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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by bluemoon risin', 21 Apr 2017 at 12:53 PM.
Lol. Must be the dickslestica mate.
Have you tried working seven days a week and only sleeping 6hrs a night?
My back only gets sore when I try to lie in bed longer than 8hrs, and on the weekends when I'm sitting/lying around all day.
If your company can't afford to pay the O.T, tell them that you'll work for free.
Believe me, your back will thank you, plus, you'll save money by not having any time to spend it.
I went out with a dyslexic girl once.
She loved cooking my sock.
Been regularly working 7 days a week mate, long hours too including a lot of driving hours. I agree with you on 6-8 hours sleep, plenty for me.
I'm a self employed sub contractor on zero hours contract, so I work when I can as I get nowt when work dries up.
I'm having a well earned week off so my back will suffer no doubt. I'll miss. Chance of going to Wembley and Derby game as I'm going on holiday tomorrow. That said, I'd much rather be grafting mate.
Better than a dopey ex of mine who would boil wash my socks into kids size.
And she was a crap sock cooker too ; )
Just got back from a week of lying on a lounger, on a Mexican beach and my back is killing me.
No work (no money as I'm self employed as well) this week either due to the weather.
I'm going to go out in the back garden and turn the sod over in the rain in minute so that my back doesn't seize up.
Jesus mate, I'd get yourself seen by a doctor soon, you shouldn't have to graft your tripes out 24/7
just to get relief. If all this vigorous exercise is beneficial, then although I'm no quack, it sounds like the
problem might not be too bad, but leaving it may exacerbate the problem.
Given your high standards of women, it'll be a single mattress you're looking for.