TCRT 7: Episode 2 - Attack of The Chat

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PostRe: TCRT 7: Episode 2 - Attack of The Chat
by Rex Kramer » Tue Feb 05, 2019 10:03 am

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Qikz wrote:Funeral in 4 hours and I just get confirmation that I can have pets in the new flat I've been looking at and I've just paid the reservation fee to reserve the flat in my name. What a day.

How was yesterday? Did it all go well (or as well as can be expected)?


Well I held it together and cried a little bit managed to say part of what I wanted to say without tearing up. I don't know why I can't cry properly but I think I already cried so much when I heard she wasn't going to survive that maybe I just accepted what was going to happen and knew all this was coming. I still miss her like mad and I'd do anything to go back and hug and talk to her again but I know I cant.

The service was nice and the wake was good as I saw my mums family who I haven't seen in over 17 years and it was great talking to them again. I said I'd keep in better contact with them because they're all really nice its just they live so far away. My oldest cousin made me laugh a lot and my uncle who went through cancer a few years ago (my mums oldest brother) still has the same stupid sense of humour that he's always had.

He's never flown until yesterday, so when one of my aunts from my Dad's side asked if he was scared of flying he said he wasn't but he was going to ask when he got on the plane if the pilots landings and take offs matched up number wise. :fp: :lol:


I’m glad it went as well as it could. Funerals are odd in that they can be the saddest day of your life, while also having happy/funny moments.

In my experience they usually end up with a couple of people getting too pissed and falling out.

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PostRe: TCRT 7: Episode 2 - Attack of The Chat
by Qikz » Tue Feb 05, 2019 10:03 am

Moggy wrote:
Qikz wrote:
Rex Kramer wrote:
Qikz wrote:Funeral in 4 hours and I just get confirmation that I can have pets in the new flat I've been looking at and I've just paid the reservation fee to reserve the flat in my name. What a day.

How was yesterday? Did it all go well (or as well as can be expected)?


Well I held it together and cried a little bit managed to say part of what I wanted to say without tearing up. I don't know why I can't cry properly but I think I already cried so much when I heard she wasn't going to survive that maybe I just accepted what was going to happen and knew all this was coming. I still miss her like mad and I'd do anything to go back and hug and talk to her again but I know I cant.

The service was nice and the wake was good as I saw my mums family who I haven't seen in over 17 years and it was great talking to them again. I said I'd keep in better contact with them because they're all really nice its just they live so far away. My oldest cousin made me laugh a lot and my uncle who went through cancer a few years ago (my mums oldest brother) still has the same stupid sense of humour that he's always had.

He's never flown until yesterday, so when one of my aunts from my Dad's side asked if he was scared of flying he said he wasn't but he was going to ask when he got on the plane if the pilots landings and take offs matched up number wise. :fp: :lol:


I’m glad it went as well as it could. Funerals are odd in that they can be the saddest day of your life, while also having happy/funny moments.


I think that's the point of them really though, you get the family together and everyone has a chat about the person and remembers all the good times together at the wake. They're an excuse to bring people together to try and grieve together, because realistically they're not even for the dead person since it doesn't matter to them anymore. It's for the people they leave behind.

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PostRe: TCRT 7: Episode 2 - Attack of The Chat
by Moggy » Tue Feb 05, 2019 10:14 am

Qikz wrote:
Moggy wrote:
Qikz wrote:
Rex Kramer wrote:
Qikz wrote:Funeral in 4 hours and I just get confirmation that I can have pets in the new flat I've been looking at and I've just paid the reservation fee to reserve the flat in my name. What a day.

How was yesterday? Did it all go well (or as well as can be expected)?


Well I held it together and cried a little bit managed to say part of what I wanted to say without tearing up. I don't know why I can't cry properly but I think I already cried so much when I heard she wasn't going to survive that maybe I just accepted what was going to happen and knew all this was coming. I still miss her like mad and I'd do anything to go back and hug and talk to her again but I know I cant.

The service was nice and the wake was good as I saw my mums family who I haven't seen in over 17 years and it was great talking to them again. I said I'd keep in better contact with them because they're all really nice its just they live so far away. My oldest cousin made me laugh a lot and my uncle who went through cancer a few years ago (my mums oldest brother) still has the same stupid sense of humour that he's always had.

He's never flown until yesterday, so when one of my aunts from my Dad's side asked if he was scared of flying he said he wasn't but he was going to ask when he got on the plane if the pilots landings and take offs matched up number wise. :fp: :lol:


I’m glad it went as well as it could. Funerals are odd in that they can be the saddest day of your life, while also having happy/funny moments.


I think that's the point of them really though, you get the family together and everyone has a chat about the person and remembers all the good times together at the wake. They're an excuse to bring people together to try and grieve together, because realistically they're not even for the dead person since it doesn't matter to them anymore. It's for the people they leave behind.


Yeah that’s true, it’s about the family/friends far more than the deceased.

One of the best nights out I ever had was after the funeral of a friend that was killed in tragic circumstances. The event/funeral was horrific, but the catching up and having drinks with people was great. I’d rather never do it again though!

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PostRe: TCRT 7: Episode 2 - Attack of The Chat
by Denster » Tue Feb 05, 2019 12:04 pm

Glad it went ok, SD.

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PostRe: TCRT 7: Episode 2 - Attack of The Chat
by Ironhide » Tue Feb 05, 2019 4:06 pm

Just found out I might be one of the oldest people in the country with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy.

Slightly worrying as I'm only 37.

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PostRe: TCRT 7: Episode 2 - Attack of The Chat
by Bunni » Tue Feb 05, 2019 9:58 pm

Not only do half my team no know of Beastie Boys but someone just referred to a person as a ‘worldwind’.

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PostRe: TCRT 7: Episode 2 - Attack of The Chat
by Corazon de Leon » Tue Feb 05, 2019 9:59 pm

I guess you could say it's like Another Dimension where you work, Donna. Try not to Sabotage their chances of promotion.

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PostRe: TCRT 7: Episode 2 - Attack of The Chat
by Pedz » Tue Feb 05, 2019 10:00 pm

Don't know beastie boys. Lucky them, wish I could erase them from memory.

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PostRe: TCRT 7: Episode 2 - Attack of The Chat
by Oblomov Boblomov » Tue Feb 05, 2019 10:38 pm

Ironhide wrote:Just found out I might be one of the oldest people in the country with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy.

Slightly worrying as I'm only 37.

Holy gooseberry fool. I mean that's rough but also pretty cool.

Probably worth finding out the stats so you can stake your claim.

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PostRe: TCRT 7: Episode 2 - Attack of The Chat
by Rocsteady » Tue Feb 05, 2019 10:46 pm

Pedz wrote:Don't know beastie boys. Lucky them, wish I could erase them from memory.

M8.

Intergalactic is a strawberry floating tune.

Let the beat... drooooooooppppppp

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PostRe: TCRT 7: Episode 2 - Attack of The Chat
by False » Wed Feb 06, 2019 10:03 am

gf very kindly cleaned the bathroom last night but the new soap for the bath is a little slippy

so I got in the shower and immediately fell and whacked my head on the side of the bath leaving a nice gash behind my ear

no concussion but my swede and shoulder are strawberry floating sore

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PostRe: TCRT 7: Episode 2 - Attack of The Chat
by Moggy » Wed Feb 06, 2019 10:50 am

False wrote:gf very kindly cleaned the bathroom last night but the new soap for the bath is a little slippy

so I got in the shower and immediately fell and whacked my head on the side of the bath leaving a nice gash behind my ear

no concussion but my swede and shoulder are strawberry floating sore


I was playing with a balloon last night and whacked my head into a wall. Quite a nice lump on my head this morning.

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PostRe: TCRT 7: Episode 2 - Attack of The Chat
by Albear » Wed Feb 06, 2019 10:59 am

Never realised moggy was a labrador puppy.

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PostRe: TCRT 7: Episode 2 - Attack of The Chat
by Preezy » Wed Feb 06, 2019 11:02 am

Albear wrote:Never realised moggy was a labrador puppy.

Shares all the same characteristics:

gooseberry fools on the floor
Whines all night
Has fleas
Humps everyone he meets
Is generally a good boy

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PostRe: TCRT 7: Episode 2 - Attack of The Chat
by Rex Kramer » Wed Feb 06, 2019 11:06 am

Rocsteady wrote:
Pedz wrote:Don't know beastie boys. Lucky them, wish I could erase them from memory.

M8.

Intergalactic is a strawberry floating tune.

Let the beat... drooooooooppppppp

Damn right and Paul's Boutique is one of the greatest hip hop albums ever made.

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PostRe: TCRT 7: Episode 2 - Attack of The Chat
by Moggy » Wed Feb 06, 2019 11:14 am

Albear wrote:Never realised moggy was a labrador puppy.


Labrador puppies are cute.

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PostRe: TCRT 7: Episode 2 - Attack of The Chat
by Karl » Wed Feb 06, 2019 3:06 pm

Moggy wrote:
Albear wrote:Never realised moggy was a labrador puppy.


Labrador puppies are cute.


Exactly :wub: :wub: :wub: :wub:

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PostRe: TCRT 7: Episode 2 - Attack of The Chat
by Ad7 » Wed Feb 06, 2019 3:54 pm

Labrador 'Cade checking in :wub:

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PostRe: TCRT 7: Episode 2 - Attack of The Chat
by Corazon de Leon » Wed Feb 06, 2019 4:27 pm

Karl wrote:
Moggy wrote:
Albear wrote:Never realised moggy was a labrador puppy.


Labrador puppies are cute.


Exactly :wub: :wub: :wub: :wub:


They’re strawberry floating mental too. Adorable wee things. :wub:

Even Moggy, a pupper named after a cat.

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PostRe: TCRT 7: Episode 2 - Attack of The Chat
by Pedz » Wed Feb 06, 2019 10:41 pm

Who is Bryan Singer and why is he a nonce?

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