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Tulip1 last won the day on February 9

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  1. Tulip1

    What Have You Learned Today?

    What a horrific way to die, so sad.
  2. Tulip1

    What Have You Learned Today?

    I hope not. Most of you are nice.
  3. Tulip1

    What Have You Learned Today?

    Hopefully that doesn’t mean men, most men are lovely. It probably means the sort of person that behaves badly, men and women in equal measures. Women can be just as controlling, often in different ways. How often do we hear of women using the children as their control against an ex partner, sadly too often.
  4. Tulip1

    What Have You Learned Today?

    Controlling partners will often try/threaten anything. Whilst many partners are devastated when a relationship breaks down, controlling ones will often threaten horrible things such as your example of killing the dog in a vain attempt to get their partner back. A solicitor once told me that if they had a pound for every time she’d heard about such threats they’d be very rich. Whilst horrible things do happen, in almost all cases it’s just threats and very few are actually carried out. Even controlling people rarely have it in them to kill. Your friend needs to stay strong, not cave in and hope he doesn’t carry it through. Very sad she’s lost the dog though.
  5. Tulip1

    National Multicultural Festival 2020

    Same here. They ask if you’d like salt and vinegar and I always say just a little but they pile it on. Lovely though, love fish and chips.
  6. Tulip1

    National Multicultural Festival 2020

    I do love a packet of crisps though, walkers cheese and onion are lovely.
  7. Tulip1

    Broke my heart

    This has made it to the UK. I’ve just seen a friend of mine has added it on Facebook.
  8. Tulip1

    National Multicultural Festival 2020

    I’m not keen on really salty things. I never cook with salt and don’t often add it on afterwards either. Some things I do like a sprinkle on like chips, roast potatoes, peas and eggs but that’s about it. Never salt anything else. It’s so bad for you too but I just think it spoils the taste.
  9. Tulip1

    Broke my heart

    He sure did need a massive cuddle. Hopefully the filming of it will help him now he’s had the offer of friends and other things.
  10. Tulip1

    Broke my heart

    Children can be so cruel and horrible. Most aren’t of course but the ones that like to bully are vile. My friends son was bullied at school over a long period and the things that happened to him were disgusting. Kids are far worse at being nasty to others than adults. It gave them pure pleasure to break down another kid and then keep going and going.
  11. Tulip1

    10 cent for an elastic band

    I reckon the staff were playing ‘I dare you’ when you last went in.
  12. Tulip1

    How is Megan doing so far?

    If you know the right people, visas are no obstacle.
  13. Tulip1

    National Multicultural Festival 2020

    It’s probably nice, I’d eat that. Would prefer a nice curry though.
  14. Unlikely. You would have to be under 25 and dependant. They have probably got another 3 years or nearly before they get the visa, certainly over 2 years so I’m sure you wouldn’t qualify. I’d be very surprised if the case officer was checking your file in less than 2 years time. If they are you may be in luck but with current queue times very unlikely
  15. Tulip1

    How is Boris Doing So Far?

    Oh thank you, that’s some bedtime reading you’ve sent me.
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