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  1. Missing my Dad today. 6 years since I last saw him. Happy Fathers Day to all the Dads in the UK.
  2. I just watched The Sapphires. A bit late to the party but...what a beautiful film.
  3. HappyHeart

    UK - Australia Trade Deal 🇬🇧🇦🇺

    There’s not many nicer things to eat than hot buttered toast. Yum
  4. I think it's been misinterpreted. Maybe they should have clarified women actively trying to conceive. The advice changes, when I was pregnant it was 1-2 units a week was 'safe' I drank my mini bottle of wine each weekend with both They seem to have come through relatively unscathed.
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    UK - Australia Trade Deal 🇬🇧🇦🇺

    I LOVE marmalade but it needs to be paired with toast and butter and I only eat that in hotels as a treat
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    UK - Australia Trade Deal 🇬🇧🇦🇺

    I can’t get my head around twiglets, like pretzels covered in vegemite. I have to buy the Wispa’s when they’re on special though
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    UK - Australia Trade Deal 🇬🇧🇦🇺

    I don't modify it. It goes on all roast meats. Ocean spray cranberry sauce too....American?...oh and packet mix bread sauce. Haven't seen that in years.
  8. HappyHeart

    Post a random picture of your day

    This is us riding out earlier this year in Rosa Brook, Margaret River...fabulous stables at Jesters Flats
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    Post a random picture of your day

    No, but I used to ride frequently in my teens, we went to local stables and my best friend had a loan horse... rediscovered it in my 30s and hack out whenever I get chance (Not often) My new years resolution every year is lessons. My son likes riding too. Pretty comfortable in the saddle. My older daughter not so much. I find it the ultimate relaxation. Just blissful to be on horseback in the bush.
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    UK - Australia Trade Deal 🇬🇧🇦🇺

    They’re like snack detectors. I have to hide things. Far prefer to eat all the snacks in the house than make a sandwich.... my son is strange in that he doesn’t like chocolate (weirdo?!) but eats all the crackers, cake, biscuits, noodles (dry) he can find.....
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    UK - Australia Trade Deal 🇬🇧🇦🇺

    Tbh I don't eat them either. I like shortbread though. Prefer my own homemade ones. My son is obsessed. Always has been. I buy a pack and they're literally gone in a day , Digestives are the fave. From UK.
  12. HappyHeart

    Post a random picture of your day

    I was looking for some pics of me with my Dad for a Father's Day thing but I couldn't find the one I was after. Found some of a Spanish holiday to Lloret in 1978 though....made me all nostalgic.
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    UK - Australia Trade Deal 🇬🇧🇦🇺

    We get Penguins, nobody buys them though, always on offer. Tim Tams are better
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    UK - Australia Trade Deal 🇬🇧🇦🇺

    What a pair of useless twits
  15. @ramot How coincidental, it's in the news! We are so relevant on PIO..... https://www.abc.net.au/news/2021-06-16/senate-to-investigate-fake-meat-labelling-laws/100219140?utm_medium=soci
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    Ping Pongers

    Not strictly true of Perth. The cheaper suburbs are usually consider 'rougher'. Not as polished and shiny. Often older suburbs. An element of 'undesirables.' Certainly not soulless, full of life in fact! Don't be fooled, some of the mid price so called better suburbs have huge problems potential with wayward youth. The suburbs I think of as soulless are the new far flung beachside burbs. Eglington, Alkimos, Jindalee etc. They appeal to young first time buyers and dare I say new poms to the country? There's little infrastructure, concrete jungle, not enough greenery....but you are near a beach in a big new 4 x 2. Wouldn't suit us.
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    Ping Pongers

    I think Parmelia is one of the cheapest suburbs in Perth. I expect the ambiance is reflective of that. However I could be way off...We are in the Northern suburbs. There are people on here who live south though.
  18. Keep moving it whem you can. Gentle range of movement exercises. Will.you see a physio? It'll help. Hope you get some relief from the injections.
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    Ping Pongers

    Do you like things to do nearby, bars, restaurants etc, history, culture? Country feel? Fremantle or Leederville might suit you for a city vibe. More culture in Freo. Both on the train line. You’d be paying closer to 1000k to live there though. Houses for 700k up in Leederville. Guildford is lovely. 20 mins from city. On the train line. Hills region. Historic early settlement town. 700k plus for a 3 bed though.
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    Ping Pongers

    I don’t know Leeming well but there’s another PIO member who does. I’d call Leeming a ‘typical’ pleasant older suburb though. A very different feel in other areas, dependent on your needs.
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    Ping Pongers

    Where did you stay when you came?
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