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Room 101

Discussion in 'Games' started by PiggyOwner, Apr 3, 2016.

  1. Squeakz

    Squeakz Adult Guinea Pig

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    The old people who ask to go in front of you in the checkout queue at during your lunch break. You have 1-2 items they have an entire cartload but these old retired folks are in SUCH A HURRY. They worried they might die while waiting in line at the supermarket?
     
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  2. Tim

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    I'd play with them and be even slower packing. 'Accidentally' forget an item and wonder off to get it :D :))
     
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  3. Cavy Kung-Fu

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    Or buses that don't show up/drive straight past you. Like right now. And I'm sitting in the freezing cold, now I'm going to be late to work... XD
     
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  4. Cavy Kung-Fu

    Cavy Kung-Fu Adult Guinea Pig

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    Guinea pig breeders, because you hear that a breeder you sort of know doesn't want to breed abys anymore so is looking to dump 17 of them into a rescue so they can focus on breeding Rex's and Californians :no:
     
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  5. Squeakz

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    Wow! just .. no words for that one.

    I would like to put noisy neighbors in room 101 for obvious reasons.
     
  6. Tiny

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    @Squeakz I'm with you on that! The biggest problem for me is paper thin walls and I think my neighbours genuinely don't realise that! I'm in a first floor flat and have neighbours each side (though one of those has been empty all the while I've lived here) and below and weirdly I hear my downstairs neighbour the most! I was woken up by the water pipe noise when my neighbour had a bath... at 2am! Can't knock their decision to have a bath at that time, but it's amazing how loud the water noise is with the relative quiet at that time!
     
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    No no Tiny. You'll be old sometime & then you will be just the same. Lol
     
  8. Tiny

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    I really hope I don't get more curmudgeonly :))
     
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  9. Claire W

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    Can I please put my supposingly 'support team" who I have had no contact with for at leat 6 weeks! x
     
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    :hug:just because :hug:
     
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  11. Claire W

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    Thank you. I do understand that the NHS are very stretched right night. but I am feeling very let down at this moment in time xx
     
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    I know the feeling. I get more worked up about it then my other half who is being treated by mental health team in North Wales. Then they wonder why people give up :no:
     
  13. Claire W

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    To be honest, I am in the verge of giving up :(

    I only see my CPN once every 6 weeks. She didn't bother to show up for last weeks apoibtment (which is nothing new) :( I'm not contacting her in the hope that she remembers who I am but it's looking doubtful :( x
     
  14. Tiny

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    @Claire W I'd urge you to try and contact her, or the CMHT at least, as it's terribly bad form for them to not turn up without giving you notice or a reason. If you don't contact them, it could be seen by them that you don't need/want the support, and you obviously do. I'd contact the CMHT if I were you, that way you don't have to speak to your CPN if you're (understandably) feeling let down. It can be a real fight to get and maintain support, and when you're feeling vulnerable it's an immense struggle but please try to keep those links open :( :hug:
     
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    Used car dealers. And their practices. And how when you challenge them on legal principles they little woman you (metaphorically) and try the usual psychological manipulation techniques.
     
  16. Squeakz

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    I'd like to put KIDS in room 101 today. Just for the day, sort of like a penalty box!
     
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    Can we make that all smart phones? If we go out I often leave mine either at home or in my handbag and only use it if I need to (or if I want to make a point). After a couple of months of my OH not having one he is back and on it constantly. In bed before I fall asleep I can see the blue light glowing and then by the time I wake up he is already awake and on it again! I often have to ask him to put it down if we are watching a film or tv series together. I have a close friend who is very similar and have been to dinner many times where I might as well have been there by myself cos all she does is chat away on facebook/whatsapp on her phone. Don't get me wrong I love mine (when it works) and its helped my anxiety by knowing that I can get maps etc at the touch of a button if I need it (I used to plan simple train journeys for days but now don't worry) but I am fed up with people constantly staring at a phone and ignoring those around them
     
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    We have a gadget amnesty when we go out for a meal - no phones until coffee unless it's to take a group photo. Otherwise we have had similar issues to you, @Lady Kelly with people engaging in virtual conversation rather than real conversation with those present!
     
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    I would be banning them from the bedroom if I didn't use mine for my alarm lol! I have already banned tv from the bedroom (with the exception of when we were having building work in the living room)
     
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