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121 Re: Bonce's own personal thread. Volume VI on Wed Feb 07 2018, 13:48

y2johnny


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or we could just change my username to guest so when i delete my account in a strop again no one will notice Smile

122 Re: Bonce's own personal thread. Volume VI on Wed Feb 07 2018, 14:07

boltonbonce

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@Natasha Whittam wrote:Delete the site, do us all a favour. It's only going to get worse as Boncey gets deeper into his retirement.
I might drop dead. That would be a result. Cool

123 Re: Bonce's own personal thread. Volume VI on Wed Feb 07 2018, 14:22

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@boltonbonce wrote:
@Natasha Whittam wrote:Delete the site, do us all a favour. It's only going to get worse as Boncey gets deeper into his retirement.
I might drop dead. That would be a result. Cool

No it wouldn't - and not something anyone should be joking about either as I actually knew a bloke who passed away the day after he retired.

124 Re: Bonce's own personal thread. Volume VI on Wed Feb 07 2018, 15:00

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@Sluffy wrote:
@boltonbonce wrote:
@Natasha Whittam wrote:Delete the site, do us all a favour. It's only going to get worse as Boncey gets deeper into his retirement.
I might drop dead. That would be a result. Cool

No it wouldn't - and not something anyone should be joking about either as I actually knew a bloke who passed away the day after he retired.

I knew three. One went after 2 weeks,the other two lasted around eight months. Is it a coincidence? They all seemed to be getting along fine after retirement,and were enjoying,or so it seemed,a new lease of life.
A couple of the marriages came under strain,but that's to be expected when two people are suddenly thrown together for much of the day.
Can't sat I'm going to worry about it though. What will be will be.

125 Re: Bonce's own personal thread. Volume VI on Wed Feb 07 2018, 15:13

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Many retirees are unaware of what a shock it is to suddenly be thrown into a way of life they really weren't prepared for. For many they think they're on the scrap heap, and of no use to anyone. Others go charging ahead with lots of plans, and in so doing missing the point of retirement. One thing I didn't get used to straight away, was suddenly becoming an official pensioner Very Happy I made very few plans, just rolling along happily. I refused to act as my grandsons babysitter during the week, and bit by bit did what I wanted to do, even to the point where I had a job last summer delivering new cars all over the country. I'm starting another one soon, back at the old place I worked, but in a very different role. I worked, and will be working part time, (zero hours), so will come and go as I like.
The point I'm making is that were all different, but we all have to understand that we need to take some 'me time', until we know what we want to do.

126 Re: Bonce's own personal thread. Volume VI on Wed Feb 07 2018, 15:19

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@gloswhite wrote:Many retirees are unaware of what a shock it is to suddenly be thrown into a way of life they really weren't prepared for. For many they think they're on the scrap heap, and of no use to anyone. Others go charging ahead with lots of plans, and in so doing missing the point of retirement. One thing I didn't get used to straight away, was suddenly becoming an official pensioner Very Happy I made very few plans, just rolling along happily. I refused to act as my grandsons babysitter during the week, and bit by bit did what I wanted to do, even to the point where I had a job last summer delivering new cars all over the country. I'm starting another one soon, back at the old place I worked, but in a very different role. I worked, and will be working part time, (zero hours), so will come and go as I like.
The point I'm making is that were all different, but we all have to understand that we need to take some 'me time', until we know what we want to do.
Exactly. At the moment I'm simply enjoying the fact that I can lie in bed for a little longer than usual.
Some people think themselves old,I've seen it happen.
In my head I'm 12. That'll do for me. Bring on the Summer.

127 Re: Bonce's own personal thread. Volume VI on Wed Feb 07 2018, 15:32

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@Sluffy wrote:
@boltonbonce wrote:
@Natasha Whittam wrote:Delete the site, do us all a favour. It's only going to get worse as Boncey gets deeper into his retirement.
I might drop dead. That would be a result. Cool

No it wouldn't - and not something anyone should be joking about either as I actually knew a bloke who passed away the day after he retired.

Wow! I completely agree and something that shouldn't be joked about. 

Life is precious Boncey! Smile

128 Re: Bonce's own personal thread. Volume VI on Wed Feb 07 2018, 15:34

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@y2johnny wrote:or we could just change my username to guest so when i delete my account in a strop again no one will notice Smile
I wish you wouldn't keep deleting your account in a strop.

It gives me a real headache having to piss about renaming them! Razz Very Happy Very Happy

129 Re: Bonce's own personal thread. Volume VI on Wed Feb 07 2018, 15:47

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@karlypants wrote:
@Sluffy wrote:
@boltonbonce wrote:
@Natasha Whittam wrote:Delete the site, do us all a favour. It's only going to get worse as Boncey gets deeper into his retirement.
I might drop dead. That would be a result. Cool

No it wouldn't - and not something anyone should be joking about either as I actually knew a bloke who passed away the day after he retired.

Wow! I completely agree and something that shouldn't be joked about. 

Life is precious Boncey! Smile

Kid: but mom I don’t want to see grandma Mom: shut up and keep digging

130 Re: Bonce's own personal thread. Volume VI on Wed Feb 07 2018, 16:15

y2johnny


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@gloswhite wrote:Many retirees are unaware of what a shock it is to suddenly be thrown into a way of life they really weren't prepared for. For many they think they're on the scrap heap, and of no use to anyone. Others go charging ahead with lots of plans, and in so doing missing the point of retirement. One thing I didn't get used to straight away, was suddenly becoming an official pensioner Very Happy I made very few plans, just rolling along happily. I refused to act as my grandsons babysitter during the week, and bit by bit did what I wanted to do, even to the point where I had a job last summer delivering new cars all over the country. I'm starting another one soon, back at the old place I worked, but in a very different role. I worked, and will be working part time, (zero hours), so will come and go as I like.
The point I'm making is that were all different, but we all have to understand that we need to take some 'me time', until we know what we want to do.
You didnt deliver a vauxhall mokka a couple of years ago on salford quays?

131 Re: Bonce's own personal thread. Volume VI on Wed Feb 07 2018, 16:26

karlypants

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@boltonbonce wrote:
@karlypants wrote:
@Sluffy wrote:
@boltonbonce wrote:
@Natasha Whittam wrote:Delete the site, do us all a favour. It's only going to get worse as Boncey gets deeper into his retirement.
I might drop dead. That would be a result. Cool

No it wouldn't - and not something anyone should be joking about either as I actually knew a bloke who passed away the day after he retired.

Wow! I completely agree and something that shouldn't be joked about. 

Life is precious Boncey! Smile

Kid: but mom I don’t want to see grandma Mom: shut up and keep digging
I was going to say that I would actually miss your enjoyment on here.  Wink

132 Re: Bonce's own personal thread. Volume VI on Wed Feb 07 2018, 16:28

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I'm worried about my tattoo KP. I'm bound to faint,and end up you know where.

133 Re: Bonce's own personal thread. Volume VI on Wed Feb 07 2018, 16:51

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@y2johnny wrote:
@gloswhite wrote:Many retirees are unaware of what a shock it is to suddenly be thrown into a way of life they really weren't prepared for. For many they think they're on the scrap heap, and of no use to anyone. Others go charging ahead with lots of plans, and in so doing missing the point of retirement. One thing I didn't get used to straight away, was suddenly becoming an official pensioner Very Happy I made very few plans, just rolling along happily. I refused to act as my grandsons babysitter during the week, and bit by bit did what I wanted to do, even to the point where I had a job last summer delivering new cars all over the country. I'm starting another one soon, back at the old place I worked, but in a very different role. I worked, and will be working part time, (zero hours), so will come and go as I like.
The point I'm making is that were all different, but we all have to understand that we need to take some 'me time', until we know what we want to do.
You didnt deliver a vauxhall mokka a couple of years ago on salford quays?
No mate. Only delivered good cars. Beamers, Mercs, Volvos, Mazdas,  Smile not to mention bloody big white vans, Boxers, etc.
Good fun, and the vans were the best to drive as well.  Very Happy

134 Re: Bonce's own personal thread. Volume VI on Wed Feb 07 2018, 17:53

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@boltonbonce wrote:A couple of the marriages came under strain,but that's to be expected when two people are suddenly thrown together for much of the day.

How does Breadman feel about you being around all day?

135 Re: Bonce's own personal thread. Volume VI on Wed Feb 07 2018, 17:56

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@Natasha Whittam wrote:
@boltonbonce wrote:A couple of the marriages came under strain,but that's to be expected when two people are suddenly thrown together for much of the day.

How does Breadman feel about you being around all day?
He's in Spain.

136 Re: Bonce's own personal thread. Volume VI on Wed Feb 07 2018, 18:07

boltonbonce

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Very Happy 

137 Re: Bonce's own personal thread. Volume VI on Thu Feb 08 2018, 14:05

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138 Re: Bonce's own personal thread. Volume VI on Thu Feb 08 2018, 14:18

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Do any of you oldies remember Mantunna Tea? Very popular brand when I was a lad in Farnworth.

Don't see it now.

139 Re: Bonce's own personal thread. Volume VI on Thu Feb 08 2018, 14:35

gloswhite

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@boltonbonce wrote:Do any of you oldies remember Mantunna Tea? Very popular brand when I was a lad in Farnworth.

Don't see it now.
Never heard of it. Must mean I'm still a youngster  Smile

140 Re: Bonce's own personal thread. Volume VI on Thu Feb 08 2018, 14:46

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@boltonbonce wrote:Do any of you oldies remember Mantunna Tea? Very popular brand when I was a lad in Farnworth.

Don't see it now.

Yes I remember the name but we always drank PG Tips at our house.

You can still buy it on Amazon apparently.

141 Re: Bonce's own personal thread. Volume VI on Thu Feb 08 2018, 14:51

Norpig

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Wait till Nat sees this, slippers and tea-bags  Laughing

142 Re: Bonce's own personal thread. Volume VI on Thu Feb 08 2018, 16:06

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Here's an original pkt. The guy opened it,and it tasted ok,after all these years.

143 Re: Bonce's own personal thread. Volume VI on Thu Feb 08 2018, 16:41

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@Norpig wrote:Wait till Nat sees this, slippers and tea-bags  Laughing
She barges onto my thread whenever she likes these days. Don't know what she's looking for,but I always count the cutlery.

144 Re: Bonce's own personal thread. Volume VI on Thu Feb 08 2018, 16:51

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This thread could drive people to suicide. Slippers? Tea?

You absolute bellends.

145 Re: Bonce's own personal thread. Volume VI on Thu Feb 08 2018, 16:51

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Very Happy

146 Re: Bonce's own personal thread. Volume VI on Thu Feb 08 2018, 20:58

BoltonTillIDie

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That’s a skanky keyboard

147 Re: Bonce's own personal thread. Volume VI on Sat Feb 10 2018, 05:12

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148 Re: Bonce's own personal thread. Volume VI on Mon Feb 12 2018, 16:15

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Right,I've had it with windows cumulative update 1709,which is refusing to install on one of my computers.
I'm not the only one having a problem with it by all accounts. Thank God for my Macs.
Windows sucks.

149 Re: Bonce's own personal thread. Volume VI on Mon Feb 12 2018, 16:20

karlypants

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@boltonbonce wrote:Right,I've had it with windows cumulative update 1709,which is refusing to install on one of my computers.
I'm not the only one having a problem with it by all accounts. Thank God for my Macs.
Windows sucks.
Microsoft have made a right boob with Windows 10 and its pain in the arse updates.

Windows 7 was better.

150 Re: Bonce's own personal thread. Volume VI on Mon Feb 12 2018, 16:26

karlypants

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I popped to Tesco yesterday afternoon to do the usual weekly big shop only to find that I had to join one of the snakes queues for checkout...



I think it really has come to the point where people need to start packing their own fecking shopping instead of standing there looking pretty whilst the cashier scans the goods and then bags them all.

No joke! Evil or Very Mad

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