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A Poll for the male members
« on: February 14, 2019, 09:01:46 AM »
Will any of you tough male members own to to being soppy.
Valentines Day is here -
Are you the Flowers or chocies man for your partner. Treat them to a  romantic meal out?

Or - do you think it's all rubbish ????

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Re: A Poll for the male members
« Reply #1 on: February 14, 2019, 11:36:55 AM »
Will any of you tough male members own to to being soppy.
Valentines Day is here -
Are you the Flowers or chocies man for your partner. Treat them to a  romantic meal out?

Or - do you think it's all rubbish ????

Sadly O.C. it just such times as this that we DON'T go out for a meal. After being married for over 45 years romance doesn't enter into it, I don't mind going for a meal on our birthdays as the "special" day is ours alone but when the whole country is celebrating everywhere is booked up. The best time to go out for a meal is the day after such an event as valentines as the places would be literally empty and more relaxed........valentines etc is just a money making scheme anyway, if you want romance in your life and you want to show your loving side to your partner you don't have to wait for just one day a year.   
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Re: A Poll for the male members
« Reply #2 on: February 14, 2019, 04:59:37 PM »
Been to the Victoria Centre for a spot of retail therapy.  Job's a good'n  (y)
Stopped off at Newstead Abbey for a stroll round the gardens. Beautiful  :)
Up to the Fox And Crown at Sutton In Ashfield for fish chips and mushy peas. 2 meals for a tenner. Bargain  ;)
Me, soppy  8)
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