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I'm going to buy a really good bottle of shampoo. Fed up of just using ends of old bottles. What are your plans?

kfe202
3 months ago
What do you think of this?
SilverSurfer
SilverSurfer3 months ago

Go see family

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kfe202
kfe202
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3 months ago

You're so right, Getsome! Definitely one for the top of the priorities list.

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SilverSurfer
SilverSurfer3 months ago

kfe202 Are you referring to the planned 21st June end of restrictions?

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kfe202
kfe202
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3 months ago

Getsome Yes I am. That date is like my birthday, Christmas and Easter all rolled into one. Here's hoping they stick to it and they do end restrictions!

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SilverSurfer
SilverSurfer3 months ago

kfe202 I think it will be for a lot of people. I do hope that they stick to it and release the restrictions. Hopefully another lockdown isn't coming as I could see an uprising coming.

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kfe202
kfe202
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3 months ago

Getsome You're so right. There's a limit to how much disappointment people will tolerate. Here's hoping that there's an end to restrictions in June as planned.

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ACR
ACR3 months ago

I'm looking forward to going to the cinema and restaurants again. There have been a lot of delayed film releases.

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kfe202
kfe202
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3 months ago

You're so right about delayed film releases. Which film are you most looking forward to seeing?

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ACR
ACR3 months ago

kfe202 the main one is Dune. I'm interested to see Denis Villeneuve's take on this sci-fi classic. Then the James Bond film No Time To Die, which was originally meant to be released in April 2020. Plus, I hope Wonder Woman 1984 gets a re-release, my area was in a local lockdown when it was released in December. These are the type of films I prefer to watch on a big screen for a first time viewing.

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kfe202
kfe202
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3 months ago

ACR Yes. Dune! You're so right. Do you think that a movie can do justice to such an amazing book, though?

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ACR
ACR3 months ago

kfe202 it will certainly difficult to capture everything, but the first book is being split into two films this time. I actually like the 1984 film, but it didn't come close to conveying just how skilled the Bene Gesserit really are.

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Mctash
Mctash3 months ago

Even when lockdown ends were still in pandemic ??? So not alot diffrent from now i guess

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davidstockport
davidstockport3 months ago

MctashMctash That is almost exactly what I was going to say. No mad dash to make any major changes. Too many people have slipped up when other lockdowns have been been ended.

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Mctash
Mctash3 months ago

davidstockport ey i ve never ever even meet or seen my niece she now 1y old but weve all missed out of time with loved 1s just gotta sit tight right i m not sure what will happen when this lock downs lifted but these replys aint filling me with much confidence ekkk hopefully as nation we will have learnt surely?

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Tk3
Tk33 months ago

Mctash this is true. My answer was literally nothing much is different. COVID is still here

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Mctash
Mctash3 months ago

Tk3 indeed it is tk raff round were i am we have them boreds co vid high in this area πŸ™„

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kfe202
kfe202
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3 months ago

You're right, I think. It might take a while to get all the way back to normal. But we should be able to get some freedoms back??

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kfe202
kfe202
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3 months ago

davidstockport You're so sensible. Maybe it would be better to hold back and go slow for a while before any big changes.

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Glitterandgold
Glitterandgold3 months ago

We are hoping that come August it will be safe enough to have a big family barbecue to make up for all the missed birthdays, Christmas, celebrations we have missed being together.

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Mctash
Mctash3 months ago

Glitter whenever its safe hope you enjoy it hun

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Glitterandgold
Glitterandgold3 months ago

Mctash Thanks! Here's hoping it'll be safe enough by then for us all.

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Tk3
Tk33 months ago

Glitterandgold let’s hope so. That will be truly something. I cannot wait to see my family

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kfe202
kfe202
Original Poster
3 months ago

Sounds good. What a lovely idea! Fingers crossed you get your barbecue.

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Imnotcheap
Imnotcheap3 months ago

I'm just going to keep my head down till pandemic ends. We could all do with a hair cut

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Mctash
Mctash3 months ago

Okay do you want me t notify you when its safe i ve had text bout my jab just waiting till im better till i book

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Mctash
Mctash3 months ago

Omg imacheap other half made bird table/ house thing for me mams birthday all sudden hes an expert and im a wally i let him cut my fridge tbh he dint do bad job 🀣

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Imnotcheap
Imnotcheap3 months ago

I did my fellas hair he was going to shave it so if I made a mess wouldn't matter Mctash

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Mctash
Mctash3 months ago

Imnotcheap yeah but i wasnny gonna shave mine pmsl did you do good job though?

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Imnotcheap
Imnotcheap3 months ago

Not bad wouldn't even try with my kids though except to keep out of their eyes Mctash

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kfe202
kfe202
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3 months ago

You're so right! Could definitely do with a haircut. I feel like a human scarecrow.

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Imnotcheap
Imnotcheap3 months ago

My sons hair has got so long I have to put it in a pony to get him in bath/shower kfe202

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G0501
G05013 months ago

We'll still stay at home I reckon, like we did between previous lockdowns.

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hrdaniels1980
hrdaniels19803 months ago

I’m going to do exactly what I did before the pandemic and stay home as I have severe anxiety πŸ˜₯

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Mctash
Mctash3 months ago

Oh no hrdaniels i have anxiety to it can be so bad but you now theres alot people that may be able to help in chat maybe open chat topic you d see what i mean so many people suffer you not on your own

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davidstockport
davidstockport3 months ago

hrdaniels1980That sounds like agoraphobia, I suspect there'll be a lot of people, who didn't have it before, who have been given the chance to develop it.

I assumed you had anxiety or panic attacks if and when you went out before. Mctash (unfortunately it's the kind of complaint that because it can't be seen, those who don't understand think can be cured if you "pull yourself together") no two cases are exactly the same, and what works for one person might not work for another.

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Mctash
Mctash3 months ago

davidstockport yeah i understand cos not seen that common bit speech pull ya self together thats what my docter tryed to say to me was like 🀬 but gotta be worth shot some times talking if only little can help some1 right

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angelik
angelik3 months ago

I'm just going to carry on as I am now. There are things I'd like to do, people I'd like to see, but I'd rather wait until this is over.

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pato
pato3 months ago

I'm going to take my family out to a nice restaurant and spoil them as I've really missed getting out with them.

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NatalyKroxa
NatalyKroxa3 months ago

Bbq with family and friends. Lots of food and gin. Missing that time,so cant wait to see them

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beccatavender
beccatavender3 months ago

I'm looking forward to having plans for the weekend, meeting friends, lunch out, cocktails,

going to the theatre, seeing live music, going to the seaside, the list is endless

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kfe202
kfe202
Original Poster
3 months ago

Which of those things are you most excited about doing?

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beccatavender
beccatavender3 months ago

I think meeting friends who I haven't seen since December 2019, as we live some distance from each other,we normally make a day of it. Have lunch in York, see a matinee theatre performance and then have cocktails before I catch a train home kfe202

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kfe202
kfe202
Original Poster
3 months ago

beccatavender You're so right. That sounds like an amazing day out. Here's hoping they do actually end restrictions so that you can do everything you have planned.

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davidstockport
davidstockport3 months ago

I'm waiting for somebody to say they're going to a good divorce lawyer. It must for many have caused problems,πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€

(usually January just after the "festive season" is the busiest time for divorce lawyers, I shudder to think how busy they're going to be after over a year of "togetherness"πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€ ).

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kfe202
kfe202
Original Poster
3 months ago

You're so right. Maybe now would be a good time to get qualified in divorce law ...

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RachHC
RachHC3 months ago

Seeing my family 🀞🏼πŸ₯Ί we are such a close family and zoom calls just aren’t the same

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kfe202
kfe202
Original Poster
3 months ago

You're so right! Zoom gets very boring very quickly. Roll on the day when we can have face-to-face conversations again!

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Lynibis
Lynibis3 months ago

Travel to see my sister. We have both had first jab and both live alone so once I have the go ahead to travel further than local I will be off, I miss her very much.

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Stevo1283
Stevo12833 months ago

If its when lockdown ends ( march 8th ) i really dont know just because i dont think we can do anything then, something i am looking forward to though is when we can play sports with other people outside our household. I would just love to have a football match ( without breaking my ankle ) with my mates. Other than i would love to go to a football match or go to the cinema.

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kfe202
kfe202
Original Poster
3 months ago

Good for you. Sounds good. Here's hoping you get your football match.

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