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About hazelgirl

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  • Birthday 23/01/1983

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  1. I never stood a chance of getting any of them you are all too good lol great idea though Mr Fire
  2. Only a mere scatter cover in Manchester when we were supposed to be hit with a dump load last night, kinda glad that didn't happen. Not easy leading giddy horses in snow and ice lol
  3. I really do wish my Mum would give up
  4. My Mum suffers with COPD, she has an inhaler to take morning and night with a 2nd one for as and when needed. She does still smoke and has become to believe she would be far worse with the stress of giving up now she's in her 70's, I know I know what you're going to say but no talking to her will convince her, I wouldn't say she was a heavy smoker but even a couple a day to too many.
  5. Hahahaha I read it as Underpants too and only realised it wasn't till I read this oops
  6. Fish paste surely that nastiness is against the law anyways
  7. Oh secondary school was a whole different ball game G, by then my Mum gave up making sandwiches because we lived in the pub and she just gave me money which I very wisely (or not) spent on as much chocolate and crisps as I could stretch it to, even though the canteens at the school were very good I have to say.
  8. Not far from me is Chadderton, only 4 or 5 miles up the now built M60
  9. Another thing I miss about being a kid was when my Dad had me at a weekend he used to work overtime on a Saturday morning, I was trusted from around 9/10 years old to get myself up, get a bowl of cereal and watch my morning cartoons, he was usually home for around half 12. Or I used to get dressed, grab my bike, lock the door and go and call on for a friend and we went on bike rides through the woods. No mobile phones to tell Dad that I was going out, I never left a note I don't recall and there was never any panic I just came back when I wanted, he was either in or he was having a pint at the local boozer 100 yards away. Maybe it was then he decided to distract me by getting me my first Pony at 11 at least then he knew for sure I'd be at the farm
  10. I know I used to have primary school dinners in the very beginning but I couldn't tell you if there were good, bad or indifferent, however as I got into mid to late primary around the 8 or 9 age mum decided to send me with a packed lunch omg that god awful teddy shaped ham (well meat of sorts) on a sandwich and the blomange type munch bunch yogurts, yakety yak, palmed off or binned they went. I was too scared to tell her I didn't like them so suffered for years and a penguin bar mostly lol. Never any fruit or healthy like, I know nowadays packed lunches are inspected to check all is acceptable
  11. I miss going to my Dad's at the weekend and being a spoilt little princess, being able to watch Saturday morning kids TV blissfully ignorant to the troubles of the world. I miss my Nana (Dad's Mum) she was such a beautiful warm family lady, all birthday parties before the family fell out were always at Nana & Grandads. Nana's stash of sweets and chocolate in the livingroom cabinet, me and my cousins all got sent home with a packet of tissues and some sweets in little party bags Grandad's colouring draw in another sideboard, full off all art and craft delights.
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