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Unread 19 Jun 19, 02:03 PM  
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Originally Posted by Miss_Tangled View Post
Ive never heard anyone use the word prolly either.
Ive heard prolly before - more of a younger generation phrase.
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Unread 19 Jun 19, 05:20 PM  
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Originally Posted by bluedave View Post
Ive heard prolly before - more of a younger generation phrase.
Thats made me feel old
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Unread 19 Jun 19, 05:56 PM  
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Oops sorry that wasnt the intention. I should have said its a bit of a teenage phrase for some parts of the country😀
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My husband constantly making a cup of tea and then balancing the teaspoon on the edge of the sink/drainer rather than putting it in the sink.

Same husband washing up spoons and then leaving them the wrong way up to dry and I end up with little circles in the cup of the spoon where the water has gathered.

Despite taking up more walking and doing a six week, once a week PT class that means I can't walk properly for Saturday and Sunday I have only lost 2lb in 5 weeks.
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Unread 19 Jun 19, 10:12 PM  
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Originally Posted by EssexSue View Post
I expect they are the same people who are always surprised they have to pay at checkouts too!
My husband does that its soooo annoying, me I have my purse out whilst walking round still shopping, no he waits for the person at the till to finish saying how much it is and then reaches for his wallet.

I just realised two posts in a row about hubby, I wish he would just stop doing annoying things then I wouldn't have anything to comment on.

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My husband does that its soooo annoying, me I have my purse out whilst walking round still shopping, no he waits for the person at the till to finish saying how much it is and then reaches for his wallet.

I just realised two posts in a row about hubby, I wish he would just stop doing annoying things then I wouldn't have anything to comment on.
I'm with your hubby on this one, I wait to hear how much. I personally am rarely in such a rush to get somewhere that 30 seconds extra would matter.

I am being served, it is my turn, so I will the time that I need - if I get flustered it will take longer. (And I am awkward sometimes... if someone behind does the passive aggressive tut or foot shuffle - for the sake of literally 30 seconds, I might get a voucher out...)
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Unread 19 Jun 19, 10:31 PM  
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I'm with your hubby on this one, I wait to hear how much. I personally am rarely in such a rush to get somewhere that 30 seconds extra would matter.

I am being served, it is my turn, so I will the time that I need - if I get flustered it will take longer. (And I am awkward sometimes... if someone behind does the passive aggressive tut or foot shuffle - for the sake of literally 30 seconds, I might get a voucher out...)
Hope l am never behind you in a queue.
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Originally Posted by lindylou46 View Post
Hope l am never behind you in a queue.
oh well, we are all different

Some people hurry about, some people amble... I am one of life's amblers. It may annoy some, but I am me.
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