Baker Street

Who doesn't like great sax first thing in the morning?

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  1. Sherlock Holmes?

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  2. rog ~ mmmmm....Robert Downey Jr as Sherlock Holmes...mmmm... I'd volunteer to take his mind of it...

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  3. "Grmpf" - that's me in the damndarkmorning (copyright by savannah) ...

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  4. mago ~ that's what I like to see, a fellow unmorning person. I can't bear people who wake up sunny, cheerful and full of energy. I want to commit violence.

    Just think...if you ever came to stay...we could stand outside, have a crafty smoke, clutch the coffee and watch the garden in silence.

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  5. What a tranquil picture of nearly rural innocence. Seriously, it sounds good. But currently chances are not too good that I ever will be able to set my manly foot on Albion's shore.

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  6. mago ~ ah well. By the way, Norwich isn't exactly a rural ideal. It's the capital city of Norfolk county. Though, my garden is fairly tranquil...

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  7. I love mornings. So full of potential.

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  8. I wish I was the kindof person who got up ridiculously early in the morning, preheated the oven while showering, baked rolls and made pancakes from scratch and scrambled eggs and sat down eating it and having a cup of tea watching the news or Reading a magazine before walking calmly to the bus stop not being late. Smiling.

    Unfortunately I'm not that kind of person. I wake up late missing breakfast every morning, my morning falls apart if I so much as drop my tweezers on the floor and I'm out the door and reach the bus stop just as the bus is about to pull out of the stop thingy. Oh and I NEVER smile before 10am

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  9. dave ~ I know. Don't take this the wrong way, but I still think you're weird.

    cyberpete ~ I'm there with you. It doesn't matter what time I get up, I'm incoherent before the first smoke and cup of coffee. Nothing starts working in between my ears, much before 11.

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  10. What's new at the dress-front?

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  11. mago ~ I've been a bad, bad girl. I found a little black dress and then I went back and bought the dress I really wanted (it was in the sale). I'm starving myself as we speak. I need the shoes to go with...but again am debating comfort over sexy.

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  12. Maybe one of these unsymmetrical folded pencil things ... I could not resist and went to the KM-site.
    I hope you do not find this embarrassing.

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  13. Don't you dare go for comfort over sexy.

    That would be a crime.

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  14. mago ~ it's too early to be embarrased.

    cyberpete ~ right. That told me. Sexy, ankle breakers it is. I'll get Boy to take a pickie.

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  15. For this launch, its gotta be Sexy Roses!
    Imagine the words in one of those books...

    As she entered the room, every eye turned in her direction. So many people there, it wasn't anything you could immediately put your finger on, but whatever it was, she just simply had it, and she carried it like few women ever could.
    The sparkle in her eyes, the manner in which she carried herself, her smile, the way she dressed, the confident ease in how she walked..................

    Oh yes it must be those comfy shoes!!..........nah you cant do comfy shoes.. Go for sexy!

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  16. Good girl!

    In case you have trouble you'll just trip near a handsome man and he'll have to catch you and you can't walk because you've 'hurt' yourself and he must carry you home. To the bedroom. Massage your ankle and...

    My plan is good no?

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  17. b*e*g ~ alright already! I'll get the sexy ones. I promise! Though, I'll state now, I'm not doing this to pull (there's no-one there to pull). I'm doing this cause I so need to be fabulous.

    cyberpete ~ see above comment.

    Though obviously, if Robert Downey Jr turns up, all bets are off.

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  18. Or Christopher Eccleston...

    I don't blame you though. Personally I ended up fancying Jude Law more in Sherlock Holmes. It was a bit of a shock as I also kind of thought he was a bit of a whiney girlish wanker.

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  19. cyberpete ~ Definitely Christopher Eccleston. Jude Law, all yours. I agree he is a whiney, girly wanker. I dodn't fancy him. Unfortunately, my emotional radar is set to 'Emotionally unavailable'. So Robert Downey Jr, is my ideal man. Still trying to hit reboot.

    mago ~ morning honey!

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  20. Gutsy cow you are! Sorry about the delay in commenting (bad slip on ice, superb pratfall, alas three broken ribs...two weeks out of it...oh jeez the pain)... Roses whatever the outcome, in my books you're a winner!

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  21. cogidubnus ~ I was begining to worry. It seems I had reason to. I hope you're on the mend and are taking the painkillers and taking it easy.

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