Footie, strikes and france

Discussion in 'France' started by snowdrops, Jun 22, 2016.

  1. snowdrops

    snowdrops Funster Life Member

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    Well, all that dithering. ..Shld we, shldn't we etc. All for nothing. Weather averaging 34 -38 degrees, no fuel issues, no food issues, no queues, no footie stuff. Has made a small difference to how busy the usual sites are as I suppose lots of peeps avoiding footie cities such as Nice, Marseille et al. Lovely french enthusiasm for us welsh which is quite cute :) Leaving the cote d'azure soon and heading for the haute alpes. Hope you're all good xx
     
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    Well done snowdrops!

    You didn't let the sensation seeking media ponces spoil your plans.

    Carry on having a superb time... (y)

    JJ :cool:
     
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    yodeli Funster Life Member

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    @snowdrops YEAH ..... while I'm having the Roms invading the stadium! Believe me , THAT is some problem. I've had them surrounding me for 3 days now.....Found out they had used my back garden as toilets,. Fantastic view at the early hours of the day. Makes you really happy. I'm in the best mood ever!(n)
     
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    OMG Princess... how awful for you...

    I do hope our traveller cousins have gone by the time I arrive and that they do not cause you any more trouble.

    JJ :cool:
     
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    Sympathies with the use of your garden, Frankie. Our place had been empty for a while and being right by a bus stop, the front garden was quite full of rubbish so the morning after we got the keys our friends came, he and I started the demolition we needed to do and the wives went out with bin bags to collect all the McDonalds wrappers etc etc.

    Sedge dived under a long established cotoneaster to retrieve whatever - and immediately choked on the ammonia fumes! Fortunately they were both wearing gloves for some of the other stuff ..... disgusting animals (by which I mean human ones)
     
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    snowdrops Funster Life Member

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    Oh yuck yuck yuck !!! :(
     
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