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Another Devon meet up?

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PhoenixFirefly Thu 28-May-09 00:14:23

title says it all really, anyone up for it? perhaps without children this time, though whatever works best for the majority is fine by me.

Loopymumsy Thu 28-May-09 21:37:01

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DorisIsAPinkDragon Thu 28-May-09 22:14:13

Hi phoenix - think I might be a bit tied up for a few months (due dc3 on tues) but I hope you all have a great time!!!!

MogsBadThing Thu 28-May-09 22:20:11

New to thread but whereabouts in Devon?

Good luck for Tuesday Doris!

19fran76 Sun 31-May-09 19:52:57

Yes please. They're a bit sluggish on my generous offer to get acquainted here in Plymouth grin Dunno why hmm

littlelamb Sun 31-May-09 19:53:54

Ooo yes
And best make it quick before DB buggers off to another country. I hear she's rather fond of the wine and I bet she's a goer winkgrin

DorisIsAPinkDragon Sun 31-May-09 20:26:28

19Fran76 There are quite a few of us Plymouth based, but we gatecrashed the exeter meet up last time grin

(think we're just too lazy to organise our own!!)

pavlovthecat Sun 31-May-09 20:30:38

I am up for it, definitely without child for me this time, given that DD has stepped up a gear and I would like to actually talk to some people!

Fran - as doris said we became hangers on in Exeter! I am about to post on the Plym thread...I will try to come to the Hoe on tues PM as not working if you are meeting with Claire, and if I am not puking! CAT me and I will send you my mobile if you want.

doris - aw, bring your newborn!! grin

drowninginclutter Sun 31-May-09 20:34:11

Yes, definitely.

Can do with or without children, very tempted by wine grin

DorisIsAPinkDragon Sun 31-May-09 20:43:17

It's still not showing any sign of coming out soon angry <<<<hate pragnancy emoticon>>>

19fran76 Sun 31-May-09 20:50:30

Doris, I confess: I find Exeter most civilised & would happy gatecrash the city meet up grin

Pavlov, I was thinking about you earlier as looked at my lonely Plymouth thread & wondered about your pukiness. Are you feeling any slight improvement since nibbling a little medicinal trifle? hmm Would be delighted to meet you on Tuesday if you can do it. Please explain CAT on Plymouth thread. I am a dunce & do not wish polite Exeter society to know it blush grin

pavlovthecat Sun 31-May-09 20:59:56

fran I shall pop over and <whisper> it to you grin.

My pukiness has been up and down, like my food fnar fnar! almost hospitalised, but managed to get the medication first and hold some liquids down. Better since then, marginally. So when we meet, ignore the fact I look like i been hit with the ugly stick k? grin

19fran76 Sun 31-May-09 21:08:58

You poor cat, this sounds extreme sad Therefore, I pledge in advance to be overwhelmed by your stoicism in the face of adversity & care not one jot about fictitious ugly sticks grin

PhoenixFirefly Mon 01-Jun-09 21:26:18

so when is good for everyone then?

nevergoogledragonbutter Mon 01-Jun-09 21:43:11

I'd like a saturday night out in Exeter.grin
What about Saturday 27th June?

littlelamb Mon 01-Jun-09 21:45:21

Db that is a blinder of a date- It's dd's birthday party which means grandparents are here for free babysitting grin Hoochie knows all the dives classy places to drink

nevergoogledragonbutter Mon 01-Jun-09 21:47:15

Wow, a night out and it's not even christmas! shock

littlelamb Mon 01-Jun-09 21:50:09

I have got far too used to them over the last month. When dd was on her little jaunt up country I had many willing volunteers to babysit ds and many friends willing to take me out and corrupt entertain me. Now I am happy sat at home with my pipe and slippers.

nevergoogledragonbutter Mon 01-Jun-09 21:50:49

i never go out.

littlelamb Mon 01-Jun-09 21:53:21

then we will show you a good time db. As long as we finish the night with a Timepiece dirty burger I'm well up for it. Or we could actually start somewhere nice. Last time we had dinner at Nandos and we were already a leetle bit drunk before we left. Wagamamas also good, but more chance I will spill something down myself. I'm always the loser who has to ask for a fork. Even my 4 year old can use the chopsticks better than me envy

nevergoogledragonbutter Mon 01-Jun-09 22:01:51

All sounds good.

Loopymumsy Tue 02-Jun-09 08:35:12

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PhoenixFirefly Wed 03-Jun-09 22:27:01

dont worry ll, i cant use chopsticks either... i dont even try anymore for fear of embarassing myself

littlelamb Wed 03-Jun-09 22:35:02

I don't even know how she learned it. It certainly wasn't from me hmm She just picked them up and got on with it. SHe even tried to show me where I was going wrong. SHe is 4 shock I was rather shamefaced using my fork blush

diedandgonetodevon Wed 03-Jun-09 22:39:22

Definitely available for a night out! [reminisces about Timepiece's grubby burgers]

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