Hot weather forecast for the week ahead

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  1. Stompsy

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    Still an awful way to go.... :(
     
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    Well i was told it was hot yesterday , so to compensate that i drank a box of beer! and this morning at 5am i had a slight banging noise in my head, not sure if that last beer was off or not..

    oh well good for the monitors to bake in the sun :)
     
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    I thought, given your pets that they'd be feeder stock. Heading home for a quiet port now. Only 34° here at the moment.
     
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    I can identify with this,I used to drive for Buttercup delivering bread,Some days I would start start work at 1.30 AM and other days I would start at 2-3-4 AM but would have to go to bed by about 8-830.Totally stuffed my marriage
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    the Germans always did like a drop
     
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    I'm truly sorry to hear that mate. I've had 3 close mates all go through marriage breakdown and separation since 2014. The 3 of them had been married for 7, 13 & 18 years so it was hard for all of them and myself to watch them go through it..

    I've been in my current job now for 15 years (and my hours don't vary as yours did) and the wife and I have been together for 11 so yeah during the week (Monday - Friday) we barely see anything of each other except at the dinner table each night. I'm at work every day 5 hours before she even wakes up and I'm in bed at night by 8 and she'll be up anywhere til 10pm-12am (school teacher.) But we make it work, we have allocated times for each other. My grandfather died at 82 on Christmas day 2016 (widowing my nan) and he and my nan were married for 65 years. My mum and dad have been married for 35 years now and my wife's parents for 30 so we come from good solid stock of non quitters. :)
     
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    Yeah I was married for 16 years,had 3 kids about 6 years apart which worked out good for her because she only had 1 baby at home at a time so that was good but I think the hours I worked stuffed it up,I changed jobs and took a pay cut of nearly 50% trying to save it but it didn't work out.maybe too little too late.
     
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    Ah sorry to hear that mate. Hope you coped/ are coping with it ok.
     
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    yeah all good mate,20 odd years later and I'm happily divorced,wouldn't have it any other way,
     
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