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    Quote Originally Posted by GracelessFawn View Post
    I'm gonna meet my lover.
    Battery or solar powered?

    Oops, sorry





    Quote Originally Posted by Bogon View Post
    ^ Please don't say he lives in Japan and goes by the name of Dickie?
    Nooooooooooooooooooo

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    Quote Originally Posted by HermantheGerman View Post
    Nice view
    Yes, the lake is beautiful - with sulphur steaming


    That's what you meant, right?

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    Cool Things you are going to do after lockdown

    Here's my list, feel free to post yours.

    1 Turkish shave
    2 Give up DIY
    3 A bike ride in Scotland
    4 Go on holiday somewhere different
    5 Eat at an Indian restaurant
    6 Organise a works piss up
    7 Go to a Northern Soul Allnighter
    8 Give my mum a hug
    9 Buy a new car
    10 Attend a scooter rally

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    Take a ride in the car with little to no traffic. Then be able to get a nice lunch that I did not have to cook. Small things to start..

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    Koh Chang looks to be the best bet for an early release from this purgatory with Chonburi and Bangkok not loosening their girdle until June at the earliest.

    Returning to Blighty for our customary September visit may yet happen but I would still be a bit chary of long haul air travel.

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    One would hope/think this will be over by then if the Brits handle the situation with even a tiny bit of professionalism and competence

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    Nah, I'm not Za.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang View Post
    Here's my list, feel free to post yours.

    1 Turkish shave

    Is this a different way of shaving? I have heard of Turkish baths, but never a Turkish shave.
    Giving up DIY... but, why. lol

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    For me:

    I will eat at my favorite Greek restaurant.
    Take a long trip to Thailand to spend a month at my favorite Muay Thai camp.
    See my best friend who lives an hour away and do a long bike ride on the best trails ever.
    Spend time at my gym which has been closed for over a month.
    Attend two interviews that have been put on hold since the schools closed.

    Great thread, PH.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarilynMonroe View Post
    Is this a different way of shaving? I have heard of Turkish baths, but never a Turkish shave.
    Yea, sounds just a bit suss . . . Chitty, is this where you and some excessively hairy Turkish barber get undressed down to a loin cloth in a steam room and then shave each other?

    Quote Originally Posted by MarilynMonroe View Post
    I will eat at my favorite Greek restaurant.
    Ours would be a Mediterranean owned and ru by a Turk . . . (not the primer of the 'Turkish Shave' phantasy of Chitty, above )

    Quote Originally Posted by MarilynMonroe View Post
    Take a long trip to Thailand to spend a month at my favorite Muay Thai camp.
    Yea, the travelling bit might have to wait a while, I think. Countries will be loathe to open up and let millions of people in again. Though the tourism sector here in NZ has taken a massive blow, like everywhere else, there will be a huge upturn in domestic holidays soon

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    Quote Originally Posted by panama hat View Post
    Battery or solar powered?Oops, sorryNooooooooooooooooooo
    Stuck on batteries now. Meeting the real one after the lockdown.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GracelessFawn View Post
    Meeting the real one after the lockdown.
    Are you saying your luck has changed Grace?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loy Toy View Post
    Are you saying your luck has changed Grace?
    555I have to admit my luck might have changed a little. Sucking something else nowadays - the other thumb.

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    more of a "post covid" than a "spoil yourself" question, but...

    if a vaccine becomes available at some point this year, how long will you wait before taking it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by raycarey View Post
    more of a "post covid" than a "spoil yourself" question, but...

    if a vaccine becomes available at some point this year, how long will you wait before taking it?
    Sorry Ray, there is no cure for brash arrogance and stupidity. You are doomed along with buttplug.

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    Playing football was allowed from Monday so had a kickaround. It was glorious.

    Can't walk today though..

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    Quote Originally Posted by raycarey View Post
    if a vaccine becomes available at some point this year, how long will you wait before taking it?
    Probably take a 'wait-and-see' attitude to its side-effects in the people that do take it . . . which in NZ isn't really necessary as the number of cases are 1. Yup - one active case.

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    ^Yeah, wait and see for me too, but my current employer may make it mandatory when a vaccine becomes available.

    As for post lockdown, I'm heading to my local buffet first then a trip to LOS.

    Although, honestly, Thailand might open up before casino buffets at this rate.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Agent_Smith View Post
    Although, honestly, Thailand might open up before casino buffets at this rate.....
    There is of course no flights to get here prob but when that ends most of Thailand is, let us say, a bit lax re virus rules stuff so little change.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norton View Post
    most of Thailand is, let us say, a bit lax re virus rules stuff so little change.
    Yes. It hasn't been too much of a hardship at all in Thailand. I'd hate to have had to sit it out in the UK or Europe with all their Covid restrictions.

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    ^Yep, fukc that. Koh Chang it is, next week for 5 days. Taking my bucket 'n spade, knotted hankie, and large coffee cup for surreptitious beer-drinking.

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