Things that get ignored in the hope that they go away.

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Re: Things that get ignored in the hope that they go away.

Postby Cyril Haearn » 2 Jul 2020, 2:47pm

Awful hot sunny bright weather, 30° plus
Unlike some other things it shall go away soon enough, the days are already getting shorter :wink:
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Re: Things that get ignored in the hope that they go away.

Postby Oldjohnw » 3 Jul 2020, 2:43pm

Finding blood in my urine today. Can't ignore it.
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Re: Things that get ignored in the hope that they go away.

Postby Bonefishblues » 3 Jul 2020, 2:45pm

Wise.

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Re: Things that get ignored in the hope that they go away.

Postby thirdcrank » 3 Jul 2020, 5:16pm

Oldjohnw wrote:Finding blood in my urine today. Can't ignore it.


I hope you can get this sorted out pronto. The past few months have not been the best of times for anything like this.

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Re: Things that get ignored in the hope that they go away.

Postby Oldjohnw » 3 Jul 2020, 5:20pm

thirdcrank wrote:
Oldjohnw wrote:Finding blood in my urine today. Can't ignore it.


I hope you can get this sorted out pronto. The past few months have not been the best of times for anything like this.


Thanks.
Probably wrong thread!

I did an online form and within 3 minutes in of submitting it I got a phone call from the doctor asking me in next week for blood tests.
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Re: Things that get ignored in the hope that they go away.

Postby reohn2 » 3 Jul 2020, 5:24pm

Bonefishblues wrote:Wise.

Seconded.
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Re: Things that get ignored in the hope that they go away.

Postby Bonefishblues » 3 Jul 2020, 5:28pm

Oldjohnw wrote:
thirdcrank wrote:
Oldjohnw wrote:Finding blood in my urine today. Can't ignore it.


I hope you can get this sorted out pronto. The past few months have not been the best of times for anything like this.


Thanks.
Probably wrong thread!

I did an online form and within 3 minutes in of submitting it I got a phone call from the doctor asking me in next week for blood tests.

In my recent personal experience there's plenty of doctors itching to get their hands on patients at the moment, so I hope it's quick all the way through.

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Re: Things that get ignored in the hope that they go away.

Postby Morzedec » 14 Jul 2020, 5:04pm

People who let their dog foul - and hope that they are not spotted:

Caught one this afternoon - made her pick it up, barehanded. She won't be back.

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Re: Things that get ignored in the hope that they go away.

Postby Cyril Haearn » 14 Jul 2020, 5:06pm

B*****t, This Madness :?
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Re: Things that get ignored in the hope that they go away.

Postby NATURAL ANKLING » 14 Jul 2020, 6:09pm

Hi,
Cyril Haearn wrote:B*****t, This Madness :?

No repeats Cyril :P
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Re: Things that get ignored in the hope that they go away.

Postby al_yrpal » 14 Jul 2020, 7:04pm

Annoying individuals on this forum....

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Re: Things that get ignored in the hope that they go away.

Postby peetee » 14 Jul 2020, 7:50pm

DIY
Housework
Anything involving driving.
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Back on two wheels in deepest Pastyland and loving every minute. Mission: to enjoy big, bad hills again.

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Re: Things that get ignored in the hope that they go away.

Postby Morzedec » 14 Jul 2020, 8:28pm

Ginster's so-called pasties.

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Re: Things that get ignored in the hope that they go away.

Postby Mick F » 14 Jul 2020, 9:06pm

Morzedec wrote:Ginster's so-called pasties.
There's a good few people we know who work at Ginsters.
No-one there would tell you that they are brilliant Cornish Pasties, but they sell them by the million, so some folk like them!
They also have a whole section making sandwiches as well. Tesco buy them and other major outlets.

Meanwhile, during this Covid issue, the high-street sandwich shops have closed and packed up ......... discussed on the radio over the last week or so ................... and Ginsters supplied many of them with sarnies ........... and not just pasties either.

Ginsters have taken a hit it's true ...........but they saw the issues coming .................. and now supply hospitals and the NHS ............. and are doing well.
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Re: Things that get ignored in the hope that they go away.

Postby al_yrpal » 14 Jul 2020, 9:33pm

Ginsters are only just in Cornwall and what they make are only just pasties... But, decent pasties are also made in Devon too. In Silverton they make very nice pasties in the Cornish style. In the Crusty Cob in Honiton you can buy very nice Devon pasties without the horrid useless crimped pastry part. Wish they would make that bit go away.

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