Have a nice time, but come back this time!
Have a nice time (if it is a nice time you are going away for) Although round these parts if someone is 'going away' or is described as 'away' it normally means they are guests of Her Majesty and I don't mean a weekend at SandringhamSee you soon
What Mark W said
Piss orf and stay pissed orf.
Have you gone house-hunting in Ireland? I spies bargains.
summoned here by Mark W which leads me to ask ....What Power art thou,Who from below,Hast made me rise,Unwillingly and slow,From beds of everlasting snow!
Or to India to watch the Ireland cricket team?
Get back soon.P.s how about a very nice photo of you? I'm sure you don't look like your profile photo?
But you've missed the first day to have felt like Spring.
Best quotation seen in your absence:"There's an almost delusional quality to our expectations of retirement. Somehow, we think we're supposed to set aside 5% of our after-tax income, and have enough to live comfortably for twenty to thirty years without working.Of course, thanks to the baby boom, that delusion was true, for a while. The giant population bulge supported all the generations [before] them by buying their houses and stocks, and paying the taxes, dividends, and interest payments that supported their elders in a comfortable retirement. The problem is that we now think that this is something like a natural law, rather than a very temporary aberration."
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