My missus retired today

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  1. oakiecokie

    oakiecokie

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    Its Guinness time any day of the week.
    After working for 50 years and raising the three kids,its now time for my dear one to finally put her feet up,bless her.
    Its something we`ve both been looking forward to for a few years and with having no ties we can now finally do what we want,when we want,without having to worry about when she could take her holidays.
    Over the next few months we`ve already got some dates booked for shows and holidays.
    July 19th Wedding Anniversary (44 years lads and lasses) 3 nights in Windermere and on the 30th a trip to the Lowry and a night over to see Early Doors.
    September,Annie Lennox in Glasgow 3 nights
    November,Jools Holland in Bath 2 nights.
    January two weeks in The Dominican and followed by three days in Cardiff,in March to watch Jamie Cullum
    Am I giving her too many treats ?
     
  2. Paladin

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    Well done Mrs Oakie! And credit to you Oakie, for making sure she has carried on bringing home the dosh while you've been taking it easy at home, spending all your waking hours playing golf and on Bluemoon.

    But seriously, I hope you both enjoy many years of happy retirement. You both deserve it.
     
  3. Barcon

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    Did you already book the Dominican?
     
  4. Mazzarelli's Swiss Cheese

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    Poor bugger. I hope I'm dead before mine retires. It's the only peace I get when she's at work.
     
  5. Machiavelli

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  6. oakiecokie

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    Yes mate,some 3 months ago.
     
  7. oakiecokie

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    GOLF !!!
    I`d sooner poke myself in the eye with a rusty knitting needle than play that awful shit game.
    However Blue Moon is a a different story Paladin. ;)
     
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  8. KnaresboroughBlue

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    Treats? Seems more like torture to me.
     
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  9. oakiecokie

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    Oi !!
    Behave ... we are both OAP`s.
     
  10. hammocity

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    Yep, when they get to that age as much golf as possible with the lads and no nights away with the old bird makes sense. Mines 62 shortly, a couple of years older than me, I pack her off to Tenerife with her friends twice a year, love it. Absence makes the heart beat slower! Wouldn’t swap her for anyone else though, (apart from Victoria Coren).
     

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