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Re: Eaten Plastic

Post by Nettle » Thu Sep 18, 2014 11:03 am

Brilliant news, and what Judy said :lol:
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Re: Eaten Plastic

Post by WufWuf » Thu Sep 18, 2014 11:31 am

Thank you ladies :D
JudyN wrote:Hurrah!! Image

We should celebrate...Image But best not put Clare in charge of the catering Image
Ah goo wan sure it'd be great craic... ehhem sorry my Irish sterotype took over there for a minute, no no of course we shouldn't let Clare organise :wink: :mrgreen:

I was so frickin excited when I saw that first hint of black plastic and I'm sure whoever else was on the street at the time was wondering why the mad lady was whooping and yaying over a poo :oops: :lol:
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Re: Eaten Plastic

Post by ClareMarsh » Thu Sep 18, 2014 11:45 am

WufWuf wrote:no no of course we shouldn't let Clare organise :wink: :mrgreen:
I barely drink any more so I'd probably be safe but I'm not one to shun not having to be chef :lol:

Yay for the plastic in the poo :wink:
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