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    I don't think those ones were made for luv

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    For those oldies who are very much out of touch, bobble hats and knitted hats are very fashionable at the moment and those who teach teenager should know this


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    Not like those hat/balaclava jobs!

    I bought one of those Norwegian Dale hats with the 2 tassles on top at the weekend. The Mrs nearly had a Tener Lady moment laughing when I got home. I like it.

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    I like them too, the tassles would irritate me mind.


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    @ Taz: May be Wiltshire is a little behind the times (re: your other post that mentioned Kidderminster's offspring).

    I don't teach teenagers, it's them wot learns (re: my recent reference to lesson observation feedback and grading).

    Note to self: Must try harder.

    @ Spiritburner: "I bought one of those... ". It's your money!

    Gawd, I know I volunteered to be the one who provided the general nonsense, but I'm so knackered I can't comprehend my own Rowlocks.

    Don't even think it!



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    Pedantic

    Sorry just had to read your post 3 times before I made sense of it...

    Anyway, itchy balaclavas, I remember the lads wearing them when I was a kid, I was glad I didn't have to wear them. I had to wear itchy woolly tights mind...and woolly mitts on a string.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taz View Post



    Quote Originally Posted by pete_rbg View Post

    @ Taz: May be Wiltshire is a little behind the times (re: your other post that mentioned Kidderminster's offspring).

    I don't teach teenagers, it's them wot learns (re: my recent reference to lesson observation feedback and grading).

    Note to self: Must try harder.

    @ Spiritburner: "I bought one of those... ". It's your money!

    Gawd, I know I volunteered to be the one who provided the general nonsense, but I'm so knackered I can't comprehend my own Rowlocks.

    Don't even think it!


    Quote Originally Posted by pete_rbg View Post

    I don't teach teenagers, it's them wot learns (re: my recent reference to lesson observation feedback and grading).

    Note to self: Must try harder.

    @ Spiritburner: "I bought one of those... ". It's your money!

    Gawd, I know I volunteered to be the one who provided the general nonsense, but I'm so knackered I can't comprehend my own Rowlocks.

    Don't even think it!



    But you have had so much practice, it must have built up the stamina!!

    Anyhow, you have some stiff competition round these yer parts !!

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    Thought I'd watch Rhod Gilbert on beeb2 - so blinking knackered it took me several tries to work the remote!


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    I also posted something like: 'So you've already met me bros, Taz' (with reference to that nice photo). But I'm too knacked to find the post.

    Honest. I'm knacked.

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    Then go to bed!
    Quote Originally Posted by pete_rbg View Post

    I also posted something like: 'So you've already met me bros, Taz'
    Don't forget your bro can read this and is supposed to be more intelligent ( ), which is worrying when you look at that picture.

    Btw I had a few laughs finding that picture.




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    It's all a bit worrying, to me!

    Potentially, there's nothing to stop students (and colleagues) reading about Rowlocks - I'll have to bear that in mind when I'm writing the next assignment.

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    Only a few nutters read this

    Watching QI, eating crisps (which I shouldn't but I resisted unattended chocolate earlier) and just catching up on this online. Yes I'm online again, a flaming miracle. Anyway, not a bad evening.

    Can I ask a stupid question, what is a rowlock apart from a nautical thing?

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    I thought it was only a Nautical thing, you mean there may be a rude meaning .

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    Parental Controls Pete.

    Or whatever it's called on this site!

    Not for all public viewing...........

    HAAL For Taz...... he he.

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    What's a rowlock? My understanding is that it's the (usually metal) bracket that holds the (jesus, I can't even think of the word) oars onto the side of a rowing boat. Hence, 'row' - 'locks'.

    And it rhymes with poodles privates (kind of).

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    @ AR: Not that I know of. But don't ask husky, or we'll be here all night!

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    Back to pith helmets.Rember the TV. series " Taint Alf Hot Mum." quite fashonable in that programme. Cheers.

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    Why am I not surprised!

    Huskey stop confusing me!

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    @ waldo: Yeah, the image I had in mind was 'jolly good show, ol' boy', kinda thing.

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    I couldn't resist the choccy completely Taz But did only eat half a pack of Border's Dark Gingers but hey still a few hours left so chance to redeem myself and eat the lot

    Taz I have just finished watching a film "ALVH" any idea ?

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