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So. Who else is truly beginning to feel they ought to start work on an Ark?

(11 Posts)
mytwopenceworth Fri 20-Jul-07 20:50:05

I think it better safe than sorry and shall be commencing work forthwith.

I am omitting wasps and moths.

ledodgy Fri 20-Jul-07 20:51:05

We're driving seven hours to Cornwall tommorrow the phrase 'Out of the frying pan into the fire' springs to mind.

mumofSlytherinsmonsters Fri 20-Jul-07 20:54:10

well i moved 2 wasps today from toddler grop entry so really i have sort of already saved them....

Took the boys to the zoo today and got SOAKED to the bone...driving was a 'mare and its not stopped all day long

mumofSlytherinsmonsters Fri 20-Jul-07 20:55:29

well i say driving but what i mean is being a passenger was awful...too rainy to see

Katymac Fri 20-Jul-07 21:02:56

How long is a cubitt? (or does it have one t?)

sep1712 Fri 20-Jul-07 21:18:57

At work (taxi company) trying to direct drivers to roads that arn't flooded. In the midlands we have had it awful!

Carnoodleusfudge Fri 20-Jul-07 21:20:49

Think a cubit has something to do with the length of elbow to arse..
















no sorry fingers

which obviously has a flaw...

smaller people will make smaller Arks...

LoonyLyraLovegood Fri 20-Jul-07 21:20:56

The street outside our house turned into a river. DP's got a canoe in the garden so we wouldn't need an Ark.

sep1712 Fri 20-Jul-07 21:30:27

my front garden looked like a pond when i left home!!

MrsBadger Fri 20-Jul-07 21:39:48

Cornwall is okay apparently

we are heading down the M4 to Wales

if we leave at 8am will we make it for the wedding at 2pm?

place your bets here...

JackieNo Fri 20-Jul-07 21:40:56

Doubtful. Good luck though.

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