ?

    Here, then feel this...


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    Don't forget. I care about ya ! :-*



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    Whacking blissfully in Whackotomika, whacky Nat
     
  9. Longboard

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    Thats the good thing about us seniors.
    Memory only good for the last beer. :D

    Wandering in Wagga.

    Lbd.
     
  10. beetlejuice

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    Generalisimo Ed, You might want to talk to the members of the "Hoorah Brigade" about leaving all these tell-tale traces of their whereabouts. Hard to carry-out secret missions by leaving a trail of bread crumbs beer steins everywhere they go.

    Looking out for the Brigade (especially in their unmentionables)
    Lookout beetlejuice :eek:
     

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    Oh Pooh!....Last nite a bold bear brazenly broke into my Bungalow beer stash by barely boring a bung hole bout "belly hi". (No...not the song from South Pacific). He briskly bashed the boards belatedly w/belligerance an broke a bunch of bottles which gave him some Boo Boo's!! The dirty bas......!!

    Boo Hoo!!

    Beer brewing back of the barn, Blue ed

    Ps...Maj Marg an her Troopettes denied any envolvement! It was Margarita Nite on Base and I can assure you....they have NEVER missed a one!
     
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