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    ****e on TV

    The misses is out so I got a go with the remote. Just flicking to what's on and saw a programme title that I thought couldn't be right, but I was wrong, it really is a programme about sewing.
    Whatever next?
    Think the dogs need another walk.

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    It could be a mutitude of some otherdrivel, dancing /singing/falling/cooking/having sex/on ice, how to make yourself 20yrs younger, f n invent a time machine go back in time ,stop drinking coke and eating f n burgers, oh and how to make bread, i think thats the reason i still watch cartoons it takes more work and time to make a cartoon than all that tripe put together
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    Regular Poster Neumo's Avatar
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    Yes, I watch less and less TV these days. The few times a month I have a scan it is just the same stuff I was looking at last year, for the most part. Too much to do out doors this time of year to be stuck indoors watching another screen for hours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 6.5/284matt View Post
    The misses is out so I got a go with the remote. Just flicking to what's on and saw a programme title that I thought couldn't be right, but I was wrong, it really is a programme about sewing.
    Whatever next?
    Think the dogs need another walk.
    Do people still sew things? .. i thought they binned the said item and bought a new one.
    Kids of today wouldn`t know which end of a needle to pass the thread through.
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    Regular Poster Neumo's Avatar
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    Do people still sew things?
    Sewing is the new Baking, apparently. Is on of those TV fashion things I have been told by those that know. Important to some no doubt.

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    I celebrate these programmes and long may they continue, without the X-factor, sewing/baking/whatever etc, I'd get to spend far less time out and about or in my shed of an evening so the wife can watch them in peace.

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    it keeps the general population sat at home, and not causing trouble,

    also they aint wandering about in the woods up to no good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobt View Post
    it keeps the general population sat at home, and not causing trouble,

    also they aint wandering about in the woods up to no good.
    This. ^

    And this...

    Quote Originally Posted by Neumo View Post
    Too much to do out doors this time of year to be stuck indoors watching another screen for hours.
    My better half is away this week visiting her parents. The result is a week of snack suppers, followed by a few hours out foxing, and a warming whisky nightcap when I get in.

    I shall be delighted when she gets back of course. But it's nice to swap the pleasures of home for the pleasures of the field now and again.
    "Docendo discimus" - Seneca the Younger (c. 4 BC – 65 AD)
    “Comodidad, tranquilidad y buena alimentacion” - A Spanish recipe for contentment that oddly omits hunting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by basil View Post
    Do people still sew things? .. i thought they binned the said item and bought a new one.
    Kids of today wouldn`t know which end of a needle to pass the thread through.
    Well the zip on my rifle slip is falling apart causing the stock to peep out at inopportune times, which I can't be having in public. And therefore, I am going to do some sewing very shortly. Although I'm not too sure how, because I don't think that the cordura-like cheapo fabric lends itself to being sewn without tearing. I think that after I've stitched it, I'm going to douse the lot in Superglue. Essentially, I'm condemning the base of the slip.

    I'll try and find something of higher quality at the Game Fair.

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    take it to a cobblers, they will stich it.

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