Ben's Buddies

squiggle posted:

Good morning everyone, we just had another huge hail storm pass through but the sky is clear and blue now.  Still very cold though, this Winter seems extremely long to me.  Yogi has the right idea a day for hot chocolate and snuggles.

 

Enjoy your day everyone 

squiggle - went to my second choir tonight and we were all saying how long the winter feels 

Yogi19 posted:
El Loro posted:

Moonie, that's good of you to send Yogi a snow plough

 

Yogi walked by the lough (means loch) with the plough, finding it tough as she went through the snow doing a thorough job though had a cough and later a hiccough.

An unusual sentence showing 8 different ways of pronouncing words ending in ough.

 

 Love it, El 

 

Thanks for the snowplough, Moonie. We had some sleet this afternoon and some of the snow has melted.

Most welcome Yogi 

Hold the Sunset starts on Sunday on BBC1 at 19.30 before Call the Midwife. 6 part sitcom.

 

Edith's dreams of retirement to the sun with her long-term suitor Phil are shattered when her 50-year-old son Roger arrives home, seeking to recapture the happiness of his boyhood.

 

Considering that Edith is played by Alison Steadman and Phil by John Cleese this looks promising. It's also got Peter Egan in.

El Loro posted:

Hold the Sunset starts on Sunday on BBC1 at 19.30 before Call the Midwife. 6 part sitcom.

 

Edith's dreams of retirement to the sun with her long-term suitor Phil are shattered when her 50-year-old son Roger arrives home, seeking to recapture the happiness of his boyhood.

 

Considering that Edith is played by Alison Steadman and Phil by John Cleese this looks promising. It's also got Peter Egan in.

I’m not overly keen on John Cleese but I do like Alison Steadman and Peter Egan so I’m going to give it a go 

~Sweet Pancakes~ posted:

Oh my goodness! I feel like violet in Charlie & the chocolate factory after she balloons up like a giant blueberry!!!! Pancake day has been so much fun, I’ve cooked for 2 different parties and done one dressed as a Disney princess! 

 

I hope you've all had a fab day  

 Sounds like a lot of fun, Summer

 

Goodnight and sweet dreams, Summer and Ros

Good afternoon Buddies  

We have had the kitchen sink today. By that I mean, it’s been windy, cold, snow, sleet and now rain 

I actually managed to find a dry bit to bank though 

 

I am back in the warm now and plan to stay indoors 

Have a good day but stay warm and cosy  

Moonie posted:

Good afternoon Buddies  

We have had the kitchen sink today. By that I mean, it’s been windy, cold, snow, sleet and now rain 

I actually managed to find a dry bit to bank though 

 

I am back in the warm now and plan to stay indoors 

Have a good day but stay warm and cosy  

I’m glad you managed to do your banking during a dry spell

We’ve had snow, followed by sleet. I haven’t ventured out so I’m warm and cosy.

Yogi19 posted:
Moonie posted:

Good afternoon Buddies  

We have had the kitchen sink today. By that I mean, it’s been windy, cold, snow, sleet and now rain 

I actually managed to find a dry bit to bank though 

 

I am back in the warm now and plan to stay indoors 

Have a good day but stay warm and cosy  

I’m glad you managed to do your banking during a dry spell

We’ve had snow, followed by sleet. I haven’t ventured out so I’m warm and cosy.

That’s good news Yogi 

It did everything before I went out and since I have been back, so very lucky 

Moonie, that was good timing on your part

Moonie posted:
El Loro posted:

(x - y) times ((x+y) equals x² - y². If x = 80 and y = 2 then x-y=78 and x+y=82 so 78 x 82 = 80² - 2² = 6400 - 4 = 6396.

I knew that El 

*crosses fingers behind back* 

And if you think about it, it means that the difference between the squares of two whole numbers cannot be a prime number.

 

Yogi, I won't ask you to differentiate with respect to you

El Loro posted:

Moonie, that was good timing on your part

Moonie posted:
El Loro posted:

(x - y) times ((x+y) equals x² - y². If x = 80 and y = 2 then x-y=78 and x+y=82 so 78 x 82 = 80² - 2² = 6400 - 4 = 6396.

I knew that El 

*crosses fingers behind back* 

And if you think about it, it means that the difference between the squares of two whole numbers cannot be a prime number.

 

Yogi, I won't ask you to differentiate with respect to you

 Thank you for understanding my limitations 

Moonie posted:
Yogi19 posted:
Moonie posted:

Good afternoon Buddies  

We have had the kitchen sink today. By that I mean, it’s been windy, cold, snow, sleet and now rain 

I actually managed to find a dry bit to bank though 

 

I am back in the warm now and plan to stay indoors 

Have a good day but stay warm and cosy  

I’m glad you managed to do your banking during a dry spell

We’ve had snow, followed by sleet. I haven’t ventured out so I’m warm and cosy.

That’s good news Yogi 

It did everything before I went out and since I have been back, so very lucky 

Good morning everyone

 

Sunny and less cold here. Temperatures closer to normal for the next few days but in the latter part of next week for the following couple of weeks there's a possibility of the temperature crashing down to being really cold.

 

I hope everyone has a good day

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