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Des wrote:Whenever I get the urge to do some exercise I have a lie down until it passes.
judith wrote:Des wrote:Whenever I get the urge to do some exercise I have a lie down until it passes.
Sorry, Des, but this just wasn't funny this morning because what Charlie is talking about comes from a place where exercising is not a choice but a necessity - and a taxing one at that - just to maintain some mobility or to not worsen.
Charlie wrote:We don't do much lifestyle reports in this forum, and probably for good reasons.
judith wrote: As to whether Charlie does or does not know your intent was not the point. Charlie can take care of himself and how would I have known whether or not he thought the banter hilarious? Hey, I was looking forward to a first-hand conversation on an engaging subject and then ba da bing ba da boom, the thread is dead.
I owned a car when living in NZ and the US as both have atrocious public transport but have never felt the need to own one in London.
garth cartwright wrote:The links you and Alannah posted don't lead to what you have described.
garth cartwright wrote: Considering you work from home and have no small children to rush around I'm interested in why you feel the need to own one? Is it habit or status symbol or somehow essential? .
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