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    It rained heavily for 10 hours straight, I got drenched going home and the Co-op was flooded.....Welcome to July...Youre welcome to it. Its still raining.

    Two days of sunshine for this is a piss poor trade off

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pigmy Pony View Post
    Temp today low 20s, and that is just right for me. Shame it's been pissistantly raining all day.

    Thursday was torture, I was out in it all day, and though I drank gallons of water, I didn't pee all day. Which can't be good. Customer was looking sideways at me a bit, as I never asked to use the loo. He was very clear about where the toilet was and that I should just go without asking, he left the door unlocked for us. I think he suspected we were just using a corner of the garden.
    yes your body absorbs as much water as possible so you do`t pee so much. also your poo gets harder as needs water to keep it moist . thats why you need lots of water to reduce constipation and keep dehydrated
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    Another wet day
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    Bit grey here in Leigh-on-Sea, just had to shelter in a pub from the rain

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roy S View Post


    Bit grey here in Leigh-on-Sea, just had to shelter in a pub from the rain
    Roy , I nearly went out for a run in my boat , Batteries flat I would have motored past where you were standing
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    Quote Originally Posted by Audio Al View Post
    Roy , I nearly went out for a run in my boat , Batteries flat I would have motored past where you were standing
    That was taken from the window of one of the cottages that’s been set up as a museum showing how they lived in the good old days (6 to a bed & no indoor plumbing).


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    Quote Originally Posted by Roy S View Post
    That was taken from the window of one of the cottages that’s been set up as a museum showing how they lived in the good old days (6 to a bed & no indoor plumbing).

    Don't know about "good old days" - must have been beating off moths the size of horses looking at that carpet!
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