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Postby neilpfox » 14 Feb 2013, 13:47

So anyone doing anything for this stoopid day?

I've got her a box of choccies and a card and we're just having a night in with a decent meal.

I'm sure whatever we do though, it will be better than what Oscar Pistorious has done... :shock:
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Re: Valentine's Day

Postby rbt2 » 14 Feb 2013, 13:51

It's our boys' birthday today so we are off to see Wreck It Ralph this evening.
Followed by a pizza.
Got her a card and put a fiver in it telling her to get herself summat nice.
And I want the change.
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Re: Valentine's Day

Postby neilpfox » 14 Feb 2013, 14:04

Make sure you get a reciept, you don't wanna be short changed now.

I might get some roses, but I've got to cycle home from work today and I don't think they'd survive the journey.
Plus the local shop near us (Spar), sells them at £2 each!! :evil:
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Re: Valentine's Day

Postby El Mag » 14 Feb 2013, 14:09

So that's why she phoned me earlier and said there's a fiver in it if I meet her behind the The Foresters Arms tonight Royston?

Well we're not doing anything because we don't need a day to say we love each other, because we show it everyday. Like yesterday I took the wheelie bin back and put her a box of McCain crinkle cut micro chips in the microwave. And when she finally got them after she finished ironing, putting the fence back up and running me a Radox bath she bloody enjoyed them I reckon.
Like a midget at a urinal, I was going to have to stay on my toes.
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Re: Valentine's Day

Postby rbt2 » 14 Feb 2013, 14:16

El Mag wrote:So that's why she phoned me earlier and said there's a fiver in it if I meet her behind the The Foresters Arms tonight Royston?

Well we're not doing anything because we don't need a day to say we love each other, because we show it everyday. Like yesterday I took the wheelie bin back and put her a box of McCain crinkle cut micro chips in the microwave. And when she finally got them after she finished ironing, putting the fence back up and running me a Radox bath she bloody enjoyed them I reckon.

:lol:
And they say romance is dead!
In all seriuesement though, we are nearing our 40's (although I have been told I could pass for 24 and rightly so) so this loada bollox don't hold the enchantment that it once f**king did.
As previously stated, it is junior's birthday which obviously takes precedence.
Which is a good job really cos I have always been one romantic c**t.
Innit.
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Re: Valentine's Day

Postby El Mag » 14 Feb 2013, 14:37

We've been together for long enough and she knows me too well so if I got her flowers, chocolates or any of that shite she'd think I was hiding something and was trying to cover up.

I do regret promising her a romantic night out tonight though. She'll be proper p**sed off when I drop her and my mum off at bingo then I f**k off to the Indian for me chicken dopiaza, poppadoms and bombay taters.
Like a midget at a urinal, I was going to have to stay on my toes.
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Re: Valentine's Day

Postby rbt2 » 14 Feb 2013, 14:42

I reckon you Northern working class scum and us Southern working class scum are very similar in all but geography cos my mum and my nan loved Bingo.
I quite fancy a game of Bingo now.
As an aside, my mum won a faaaaasand paaaaaand playing Bingo a few years ago.
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Re: Valentine's Day

Postby FishyGinger » 14 Feb 2013, 14:46

I remember my first one with a lady. Bought her a coconut and some colouring felt tip pens (she wasn't 5, she was a geography student so made sense) Wonder why she dumped me.......

Nawt a thing really. I'll get her some choccies she likes but I've told her I don't like the thought of valentines day. We'll cook something together then watch homeland. Then we're staying in all day on saturday so I can give her my present again and again (a board game called pass the bomb)
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Re: Valentine's Day

Postby rbt2 » 14 Feb 2013, 14:59

FishyGinger wrote:I remember my first one with a lady. Bought her a coconut and some colouring felt tip pens (she wasn't 5, she was a geography student so made sense) Wonder why she dumped me.......

Nawt a thing really. I'll get her some choccies she likes but I've told her I don't like the thought of valentines day. We'll cook something together then watch homeland. Then we're staying in all day on saturday so I can give her my present again and again (a board game called pass the bomb)

Jimmy Savile still lives.
And you are he.
And I claim my £5.
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Re: Valentine's Day

Postby El Mag » 14 Feb 2013, 15:10

It's her own fault for climbing into the back of a van that smelt of chloroform just for some felt tips.
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Re: Valentine's Day

Postby FishyGinger » 14 Feb 2013, 15:19

El Mag wrote:It's her own fault for climbing into the back of a van that smelt of chloroform just for some felt tips.


Some of them had glitter in, would you be able to resist?
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Re: Valentine's Day

Postby rbt2 » 14 Feb 2013, 15:22

FishyGinger wrote:
El Mag wrote:It's her own fault for climbing into the back of a van that smelt of chloroform just for some felt tips.


Some of them had glitter in, would you be able to resist?

My God!
It's worse than I thought!
You are Jimmy Savile with more than a dash of Gary Glitter!
Keep your £5 cos you disgust me!
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Re: Valentine's Day

Postby FishyGinger » 14 Feb 2013, 16:19

Well if you're going to be a sexual predator you might as well go the whole hog. That's also why I have a pet pig, Squealy.
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Re: Valentine's Day

Postby shellster2 » 14 Feb 2013, 16:59

Mrs Shellster and I don't really do anything for Valentine's day, although we are having a chinese later so i've been reliably told. If i bought her chocs she'd tell me it's a waste as she wants to lose weight. flowers and cards a no-no as they're a waste of money she'd say. She's a nightmare (but a cheap date). Still, as we've been together since 1997 we're a bit too old to be mugged by this day. I am allowed to 'make her a card though'. Why would i want to do that?!
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Re: Valentine's Day

Postby rbt2 » 14 Feb 2013, 17:45

I love the fact that it is 1600 hours and 42 minutes and yet it is still light.
I love that.
Also, we will be going to the pictures in roughly an hour.
And then on to Pizza Hut which is nearby.
I prefer Dominos meself but beggars yadda yadda.....blah blah f**king blah.
So, Doms or PH?
Which is best?
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