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    Default Things that you see others doing in everyday life but you couldnt do them.

    I walked past a take away earlier and there was an older guy in sitting down reading a book. I couldnt do that. I couldnt sit anywhere other than my bed or chair or a garden seat and read a book.

    So what couldnt you do that you see others doing in everyday life.?

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    Wear pyjamas to Tesco!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dannyboy10 View Post
    Wear pyjamas to Tesco!
    I wasnt far off that in my sleep walking days.

    i had a talent back then,
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    Quote Originally Posted by dannyboy10 View Post
    Wear pyjamas to Tesco!
    Lol, I see these ppl out and about all the time. As for me the thing I cant do is eat hot food outdoors. I see ppl doing this and think they are mad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Westsidex View Post
    I wasnt far off that in my sleep walking days.

    i had a talent back then,
    Westside.
    But unlike the "Ladies" that I see doing it, you were not picking up 40 Major and two bottles of buckfast at 11.30 in the morning with a six month old baby girl named Britney in tow!

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    Do people honestly go to the supermarket in their PJ's here?
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    Oh god yes. Supermarkets town, collecting their kids from school
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    Quote Originally Posted by lucy chambers View Post
    Do people honestly go to the supermarket in their PJ's here?
    Not just supermarkets! All over the place. In PJs, slippers and still half asleep.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lucy chambers View Post
    Do people honestly go to the supermarket in their PJ's here?
    It is not people it is "Ladies" have not seen a guy do it yet!
    Unfortunatly and they usually are showing a fine belly hanging from the front and a view of the crack of dawn behind!

    Another cultural advancement by the Dubs!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lucy chambers View Post
    Do people honestly go to the supermarket in their PJ's here?
    It's the modern day equivalent of the ladies who used to go shopping with their curlers still in, covered by a hair net and the obligatory fag dangling out of the mouth....think Enid Sharples in the 1960s and 70s. It is important however that the ladies today have a bit of a beer or chip belly adorned by a navel piercing and that the PJs are worn in such a way as to display the midriff. If you got it, you might as well flaunt it.
    Last edited by carlos marvado; 15-11-10 at 21:43.

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