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    lol.... you two are hillarious!

    Kind of a rainy day. Took the tractor to a friends house to disc up her garden. Will have to take the tiller over to finish the job in a day or two, once it dries out a bit.....

    Ran some errands. Got to bed about 4pm..... got up at 8pm... no rest for the wicked... it's gonna be a loooooooong night!

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    Oh Doc - just lock your door and have a kip !!!!!!
    "never let the truth get in the way of a good story "

    ...small steps....

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    Quote Originally Posted by NZ primal Gwamma View Post
    Oh Doc - just lock your door and have a kip !!!!!!
    If I had an office with a door, I might have a kip (if that means nap).... but I work in "Cubicle-world".... thank the gods for coffee and 5 hour energy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ssn679doc View Post
    If I had an office with a door, I might have a kip (if that means nap).... but I work in "Cubicle-world".... thank the gods for coffee and 5 hour energy!
    I've worked with people who kip on the desk - in an open plan office.
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    Quote Originally Posted by badgergirl View Post
    I've worked with people who kip on the desk - in an open plan office.
    I'm guessing "kip" means nap or sleep..... I could do that, but I would drool all over the desk calendar/blotter... messy thing that..

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    Quote Originally Posted by ssn679doc View Post
    I'm guessing "kip" means nap or sleep..... I could do that, but I would drool all over the desk calendar/blotter... messy thing that..
    In Blighty, Northerners kip, but pansy Southerners (I am one) nap.
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    Quote Originally Posted by badgergirl View Post
    In Blighty, Northerners kip, but pansy Southerners (I am one) nap.
    So there is a "Mason-Dixon" line that divides Northerners from Southerners?.... Call a Southerner in the US a pansy.... and thems fightin words! lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by ssn679doc View Post
    So there is a "Mason-Dixon" line that divides Northerners from Southerners?.... Call a Southerner in the US a pansy.... and thems fightin words! lol
    Sorta - I'd say anything Manchester or above is The North. Anything between the Home Counties and Manchester is the Midlands (despised by top and bottom) and Home Counties down equals The South. However, the West is different again - Somerset and so on.
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    my oldest had a pommie babysitter from london when she was about 10. she used to refer to people being wierd from "north of the river" and she meant the thames!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by seaweed View Post
    my oldest had a pommie babysitter from london when she was about 10. she used to refer to people being wierd from "north of the river" and she meant the thames!!!
    Absolutely! Huge North-South divide in London. When I met the husband I was a North-West London girl, but we moved East and then South (East and South are both poorer, East End = trad Cockney; Sarf London = labourer).
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