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You must have been and still apparently are, a very needy child !!!!! ROFL
What is THAT answering?
Who was surprised??
Maybe I am obsessive.
Nah, just interested. Who thew hell is surprised at what?
No. Not needy then, not needy now. Just an average Joe. Or, in this case Baz.
Oh, and who, I can't wait any longer. I waited for your questions and they didn't come.
Answering nothing, I thought that was what you did on this site ? No matter I'm sure ap and Elsie are in paroxyms of glee at this 'dry Aussie wit' of yours. Or was that meant to be am or pm or something.
PMT more like it
what about compulsory driving and medical tests
regularly after the age of 65?
65? God, there are a lot of 65 year olds that are more alert, more alive, fitter, adn far more comfortable behind the wheel than a lot of 25 year olds. Medical tests and driving tests are reserved for those drivers that need them, not on an age basis. You will notice that it would ONLY be the young More...
from,you made me laugh now......lol,lol,lol
thanks for all the amusements
and jenny whats that'am'or 'Pm'??????????
explain plz...
Aaaaah, I'm going to bed now. REALLY bored
The cake has been eaten, the candles blown out,
the song has been sung, we've made the last cheer.
But the wishes go on for happiness for you
Not just today, but will continue all year.

Happy birthday!
I am not that young but it was meant for Beehive who said no one over 65 should be allowed to drive. Mental function and reaction time both get worse as people get older. Did you ever read the survey R.A.C.Q. I think where it showed that most people think they are better than average drivers. Not possible.
to Deb
Victoria does QB'day on 12 June also, and so I think does NSW. NZ does it differently - in October? or earlier in June? Any kiwis on line to confirm which?
We had Mothers Day yesterday. With 7 friends from my workplace, we joined around 19,000 other people on the 'Mothers Day Classic'. This was a walk (or run) of 4 or 8km, round the Tan, which goes round the Botanic Gardens in Melbourne, to raise money for Breast Cancer Research. It is an issue close More...
What a great way to celebrate Mothers day. Truely unselfish like a good mum.
I didn't mean to have a go at any one who had a day of pampering on Mothers day. You all deserve it and I made sure my mum was well looked after. I don't think I'll ever be a mum sadly.
Wow! One year! Thanks for the great site!
hi Louise
I'm sad you won't ever be a mum. I wasn't till I was in my late thirties and until I had my first child I really had no idea what it would be like. Some movie I saw called it a roller coaster ride and that's absolutely true. I'm sure you will find joy in other ways but to anyone hesitating out there I say go for it. It's quite a ride!
Almost midnight. My electronically knowing husband tells me that computer clocks don't actually keep in touch with real time, except when you turn them on. They drift a bit as the hours go by. They aren't linked to anything except a mechanism inside the box. Maybe this explains why the next day's site comes on a minute or two 'late' according to my computer clock.
Yes, go to bed Baz, you are obviously drunk.
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