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love a fireman normally but not at this time of the night :(

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sunshinelifeisgood Thu 04-Aug-11 00:43:07

ok, I live in a block of flats, and there is a leak somewhere. That is fine but turn the fecking engine of so I can get some sleep and deal with my day morro OMG i am stressed cant do much more smile

DrPolidori Thu 04-Aug-11 00:45:13

Oh, I feel for you. really. But hey! go down and cause a fuss! at least you get to flirt interact with the firemen.

Give 'em hell!

sunshinelifeisgood Thu 04-Aug-11 00:49:32

Hey Dr, had a bath no make up I just want to shout "turn the fecking engine off do you know what time it is " smile I am so fecking tired and want to go to sleep, which by the way I was until a hour ago sad

darksideofthemooncup Thu 04-Aug-11 00:51:30

ooh I would be down there like a flash! but I am a nosy mare neighborhood watch type person. You must have some marabou trimmed slippers and matching negligee that you can throw on so that you can offer them a cup of tea? (I am clearly living in a seventies sit-com grin)

Kallista Thu 04-Aug-11 00:54:09

They won't all be looking for the leak. So go & offer them a cuppa & biscuits. They are mainly lads so they will be grateful. Don't forget to brush your hair & don't be wearing winnie the pooh PJs. Maybe they will fit you a new free smoke alarm because yours has been bleeping for days & you 'just don't know what to do.' ;)

Kallista Thu 04-Aug-11 00:55:53

Or just put ear plugs in.

sunshinelifeisgood Thu 04-Aug-11 01:02:29

darkside: No nothing that would interest them lol. Am fecking shattered after dealing with alz dad all day (that is another post smile )
Kall: thanks for that wisdom

any other negative posts , be aware that I am very very stressed smile

I will however be back to normal morro smile

DrPolidori Thu 04-Aug-11 01:02:33

I bet you are gorgeous just as you are! Nothing sexier than a freshly scrubbed girl all riled up and and that!

<<oh well, that is my fantasy, anyway!>>

Although did have a marvellous firemen moment or two several years back, pre dc in shared house, when I went out to snoop check on a neighbour whose house had caught fire, found myself locked out and had to fling myself on their mercy to break back into mine!

<<swoony moment remembering it all>>

sunshinelifeisgood Thu 04-Aug-11 01:04:53

hey I do love a helmet (although it was a few years ago) and that it surely another story smile ouch smile

TheFrogs Thu 04-Aug-11 01:12:52

A fireman asked me to hold his snickers bar once...said it was melting in his pocket.....<drifts off>........

izzywhizzyletsgetbusy Thu 04-Aug-11 01:32:42

envy I've got a pair of high-heeled marabou trimmed mules and a negligee I can slip out of into and I'd make a fireman very welcome at this time of night.

<<throws prawns to top of cedar tree - coaxes cat to 'fetch'>>

TheFrogs Thu 04-Aug-11 01:40:00

Oh dont even joke about it izzy, that's exactly what the firemen were trying to do re my snickers post...get my cat down from the tree. (I didn't call them I hasten to add). It was all very blush. "i'll need you to hold this while I go up" etc...oh the shame.

izzywhizzyletsgetbusy Thu 04-Aug-11 01:50:06

That doesn't sound shameful at all, Frogs. Au contraire it sounds a most entertaining diversion of the kind I am sorely in need of.

<<hoists cat up tree>>

DrPolidori Thu 04-Aug-11 01:56:48

There is never any shame involved in firemen attendance...

I did have another one when i was locked out of a shared house for hour (keys are not my forte) when just as one hunky chap was wriggling through a top window, who should appear but a housemate, who I tried to shoo away...being boy, he did not get my point....

DrPolidori Thu 04-Aug-11 01:58:10

I had to pay for that one. £60 it was then.

TheFrogs Thu 04-Aug-11 01:59:28

He was very muscular if you're into that kind of thing...and tanned (though it could have been spray on I guess). Darn, have images of the lovely Jim Clancy now <sigh>.

vigglewiggle Thu 04-Aug-11 02:19:26

A few years ago I was given the task of interviewing a whole shift of firefighters. I arrived drooling with anticipation with a professional sense of duty and a whiff of nostalgia for the days of London's Burning....

After the 8th middle aged, pot-bellied, balding man had pottered into the interview room I rather lost my enthusiasm!

wonkylegs Thu 04-Aug-11 02:31:13

I dated slept with a fireman once he really looked the part, tousled dark hair, just the right amount of muscles/ tan/chiseled jaw... Unfortunately that was is and the perfection stopped at the aesthetic side of things.... Personality side of things he was a complete idiot blush
Oh well chalk it down to experience grin

snippywoo2 Thu 04-Aug-11 02:45:51

OK, I live in a block of flats, and there is a leak somewhere. That is fine but turn the fecking engine off so I can get some sleep and deal with my day tomorrow OMG i am stressed cant do much more

must be a diesel engine they really piss me off. years ago my next door neighbour had them round her letter box was set on fire turns out she did it herself but they spent an hour there. After they left the police turned up left their diesel engine running for another hour I went round the neighbours and said for god sake turn your engine off its driving us up the wall vibrating through the house they claimed they couldn't because they were on a call. I assume all fuel costs are charged to tax payers so they screw us both ways

TheFrogs Thu 04-Aug-11 02:59:47

<takes off lighthearted jacket and puts on heavy ass coat>

yes. I agree.

nope, bugger it, too hot.

back to Jim Clancy grin

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