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Have you lads noticed that with the advent of sunshine the entire London scene is awash with tight black pants (trousers/Female)
Now of course it does not concern me it just coincides with a marked rise in temperature that could be the onset of a virus?

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I certainly noticed it at lunch just now. The tighter the better, I say!

More a fan of those pedal-pusher things. With a cheeky bit of calf on display.

And of course, the short skirt and knee-high boots! <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/laugh.gif" alt="" />

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....not forgetting the hand cuffs and whip!!

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Unfortuantely, the secretaries of the City dont seem to be allowed to wear that to work.



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I certainly noticed it at lunch just now.


What bloody time do you have lunch then, seeing as you were still gracing my living room when I left for work???

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I had a light snack at about 12.30pm

I didnt have any breakfast. You moaned last time I ate your Shreddies

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Come to think of it, what are you doing on here? Havent you got some bloody work to be getting on with?!!

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I partake of luncheon at a respectable hour.

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I like to think of the 12.30 jaunt as more of a 'brunch'.

Perhaps a spot of lunch mid-afternoon. Followed by tea and crumpet(s).

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You are actually at work, aren't you?

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Of course. but I like to spread my meals throughout the day to keep the strength up.

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oo, look at these lovely legs:

Click here

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oo, look at these lovely legs:

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Sara, don't want to come the heavy handed social worker but I do have to take account of Child Protection Act. Showing your assets on here is not too sensible a thing to do!!!!!!!!!!!

Ok so I'm also jealous!!!

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Lass is right. Have you seen the dodgy old geezers on here?!

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Lass is right. Have you seen the dodgy old geezers on here?!


Are we thinking along the same lines Firstborn?!!!!!!!! While he's otherwise occupied, just how old is your Invisible Paterfamilias??

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A Mere baby !!

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Yeh, and I'm a mermaid!!!!

Unless Firstborn is head of the family........interesting!!!!!!

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I bloody well ought to be.
And if her were 23, that would make him a year younger than me. Now, I'm not a doctor or scientific expert, but...............

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Mermaids, hmmmm. They're ok but they do smell a bit fishy...

When I was about 18 I wrote an epic poem about a mermaid. Also one about a remarkable lady called Emily, with a sequel about Big Rod, Son of Emily.

I was young and foolish.




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